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What are the National Guard recruiting and retention NCO duties?

What are the National Guard recruiting and retention NCO duties?

Their duties include prospecting and refining leads, and determining whether a potential recruit is eligible for enlistment. It may involve helping them to pre-qualify for enlistment, or investigating whether someone is eligible for reenlistment.

What is a retention NCO?

A Retention NCO is a Soldier assigned reenlistment duties as an additional duty on a full or part-time basis who does not possess the MOS 79S. A Career Counselor, MOS 79S, advises Soldiers on their careers, to include procedures & eligibility for reenlistment & opportunities available with the USAR & ARNG.

How long does it take to make Sgt in the National Guard?

Sergeant (SGT) Promotion is 36 months time in service/eight months time in grade. Requirements for Secondary Zone: board appearance is 16 months time in service/four months time in grade. Promotion is 18 months time in service/six months time in grade.

Can National Guard choose to deploy?

Could I be sent into combat or deployed? >> Yes. Because of the National Guard’s dual state-federal mission, Guard members can be mobilized to protect and defend America in battle domestically or overseas. Should this happen, you’ll be trained, ready and prepared to go, mentally and physically.

What is Army Retention Program?

The goals of the Army Retention Program are to— (1) Reenlist, on a long-term basis, sufficient numbers of highly qualified Active Army Soldiers in order to support end-strength and readiness requirements.

What is the lowest rank in the National Guard?

Private (E-1) Private, the lowest Army rank, normally is held only by new recruits while at Basic Combat Training (BCT), but the rank occasionally is assigned to soldiers after a disciplinary action has been taken.

How often does the National Guard get deployed?

If you’re called up by your state government, active duty missions usually run from 15-to-60 days. Federal deployments are usually a year, at the minimum.

What rank do you have to be to be a recruiter?

Hold the rank of specialist, corporal, sergeant, staff sergeant or sergeant first class. Have passed the U.S. Army physical fitness test within the past six months. Have served less than nine years of active federal service as a sergeant, 15 years as a staff sergeant and 16 years as a sergeant first class.

Can an E4 be a recruiter?

You can become an AGR recruiter as an E4 with no leadership time with BLC complete. And yes, that comes with all the downsides that it implies. In the AGR system, your career progression is all on you and the positions you apply for and the offers you accept or decline.