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Special Forces Qualification Course

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  1. is an intensive selection and training course conducted by the United States Army for the purposes of preparing soldiers to function as members of the United States Army Special Forces, also known as the Green Berets

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  2. The course lasts anywhere from 10 to 19 months, sometimes even longer, depending on the soldier's chosen SF Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and foreign language instruction

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  3. Enlisted soldiers are trained in one of four MOSs: weapons (18B), engineering (18C), medical (18D), or communications (18E)

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  4. Officers are trained in career management field 18A while warrant officers are 180A

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  5. As of late 2006, the course consists of six different phases

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