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Old 08-21-2008, 12:24 PM
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What came first..the chicken or the egg?
Well now, that is all a matter of perspective.

Do you believe in evolution or theology?

I believe the Lord created all things on Earth in the beginning. So I say the Chicken came first...
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Old 08-21-2008, 02:47 PM
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I'm an USAF vet. 1980-1984 active duty. My girlfriends son is joining the army in October. His mos is 45b. Small arms repairer. Any and all info on this would be great. I've been to other web sights for generic descriptions. Hoping to gain some first hand insight. Thankx in advance for any and all information.
Welcome to the forum uniden07, hope you enjoy our crazy debates, and hope to see your contris soon. Theres plenty of info on MOSs, just Google, US ARMY MOS and/or MOS 45b and you will get all the info you want... Good luck to your Girlfriends son, and welcome to the site..

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Old 08-22-2008, 04:57 AM
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Well now, that is all a matter of perspective.

Do you believe in evolution or theology?

I believe the Lord created all things on Earth in the beginning. So I say the Chicken came first...
Nice one...I cant disagree with you i havent got a bloody clue
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Old 08-22-2008, 07:11 AM
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I'm an USAF vet. 1980-1984 active duty. My girlfriends son is joining the army in October. His mos is 45b. Small arms repairer. Any and all info on this would be great. I've been to other web sights for generic descriptions. Hoping to gain some first hand insight. Thankx in advance for any and all information.
Uniden,

I was in the military for 27 years, 21 of them in the Army & I'm sorry & ashamed to say that I know absolutely nothing about MOS 45B. My assumption is that it would equate to the job of a gunsmith in civilian life.

I've seen soldiers working on improving the accuracy of sniper rifles. They probably were 45Bs now that I think of it. Who knows? I never asked them.

In most cases generic descriptions of MOSs are all you need. The job can vary from unit to unit, post to post, needs of the Army.
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