September 2008
Special Warfare: The Professional Bulletin of the John F. Kenned;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p28
This section offers news briefs from the special forces sector of the U.S. Army. The Selection Board for the Fiscal Year 2009 Sergeant First Class is scheduled to convene in February 2009. The growth of the U.S. military forces has contributed to the strength of the career management field (CMF)-18 designations. In addition, CMF-18 was selected to pilot the Army Career Tracker (ACT) tool for gathering information about career choices.


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