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Alternate military occupation amos additional skill

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Alternate Military Occupation (AMOS) Additional Skill Identifier (ADI3) Skilled Qualification Identifier 3 (SQI3) UNIT INFORMATION Unit Name: Unit Street: Unit City: Unit State: Unit Zip Code: Unit Country: SUPERVISOR INFORMATION Last Name: First Name: Middle Name: Suffix: Title/Rank/Grade: Lost Time (DDMMMYYYY): From Date: To Date: Reason: 33
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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY DETAIL (U.S. Military) List ALL military service history below, beginning from current and working back to include service in Active Duty, Reserves (Inactive Reserve/Delayed Entry Program/Unit Member), National Guard, U.S. Merchant Marine and Foreign Military Service. If there was a break in service, each separate period should be listed. Complete all entries blocks that may apply. All Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports and/or all Officer Evaluation Reports covering service periods will need to be submitted. Type: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Enlisted Officer Warrant Officer Service Status: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Active Active Reserve Inactive Reserve Unit Member Service: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Air Force Marine Corps Army Merchant Marines Coast Guard Navy U.S. Public Health Service Rank: Current/Highest Grade: Effective Date of Grade (dd-MMM-yyyy ): From Date (dd-MMM-yyyy ): Date Active Tour Terminates (dd-MMM-yyyy ): To Date (dd-MMM-yyyy ): Present NG State: SSN/Service #: Country: DISCHARGE INFORMATION Discharge Type: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Bad Conduct Discharge None Dishonorable Other Than Honorable Honorable Uncharacterized Honorable Conditions Narrative Reason: Separation Code: (From DD 214/NGB 22) RE Code: (From DD 214/NGB 22) MILITARY SPECIALITY INFORMATION Primary Military Occupation (PMOS) Additional Skill Identifier 1 (ASI1) Skilled Qualification Identifier 1 (SQI1) Secondary Military Occupation (SMOS) Additional Skill Identifier 2 (ASI2) Skilled Qualification Identifier 2 (SQI2) Alternate Military Occupation (AMOS) Additional Skill Identifier (ADI3) Skilled Qualification Identifier 3 (SQI3) UNIT INFORMATION Unit Name: Unit Street: Unit City: Unit State: Unit Zip Code: Unit Country: SUPERVISOR INFORMATION Last Name: First Name: Middle Name: Suffix: Title/Rank/Grade: Lost Time (DDMMMYYYY): From Date: To Date: Reason: 34
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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY DETAIL (U.S. Military) List ALL military service history below, beginning from current and working back to include service in Active Duty, Reserves (Inactive Reserve/Delayed Entry Program/Unit Member), National Guard, U.S. Merchant Marine and Foreign Military Service. If there was a break in service, each separate period should be listed. Complete all entries blocks that may apply. All Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports and/or all Officer Evaluation Reports covering service periods will need to be submitted. Type: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Enlisted Officer Warrant Officer Service Status: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Active Active Reserve Inactive Reserve Unit Member Service: (Mark ‘X’ to one that applies) Air Force Marine Corps Army Merchant Marines Coast Guard Navy U.S. Public Health Service Rank:
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