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Military Occupation Codes Military occupation codes are codes that military services use to identify themselves.
Some military services have no military occupation code at all, but others have a code for service that identifies specific members or functions within the military.
Military occupation code codes are often associated with certain groups of people, such as people with disabilities, veterans and people who have a mental health disorder.
Military occupation codes for certain groupsOf the military services, only the Coast Guard, Air Force, Navy and Marines have their own military occupationcodes, which are used to identify the group of people that they belong to.
The codes are typically written in the form of numbers or letters.
The code that is most commonly used in the United States for military occupation is called the Coast guard code, which stands for the Coast and Geese Protection Code.
The Coast Guard code is a code that identifies the Coast Service members who are assigned to the Coast.
This code is assigned to members of the Coast as a group, and a Coast member is a person who serves as a part of a unit.
The Coast is the only U.S. government agency that can designate the Coast to be an occupational specialty, meaning it can be used to classify members of its workforce.
The Army also has its own code for its personnel, which is the Coast-to-Airborne Occupational Specialty Code (COASOC).
The Coast Guard Code is an occupational code that applies to members assigned to a unit of the U.