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[QUOTE="Devildoc, post: 615637, member: 8815"] OK, so think of it like this: you were a 11B, but clearly there are more specialties in infantry than a Bravo. Just like in the army if you're a medic you could be a combat medic, you could be an occupational therapy assistant, you could be a physical therapy assistant, etc. Those schools are The Army equivalent of C schools. So far as I understand, there is a MA school. The reserve not being active, I knew MAs in the reserve who presented their civilian law enforcement credentials and had the NEC (navy term for "MOS") assigned. Being eligible for a C school depends on evaluations, openings for that NEC/needs of the Navy, etc. You can be assigned to a C school if there is a big need, but typically they try to pair your interests to the right school. Progression in the career, that's a great question, I'll reach out and ask. I don't know a lot about the MA rate. I'll also ask about MA manning levels, which is tied to promotion. Some rates make rank fence super fast, some not at all. [/QUOTE]
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