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68W

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  1. the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) for the United States Army's healthcare specialist, also known as the combat medic

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  2. Upon the completion of their basic training, future 68W10s are shipped to Fort Sam Houston where they undergo Advanced Individual Training (AIT) for 16 to 68 weeks, depending on their identifier training time

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  3. often pronounced as Six-Eight Whiskey using the phonetic alphabet

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  4. The primary role of the 68W in the United States Army is to provide medical treatment to wounded soldiers

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  5. Recently known as 91W, the MOS was changed effective October 1, 2006

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