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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at U.S. Army? What are the steps along the way?

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From start to hire it takes how ever long the job you wish to peruse. You'll go through the screening process at the nearest MEPS, after you'll swear in and go off to basic training. After basic training you'll learn AIT(advanced individual training) after you graduate you'll head to the unit that needs you.

Answered - Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC

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You go to the recruiter and then they take you to the MEPS to get you signed up. You leave for basic training and upon completion you report to your unit.

Answered - Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX

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2 months
Security and Background check
Resume
Application
Interview

Answered - Training Analyst (Current Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC

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It depends on the individual person applying for the military. First, they are required to take tests, pass physicals and sometimes they have to have waivers, which may take up to months.

Answered - Heavy Equipment Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, TX

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6+ months.
Job pick
back ground check
schedule of training date

Answered - Headquarters Vehicle Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) - Fort Fo

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It doesnt take that long to get started and go through the steps. maybe a couple days then your off to the army doing army stuff

Answered - 88M Motor Transport Operator (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, TX

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You have to get with an Army Recruiter and they will help you every step of the way.

Answered - Sergeant First Class/Account Manager Logistics (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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You are constantly learning in the Army but the focused on-boarding usually takes 6 months to a year.

Answered - Executive-level Leadership (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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One day or 2week

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Yes i can accept it as longer as you call for the us army job
or you give an appoitment

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