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Hello Lori, Army MOS 42A is Human Relations Specialist - Administrative area of employment, training is 8 weeks and 2 days at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.. Army MOS 56M is Chaplain Assistant - Religious Services field; training 6 weeks at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Well, both these jobs are administrative in nature and you probably have the higher ASVAB scores in Administrative areas. You could be deployed to the war zone because chaplains and their assistants are always needed at the war zone. Also, administrative people have to deploy to keep all the records for people in a war zone. What do you mean that you have a family? You have children of your own or do you mean you have parents like most people? Do you have a husband or are you a single parent? If you have a husband and he is not military then if you deploy he will be expected to take care of the children during your deployment. If you are a single parent you will have to rely on your parents or a close relative to take your children while you are deployed. How old are your children if you have children? You would need to expand upon your answer about having family to get the best answer to your question. If you are a religious person who attends church all the time then you might like being a chaplain's assistant. Any administrative work MOS is easily trained into and most administrate duties are standard duty day of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. Of course, all bets are off during exercises and deployments. Often Army shifts could be 12 hour shifts on and 12 hours off and in a war zone it is 7 days a week with no weekends/holidays off. You need to supply more information about yourself and "family" composition. Best wishes, Larry Smith SMSgt, USAF (Ret.) First Sergeant