Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 8 months ago

Serving Air Guard AGR position, while in the army national guard??

Browsing Active Guard/Reserve positions in my state, I came across entry-level (as long as you enlist in the state guard) agr postions for Air Force Police. Unlike most other AGR positions, it states that it is open to any members of the state national guard, Air OR Army, as long as they have gone through applicable security-type training. Does this mean you could enlist in the army national guard as an MP and be on drilling status, but then work an AGR position as Air Guard base police?? 

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  • Daniel
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    No, you can't be in to branches of the military at the same time.

    It means that it is open to any ANG security forces or Army NG  MPs.  Any MPs accepted for the position would transfer from the Army to the Air Force.  

    By entry level, they means that it is a 3-level position.  They are not going to hire some random person off the street.  As it says, people applying need to already be in the Guard.  They are going to give preference to an Airman that already has his 5-level CDCs done.  

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  • 8 months ago

    nope, it means you would have to transfer to the air national guard

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  • ?
    Lv 6
    8 months ago

    What that means is that a current Army National Guard member who met qualifications including acceptable security training could be accepted as an AGR Security Force. In that case they'd be discharged from the Army Guard and enlisted in the Air National Guard for full time active duty as Security Force.

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