CTI Cryptologic Technician, Interpretive

CTI MOS
Name: Cryptologic Technician, Interpretive
Branch: Navy
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Translates, filters, and analyzes routine foreign language intercepted communications. NOTE: Not all the competencies and knowledge associated with the rating were evaluated. Many of the duties required for this rating involve highly classified materials, equipment, and activities.

Specialize in the analysis of foreign language materials and the preparation of statistical studies and technical reports. Language training is open to men and women in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Persian-Farsi, Russian, and Spanish. Operating sophisticated state-of-the-art electronic radio receivers, magnetic recording devices, computer terminals and associated peripherals in the communications signals environment; operating sophisticated, computer-assisted information systems; working with classified material; translating, interpreting and transcribing foreign language communications data; analyzing and reporting highly technical information of strategic and tactical importance to fleet commanders and national intelligence agencies; performing temporary duty aboard a variety of naval surface and subsurface vessels and aircraft.

E4-E6; Able to perform the duties required by E1-E3; Possesses advanced abilities in at least one foreign language; translates, filters, and analyzes routine intercepted communications; maintains logs, records, files, and publications; operates recording equipment.

E7-E9; Able to perform the duties required E4-E6; Supervises division-level foreign language processing activities; establishes and maintains a quality control system for processing and reporting functions; prepares plans to ensure coverage of intercepted messages.

7441 CWO – Information Warfare Technician

7441 MOS
Name: CWO – Information Warfare Technician
Branch: Navy
Rank: Warrant Officer

Duties

Information Warfare Technician An officer of the Regular Navy whose permanent status is Warrant Officer.

Supervises development and distribution of work schedules; Develops standard schedules for repeat-type work items and alterations; Aids shops in resolving scheduling conflicts; Analyzes workload and manpower requirements to maintain proper balance.

Same as default tasks.

7233 CWO – Engineering Technician

7233 MOS
Name: CWO – Engineering Technician
Branch: Navy
Rank: Warrant Officer

Duties

Engineering Technician (Submarine). An Officer of the Regular Navy who is on the retired list.

7245 CWO – Repair Technician

7245 MOS
Name: CWO – Repair Technician
Branch: Navy
Rank: Warrant Officer

Duties

Repair Technician (Submarine). An officer of the Naval Reserve.

Furnishes design and test engineering services for propulsion and heat exchange equipment, including main engines, turbines, bearings, reduction gears, shafting, propellers, auxiliaries, boilers, condensers, distilling plants, pumps, blowers, refrigerating plants.

Same as default tasks.

7297 CWO – Submarine Communication Technician

7297 MOS
Name: CWO – Submarine Communication Technician
Branch: Navy
Rank: Warrant Officer

Duties

Submarine Communication Technician. An officer of the Naval Reserve on active duty in the FTS Program (Full Time Support) [Includes officers of the FTS Program rotated to other than FTS billets].

7498 CWO – Security

7498 MOS
Name: CWO – Security
Branch: Navy
Rank: Warrant Officer

Duties

Officer technical specialists in matters of law enforcement, physical security, and corrections. They plan, organize, and supervise physical security programs aboard naval ships and activities; establish and maintain access/egress systems providing for detection/prevention of sabotage and theft; plan and direct law enforcement programs to include aggressive contraband control initiatives; and supervise operation of brigs afloat. An officer of the Naval Reserve who was appointed in the Naval Reserve Integration Program from enlisted status or whose permanent status is Warrant Officer or enlisted.

1447 RL – Engineering Duty Officer – Ship Engineering

1447 MOS
Name: RL – Engineering Duty Officer – Ship Engineering
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

The Engineering Duty Officer Community ensures that U.S. Naval and Joint Forces operate and fight with the most capable platforms possible. Naval Engineers are involved with the design, acquisition, construction, repair, maintenance, conversion, overhaul, and disposal of ships, submarines, and aircraft carriers. An officer of the Naval Reserve on active duty in the FTS Program (Full Time Support) [Includes officers of the FTS Program rotated to other than FTS billets].

Naval Engineers are involved with the design, acquisition, construction, repair, maintenance, conversion, overhaul, and disposal of ships, submarines, and aircraft carriers. Earn Masters degree in Engineering.

Same as Mid-level Officers.