This is a NMOS that requires formal digital network analysis and reporting training. Cryptologic digital network technicians/analysts are involved in all facets of planning and conducting digital network collection and analysis. Operators must perform digital signals search mission; measure, evaluate and classify digital network signals; and provide traditional signals intelligence (SIGINT) support as deemed necessary by the unit commander. Operators must be familiar with computer hardware and software programs to include network operating systems. The duties and tasks for MOS 2611 increase at the rank of staff sergeant and above to encompass digital network analysis product reporting, information operations planning support, and supervisory tasks and functions. This MOS will be assigned as to Marines in the 2600 OccFld. This MOS will be assigned and voided only by authority of the CMC (MM).

Special communications signals collection operators/analysts exploit every phase of communications signals and digital network systems by engaging in collection, analysis, active SIGINT, and electronic warfare (EW). Additional skills include planning, coordinating, and executing operations from start to finish while utilizing both program of record equipment as well as commercially acquired equipment and fieldexpedient antennas and the maintenance thereof.

This is a NMOS that requires formal analysis and reporting training. Signals intelligence analysts' duties encompass all facets of signals intelligence analysis and supervision of selected collection and EW/COMSEC operations. In this function, the analyst develop and maintain records on technical aspects of target emitters, develop and maintain communications order of battle files, situation maps, and other related SIGINT files. Analysts prepare and issue reports to include intelligence reports, technical reports, and summaries. Analyst may be required to perform Signals Intelligence briefings. This MOS will be assigned to Marines holding MOSs 2621, 2631, and 267X. This MOS will be assigned and voided only by authority of the CMC (MM).

ELINT intercept operators/analysts duties encompass all facets of ELINT transmissions intercept and analysis including installation, operation, and preventive maintenance of associated equipment. Operators must perform electronic signals search missions, record the intercept of signals using electronic means, and measure, classify, and evaluate the signal. Operators perform signals analysis, prepare electronic order of battle appraisals, and map overlays as required.

Special intelligence communicators' duties encompass all aspects of special intelligence communications including the utilization of equipment. Special Intelligence Communicators duties include support to the transmission and receiving of special intelligence via various hardware and software systems. Communicators also maintain files, log special intelligence communications related publications and perform other operational and administrative tasks. Additionally, Marines assigned this MOS will receive training in MOS related requirements including unit unique computer security systems, the operation of power supply, equipment prime mover (truck), and operator vehicle maintenance procedures. This MOS will be assigned and voided only by the authority of the CMC (MM).

Cryptologic linguists monitor, transcribe, and translate intercepted target communications; perform analysis and exploitation of designated foreign communications; and install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance of intercept equipment. Following basic qualification as a Linguist (MOS 2711-2728), Marines attend a specialized course of instruction and upon completion are assigned the appropriate MOS. Secondary duties and tasks include aspects of EW/COMSEC and direction-finding operations. In addition, Marines assigned MOS 2671 receive MOJT in such MOS related requirements as power supply operation, equipment prime mover (truck) operation, and vehicle maintenance procedures. Intermediate and advanced language training is available. Prior to, or in conjunction with being promoted to staff sergeant, Marines will receive Traffic Analysis training (formal school or MOJT).

Cryptologic linguists monitor, transcribe, and translate intercepted target communications; perform analysis and exploitation of designated foreign communications; and install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance of intercept equipment. Following basic qualification as a linguist (2733-2747), Marines attend a specialized course of instruction and upon completion are assigned the appropriate MOS.

Cryptologic linguists monitor, transcribe, and translate intercepted target communications; perform analysis and exploitation of designated foreign communications; and install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance of intercept equipment. Following basic qualification as a linguist (MOS 2754-2769), Marines attend a specialized course of instruction and upon completion are assigned the appropriate MOS.

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