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Enlisted MOS changes

May. 28, 2007 - 10:40AM   |   Last Updated: May. 28, 2007 - 10:40AM  |  
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13B (cannon crew member). Soldiers who have completed the Field Artillery Master Gunner Course will be awarded additional skill identifier A7 effective Dec. 1, 2006, or whenever training was completed, whichever is later.

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13B (cannon crew member). Soldiers who have completed the Field Artillery Master Gunner Course will be awarded additional skill identifier A7 effective Dec. 1, 2006, or whenever training was completed, whichever is later.

13D (field artillery automated tactical data system specialist). Soldiers who have completed the Field Artillery Master Gunner Course will be awarded ASI A7 effective Dec. 1, 2006, or whenever training was completed, whichever is later. National Guard soldiers who complete new equipment training for the High-Mobility Artillery Rocket System, the two-phase HIMARS course taught at regional training institutes or the 13P Advanced Individual Training course will be reclassified at their current grade to MOS 13P (MLRS operational fire direction specialist). Reclassification will be effective June 1 or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

13F (fire support specialist). Soldiers who have completed the Joint Fires Course at Fort Sill, Okla., or Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., will be awarded ASI L7 effective Nov. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

13M (Multiple Launch Rocket System and High Mobility Artillery Rocket System crew member). Soldiers who have completed the Field Artillery Master Gunner Course will be awarded ASI A7 effective Dec. 1, 2006, or whenever training was completed, whichever is later.

13P (Multiple Launch Rocket System operational fire direction specialist). Soldiers who have completed the Field Artillery Master Gunner Course will be awarded ASI A7 effective Dec. 1, 2006, or whenever training was completed, whichever is later.

14E (Patriot fire control enhanced operator). Soldiers who have completed the Ground-based Mid-course Defense System Operator Course at Space and Missile Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., will be awarded ASI T3 effective Oct. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

14M (man-portable air defense system crew member). Soldiers who have completed the ground-based Mid-course Defense System Operator Course at Space and Missile Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., will be awarded ASI T3 effective Oct. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

14R (Bradley Linebacker crew member). Soldiers who have completed the Ground-based Mid-course Defense System Operator Course at Space and Missile Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., will be awarded ASI T3 effective Oct. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

14S (air and missile defense crew member). Soldiers who have completed the Ground-based Mid-course Defense System Operator Course at Space and Missile Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., will be awarded ASI T3 effective Oct. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

14T (Patriot launching station enhanced operator and maintainer). Soldiers who have completed the Ground-based Mid-course Defense System Operator Course at Space and Missile Defense Command, Colorado Springs, Colo., will be awarded ASI T3 effective Oct. 1, 2006, or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

15B (aircraft power plant repairer). Soldiers who have completed the Shadow Tactical UAV Electronic Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U2 and those who have completed the Hunter Mechanical Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U3. Both designations are effective Nov. 1, 2006, or whenever the soldier is certified, whichever is later.

15G (aircraft structural repairer). Soldiers who have completed the Shadow Tactical UAV Electronic Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U2 and those who have completed the Hunter Mechanical Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U3. Both designations are effective Nov. 1, 2006, or whenever the soldier is certified, whichever is later.

15J (OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter armament and electrical avionics systems repairer). Soldiers who have completed the Shadow Tactical UAV Electronic Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U2 and those who have completed the Hunter Mechanical Maintenance Specialist Course will be awarded ASI U3. Both designations are effective Nov. 1, 2006, or whenever the soldier is certified, whichever is later.

15R (AH-64 Apache attack helicopter repairer). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

15S (OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter repairer). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

15T (UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter repairer). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

15X (AH-64A Apache helicopter armament, electrical and avionics systems repairer). This specialty will be restricted to the reserve components. Active-component soldiers will be reclassified to MOS 15Y, with effective dates assigned by Human Resources Command, but none later than Nov. 1, 2008. Privates through staff sergeants will be identified with ASI Y2 until they complete the 15T Transition Course or the 15Y Basic NCO Course.

25C (radio operator and maintainer). Some 25C soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be picked to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25D (telecommunication operator and maintainer). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers and coded positions will be transferred in their current grade to MOS 25B. All special qualification and additional skill identifiers will be retained except J7, Y2, Z2 and Z4. ASI Y2 will be withdrawn once soldiers complete the 25B Transition Course, 25B Advanced Individual Training Course or the 25B or 25D Basic or Advanced NCO courses conducted after Oct. 1, 2006.

25E (electromagnetic spectrum manager). This MOS will be established, with selected duties, positions, functions and soldiers transferred from MOSs 25L, 25N, 25P, 25Q, 25S, 25U, 25W, 25W and 25X. Soldiers who complete the Joint Spectrum Management Course at Fort Gordon, Ga., will be awarded ASI S9 effective May 1, or whenever training is completed.

25F (network switching system operator and maintainer). Some 25F soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be picked to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25L (cable systems installer and maintainer). Some 25L soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be picked to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25N (nodal network systems operator and maintainer). Some 25N soldiers will be picked to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25P (microwave systems operator and maintainer). Some 25P soldiers will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25Q (multi-channel transmission systems operator and maintainer). Some 25Q soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25S (satellite communication systems operator and maintainer). Some 25S soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25U (signal support systems specialist). Some 25U soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25W (telecommunications operations chief). Some 25W soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25X (senior signal sergeant). Some 25X soldiers who hold ASI D9 will be chosen to reclassify in their current grade to MOS 25E, but will have ASI D9 deleted. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch.

25Y (information systems chief). This MOS will be deleted. All duties, positions and soldiers will be transferred to MOS 25B. All ASIs and SQIs retained except J7.

33W (military intelligence systems maintainer and integrator). This MOS will be deleted. All duties, positions and soldiers will be transferred in grade to MOS 35T. All ASIs and SQIs will be retained.

35P (cryptologic communications interceptor and locator). This MOS will be established to identify positions and soldiers transferred from 98G. Specialists and sergeants will be awarded ASI E7 when they complete the Prophet Ground Systems Course at Fort Huachuca, Ariz.

35S (signals collector and analyst). Soldiers will be awarded SQI A upon obtaining a qualifying score in the Audio Perception Test and the Manual Morse Code Course taught at Fort Huachuca, Ariz.

42A (human resources specialist). Soldiers who have completed the Rough Terrain Cargo Handling Course at Fort Lee, Va., will be awarded ASI R1 effective June 1 or whenever training is completed, whichever is later.

42L (administrative specialist). This MOS will be deleted and all soldiers transferred to MOS 42A.

51C (acquisition logistics and technology contracting NCO). This MOS will be established with soldiers drawn from MOSs 92A and 92Z.

62B (construction equipment repairer). Selected duties, positions and soldiers, including all senior NCOs, will be transferred at their current grade to MOS 63X. Soldiers will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

63A (M1 Abrams tank system maintainer). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

63M (Bradley fighting vehicle system maintainer). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

79V (retention and transition NCO, Army Reserve). ASI Y2 will be deleted.

89B (ammunition specialist). This MOS will be revised. Some soldiers will be chosen to transfer to MOS 89A. Requests for voluntary reclassification will be accepted June 1 through Sept. 30. Contact a career counselor for application details.

92A (automated logistics specialist). This MOS will be revised. Selected duties, positions and soldiers with ASI G1 will be reclassified at their current grade to MOS 51C. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve reclassification authority will assign dates for the switch. Soldiers who have completed the Rough Terrain Cargo Handler Course at Fort Lee, Va., will be awarded ASI R1.

92S (shower, laundry and clothing repair specialist). Association with ASI Y2 is not authorized.

92Z (senior NCO logistician). This MOS will be revised. Selected duties, positions and soldiers will be transferred to 51C. Human Resources Command or the appropriate reserve authority will assign dates for switches.

94F (computer and detection systems repairer). ASI Y2 is not authorized.

94L (avionic communications equipment repairer). A secret security clearance is required for the initial award of this MOS.

94M (radar repairer). ASI Y2 is not authorized.

94R (avionic system repairer). ASI Y2 is not authorized.

94Y (integrated family of test equipment operator and maintainer). ASI Y2 is not authorized.

96B (intelligence analyst). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35F. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

96D (imagery analyst). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35G. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

96H (common ground station operator). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35H. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

96U (unmanned aerial vehicle operator). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to 35K. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

96Z (intelligence senior sergeant). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35X. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

97B (counterintelligence agent). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35L. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

97E (human intelligence collector). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35M. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

97Z (counterintelligence and human intelligence senior sergeant). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35Y. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

98C (signals intelligence analyst). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35N. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

98G (cryptologic interceptor and locator). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35P. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

98P (multi-sensor operator). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35U. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

98Y (signals collector and analyst). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35S. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

98Z (signals intelligence senior sergeant). This MOS will be deleted. All soldiers will reclassify at their current grade to MOS 35Z. They will keep all ASIs and SQIs.

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