92L before it was 92L
- School at Ft. Lee 1956, spent the next 2 1/2 years in France. Left the service entered college, and GE hired me out of college. I'm sure my schooling at Ft. Lee had a strong bearing on my hiring. No regrets I was with COM Z PDC which oversaw the 12" pipeline running from Donges FR to Metz FR.
- —Guest David Cochran
My Experience as a 92Y
- I servered in the MOS 92Y for 20 years and yes I loved my job. I was able to support soldiers supply needs and take care of my commanders property. I also enjoyed networking with other units. There is always going to be hard times but the satisifaction of helping people is worth it. I enjoyed fixing weapons and working in a academy that was all men and I was the only female. 92Y's are needed everywhere so I traveled alot through out my 20 years. I am now retired and enjoying evry minute. I would recommend this MOS to anyone because you can transfer it to the outside world. I enjoyed competing in the Army Supply Excellence Competitions because you feel like you won the Superbowl when you win at any level.
- —Guest Florence M. Rios
looking for work
- I am a former 92 y i did it for 3 years including 1 year in combat. just wondering if anybody out there know of any jobs in that field. i live in atlanta,ga.. please email me or call me 404 839 4922
- —Guest Derrick Heard
- This is a challenging field depending on where you are stationed. I was with the 10th mountain and cooks had to rough it with the grunts. We manned 50 cals, performed guard duty and were back and forth to the front line. We also guarded POW's and collected the dead. When you deploy to the field it was nothing for us to set up and tear down our site 3 times over a 7 day period. So depending where you are stationed you may have it easy or you may have to soldier with the grunts,scouts and motar platoon.
- —Guest dgr008
- Worst job imaginable. Recruiters lied, made it sound awesome. We do not get to do our own job, KBR does it for us, and we get stuck with convoy escort duty. I should have trusted the gut and gone infantry.
- —Guest anonymous
- Yall both are full of it theres alot to do on the outside for a 92 Fox you just have to look and all a cook is good for is nothing Ive been around so dont play us..Also Ive dont my time in Iraq and I did more than any cook has
- —Guest Frank
92A Make it Succesful
- The way you look at it will change with each "new" duty position that you're authorized to fill. Take advantage of it(Airborne/Air Assualt/Ranger Training, Special Forces Support, Train Foriegn Army's..Iraq/Afgan. Some worry about promotions me 9yr's E-7 stay focused and "High Speed". You will work with some of the greatest Logistician's in the Army, but sometimes you will find yourself with some of the biggest idiot's ever. I've never met anyone that wasted 4yr's of their life being a Soldier but I have met people that wasted several years of their lives "pretending to be a Soldier". If you love what you do and what you job stands for then you will enjoy this career field.
- —Guest Professional Alpha
- If you like working with rednecks and monkeys who can barely grasp the concept of basic English and Math skills. No decent Asian Gentleman would do this job.
- —Guest 92W
92A,IM CURRENTLY IN IRAQ,HAVING TORUBLE
- IM HAVING TORUBLE,DOING MY JOB IM A 92A AND IT SEEM I CANT DO ANYTHING RIGHT.IM DOING BENCH STOCK,THE UNIT BEFORE I CAME ORDER A LOTS OF PARTS,I DID A TURN-IN ON THEM ON Z RECOV.CODE AND I GOT FUSS AT.
- —Guest JOE,DOE
My experience in the MOS Field 92A S
- I am a 92A Automated Logistics Specialist and have been for over 10 years. I am pleased to know that there are companies in the Civilian world who value our expertise in this field.
- —Guest Keith A Sheppard
- I did 57F during operation desert storm 1991. My unit was the 311QM Co. USAR from Puerto Rico.
- —Guest Gary Redlinski
- My recruiter told me the job was available and was hoping to get some feedback from other 92 R's. Is hard to get promoted? Thanks!
NEED YOUR HELP!!!!!!!
- I've been 63B now 91B for over 15yrs, last year my new commander asked me to take on the TRAINING NCOIC and much more. (im in the reserves now) BUT yesterday he calls me and he asks me if I would like to become our companies SUPPLY SGT which is an AGR position. He said he would get me trained and everything needed. I was very suprised. OUR SUPPLY NCO hold some big SHoes and Im skeptical to be able to fill them. WHAT IS YOUR OPINION on this situation. I've loved my MOS and I've always wanted to be A MOTOR SGT AGR. another positive is that I was really considering joining active duty again to get my retirement soon. BUt AGR is way bettter. ITS THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS ACTIVE AND RESERVES. Please send me your opinion
92 Looking for Civilian Job
- Anyone have any suggestions to a civilian company that hires vets in Minnesota?
- —Guest Chicky
- Nothing good can come from joining this MOS. There is racism on both sides, as leaders are corrupted, and nobody has control. The MOS is just hard work. Gruelling unnecessary work. You will be in the motor pool all day hauling diesel soaked equipment from one side to the other, until it's time to go. Instead of training or doing anything to develope professionally. There are very few jobs waiting for you on the outside unless you have good friends in high places.
- —Guest MRJ