Why it is critical to know your competition.
It is always important to know the competition. I know that in recruiting you always need to how is out there looking for the same thing that you are. What they have to offer and how it will impact the way you recruiting. All of the different branches are looking for the perfect enlistment what will set the National Guard apart. Here is a list of all the different branches to give us a better idea of what makes the National Guard so great.
The Air Force: 16 Career Fields with approximately 200 subspecialties and 35,000 job openings a year, BMT (Basic Military Training) 6 weeks followed by Technical training and OJT and PME (Professional Military Education), BMT (Basic Military Training) 6 weeks followed by Technical training and OJT and PME (Professional Military Education)
The Navy: 60 Career Fields with 50,000 job openings a year, US Citizen (may be naturalized); age 17-34 (17 requires parental consent and nuclear specialty is age 23 maximum); High School education; ASVAB; may join with a friend, 9 weeks followed byA school (Advanced training in specialty)
The Army: 212 MOS's (military occupational specialties) with 85,000 job openings a year, US Citizen or Registered Alien; age 17-35; healthy and in good physical condition, 10weeks followed by AIT (Advanced Individual Training classes)
The Marines: 30 Career Fields with 41,000 job openings a year, US Citizen or Registered Alien; age 17-29; ASVAB; healthy and in good physical condition, 13 weeks followed by School of Infantry then formal training.
The Coast Guard: 7 Career Fields with 4,000 job openings a year, US Citizen; age 17-27; High School diploma; may be married but must have 2 or less dependents; ASVAB; MEPS (medical test), 8 weeks Boot Camp followed by Class A school for formal training; advanced schools "B" and "C" may follow.
The National Guard: Has over 212 different jobs that you can choose from. It offers the best of...