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Field Support Opportunities

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Field Support


Field Support roles provide support to U.S. Army personnel. These roles provide support behind-the-scenes and provide intelligence on the field.


Opportunities are available for:




  • Food services


  • Watercraft operators


  • Intelligence analysts


  • Translators


  • Interpreters


  • Topography specialists



The training and skills you receive in the Army can prepare you for a future with federal agencies, research or business planning, civilian factories, repair shops, department stores and government warehouses, stockrooms, and dining facilities.


The training and salary you get are only some of the ways the Army strengthens you for tomorrow. The Army also offers:




  • Comprehensive health care (medical and dental)


  • Generous vacation time (30 days annually)


  • Retirement Savings Plan


  • Family services and support groups


  • Special pay for special duties


  • Cash allowances to cover the cost of living



You may also be eligible for:




  • Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $40,000


  • Up to $81,756 for college


  • Up to $65,000 to repay qualifying student loans


  • Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving



Requirements for Field Support Opportunities:




  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien


  • 17?34 years old


  • Healthy and in good physical condition


  • In good moral standing


  • High School or equivalent education


  • Enlistment in the U.S. Army



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