No national guard does the same as regular Army
Answered - Supply Supervisor (Former Employee) - Fort Polk, LA
Depends on if active duty has an opening for the job your wanting to go into.
If no job opening is present, you would have to reclass
Answered - Staff Sergeant (Former Employee) - Iraq, NC, SC, Texas, Hawaii
No it doesn't matter if your in the National Guard.
Answered - Battery shop supervisor (Current Employee) - Schofield Barracks, HI
If you are in the Guard and you want go active you should talk to a recruiter.
Answered - Senior Telecommunications Manager (Former Employee) - Fort Irwin, CA
Not sure. I am not too familiar with this MOS or job. I have never worked in this filed before nor do I know anymore that has
Answered - Senior Human Resourse Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, Texas
No. and yes you need to reclass for 68T.
Answered - Construction Equipment Repairer (Former Employee) - germany,afghanistan,savannah georgia,south korea
You'll likely have to reclassify. Unless the active Army needs your prior MOS, it will retrain you for a new position. The needs of the ANG are state-specific, and completely different from those of the active duty (with changes quarter by quarter).
Answered - C4I Enh/ TOC & Field Radar Technician (Former Employee) - Fort Polk, LA
May need to re-class to meet needs of the army
Answered - Military Police officer (Current Employee) - Fort Polk, LA
It does not matter if you are in the Army National Guard or Active Duty Army. As long as you receive the initial combat training, and A.I.T. training, you are an American Soldier. There will be no need to reclassify.
Answered - Platoon Sergeant (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Depends on your MOS. If you are combat arms then yes you would have to re-class if you were a medic or commo then know.
Answered - Operations Manager/training (Current Employee) - Knightdale, NC