Interpreter jobs in the National Guard are hot. The Guard is in need of people who can work in this capacity with a high level of accuracy. Is this something that interests you?
Just like all new members of the National Guard you will go through 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training. From there, you move onto advanced training. The length of this training depends on many factors, including how well you know the language. You will learn everything you need to know to assist with medical support, checkpoint operations, contract negotiations, and much more.
This is one area in which the National Guard is always looking for new members. If you have what it takes you can greatly help your country by becoming an interpreter.