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I was looking at the promotion points box on the front page and after 98G there was all the 98GCM, 98GKP, 98GLA, 98GPF, 98GQB, 98GRU. What do all the extra letters mean?

Thanx
 
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<MIguy001>
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The 98G is the MOS and the rest of the letters are the langauge identifiers: CM= Chinese Mandarian, KP= Korean, PF=Persian Farsi, RU=Russian. I don't know what QB and LA are.

[quote:227bfb70f0="Epic Honor"]I was looking at the promotion points box on the front page and after 98G there was all the 98GCM, 98GKP, 98GLA, 98GPF, 98GQB, 98GRU. What do all the extra letters mean?

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Thanx, MIguy! Big Grin
 
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QB is Spanish......

Still thinking what LA is.
 
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QB is Spanish? Huh??? How did they draw that one?
 
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I don't know how QB=Spanish in someones mind. I just remember it from the people who learned it while attending language school. I am still racking my brain over the LA...
 
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how about Arabic? It's got an A in it. Wild guess.

So why is the Chinese Mandarin points so low. I suppose that is potentially good news for me :mrgreen:

and welcome back, enforce :!:
 
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My guess on LA is that it may be Lao.

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Well finally I think I got it figured out from the ATRRS page. LA = SPANISH-AMERICAN; QB would be SPANISH-CARIBBEAN. They are tricksters Smiler

to see all codes Goto: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/atrrscc/ click on "Language Code" in about the middle of the page.
 
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