Master the ASVAB--Appendix A: Military Enlisted Occupations and Civilian Counterparts

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Peterson's, Jun 15, 2010 - Study Aids - 672 pages
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Peterson's Military Enlisted Occupations and Civilian Counterparts appendix includes updated information on military careers with descriptions of each occupation. Occupations are divided into twelve groups: Human Services; Media and Public Affairs; Health Care; Engineering, Science, and Technical; Administrative; Service; Vehicle and Machinery Mechanic; Electronic and Electrical Equipment Repair; Construction; Machine Operator and Precision Work; Transportation and Material Handling; and Combat Specialty. Each occupation description includes occupational title, military service representation, typical tasks performed, physical demands, helpful attributes, and careers of civilian counterparts.

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Lt. Col. Scott Ostrow is chief of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Recruiting Training Branch at Robins Air Force Base, GA. In 2004, he served in Iraq as administrator, deputy commander, and officer in charge of the 332nd Contingency Aero-medical Staging Facility's medical support flight.

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