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Old 03-30-2009, 08:31 PM
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Being in the military does help speed up the process of citizenship. How fast depends on the individual.

As far as changing his MOS, in the Reserves it's different because his unit will have to approve that. There has to be a slot for him to move into with that MOS. A unit won't just send him to training for a new MOS unless it's going to benefit them. As far as the deployment goes...mission always comes first not matter what. Schools will be put on hold until after deployments.

Most units can tell you what their rotation schedule is.
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