Military Occupational Disparities

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The United States Army is a forever changing profession striving and constantly trying to improve. Although most changes are good there are many that are not so good for the interest of the Soldiers who have been selected for their military occupational specialty to be phased out or merged into a different specialty.
When asked my opinion on this subject of an engineer military occupational specialty that could be deleted I would have to say none. This is because of the importance role that we as engineers play in the United States Army from which in a time of conflict, which from my point of view we will always have conflict.

I have witnessed in my time of serving in the military and actually in my occupation of a carpenter masonry specialist
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That we receive are more carpentry over any other type of job. As it talks about in The Profession of Arm’s and the improvement and effectiveness of our profession’s as Soldiers.

The military should be run like a business and certify the engineers in their mos for example an electrician would be state certified same as a journeyman carpenter and bricklayer same for the plumbers should be licensed for the fact of better training and better quality of workmanship on the product that we are asked to produce. It would not only benefit the military from certifying the Soldiers but would also be beneficial to the Soldier who plans to serve their time in the military and move back in to a civilian job they could already be certifies electrician, carpenter and masonry specialist, and licensed plumbers. It would be much easier to find a job if the Soldier was already qualified for the job along with acap there should be no problem for them to find a good job after their service is
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So my question to this is

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