Army MOS 68C Practical Nursing Specialist

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68C Practical Nursing Specialist

Job Description

The Practical Nursing Specialist supervises or performs preventive, therapeutic, and emergency nursing care procedures. Practical Nursing Specialist work under the supervision of a physician, nurse or Non commissioned Officer.

Soldiers in this MOS are credentialed as Licensed Practical Nurses.

68C Training Requirements

Job training for a Practical Nursing Specialist consists of 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 55 weeks of Advanced Individual Training.

MOS Training is conducted at Fort Sam Houston, TX.

68C requires a 72 month enlistment.

68C Qualifications

ASVAB Score: 101 ST and 107 GT

PULHES Profile:  111121

Vision: Normal Color Vision

Physical Demands Rating: Moderately heavy

Additional Notes: No aversion to blood. Have a high school diploma or GED equivalency.

No history of alcoholism, drug addiction, indiscriminate use of habit foreign or dangerous drugs. No history of felony conviction. No history of conviction of crimes involving an out of hospital patient or patient or resident of medical care facility. Financial exploitation of a person entrusted to a care of the applicant. Any weapons ammunition explosives arson charges.  Any drug activity, violence against persons or property, or sexual misconduct.

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  • Kelli

    This mos becomes available as of October of this year. I’m enlisting as one, and will be enlisting as a specialist. You have to have your practical nursing license and have passed the NCLEX to have this mos, as far as I’ve been told. I will be in the acasp program and will not have to attend AIT, but will have to do some proficiency test.

  • Jessica Hammonds

    I am already an LPN with a current license. I meet the qualifications and would not have to attend AIT. What rank would I be going in?

  • kelly

    I am interested in reclass to this MOS i am currently a 68W can I declass as an E-4 promotable or E-5 or is it restricted to E-4 and below only?

  • kevin

    Hello all I just join the army as a 68c a I will be leaving BCT in 1 week I just want to know how many college units I get after I’m done with AIT and what kind of classes are they? thank you

  • Gabriel

    I signed as a 68c for the reserves and am aware I have to go to basic and It says 51 weeks and 3 days on my contract of AIT however i was wondering if we are required to do anything after AIT or will I be able to go home and report back to my unit?

  • Ebony Battle

    right now it e-4 only they are balanced for e5-e7 and they wont reclass promotables

    • ryan mccollum

      I am an e4(p) and just received orders for this school (USAR).

  • D W

    The 68C course is accredited through Texas a LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse). The vocational training attribution is a limiting factor on the ability to transfer any ACE guide recommendation for credits. Traditional colleges will not always give the maximum number of credits, especially if attempting to apply to a RN program.

    Note: I am Retired Army, former 91C/68WM6/68C, who obtained his RN while in service. I do speak from experience.

  • jen

    How often is 68c offered in a yr?

  • SEUN TAIWO

    Please I need an advise from you cos i believe we are in the same category. Am presently an LVN in Texas before joining the army. am an active duty soldier rightnow working as a 68x. How do i get into the program