Time Eligibility to re-class, BEAR, Application or other…

I was hoping someone could give me some help on possible re-class info/eligibility for someone with an ETS of 20141009. I am currently a 92F20, I was re-classed by needs of the Army to this MOS. Since becoming a 92F, the cut off score for E-6 has been 798 (four years running). I am wondering what, if any, are my options for re-class? I have a DLAB of 104, an AFAST of 104, a Bachelor’s Degree, a security clearance and my lowest line score is 116.


Any help would be appreciated
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If you have good NCOER's look into 51C immediately. Some of the few other options would be language based MOSes.

Here is the catch on that:
You had mentioned DLAB, not DLPT. This prolly means you aren't a heritage speaker and if you take a 35P position and deploy to an area that the language isn't immersing you in, you will loose a lot of proficiency. EX: DLI trains you in French and you deploy to Afghanistan. When this happens you usually fall into an analyst role and don't do a heck of a lot with language. I think that it IS a great MOS for a heritage speaker though.

If you are up to the challenge then grab it, but really one of the better paths with your quals IF you have good NCOERs might be 51C, check it out and keep the forum posted.
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Originally posted by Corvette1140:
If you have good NCOER's look into 51C immediately. Some of the few other options would be language based MOSes.

Here is the catch on that:
You had mentioned DLAB, not DLPT. This prolly means you aren't a heritage speaker and if you take a 35P position and deploy to an area that the language isn't immersing you in, you will loose a lot of proficiency. EX: DLI trains you in French and you deploy to Afghanistan. When this happens you usually fall into an analyst role and don't do a heck of a lot with language. I think that it IS a great MOS for a heritage speaker though.

If you are up to the challenge then grab it, but really one of the better paths with your quals IF you have good NCOERs might be 51C, check it out and keep the forum posted.
I would say that isn't entirely correct. You can be an operator with a CAT III interpreter. None of the 35P I worked with in Afghanistan spoke Dari or Pashtu.

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