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Army Military Working Dog Handlers (MOS 31K) are responsible for training and caring for their service dog.
These service dogs are used in both abroad combat operations and installation security in the U.S..
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Army Counterintelligence Agent (MOS 35L) is responsible for detecting and countering foreign intelligence entities.
These specialized soldiers complete investigations, collect evidence and help stop international terrorist threats.
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Army CH-47 Helicopter Repairer (MOS 15U) is responsible for the maintenance and inspection of the CH-47 Helicopter.
The CH-47 Helicopter is also known as the Chinook.
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Cyber Operations Specialists (MOS 17C) are tasked with safeguarding Army intelligence and information.
They safeguard information by protecting digital data, maintaining security measures like firewalls, and introducing new cyber security.
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Army Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operators (MOS 15W) work as remote pilots of unmanned observation aircrafts, otherwise known as drones.
UAVs are used to gather intelligence so MOS 15W are considered intelligence specialists.
Army UAV Operators (MOS 15W) are an … Click Here To Read the rest