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If you have a career goal in the private sector, the Army National Guard has a corresponding career path. Your job in the Guard can help establish you in some of the most sought after industries and career fields. Employers are looking for commitment and experience, and there’s no better way to fill out your resume than by serving your nation.

Combat Arms are one of the most basic and important of soldiering jobs. You are trained to take and hold ground. You may want to join Armor and go to battle within an advanced, high-tech M-1 tank that incorporates laser and thermal aiming devices.

Combat Support is critical to the success of an army in the field. It supplies and transports ammunition, drinking water, food, electricity, maps, protection against chemical attacks, and more. Many of these skills are directly transferable to the civilian sector. Combat Service Support Keeps the organization running effectively and efficiently. As in the civilian world, the Guard has members who provide health care, cut paychecks, handle personnel records and operate computer networks.

MP/Intelligence The Military Police (MP) is a great place to start if you are interested in a career with a civilian police department. Many top state, metropolitan, municipal and park police personnel acquired their original training and discipline from military service. MP's keep the peace and respond to emergencies just like their civilian counterparts.

Signals - In times of war, communication is vital to gathering intelligence and planning and executing critical plans. Communication specialists build, operate and service equipment such as satellite dishes, microwave transmitters, short-wave radio, computer networks and fiber optics, in addition to traditional wire communications.

Medical - In times of conflict, Guard medics and support personnel assist doctors and nurses in providing medical care to injured soldiers and civilians. In peacetime they respond to natural disasters and humanitarian needs, playing a critical role in saving lives.

Administrative Personnel - You'll discover that for almost every Administrative and Personnel job in the Army National Guard, there is a corresponding job in the civilian workplace. From Information Management to Public Affairs and Personnel Administration, Guard members keep the system up and running.


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