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– Army Mos List –

The US Army, being the world’s most powerful military force, is noted for its diverse range of enlistments and career specializations.

Army Mos List

In this article, you will see different categories under the Army Mos List.

List of Army Mos 

The army mos jobs fall into two categories: military occupational specialties (MOS) and enlisted military occupational fields, and are accessible for enrollment in the United States Army (E-MOC).

The following is a list of some of them:

Interpreter/Translator (MOS 09L)

The foreign language interpreter/translator (MOS 09L) is in charge of interpreting and translating spoken and written foreign languages into English, as well as English into a foreign language.

Infantry Branch

The infantry is the Army’s backbone. The infantry is the primary ground combat force, and they are in charge of combating opposing ground forces on land.

The infantry MOS’s jobs all work together to defeat enemy ground troops and keep the mission of capturing, destroying, and repelling the enemy alive.

During training, recruits will be assigned to either MOS 11B, Infantryman, or MOS 11C, Indirect Fire Infantryman, under the Army’s 11X – Infantry Enlistment Option.

The following classes are included in the Infantry MOS:

1. Infantryman (MOS 11B)

Riflemen of the 11B Infantry Regiment help in reconnaissance missions and use fire, and retrieve anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.

2. Indirect Fire Infantryman (MOS 11C)

These soldiers do some of the Army’s most deadly jobs. They find and neutralize mines in live minefields, as well as fire and retrieve anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.

MOS 11C is also in charge of traveling between ground points, orienting maps, and operating and maintaining communication equipment.

Infantry Senior Sergeant (MOS 11Z)

This is open to soldiers in E8 (sergeant) and E9 (master sergeant). These soldiers lead infantry troops.

Corps of Engineers

Engineers in the Army have a wide range of skills, but they are also taught to battle and defend Army facilities.

Corps of Engineers

The Corps community may both construct and destroy things when they work together. The following are some of the MOS specialities:

1. Engineer Senior Sergeant (MOS 12A)

Reconnaissance, demolitions, building, rescue, and training are just some of the engineering-related jobs that these Corps of Engineers officers do.

2. Combat Engineer (MOS 12B)

Combat engineers, often known as “Sappers,” supervise or aid team members when traversing difficult terrain in combat circumstances.

Mobility, counter-mobility, survivability, and general engineering are their specialities. They construct barriers to defend troops or eliminate obstacles to combat troop mobility, such as mines and minefields.

Other MOS 12 specialities include:

‣ Bridge Crewmember (MOS 12C)

‣ Diver (MOS 12D)

‣ Quarrying Specialist (RC) (MOS 12G)

‣ Construction Engineering Supervisor (MOS 12H)

‣ Plumber (MOS 12K)

‣ Firefighter (MOS 12M)

‣ Horizontal Construction Engineer (MOS 12N)

‣ Prime Power Production Specialist (MOS 12P)

‣ Power Line Distribution Specialist (RD) (MOS 12Q)

‣ Interior Electrician (MOS 12R)

‣ Technical Engineer (MOS 12T)

‣ Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator (MOS 12V)

‣ Carpentry and Masonry Specialist (MOS 12W)

‣ General Engineering Supervisor (MOS 12X)

‣ Geospatial Engineer (MOS 12Y)

‣ Combat Engineering Senior Sergeant (MOS 12Z)

Field Artillery Soldiers

Soldiers in the Field Artillery operate a wide range of electronics and communications devices, as well as weapons systems and munitions.

The Field Artillery MOS’ principal responsibility is to provide firepower during combat operations, as well as tactics, techniques, and procedures for all ground fire support systems in the Army’s inventory.

MOS 13 specialities that fall into this category include:

‣ Cannon Crewmember (MOS 13B)

‣ Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data System Specialist (MOS 13D)

‣ Fire Support Specialist (MOS 13F)

‣ Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS)/High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) Crewmember (MOS 13M)

‣ Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Operational Fire Direction Specialist (MOS 13P)

‣ Field Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator (MS 13R)

‣ Field Artillery Surveyor/Meteorological Crewmember (MOS 13T)

‣ Field Artillery Senior Sergeant (MOS 13Z)

1. Air Defense Artillery

The Air Defense MOS community is in charge of operating and maintaining weapons systems that counter enemy long and short-range missiles.

To counter the threat of incoming enemy missiles, Patriot Batteries are constantly deployed to such areas in South Korea and Israel.

Specialities included in this MOS include:

‣ Patriot Fire Control Enhanced Operator (MOS 14E)

‣ Air Defense Battle Management System Operator (MOS 14G)

‣ Air Defense Enhanced Early Warning System Operator (MOS 14H)

‣ Air Defense C41 Tactical Operations Center Enhanced Operator-Maintainer (MOS 14J)

‣ Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Crewmember (MOS 14S)

‣ Patriot Launching Station Enhanced Operator/Maintainer (MOS 14T)

‣ Air Defense Artillery Senior Sergeant (MOS 14Z)

Aviation

The Army Aviation community includes officers and troops who are responsible for the operation and maintenance of helicopters, planes, and unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Army Aviation community improves the operational range of the Army soldier in the conflict, whether it be the transportation of equipment or personnel or combat actions against enemy ground units.

MOS 15 specialities include:

‣ Aircraft Powerplant Repairer (MOS 15B)

‣ Aircraft Powertrain Repairer (MOS 15D)

‣ Unmanned Aircraft Systems Repairer (MOS 15E)

‣ Aircraft Electrician (MOS 15F)

‣ Aircraft Structural Repairer (MOS 15G)

‣ Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer (MOS 15H)

‣ OH-58D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer (MOS 15J)

‣ Aircraft Components Repair Supervisor (MOS 15K)

‣ UH-1 Helicopter Repairer (RC) (del 1310 / 1210 – 30) (MOS 15M)

‣ Avionic Mechanic (MOS 15N)

‣ Aviation Operations Specialist (MOS 15P)

‣ Air Traffic Control Operator (MOS 15Q)

‣ AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer (MOS 15R)

‣ OH-58D Helicopter Repairer (MOS 15S)

‣ UH-60 Helicopter Repairer (MOS 15T)

‣ CH-47 Helicopter Repairer (MOS 15U)

‣ Observation/Scout Helicopter Repairer (RC) (MOS 15V)

‣ Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator (MOS 15W)

‣ AH-64A Armament/Electrical/Avionics System Repairer (MOS15X)

‣ AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer (MOS 15Y)

‣ Aircraft Maintenance Senior Sergeant (MOS 15Z)

Special Forces

This MOS community’s close-knit team of Army Special Forces members trains allied troops and engages the enemy in special operations direct action missions around the world, usually with minimal fanfare.

After completing their selection and certification courses, they earn and wear the green beret.

MOS positions in Special Forces include:

‣ Special Forces Weapons Sergeant (MOS 18B)

‣ Special Forces Engineer Sergeant (MOS 18C)

‣ Special Forces Medical Sergeant (MOS 18D)

‣ Special Forces Communications Sergeant (MOS 18E)

‣ Special Forces Assistant Operations and Intelligence Sergeant (MOS 18F)

‣ Special Forces Enlistment Option (MOS 18X)

‣ Special Forces Senior Sergeant (MOS 18Z)

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Armor

Ground combat operations are carried out by the Armor officers and men using armored vehicles such as the M1 Abrams Tank and the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.

Infantryman

As the Army’s long-range ground fighting force, the troops of the Armor MOS community employ their tanks and cavalry/forward reconnaissance missions on the battlefield to take the fight to the adversary.

Specialities in this MOS under the Army mos list include:

‣ Cavalry Scout (MOS 19D)

‣ Armor Crewman (MOS 19K)

‣ Amor Senior Sergeant (MOS 19Z)

Signal Corps

If the Infantry is the Army’s backbone, the Signal Corps is its spinal cord.

The primary function of the signal corps is to ensure secure communications between ground troops, helicopters flying over a conflict zone, and ground commanders.

Acquisition of enemy communications, as well as translation and analysis of verbal and nonverbal communications, are among the signal corps’ specialities.

Specialities in this MOS include:

‣ Information Technology Specialist (MOS 25B)

‣ Radio Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25C)

‣ Electromagnetic Spectrum Manager (MOS 25E)

‣ Network Switching Systems Operator-Maintainer (del 1310 / 110 – 21) (MOS 25F)

‣ Cable Systems Installer-Maintainer (MOS 25L)

‣ Multimedia Illustrator (MOS 25M)

‣ Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25N)

‣ Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25P)

‣ Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25Q)

‣ Visual Information Equipment Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25R)

‣ Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25S)

‣ Satellite/Microwave Systems Chief (MOS 25T)

‣ Signal Support Systems Specialist (MOS 25U)

‣ Combat Documentation/Production Specialist (MOS 25V)

‣ Telecommunications Operations Chief (MOS 25W)

‣ Chief Signal NCO (MOS 25X)

‣ Visual Information Operations Chief (MOS 25Z)

‣ Judge Advocate General’s Corps

‣ MOS 27D serves as a Paralegal Specialist.

‣ Electronic Warfare

‣ MOS 29E serves as an Electronic Warfare Specialist.

Military Police

The Military Police MOS community is responsible for safeguarding lives and property on Army installations.

They direct traffic, assist in the prevention of crime, respond to emergencies both on and off base, and enforce military laws and regulations.

Military Police officers are also crime detectives with the authority to make arrests. The Military Police MOS is also responsible for identifying illicit activity with police dogs and protecting the base with bomb-sniffing dogs.

MOS designations within this category in the Army mos list include:

‣ Military Police (MOS 31B)

‣ CID Special Agent (MOS 31D)

‣ Internment/Resettlement Specialist (MOS 31E)

‣ Working Dog Handler (MOS 31K)

Military Intelligence

The “Intel” Community is in charge of gathering and disseminating important information with combat warriors on enemy manpower and capabilities.

Images, electronics, communications, humans, and counterintelligence are some of the methods used to gather data to save soldiers’ lives on the battlefield.

These MOS specialties include:

‣ Intelligence Analyst (MOS 35F)

‣ Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst (MOS 35G)

‣ Counterintelligence Agent (MOS 35L)

‣ Human Intelligence Collector (MOS 35M)

‣ Signals Intelligence Analyst (MOS 35N)

‣ Cryptologic Linguist (MOS 35P)

‣ Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist (MOS 35Q)

‣ Signals Collector/Analyst (MOS 35S)

‣ Military Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator (MOS 35T)

‣ Signals Intelligence (SIGNIT) Senior Sergeant/SIGINT Chief (add 1404 / 1210 – 05) (MOS 35V)

‣ Intelligence Senior Sergeant/Chief Intelligence Sergeant (MOS 35X)

‣ Chief Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Sergeant (MOS 35Y)

‣ Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Senior Sergeant/SIGINT Chief (del 1410 / 1210 – 05) (MOS 35Z)

‣ Financial Management

‣ MOS 36B serves as Financial Management Technician.

Psychological Operations

“PsyOps” are used to persuade locals not to join insurgent groups and to provide information to Army personnel on the ground.

Psychological Operations Specialists would play a critical role in getting into the heads of enemy combatants and assisting them in fleeing the battlefield.

MOS 37F designates the Psychological Operations Specialist.

Civil Affairs

Civil Affairs MOS members work with a variety of agencies to assist local populations in combat zones as communicators, planners, and coordinators.

The Civil Affairs Specialist is designated by MOS 38B.

Adjutant General’s Corps

Three MOS specialities fall under this umbrella of the Army mos list:

‣ Human Resources Specialist (MOS 42A)

‣ Musician (MOS 42R)

‣ Special Band Musician (MOS 42S)

Public Affairs

Three MOS specialities are included in Public Affairs:

‣ Public Affairs Specialist (MOS 46Q)

‣ Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist (MOS 46R)

‣ Chief Public Affairs NCO (MOS 46Z)

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Army Acquisition Troops

This field includes the Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (AL&T) Contracting NCO (MOS 51C).

Chaplain

This includes the Chaplain Assistant (MOS 56M).

Medical CMF

The Army Healthcare system is supported by the highly trained men and women of the Medical Community MOS.

Medical CMF

From dentists, surgeons, and laboratory technicians, to nurses and nutritionists, the Army Medical Staff is organized to be of assistance in combat zones and stateside hospitals.

The following specialties are included in this MOS:

‣ Biomedical Equipment Specialist (MOS 68A)

‣ Orthopedic Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68B)

‣ Practical Nursing Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68C)

‣ Operating Room Specialist (MOS 68D)

‣ Dental Specialist (MOS 68E)

‣ Physical Therapy Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68F)

‣ Patient Administration Specialist (MOS 68G)

‣ Optical Laboratory Specialist (MOS 68H)

‣ Medical Logistics Specialist (MOS 68J)

‣ Medical Laboratory Specialist (MOS 68K)

‣ Occupational Therapy Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68L)

‣ Nutrition Care Specialist (MOS 68M)

‣ Cardiovascular Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68N)

‣ Radiology Specialist (MOS 68P)

‣ Pharmacy Specialist (MOS 68Q)

‣ Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist (MOS 68R)

‣ Preventative Medicine Specialist (MOS 68S)

‣ Animal Care Specialist (MOS 68T)

‣ Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68U)

‣ Respiratory Specialist (MOS 68V)

‣ Health Care Specialist (MOS 68W)

‣ Behavioral Health Specialist (MOS 68X)

‣ Eye Specialist (add 1304 / 1110 – 04) (MOS 68Y)

‣ Chief Medical NCO (MOS 68Z)

Chemical (MOS 74D)

This MOS includes Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist Recruiting and retention.

1. Recruiting and Retention

This MOS includes these specialties:

‣ Recruiter (MOS 79R)

‣ Career Counselor (MOS 79S)

‣ Recruiting and Retention NCO (Army National Guard of the United States) (MOS 79T)

‣ Retention and Transition NCO, USAR (MOS 79V)

Transportation

From Sea, Air, Rail, and Land, the Transportation Specialists operate and repair, and maintain all vehicles in the Army arsenal.

The specialties include:

‣ Cargo Specialist (MOS 88H)

‣ Watercraft Operator (MOS 88K)

‣ Watercraft Engineer (MOS 88L)

‣ Motor Transport Operator (MOS 88M)

‣ Transportation Management Coordinator (MOS 88N)

‣ Railway Equipment Repairer (RC) (MOS 88P)

‣ Trail way Section Repairer (RC) (MOS 88T)

‣ Railway Operations Crewmember (RC) (MOS 88U)

‣ Transportation Senior Sergeant (MOS 88Z)

Ammunition

This MOS includes ammunition, mechanical maintenance, and ordnance, and it includes:

‣ Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist (MOS 89A)

‣ Ammunition Specialist (MOS 89B)

‣ Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist (MOS 89D)

Mechanics and Equipment Maintenance

This MOS includes numerous specialities under the Army mos list:

‣ Abrams Tank System Maintainer (MOS 91A)

‣ Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (MOS 91B)

‣ Utilities Equipment Repairer (MOS 91C)

‣ Power-Generation Equipment Repairer (MOS 91D)

‣ Allied Trades Specialist (MOS 91E)

‣ Small Arms/Artillery Repairer (MOS 91F)

‣ Fire Control Repairer (MOS 91G)

‣ Track Vehicle Repairer (MOS 91H)

‣ Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (MOS 91J)

‣ Armament Repairer (del 1310 / 1110 – 28) (MOS 91K)

‣ Construction Equipment Repairer (MOS 91L)

‣ Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer (MOS 91M)

‣ Artillery Mechanic (MOS 91P)

‣ Stryker Systems Maintainer (MOS 91S)

‣ Maintenance Supervisor (MOS 91X)

‣ Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor (MOS 91Z)

Quartermaster Corps

Members of the Quartermaster Corps are responsible for the logistics and lifeblood of the soldier.

The Quartermaster MOS is responsible for providing soldiers with food, water, fuel, repair parts, and other services during any mission.

These are some of the specialties under the Army mos list:

‣ Automated Logistical Specialist (MOS 92A)

‣ Petroleum Supply Specialist (MOS 92F)

‣ Food Service Specialist (MOS 92G)

‣ Petroleum Laboratory Specialist (MOS 92L)

‣ Mortuary Affairs Specialist (MOS 92M)

‣ Parachute Rigger (MOS 92R)

‣ Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist (MOS 92S)

‣ Water Treatment Specialist (MOS 92W)

‣ Unit Supply Specialist (MOS 92Y)

‣ Senior Noncommissioned Logistician (MOS 92Z)

Combat Electronic Systems Repair/Maintenance

The 94 MOS Community is responsible for maintaining and repairing highly advanced warfare electronic systems.

The following are some of the MOS specialties under the Army mos list:

‣ Land Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer (MOS 94A)

‣ Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer (MOS 94D)

‣ Radio and Communications Security (COMSEC) Repairer (MOS 94E)

‣ Computer Detection Systems Repairer (MOS 94F)

‣ Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Maintenance Support Specialist (MOS 94H)

‣ Avionic Communications Equipment Repairer (MOS 94L)

‣ Radar Repairer (MOS 94M)

‣ Multiple Launch Rocket System Repairer (MOS 94P)

‣ Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer (MOS 94R)

‣ Patriot System Repairer (MOS 94S)

‣ Avenger System Repairer (MOS 94T)

‣ Electronic Maintenance Chief (MOS 94W)

‣ Senior Missile Systems Maintainer (MOS 94X)

‣ Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) Operator and Maintainer (MOS 94Y)

‣ Senior Electronic Maintenance Chief (MOS 94Z)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the faqs about the Army Mos List.

1. What Army National Guard MOS has the shortest AIT training?

Fort Sam Houston hosts the Patient Administration Specialist AIT. It is one of the shortest training periods for a medical-related MOS, lasting only seven weeks.

2. Can you change your MOS in the national guard?

When you are eligible for re-enlistment, one of the options you have is to change your MOS.
 
Your MOS is also mounted in the TO & E units. Your unit has a need for the task you’re doing, and they’re counting on you to fill it.

3. Is it easier to go into the National Guard than the army?

No, joining the National Guard is a little more difficult than joining the Regular Army.

4. Is the Army National Guard a full-time job?

Absolutely. Your Guard commitment is limited to one weekend per month and one two-week period per year.
 
In addition, the Guard can assist you in paying for education or preparing for a career as an officer.

5. How long is basic training for the National Guard?

10 weeks
 
All National Guard members must attend Basic Combat Training for ten weeks, the same boot camp that full-time Army soldiers attend.

6. What is the best job in the army/national guard?

‣ 74D CBRN Specialist.
 
‣ 92Y Unit Supply Specialist.
 
‣ 15Q Air Traffic Control Operator.
 
‣ 88N Transportation Management Coordinator.
 
‣ 63 Dental Corps Officer.
 
‣ 15 Helicopter Repair.
 
‣ 12B Combat Engineer.
 
‣ 42B Human Resources Officer.

7. What is the worst MOS in the Army?

‣ Culinary Specialist (MOS 92G)

 

‣ Shower, Laundry & Clothing Repair Specialist (MOS 92S)

 

‣ Quartermaster & Chemical Equipment Repair (MOS 91J)

 

‣ Mortuary Affairs Specialist (MOS 92M)

 

‣ Water Treatment Specialist (MOS 92W)

8. Is there a three-year enlistment contract for the US Army?

The Army offers two-year, three-year, four-year, five-year, and six-year enlistment contracts.
 
Only a few Army occupations are available for two and three year enlistees (mostly those that don’t require a lot of training and for which the Army is having trouble recruiting enough people).

9. How hard is basic training for the Army National Guard?

For most objectives, you must be in a reasonable state of physical fitness. Strict, with no downtime, and a feeling of being treated unfairly.
 
Extremely intense! Members of the National Guard receive the same basic combat training as their active-duty counterparts, as well as job-specific training.

I believe this information was helpful. Keep visiting our page for more informative articles like this.

CSN Team.

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