Army MOS List

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MOSJob TitleMOS BranchShort Description
15RAH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer
AviationSupervises and performs maintenance on AH-64 attack helicopters, excluding repair of systems components.
15XAH-64A Armament and Electrical System Repairer
AviationPerforms aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on the AH-64 electrical and instrument systems and the electrical, electronic, mechanical, and pneudraulics systems associated with AH-64 armament/missile and fire control systems.
15YAH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Repairer
AviationSupervises, inspects, and performs aviation unit, intermediate, and depot maintenance on the AH-64D armament, electrical, and avionic systems, to include the electrical, electronic, mechanical, and pneudraulics systems associated with AH-64D armament/missile fire control systems.
14OAir Defense Artillery Officer
Air Defense ArtilleryThe role of an Air Defense Artillery Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Air Defense Artillery Branch and to be an expert in the tactics, techniques and procedures for the employment of air defense systems. You will lead teams in protecting U.S. forces from aerial attack, missile attack and enemy surveillance.
14ZAir Defense Artillery Senior Sergeant
Air Defense ArtillerySupervises, plans, coordinates, and directs the emplacement, operation, unit level maintenance and management of air defense artillery weapon systems in support of ADA units at all levels.
94DAir Traffic Control Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms unit through intermediate direct support maintenance and installation of ATC communications, navigation aids (NAVAIDS), and landing systems.
15QAir Traffic Control Operator
AviationSupervises and provides ATC services, to include flight following using visual flight rules (VFR), instrument flight rules (IFR), and special visual flight rules (SVFR), at ATC facilities.
15KAircraft Components Repair Supervisor
AviationSupervises aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft components, aviation communications and other electronic/electrical systems associated with Army aircraft. The individual must be knowledgeable of the duties performed by personnel in Army MOS 15B, 15D, 15F, 15G, 15H, and 15N.
15FAircraft Electrician
AviationSupervise, inspect, and perform aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot electrical maintenance on aircraft electrical systems.
15ZAircraft Maintenance Senior Sergeant
AviationSupervises aviation unit maintenance (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance in activities having a mix of aircraft maintenance and/or component repair Army MOS.
15HAircraft Pneudraulics Repairer
AviationSupervise, inspect, and perform aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft pneudraulics systems.
15BAircraft Powerplant Repairer
AviationSupervises, inspect, and perform aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft turbine engines and components.
15DAircraft Powertrain Repairer
AviationSupervises, inspects, and performs aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft powertrain systems.
15GAircraft Structural Repairer
AviationSupervise and perform aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM,) and depot maintenance on aircraft structures.
921AAirdrop Systems Technician
Quartermaster CorpsAirdrop Systems Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for providing commanders and their staff with guidance on conducting or receiving airborne or airdrop operations. They are also responsible for supervising the inspection and packing of parachutes, removing unservicable parachutes from inventory, and supervise maintenance of airdrop equipment.
350FAll Source Intelligence Technician
Military IntelligenceThe All Source Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for combining and organizing intelligence information from different source into a single finished product. They may also advise the commander and his staff on the intelligence situation and considerations, as well as coordinating with analytical groups, specialized intelligence activities, and intergovernmental or multinational organizations.
91EAllied Trades Specialist (Machinist)
Ordnance CorpsThe machinist supervises and performs the fabrication, repair, and modifications of metallic and nonmetallic parts and supervises metalworking shop activities.
89BAmmunition Specialist
Ordnance CorpsReceives, stores, and issues conventional ammunition, guided missiles, large rockets, and other ammunition related items; performs maintenance (unit, direct support and general support) modification, destruction, and demilitarization on ammunition and explosive components; and operates computer hardware and software/utilities manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures.
890AAmmunition Technician
Ordnance CorpsAmmunition Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for receipt, storage, issue, and demilitarization of conventional ammunition and all its components. This position may also be responsible for investigation ammunition accidents and malfunctions, as well as preparing contingency plans for ammunition storage and security.
68TAnimal Care Specialist
Medical Service CorpsSupervises or provides the care, management, treatment, and sanitary conditions for animals, with a primary responsibility of prevention and control of diseases transmitted from animal to man and comprehensive care for government owned animals.
45KArmament Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs direct/general support (DS/GS) and depot level maintenance/repairs on the mechanisms/systems of tank turrets/weapons, fighting vehicles, towed/self-propelled artillery, small arms, and other infantry weapons.
19OArmor Officer
ArmorThe role of an Armor Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Armor Branch and to lead others in many areas of combat operations. As an Armor Officer, you may either work with tank units that utilize the M1A1 and M1A2 Abrams Tanks, or cavalry units responsible for forward reconnaissance operations.
19ZArmor Senior Sergeant
ArmorServe as principal NCO in armor company, cavalry troop, or operations and intelligence staff sections in armor battalion, cavalry squadron, or higher level organizations.
63DArtillery Mechanic
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit maintenance and recovery of all self-propelled field artillery cannon weapon systems, including the automotive, turret, fire control, and chemical protection subsystems thereof.
92AAutomated Logistical Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises and performs management or stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to receipt, storage, distribution, and issue. Maintains equipment records and parts.
39BAutomatic Test Equipment Operator and Maintainer
Ordnance CorpsOperates, maintains, and supervises unit and direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) consisting of electronic equipment test and repair facilities.
915AAutomotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
Ordnance CorpsAutomotive Maintenance is a warrant officer position which plans and performs field maintenance on wheeled and light tracked vehicles, as well as self-propelled artillery systems, ground support, and other powered equipment. As well as fixing malfunctioning equipment, they are also responsible for shop safety, inventory, writing and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), scheduling routine maintenance, and managing the dispatch of available vehicles.
14SAVENGER Crewmember
Air Defense ArtillerySupervises, operates or serves as a member of a lightweight, highly mobile, Air Defense weapons system.
27TAVENGER System Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises, performs, and inspects unit level, direct support, and general support maintenance on AVENGER system and associated components (less carrier and communications).
15OAviation Officer
AviationAn Officer within the Aviation Branch is first an expert aviator, but is also responsible for the coordination of Aviation operations from maintenance to control tower operations to tactical field missions. All Aviation Officers lead Soldiers and Aviation units and work with the following Army helicopters; OH-58 Kiowa, UH-60 Black Hawk, CH-47 Chinook, and AH-64 Apache.
15PAviation Operations Specialist
AviationSchedules and dispatches tactical aircraft missions and performs associated operational administrative duties.
94LAvionic Communications Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms intermediate and depot maintenance on aircraft communications equipment.
15NAvionic Mechanic
AviationPerforms unit and intermediate maintenance on tactical communications security (COM-SEC), communication, navigation, identification friend or foe (IFF), and flight control equipment.
94RAvionic Radar Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms intermediate (AVIM) and depot maintenance on avionic equipment which operates using radar principles.
02ZBands Senior Sergeant
Adjutant General's CorpsSupervise military musical activities of division, Army, and MACOM bands. Serves as unit First Sergeant or Sergeant Major and enlisted conductor of the band.
02CBaritone or Euphonium Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
02KBassoon Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
68ABiomedical Equipment Specialist
Medical Service CorpsPerforms maintenance services and repairs of all medical equipment. This equipment employs mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, compressed gas and steam, electrical/electronic, solid state, digital, microprocessor, optical, and radiological principles.
14RBradley Linebacker Crewmember
Air Defense ArtillerySupervise and operate the BSFV and associated equipment.
21CBridge Crewmember
Corps of EngineersCommand, serve, or assist as a member of a squad, section, or platoon. They provide conventional and powered bridge and rafting support for wet and dry gap crossing operations.
46RBroadcast Journalist
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates in or supervises the operation of radio or television broadcast section, team, detachment, or Armed Forces Radio and Television Service network affiliate or comparable broadcast activity.
25LCable Systems lnstaller - Maintainer
Signal CorpsInstalls, operates, and performs unit level maintenance on cable and wire communications systems, communication security (COMSEC) devices, and associated equipment. Operates and performs Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.
13BCannon Crewmember
Field ArtillerySupervises or serves as a member of field artillery cannon section or ammunition section.
13ECannon Fire Direction Specialist
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as a member of a fire direction element or operations section of a field artillery cannon unit.
88HCargo Specialist
Transportation CorpsTransfers or supervises the transfer of passengers and cargo to and from air, land, and water transport by manual and mechanical methods.
21WCarpentry and Masonry Specialist
Corps of EngineersPerforms general heavy carpentry, structural steel, and masonry duties, to include fabrication, erection, maintenance, and repair of rigging devices, trusses, and other structural assemblies.
19DCavalry Scout
ArmorLeads, serves, or assists as a member of scout crew, squad, section, or platoon in reconnaissance, security, and other combat operations.
27GCHAPARRAL and REDEYE Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises or performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the CHAPARRAL and REDEYE missile systems and associated equipment and trainers.
56OChaplain
Adjutant General's CorpsAs an Army chaplain you will have the responsibility of caring for the spiritual well-being of Soldiers and their Families. An Army chaplain's flock can consist of over 1,500 people. For this reason, the Army chaplain is crucial to the success of the Army's mission. Providing spiritual leadership for the Army Family requires a special person with a unique calling.
56MChaplain Assistant
Adjutant General's CorpsProvides specified elements of religious support mission in deployments, combat operations, training, and sustainment.
74DChemical Operations Specialist
Chemical CorpsOperates, performs operator maintenance, or supervises the use of NBC detection and decontamination equipment, smoke generators, and assists in the establishment, administration, training, and application of NBC defense measures. The NBC NCO provides training, advice, and supervision regarding the proper use and maintenance procedures for chemical equipment and chemical operations in company and higher level organizations.
74OChemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer
Chemical CorpsCBRN Officers command or serve as a Platoon Leader of a Chemical unit while employing the state-of-the-art CBRN defense systems. In a command and staff role the CBRN Officer, plans, coordinates, and directs CBRN operations and training within a command or activity to include CBRN vulnerability assessment; multi-spectral obscuration; sensitive site exploitation and assessment; CBRN reconnaissance; CBRN decontamination; CBRN force protection; and combating WMD, which includes nonproliferation, counter proliferation, and consequence management.
38OCivil Affairs Officer
Civil AffairsCivil Affairs Officers are experts in acting as a liaison between the Army and civilian authorities and populations. Civil Affairs Officers many times must facilitate relationships between U.S. military forces and the people of the nation(s) in which those forces are operating.
38BCivil Affairs Specialist
Civil AffairsSupervises, researches, coordinates, conducts, and participates in analysis, planning, and production of Civil Affairs related documents and actions encompassing both strategic and tactical Civil Affairs operations for Army, joint, and combined military commands.
02JClarinet Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
73BOClinical Psychologist
Medical Service CorpsAs a clinical psychologist in the Army, you will promote effective mental health in our collaborative health care environment. As a clinical psychologist and an Officer on the U.S. Army Health Care Team, you'll have the opportunity to work with soldiers and their families - in a variety of settings.
25VCombat Documentation & Production Specialist
Signal CorpsSupervises, plans, and operates electronic and film based still, video, and audio acquisition equipment to document combat and non-combat Army, Joint, and Combined operations. Operates broadcast, collection, television production, and distribution equipment. Creates visual information products in support of combat documentation, psychological operations, military intelligence, medical, public affairs, training, and other functions. Performs unit level maintenance on assigned equipment and PMCS on assigned vehicles and generators.
21BCombat Engineer
Corps of EngineersSupervise, serve, or assist as a member of a team, squad, section, or platoon; provide combat engineering support to combat forces; and operate Combat Engineer Vehicles (CEV), Armored Vehicle Launched Bridges (AVLB), and Armored Combat Earthmover (ACE).
21ZCombat Engineering Senior Sergeant
Corps of EngineersInspects and advises on bridging, rafting, and river crossing operations. Formulates and maintains construction schedules.
35HCommon Ground Station Operator
Military IntelligenceSupervises or participates in detecting, locating and tracking ground targets and rotary wing and slow moving fixed wing aircraft.
98HCommunications Locator/Interceptor
Military IntelligencePerforms and supervises detection, acquisition, identification, exploitation and location of foreign communications employing international Morse code (IMC) and radio-printer (non-Morse) using signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) collection and location equipment. Performs collection management.
21VConcrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator
Corps of EngineersSupervises or operates all equipment used in concrete and asphalt production and paving.
21HConstruction Engineering Supervisor
Corps of EngineersSupervises construction, repair, and utility services of buildings, warehouses, fixed bridges, port facilities, and petroleum pipelines, tanks, and related equipment.
91LConstruction Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on construction equipment which includes that used for earth-moving, grading, and compaction; lifting and loading; quarrying and rock crushing; asphalt and concrete mixing and surfacing; water pumping; air compression and pneumatic tools; and powered bridging.
21NConstruction Equipment Supervisor
Corps of EngineersSupervises construction equipment, quarry, paving, and plant equipment operations and crew maintenance of equipment.
02BCornet or Trumpet Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
31ECorrections Specialist
Military Police CorpsControls, supervises, and counsels military prisoners and manages confinement operations and correctional treatment programs.
351LCounter Intelligence Technician
Military IntelligenceThe Counter Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position which conducts investigations into potential acts of terrorism, espionage, or sabotage, against the Army, and works to prevent such acts. They also report such threats to commanders and their staff, and may also work with the Criminal Investigation Division, FBI, Department of Justice, and other federal or state agencies.
97ZCounterintelligence / Human Intelligence Senior Sergeant
Military IntelligenceSupervises the collection, processing, development, and dissemination of counterintelligence, counter-signals intelligence, and human intelligence information.
35LCounterintelligence Agent
Military IntelligenceSupervises and conducts, or assists in conducting, CI surveys and investigations of individuals, organizations, and installations to detect, identify, assess, counter, exploit, and neutralize threats to national security.
21FCrane Operator
Corps of EngineersOperates crawler and truckmounted cranes and crane shovels.
31DCriminal Investigation Special Agent
Military Police CorpsSupervises or conducts investigations of incidents and offenses or allegations of criminality affecting DA or DOD personnel, property, facilities, or activities.
35PCryptologic Communications
Military IntelligenceThe cryptologic linguist performs and supervises detection, acquisition, geolocation, identification, and exploitation and analysis of foreign communications at all echelons using signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) systems. The cryptologic linguist copies, translates, transcribes, gists and/or produces summaries of foreign communication transmissions; performs analysis and ISR synchronization to support mission requirements.
98GCryptologic Linguist
Military IntelligencePerforms and supervises detection, acquisition, location, identification, and exploitation of foreign communications at all echelons using signals equipment. Translates, transcribes, gists, or produces summaries of foreign language transmissions in English/target languages. Performs collection management.
63ODental Corps Officer
Medical Service CorpsA Dental Corps officer is responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Dental Corps Officer assists in the emergency medical management of casualties; identifies casualties through dental records and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their health.
68EDental Specialist
Medical Service CorpsAssists the dental officer in prevention, examination, and treatment of diseases of teeth and oral region, or assists with the management of dental treatment facilities.
21DDiver
Corps of EngineersSupervises or performs underwater reconnaissance, demolition, repair, and salvage.
14JEarly Warning System Operator
Air Defense ArtillerySupervises or serves as a member of a manual early warning network section, team, or platoon in operations and intelligence functions.
02UElectric Bass Guitar Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
98JElectronic Intelligence Interceptor/Analyst
Military IntelligencePerforms and supervises detection, acquisition, location, identification, exploitation, and reporting of foreign ELINT at division, corps, and echelon above corps (EAC). Performs collection management.
94WElectronic Maintenance Chief
Ordnance CorpsSupervises, monitors, and directs the electronics maintenance mission of the US Army, and oversees and performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance of all Army standard electronics equipment, systems, and associated devices, to include communications security (COMSEC) and controlled cryptographic items (CCI) devices.
29EElectronic Warfare Specialist
Military IntelligenceThe Electronic Warfare Specialist supervises and performs military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine, exploit, reduce, or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum.
12OEngineer Officer
Corps of EngineersAn Officer in the Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for providing support in full spectrum of engineer duties. Engineer Officers help the Army in building structures, developing civil works program, working with natural resources as well as providing combat support on the battlefield.
89DExplosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist
Ordnance CorpsLocates, identifies, renders safe, and disposes of foreign and domestic conventional, chemical, or nuclear ordnance and improvised explosive devices (IED); supports VIP missions for the US Secret Service, State Department, and other Federal agencies.
92SFabric Repair Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsRepairs and supervises repair of textile and canvas items, webbed equipment, and clothing.
13RField Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator
Field ArtilleryOperates or provides leadership in the operation of FA radar systems.
13WField Artillery Meteorological Crewmember
Field ArtilleryLead, supervise, or participate in the operation of a field artillery meteorological observation station.
13OField Artillery Officer
Field ArtilleryA Field Artillery Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Field Artillery Branch and to be an expert in the tactics, techniques and procedures for suppressing the enemy by cannon, rocket and missile fire and to help integrate all fire support assets into combined arms operations.
13ZField Artillery Senior Sergeant
Field ArtilleryLeads in the fire support, operations/intelligence, and target acquisition activities in a field artillery battalion, brigade, division artillery, or corps artillery.
13SField Artillery Surveyor
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as a member in field artillery survey operations.
13DField Artillery Tactical Data Systems Specialist
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as a member of an activity operating FATDS in a Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) battalion, battery, platoon in a field artillery cannon battalion or higher.
131AField Artillery Targeting Technician
Field ArtilleryThe Field Artillery Targeting Technician is a warrant officer position which provides information to a commander and his staff about all aspects of the Army's targeting methodologies and equipment. This officer may also be involve in the planning and execution of operations as well as coordinating those operations across units.
36BFinancial Management Technician
Finance CorpsThe finance management technician performs duties specific to the following financial management processes: budgeting, disbursing, and accounting for government funds; payment for travel and commercial vendor services; pay support of Soldiers and foreign national employees; and internal control operations.
45GFire Control System Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs direct and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on combat vehicle, infantry and artillery fire control systems and equipment, and related test equipment.
13FFire Support Specialist
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as in intelligence activities including target processing in FA cannon battalions, division artillery, artillery, and maneuver brigade and Corps headquarters and Fire Support Elements.
21MFirefighter
Corps of EngineersSupervises or performs firefighting, rescue, salvage and fire protection operations.
61NOFlight Surgeon
Medical Service CorpsA Flight Surgeon serves as the liaison between the medical and aviation commands, and has both clinical and non-clinical duties. The clinical duties involve providing primary medical care to all aviation and support personnel, as well as reviewing medical care provided by others and reviewing its impact on the flight status upon an individual, and performing aeromedical and in-flight evaluations. The non-clinical duties involve providing 24-hour on call service, establishing procedures for grounding of crewmen, monitoring the physical and mental health of all aviation personnel, and participate in Flying Evaluation Board (FEB) to determine if personnel are able to perform aviation duties.
02GFlute or Piccolo Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
92GFood Service Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or prepares, cooks, and serves food in field or garrison food service operations.
02DFrench Horn Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
63GFuel and Electrical Systems Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on fuel and electrical systems of wheel and track vehicles, brake system components, and on internal combustion engines associated with power generation equipment or material handling equipment.
21JGeneral Construction Equipment Operator
Corps of EngineersOperates air compressors and special purpose construction machines engaged in compaction, ditching, pumping, and auguring.
21XGeneral Engineering Supervisor
Corps of EngineersSupervises general engineering activities related to all construction and utility operations.
96RGround Surveillance Systems Operator
Military IntelligenceSupervises or operates ground surveillance systems engaged in intelligence and information gathering.
02TGuitar Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
68WHealth Care Specialist
Combat MedicProvides emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, force health protection, and evacuation in a variety of operational and clinical settings from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military health care.
21EHeavy Construction Equipment Operator
Corps of EngineersOperates crawler and wheeled tractors with dozer attachments, scoop loader, motorized grader, and towed or self-propelled scraper.
63SHeavy-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic
Ordnance CorpsPerforms unit maintenance on heavy-wheel vehicles (prime movers designated as more than 5 tons and their associated trailers) and material handling equipment (MHE).
68MHospital Food Service Specialist
Medical Service CorpsAssists in the supervision of medical nutrition care operations, or plans, prepares, cooks, and serves food for regular and modified diets in field and fixed hospitals.
351MHuman Intelligence Collection Technician
Military IntelligenceHuman Intelligence Collection Technician (HUMINT Collection Technician) is a warrant officer position which is responsible for the gathering of intelligence from human sources. HUMINT Technicians interrogate and debrief (as per Uniform Code of Military Justice, and other applicable regulations and agreements) personnel, as well developing plans for effective interrogation and constructing and delivering reports based on their findings.
35MHuman Intelligence Collector
Military IntelligenceSupervises and conducts tactical HUMINT collection operations that include, but are not limited to, debriefings, interrogations, and elicitations in English and foreign languages for positive intelligence and force protection information; screens Human Intelligence (HUMINT) sources and documents to establish priorities for exploitation; under CI supervision, plans and participates in counterintelligence and Force Protection Operations (CFSO).
42BOHuman Resources Officer
Adjutant General's CorpsAs an Adjutant General Officer, you will be responsible for providing personnel support that affect Soldiers’ overall welfare and well being, while assisting commanders by accounting for and keeping Soldiers combat-ready.
42AHuman Resources Specialist
Adjutant General's CorpsThe human resources specialist supervises or performs personnel and administrative functions in support of company, battery, and troop; detachments at division, corps, and echelons above corps; in brigade and battalion S1's or in other similar organizations, activities and units; and advises the commander, the staff, and unit Soldiers on human resource matters. The human resources specialist also participates in occupational classification and management of human resources or supervises personnel management of human resources or supervises personnel management activities to include maintaining officer and enlisted personnel records and processing personnel actions concerning soldiers and their families.
420AHuman Resources Technician
Adjutant General's CorpsHuman Resources Technician is a warrant officer position which supports the Army's Human Resources/Personnel Management systems through a variety of functions. They perform duties such as: preparing correspondence to both civilian and military organizations, monitor office documents (word processing, spreadsheets, etc), monitors personnel strength and casualties, counsels individuals on personal, financial, and career matters, supervises administrative personnel, and many other vital duties.
35GImagery Analyst
Military IntelligenceSupervises or analyzes aerial and ground permanent record imagery developed by photographic and electronic means. Plans and recommends the use of imaging sensors for reconnaissance and surveillance missions.
350GImagery Intelligence Technician
Military IntelligenceImagery Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position that is responsible for providing expertise and leadership in geographic intelligence (GEOINT). They may act as the officer in charge of a team performing imagery analysis on a variety of still or video images, such as satellites and other national-level assets, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or cockpit video from an aircraft. In addition to identifying terrain, equipment, movement and any other potential threats, they may also perform intelligence briefings of the information they uncover.
11CIndirect Fire Infantryman
InfantrySupervise or be a member of a mortar squad, section, or platoon. Employs crew and individual weapons in offensive, defensive, and retrograde ground combat tactical operations.
11OInfantry Officer
InfantryAn Infantry Officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the Infantry and to lead others in all areas of land combat.
11ZInfantry Senior Sergeant
InfantryServes as principal NCO in the operations section of combined arms or infantry brigades and higher level organizations. Provides tactical and technical guidance and professional support to subordinates and makes recommendations to superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
11BInfantryman
InfantrySupervises, leads, or serves as a member of an infantry activity that employs individual or crew served weapons in support of offensive and defensive combat operations.
30AOInformation Operations Officer
Functional AreaThe Information Operations Officer is responsible for coordinating, planning and integrating both offensive and defensive Information Operations to gain information superiority in support of the commander's operational concept. Information Operations is integral to every phase of Army and joint planning and operations by linking operational security, psychological operations, deception, electronic warfare, and physical destruction with civil and public affairs capabilities.
25YInformation Systems Chief
Signal CorpsSupervises, plans coordinates and directs the employment, operation, management, and unit level maintenance of multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems in mobile and fixed facilities. Provides technical and tactical advice to command and staff concerning all aspects of information processing system operations, maintenance, and logistical support. Supervises installation, operation, strapping, re-strapping, PMCS and unit level maintenance on COMSEC devices.
255AInformation Systems Technician
Signal CorpsInformation Systems Technician is a warrant officer position responsible for managing information systems associated with Automated Information Systems (AIS) and Internet Protocol (IP) Local Area Networks (LAN). They also develop, install, manage and supervise information systems, as well as instruct and advise commanders and their staff on the successful implementation of such systems.
25BInformation Technologies Specialist
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, operates, and performs unit level maintenance on multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems, peripheral equipment, and associated devices in mobile and fixed facilities; performs analyst functions; constructs, edits, and tests computer system programs; conducts data system studies and prepares documentation/specifications for proposals; operates and performs Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.
94YIntegrated Family of Test Equipment Operator and Maintainer
Ordnance CorpsOperates, performs, and supervises unit, direct support, and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the Base Shop Test Facility (BSTF), AN/TSM–191. Performs DS/ GS level electronic maintenance, adjustments, tests, fault isolation, and repairs of supported system line replaceable units (LRU), shop replaceable units (SRU), and test program sets (TPS). Operates and performs preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.
35FIntelligence Analyst
Military IntelligenceSupervises, performs, or coordinates, collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence.
96ZIntelligence Senior Sergeant
Military IntelligenceSupervises intelligence surveillance, collection, analysis, processing, and distribution activities at group, division, corps, US Army, and comparable or higher echelons.
21RInterior Electrician
Corps of EngineersSupervises or performs installation and maintenance of interior electrical systems and equipment.
27OJag Corps Attorney
Adjutant General's CorpsAs an Officer in the JAGC and a practicing attorney, your responsibilities will cover everything affecting military operations, focusing on the following areas: criminal law, legal assistance, civil and administrative law, labor and employment law, international and operational law, and contract and fiscal law.
02NKeyboard Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
94ALand Combat Electrician
Ordnance CorpsSupervises, operates, and performs unit and direct support and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on Land Combat Support Systems.
27ELand Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises or performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the TOW and DRAGON missile systems and the Bradley Fighting Vehicle System (BFVS).
57ELaundry & Shower Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or performs laundry, shower, delousing, personnel and clothing decontamination, and re-impregnation functions.
63BLight-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline and diesel fueled light-wheel vehicles (prime movers designated as 5 ton or less and their associated trailers) and associated items. Supervises unit maintenance and recovery operations on track and heavy-wheel vehicles, and on material handling equipment (MHE).
21LLithographer
Corps of EngineersOperates and performs operator maintenance on offset duplicators/presses, copy cameras, plate making, and various types of bindery and film processing equipment. Supervises and performs all printing and binding, camera operations, layout, and plate making activities.
90AOLogistics Officer
Functional AreaA Logistics Officer keeps a unit moving. They are responsible for planning, developing, and directing the logistical operations of a unit. This position also requires the officer to have experience in integrating the functions of supply, transportation, maintenance, aviation logistics, and medical service into a cohesive unit.
63AM1 ABRAMS Systems Maintainer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit maintenance and select on-board direct support tasks i.e., major assembly replacement on M1 tanks to include the turret and fire control.
19KM1 Armor Crewman
ArmorLeads, supervises, or serves as a member of M1 armor unit in offensive and defensive combat operations. In addition, serves or assists on staffs at battalion or higher level.
63MM2/3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit maintenance and select on-board direct support task i.e., major assembly and LRU replacement on the M2/M3 A1/A2 series Bradley fighting vehicle, M6 Linebacker, and M7 Bradley Fighting Infantry Support Team (hull and turret).
44EMachinist
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs the fabrication, repair, and modifications of metallic and nonmetallic parts and supervises metalworking shop activities.
63ZMechanical Maintenance Supervisor
Ordnance CorpsSupervises, plans, coordinates, and directs the unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance of all mechanical equipment.
62OMedical Corps Officer
Medical Service CorpsAs a Medical Service Corps officer, you will be responsible for providing health care to soldiers, their families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community. During combat, the Medical Corps Officer oversees the emergency medical management of casualties and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their overall health.
68KMedical Laboratory Specialist
Medical Service CorpsPerforms blood-banking procedures and elementary and advanced examinations of biological and environmental specimens to aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and other medical disorders.
68JMedical Logistics Specialist
Medical Service CorpsPerforms or supervises requisitioning, receipt, inventory management, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction stock control, quality control, property management, repair parts management, inspection, packing and shipping, care, segregation, and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.
70HMedical Operations Officer
Medical Service CorpsA Medical Operations Officer plans and directs the activities of personnel and units responsible for inventory management of all Class VIII medical supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also directs and exercises staff supervision of units engaged in production, acquisition, storage, and distribution of medical equipment, repair parts, and supplies. The Medical Operations Officer also serves as an advisor to commanders and their staffs on the subject of supporting Health Services operations.
67OMedical Service Corps Officer
Medical Service CorpsMedical Service Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. They are also responsible for much of the medical research that takes place in the Army.
65OMedical Specialist Corps Officer
Medical Service CorpsMedical Specialist Corps Officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families. From medical fields such as occupational therapy and physical therapy to dietician and physician assistant, the Army Medical Specialist Corps includes four areas of specialty:
15UMedium Helicopter Repairer
AviationSupervises and performs maintenance on medium helicopters, excluding repair of systems components.
68XMental Health Specialist
Medical Service CorpsUnder the supervision of a psychiatrist, social worker, psychiatric nurse, or psychologist, assists with the management and treatment in/out-patient mental health activities during peace time or mobilization; collects and records psychosocial and physical data; counsels and treats clients/ patients with personal, behavioral, or mental health problems.
44BMetal Worker
Ordnance CorpsSupervises, inspects, installs, modifies, and performs maintenance on metal body components, radiators, fuel tanks, hulls, and accessories of Army watercraft and amphibians.
25PMicrowave Systems Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, operates, and maintains microwave communications systems, associated antennas, multiplexing, and COMSEC equipment. Performs engineering quality control and continuity testing of circuits, trunks, links, systems, and facilities.
35OMilitary Intelligence Officer
Military IntelligenceMilitary Intelligence Officers are always out front, providing essential intelligence and in many cases saving Soldiers who are fighting on the front lines.
35TMilitary Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator
Military IntelligenceSupervises or performs unit, direct support, and general support and depot maintenance of Command/Control subsystems, receiver subsystems, and processing/storage subsystems and related equipment at fixed station, remote sites, and US Army depots.
31BMilitary Police
Military Police CorpsSupervise or provide support to the battlefield by conducting battlefield circulation control, area security, prisoner of war operations, civilian internee operations, law and order operations on the battlefield, and support to the peacetime Army community through security of critical Army resources, crime prevention programs, and preservation of law and order.
31OMilitary Police Officer
Military Police CorpsAs a Military Police Officer you will be charged with leading soldiers in the execution of offensive operations, defensive operations, stability operations, and civil support operations.
882AMobility Officer
Transportation CorpsThe Mobility Officer is a warrant officer position which is responsible for planning and executing unit movement and distribution operations. They may also prepare both deployment and redeployment plans, conduct training in unit movement operations, and advise commanders and their staff in conducting unit movement operations.
92MMortuary Affairs Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsPerforms or supervises duties relating to deceased personnel to include recovery, collection, evacuation, establishment of tentative identification, escort, and temporary burial. They also inventory, safeguard, and evacuate personal effects of deceased personnel.
88MMotor Transport Operator
Transportation CorpsSupervises or operates wheel vehicles to transport personnel and cargo.
25QMultichannel Transmission Systems Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervise, install, operate, and perform unit level maintenance on multichannel line-of-sight and tropospheric scatter communications systems, communications security (COMSEC) devices, and associated equipment. Operates and performs preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles. Installs, operates, and performs PMCS on power generators.
25MMultimedia Illustrator
Signal CorpsSupervises, plans, or operates manual, mechanical, and electronic multimedia imaging equipment to integrate armament delivery recordings and various visual information products to report combat and non-combat Army, Joint, and Combined operations. Creates illustrations, layouts, map overlays, posters, graphs, and charts, in support of battlefield operations, psychological operations, military intelligence, medical, public affairs, and training functions. Performs unit level maintenance on assigned equipment and PMCS on assigned vehicles and generators
13MMultiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Crewmember
Field ArtillerySupervises or serves as a member of an MLRS crew or section.
13PMultiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Operations/Fire Detection Specialist
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as a member of a MLRS fire direction center or firing platoon headquarters.
27MMultiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises or performs direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) self-propelled launcher-loader (SPLL) (less carrier), launcher pod/container (LP/C) trainer, and test support group.
25FNetwork Switching Systems Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, operates, and performs systems maintenance on large and small electronic switches, system control centers, node management facilities, associated multiplexing and combat net radio interface (CNRI) equipment, short range line of sight radio systems, communications security (COMSEC) devices, and other equipment associated with network switching operations.
25NNodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer
Signal CorpsThe Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer supervises, installs, operates, and performs field level maintenance on IP-based high speed electronic nodal systems; integrated network control centers; network management facilities; associated multiplexing and transit cased subscriber interface equipment; Communications Security (COMSEC) devices; and other equipment associated with network nodal operations. Performs network management functions in support of maintaining, troubleshooting and re-engineering of nodal assets as needed in support of operational requirements.
66ONurse Corps Officer
Medical Service Corpss an Officer in the Army Nurse Corps, you will lead a nursing team in caring for Soldiers and their families. You will be responsible for and address all aspects of patient care, including initiating and coordinating multidisciplinary care. You'll also identify and organize resources for patients and their families to help with inpatient, outpatient and home care.
02HOboe Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
15JOH-58D Armament, Electrical, Avionics Sytems Repairer
AviationSupervise, inspect, and perform aviation unit, intermediate, and depot maintenance and repairs on the OH-58D armament, electrical, and avionics systems to include the electrical, electronic, mechanical, and pneudraulics systems associated with those systems.
15SOH-58D Helicopter Repairer
AviationSupervises and performs maintenance on OH-58D helicopters, excluding repair of systems components.
68DOperating Room Specialist
Medical Service CorpsAssists the nursing staff in preparing the patient and the operating room (OR) environment for surgery and for providing assistance to the medical staff during surgical procedures. They also operate the centralized material service (CMS) and are responsible for preparing and maintaining sterile medical supplies and special equipment for medical treatment facilities. The operating room specialist also assists in the management of OR suites.
68HOptical Laboratory Specialist
Medical Service CorpsAssembles spectacles utilizing presurfaced single-vision lenses; surfaces multi-vision lens and assembles multi-vision spectacles; repairs and fabricates spectacles and supervises optical laboratory personnel.
91OOrdnance Officer
Ordnance CorpsOrdnance Officers are responsible for ensuring that all weapons systems, vehicles, and equipment are ready and available--and in perfect working order--at all times. An Ordnance Officer will also manage the developing, testing, fielding, handling, storage and disposal of munitions.
92RParachute Rigger
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or packs and repairs cargo and personnel parachutes, and rigs equipment and supply containers for airdrop.
27DParalegal Specialist
Adjutant General's CorpsParalegal specialists administer and supervise the provision of paralegal services to unit commanders and staff and assist judge advocates/attorneys in providing professional paralegal services in diverse paralegal disciplines, including: organizational paralegal services (military justice, paralegal assistance, claims, administrative law, international law, operational law, and contract law); defense paralegal services; and judicial paralegal services.
68GPatient Administration Specialist
Medical Service CorpsSupervises or performs administrative duties in patient administration division of hospital or other medical activity.
14EPATRIOT Fire Control Enhanced Operator and Maintainer
Air Defense ArtillerySupervise or serve in an air defense unit or as a member of an air defense activity engaged in operations or intelligence functions of liaison units.
94SPATRIOT System Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on the PATRIOT missile system, associated equipment and trainers.
02MPercussion Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
92LPetroleum Laboratory Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or conducts laboratory tests on petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) products.
92FPetroleum Supply Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or receives, stores, accounts for, cares for, dispenses, issues, and ships bulk or packaged petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) products.
68QPharmacy Specialist
Medical Service CorpsPrepares, controls, and issues pharmaceutical products under the supervision of a pharmacist or physician, or supervises pharmacy activities.
21KPlumber
Corps of EngineersInstalls and repairs pipe systems and fixtures, and petroleum pipeline systems.
52DPower-Generation Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit, direct support, and general support (DS/GS) maintenance functions, including overhaul, but not rebuild of power generation equipment, internal combustion engines, and associated equipment up through 200KW (except for turbine engine driven generators).
68SPreventive Medicine Specialist
Medical Service CorpsConducts or assists with preventive medicine inspections, surveys, control operations, and preventive medicine laboratory procedures, supervises preventive medicine facilities, or serves on preventive medicine staff.
21PPrime Power Production Specialist
Corps of EngineersSupervises, operates, installs, and maintains electric power plant and associated auxiliary systems and equipment.
920AProperty Accounting Technician
Quartermaster CorpsProperty Accounting Technician is a warrant officer position responsible for property accountability, all requisitions are valid, and locating standard and non-standard supplies and equipment through military and other channels. They are also responsible for preventing fraud and waste, providing input into annual budget, and monitoring supply chains to ensure compliance with Army and other policies.
37FPsychological Operations Specialist
Psychological OperationsCoordinates, supervises, and participates in analysis, planning, production, and dissemination of strategic, tactical, and consolidation PSYOP.
46ZPublic Affairs Chief
Adjutant General's CorpsSupervise radio and television broadcasting, Army command information, and public affairs programs. Must be able to supervise personnel performing the duties of Army MOS 46Q and 46R at skill “5” and below.
46QPublic Affairs Specialist
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates in and assists with the supervision of the administration of Army public affairs programs, primarily through writing and photographing the Army’s activities, for use in the internal and external news media.
21GQuarrying Specialist
Corps of EngineersSupervises or operates electric, pneumatic, and internal combustion powered machines used in drilling, crushing, grading, and cleaning gravel and rock, or detonates explosives to blast rock in quarries and at construction sites.
63JQuartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises or performs unit and direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on chemical equipment, quartermaster machinery, forced air-heaters, and special purpose equipment.
92OQuartermaster Officer
Quartermaster CorpsQuartermaster Officers are responsible for making sure equipment, materials and systems are available and functioning for soldiers and their mission.
94MRadar Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises unit, direct, and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on Ground Based Sensor (GBS) and FIREFINDER radar electronic assemblies and associated equipment.
94ERadio and Communications Security Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance of radio receivers, transmitters, COM-SEC equipment, controlled cryptographic items (CCI), and other associated equipment.
25CRadio Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervise, install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) and unit level maintenance on assigned amplitude modulation (AM) radios, Enhanced Position Locating and Reporting System (EPLRS) net control stations, radio teletypewriter assemblages, and Army Special Operations communications systems, to include COMSEC devices and associated equipment. Operates manual or automated communications systems. Operates and performs PMCS on assigned vehicles and power generators.
68PRadiology Specialist
Medical Service CorpsOperates fixed and portable radiology equipment or supervises radiology activities.
79RRecruiter NCO
Adjutant General's CorpsRecruits qualified personnel for entry into the Army in accordance with applicable regulations, supervises recruiting and recruiting support activities.
79TRecruiting and Retention NCO
Adjutant General's CorpsRecruits and retains qualified soldiers for entry into the Army National Guard in accordance with applicable regulations. Supervises recruiting and retention activities.
68VRespiratory Specialist
Medical Service CorpsAssists with the management of a respiratory unit or administers respiratory therapy and performs pulmonary function tests under the supervision of a physician or nurse anesthetist.
79SRetention NCO
Adjutant General's CorpsCounsels and/or reenlist or extends qualified soldiers in the Army and supervises retention activities
25SSatellite Communication Systems Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, operates, and maintains strategic and tactical multi-channel satellite communications ground terminals, systems, networks, communication security (COMSEC) devices, and associated equipment. Operates and performs preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on assigned communications equipment, vehicles, and power generators.
25TSatellite/Microwave Systems Chief
Signal CorpsPlans and supervises the configuration, operation, and maintenance of microwave communications and technical control facilities, satellite operations control systems, large satellite earth terminals, and transportable satellite systems. Provides technical advice to commanders on the integration of telecommunications systems and networks for tactical, strategic, and commercial communications activities.
02LSaxophone Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
45DSelf-propelled Field Artillery Turret Mechanic
Ordnance CorpsPerforms unit maintenance of carriage-mounted armament, associated fire control, and related systems on all self-propelled field artillery weapon systems.
94ZSenior Electronic Maintenance Chief
Ordnance CorpsPlans and directs electronic maintenance operations at all levels of command and echelons of the US Army.
42HOSenior Human Resources Officer
Adjutant General's CorpsThe duties of a Senior Human Resources Officer are much the same as the duties of a Human Resources Officer, but Army MOS 42HO is for officers of the rank Major or above.
92ZSenior Noncommissioned Logistician
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises soldiers engaged in supply, services, material management, and logistics operations.
25XSenior Signal Sergeant
Signal CorpsPlans, develops, coordinates, directs, and supervises the installation, operation and management of integrated C2 telecommunications and information management networks. Writes Command and Control Communications policy. Provides technical advice and assistance to commanders, staff, and subordinate units. Coordinates Signal activities with higher, lower and adjacent headquarters.
25OSignal Officer
Signal CorpsA Signal Corps Officer, then, must be an expert in planning, installing, integrating, operating and maintaining the Army's voice, data and information systems, services and resources. Signal Officers must be highly intelligent, forward-thinking and have a complete knowledge of these various technologies.
25USignal Support Systems Specialist
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, employs, maintains, troubleshoots, and assists users with battlefield Signal support systems and terminal devices. Integrates Signal systems and networks. Performs unit level maintenance on authorized Signal equipment and associated electronic devices. Trains and provides technical assistance to users of Signal equipment. Operates and performs prevent maintenance checks and service (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.
98KSignals Collection/Identification Analyst
Military IntelligencePerforms and supervises collection, identification, exploitation, and analysis of foreign radioteletype, facsimile, and data communications. Performs collection management.
35NSignals Intelligence Analyist
Military IntelligenceThe Signals Intelligence Analyst supervises and performs analysis and reporting of intercepted foreign communications and non-communications at all echelons. Assist in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Synchronization process. Produces combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence reports.
98CSignals Intelligence Analyst
Military IntelligenceSupervises and performs analysis and reporting of intercepted foreign communications at corps, division and echelon above corps (EAC). Performs collection management. Produces combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence reports.
98ZSignals Intelligence Senior Sergeant
Military IntelligenceServes as staff NCO for major commands engaged in Signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) operations and combat development or training.
254ASignals Systems Technician
Signal CorpsSignal Systems Technician is a warrant officer job which is responsible for integrating and supervising Army Battlefield Control Systems, Local Area Networks, radio systems in tactical units, and other Communications Security (COMSEC) facilities. They may also provide technical assistance, implement tactical data distribution and radio systems, and oversee COMSEC accounts.
57AOSimulations Operations Officer
Functional AreaSimulations Operations Officers are tasked with planning and employing simulations systems in support of training, and combat rehearsal. They may also be responsible for developing doctrine and equipment for the FA57 operations, developing and operating the simulation technology, and assist with simulation systems development.
45BSmall Arms/Artillery Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance and repairs on small arms, other infantry weapons, and towed artillery.
42SSpecial Band Member
Adjutant General's CorpsPerforms as a musician or in direct support of the mission of The U.S. Army Band, U.S. Army Field Band, U.S. Military Academy Band, or the 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) Fife and Drum Corps.
94FSpecial Electronic Devices Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance and repair on special electronic devices, including: night vision equipment, mine detectors, scattering systems, electronic distance and azimuth orienting devices, battlefield illumination devices, electronic azimuth determining devices, and nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) warning and measuring devices.
18FSpecial Forces Assistant Operations & Intelligence Sergeant
Special ForcesEmploys conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in intelligence collection and processing. Trains and maintains proficiency in all major duties. Provides tactical and technical guidance to the Detachment Commander, indigenous and allied personnel. Plans, organizes, trains, advises, assists and supervises indigenous and allied personnel on collection and processing of intelligence information. Performs intelligence and operational duties when task organized in preparation (isolation) for special missions and during operations.
18ESpecial Forces Communications Sergeant
Special ForcesEmploys conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in communications.
18CSpecial Forces Engineer Sergeant
Special ForcesEmploys conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in combat engineering and maintains detachment engineer equipment and supplies.
18DSpecial Forces Medical Sergeant
Special ForcesEmploys conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in providing medical care and treatment.
18OSpecial Forces Officer
Special ForcesA Special Forces Officer is responsible for what is typically organized as a 12-man team, known as an Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA).
18ZSpecial Forces Senior Sergeant
Special ForcesSupervises, instructs, and serves as the senior enlisted member for SF activities. Trains and maintains proficiency in all major duties associated with Special Forces.
180WSpecial Forces Warrant Officer
Special ForcesManages all aspects of Special Forces Operations in all operational environments. Supports Joint and Army strategic, operational, and tactical requirements at all levels of execution as concerns mission planning, development, and execution of special operations worldwide. Responsible for the conduct of unconventional warfare, intelligence collection and strategic reconnaissance, collective security, strike operations, and counter terrorism operations. Supports psychological, civil affairs, and deception requirements; and the conduct of other missions, relative to special forces capabilities, as directed.
18BSpecial Forces Weapons Sergeant
Special ForcesEmploys conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in individual and small unit infantry operations.
52XSpecial Purpose Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises the performance of unit, direct support and general support (DS/GS) special purpose equipment maintenance activities. Performs maintenance management activities, including production and quality control.
920BSupply Systems Technician
Quartermaster CorpsSupply Systems Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for supervising personnel on supply systems policy and procedures. They are also responsible for managing the receipt, storage, and issue of equipment, inspecting supported units for supply performance standards, providing technical guidance, and conducting periodic inventories of items.
53AOSystems Automation Management Officer
Functional AreaA Systems Automation Management Officer supervises information processing units as well as the installation and activities of those units. They also advise a commander and his staff on effective automation policy and implementation. In addition, they also formulate procedures for contingency operation during system emergencies, outages, or maintenance downtime.
13CTactical Automated Fire Control Systems (TAFCS) Specialist
Field ArtilleryLeads, supervises, or serves as a member of an activity operating tactical fire direction TAFCS equipment in a field artillery cannon battalion or higher unit.
96UTactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator
Military IntelligenceSupervises or operates the TUAV, to include mission planning, mission sensor/payload operations, launching, remotely piloting, and recovering the aerial vehicle.
21TTechnical Engineering Specialist
Corps of EngineersSupervises or participates in construction site development to include technical investigation, surveying, drafting, development of construction plans and specifications, and performing quality control inspections.
94JTelecommunication Terminal Device Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance of microcomputers and electro-mechanical telecommunications terminal equipment, facsimile machines, Field Artillery (FA) digital devices, and other associated equipment and devices.
25WTelecommunications Operations Chief
Signal CorpsPlans, coordinates, configures, directs, integrates, and supervises the installation, operation, maintenance, and management of telecommunications systems and networks. Oversees information systems support functions for command, control, communications, and computers (C4) used at all echelons of the Army. The Telecommunications Operations Chief serves in Signal and other special communications activities.
25DTelecommunications Operator - Maintainer
Signal CorpsSupervises, installs, operates, and performs unit level maintenance on manual and automated telecommunications equipment centrals and associated peripheral devices. Performs Information Service Support Office (ISSO) duties of printing, publications, and records management. Performs COMSEC Custodian functions. Operates and performs Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles and power generators.
94HTest, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Support Specialist
Ordnance CorpsPerforms and supervises duties involving the calibration and repair of general purpose TMDE, selected special purpose TMDE, calibration standards, and accessories. Operates TMDE and calibration standards. Operates and performs preventive maintenance and checks and services (PMCS) on assigned vehicles. Installs, operates, and performs PMCS on power generators.
21UTopographic Analyst
Corps of EngineersSupervises and/or performs cartographic and terrain analysis duties; collects and processes military geographic information from remote sensed imagery, digital data, intelligence data, existing topographic products, and other collateral data sources; edits cartographic and terrain analysis products; advises command and staff officers on topographic operations and special map product planning.
21YTopographic Engineering Supervisor
Corps of EngineersSupervises topographic surveying, cartography and photolithography activities.
21STopographic Surveyor
Corps of EngineersSupervises or conducts surveys to provide control data for map making and/or artillery support and supervises or performs topographic or geodetic computations.
63YTrack Vehicle Mechanic
Ordnance CorpsPerforms unit maintenance on track vehicles in other than self-propelled field artillery, armored, mechanized infantry, and armored cavalry units.
63HTrack Vehicle Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on track vehicles; supervises maintenance on wheeled vehicles, material handling equipment (MHE), and chemical quartermaster equipment (less office machines); and supervises related activities including fuel and electrical system repair and maintenance.
21QTransmission and Distribution Specialist
Corps of EngineersSupervises or installs and maintains electrical distribution systems; performs duties as a member of a transmission and distribution team.
88NTransportation Management Coordinator
Transportation CorpsCoordinates, monitors, controls and supervises the movement of personnel, equipment, and cargo by air, rail, highway, and water. Determines the most efficient mode of transport that accomplishes mission requirements.
88OTransportation Officer
Transportation CorpsTransportation Officers are responsible for moving supplies, troops and equipment anywhere on the globe. During war, the Transportation personnel utilizes trucks, boats and airplanes to provide extremely fast support to the combat teams on the front lines.
88ZTransportation Senior Sergeant
Transportation CorpsSupervises the operation and control of movement for personnel and cargo by air, rail, motor transport, and water.
02ETrombone Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
02FTuba Player
Adjutant General's CorpsParticipates as a musician in a military band and supervises an instrumental section.
52FTurbine Engine Driven Generator Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms and supervises unit, direct support, and general support (DS/GS) maintenance functions, including overhaul (but not rebuild) of turbine engine driven tactical generator sets, turbine engine prime mover of tactical generator set and associated equipment.
15TUH-60 Helicopter Repairer
AviationSupervises and performs maintenance on UH-60 helicopters, excluding repair of systems components.
92YUnit Supply Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or performs duties involving requests, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment.
52CUtilities Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsSupervises and performs unit, direct support, and general support (DS/GS) maintenance to include utilities equipment and special purpose support systems.
15MUtility Helicopter Repairer
AviationSupervises and performs maintenance on UH-1 helicopters, excluding repair of systems components.
64OVeterinary Corps Officer
Veterinary CorpsVeterinary Corps officers are responsible for treating government-owned animals and the valued pets of service members and their families. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are also responsible for programs ensuring the safety and security of Department of Defense food supplies, both here and abroad.
68RVeterinary Food Inspection Specialist
Medical Service CorpsSupervises the inspection of, or inspects, meat, poultry, water foods, eggs, dairy products, operational rations, fresh fruits, and vegetables in depots, supply points, and on military installations to assure a safe, high quality food supply for DoD personnel in all environments with emphasis on the field wartime environment.
25ZVisual Information Operations Chief
Signal CorpsPlans, programs, and supervises personnel performing visual information support for Army, Joint, and Combined operations. Manages documentation/production, multimedia illustration, television production and distribution, and VI equipment repair operations and facilities supporting combat documentation, psychological operations, military intelligence, public affairs, training, and special functions. Supervises PMCS on assigned vehicles and power generators.
352PVoice Interception Technician
Military IntelligenceVoice Interception Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for conducting and directing Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) personnel on correct techniques, procedures, and employment of IEW assets. In addition, they may also advise commanders and their staff on the most effective way to employ IEW assets.
92WWater Treatment Specialist
Quartermaster CorpsSupervises or performs installation and operation of water purification equipment, water storage, and water distribution operations and activities.
88LWatercraft Engineer
Transportation CorpsSupervises or performs unit, direct support (DS), and general support (GS) maintenance. Services Army watercraft, amphibians and auxiliary equipment on marine vessels.
88KWatercraft Operator
Transportation CorpsPerforms mariner duties and supervises other personnel on Army watercraft and amphibians.
63WWheel Vehicle Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on wheel vehicles, material handling equipment (MHE) (less propulsion motor on electrical MHE), trailers, and associated items.
94NWire Systems Equipment Repairer
Ordnance CorpsPerforms or supervises direct and general support (DS/GS) level maintenance on manual and semiautomatic unit level switchboards, telephones, and associated wire instruments and equipment.