MIL 68WM6 question

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  1. SuperMaWiiOH

    SuperMaWiiOH New Member

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    I just heard that for my state, Ohio, you cannot get M6 for 68W in the Guard in your contract, but in the Reserves you can get it in your contract. I've also heard on the flip side that you cannot get M6 in your contract period, in any component. Anyone know the truth?
     
  2. the raging enigma

    the raging enigma If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidenc

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    I am not 100% sure, but I have never heard of anyone getting an ASI in their initial contract for the Army. I believe that It goes off of the position that you are assigned in your unit. If you are in a Med unit, you have more of a chance that your position will require you to become M6 (practical nurse qualified)
     
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    I've heard more stories too. One Reserve recruiter told me that you can't get it in your contract, but if you get good enough grades in AIT they will send you to the school. Then I've heard that's a flat out lie because they have to have slots ready for people to train, they don't create those openings during your AIT, they are set slots.
     

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