7200 Basic Air Control/Air Support/Antiair Warfare/Air Traffic Control Marine

7200 MOS
Name: Basic Air Control/Air Support/Antiair Warfare/Air Traffic Control Marine
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Air traffic control officers command an Air Traffic Control (ATC)Detachment. They act as officers-in-charge of Air Traffic Control Facilities at Marine Corps Air Stations. They perform as Control Tower Operators and Radar Air Traffic Controllers. They coordinate and direct activities related to air traffic control and airspace management as staff officers at squadrons, Marine Air Control Groups (MACG)/Marine Aircraft Wings (MAW), and at other senior level units. The MATCALS Advanced Operator, Military Airspace Management, MAJIC, Automated Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS), MAWTS 1 Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) and JAC2C courses are available for skill enhancement training for ATC officers.

Duties include maintaining critical communication links between air, naval, and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems.

4306 Combat Artist (Officer)

4306 MOS
Name: Combat Artist (Officer)
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Officer

Duties

Depicts some aspect of war through art.

Combat artist officers create training and/or combat art; supervise and coordinate the production, collection, exhibition, and reproduction of combat art; and advise the commander and staff on combat art matters.

6391 Avionics Maintenance Chief

6391 MOS
Name: Avionics Maintenance Chief
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Avionics maintenance chiefs, as noncommissioned officers in charge of the avionics division, supervise maintenance and repair of aircraft avionics systems, equipment, and components at the IMA/OMA levels. This MOS applies to pay grades E-8/E-9 ( MSgt/MGySgt).

Possesses a thorough understanding and working knowledge of Marine Corps administrative procedures including the format, preparation, and submission of naval messages; Demonstrates a thorough understanding of Marine Corps. Aviation staff organization and functioning of the Marine Aviation Logistic Squadron, Marine Aircraft Wing, and FMF Headquarters levels

Supervise maintenance and repair of aircraft avionics systems, equipment, and components at the IMA/OMA levels; Demonstrates proficiency in appropriate 63XX and 64XX lower level MOSs; Demonstrates a thorough working knowledge of the NAMP and 3M procedures; Ensures facilities are organized to support the maintenance and repair of avionics systems, equipment, or components at the IMA/OMA levels; Requisitions spare/replacement parts and necessary work center supplies and equipment using publications and supply documents; Maintains appropriate records of all maintenance and inspection actions performed, technical training conducted, and organic equipment assigned to the avionics division; Possesses a thorough understanding and working knowledge of sound management principles, work center supervision, proper methods of training personnel, and accepted and approved avionics maintenance procedures.

1100 Basic Utilities Marine

1100 MOS
Name: Basic Utilities Marine
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Responsible for planning and providing strategic and tactical utilities support to all levels of all elements of the various MAGTFs, to include posts and stations, in any climate or place.

Basic Utilities Marines troubleshoot and repair water pumps on equipment used by other OccFlds; the air conditioning systems on all ground equipment, including automotive; and the electrical systems on engineer and general supply equipment. Cantonment is supported with field sanitation, sewage, and waste disposal; and Military operations Other Than War (MOOTW) are supported with plumbing, HAVC, and interior wiring installation and repair.

2503 Telecommunications Operations Officer

2503 MOS
Name: Telecommunications Operations Officer
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Officer

Duties

Telecommunications operations officers supervise and coordinate the deployment, interconnection, and operation of equipment to obtain reliable communication services.

Telecommunications operations officers supervise and coordinate the deployment, interconnection, and operation of equipment to obtain reliable communication services.

7201 Basic Air Control/Air Support/Antiair Warfare/Air Traffic Control Officer

7201 MOS
Name: Basic Air Control/Air Support/Antiair Warfare/Air Traffic Control Officer
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Officer

Duties

Manage the operation of communications, detection, and weapons systems essential for controlling air, ground, and naval operations.

Duties include managing critical communication links between air, naval, and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military and government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, and launch computer systems.

0341 Mortarman

0341 MOS
Name: Mortarman
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Mortarmen are responsible for the tactical employment of the 60mm light mortar and the 81mm medium mortar. Mortarmen provide indirect fire in support of the rifle and LARS quads/platoons/companies and. the infantry and LAR battalions. They are located in the weapons platoons of the rifle and LAR companies and the weapons company of the infantry battalion. Noncommissioned officers are assigned as mortar gunners.

Emplace a mortar section/platoon (D), Employ a 60mm mortar section in support of company operations (D), Employ an 81mm mortar section/platoon in support of battalion operations (D), Fire standard missions as a mortar section/platoon (B), Fire special missions as a mortar section/platoon (B)

Emplace an assault squad, Employ an assault squad in support of offensive operations, Employ an assault squad in support of defensive operations, Employ an assault squad in support of platoon urban operations, Emplace an anti-armor squad (D), Employ an anti-armor squad in support of offensive operations.

6316 Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, KC-130

6316 MOS
Name: Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, KC-130
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Aircraft communications/navigation systems technicians, KC-130, install, remove, inspect, test, maintain, and repair systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level

Install systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level; Remove systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level; Inspect systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level; Test systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level; Maintain systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level; Repair systems, components, and ancillary equipment of installed Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems to include Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures (DECM) Systems at the OMA level

9986 Joint Terminal Attack Controller

9986 MOS
Name: Joint Terminal Attack Controller
Branch: Marine Corps
Rank: Officer

Duties

FMOS which requires formal Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) training and certification. It forms the foundation skill set for assignment to appropriate JTAC billets in the Operating Forces. A JTAC is a qualified (certified) service member who from a forward position directs the action of combat aircraft engaged in close air support (CAS) and other offensive air operations.