1917 URL – Prospective Medical Corps Officer (Senior Medical Student)

1917 MOS
Name: URL – Prospective Medical Corps Officer (Senior Medical Student)
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

An Unrestricted Line Officer under instruction as a prospective Medical Corps officer (Senior Medical Student). 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].

Performs duties of default tasks; applies supply policies to operation of department.

Determines demand in accordance with mission and standard allowance lists; approves requisitions, balance sheets and summaries; directs receiving, storage, inventory control, issue and salvage of material; oversees procurement and sale of goods and services.

Same as Mid-level tasks.

1185 URL – Special Warfare

1185 MOS
Name: URL – Special Warfare
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

Unrestricted Line Officer who is in training for Special Warfare qualification. An officer of the Naval Reserve.

A comprehensive training process prepares you for the extreme physical and mental challenges of Special Operations missions. Your preparation will consist of more than 12 months of initial training that includes Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL BUD/S School, Parachute Jump School and SEAL Qualification Training (SQT), followed by an additional 18 months of pre-deployment training and intensive specialized training.

6300 LDO – Naval Aviator

6300 MOS
Name: LDO – Naval Aviator
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

A Limited Duty Officer (Naval Aviation). An officer of the Regular Navy whose permanent status is Ensign or above.

(O4-O6) Directs operations of aviation unit or aviation detachment of major activity. Ensures compliance with policies, directives, regulations and instructions received from parent activity or other authority. Supervises training requirements.

(O1-O3) Operate aircraft including carrier-based jets, land-based patrol and reconnaissance aircraft, transport planes and sea and land-based helicopters. Take part in antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures, as well as search and rescue operations.

(O7-O10)

6460 LDO – Meteorology/Oceanography

6460 MOS
Name: LDO – Meteorology/Oceanography
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

Officer technical managers, providing meteorological and oceanographic support for fleet operations, planning, and directing various activities within the Naval Oceanography Command; train military and civilian meteorological/oceanography personnel in the use and operational maintenance of meteorological and oceanographic equipment; train and supervise Navy weather observers and forecasters, perform regional coordination for operational and administrative matters within NAVOCEANCOM regional areas of responsibility. An officer of the Regular Navy whose permanent status is Ensign or above.

1215 RL – Nuclear Power School Instructor

1215 MOS
Name: RL – Nuclear Power School Instructor
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

Nuclear Power Instructors are responsible for training future Nuclear Propulsion Officers and Nuclear Field Enlisted Personnel in mathematics and physics, electrical engineering, heat transfer and fluid flow, chemistry, radiological controls, and reactor plant engineering at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Charleston, South Carolina. An officer of the Naval Reserve.

Provide detailed knowledge of how to work the key aspects of a pressurized-water Navy nuclear power plant, which include Reactor core nuclear principles; heat transfer and fluid systems; Plant chemistry and materials and mechanical and electrical systems.

Same as Junior Duties

Same as Junior Duties

CTM Cryptologic Technician, Maintenance

CTM MOS
Name: Cryptologic Technician, Maintenance
Branch: Navy
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and electronic cryptologic and ancillary systems used for communications, analysis, monitoring, tracking, recognition and identification, electronic attack, and physical security.

E7-E9; Able to perform the duties required for E4-E6; Evaluates operational test results against engineering design standards on electronic systems; supervises and evaluates subordinates; prepares written evaluation reports.

Perform hardware and software isolation and repair of state-of-the-art electronic, computer and network equipment and related systems using complex test and analysis equipment, diagnostic software, hand tools and technical publications; perform computer and electronic system hardware and software installation, configuration and modification; analyze the configuration and monitor the operation of computer telecommunications and networking systems; calibrate and repair a wide variety of precision electronic test equipment; perform information security and computer network defense functions for secure networks and communication systems; maintain fleet cryptologic permanent and carry-on direct support systems required in special land, sea surface and subsurface operations.

E4-E6; Able to perform the duties required for E1-E3; Applies theory of basic electronics to fundamental electronic systems, including use of test equipment and troubleshooting cryptologic equipment; performs digital logic circuit troubleshooting.

AO Aviation Ordnanceman

AO MOS
Name: Aviation Ordnanceman
Branch: Navy
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Maintains and inspects airborne weapons and aviation ordnance (weapons) equipment, including aircraft guns, gun accessories, gun sights, small arms, ammunition, handling equipment, ammunition suspension, release launching, and arming equipment.

E4-E6; Able to perform the duties required for E1-E3; Prepares gun ammunition for loading; assembles and disassembles airborne weapons; performs weapons maintenance; uses schematics, diagrams, and charts to trace systems; performs routine inspections of ordnance.

E7-E9; Able to perform the duties required for E4-E6; Able to perform the duties required for AO1; supervises and coordinates receipt, stowage, movement, preparation, and loading of munitions by squadron crews; interprets technical publications and instructional manuals.

Perform pre-flight planning and equipment checks and post-flight maintenance associated with their assigned source ratings or mission specialty. In-flight functions include: operating tactical weapons, sensors, and communication equipment; performing in-flight maintenance of aircraft electrical and mechanical gear; working with pilots to operate and control aircraft systems; operating mine countermeasure detection and explosion equipment; providing rescue of downed pilots with emergency first aid and survival swimming; performing duties of flight attendants and load masters.

6155 LDO – Special Warfare Technician

6155 MOS
Name: LDO – Special Warfare Technician
Branch: Navy
Rank: Officer

Duties

SEAL LDO designator is a technical manager and applies to officers qualifying through formal training and practical experience in duty involving diving, parachuting, and demolition of explosives in the conduct of Naval Special Warfare Operations. Plans and conducts naval special warfare in and from a riverine, lacustrine or maritime environment. Performs duties in consonance with the missions of all Naval Special Warfare commands as specified in appropriate Naval War Publications. Performs airborne, diving and demolition operations. An officer of the Naval Reserve.