As you know, troops in the US Military need a lot of help. If you want to be the person supplying them with everything they need, you should strongly consider a logistics support job. This is one of the most rewarding National Guard careers.
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As you get started with the National Guard you will go through 10 weeks of Basic Training ? just like everybody else. From there, you are asked to complete anywhere from 6 to 46 weeks of Advanced Individual Training. Just how much training you go through depends on the specialty you choose.
Speaking of specialties, there are many National Guard jobs to consider: ammunition specialist, ammunition stock control, automated logistical specialist, food service operation specialist, parachute rigger, water treatment specialist, and unit supply specialist.
Can any of these jobs help me in the civilian world once I leave the National Guard? Most definitely. The skills you learn in the National Guard are meant to help you achieve success now and in the future.
The National Guard relies heavily on those who work in the logistics support field. What are you waiting for? One of the positions above is sure to suit your career ambitions. Once you learn more you will be well on your way to joining the National Guard and servicing your country!