10.1201, FYI: Army's Foreign Language Advocacy Program

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-10-1201. Fri Aug 13 1999. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 10.1201, FYI: Army's Foreign Language Advocacy Program

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Date:  Mon, 09 Aug 1999 14:55:24 -0700
From:  default <default at emh4.usarec.army.mil>
Subject:  Military Intelligence, 65K loan repayment.

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Date:  Mon, 09 Aug 1999 14:55:24 -0700
From:  default <default at emh4.usarec.army.mil>
Subject:  Military Intelligence, 65K loan repayment.

It's time again for an update on the Army's Foreign Language Advocacy
Program.

We are still offering Russian, Korean and Arabic as gauranteed languages
for those who qualify.

We are almost out of Chinese Mandarin slots so we cannot gaurantee that
language.

All other languages are on a case by case basis

What we offer: Up to 65K in student loan repayment
                       Free education in a foreign language at the
Defense Language Institute
                       Regular paycheck plus room and board
                       A security clearance and training in a Military
Intelligence Speciality
                       Cash enlistment up to 12k
What we want: US Citizens only
                       17-34 years old
                       A 4 year commitment as a soldier

What we don't want: People to teach languages
                    Felons
                    People who can't handle up to 63weeks of intensive language study.

For more info Email us at 6bde-cla at usarec.army.mil

We take everyone who qualifies.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Staff Sergeant Hudon
Staff Sergeant Chapman

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