Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as a required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as a required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.
 

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.

Linguist MOSs are EMOSs used in conjunction with the 267X primary MOSs that indicate specialized foreign language skills, however, they are also used to identify language requirements associated with other intelligence MOSs and designated billets that require specific foreign language skills. Linguists supervise and participate in language translation/interpretation activities pertaining primarily to military operational and intelligence activities. The linguist MOSs will be assigned as EMOSs to identify those Marines with qualifying foreign language skills. The titles and MOSs will also be used to identify billets in T/Os requiring specific foreign language skills as required billet MOS (BMOS). These EMOSs will be assigned and voided by the CMC (MM) only.
 

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