Operates both mounted and dismounted to close with and destroy the enemy. Employs, operates, and maintains assigned weapons and equipment. Employs proper dismounted movement techniques, cover, concealment, and camouflage as part of dismount team. Performs basic communication functions and operates platoon communications equipment. Constructs individual fighting positions. Collects and reports tactical information as member of combat or reconnaissance patrol. Assists in target detection, identification, and round sensing. Assist in the breaching of minefields and obstacles.
Team Leader in a M2A2 ODS Mechanized Infantry Platoon
Team Leader in a M2A2 ODS Mechanized Infantry Platoon;Bradley gunner maintains accountability of up to 2.5 million dollars worth of equipment, BII and communications platforms onboard the vehicle; trains and mentors the Bradley driver, responsible for his equipment and well-being; operates the 25 MM cannon and the 7.62 coax machine gun during combat patrol, navigates for the Bradley Commander, and monitors communications traffic between other vehicles and ground units; takes control of vehicle movement in the absence of the Bradley Commander.
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MOS INFANTRY 11B/Squad Leader
Assigned as a Squad Leader, responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and combat readiness of a six man squad in a Rapid Deployment Platoon of the 3rd Infantry Division; Assists platoon sergeant in developing and implementing individual training; provides technical guidance and support to subordanates in administrative matters; supervises maintenance; ensures compliance with all directed, specified, and implied tasks; responsible for the accountability of $2,000.000 in weapons, optics, and organizational equipment.
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MOS 11B (PSD) PLATOON SERGEANT
Platoon Sergeant of 14 man Protective Services Detachment Platoon tasked with guarding the Battalion Command Team in support of combat operation in XXXXXX, Afghanistan; responsible for the health, welfare, morale, training, discipline, physical conditioning, and professional development of the entire platoon; ensures the combat readiness of a platoon capable of worldwide deployment in 36 hours notice; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of all weapons, vehicles, and equipment organic to the platoon worth in excess of $3,000,000.
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Senior Drill Sergeant/11B4X
Responsible for the mentoring of two Drill Sergeants and the training of 60 Infantry Soldiers in all phases of training; supports the Infantry OSUT POI and conducts classes on a variety of Infantry subjects; ensures each assigned Soldier's individual training record is properly maintained; conducts situational training exercises during a seven day FTX; plans and assists in the execution of all training; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $50,000.
Drill Sergeant: MOS 11B
Responsible for the training of 60 Infantry Soldiers in all phases of training; supports the Infantry and OSUT POI and conducts classes on a variety of Infantry subjects; ensures each assigned Soldier's training record is properly maintained; conducts situational training exercises during a seven day FTX; assists in the execution of all training; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $75,000.
MOS 11B Operations Sergeant
Advises the commander on training, logistics, personnel and mobilization readiness; develops, updates and maintains mobilization plans including COMPASS and AUEL reports, vehicle load plans, unit movement plans, convoy clearance requests, Annual Post Mobilization Training Support Report, Unit Alert Roster and unit Home Station Activities list; ensures the unit is POM/POR qualified; reviews and implements mobilization directives; obtains required data for the unit status report; assists the commander in preparing readiness reports; monitors Equipment on Hand (EOH) and Equipment Readiness (ER) status; attends all unit training; performs other duties as assigned.
MOS 11B Asst Operations Sergeant
Responsible for the morale, logistics support, and training of a 24 man Quick Reaction Force; responsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, vehicles, and individual equipment worth over $350,000; counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders; maintains the highest state of combat readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes.
Bradley Gunner/M2A3 Mechanized Infantry Platoon
Bradley gunner maintains accountability of up to 2.5 million dollars worth of equipment, BII and communications platforms onboard the vehicle; trains and mentors the Bradley driver, responsible for his equipment and well-being; operates the 25 MM cannon and the 7.62 coax machine gun during combat patrol, navigates for the Bradley Commander, and monitors communications traffic between other vehicles and ground units; takes control of vehicle movement in the absence of the Bradley Commander.
Conducts reconnaissance to provide the commander with information that has tactical value concerning the enemy, terrain, weather, and civil considerations within an AO; reconnoiters terrain to determine current and future movement and maneuver conditions; determines the enemy's disposition, strengths and weakness in detail; provides the information necessary to allow combined armed forces to maneuver against the enemy; strikes where the enemy is most vulnerable, and applies power to defeat it; gathers the information needed for execution of stability within the AO.
11B/Sergeant of the Guard Installation Access Control Point
Served as a Sergeant of the guard Installation Access Control Point (IACP). Controlled access of vehicles, visitors and pedestrians into military installations. Screen employees, visitors, and contractor personnel for visitor access on military installations. Deny access to unauthorized personnel or those who do not meet authorized entry criteria. Make instantaneous decisions regarding use of deadly force, operate Active Vehicle Barrier when required, and alert appropriate officials of apparent security violations. Conduct traffic stops at the IACP for safety and security checks.
11B/Senior Sniper E-5/SGT
Responsible for providing long-range, precision rifle fire on key target, select targets and targets of opportunity and to collect and report battlefield information for a 822 Soldier IN BN; responsible for the training, employment, and conduct of a 3 man team, and executes the orders of the S3, SEO and section leader and is responsible for accomplishing the mission in offensive, defensive and stabilization operations, capable of world-wide deployment in VUCA environment; responsible for the care, maintenance, and accountability of his team's individual and organizational equipment valued in excess of $100,000; assists all levels of the NCO support channel and chain of command in the achievement of the BN commander's and S3's mission.
Serves as the senior radio telephone operator of an infantry company with an assigned strength of over 130 Soldiers; maintains the critical link between the company and battalion leadership; receives processes, disseminates, and tracks critical information in a timely and accurate manner; records all actions of the company; updates charts and overlays; takes spot reports, messages, and relays messages; responsible for taking immediate action upon receipt of Commanders Critical information Requirements (CCIR) or Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).
First Sergeant: Basic Combat Training (BCT) 11Z5M
First Sergeant for a gender-integrated Basic Combat Training company assigned the mission of providing tactically competent, physically fit, values based, and highly motivated Soldiers; responsible for the safety, health, welfare, morale, discipline, professional development, and training of 12 Drill Sergeants, one DA-Civilian, a supply sergeant, a supply specialist, and 960 Initial Entry Soldiers annually; primary advisor to the company commander in establishing all unit policies, procedures, and training guidance; oversees the accountability of equipment valued in excess of $1.5 million.
Instructor/Writer: MOS 11B
Responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, and safety of over 1,000 Officers in training on Anti-Armor weapon systems to include the Javelin, MK19, M2 50 Caliber Machine Gun, and Anti-Armor tactics; accounts for all weapons and related training equipment in excess of $500,000; conducts over 20 hours of instruction per week to the Infantry Pre-Command Course (IPCC), Infantry Officer Basic Course (IOBC), and Officer Candidate School (OCS).
Section Leader/MOS 11B
Section leader of a mechanized infantry section in USAREUR; prepares section to deploy to tactical environments; responsible for the individuals of his section and their collective training; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of all assigned equipment; ensures the combat readiness of the section to accomplish the platoon mission; responsible for the health and welfare of six section members and their families; responsible for equipment in excess of 2.4 million dollars.
MOS 11B Stryker Vehicle Commander
Responsible for the maintenance and operation of a STRYKER combat vehicle; Maintains accountability of up to 6,000,000 dollars worth of equipment, BII and communications platforms onboard vehicle; Trains and mentors STRYKER driver, responsible for his equipment and well-bieng; Operates heavy machine gun during combat patrol, navigates for the squad leader, and monitors communications traffic between other vehicles and ground units; Takes control of vehicle movement in the absence of the squad leader.
Provides the fire team with high trajectory, high explosive capability out to 350 meters utilizing the M203 40mm grenade launcher in order to suppress and destroy enemy Infantry and light-armoured vehicles; provide smoke to screen and cover his squad's fire and movement; employ illumination rounds to increase his squad's visibility and mark enemy positions; engage targets with the appropriate rounds day or night; is responsible for ensuring that he has all of his equipment readay and available for duty and is prepared to carry out his duties; be prepared to assume the duties of the automatic weapons gunner and the team leader.