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VIII. What is a “Feeder” MOS?

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  • VIII. What is a “Feeder” MOS?

    MOS means Military Occupational Specialty and is just the Army’s way of saying “Job Title”. There are around 200 Enlisted MOS’s offered by the Army National Guard. Those 200 MOS’s range from combat to non-combat, technical, and support type roles. Since the entire point of the Warrant Officer program is to produce technical, subject matter experts, in very specific fields with a narrow focus, there are only a select number of these MOS’s that are considered to qualify as “on the job experience”. Most of the time you will be required to have performed that specific job function, as an enlisted soldier, for a minimum of 4 years, and to have attained the rank of Sergeant before you will even be considered as a “subject matter expert” and therefore eligible for ascension into the Warrant Officer ranks.