Chemical Laboratory Technicians
Test and analyze fuels, oils, chemicals, and other materials for purity and durability.
Communications Equipment Operators
Utilize communications equipment to transmit, receive, encode, and decode messages.
Compressed Gas Technicians
Fill storage tanks; maintain a variety of compressed gases for use including breathing oxygen and fuels for missiles.
Install, maintain, update, and organize computer programs.
Emergency Management Specialists
Plan and maintain disaster operations; train military personnel and civilians on disaster preparedness.
Environmental Health and Safety Specialists
Inspect military facilities, work locations, housing areas, and food and water supplies for the presence of disease, germs, and hazardous materials.
Collect information on the weather using a variety of equipment and instruments for planning military operations.
Inspect metal parts for wear and damage on a variety of military aircraft, vehicles, and ships; take X rays of various sections for examination and documentation.
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare and Ordnance Specialists
Transport, store, inspect, prepare, and destroy weapons and ammunition, including large shells, missiles, chemicals, and nuclear devices; nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) warfare.
Radar and Sonar Operators
Track aircraft, missiles; determine the position of ships and submarines; direct artillery fire; forecast the weather; aid navigation.
Radio Intelligence Operators
Monitor, intercept, and record radio signals from various sources in the field.
Space Operations Specialists
Monitor communications and transmit data to satellites and other space vehicles used for weather forecasting and collecting intelligence information.
Surveying, Mapping, and Drafting Technicians
Conduct land surveys, make terrain maps, and prepare plans and diagrams for the construction of a variety of projects to include airstrips, buildings, and docks.