Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) - Chemical Corps

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Looking for jobs in the US Army? Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) is the US Army's term for the various jobs available to those that enlist. Take a look at the job listing below and see if any of these jobs are of interest to you.
Click on the name of the job specialty to see additional details about that MOS and requirements to do the various jobs.

Specialty CMF Major Duties
Chemical Operations Specialist 74D

Operates, performs operator maintenance, or supervises the use of NBC detection and decontamination equipment, smoke generators, and assists in the establishment, administration, training, and application of NBC defense measures. The NBC NCO provides training, advice, and supervision regarding the proper use and maintenance procedures for chemical equipment and chemical operations in company and higher level organizations.

Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer 74O

CBRN Officers command or serve as a Platoon Leader of a Chemical unit while employing the state-of-the-art CBRN defense systems. In a command and staff role the CBRN Officer, plans, coordinates, and directs CBRN operations and training within a command or activity to include CBRN vulnerability assessment; multi-spectral obscuration; sensitive site exploitation and assessment; CBRN reconnaissance; CBRN decontamination; CBRN force protection; and combating WMD, which includes nonproliferation, counter proliferation, and consequence management.