U.S. Army Recruiting Office located on the ground floor of the Solair building, on the Western Avenue side.
Just a few steps away from the metro station and the Wiltern Theater.
What is MOS in the Army?
A Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system used by the United States Army and Marine Corps to identify a specific job or role within the military. Each MOS is identified by a nine-character code, which consists of a two-digit field code followed by a four-digit numerical indicator and job title. The field code indicates the broad category of jobs, such as infantry or aviation, while the numerical indicator and job title indicate the specific job within that field.
The MOS system allows for individuals to obtain multiple job specialties, with each individual having one primary duty military occupational specialty (DMOS). There are over 10,000 different occupational specialties across the military that cover a wide range of skillsets and levels of responsibility.
Examples of Army MOSs include Aircraft Powerplant Repairer (15B), Unmanned Aircraft Systems Repairer (UAS SYS REP) (15E), M1 Armor Crewman (19K), and Infantryman (11B).