Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic

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Army National Guard
Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Got a knack for keeping
cars
and trucks on the road? Then join the Army National Guard as a Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic and help keep freedom moving forward. As a Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic, you will have the opportunity to supervise and perform unit maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline - and diesel - fueled light-wheeled
vehicles
. In short, if it's on wheels, you'll work on it. And after your paid training, you'll be qualified to maintain and
repair
any number of vehicle systems and components, preparing you to step right into a civilian vehicle maintenance career. Earn while you learn Get paid to learn! Join the Guard and you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training requires 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 10 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Applicants must meet minimum qualifications. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Benefits subject to change. Benefits/Requirements Benefits Paid training A monthly paycheck Montgomery GI Bill Up to 100 percent Tuition Assistance for college or vocational training (up to $4,500 per fiscal year, 1 October - 30 September) Retirement benefits for part-time service Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage) 401(k)-type savings plan Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans) Healthcare Benefits Available Requirements High School Diploma or GED (If you do not have a diploma or GED, you may still apply - ask a Recruiter about how the Army National Guard can help you earn your GED.) Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details) This position may qualify for a bonus, ask your National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information. learn BETS_ARC_Setter BACH_a33d1a you on if you and MYK62683JR

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