The length of AIT training varies depending on the MOS and can last anywhere from three weeks to nearly two years. The current longest AIT training lasts 84 weeks (1-year and 8 months)....AIT schoolsField Artillery Center at Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma.Finance Corps School at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina.
4 to 52 weeksHow long is AIT? Advanced Individual Training(AIT) ranges from 4 to 52 weeks depending on a Soldier's MOS. After graduating from basic training, Soldiers will go to AIT where they will complete Phase IV and Phase V before joining their unit.
automatic promotion: 24 months time in service, 6 months time in grade. with waiver: minimum of 18 months time in service, 3 months time in grade. it does include your BCT/AIT. If you lose rank (e-3 to e-2) and get promoted back to e-3, your old time as an E-3 will not count to time in grade.
You must spend a minimum of 24 months or 2 years in the military to achieve the rank of E-4/Specialist (You can make E-4 in 18 months if you're an exceptional soldier and your chain of command pushes a waiver up to your commander to promote you to E-4 early.
automatic promotion: 24 months time in service, 6 months time in grade. with waiver: minimum of 18 months time in service, 3 months time in grade.
Yes, you can enlist with a bachelors degree. You will also come in as a SPC and you will have to wait 18 months to 2 years TIS and TIG to go to BLC and get promoted.
Sergeant First Class/SFC (E-7) This rank normally means the soldier has 15 to 18 years of military experience. This level is now considered as a senior NCO (Non-Commissioned Officer).
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