Full Job Description
The cavalry scout is responsible for being the eyes and ears of the commander during battle. They engage the enemy in the field, track and report their activity and direct the employment of weapon systems to their locations.
Secure and prepare ammunition on scout vehicles.
Perform navigation during combat.
Report information on terrain, weather, and enemy.
Collect data to classify routes, tunnels, and bridges.
Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you.
Please note, this is an enlisted job within the US Army and Army Reserves.
Be a US Citizen or hold at least an I-551(Green Card).
Have a High School Diploma / GED.
Have no major medical issues (missing limbs, mental health issues...).
Have no major law violations (sexual misconducts, domestics...).
Job training for a cavalry scout requires 16 weeks of One Station Unit Training. Some of it takes place in the classroom, but most of it will be spent primarily in the field. Whether it’s taking part in squad maneuvers, target practice or war games, cavalry scouts are constantly refining their skills to keep themselves sharp.
Ready to accept a challenge and face danger.
Top physical and mental shape.
Ability to work as a team member.
Option to travel the United States and other countries such as Germany, Korea, Italy, Alaska, Hawaii, Japan and more.
30 Days Paid Vacation.
Up to 40k bonus.