I was talking to my supervisor about re-classing today, and something very interesting come out of this conversation. (History) I am currently serving as a active duty CBRN NCO, in a Trans Company. I enlisted in the Army Reserves as CBRN. I re-classed to 31B, when I went to the National Guard. Now I am being told that technically that my primary MOS is 31B Military Police. I was wondering what that means for re-enlistment and promotions. Also, if any can give me a reference for explanation of primary or secondary. Thank you.
Primary is the one the Army will think you're working. Secondary is one you're also qualified to do, if the Army really needs it- and you can push paperwork to have the secondary listed and get into a job with that one.
Look up MOS regs on the Googlez and APD.army.mil
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