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13R FIELD ARTILLERY FIREFINDER RADAR OPERATOR (CHEYENNE)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Cheyenne, WY

Job DescriptionThe most important thing when firing field artillery is knowing where to shoot. The Field Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator figures out where the enemy is and communicates the target's location to his or her unit. "Firefinder" is the name given to highly specialized radar that detects mortars, planes, and other objects by using radio or sound waves to determine their location. The Field Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator operates specialized equipment designed to acquire various targets, such as enemy mortar positions and aircraft, to alert defensive units.Job Duties Establish and maintain radio and wire communications Construct bunkers and similar areas for other field artillery Maintain Firefinder radar with scheduled checkupsSome of the Skills You'll Learn Field tactics and combat communications Calculating/recording speed, direction, and altitudeHelpful Skills Skills in geo

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35N SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST (JACKSON)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Jackson, MS

Job DescriptionThe Army National Guard uses powerful technology to collect information from foreign signals, and it's the Signals Intelligence Analyst who makes it possible for the Guard to use this information to their advantage. Analyzing foreign communications helps our military experts better plan our Nation's defense. As a Signals Intelligence Analyst, you will intercept and analyze foreign communications; relay intelligence reports regarding combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence information; and study and locate radio signals to understand the tactics and organization of foreign military forces. Job Duties Maintain analytical working aids and databases Assist in the emplacement, camouflage, and recovery of surveillance systems Prepare technical and tactical intelligence reportsSome of the Skills You'll Learn Analyzing communications information using technical references Preparing technical and tacti

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35N SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST (MADISON)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Madison, MS

Job DescriptionThe Army National Guard uses powerful technology to collect information from foreign signals, and it's the Signals Intelligence Analyst who makes it possible for the Guard to use this information to their advantage. Analyzing foreign communications helps our military experts better plan our Nation's defense. As a Signals Intelligence Analyst, you will intercept and analyze foreign communications; relay intelligence reports regarding combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence information; and study and locate radio signals to understand the tactics and organization of foreign military forces. Job Duties Maintain analytical working aids and databases Assist in the emplacement, camouflage, and recovery of surveillance systems Prepare technical and tactical intelligence reportsSome of the Skills You'll Learn Analyzing communications information using technical references Preparing technical and tacti

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35M HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTOR (NORTH LITTLE ROCK)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    North Little Rock, AR

Job DescriptionIntelligence is crucial to the security of our nation. By gathering information about an adversary's intentions, strengths, vulnerabilities, and capabilities, the military can plan, prepare, and defend against potential attacks. As a Human Intelligence Collector in the Army National Guard, you will earn a security clearance, then utilize your strategic, cognitive, and language skills to obtain Intel from both friendly and hostile sources. Your duties may include conducting intelligence gathering missions involving human sources; interrogating and debriefing, as defined by regulation, as well as other tactical and strategic interrogation-related duties; developing intelligence gathering and collection missions as well as interrogation plans; advising military organizations based on intelligence gathering; and coordinating with federal agencies. Job Duties Screen human intelligence sources and documents

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35M HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTOR (JACKSONVILLE)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Jacksonville, AR

Job DescriptionIntelligence is crucial to the security of our nation. By gathering information about an adversary's intentions, strengths, vulnerabilities, and capabilities, the military can plan, prepare, and defend against potential attacks. As a Human Intelligence Collector in the Army National Guard, you will earn a security clearance, then utilize your strategic, cognitive, and language skills to obtain Intel from both friendly and hostile sources. Your duties may include conducting intelligence gathering missions involving human sources; interrogating and debriefing, as defined by regulation, as well as other tactical and strategic interrogation-related duties; developing intelligence gathering and collection missions as well as interrogation plans; advising military organizations based on intelligence gathering; and coordinating with federal agencies. Job Duties Screen human intelligence sources and documents

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35M HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTOR (AUSTIN)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Austin, AR

Job DescriptionIntelligence is crucial to the security of our nation. By gathering information about an adversary's intentions, strengths, vulnerabilities, and capabilities, the military can plan, prepare, and defend against potential attacks. As a Human Intelligence Collector in the Army National Guard, you will earn a security clearance, then utilize your strategic, cognitive, and language skills to obtain Intel from both friendly and hostile sources. Your duties may include conducting intelligence gathering missions involving human sources; interrogating and debriefing, as defined by regulation, as well as other tactical and strategic interrogation-related duties; developing intelligence gathering and collection missions as well as interrogation plans; advising military organizations based on intelligence gathering; and coordinating with federal agencies. Job Duties Screen human intelligence sources and documents

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42R ARMY BANDPERSON (OKLAHOMA CITY)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Oklahoma City, OK

Job DescriptionThis is a job where you can rock out, chill out with few cool jazz numbers, or rouse the crowd as part of a marching band. If you're into music, make it into a career as a member of the Army National Guard band. As an Army Bandperson, you'll perform in a variety of environments, ranging from ceremonial band to jazz band to small ensembles, playing all styles of music, while specializing in one (or more) of the following instruments: tuba, trombone, euphonium, bassoon, electric bass guitar, saxophone, flute or piccolo, oboe, clarinet, French horn, percussion, cornet or trumpet, guitar, and keyboard. The Bandperson is primarily responsible for performing and rehearsing as a professional musician within different ensembles of an Army Band. In order to qualify for a position with the Army band, you must pass one or more auditions.Job Duties Perform in all musical styles on your instruments, including (but not limited to): m

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11C INDIRECT FIRE INFANTRYMAN (ALEXANDRIA)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Alexandria, PA

Job DescriptionAs an Army National Guard Indirect Fire Infantryman, you'll be in charge of the Infantry's most powerful weapon - the mortar. As part of a mortar squad, section, or platoon, you will perform challenging activities that may include parachuting from a troop transport airplane to access locations where you will construct mortars and camouflage their positions. You'll also locate and neutralize enemy mines. As your skills increase, so will your responsibilities. Advanced team members supervise and train other Soldiers, lead and control mortar squads, provide tactical and technical guidance to subordinates, and supervise the construction of mortar positions. Advanced Indirect Fire Infantrymen are responsible for receiving and implementing combat orders, directing Soldiers in offensive and defensive operations, and requesting, observing, and adjusting indirect supporting fire. Job Duties Set up, load, and fire three types of mortars

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19D CAVALRY SCOUT (MERIDIAN)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Meridian, ID

Job DescriptionAs a Cavalry Scout, you are the eyes and ears of the armored division. You move ahead of your division, provide reconnaissance, and report vital information back to your commanding officer. You're providing critical on-site intelligence that enables the officer to make informed decisions. Duties may require you to secure and prepare ammunition on scout vehicles; operate individual and crew-served weapons; perform navigation during combat; serve as a member of observation and listening posts; gather and report information on terrain, weather, and enemy disposition and equipment; collect data to classify routes, tunnels, and bridges; and employ principles of concealment and camouflage. Helpful Skills Readiness to accept a challenge Top physical and mental shape Through training and practice in this specialty, you will develop qualities that are in demand by today's employers, such as leadership, discipline, courage

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19D CAVALRY SCOUT (GARDEN CITY)
  Posted 2 weeks ago    Army National Guard    Garden City, ID

Job DescriptionAs a Cavalry Scout, you are the eyes and ears of the armored division. You move ahead of your division, provide reconnaissance, and report vital information back to your commanding officer. You're providing critical on-site intelligence that enables the officer to make informed decisions. Duties may require you to secure and prepare ammunition on scout vehicles; operate individual and crew-served weapons; perform navigation during combat; serve as a member of observation and listening posts; gather and report information on terrain, weather, and enemy disposition and equipment; collect data to classify routes, tunnels, and bridges; and employ principles of concealment and camouflage. Helpful Skills Readiness to accept a challenge Top physical and mental shape Through training and practice in this specialty, you will develop qualities that are in demand by today's employers, such as leadership, discipline, courage

Source: Talroo

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