Network Communication Systems Specialist
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MOS 25H was established in October 2022 and consists of former occupational specialties 25L, 25N, and 25Q.

o recognized junior Soldiers' successes; increased involvement and inspired enthusiastic interest in an alternate MOS

o travelled to UIII to troubleshoot lack of radio communication; replaced TACSAT radio cable and restored communications between Camp Arifjan and UIII

o assigned as wire team NCOIC to the USF-I Command relocation to Al Asad; completed all tasks 5 days ahead of schedule; received excellent commendations

o cross-trained during the FTX phase of AT; aided in the overall success of the signal mission and the mission of the CPN team

o dedicated to self-development; mentored four troop level signal Soldiers in both field and garrison, advanced MOS tasks and STT/WIN-T operations

o established both STT and CPN networks for TOCEX; ensured 95% continuous upper tactical internet communications for over 20 users

o implemented critical field maintenance of 1 STT, 2 CPN servers and 1 M577 tactical command post track; increased communications proficiency by 80%

o installed four network systems spanning two buildings; contributed to the bed down of operation Inherent Resolve and paved the way for the Syrian Train and Equip mission

o installed routine and ad hoc Defense Switched Network (DSN) and Voice over Secure Internet Protocol (VOSIP) telephone connections; delivered reins of command

o inventoried and tested signal equipment and ancillary support equipment; ensured DSC, HHBN equipment was fully mission-ready

o managed a highly complex network; demonstrated outstanding troubleshooting skills; resolved all 656 Signal Co. comm issues within first day of arrival

o provided reliable connectivity to more than 130 terminals throughout Regional Command South area of operations; enabled UHN 6703 to maintain a 98% efficiency rating

o ran and buried 2500 feet of network cable throughout base camp during CSTX; provided the foundation for successful network connectivity on Base Camp Liberty

o removed all NIPR and SIPR cable and reran them all to standard, updated circuit cards; improved documentation and reduced troubleshooting efforts

o restored corrupted vms and NIPR and SIPR; fixed issue of SIPR router stuck in a boot up loop; sustained secure communications

o served as Operator-Maintainer in the Unit Hub Node (UHN) during OEF; provided service to more than 130 comm terminals across Regional Command South AOO

o worked with the hub to troubleshoot and fix issues with SIPR call manager and dhcp voice pool within SIPR router allowing SIPR voice to work properly

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