Army Pharmacy Specialist

by Brooke
(Paducah,Ky,U.S)

Do I have to go in war to become a Army Pharmacy Specialist?


What are all the schools I will have to go to, to become a Army Pharmacy Specialist?

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Army Pharmacy Specialist Answer
by: David Shedd

In order to be awarded the MOS 68Q classification, the completion of a basic pharmacy course of 19 weeks, held at Fort Sam Houston base in Texas is mandatory.

As far as I know, you do not have to go in war to become an Army Pharmacy Specialist, but to be sure, check with your local Army recruiter for more information.

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