MOS 11 is the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) code for the infantry branch of the United States Army. The infantry is responsible for fighting enemy forces on the ground. The infantry is the largest career field in the Army, making up over 50% of the entire Army.
The two primary MOS 11X job titles are:
Army Infantryman (MOS 11B)
Army Indirect Fire Infantryman (MOS 11C)
The infantry MOS includes regular and indirect-fire infantry. The infantry MOS works together to defeat enemy ground troops.
The Army’s 11X - Infantry Enlistment Option is for recruits who will be designated as either MOS 11B or MOS 11C. The 14-week One Station Unit Training is done at Fort Benning, Georgia.
MOS stands for Military Occupational Specialty. The first two digits of the MOS code represent the occupational field.