Members of the US Army Infantry Cannon crew have to be able to lift and move heavy items without rest. The Army demands that candidates for this job be in physical shape and top mental condition, this is a definite plus. Army Job training for a member of the Field Artillery cannon crew or an infantry member starts with basic training, for eleven weeks.
After basic combat training you will attend up to fourteen weeks of advanced individual training. You will spend time in the classroom, as well as in the field, and you will be taught and learn different skills involving the use of battle strategy, operating missile and rocket systems, operating gun systems and handling ammunition, and how to manually and electronically calculate targets.
The Army Field Artillery team is made up of several personnel including the US Army Cannon Artillery Crewmember. Working as an individual on the cannon team and as part of the US Army Infantry and Artillery Cannon crew you will work on different pieces of cannon gear. You will be responsible for working on heavy cannons also called howitzers; this is a type of artillery with a single shot barrel capability. A US Army Cannon Crewmembers has different duties; they have wartime duties but also have peacetime duties and responsibilities.
You will learn how to maintain, establish and relay radio communications, learning how to identify and relate location of enemy targets, finding and using and operating cannon on wheeled trailers. Your duties will involve procuring and using different methods to help supply ammunition, as well as learning and operating self propelled howitzer cannons, and other tank and artillery crewmember duties. Are you interested in an exciting career in the Military? See if you qualify. Click Here Now! Service as a member of the Field Artillery and as an Artillery Cannon Crewperson can be very stressful; it is a job that carries a lot of tension, but one that can also be very rewarding.
3 Responses to “Army Infantry Cannon Repair Specialist”
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September 17th, 2013 at 1:07 am 0 0
I will like to join the usarmy
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April 15th, 2014 at 3:21 pm 0 0
want to be a usarmy
April 18th, 2014 at 8:25 am 0 0
Great! Just contact your local Army recruiting office. After ‘qualifying’ via phone then your recruiter will likely want to sit down face-to-face with you. Good luck!
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