The combat camera production specialist conceives and creates visual products for use in a broad range of areas including, but not limited to, Information Operations, operational imagery, command and public information, recruiting, briefs, training, investigations, etc., using specialized electronic tools. Typical duties include web page design, print
multiple formats and sizes, and combat documentation; manage, transmit and archive imagery; operates commercial reproduction equipment, and poweroperated binding equipment to finish a bind product. NCOs draft reports, official correspondence, and budget; supervise, and instruct personnel in the operation of all equipment and software related to MOS 4612 as well as supervising and organizing all aspects of production operations.

Combat photographers take digital photographs using all types of cameras and accessories in a variety of environments (including time of darkness and underwater) to support a wide range of requirements including: information operations, operational imagery, civil affairs, intelligence imagery, investigations, research, development, test and evaluation, recruiting, etc. Performs equipment inspection, preventive maintenance, visual and electronic quality control, captioning, archive accessioning, and photographic finishing. Combat photographer NCOs draft reports, official correspondence, and budget; supervise and instruct personnel in the operation of all equipment and software related to MOS 4641, as well as supervising and organizing all aspects of photographic operations.

Combat videographers use industry standard video cameras and editing equipment in a variety of environments (including time of darkness and underwater) to support a wide range of requirements including: information operations, operational imagery, civil affairs, intelligence imagery, investigations, research, development, test and evaluation, recruiting, etc. They perform video engineering equipment inspections, preventive maintenance, visual and statistical quality control, captioning, archive accessioning, and video dubbing. Combat videography NCOs draft reports, official correspondence and budgets, supervise and instruct personnel in the operation of all equipment and software related to MOS 4671, as well as supervising and organizing all aspects of video operations.

Combat camera chiefs assist the combat camera officers in supervising, coordinating, administering, and managing combat camera information activities. Typical duties include direct supervision, coordination, and management of enlisted personnel engaged in the combat camera OccFld. They also draft reports, official correspondence and budgets, and personnel estimates for the combat camera activity. These Marines may act as the combat camera officer in the absence of qualified officers, to include performing all the administrative duties normally assigned to those officers.

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