Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services

Occupation Exhibit

MOS-14J-002
AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS AND INTELLIGENCE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER ENHANCED OPERATOR/MAINTAINER
14J10
14J20
14J30
14J40

Exhibit Dates: 3/09–6/19.

Description
Summary: Supervises or serves in an air defense unit or as a member of an air defense activity engaged in operations or intelligence functions of liaison units. Responsible for AD C4I system march order, emplacement, initialization and operator/organizational level system maintenance (limited to the ability to detect improper equipment operation or malfunction by use of the senses, embedded diagnostic aids; e.g. BIT/BITE and/or on-board test equipment, Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) (example, multimeter to perform low voltage and continuity checks), technical references, technical inspections, adjustments, removal and replacement of battery replaceable units/lines replaceable units (BRUs/LRUs), and other tasks authorized in the maintenance allocation chart (MAC) and preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) required to sustain or return the AD C4I system to its operational readiness condition. Skill Level 10: Performs march order, emplacement, initialization, and operator/organizational level system maintenance and PMCS on Air and Missile Defense Planning Control Systems (AMDPCS) as well as operating the Sentinel Radar. Evaluates tactical electronic intelligence data for force/engagement operations in a joint service network. Performs operations and intelligence duties and operates/performs operator PMCS on vehicles/system prime power units. Performs data connectivity between AD communications equipment, Tri-Services Tactical Communications (TRITAC) network, Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE), and Link-11 with Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Allied Nations. Performs on-line/off-line Common Hardware-Software diagnostics and fault isolation programs. Emplaces, initializes, operates and march orders LAN, WAN, JTAGS and remote video displays. Skill Level 20: Able to perform the duties required for Skill Level 10; serves as a crew chief in Air Defense Command and Control (C2) nodes or sensor section. Supervises soldiers and provides technical guidance to subordinate Soldiers. Performs data connectivity between Air Defense communications equipment, TRITAC, MSE and Link-11 with Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Allied Nations. Performs online/offline Common Hardware Software diagnostics and fault isolation programs. Emplaces, operates and maintains LAN, WAN and remote video displays. Responsible for the emplacement, operation, and maintenance of JTAGS. Skill Level 30: Able to perform the duties required for Skill Level 20; supervises the operation and organizational maintenance for AD C4I systems. Establishes, supervises and participates in unit level training for crew certification programs and Air Defense exercises. Performs intelligence duties and serves as unit liaison. Skill Level 40: Able to perform the duties required for Skill Level 30; supervises operations, and organizational maintenance for all AD C4I systems. Provides technical guidance to subordinate Soldiers. Perform operations and intelligence duties at battalion and higher level. Directs, instructs and evaluates tactical operating procedures. Monitors unit equipment readiness and prepares monthly unit readiness reports (URRs). Trains, evaluates, and certifies AD C4I systems personnel at the unit/battalion level. Assists in supervising maintenance records and maintaining supportive stockage procedures. Assists in designing and implementing the maintenance program.

Related Competencies
Network fundamentals topics include LAN basics, network hardware, network servers, protocols, routing basics, software components, technologies, transmission control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP), and troubleshooting. Computer applications topics include data and system security; inventory management; records; report generation; reports; software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint); and Windows operating systems. Maintenance management topics include coordinating, inventory control, inventory management, ordering, repair parts inventory, requisitions, scheduling, and troubleshooting. Supervision topics include counseling, disciplinary actions, evaluation, inventory control, leadership, mentoring, motivation and morale, planning, quality control, reports, safety, and team building.

Recommendation, Skill Level 10
Credit may be granted on the basis of an individualized assessment of the student (6/09)(6/09).

Recommendation, Skill Level 20
Credit may be granted on the basis of an individualized assessment of the student (6/09)(6/09).

Recommendation, Skill Level 30
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in network fundamentals, and 3 in computer applications (6/09)(6/09).

Recommendation, Skill Level 40
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in network fundamentals, and 3 in computer applications. In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in maintenance management, and 3 in supervision (6/09)(6/09).

THIS PAGE WAS LAST UPDATED ON 06/26/2019
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