Driver — cargo transportation (Naag Ovala)admin
Freight of all kinds: ammunition supplies, foodstuffs and army equipment transportation. Drivers can be assigned directly to the combat units or provide cargo transportation services as required.
→The training lasts for nine weeks, upon the completion of the course soldiers get a C-category driving license (vehicles under 12 tons) and after a year of service they can get permission to drive an eighteen-wheeler.
→Any driving license received while serving is valid in civilian life.
Driver training is at the army’s expense.
To get into this unit, one should inform the sorting officer at the interview (Katsin miyun) or choose it while filling in the form sent by the army (Manila)