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As an Army National Guard Indirect Fire Infantryman, you'll be in charge of the Infantry’s most powerful weapon – the mortar. As part of a mortar squad, section, or platoon, you will perform challenging activities that may include parachuting from a troop transport airplane to access locations where you will construct mortars and camouflage their positions. You’ll also locate and neutralize enemy mines.
As your skills increase, so will your responsibilities. Advanced team members supervise and train other Soldiers, lead and control mortar squads, provide tactical and technical guidance to subordinates, and supervise the construction of mortar positions. Advanced Indirect Fire Infantrymen are responsible for receiving and implementing combat orders, directing Soldiers in offensive and defensive operations, and requesting, observing, and adjusting indirect supporting fire.
• Set up, load, and fire three types of mortars
• Employ crew and weapons in offensive, defensive, and retrograde ground combat
• Operate, clean, and store automatic weapons
• Employ, fire, and recover anti-personnel and anti-tank mines
• Carry out scouting missions to spot enemy troops and gun locations
• Interest in ammunition and weaponry
• Readiness to accept a challenge and face danger
• Physically and mentally in shape
Plus, the teamwork, discipline, and leadership skills you learn as an Indirect Fire Infantryman will help prepare you for a career in federal, state or law enforcement or in any civilian career you choose.
Earn While You Learn
Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.
After 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you will learn fundamental Soldiering skills, you will attend 14 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), which will include a combination of hands-on simulated combat and classroom training where you will keep your skills sharp through frequent squad maneuvers, target practice, and war games.
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The Army National Guard
With more than380 years of service, the Army National Guard is the largest reserve component,as well as the oldest branch of the U.S. military. In this branch of the ArmedServices, you will serve part-time in your own community, where you can becalled upon to respond to domestic emergencies and natural disasters. The ArmyNational Guard also can be called up to defend our nation overseas.
We provide ourmembers with college tuition assistance and offer attractive benefits on top ofpaid training in all of our career fields, which enhances your marketability inthe civilian workforce. The Army National Guard has more than 343,000 members andhas career opportunities in every State, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.Visit our website at nationalguard.com for more information.
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