my job is 92f petroleum supply specialist?
and i was wondering if this job gets u deployed easily? like where would i be likely to go after AIT in fort lee virginia? this is for the army active duty
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
you got F-ed brother.
of course you get deployed ALL THE TIME you will be assigned to a brigade support BN (BSB) or a Forward Support Company (FSC)
you'll be on the road everyday picking up fuel and taking it to other camps.
seriously dude you need to change your MOS
When I was in AIT if we messed up they would make a fuel pump motion with their hand and they would say "keep it up and I will put you in 92Fox school"
one fueler believed she would work in "labs" hell no. maybe 1% of the fuelers do they rest drive fuel trucks, get blown up and pump fuelSource(s): suck it up cupcake
- ?Lv 44 years ago
First off, proud to serve. Second, he should get his CDL right away. It would open a lot of jobs if he wanted to do a local route or drive OTR- over the road. Truck driving can be temporary because it can lead to working as a dispatcher or the operations supervisor. Good luck.
- AJLv 79 years ago
You pretty much can get assigned to any post and any type of unit. Unlike the other poster, you can be assigned the S-4 shop of any type of battalion. From Infantry to Signal, from Armor to Artillery to a Forward Support Battalion.Source(s): Former Army NCO
- campagnollo2002Lv 49 years ago
You are a professional gas station attendant. You will be stationed anywhere where there are vehicles or tanks.
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- RayLv 79 years ago
All units need/use fuel.
You could go anywhere.
There's not one big "pumping gas" base.