MOS 14G—Air Defense Battle Management System Operator

Qualifications for initial award of MOS 14G, Air Defense Battle Management System Operator:

PULHES: Unknown
Physical Demands Rating: Unknown
Required ASVAB Score: Unknown
Enlistment Bonus: Level 3
Security Clearance: None
U.S. Citizenship: Required
AIT Length / Location: 16 weeks at Ft Sill, OK

Air Defense Battle Management System Operator (MOS 14G) Description / Major Duties:

MOS 14J (Air Defense Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence Tactical Operations Center Enhanced Operator / Maintainer) is being split into two separate MOSs, 14G and 14H. As 14G (Air Defense Battle Management System Operator) is a newly established MOS, not all of the enlistment requirements are known at this time. However, since the MOS was split from 14J, the requirements should be very similar in nature.

MOS 14G will start training soldiers on June 13th with 14J finishing its last class on May 9th. Of the two newly established MOSs that have been split from 14J, MOS 14G will have the largest population and will be assigned to the active and reserve components. 14G soldiers will be assigned at levels from the Army Service Component Command all the way down to brigade combat teams. Within those assignments they will be responsible for ADAM cell operations and will be key to the combatant commander's situational awareness. Soldiers assigned as a 14G will also be assigned to air defense formations ranging from the Army air and missile defense commands, Air Defense Artillery brigades, maneuver battalions and all Sentinel sections. The equipment in these organizations will be reduced to the Air Defense System Integrators workstation, the Tactical Airspace Integration System, Forward Area Air Defense-Engagement Operations workstation, the Air and Missile Defense Work Station, communications and the Sentinel Radar.

Article Last Modified: May 10, 2011

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