What is a 70b?
Hereof, what does a 70b do in the army?
At the operational level, plans, coordinates, monitors, evaluates, and advises unit commanders and staff in both medical and non-medical areas of patient evacuation and treatment, organizational administration, supply, training, operations, transportation, and maintenance.
Also, how long is medical service corps Bolc? Officer Basic Course for Active Duty Officers is held four times a year at the AMEDD Center in Fort Sam Houston and lasts from ten to 14 weeks. Officers in the Army Reserve go to OBC for two weeks. Your training time depends on your chosen specialty and whether or not you have prior military experience.
Correspondingly, how long is Bolc for 70b?
Without Prior Service you will need to attend the Direct Commission Course which is 6 week at Fort Sill, OK. Then you would need to attend the AMEDD Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) for 10-weeks in San Antonio, TX. 70B Officers can't attend the condensed BOLC course.
How do you direct commission in the Army?
The general requirements for a direct commission in the Army Reserve are: 60 semester hours of college credit; the ability to get and maintain a "secret" clearance; be physically qualified (obtain and pass a medical evaluation); an open slot or "billet" in an Army Reserve unit; three recommendation letters from