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This is the official page of Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention.
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Responding to tornadoes, hurricanes and floods is one way the National Guard stands out among the military branches. If you want to serve both community and country, talk to a Guard recruiter and learn some other important differences. You can start the conversation here: http://bit.ly/2sIQN4N

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If you have an interest in military weapons, make a career out of it as MOS 91F: Small Arms Repairer. Learn about training and skills you'll pick up: http://bit.ly/2rTs5fn

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If you're after a job in the Guard that requires exceptional lower body strength, you’ll want to excel at the strength deadlift portion of your Occupational Physical Assessment Test (OPAT). Talk to us about the jobs you're interested in: http://bit.ly/2sL4b9U

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Are you calm under pressure? Then work as MOS 89D: Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist. This job will put you on technology’s cutting edge and we can help you get there: http://bddy.me/2rJhsQ6

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At any given time the National Guard can be called to assist another military branch, emergency responders, or their state in times of need. Landing on a ship to assist others requires incredible skill. Learn those skills: http://bit.ly/2stHIO3

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The Guard has many benefits, but the one that stands out the most is the comradery among Soldiers. Start your adventure: http://bit.ly/2stUJa7

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Keep up with ASVAB studying with this practice question. If you're ready to take the next step, let us know here: http://bddy.me/2s78kBD

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Ready. Aim. Fire! MOS 13F: Fire Support Specialists excel at the first two steps, as field artillery units’ intelligence experts. Let’s get you into this exciting field: http://bddy.me/2s2FUZJ

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Being an excellent shot is one aspect of a sniper’s job. Another is to observe and report battlefield intel that could be critical to the success of your unit’s mission. Learn more about infantry and other skills you'll hone in your Guard career: http://bit.ly/2sepnlc

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The #ASVAB helps determine which jobs, known as an MOS (Military Occupational Specialties), are best for you. Try this question and learn more: http://bddy.me/2qXUvYT

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