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Can i serve as an aircraft mechanic in the army even if i havent stayed too long in the US

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Yes you can

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Yes I believe

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Yes you can.

Answered - Observer/Coach/Trainer (Current Employee) - Fort Irwin, CA

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Yes you need to get a mos change

Answered - Army culinary arts (Current Employee) - El Paso, TX

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No you will need extensive training and practice to become certified,

Answered - Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Polk, LA

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Individual must meet legal requirements.

Answered - Specialist, Black Hawk Division (Former Employee) - Redstone Arsenal, AL

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It all depends on your ASVAB score and whether the Army needs more Aircraft Mechanics. Also takes your units approval if they want to let you go.

Answered - Healthcare Specialist/Combat Medic (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, TX

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No. You have to have been granted citizenship by being sworn into the US Army. If you do not complete you initial enlistment your citizenship can be revoked.

Answered - Infantryman (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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I have no idea considering you must be a us citizens

Answered - Sergeant (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Yes I believe so..

Answered - Sergeant E-5 (Former Employee) - Honolulu, HI

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