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Administration, Executive, and Managerial Occupations
Aviation Occupations
Combat Occupations
Human Services Officer Occupations
Intelligence and Law Enforcement Officers and Agents
Legal Occupations
Media and Public Affairs Officers Occupations
Medical and Healthcare Professionals
Medical Diagnosing and Treatment Practitioners
Ship and Submarine Officers Occupations
Special Operations Forces Officers Occupations
Transportation Officers Occupations

ADMINISTRATIVE, EXECUTIVE & MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Communications Managers
Oversee and direct personnel who operate computer systems, telecommunications, and satellite communications equipment.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree (engineering, mathematics, computer sciences, or related fields)

US Air Force
Communications Manager

US Army
Signal Officer
Communications Officer

US Coast Guard
Communications
Officer

US Marine Corps
Communications Officer

US Navy
Communications Officer

Federal
Communications Manager

Civilian
Satellite Communications
Manager
TV Broadcasting Manager

Finance and Accounting Managers
Manage financial affairs of the military branch; direct budgets and accounting, and set financial policies.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in accounting, finance, or related fields

US Air Force
Comptroller

US Army
Comptroller

US Coast Guard
Accounting Officer

US Marine Corps
Accounting Officer
Financial Specialist

US Navy
Accounting Officer
Fiscal Officer

Federal
Accounting Supervisor
Auditing Supervisor
IRS Agent
Financial Manager

Civilian
Accountant

Food Service Managers
The military needs to feed its personnel every day on bases, ships, submarines, and in remote stations. Food Service Managers plan and direct the preparation of meals for small groups to thousands; they also manage food budgets and inventories.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Food Service Manager

US Army
Subsistence Manager

US Coast Guard
Food Service Manager

US Marine Corps
Food Service Manager

US Navy
Food Service Manager

Federal
Food Program Specialist

Civilian
Hotel Manager
Restaurant Manager
Cafeteria Manager

International Relations Officers
Official liaisons between foreign
military and government officials; collect, analyze, and report on information concerning military, political, social, and economic matters of foreign countries.

Specialties
Africa
Asia
Eastern Europe
Latin America
Middle East
Western Europe


Education Requirement.

Four-year college degree; language
specialty is an advantage

US Air Force
Civil Affairs Attache

US Army
Civil Affairs Attache

US Coast Guard
Attache

US Marine Corps
International Relations Officer

US Navy
International Relations Officer

Federal
State Department Official
Foreign Service Official

Civilian
Political Scientist
Corporate Advisor

Management Analysts
Analyze and modify workloads involving the best use of human and material resources.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Administration Management
Officer

US Army
Administrative Systems Officer

US Coast Guard
Management Analyst

US Marine Corps
Personnel Officer

US Navy
Management Analyst

Federal
Management Analyst

Civilian
Management Analyst

Personnel Managers
Direct programs that assist military members with their career, training, and health care information; plan the hiring and training of personnel in the future.

Specialties
Mobilization Officer
Personnel Performance Officer
Manpower Planning Officer

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Personnel Officer

US Army
Personnel Officer

US Coast Guard
Personnel Officer

US Marine Corps
Management Officer

US Navy
Personnel Officer

Federal
Personnel Director
Employment Manager

Civilian
Personnel Director
Employment Manager

Postal Directors
Manage processing of military and civilian mail to military bases and naval fleets.

Education Requirement-
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Postal Officer

US Army
Postal Officer

US Coast Guard
Postal Officer

US Marine Corps
Postal Officer

US Navy
Postal Officer

Federal
U.S. Postal Service Official

Civilian
Postmaster
Express Mail Official

Purchasing and Contracting
Managers

Oversee and control purchasing of goods, equipment, and supplies; prepare formal contracts for services.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Acquisition Manager

US Army
Contracting Manager

US Coast Guard
Industrial Officer

US Marine Corps
Contracting Officer

US Navy
Procurement Officer

Federal
Contract and Procurement
Official

Civilian
Manufacturing Supervisor
Construction Supervisor

Recruiting Managers
Plan and direct recruiting activities to attract civilians to join the military in specialties of critical need; are also charged with retaining active duty military personnel.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Recruiting Service Officer

US Army
Recruiting Officer

US Coast Guard
Personnel Officer

US Marine Corps
Management Officer

US Navy
Procurement and
Recruiting Officer

Federal
Personnel Manager

Civilian
Corporate Recruiter

Store Managers
Direct operations and personnel of
military exchange stores and food
and merchandise outlets.

Specialties
Commissary Store Officer
Exchange Officer
Ship Store Officer

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Services Officer

US Army
Store Officer

US Coast Guard
Store Officer

US Marine Corps
Store Officer

US Navy
Store Officer

Federal
Commissary Store
Manager

Civilian
Retail Manager
Store Manager

Supply and Warehousing
Managers

Direct supply personnel and inventory of equipment, supplies, food, weapons, parts, and a variety of other items.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Supply Officer
Logistics Officer

US Army
Quartermaster
Supply Officer

US Coast Guard
Supply Officer

US Marine Corps
Supply Officer
Logistics Officer
Warehouse Officer

US Navy
Supply Officer
Logistics/inventory Warehouse Officer

Federal
Property Disposal
Supply Manager
Logistics Manager

Civilian
Storage Company Supervisor
Manufacturer/ Warehouse
Manager

Teaching and Instructors
Train and instruct military personnel in classrooms and in the field on a wide variety of subject matters, including college-level academic subjects.

Training and Education Directors
Develop and direct new training courses, supervise instructors, evaluate programs and progress of instructors and students.

Specialties
Academy Administrator
Aviation Program Officer
Educational and Training
Management
Professor
Ranger Officer
School Administrator
Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree/master's
degree

US Air Force
Instructor
Training Officer

US Army
Instructor
Training Officer

US Coast Guard
Training Officer

US Marine Corps
Instructor
Training Officer

US Navy
Instructor
Training Officer

Federal
Instructor
Education Specialist

Civilian
College Professor
College Dean

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US MILITARY AVIATION OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles

Airplane Pilots
Each branch of the military has pilots for a wide variety of aircraft from Stealth Bombers to small planes. Pilots are officers who are designated by skills or qualifications of a particular type of
aircraft they fly (example, B1 B Pilot). Pilots operate weapons, deliver troops, cargo, and bombs, and perform search and rescue missions.

Types
Airlift Pilot
Bomber Pilot
Fighter Pilot
Generalist Pilot
Special Operations Pilot
Tanker Pilot
Test Pilot
Trainer Pilot
Aeronautical Specialties
Astronaut

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree
Special Requirement
20/20 vision

US Air Force
Pilot

U.S. Army
Pilot

US Coast Guard
Pilot

US Marine Corps
Pilot

US Navy
Pilot

Federal
Pilot

Civilian
Pilot

Helicopter Pilots
Perform diverse missions from search and rescue to combat operations.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Helicopter Pilot

U.S. Army
Helicopter Pilot

US Coast Guard
Helicopter Pilot

US Marine Corps
Helicopter Pilot

US Navy
Helicopter Pilot

Federal
Helicopter Pilot

Civilian
Helicopter Pilot

Aircraft Navigators
Assist and direct pilots via navigation instruments; conduct fuel consumption projections and assist pilots in operation of the aircraft.

Navigation Specialties
Airlift Navigator
Bomber Navigator
Warfare Navigator
Fighter Navigator
Generalist Navigator
Special Operations Navigator
Tanker Navigator
Test Navigator

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Navigator

U.S. Army
Navigator

US Coast Guard
Navigator

US Marine Corps
Navigator

US Navy
Navigator

Federal
Navigator

Civilian
Navigator

Air Traffic Control Managers
Direct operations of air traffic control systems and control towers; direct takeoffs and landings of military airplanes and helicopters; supervise
operators of radar systems.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Air Traffic Control Manager

U.S. Army
Air Traffic Control Manager

US Coast Guard
Air Traffic Control Manager

US Marine Corps
Air Traffic Control Manager

US Navy
Air Traffic Control Manager

Federal
F.A.A. Supervisor

Civilian
Air Traffic Control
Manager

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US MILITARY COMBAT OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Artillery Officer
Direct firing of cannons, howitzers, missiles, and rockets; supervise the use of specialized equipment to locate targets. Artillery is used to protect ground troops and sea forces from air attack.

Air Defense Artillery
Air Defense Artillery, General
Short-Range Air Defense Artillery
(SHORAD)
Hawk Missile ADA
Patriot Missile ADA
Field Artillery
Field Artillery General
Light Missile Field Artillery
Field Artillery Target Acquisition
Cannon Field Artillery

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Artillery Officer

U.S. Army
Artillery Officer

US Coast Guard
Artillery Officer

US Marine Corps
Artillery Officer

US Navy
Artillery Officer

Federal
Ordnance Engineer

Civilian
Ammunition Storage
Supervisor

Infantry Officer
The infantry is the backbone of the
military. Infantry officers lead specially trained units to destroy enemy ground forces, operate and fire a variety of weapons, parachute from transport planes, and conduct extended patrol
missions.

Restricted.
At the present time this combat occupation is restricted to male military members only. However, things change.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

U.S. Army
Infantry Officer

US Marine Corps
Infantry Officer

Federal
Security Specialist

Civilian
Police Officer

Missile Systems Officers
Direct and control missile crew and ballistic missile systems that are fired from underground silos, submarines, and land-based launchers.

Missile Officer Specialties
Missile Commander
Missile Launch Officer
Missile Operations Officer
Hawk Missile Air Defense Officer
Patriot Missile Air Defense Officer

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Missile Systems Officer

U.S. Army
Missile Systems Officer

US Marine Corps
Missile Systems Officer

US Navy
Missile Systems Officer

Federal
Ordnance Engineer

Civilian
Electronics Systems
Supervisor

Tank Officers
Command and drive state-of-the- art tanks in combat; operate weapons systems; support and defend ground infantry troops.

Restricted
At the present time this combat occupation is restricted to male military members only.

Fighting Vehicles
MIIA2, Abrams Tank
M 1/M 1 A, Abrams Tank
M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle
M3 Cavalry Fighting Vehicle
M60 AII-A3 and M48 Series Tank
M551 Armor Reconnaissance Vehicle

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

U.S. Army
Tank Officer

US Marine Corps
Tank Officer

Federal
Ordnance Engineer

Civilian
Operating Engineer

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US MILITARY HUMAN SERVICES OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Chaplains
Military personnel come from all walks of life and religious backgrounds. Chaplains hold worship services and provide education and related duties.

Chaplain-Related Designations
Chaplain Education and Training
Chaplain Resource Manager
Chaplain Service School
(Instructor)
Confinement Ministry
Hospital Ministry
Marriage and Family Ministry
Pastoral Coordinator
Pastoral Counselor, Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Counselor
Religious Education Ministry

Education Special Requirement.
Master's degree in theology and
ordination

US Air Force
Chaplain

U.S. Army
Chaplain

US Coast Guard
Chaplain

US Navy
Chaplain

Federal
Chaplain

Civilian
Clergyman
Minister
Preacher
Priest
Rabbi

Social Workers
Assist military personnel and their families with personal problems, such as drug and alcohol abuse, depression, and emotional problems.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in social work/sciences

US Air Force
Social Worker

U.S. Army
Social Worker

US Navy
Social Worker

Federal
Social Worker

Civilian
Social Worker

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INTELLIGENCE & LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles

Inspector General Office Occupations
Conduct and supervise investigations of fraud, waste, and abuse of government resources; maintain both investigatory and audit personnel. A large number of
federal agencies maintain Inspector
General Offices to include the Department of Defense (Pentagon duty).

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree
(numerous fields)

US Air Force
Inspector General

U.S. Army
Inspector General

US Coast Guard
DOT Inspector General

US Marine Corps
Inspector General

US Navy
Inspector General

Federal
Inspector General
-investigator
-Auditor
FBI Agent

Civilian
Special Investigator

Intelligence
The chief mission of Intelligence is gathering information critical to national defense. There are numerous specialties within the Intelligence field. "Intell" officers help plan military missions and direct sea, ground, and human surveillance.

Intelligence Specialties
Counterintelligence
Human Intelligence
Image Interpretation
Language Interrogation
Operation Intelligence
Psychological Operations
Signal Intelligence

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree
(numerous fields)

US Air Force
Intelligence
Signals Intelligence
Imagery Intelligence
U.S. Army
Military Intelligence
Strategic Intelligence
Tactical Intelligence
Human Intelligence
Signals Intelligence
Imagery Intelligence
Counterintelligence

US Coast Guard
CGI Intelligence

US Marine Corps
Intelligence

US Navy
ONI Intelligence
Psychology
Operational Intelligence
Tactical Intelligence

Federal
CIA Agent
NSA Agent
FBI Agent

Civilian
Corporate Intelligence

Law Enforcement and Military
Police

Direct and supervise military police officers, much like a chief of police; oversee physical security, criminal investigations, and correction activities.

Education Requirement-
Four-year college degree
(numerous fields)

US Air Force
OSI Security Police

U.S. Army
CID Military Police
Corrections Officer

US Coast Guard
CGI Investigations Officer

US Marine Corps
NIS Military Police
Corrections Officer

US Navy
NIS Security Officer
Shore Patrol Officer

Federal
FBI Agent
U.S. Customs Agent
ATF Agent
Corrections Officer

Civilian
Chief of Police
Director of Security
Warden
State Trooper
Police Officer

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US MILITARY LEGAL OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Lawyers
The military maintains it own legal system. Lawyers conduct legal research, prosecute, and defend court cases and military personnel. In addition, they represent the military in civil and international legal matters.

Legal Related Skills
Claims/Litigation Specialist
Government Contract Law
Specialist
International Law Specialist
Military Lawyer
Environmental Lawyer

Education Requirement.
Law degree and membership in the bar in either federal court or the highest court in the state

US Air Force
Lawyer

U.S. Army
Lawyer

US Coast Guard
Lawyer

US Marine Corps
Lawyer

US Navy
Lawyer

Federal
Lawyer

Civilian
Lawyer

Military Judges
Preside over military legal cases, make judgments based on the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and rule on law. Most military judges have prior experience as military lawyers.

Education Requirement.
Law degree and membership in the bar in either federal court or the highest court in the state

US Air Force
Judge

U.S. Army
Judge Advocate General

US Coast Guard
Judge

US Marine Corps
Judge

US Navy
Judge

Federal
Judge

Civilian
Judge

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MEDIA AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Audiovisual and Broadcast Directors
Produce motion pictures, videotapes, and television and radio productions for a wide audience.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Visual Information Officer

U.S. Army
Audiovisual Officer

US Marine Corps
Audiovisual Officer

US Navy
Motion Picture and Television Officer

Federal
Audiovisual Production
Director

Civilian
Television Stations Manager
Motion Picture Company
Director
Advertising Director

Public Information Officers
Liaison between the military and the public and media is a key part of this career. PlOs answer questions and inquiries from the public, the media, and government leaders.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Public Affairs Officer

U.S. Army
Public Affairs Officer

US Coast Guard
Public Affairs Officer

US Marine Corps
Public Affairs Officer

US Navy
Public Affairs Officer

Federal
Public Affairs Officer

Civilian
Corporation Officer
College Public Relations
Representative

Music and Band Directors
All of the branches pride themselves on having an outstanding band for military
parades, ceremonies, and national events. Music and band directors supervise musicians for various productions.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in
music/music education

US Air Force
Band Officer

U.S. Army
Band Officer

US Coast Guard
Band Officer

US Marine Corps
Band Officer

US Navy
Music Director

Federal
N/A

Civilian
Band Director
Music Teacher

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MEDICAL AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles

Health Care Administrators
Manage military hospitals, clinics, and health care facilities.

Health Care Administration
Specialties

Health Care Administrator
Health Services Administrator
Health Services Comptroller
Health Services Systems Manager
Patient Administrator
Health Services Human Resources
Management
Health Services Material
Management

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in health care, business, nursing administration, or related fields

US Air Force
Administrator
ArmyAdministrator

US Coast Guard
Administrator

US Marine Corps
Administrator

US Navy
Administrator

Federal
Administrator
Hospital Director

Civilian
Hospital Director
Medical Coordinator

Dietitians
Manage medical food services facilities and plan special diets for patients and plan budgets.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in food and nutrition or related fields

US Air Force
Dietitian

U.S. Army
Dietitian

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Dietitian

Federal
Dietitian

Civilian
Dietitian

Pharmacists
Manage the purchasing, storing, and dispensing of drugs and medicine.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in pharmacy and a state license to practice pharmacy

US Air Force
Pharmacist

U.S. Army
Pharmacist

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Pharmacist

Federal
Pharmacist

Civilian
Pharmacist

Physical and Occupational Therapists
Plan and administer treatments and exercise to patients disabled by injury or illness.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in physical and occupational therapy

US Air Force
Physical and Occupational
Therapist

U.S. Army
Physical and Occupational
Therapist

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Physical and Occupational
Therapist

Federal
Physical and Occupational
Therapist

Civilian
Physical and Occupational
Therapist

Physician Assistants
Examine, diagnose, and treat patients under the supervision of medical doctors.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree/Graduation from an accredited physician assistant's program

US Air Force
Physician Assistant

U.S. Army
Physician Assistant

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Physician Assistant

Federal
Physician Assistant

Civilian
Physician Assistant

Registered Nurses
Direct nursing teams and provide care to patients; give injections, assist physicians during surgery, and maintain patient records.

Nursing Specialties
Clinical Nurse
Community Health Nurse
Medical-Surgical Nurse
Nurse Administrator
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Recruiting
Obstetric and Gynecologic Nurse
Operating Room Nurse
Pediatric Nurse
Psych iatric/Mental Health Nurse

Education Requirement.
Graduation from an accredited nursing program and a nursing license

US Air Force
Registered Nurse

U.S. Army
Registered Nurse

US Coast Guard
Registered Nurse

US Navy
Registered Nurse

Federal
Registered Nurse

Civilian
Registered Nurse

Speech Therapists
Treat patients with hearing andspeech problems.

Education Requirement.
Master's degree in audiology or speech therapy

US Air Force
Audiologist

U.S. Army
Audiologist

US Coast Guard
Speech Therapist

US Navy
Audiologist

Federal
Speech Pathologist

Civilian
Speech Therapist

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MEDICAL DIAGNOSING AND TREATMENT PRACTITIONERS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Physicians and Surgeons
Medical doctors and surgeons provide services to military personnel and their dependents.

Medical Specialties
Allergist-Clinical Immunologist
Anesthesiologist
Cardiologist
Child Neurologist
Clinical Pharmacologist
Dermatologist
Diagnostic Radiologist
Emergency Physician
Endocrinologist
Family Physician
Field Surgeon
Flight Surgeon
Gastroenterologist
General Surgeon
Infectious Disease Officer
Internist
Medical Oncologist/Hernatologist
Nephrologist
Neurologist
Neurosurgeon
Nuclear Medicine Officer
Obstetric i a n/Gyneco I og ist
Occupational Medicine Officer
Operational Medicine
Ophthalmologist
Orthopedic Surgeon
Otolaryngologist
Pathologist
Pediatric Cardiologist
Pediatrician
Peripheral Vascular Surgeon
Physiatrist
Plastic Surgeon
Rheurnatologist
Therapeutic
Radiologist
Thoracic Surgeon
Urologist

Education Requirement.
A medical or osteopathy doctoral degree and advanced training in a medical specialty

US Air Force
Physician
Surgeon

U.S. Army
Physician
Surgeon

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Physician
Surgeon

Federal
Physician
Surgeon

Civilian
Physician
Surgeon

Psychiatrists and Psychologists
Conduct research and treatment of military personnel involving human behavior and mental illness.

Psychologists
Child Psychologist
Clinical Psychologist
Neuropsychologist
Research Psychologist
Psychiatrist
Child Psychiatrist

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree in psychology or doctor of psychiatry

US Air Force
Psychiatrist
Psychologist

U.S. Army
Psychiatrist
Psychologist

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Psychiatrist
Psychologist

Federal
Psychiatrist
Psychologist

Civilian
Psychiatrist
Psychologist

Optometrists
Provide eye care and treat visual problems.

Education Requirement.
Doctor of optometry degree

US Air Force
Optometrist

U.S. Army
Optometrist

US Coast Guard
USPHSO

US Navy
Optometrist

Federal
Optometrist

Civilian
Optometrist

Dentists
Examine, diagnose, and treat diseases and disorders of the mouth.

Dental Specialties
Endodontist
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Oral Pathologist
Orthodontist
Periodontist
Prosthodontist
Public Health Dentist

Education Requirement.
Doctor of dentistry degree

US Air Force
Dental Officer

U.S. Army
Dentist

US Coast Guard
USPHO

US Navy
Dental Officer

Federal
Dentist

Civilian
Dentist

Veterinarians
Provide medical services to animals.

Veterinary Services
Field Veterinary Service
Veterinary Comparative Medicine
Veterinary Laboratory Animal
Medicine
Veterinary Microbiology
Veterinary Pathology
Veterinary Preventive Medicine

Education Requirement.
Doctor of veterinary medicine

US Air Force
Veterinary Services Officer

U.S. Army
Veterinary Scientist

Federal
Veterinarian

Civilian
Veterinarian

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US MILITARY SHIP AND SUBMARINE OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Ship and Submarine Officers
Categorized by department or specialties such as: communications, weapons, supply.

Ship Officer Titles
Commanding Officer, Afloat
Search and Rescue Officer
Undersea Weapons Project Officer
Hull Inspection Officer
Flight Deck Officer
Submarine Warfare Officer
Ship Electric Warfare Officer
Diving Officer

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree
(numerous fields)

US Coast Guard
Ship Officer

US Navy
Ship Officer
Submarine Officer

Federal
Ship Officer

Civilian
Merchant Marine Ship Officer

Ship Engineering Officers
Supervise and control ship or submarine engineering departments that are responsible for the engine operation, generators, heating plants, and air conditioning systems.

Ship Engineer Officer Specialties
General Diesel
Gas Turbine
Steam
Nuclear

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree
(numerous fields)

US Coast Guard
Engineering Officer

US Navy
Engineering Officer
Nuclear Reactor Engineer

Federal
Engineer

Civilian
Engineer

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SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles

Special Operations Forces Officers
SOF are elite combat units that operate with stealth, concealment, and surprise to accomplish their operations. SOF conduct search and destroy missions, clear underwater mine fields, and go behind enemy lines. They provide specialized air power for worldwide deployment and assignment to conduct unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, counterterrorism, foreign internal defense, humanitarian assistance,
psychological operations, personnel retrieval, and counternarcotics.

Special Comment
For the most part, Special Operations are not entry-level positions. The military is looking for service members who have already proven themselves prior to special operations duty.

Restricted
At the present time Special Forces
occupations are restricted to male
military members only.

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Special Operations Officer

U.S. Army
Green Berets Officer

US Marine Corps
IVIEU Team Officer

US Navy
SEAL Team Officer

Federal
CIA Agent
FBI Agent
ATF Agent

Civilian
Corporate Security Officer

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US MILITARY TRANSPORTATION OFFICERS OCCUPATIONS
Occupational Category/ Duties US Military Branch / MSO Related Jobs Titles
Transportation Managers
Direct movement of personnel and mat6riel by air, road, rail, and water, using aircraft, trucks, trains, and ships.

Transportation Management Specialties
Air Traffic Manager
Cargo Officer
Households Goods Officer
Marine and Terminal Operations
Motor/Rail Transportation
Passenger Transportation Officer
Shipping Operations Officer
Traffic Manager

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Transportation Officer

U.S. Army
Transportation Manager

US Coast Guard
Transportation Manager

US Marine Corps
Traffic Manager

US Navy
Transportation Officer

Federal
Transportation Specialist

Civilian
Airline Manager
Railroad Manager
Shipping Manager

Transportation Maintenance Managers
Direct personnel who repair and maintain the military's transportation system, which includes ships, aircraft, trucks, vehicles, and railroad cars.

Specialties
Aircraft Maintenance
Aviation Maintenance
Automotive Maintenance

Education Requirement.
Four-year college degree

US Air Force
Aircraft Maintenance Manager
Automotive Maintenance Manager

U.S. Army
Aircraft Maintenance Manager
Automotive Maintenance Manager

US Coast Guard
Maintenance Manager

US Marine Corps
Aircraft Maintenance Manager
Automotive Maintenance Manager

US Navy
Aviation Maintenance Manager

Federal
Maintenance Manager

Civilian
Transportation Maintenance
Manager