It could work both ways. He could learn a ton if'n he doesn't think he
already knows everything. If he goes at it like a newbie, they will
definitely teach him a LOT.
As a teacher, I'd rather have students that don't know anything than those
with prior experience. Or worse yet, prior union members.
Just MHO, YMMV.
Aberdeen Proving Grounds comes to my mind. A very old base with History.
APG is Aberdeen Proving Grounds
http://www.atc.army.mil/ The Test Center...
Might try Google and add MOS
Maybe the website can provide data.
The following chart shows the primary enlisted Military Occupational Specialties (MOS)
for the United States Marine Corps, as well as the job training locations for the specific MOS.
MACHINIST BASIC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO)
Course Number: Version 1: 702-44E30 (44B). Version 2: 702-44E30 (44B). Version 3: 702-44E30 (44B). Version 4: 702-44E30 (44B).
Location: Ordnance Center and School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
Length: Version 1: For Track 44B, 1718 weeks (632 hours). Version 2: 1718 weeks (632 hours). Version 3: 1415 weeks (522 hours).
Version 4: 19 weeks (678 hours).
Exhibit Dates: Version 1: 12/859/86. Version 2: 10/8611/91. Version 3: 12/919/96. Version 4: 10/96Present.
More info here:
Martin H. Eastburn
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NRA LOH & Endowment Member
NRA Second Amendment Task Force Charter Founder
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