I was a 76Y in the USAR and actually made the title change to 92Y. I have seen that its now on the critical MOS list. Can't figure that one out I guess nobody wants to do it. I thought about going back but hell we didn't do anything at drill so I don't think I would be of any use. I would need retrained!!
I heard that when they changed 76Y that they split it into a few 92 series MOS's. I also heard that original 76Y's were automatically MOS qualified in multiple 92 series mos's. Can someone please set me straight on this.
The training should be a little different than when I went through because the Army is using a supply system called PBUSE these days. No matter what they teach you in class you will learn the majority of your MOS when you get to your first unit. It will seem a little overwhelming at first but before you know it you'll be just fine. If you have a supply sergeant at your unit they will square you away. If not be prepared to make friends in other units and seek advice whenever you can. there is a regulation for damn near everything that youre going to do. Most every form that you will have to fill out will have a reference to an Army regulation that will help you fill it out properly( some forms may be filled out slightly different from the reg...depending on the post that youre on).
As far as the school goes you should just try to pay as much attention as possible and with some luck and effort you might find yourself graduating with honors. Usually in an AIT environment the school environment is decent...it's the barracks environment that will probably wear you down. Don't take it to heart and be grateful that 92Y training is relatively short.
My daughter is about to graduate as 92Y w/ honors from Fort Lee AIT. She was also squad leader and was often asked to take the lead with her company in various exercises, drills, PT, and Wardog training. She volunteers for everything and gives 110%. She loves the Logistics Operations and has always had a knack for this sort of duty. Soon she'll be off to
Oh yeah, Was a 76Y from 1979 until I ETS'd in 1988, went to AIT @ Ft. Jackson, SC but finally got to go to Ft. Lee, VA for BNCOC in 1987, Class 88-04, if anyone was in that class...
I just made E-6 when I got out, my Full MOS was 76Y30G5, the G5 was for SPBS, Standard Property Book System, had the privilege of working at a DMMC in Hawaii for the 25th Infantry that's where I got all of my Property Book experience. I also heard they changed our MOS to 92y 92a? Sounds like a number game I am sure the job is pretty much the same.
Served as a Shop Supply Clerk in Korea, 2ID, 1980-1981 which was a 76D job at the time, Bn. Supply Clerk in Recruiting from 81-83, made Sgt. in 83 and was a unit supply sgt. until I got to Hawaii where I got to be the Supply Acctg. Sgt. for the entire 25th Inf. Div. Artillery Units, really learned a lot at that job...I did that from 83-86, then to Ft. Ord, CA, 7th ID, and was an Infantry company Supply Sgt. with the WOLFHOUNDS 27th Regiment from 86-88 until I ETS'd.