Armed Forces (Ferguson's Careers in Focus) by Ferguson Publishing

By Ferguson Publishing

Careers in concentration: military gains 20 profession paths for college students drawn to this fascinating field.

Job profiles include:

-Aviation occupations
-Combat area of expertise occupations
-Construction, development, and extraction occupations
-Counseling, social paintings, and human companies occupations
-Engineering, technology, and technical occupations
-Health care occupations
-Intelligence execs
-Media and public affairs occupations
-Military pilots
-Military recruiters
-Naval and maritime operations occupations
-and extra.

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During wartime, combat specialty workers’ knowledge, training, and endurance are put to the test. Infantry members, for example, establish and secure offensive camps, artillery assault vehicle members drive their tanks in combat formations, and members of the Special Forces infiltrate and weaken the enemy by destroying fuel stations or communication lines. Since combat troops fight throughout the world, members must be able to withstand extremes in climate and topography. They are often forced to sacrifice comforts such as air-conditioning, running water, or hot meals.

Allies during the Cold War, and building water treatment plants during the Iraq conflict. QUICK FACTS THE JOB The military offers many construction specialties. Some of the more popular career options are described below. Building electricians design, assemble, install, test, and repair electrical fixtures and wiring. They work on a wide range of electrical and data communications systems that provide light, heat, refrigeration, air-conditioning, power, and the ability to communicate in offices, airplane hangars, repair shops, and other buildings on military bases.

Aircraft launch and recovery specialists often work outdoors on ships in all types of weather while operating and maintaining launch and recovery equipment or providing instruction to aircraft to help them land. They are also exposed to loud noise and fumes from jet and helicopter engines. Aircraft mechanics work in machine shops and aircraft hangars on air bases or aboard aircraft carriers. When conducting major overhauls and inspections, they generally work in hangars with adequate ventilation, lighting, and heat.

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