I finally got to take my ASVAB and I am content with my score, I feel like I could have done better though! Some jobs I qualify for: OS-Operation Specialist HM-Hospital Corpsman MA-Master At Arms PS-Personnel Specialist IT - Information System Technician YN-Yeoman ABH - Aviation Boatswain's Mate, Handling ABE - Aviation Boatswain's Mate - Equipment ABF - Aviation Boatswain's Mate, Fuels AO - Aviation Ordnanceman DC - Damage Controlman AW - Aviation Warfare Systems Operator CTA - Cryptologic Technician - Administration EA - Engineering Aid
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The indefinite guide to the DLAB. This was written and (poorly, I know) put together myself. I took the DLAB April of 2015, and this is going to be a great resource to look over before you embark on that epic 2-3 hour masochism fest. I'm not the best talker in the world (I also know), so ignore the multitude of "uhs". Also ignore the background noise (I have a parrot and a fire radio). Links: 5 Ways to Study for the DLAB by Language Surfer http://www.languagesurfer.com/2013/03/05/ways-to-study-for-the-dlab/ Navy DEP CTI Forum: http://www.navydep.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=68 Visual Picture Link: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-m99Nrd2QW8Y/TbGoEGo1xCI/AAAAAAAAAEY/Rw7iznOqBZs/s1600/Untitled.png And Since I Borrowed a Comic from Scuttlebutt, Here is Their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/scuttlebuttcomic *Disclaimer: This video is in no way, shape, or form associated with the U.S. Military. It is a purely civilian (for now) made video on what to study for and what to know about the Defense Language Aptitude Battery. It is purely educational and is not uploaded for monetary gain. All pictures are created and owned by others and are not of my creation. This video and audio is, however, mine and can be used by anyone as a free and "open source" educational tool. Thank you and good luck.
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EDIT: I talk excruciatingly slow in this video, I recommend speeding it up by 2x. Hi there! I just finished the DLAB today, so I thought I would offer my thoughts about it and explain my experience to those who would like a little guidance. I hope this helps; don't be afraid to ask questions. I used this immensely helpful guide: https://www.amazon.com/Complete-DLAB-Study-Guide-Practice-ebook/dp/B00KMHFXCQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1510614003&sr=8-2&keywords=dlab
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In this week's N-FAQs, we look at some more questions about the different jobs in the Navy. Question: Mr. Andy...how are you? I'm joining the navy as well (E3) and I just left meps dec. 7th. I made it thru it all, but once I made it to the part where I picked my job I was told that they weren't ANY active duty jobs available. Which obviously sucked. Anyway, I have to go back Jan. 3rd to pick my job; I was wondering what type of jobs should I be looking at that you feel that are great for advancement ranks with an asvab score of 51...55 general? What jobs should I stay away from? And how long do I have to wait to receive bah if I get married after a-school? How much do u think each pay check would be as an E3 each pay period? Response: Thanks for the question! In my opinion, choosing a rating in the Navy is more dependant on your personality than your ASVAB score. That's not to say your ASVAB score isn't important, but what I'm trying to say is that you should pick a rate based on your interests and strengths and don't take a rate just because advancement is more likely or easier than with other rates. Originally, I wanted to be an IT (Information Systems Technician) or a CT (Cryptologic Technician) or an IS (Intelligence Specialist), but when MEPS finally had a rate available, all they had was a 6-year contract for STG (Sonar Technician - Surface). Although this was a technical rating with an excellent opportunity for advancement, I was hesitent to sign for it at first, especially since the counselor didn't know much about it. However, I told myself that it took me months to even be presented with a job and that if I denied this one, I might not get as good of an opportunity the next time they had jobs available. Besides, I didn't want to go back to my stepdad and tell him that I refused a job just because it wasn't exactly what I wanted. Things were pretty tense between us back then, and I knew that his patience was near its end. Ultimately, it was a major risk for me to just sign for the STG rating, but I'm glad that I did because I've been presented with so many opportunities because of it, such as living near Chicago and in San Diego; places that I would have never been able to visit (with my income at the time) had I not joined the Navy. What all this boils down to is that while you shouldn't be extremely picky about what ratings you're presented with, you should still do your research and have at least a general idea of what ratings you would be interested in. For more information on what each rating does and how your ASVAB score relates to it, click the link below. Jobs in the Navy: http://su.pr/5jMCfW Once again, thanks for your question and good luck!! Thanks again for all the questions so far, guys! Keep it up! TheAndySan
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Located in Monterey, California, the Defense Language Institute (DLI) is where Airmen become fluent in a foreign language so they can then use it in their career as a Ground or Airborne Cryptologic Language Analyst in the U.S. Air Force. https://www.airforce.com/
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Though not as common as the ASVAB I wanted to let everyone know what the DLAB and EDPT tests are about in the Air Force. The DLAB is the Defense Language Aptitude Battery and as you can guess is used to qualify for the linguist jobs. The EDPT is the Electronic Data Processing Test and is used to qualify for only a few jobs throughout the entire military. Know what to study for the DLAB and EDPT by watching the video. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE AIR FORCE! -http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tythegamingguy1 STALK ME ON IG: http://instagram.com/tylertheno FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER - https://twitter.com/TheCosmicSpider SKYPE: TheCosmicSpider TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/cosmicthespider Looking for a YouTube Partner? Swing over to Maker Studios and see if you're qualified! http://r.mker.tv/sYru32 Welcome Cosmonauts, Broadcasting from Earth, TheCosmicSpider aims to bring you entertaining videos of all the latest and greatest video games. We will explore a large variety of genres to including but not limited to; FPS, RPG, Indie, Adventure, Story Rich, and Puzzle. Be sure to subscribe for the opprotunity to be the first to see new content, participate in giveaways, and be apart of the best community on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tythegamingguy1 STALK ME ON IG: http://instagram.com/tylertheno FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER - https://twitter.com/TheCosmicSpider SKYPE: TheCosmicSpider TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/cosmicthespider
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See why the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) is regarded as one of the finest schools for foreign language instruction in the nation. As part of the Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), the Institute provides resident instruction at the Presidio of Monterey.
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The Cryptologic Linguist performs and supervises detection, acquisition, geolocation, identification, and exploitation and analysis of foreign communications at all echelons using signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) systems.
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The commanding general of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, Maj. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, told Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center students that they need to "study hard" because he will "hang onto (their) every word" once they graduate and are sent to their duty stations.
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"Watch and see where Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and even Marines learn foreign languages" (quote from Gunny) This video is special to me because I know all of the faculty who appear from the Korean School and most of the military cadre and MLIs who appear from various schools and service units. You may recognize the Vietnam War Veteran and famous actor Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee Ermey in this short video. He came to visit DLI a few years ago . Defense Language Institute Presidio of Monterey, CA
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Zane Coppedge believed his IT skills were too military-specific. Through Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA), he discovered a path to tech and now mentors former service members looking to make the same transition. For more information about MSSA, visit http://military.microsoft.com/mssa.
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As an Information Systems Technician in America's Navy, Petty Officer First Class Israel Gomez protects, restores and maintains the advanced technologies in the world's largest Navy. With that experience, he is fully prepared to go anywhere with his life and career.
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This video features the best information on DLAB Practice Tests and the potential Study Guides out there. Learn how you can improve your Defense Language Aptitude Battery Score by following our tips and recommendations. Items discussed on the Video: 1.http://bit.ly/CompleteDLABStudyGuide 2.http://bit.ly/OfficialDLABTrainingManual 3.http://bit.ly/DLABStudyGuide 4.http://bit.ly/DefenseLanguageAptitudeBattery Top resources: http://www.DLABPrep.com http://www.amazon.com/The-Complete-DLAB-Study-Guide-ebook/dp/B00KMHFXCQ Free DLAB Practice Test: 1.http://bit.ly/NavyCryptoTest We hope you enjoyed our video and good luck.
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Discover the path Airmen take from basic training to becoming either a Ground or Airborne Cryptologic Language Analyst in the U.S. Air Force. https://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/airborne-cryptologic-language-analyst
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Hospital Corpsman (HM) is the only enlisted “CORPS” in the Navy. But what is a Hospital Corpsman? Chief Hospital Corpsman (HMC) Stacey Stallings explains. Have questions you want to ask the Sailors of America’s Navy? Use #AskASailor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to send them to us. www.facebook.com/USNavyLife www.twitter.com/AmericasNavy www.instagram.com/AmericasNavy And if you have more questions about Navy Health Care or about becoming a Hospital Corpsman, check out www.facebook.com/NavyHealthcare
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So I took my DLAB Tuesday but have been so busy I hadnt made the video about. sorry :( anyway. here is info on the DLAB cause I know trying to look for study guides to help you is like non existent, and thinking about it now I can see why they don't put it out there but, here is a LITTLE help
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This is my experience with taking the DLAB (Defense Language Aptitude Battery). Here are some links that may help you to prepare for the DLAB or find out what to expect from other people's experiences: Info About DLAB: http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/joiningup/a/dlab.htm Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defense_Language_Aptitude_Battery ***Navy Sample Test-CLICK!!(VERY SIMILAR TO DLAB FORMAT): http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/cryptology.html DLAB Sample Test: http://www.deltagear.us/Kit&Tools/Kit/DLABsample.pdf Other Links Which May Help: Syllable Exercise: http://www.soundsofenglish.org/hollys_corner/wordstress/intro_ex1.htm Community Forums (ppl talking about their experiences, some of the posts may be from a few years back, but, I found them fairly informative): http://community.armystudyguide.com/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/3291033041/m/1811068372 http://www.leatherneck.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66917 Hope this helps you guys! & Hope you guys have a great day! (The DLAB is a specialized test and that being said, I couldn't disclose to many details about the test. If you have any specific questions message me.)
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Prior language experience isn’t a precursor to become a CTI in America’s Navy. CTIC Donna Gordon explains why in this video. Have questions you want to ask the Sailors of America's Navy? Use #AskASailor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to send them to us. http://www.facebook.com/USNavyLife http://www.twitter.com/AmericasNavy http://www.instagram.com/AmericasNavy
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SSG Pham, Jack CELL: (443) 306-0297 OFFICE: (540) 786-9849 https://www.facebook.com/jack.t.pham https://mobile.twitter.com/ssgphamjack https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYw4kcy0fVHslTyttDnoFPQ UNITED STATES ARMY CAREERS CENTER 4300 PLANK ROAD FREDERICKSBURG, VA 22407 Overview As a member of the Army special operations community, the psychological operations specialist is primarily responsible for the analysis, development and distribution of intelligence used for information and psychological effect. Job Duties Research and analyze methods of influencing foreign population from a variety of information sources Operate and maintain equipment such as ground tactical vehicles and shelter systems, loudspeaker systems, state of the art computers, analog and digital recording and playback devices and communication systems Travel to overseas locations in peace, crisis and conflict to assist U.S. and foreign governments, militaries and civilian populations Requirements Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you. Training Job training for a psychological operations specialist requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 10 weeks of Advanced Individual Training, where you’ll learn the skills of a psychological operations specialist. For active-duty Soldiers, graduation from Advanced Individual Training will be followed by three weeks of airborne training and then four to six months of language training. For Reserve psychological operations specialists, airborne and language training are not required for qualification. Helpful Skills Interest in foreign countries, cultures and languages Ability to analyze and organize information Skilled at building rapport in unfamiliar surroundings College-level aptitude in the social sciences Required ASVAB Score(s) General Technical (GT) : 107 Learn more about the ASVAB and see what jobs you could qualify for. Compensation Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time. Learn more about total compensation. Education Benefits In the Army, qualified students can earn full-tuition, merit-based scholarships, allowances for books and fees, plus an annual stipend for living expenses. Learn more about education benefits. Future Civilian Careers The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with the Department of Defense, State, other federal government agencies or related fields in the commercial industry. The training you receive may prepare you for other fields, such as public relations, sales, marketing and advertising. Because of the time you’ll spend studying foreign cultures and social systems, you can explore a future career in the diplomatic service or as an anthropologist, journalist, social scientist, statistician, market analyst, advertising consultant or sales manager. PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUTH SUCCESS (PaYS) Program Those interested in this job may be eligible for civilian employment, after the Army, by enrolling in the Army PaYS program. The PaYS program is a recruitment option that guarantees a job interview with military friendly employers that are looking for experience and trained Veterans to join their organization. Find out more about the Army PaYS Program at http://www.armypays.com. AT&T, Inc. Hewlett-Packard Company Kraft Foods Global, Inc. Sears Holdings Corporation Time Customer Service, Inc. Walgreen Co.
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Timely and accurate intelligence is one of the best weapons any military can possess. As a Network Intelligence Analyst, you will covertly acquire and analyze intelligence from target network communications. Through research and assessment, you will determine adversarial actions and intentions and disseminate that information to high-level decision makers.
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We asked, “What is a Hospital Corpsman?” in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDTo-AcEpb8. Now we ask, “What does a Hospital Corpsman do and what is it like?” HMC Stallings answers these questions here. Have questions you want to ask the Sailors of America’s Navy? Use #AskASailor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to send them to us. http://www.facebook.com/USNavyLife http://www.twitter.com/AmericasNavy http://www.instagram.com/AmericasNavy And if you have more questions about Navy Health Care or about becoming a Hospital Corpsman, check out http://www.facebook.com/NavyHealthcare
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A DKL PRODUCTION "in a place called Connecticut" DKL The U.S. Navy identified the Seven Sailors including a Watertown "OAKVILLE" Connecticut Resident NGOC T TRUONG HUYNH who died after the ship collided with another vessel Friday. (Sleeping Sailors) on the U.S.S. Fitzgerald awoke to a Calamity at Sea! A Delay in reporting of Deadly US Destroyer collision raises questions? The Navy on Sunday revealed details of the final moments of seven sailors who died aboard a destroyer after it collided with a container ship near Japan — ripping open the warship and sending seawater gushing into the rooms where the men lay asleep. “The damage was significant. This was not a small collision,” U.S. 7th Fleet commander Vice Adm. Joseph Aucouci said at a press conference in Yokosuka. Got caught in tonights STORM! It's MONDAY NIGHT on the 19th of JUNE 2017 In the Town of Branford on SHORELINE OF CT Thunder, Lightning & the Entire & so, I was running to get out of the Rain -Well, I must of unconsciously hit my SMART PHONE (During that Time) Now I'm at my destination, inside, & after about 15 minutes- I proceeded to use my phone to make a call & on the Screen were A BUNCH of 7SSSSSSS & Dashes - Obviously, I Had LEFT IT OPEN to where the numbers are to Dial- HOW IRONIC! 7sssssss & DASHES ~ 77 - 777 - 77- OMG - My 1st Thought was (The 7 Men) (Along with Title) which I had given to this Memorial Just Had to Share... SO NOW SOME (INTERESTING RESEARCH) LET US TALK ABOUT THE 7 - WELL (ONE) OF THE BIBLICAL MEANINGS IS (DIVINE PERFECTION) (SEE BIBLE) FOR THE NUMBER 7 HAS SEVERAL MEANINGS SUCH AS 7 ANGELS WITH 7 TRUMPETS; furthermore., WE HAVE THESE 7 LOSSES, WHICH WILLFULLY LEADS ME TO THE BIBLICAL SYMBOLISM OF THE 7 For we can be Comforted, according to the Biblical Writings, KNOWING THAT THERE ARE THOSE HOLY MEANINGS BEHIND THE 7 AMONGST THE LOVE OF OUR BROTHERS! FOR THE HOLY NUMBER 7 is used in the Bible more than 700 Times! JESUS IS THE SEVEN-FOLD "I AM" IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN SO WHAT I AM LEADING TO (7 NAVY SHIPMATES TOGETHER) LORD, LET US BE COVERED BY YOUR STRENGTH & PEACE WITHIN FOR OUR 7 NAVY SHIPMATES ARE NOW IN YOUR ETERNAL PLACE although a heartbreaking loss let us just say that HEAVEN TRULY HOLDS A NEW 7 ..... The 7 Navy SHipMates - & that is Faith written by DKL The FLAG Photography is by DKL/LadyRanger Thanks 🙏 For Watching & Prayers Remain Please, Feel free to comment if you choose
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SSG Pham, Jack CELL: (443) 306-0297 OFFICE: (540) 786-9849 https://www.facebook.com/jack.t.pham https://mobile.twitter.com/ssgphamjack UNITED STATES ARMY CAREER CENTER 4300 PLANK ROAD FREDERICKSBURG, VA 22407 Overview The air traffic control operator is responsible for tracking planes and giving them landing and takeoff instructions at air traffic control facilities. Job Duties Control airborne and ground traffic Assist in the installation/relocation of tactical air traffic control facilities Process flight plan data and maintain logs, records, files and tape recordings of voice communications Requirements Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you. Training Job training for an air traffic control operator requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 17 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instruction. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and in the field under simulated combat conditions. Some of the skills you’ll learn are: Air traffic control management and operational procedures Communications and radar procedures Aircraft recognition Takeoff, landing and ground control procedures Helpful Skills Interest in work requiring accuracy and attention to detail Ability to remain calm in stressful situations Decisiveness and working within strict standards Ability to work as a team member Required ASVAB Score(s) Skilled Technical (ST) : 101 Learn more about the ASVAB and see what jobs you could qualify for. Compensation Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time. Learn more about total compensation. Education Benefits In the Army, qualified students can earn full-tuition, merit-based scholarships, allowances for books and fees, plus an annual stipend for living expenses. Learn more about education benefits. Future Civilian Careers The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career at airports, traffic control centers and for the U.S. Department of Defense. PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUTH SUCCESS (PaYS) Program Those interested in this job may be eligible for civilian employment, after the Army, by enrolling in the Army PaYS program. The PaYS program is a recruitment option that guarantees a job interview with military friendly employers that are looking for experience and trained Veterans to join their organization. Find out more about the Army PaYS Program at http://www.armypays.com. AAR Aircraft Services, Inc LOCKHEED MARTIN Raytheon Company L-3 Communications Linguist Operations & Technical Support
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Navy officials push for security clearance changes Navy officials are moving to close gaps in the security clearance process, recommending that all police reports involving an individual must be included when a background check is done. A week after a former Navy reservist gunned down 12 workers at the Washington Navy Yard, officials said the background report given to the Navy failed to reveal that he had shot out the tires of another person's car during a 2004 dispute in Seattle. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/3d281c11a96b4ad082fe88aa0db04305/Article_2013-09-23-Navy%20Yard%20Shooter-Security%20Clearance/id-d10621a03d4c42b7843993af975b49d3 http://www.wochit.com
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Torpedoman's Mate 3rd Class James K. Abaied DOB: 10 OCT 1924 Hometown: Rochester, NY Place of Birth: Kirkland, NY United States. Navy World War, 1939-1945 Laffey (Ship: DD-724) Kamikaze airplanes Naval convoys World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations Normandy (France) Leyte Gulf, Battle of, Philippines, 1944. Philippine Sea, Battle of the, 1944 (June 19-21) World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Philippines. Iwo Jima, Battle of, Japan, 1945. Atlantic Convoy Duty Transcription available at: http://dmna.ny.gov/historic/veterans/transcriptions/Abaied_James_K.pdf Veteran oral history interview published by the New York State Military Museum. The State of New York, the Division of Military and Naval Affairs and the New York State Military Museum are not responsible for the content, accuracy, opinions or manner of expression of the veterans whose historical interviews are presented in this video. The opinions expressed by those interviewed are theirs alone and not those of the State of New York.
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