My name is Luis Meza, I am a Staff Sergeant (SSG) in the US Army, I came in as a geodetic surveyor, received my training at Fort Belvoir, VA. With the merge of the Technical Engineer Specialist MOS 21T and the Topographic Surveyor MOS 21S, I am now a Techincal Engineer NCO. Topographic Surveyor have gone away. Why? Don't know. I have been in the Army for 13 years, Two assignments with 320th Engineer Company (Topo) in Germany (total of 7 years), DA select assignment with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), one assignment with HHC, 555th Engineer Brigade at Fort Lewis, WA, Two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), short tour deployments to Bosnia & Herzigovina, and Kosovo. I am currently stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, a instructor/writer at the Engineer School, assigned to B Co, 169th Engineer Batallion.
Eloy, AZ, USA
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I am a former geodetic surveyor in the Army, I am now a construction surveyor in the Army because the two surveying MOS's in the Army have merged and forced us geodetic surveyors to the construction side. My specialty is GPS, Airfield OC Safety Surveys, topographic surveys, control network surveys, and some construction staking.
How many years have you been surveying?
I have been surveying for 13 years, I beleive my level of surveying is a 7 only because there is still a lot to learn and we don't do everything we are capabile of doing.
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