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Army Medical Laboratory Specialists (MOS 68K) work in medical settings like an Army clinic or hospital laboratory.
An Army Medical Laboratory Specialist (MOS 68K) performs tests on the blood, tissue, and body fluids of patients.
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Army Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer (MOS 25Q) operates and maintains equipment that communicates through more than one channel.
Soldiers in this MOS complete troubleshooting and repairs on any assigned multi-channel transmission system.
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Army Signals Collection Analysts (MOS 35S) is responsible for the detection, acquisition, location, and identification of foreign electronic intelligence.
The analyst is tasked with exploiting non-voice communications and other electronic signals in order to produce strategic and tactical intelligence.
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Cryptologic Cyberspace Intelligence Collectors (MOS 35Q) perform cryptologic digital analysis for the U.S. Army.
The cryptologic digital analysis is used to establish target identification and operational patterns.
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Army Cryptologic Linguists (MOS 35P) identify foreign communications.
They use signals equipment to help track down foreign communications.
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