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  • Soldier repairing an apache helicopter

    AH-64 Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer (15Y)

    The AH-64 Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of AH-64 helicopters, twin-engine attack aircraft. With hundreds of Army missions depending on these helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer (15R)

    The AH-64 attack helicopter repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of the AH-64 attack helicopters (also known as the “Apache”). With hundreds of Army missions depending on these helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Repairing Avenger System

    Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Crewmember (14S)

    An air and missile defense crewmember is responsible for operating the avenger system, a lightweight, highly mobile weapon system that provides air defense protection against air and land attacks.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army ADA Soldiers

    Air Defense Artillery Officer (14A)

    The air defense artillery officer leads the air defense artillery branch, who protects U.S. forces from aerial attack, missile attack and enemy surveillance. They must be an expert in tactics, techniques and procedures for the employment of air defense systems.

    They also become an expert in one or more of the following systems: the PATRIOT missile system and the AVENGER system.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • A Soldier supervises while a gunner raises the elevation of a Howitzer during training

    Air Defense Battle Management System Operator (14G)

    The air defense battle management system operator operates with equipment systems that guard against aerial and space attack. They play an important role in the Army’s air defense artillery team.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Air defense enhanced early warning system operators

    Air Defense Enhanced Early Warning System Operator (14H)

    The air defense enhanced early warning system operators supervise PATRIOT air defense units and air defense activities that engage in liaison functions. Their teams are used to neutralize air targets and are an important part of the Army’s space defense system.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Air Traffic Controller

    Air Traffic Control (ATC) Operator (15Q)

    The air traffic control operator is responsible for tracking planes and giving them landing and takeoff instructions at air traffic control facilities.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Air Traffic Controller

    Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer (94D)

    The air traffic control equipment repairer performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance and installation of air traffic control communications, navigation aids and landing systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier working on Helicoper landing gear

    Aircraft Electrician (15F)

    The aircraft electrician is primarily responsible for supervising, inspecting and performing maintenance on aircraft electrical systems. They ensure that the electrical systems on airplanes and helicopters are properly maintained and repaired.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Mechanics work on helicopter

    Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer (15H)

    The aircraft pneudraulics repairer is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on aircraft pneudraulics systems. With hundreds of Army missions depending on airplanes and helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army soldier working on aircraft engine

    Aircraft Powerplant Repairer (15B)

    The aircraft power plant repairer is primarily responsible for supervising, inspecting and performing maintenance on aircraft turbine engines and components. With hundreds of Army missions depending on airplanes and helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Aircraft Powertrain Repairer (15D)

    The aircraft powertrain repairer is primarily responsible for supervising, inspecting and performing maintenance on aircraft powertrain systems. With hundreds of Army missions depending on airplanes and helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier working on a piece of machinery

    Aircraft Structural Repairer (15G)

    The aircraft structural repairer is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on aircraft structures. With hundreds of Army missions depending on airplanes and helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army allied trade specialist cutting a steel beam

    Allied Trade Specialist (91E)

    The allied trade specialist is primarily responsible for supervising and performing the fabrication, repair and modification of metallic and nonmetallic parts. They operate lathes, drill presses, grinders and other machine shop equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Inspection of M119-A2 weapon

    Ammunition Specialist (89B)

    Ammunition specialists are specialized Soldiers who are responsible for the management of ordnance (ammunition and explosives). They are tasked with receiving, storing and issuing conventional ammunition, guided missiles, large rockets, explosives and other ammunition and explosive related items.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier loads ammunition into a weapon magazine

    Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist (89A)

    The ammunition stock control and accounting specialist operates the Standard Ammunition and Accounting System-Modernized computer hardware and software, and utilizes manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures for ammunition, explosives and associated explosive components.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Anesthesiologist

    Anesthesiologist (60N)

    Anesthesiologists supervise the administration of anesthetics to patients. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army animal care specialist examines a pet

    Animal Care Specialist (68T)

    The animal care specialist is primarily responsible for the prevention and control of diseases transmitted from animal to man, as well as the comprehensive care for government-owned animals.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Armor Officers

    Armor Officer (19)

    Armor officers are responsible for tank and cavalry/forward reconnaissance operations on the battlefield. The role of an armor officer is to be a leader in operations specific to the armor branch and to lead others in many areas of combat operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Army JAG Attorneys

    Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps Attorney (27A)

    Judge Advocates are responsible for offering legal support that involves military operations. They primarily focus on the areas of criminal law, legal assistance, civil/administrative law, labor/employment law, international/operational law, intelligence law, and contract/fiscal law.

    Duty locations include the continental United States and installations worldwide such as Germany, Korea, Japan, and Italy.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Army Public Health Nurse (66B)

    Nurse Corps officers are responsible for caring for an entire population by working with the military community. They monitor the spread of disease, watch for hazards and raise public awareness for good health.

    As part of the Army Nurse Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Inspection of M119-A2 weapon

    Artillery Mechanic (91P)

    The artillery mechanic is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance and recovery operations of all self-propelled field artillery cannon weapon systems — including automotive, turret, fire control and chemical protection subsystems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Audiologist (72C)

    The audiologist is primarily responsible for helping Soldiers preserve an important communication tool: the ability to hear.

    Audiologists work with the most advanced technology and develop new skills that can enhance your career.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Repairing Avenger System

    AVENGER System Repairer (94T)

    As an essential member of the Army’s weapons maintenance team, the AVENGER system repairer is primarily responsible for performing and supervising maintenance on the AVENGER system, a lightweight, highly mobile and transportable surface-to-air missile/gun weapon system that provides short-range air defense protection against air and land attacks.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • WOFT Pilot

    Aviation Officer (15)

    Aviation officers coordinate/lead operations using Army helicopters: OH-58 Kiowa, UH-60 Black Hawk, CH-47 Chinook and the AH-64 Apache. These operations can haul troops and carry supplies, as well as provide quick-strike and long-range target engagement.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers in flight tower

    Aviation Operations Specialist (15P)

    The aviation operations specialist is primarily responsible for scheduling and dispatching tactical aircraft missions. They help operate one of the largest fleets of aircraft in the world and keep them running safe and efficient.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • SGT Morton Radar Repair

    Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer (94R)

    An avionic and survivability equipment repairer is an essential member of the Army communications maintenance team and is primarily responsible for performing field and sustainment level maintenance on avionic navigation flight control systems, stabilization systems and equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Avionic Communications Equipment Repairer (94L)

    An avionic communications equipment repairer is an essential member of the Army communications maintenance team and is primarily responsible for performing field and sustainment level maintenance on aircraft communications equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Avionic Mechanic (15N)

    The avionic mechanic performs maintenance on tactical-communications-security, communication, navigation and flight control equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army band conductor in the field

    Band Officer (42C)

    Every year, the Army band program selects one or two highly qualified individuals via competitive auditions to serve as Army bands officers. These officers rotate through a variety of positions, including associate conductor, administrator and instructor at the Armed Forces School of Music.

    After several years of experience, a band officer may also serve as commander and principal conductor of an Army band.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Biochemist/Physiologist (71B)

    Biochemist/physiologists are primarily responsible for the scientific research of biochemistry and physiology for the U.S. Army health care team. As an officer, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills while conducting research that supports our national defense.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Biomedical Equipment Specialist (68A)

    The biomedical equipment specialist is primarily responsible for servicing and maintaining all medical equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Bradley Tank in desert

    Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer (91M)

    The Bradley fighting vehicle system maintainer handles the maintenance and repair of the M2/M3, A2/A3 Bradley fighting vehicle, the M6 Bradley linebacker air defense vehicle and the M-7 Bradley fire support team vehicle.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Reserve Soldiers disconnecting bridge bays during a training exercise

    Bridge Crewmember (12C)

    Bridge crewmembers provide bridge and rafting support for dry and wet gap crossing operations when a squad, section or platoon tackles rough terrain in combat situations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier inspects network communications wires

    Cable Systems Installer-Maintainer (25L)

    Cable systems installer-maintainers are primarily responsible for the maintenance of cable/wire communications systems, communication security devices and other associated equipment. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Inspection of M119-A2 weapon

    Cannon Crewmember (13B)

    Cannon crewmembers work the howitzer cannons that support infantry and tank units during combat, and play crucial roles in the Army’s success on the battlefield.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Cargo loading operations

    Cargo Specialist (88H)

    Cargo specialists help ensure Army forces receive supplies, weapons, equipment and mail — on a daily basis, all over the world. They are primarily responsible for transferring or supervising the transfer of passengers, cargo and equipment to and from air, land and water transport by manual and mechanical methods.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier nails a ceiling beam in place

    Carpentry and Masonry Specialist (12W)

    A carpentry and masonry specialist is responsible for general heavy carpentry and masonry duties.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Cavalry soldier

    Cavalry Scout (19D)

    The cavalry scout is responsible for being the eyes and ears of the commander during battle. They engage the enemy in the field, track and report their activity and direct the employment of weapon systems to their locations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • chinook helicopter on edge of cliff

    CH-47 Helicopter Repairer (15U)

    The CH-47 helicopter repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of the CH-47 Helicopters (also known as the “Chinook”). With hundreds of Army missions depending on these helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Chaplain Major Ahn

    Chaplain (56A)

    As an Army chaplain you will have the responsibility of caring for the spiritual well-being of Soldiers and their Families. An Army chaplain’s flock can consist of over 1,500 people.

    The Army chaplaincy is a religiously diverse population reflecting the diversity of the Army, yet each chaplain ministers according to the tenets of his or her distinctive faith community. Unlike most officers in the Army, a chaplain begins serving as a staff officer immediately.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • A chaplain assistant lights candles before a religious service

    Chaplain Assistant (56M)

    Chaplain assistants provide much-needed support to the chaplains during missions and everyday activities. A chaplain assistant’s primary purpose is support for the unit ministry team programs and worship services.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Officer (74A)

    A Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear officer commands the Army branch that specifically defends against the threat of CBRN weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction. These officers lead an extraordinary chemical unit that is completely dedicated to protecting our nation.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist (74D)

    Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Specialists are primarily responsible for defending the country against the threat of CBRN weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Civil Affairs Soldiers

    Civil Affairs Officer (38A)

    Civil affairs officers act as a liaison between the Army and civilian authorities and populations.

    The civil affairs officer combines regional expertise, language competency, political-military awareness, cross-cultural communication and professional military skills to conduct civil affairs operations and support civil-military operations in support of conventional and special operations forces.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Civil Affairs Specialist speaking to villagers

    Civil Affairs Specialist (38B)

    Civil affairs specialists identify critical requirements needed by local citizens in combat or crisis situations. Civil affairs specialists are primarily responsible for researching, coordinating, conducting and participating in the planning and production of civil affairs related documents, while enabling the civil-military operations of the supported commander.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Clinical Laboratory Scientist (71E)

    Clinical laboratory scientists are primarily responsible for the scientific research of body fluids that can help prevent disease. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills while conducting research that supports our national defense.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Allied Health Care

    Clinical Psychologist (73B)

    As a clinical psychologist in the U.S. Army, you’ll have the opportunity to work with a rewarding patient base — Soldiers and their families — in a variety of settings, and conduct vital, life-saving research alongside committed and focused colleagues.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist Sergeant King

    Combat Documentation / Production Specialist (25V)

    Combat documentation/production specialists are primarily responsible for supervising, planning and operating electronic and film-based still, video and audio acquisition equipment in order to document combat and noncombat operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Combat engineers secure constantina wire

    Combat Engineer (12B)

    Combat engineers primarily supervise, serve or assist as a member of a team when they are tackling rough terrain in combat situations. They provide their expertise in areas such as mobility, countermobility, survivability and general engineering.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Army Officers Capt. JOhnson, Capt. Lee and LT. Jeudy

    Commissioned Officer Candidate (09S)

    Officers are the leaders of the Army. They lead from the front and adjust to environments that are always changing.

    To be an officer is to be respected as a Soldier and an inspiring leader — both within the Army and its community. Officers earn this honor because they’re trained to enhance personal and professional development of all whom they meet and work with.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Information Services Technician CW Breckel

    Computer/Detection Systems Repairer (94F)

    The computer/detection systems repairer performs maintenance and repair on a variety of critical systems and equipment, including microcomputers and electromechanical telecommunications equipment, field artillery digital devices, Global Positioning System receivers, night vision devices/equipment and laser and fiber optic systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldiers shovel aggregate

    Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator (12V)

    Concrete and asphalt equipment operators are responsible for supervising or operating all equipment used in concrete and asphalt production, which is integral to the construction of airfields, roads, dams and buildings.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • A light weight vehicle mechanic services a water tanker's brakes

    Construction Equipment Repairer (91L)

    Construction equipment repairers are responsible for maintaining trucks, bulldozers, power shovels and other heavy equipment that are needed for construction operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • CID agent at firing range

    Criminal Investigations Special Agent (31D)

    Criminal investigations special agents are primarily responsible for investigating any criminal allegations/offenses related to the Army. They handle felony-level crimes that involve Army property and Army personnel.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Critical Care Nurse (66H8A)

    You can provide the very best nursing care to our Soldiers and their families when you become a critical care nurse on the U.S. Army health care team.
    As an officer on our multidisciplinary team, you'll develop new skills and gain the experience that will set you apart from your peers.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army soldiers gather intel from an Afghani farmer

    Cryptologic Linguist (35P)

    A cryptologic linguist is primarily responsible for identifying foreign communications using signals equipment. Their role is crucial as the nation’s defense depends largely on information that comes from foreign languages.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Intelligence soldier looking at multiple computer screens

    Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist (35Q)

    A Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist performs initial cryptologic digital analysis to establish target identification and operational patterns; identifies, reports, and maintains Intelligence information in support of Commander’s Intelligence Requirements and uses technical references to analyze information.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Dental technician

    Dental Corps Officer (63)

    An Army Dental Corps officer is responsible for the dental health of Soldiers and their families. They are also responsible for providing health care to Soldiers’ families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community.

    During combat, the Dental Corps officer assists in the emergency medical management of casualties.

    Within the Army Dental Corps, you can specialize in the following areas: Comprehensive Dentistry, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, and Periodontics.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Dental Specialist (68E)

    The dental specialist is primarily responsible for assisting Army dentists in the examination and treatment of patients, as well as helping to manage dental offices.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Dermatologist (60L)

    Dermatologists provide treatment for patients with skin disease. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Careers

    Diagnostic Radiologist (61R)

    Diagnostic radiologists supervise all radiological and fluoroscopic procedures. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army AMEDD physical therapist

    Dietetic Student (65C)

    As a dietetic student and an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you'll have the opportunity to serve your country while developing the skills needed to build a successful career. Our program for student dietitians combines an 11-month didactic/research master's degree curriculum and a nine-month dietetic internship at an Army Medical Center.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Diver in suit

    Diver (12D)

    A diver performs tasks such as reconnaissance, demolition and salvage in underwater conditions. They specialize in either scuba diving (below the surface of water) or deep-sea diving (longer periods of time in depths up to 190 feet).

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Emergency Physician (62A)

    Emergency medicine physicians treat patients that require immediate medical attention. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Emergency Room Nurse (66HM5)

    An integral component of the U.S. Army health care team, the Army Nurse Corps continues to distinguish itself from the traditional nursing field. Consisting of more than 11,000 men and women, the Army Nurse Corps is dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families and military retirees all over the world.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Dental Corps

    Endodontist (63E)

    Endodontist specialize in treatment of diseases and injuries to the tooth pulp and tissues surrounding the root. As an officer of the Army Dental Corps, you are primarily responsible for the dental health of Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Engineer Soldiers

    Engineer Officer (12A)

    An engineer officer is responsible for providing full support to the wide range of engineering duties in the Army. They can help build structures, develop civil works programs and even provide combat support.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • cpt mayes inspects the conditions of bee hives

    Entomologist (72B)

    Your knowledge of insects and their behavior can impact the health, morale and overall environment of our Soldiers. When you serve your country as an entomologist and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll conduct research, perform pest management and provide important information to our leaders regarding biological hazards around the globe.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Environmental Science/Engineering Officer (72D)

    Environmental scientists supervise the scientific research for environmental health and industrial hygiene. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, their knowledge helps prevent illness and injury for military personnel.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Soldiers

    Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer (89E)

    The explosive ordnance disposal officer leads the Army's preeminent tactical and technical explosives experts. Explosive ordnance disposal officers are the culmination of the best tactical and technical training the Army and civilian academia can provide and lead organizations comprised of similar Soldiers. They are prepared to perform missions in support of Army units worldwide and across all operational environments.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • PFC Jones with mine detector

    Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Specialist (89D)

    Explosive ordnance disposal specialist Soldiers are the Army’s preeminent tactical and technical explosives experts. They are warriors who are properly trained, equipped and integrated to attack, defeat and exploit unexploded ordnance, improvised explosive devices and weapons of mass destruction.

    Explosive ordnance disposal specialists are the culmination of the best tactical and technical training the Army and civilian academia can provide. They are prepared to perform missions in support of Army units worldwide, across all operational environments.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Family Practice Physician

    Family Medicine Physician (61H)

    During humanitarian missions, contingency operations and peacetime, Army Medical Corps officers conserve the U.S. Army’s fighting strength by providing the highest quality health care to Soldiers, family members, retirees and other eligible beneficiaries. Practicing on the U.S. Army health care team allows you to focus on patient care first. It is just one of the many reasons family medicine physicians find the U.S. Army health care team an attractive alternative to the private sector.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Family Nurse Practitioner (66P)

    An integral component of the U.S. Army health care team, the Army Nurse Corps continues to distinguish itself from the traditional nursing field. Family nurse practitioners are a critical component in providing primary health care support for adults and children during humanitarian missions, other contingency operations and peacetime. Their scope of practice promotes health, wellness and disease/injury prevention.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army soldier holding an artillery shell

    Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data System Specialist (13D)

    A field artillery automated tactical data systems specialist is primarily responsible for operating the data systems for the Cannon and Multiple Launch Rocket Systems. They play a critical role in the delivery of fire support for infantry and tank units during combat.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • U.S. Army Field Artillery Sergeant Sibert verifying adjustments

    Field Artillery Firefinder RADAR Operator (13R)

    The field artillery firefinder radar operator is responsible for detecting enemy forces and alerting the units in the Army. Using a “firefinder” — which are highly specialized radars — they can detect various objects and their locations.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Artillery Soldiers

    Field Artillery Officer (13A)

    The field artillery officer leads the field artillery branch, who neutralizes the enemy by cannon, rocket and missile fire. The officer must be an expert in tactics, techniques and procedures for the employment of fire support systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier looking through the gunner sight of a howitzer

    Field Artillery Surveyor/Meteorological Crewmember (13T)

    The field artillery surveyor/meteorological crewmember is responsible for monitoring weather conditions so the field artillery team can fire and launch missiles accurately. Their role is crucial in the support of infantry and tank units during combat.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Veterinary Corps

    Field Veterinary Service (64A)

    Army veterinarian officers primarily focus on animal medicine, veterinary public health and research/development. Whether you’re providing treatment to bomb-sniffing dogs or inoculating cattle on a humanitarian mission, you’re making a positive impact on the lives of everyone who depends on animals.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Financial Management Technician (36B)

    The finance management technician is responsible for financial management duties such as budgeting, disbursing and accounting for government funds. They make sure vendors are paid, budgets are balanced and financial matters are met so the Army keeps running.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army mechanic training with computer

    Financial Manager (36A)

    The financial manager is in charge of the Army’s Finance Corps, who are responsible for sustaining missions through purchases of services and supplies.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers carrying a radio control unit to an Avenger Air Defense System

    Fire Control Repairer (91G)

    The fire control repairer is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on combat vehicles, and infantry and artillery fire control systems and equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers firing a howitzer

    Fire Support Specialist (13F)

    The fire support specialist is primarily responsible for the intelligence activities of the Army’s field artillery team.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Army Firefighters

    Firefighter (12M)

    Army firefighters are responsible for protecting lives and property from fire. They control fires and help prevent them in buildings, aircrafts and ships.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Food Service Specialist (92G)

    The food service specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Dental Corps

    General Dentist (63A)

    The cost of starting and maintaining a dental practice can be substantial. If you are a recent graduate with student loan obligations, this cost can be prohibitive. As a member of the U.S. Army Dental Corps, you can enter a stimulating existing practice with no start-up costs and begin treating patients without waiting to build a patient base.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps - General Surgeon

    General Surgeon (61J)

    At the forefront of innovation in a wide range of surgical procedures, the U.S. Army is an ideal choice for general surgeons who not only want to advance their careers but also want to advance the practice of surgery. From groundbreaking work in regenerative medicine to the development of 3-D anatomical models to aid in surgical pre- and post-op planning, the surgical advancements being pioneered right now by the U.S. Army Medical Department are improving outcomes for their patients and changing the practice of medicine.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Geospatial Engineer (12Y)

    Geospatial engineers are responsible for using geographic data that supports military/civilian operations for Disaster Relief and Homeland Security. They collect, analyze and distribute geospatial information to represent the terrain and its possible effects.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier working on obtaining coordinates on map

    Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst (35G)

    The geospatial intelligence imagery analyst is responsible for analyzing overhead and aerial imagery developed by photographic and electronic means. They provide Army personnel with critical information about enemy forces, potential battle areas and combat operations support.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Health Care Administrator (70A)

    Health care administrators are responsible for providing administrative services to the Army’s health care facilities. As an officer, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills in one of the world’s largest health care organizations.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Health Care Specialist (68W)

    The health care specialist is primarily responsible for providing emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, and health protection and evacuation from a point of injury or illness.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Health Services Administration (70B)

    Health care administrative assistants are responsible for ensuring the Army’s health care facilities run efficiently. As an officer, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills in one of the world’s largest health care organizations.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • A U.S. Army Soldier directs a construction equipment operator as he moves sand with a bucket loader

    Horizontal Construction Engineer (12N)

    Horizontal construction engineers use bulldozers, cranes, graders and other heavy equipment to move tons of earth and material to complete construction projects for the Army.

    They are also responsible for operating tractors with dozer attachments, scoop loaders, backhoe loaders, hydraulic excavators, motorized graders and scrapers.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier exchanges greetings with an Afghan Border Policeman

    Human Intelligence Collector (35M)

    The human intelligence collector is responsible for information collection operations. They provide Army personnel with information about the enemy force’s strengths, weaknesses and potential battle areas.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Capt Lee Army AG Officer

    Human Resources Officer (42B)

    An adjutant general officer is responsible for providing personnel support that affects Soldiers’ overall welfare and well-being, while assisting commanders by accounting for and keeping Soldiers combat-ready.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Human resources specialist signs paperwork

    Human Resources Specialist (42A)

    A human resources specialist is responsible for providing support that affects Soldiers’ overall welfare and well-being while assisting leaders with keeping Soldiers combat-ready and effective.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers firing Javelin missile

    Indirect Fire Infantryman (11C)

    The indirect fire infantryman supervises or is a member of  a mortar squads, sections or platoons. The mortar has the most power and range of any weapon in the infantry unit when they’re out on the battlefield.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • U.S. Army Infantry Soldiers

    Infantry Officer (11A)

    The infantry officer is responsible for leading the infantry and combined armed forces during land combat.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Infantry Soldier on patrol

    Infantryman (11X)

    The infantry is the main land combat force and backbone of the Army. It’s also the starting point for many advanced schools such as: Special Forces, Airborne School, Ranger School, Sniper School, and Pathfinder School.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Soldiers with helicopters.

    Infantryman (11B)

    The infantry is the main land combat force and backbone of the Army. They are responsible for defending our country against any threat by land, as well as capturing, destroying and repelling enemy ground forces.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Information Services Technician CW Breckel

    Information Technology Specialist (25B)

    Information technology specialists are responsible for maintaining, processing and troubleshooting military computer systems/operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Female soldier repairing

    Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) Operator/Maintainer (94Y)

    The integrated family of test equipment operator/maintainer is primarily responsible for maintaining the base shop test facility, performing electronic maintenance on shop replaceable units, system supported line replaceable units and test program sets.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers reading a map

    Intelligence Analyst (35F)

    The intelligence analyst is primarily responsible for the analysis, processing and distribution of strategic and tactical intelligence. They are integral to providing Army personnel with information about enemy forces and potential battle areas.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Interior Electrician Engineer AIT Booth

    Interior Electrician (12R)

    The  interior electrician is primarily responsible for the installation and maintenance for all of the Army’s interior electrical systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Internal Medicine Physician (61F)

    Physicians who are a part of the internal medicine group provide diagnosis and treatment for localized ailments and diseases. Whether your specialty is cardiology or pediatrics, you’ll find that the professionals working with you on the U.S. Army Reserve health care team are at the top of their fields.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Military police

    Internment/Resettlement Specialist (31E)

    Internment/resettlement specialists are primarily responsible for day-to-day operations in a military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Linguist is painting school on a building

    Interpreter/Translator (09L)

    The interpreter/translator is primarily responsible for interpreting and preparing translations between English and a foreign language.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers work to mount a weapon to a vehicle

    Land Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer (94A)

    The land combat electronic missile system repairer supervises or performs field and sustainment level maintenance on a variety of systems, including the M-220 antitank missile system, Javelin systems and the Bradley fighting vehicle TOW subsystem.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army M1A1 Abrams Tank

    M1 ABRAMS Tank System Maintainer (91A)

    The M-1 Abrams tank system maintainer is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on Abrams tanks.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • M1 Abrams Tank on road during the winter

    M1 Armor Crewman (19K)

    The M1 armor crewman is responsible for operating armored equipment such as the M1A2 Abrams to destroy enemy positions. As part of the tank and armor unit, they are ready to defend our country anywhere in the world.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Medics training for surgery

    Medical Corps Officer (62)

    An Army Medical Corps officer is responsible for the overall health of Soldiers and providing health care to Soldiers’ families and others eligible to receive this care in the military community.

    During combat, the Medical Corps officer oversees the emergency medical management of casualties and makes sure Soldiers are combat ready when it comes to their overall health.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Medical Laboratory Specialist (68K)

    The medical laboratory specialist conducts tests on the tissue, blood and body fluids of patients.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Medical Logistics Specialist (68J)

    The medical logistics specialist is primarily responsible for receiving, storing, recording and issuing Army medical supplies.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Officers

    Medical Service Corps Officer (67)

    Medical service corps officers command the medical service corps that treats and helps the Soldiers and their families in a variety of areas:

    Behavioral sciences – social workers, clinical psychologists and counseling psychologists

    Health administration services

    Laboratory sciences – biochemists, clinical laboratory officers, microbiologists and research psychologists

    Optometry

    Pharmacy

    Podiatry

    Preventive medicine sciences – medical science officers, entomologists, audiologists and environmental science/engineering officers.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • AMEDD occupational therapist with patient

    Medical Specialist Corps Officer (65)

    Medical Specialist Corps officers are essential in treating and helping the overall health of Soldiers and their families.

    The Army Medical Specialist Corps includes four areas of specialty: Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Dietitian, and Physician Assistant.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Medical-Surgical Nurse (66H)

    Medical-Surgical nurses specialize in care across the entire age spectrum and the continuum of health care needs. As part of the Army Nurse Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Mental Health Specialist (68X)

    The mental health specialist is primarily responsible for assisting with the management and treatment of inpatient and outpatient mental health activities.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Microbiologist (71A)

    Microbiologists are primarily responsible for the scientific research of microorganisms for the U.S. Army health care team. As an Officer, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills in one of the world’s largest health care organizations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Microwave Systems Operator SGT Butterfield

    Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer (25P)

    Microwave systems installer-maintainers are primarily responsible for installing, operating and maintaining microwave communications systems. They also work with associated antennas, multiplexing and communications security equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier maintains intelligence and communications systems equipment

    Military Intelligence (MI) Systems Maintainer/Integrator (35T)

    The military intelligence systems maintainer/integrator is primarily responsible for maintaining intelligence computers and networks used by Military Intelligence Soldiers.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Military Intelligence Officer

    Military Intelligence Officer (35)

    The Army’s military intelligence is responsible for all collected intelligence during Army missions. They provide essential information that often save the Soldiers fighting on front lines.

    Military Intelligence Officers specialize in these specific areas:

    Imagery Intelligence: Collection and analysis of imagery using photogrammetry and terrain analysis.

    All-Source Intelligence: Performs collection management/surveillance/reconnaissance and provides advice.

    Counterintelligence: Provides coordination and participation in counterintelligence investigations, operations and production.

    Human intelligence: Controlled collection operations and interviews.

    Signals intelligence/electronic warfare: Collects signal intelligence and engages in electronic warfare.

    All-source intelligence aviator: Performs duties as an aviator/MI officer and participates in special electronic mission aircraft missions.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Military Police holding rifle

    Military Police (31B)

    Military police protect the lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations. They also control traffic, prevent crime and respond to all emergencies.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • A U.S. Army military police officer meets with a group of local police officers

    Military Police Officer (31A)

    A military police officer is responsible for leading the Soldiers that protect lives and property on Army Installations.

    Officers supervise the execution of the five military police Battlefield functions: Maneuver and mobility support operations (reconnaissance and surveillance), Area security operations (site security and response), Law & order operations (law enforcement and developing host-nation police forces), Internment/resettlement operations (military prisoners and enemy combatants), and Police intelligence operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Military Police Working Dog Handler

    Military Working Dog Handler (31K)

    Military Working Dog (MWD) handlers are responsible for the care and training of his or her service dog, which contributes to combat operations abroad and installation security at home by providing target odor detection (explosive/drug). Service dogs, generally seen as a non-lethal option for neutralizing a threat, also serve as a psychological deterrent during law enforcement operations.  

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier irons a United States flag

    Mortuary Affairs Specialist (92M)

    The mortuary affairs specialist performs duties relating to deceased personnel, including recovery, collection, evacuation and establishment of tentative identification. They also inventory, safeguard and evacuate personal effects of deceased personnel and serve as recovery specialists at the U.S. Army’s Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier Staff Sergeant with HEMTT

    Motor Transport Operator (88M)

    Motor transport operators are primarily responsible for supervising or operating wheel vehicles to transport personnel and cargo. They are the backbone of the Army’s support and sustainment structure, providing advanced mobility on and off the battlefield.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer (25Q)

    A multichannel transmission systems operator-maintainer works directly on equipment that communicates through more than one channel. They are responsible for the maintenance check of these devices, antennae and associated equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier working at two computer screens

    Multimedia Illustrator (25M)

    Multimedia illustrators are primarily responsible for operating multimedia-imaging equipment in order to produce visual displays and documents. They produce graphic artwork that is used in Army publications, signs, charts, posters, television and motion picture productions.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Repairer (94P)

    As an essential member of the Army’s weapons maintenance team, the multiple launch rocket system repairer supervises and performs maintenance on various rocket systems, including the Multiple Launch Rocket System, High Mobility Artillery Rocket System and the self-propelled launcher-loader.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • MLRS crewmembers prepare to load rockets

    Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS/HIMARS) Crewmember (13M)

    A multiple launch rocket system crewmember is responsible for operating and maintaining the entire multiple launch rocket system. They support infantry and tank units by supplementing cannon artillery during combat.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Field Artillery Soldiers adjusting M119

    Multiple Launch Rocket System Operations / Fire Direction Specialist (13P)

    The fire direction specialist records the firing data when multiple launch rocket system vehicles launch various missiles and ammunition in quick strikes during combat. 

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S Army band musician plays an electric bass guitar

    Musician (42R)

    Musicians specialize in one (or more) of the following instruments/specialties: tuba, trombone, euphonium, bassoon, electric bass guitar, saxophone, flute or piccolo, oboe, clarinet, French horn, percussion, cornet or trumpet, guitar, keyboard, vocalist, and music production.

    Musicians perform in a variety of ensembles ranging from ceremonial band to jazz band to small ensembles, playing all styles of music. They are primarily responsible for performing and rehearsing as a professional musician within different ensembles of an Army band.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Network Switching Systems Operator-Maintainer (25F)

    Network switching systems operator-maintainer performs maintenance on electronic switches, control centers, combat radios and other equipment associated with networks. They also use computers to troubleshoot the system when errors occur.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Neurologist (60V)

    Neurologists provide treatment for patients suffering from diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Radar specialist

    Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer (25N)

    The nodal network systems operator-maintainer is responsible for making sure that the lines of communication are always up and running. They maintain strategic and tactical nodal systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Nuclear Medicine Officer (60B)

    Nuclear medicine officers supervise nuclear medical  examinations/therapy concerned with the medical aspects of nuclear energy and bio-nucleonics.

    As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Nuclear Medicine Scientist (72A)

    Nuclear medicine scientists are primarily responsible for medical defense that is related to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear matters. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your skills while conducting research that supports our national defense.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Nurse Anesthetist (66F)

    An integral component of the U.S. Army health care team, the Army Nurse Corps continues to distinguish itself from the traditional nursing field. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll provide specialized care to patients requiring general anesthesia, respiratory care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and fluid therapy. You’ll work as part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • AMEDD medical nursing students learning medical procedures

    Nurse Corps Officer (66)

    Nurse Corps officers lead a nursing team that cares for Soldiers and their families. As part of the Army Nurse Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Nutrition Care Specialist (68M)

    The Nutrition Care Specialist works with Registered Dietitians (RD) counseling patients individually and in group settings, plans special diets for patients according to nutritional requirements, and creates menus and prepares small quantity foods.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    OB / GYN Nurse (66G)

    Obstetric/Gynecologic nurses specialize in care during pregnancy, labor and childbirth for active duty officers and enlisted military members. As part of the Army Nurse Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Obstetrician / Gynecologist (60J)

    Obstetricians/gynecologists are committed to ensuring women’s health. As an officer for the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army AMEDD physical therapist

    Occupational Medicine Officer (60D)

    Occupational medicine officers determine the conditions that influence the health of military and DA civilians, and supervises occupational health programs.

    As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Careers

    Occupational Therapist (65A)

    As a member of the Army Medical Specialist Corps, you will provide direct patient care, readiness training, wellness education and injury prevention to our nation’s Soldiers. Occupational therapists have the opportunity to work in well-equipped U.S. Army medical centers and community hospitals, clinics or field medical units.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • OH-58D Armament / Electrical / Avionics Systems Repairer (15J)

    The aircraft armament/missile systems repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of electrical, mechanical and pneudraulics systems associated with aircraft armament and missile and fire control systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Kiowa Warrior Helicopters

    OH-58D Helicopter Repairer (15S)

    The OH-58D Helicopter Repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of the OH-58D helicopters (also known as the “Kiowa Warrior”). With hundreds of Army missions depending on these helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Operating Room Specialist (68D)

    The operating room specialist assists the nursing staff in preparing the patient and the operating room environment for surgery and for providing assistance to the medical staff during surgical procedures.

    They also operate the centralized material service and are responsible for preparing and maintaining sterile medical supplies and special equipment for medical treatment facilities.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Ophthalmologist (60S)

    Ophthalmologists provide treatment for personnel suffering from diseases, injuries or disorders of the eye. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army AMEDD optometrist examining patient

    Optical Laboratory Specialist (68H)

    The optical laboratory specialist is primarily responsible for making and repairing eyeglasses that are provided for Army personnel.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Optometrist (67F)

    Optometrists treat any type of disease, injury and disorder of the eyes and its associated structures. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll have access to the latest treatments and drug therapies in order to provide for your patients.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Dental Corps

    Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon (63N)

    From groundbreaking work in regenerative medicine to the development of 3-D anatomical models to aid in surgical pre- and post-op planning, the advancements being pioneered by the U.S. Army Medical Department are improving outcomes for their patients and literally changing the practice of medicine.  As an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and officer with Army Dental Corps, you’ll work alongside experts in their field, using the most advanced procedures and techniques in practice today.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Orthopedic Surgeon (61M)

    As an orthopedic surgeon and officer with Army Medical Corps, you’ll have the opportunity to learn the most advanced procedures and techniques in practice today. From groundbreaking bionic prosthetics to regenerative bone and tissue research, the U.S. Army Medical Department is pioneering work that is changing the practice — and improving the success rate — of orthopedic surgery.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Otolaryngologist (60T)

    Otolaryngologists provide treatment for personnel suffering from diseases of the ear, nose, throat, head and neck region. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Riggers

    Parachute Rigger (92R)

    Parachute riggers are primarily responsible for repairing textile and canvas items, webbed equipment and clothing.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • JAG attorneys in the field

    Paralegal Specialist (27D)

    The paralegal specialist provides legal/administrative support in all areas of criminal law, international law, civil/administrative law, contract law and fiscal law. They assist judges, Judge Advocates and unit commanders with a wide range of legal matters and judicial work.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Pathologist (61U)

    Pathologists diagnose disease by using organs, tissue and body fluids. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Patient Administration Specialist (68G)

    The patient administration specialist is primarily responsible for supervising and performing administrative duties in the patient administration division of an Army hospital or other medical facilities.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • PATRIOT fire control enhanced operator maintainer

    PATRIOT Fire Control Enhanced Operator/Maintainer (14E)

    A PATRIOT fire control enhanced operator is responsible for operating/maintaining the entire PATRIOT missile system. An important part of the Army’s air defense, they launch advanced-technology ammunition that is capable of neutralizing multiple air targets.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • PATRIOT launching station enhanced operator/maintainers

    PATRIOT Launching Station Enhanced Operator/Maintainer (14T)

    A PATRIOT launching station enhanced operator works directly with the PATRIOT launching stations. An important part of the Army’s air defense, the PATRIOT missile system can launch advanced-technology ammunition that is capable of neutralizing multiple air targets. 

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldiers setting up a PATRIOT missile

    PATRIOT System Repairer (94S)

    As an essential member of the Army’s weapons maintenance team, the PATRIOT system repairer is primarily responsible for performing field level maintenance on the PATRIOT system, a combat missile system that features a phased array radar set and control station.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Pediatric Physician (60P)

    Join a unique environment that provides a variety of career, financial and lifestyle benefits, without the concerns of practicing in the private sector. During humanitarian missions, contingency operations and peacetime, Army Medical Corps officers conserve the U.S. Army’s fighting strength by providing the highest quality health care to Soldiers, family members, retirees and other eligible beneficiaries.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Dental Corps

    Periodontist (63D)

    Periodontist specialize in treating the tissue area surrounding the teeth from disease. As an officer of the Army Dental Corps, you are primarily responsible for the dental health of Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S Army AMEDD ICU nurse

    Perioperative Nurse (66E)

    Perioperative nurses care for surgical patients who are having operative procedures. They are responsible for planning and organizing all perioperative-nursing services. As part of the Army Nurse Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Peripheral Vascular Surgeon (61W)

    Peripheral vascular surgeons treat patients with arterial, venous and lymphatic circulatory diseases that are not within the heart, thoracic aorta and intracranial vessels. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Petroleum Supply Specialists

    Petroleum Laboratory Specialist (92L)

    Petroleum laboratory specialists are primarily responsible for supervising or conducting laboratory tests on petroleum, oil and lubricant products.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Petroleum Specialist

    Petroleum Supply Specialist (92F)

    Petroleum supply specialists are primarily responsible for supervising and managing the reception, storage and shipping of bulk or packaged petroleum-based products.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Pharmacist (67E)

    Pharmacists are primarily responsible for the safe and effective use of medication for the Army. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll have access to the latest treatments and drug therapies in order to provide for your patients.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Pharmacy Specialist (68Q)

    The pharmacy specialist is primarily responsible for preparing and dispensing prescribed drugs and medicines, while also maintaining pharmacy supplies and records.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army AMEDD physical therapist

    Physical Therapy Student (65B)

    You can earn your doctorate in physical therapy while preparing for a successful career in the Army Medical Specialist Corps. Our 27-month program emphasizes preventing, examining and diagnosing neuromusculoskeletal problems. In the last five years, 95 percent of our graduates passed the national physical therapy licensing examination on the first try.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army AMEDD physical therapist

    Physician Assistant (65D)

    Physician assistants provide a variety services to troops that are traditionally performed by a physician. As an officer in the Medical Specialist Corps, they play an important role in improving the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Plumber (12K)

    Army plumbers and pipe fitters are responsible for installing and repairing plumbing and pipe systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier works with power distribution equipment

    Power Distribution Specialist (12Q)

    The  power distribution specialist is primarily responsible for the electrical distribution system in the Army.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier performs maintenance on a generator

    Power Generation Equipment Repairer (91D)

    The power-generation equipment repairer is responsible for supervising and performing maintenance and overhaul of power-generation equipment, internal combustion engines and associated equipment in mobile and stationary power plants.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Preventive Medicine Officer (60C)

    As a preventive medicine officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll plan, coordinate and direct a program to maintain health, improve physical fitness, and prevent disease and injury. U.S. Army Reserve health care team responsibilities include creating, implementing and overseeing programs that improve physical fitness, prevent disease and reduce injury.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Preventive Medicine Specialist (68S)

    Preventive medicine specialists are primarily responsible for conducting or assisting with preventive medicine inspections, surveys and preventative medicine laboratory procedures. They also supervise preventive medicine facilities or serve on preventive medicine staffs.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Dental Corps

    Prosthodontist (63F)

    Prosthodontists specialize in the treatment of missing teeth and other associated structures through the fabrication of maxillofacial prostheses. As an officer of the Army Dental Corps, you are primarily responsible for the dental health of Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Nurse Summer Training Program

    Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (66R)

    The psychiatric nurse practitioner works in the following clinical areas: inpatient psychiatric units, alcohol/drug rehabilitation programs, day treatment programs, mental health clinics and combat stress units.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Nurse Corps

    Psychiatric/Behavioral Health Nurse (66C)

    As a psychiatric/mental health nurse and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll work with some of the finest minds in medicine who are employing groundbreaking protocols and treatments in key psychiatric issues to address the unique challenges that our service men and women face. As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, you will serve in a vital role of providing comprehensive mental health care for Soldiers, their families and military retirees.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Allied Health Care

    Psychiatrist (60W)

    At U.S. Army facilities such as the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Psychiatry & Neuroscience, some of the finest minds in medicine are conducting groundbreaking research in key psychiatric issues to address the unique challenges that our service men and women face. Discover how the U.S. Army is making some of the most important advances in the field of psychiatry — and how you can be part of it.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Psyops Soldier

    Psychological Operations Officer (37A)

    Psychological operations officer conducts operations to convey selected information and indicators to foreign audiences. Psychological Operations leaders lead from the front and adjust to dynamic environments that are constantly changing and challenging.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • SSG Paul Campbell and his interpreter speak with an Iraqi shop owner

    Psychological Operations Specialist (37F)

    As a member of the Army special operations community, the psychological operations specialist is primarily responsible for the analysis, development and distribution of intelligence used for information and psychological effect.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist Sergeant King

    Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist (46R)

    Army public affairs broadcast specialists are involved in creating, filming, reporting, hosting and editing news and entertainment radio and television programs. They are primarily responsible for participating in and supervising the operation of audio or video news for Army units or Armed Forces Radio Television Service.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • A public affairs officer conducts an interview in the field

    Public Affairs Officer (46A)

    The Army Public Affairs Officer’s (PAO) primary responsibilities are to assess the public affairs situation, advise senior leaders on public affairs issues, and assist them in making well-informed decisions, and translate the decisions into effective public affairs operations. PAOs plan and execute communication strategies to achieve desired objectives, and evaluate the effectiveness of the programs. The PAO analyzes the situation, anticipates issues, assesses implications, and develops comprehensive operations to meet the news and information needs of internal and external audiences. The PAO also facilitates media relations with domestic and international news media. The PAO supervises photojournalists and broadcasters who create information for print, broadcast and digital media.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Public Affairs Specialist taking pictures at sunset

    Public Affairs Specialist (46Q)

    The Army public affairs specialist participates in and assists with the supervision and administration of Army public affairs programs primarily through news releases, newspaper articles, Web-based material and photographs for use in military and civilian news media.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Officer (60F)

    Pulmonary disease officer examines and treats patients with diseases of the respiratory system. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Quarrying Specialist (12G)

    Quarry specialists help construct airfields, roads, dams and buildings by moving tons of earth/materials with heavy types of machinery.

    They operate powered machines that are used in cleaning, crushing, drilling, grading and detonating rock at construction sites.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • A quartermaster equipment repairer receives equipment

    Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (91J)

    The quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer are primarily responsible for supervising or performing maintenance on chemical equipment, quartermaster machinery, forced air-heaters and special purpose equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Quartermaster Officers

    Quartermaster Officer (92A)

    Quartermaster officers are responsible for making sure equipment, materials and systems are available and functioning for missions. More specifically, the quartermaster officer provides supply support for Soldiers and units in field services, aerial delivery, and material and distribution management.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • A Soldier adjusts the sights on a radar system

    RADAR Repairer (94M)

    The radar repairer is an essential member of the Army communications maintenance team and performs maintenance on ground surveillance radar and associated equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Radio and Communications Security Repairer (94E)

    The radio/communications security repairer performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance on radio receivers, transmitters, communication security equipment, controlled cryptographic items and other associated equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Satellite Communication System Operator SGT Jamers

    Radio Operator-Maintainer (25C)

    Radio operator-maintainers are responsible for the maintenance of radio communication equipment. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Radiology Specialist (68P)

    The radiology specialist is primarily responsible for operating X-ray and related equipment used in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Metal Worker

    Railway Equipment Repairer (88P)

    Railway equipment repairers are primarily responsible for supervising or performing maintenance on diesel-electric locomotives and rolling stock. They play an integral role in the operation and maintenance of the Army’s railway operating battalions.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Railway Operations Crewmember (88U)

    Railway operations crewmembers are primarily responsible for supervising and operating diesel-electric locomotives and related equipment. They also serve as a crewmember or brakeman in the makeup and movement of railway cars and trains.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Railway Section Repairer (88T)

    Railway section repairers are primarily responsible for performing maintenance on railway tracks, roadbeds, switches, fences and other railway facilities. Members of the Army railway team, such as the railway section repairer, play an integral role in the operation and maintenance of the Army’s railway operating battalions.

    • Active/Reserve: Army Reserve
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Allied Health Care

    Research Psychologist (71F)

    Research psychologists are responsible for research that determines the effects of physiological, psychological and social variables on military personnel and their families. Research psychologists use interdisciplinary methodologies to conduct empirical research to enhance servicemember performance and health.

    The Army’s research psychology community is academically oriented, but it also conducts program-driven applied research. Our officers are encouraged and expected to remain academically engaged and collaborate with academics from top universities from across the globe. Our research is routinely presented at top conferences and published in both books and peer-reviewed journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology and many others.  To get an idea of our community’s research efforts, please visit: http://www.ndu.edu/press/lib/pdf/books/71F-Advantage.pdf.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Respiratory Specialist (68V)

    The respiratory specialist is primarily responsible for helping with the management of a respiratory unit by administering respiratory therapy and performing pulmonary function tests under the supervision of a physician or nurse anesthetist.

    The respiratory specialist is strictly an advanced level position. 

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Satellite Communication System Operator SGT Jamers

    Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainer (25S)

    Satellite communication systems operator-maintainers are responsible for making sure that the lines of communication are always up and running. They maintain the multichannel satellite communications for the entire Army.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist (92S)

    Shower/laundry and clothing repair specialists are primarily responsible for supervising and performing laundry, shower, personnel and clothing decontamination functions.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Signal Soldiers

    Signal Officer (25A)

    The signal officer leads the Signal Corps, which is responsible for the Army’s entire systems of communication. Officers plan and execute all aspects of communication on a mission and are critical to the Army’s continued success.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Satellite Communication System Operator SGT Jamers

    Signal Support Systems Specialist (25U)

    Signal support systems specialists are primarily responsible for working with battlefield signal support systems and terminal devices. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Warrant Officer signal corps

    Signals Collection Analyst (35S)

    The signals collector/analyst is primarily responsible for the detection, acquisition, location and identification of foreign electronic intelligence. They exploit non-voice communications and other electronic signals to provide strategic/tactical intelligence.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Intelligence soldier looking at multiple computer screens

    Signals Intelligence Analyst (35N)

    A signals intelligence analyst examines foreign communications/activity and relays that information by producing combat, strategic and tactical intelligence reports.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Small-arms/artillery repairmen demonstrate proper loading of a weapon

    Small Arms/Artillery Repairer (91F)

    The small arms/artillery repairer is responsible for keeping a wide array of weapons — from small arms to field artillery and large ballistic missiles — operating properly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • army scientist

    Social Worker (73A)

    For the vast majority of social workers, their career choice is based on one simple ideal: a deep desire to help others help themselves. Serving as a social worker with the U.S. Army provides an environment where you can concentrate on patient care without the bureaucracy found in the private sector. In addition to providing direct services, your responsibilities could include teaching, training, supervision, research administration and policy development.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • ARMY Band trumpets

    Special Band Musician (42S)

    The special band musician performs as a musician or in direct support of the mission of the U.S. Army Band, U.S. Army Field Band, U.S. Military Academy Band or the 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard) Fife and Drum Corps.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Special Forces Candidate (18X)

    Special Forces candidates are given the opportunity to become a member of one of the most highly skilled combat forces in the world. But they must complete and endure the extensive mental/physical training in order to join the Army elite.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Spc Anderson on commo handset

    Special Forces Communications Sergeant (18E)

    Special forces communications sergeants can operate every kind of communications gear, from encrypted satellite communications systems to old-style high-frequency Morse key systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Soldiers on patrol

    Special Forces Engineer Sergeant (18C)

    Special forces engineer sergeants are specialists across a wide range of disciplines, from demolitions and constructions of field fortifications to topographic survey techniques.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Special Forces patch with Special Forces and Airborne tabs

    Special Forces Medical Sergeant (18D)

    Special forces medical sergeants are considered to be the finest first-response/trauma medical technicians in the world.

    Though they’re primarily trained with an emphasis on trauma medicine, they also have a working knowledge of dentistry, veterinary care, public sanitation, water quality and optometry.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Army SF Officer Capt Benander

    Special Forces Officer (18A)

    The  Special Forces officer is the team leader of an operational detachment alpha, a highly trained 12-man team that is deployed in rapid-response situations. The officer organizes the mission, outfits the team and debriefs them on the mission objective.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Soldiers running across fight line

    Special Forces Weapons Sergeant (18B)

    Special forces weapons sergeants are the weapons specialists. They’re capable of operating and maintaining a wide variety of U.S., allied and other foreign weaponry.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: Closed to Women
  • Stryker fighting vehicle systems maintainer working on an engine

    Stryker Systems Maintainer (91S)

    The Stryker systems maintainer works as part of a team to maintain the Stryker family of vehicles and keep the vehicles and the operating systems running smoothly. 

    Some of those vehicles include the M1128 Mobile gun system, the M1132 Engineer support vehicle, the M1133 Medical evacuation vehicle and the M1135 NBC recon vehicle.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • A U.S. Army technical engineer provides support on a construction site

    Technical Engineer (12T)

    The technical engineer supervises or participates in construction site development in areas such as technical investigation, surveys, drafts and construction plans/specifications. They conduct land surveys, make maps and prepare detailed plans for construction projects.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Female soldier repairing

    Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Maintenance Support Specialist (94H)

    Distance, pressure, altitude, underwater depth — they’re all measured by precision instruments. The test measurement and diagnostic equipment support specialist keeps all the Army’s precision instruments in top condition.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Therapeutic Radiologist (61Q)

    Radiation oncologists use radiation therapy for the treatment of patients with malignant diseases. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Thoracic Surgeon (61K)

    Because of the U.S. Army’s world-class medical resources, hundreds of studies and innovative techniques in thoracic trauma, oncology and respiratory medicine have found their start right here. Innovation is just one of the reasons you’ll find so many of the world’s top thoracic surgeons—as well as respected experts in over 90 other specialties—serving on the U.S. Army health care team.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV)

    Track Vehicle Repairer (91H)

    The track vehicle repairer is primarily responsible for performing maintenance on tracked vehicles and supervising activities that include fuel and electrical system repair and maintenance.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Transportation Management Coordinator (88N)

    Transportation management coordinators are primarily responsible for scheduling and selecting the modes of transportation for personnel and equipment. They organize, plan and oversee the movement of those vehicles, personnel and cargo worldwide.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Transportation Soldiers

    Transportation Officer (88A)

    The Transportation Corps is responsible for moving supplies, troops and equipment anywhere on the globe. During war, the Transportation Corps utilizes trucks, boats and airplanes to provide extremely fast support to the combat teams on the frontlines.

    Transportation officers are experts in the systems, vehicles and procedures of moving troops and supplies in the Army.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • aviation mechanic working on rotor blades

    UH-60 Helicopter Repairer (15T)

    The UH-60 helicopter repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance of the UH-60 Helicopters (also known as the “Black Hawk”). With hundreds of Army missions depending on these helicopters, they must ensure that all of them are safe and ready to fly.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Unit Supply Specialist (92Y)

    The unit supply specialist is primarily responsible for supervising or performing tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • UAV Operation holding a Raven UAV

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator (15W)

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operators are remote pilot of unmanned observation aircrafts that gather intelligence used in operational tactics. As intelligence specialists, they are integral to providing Army personnel with information about enemy forces and battle areas.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • UAV operator repairing

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems Repairer (15E)

    The unmanned aircraft repairer is primarily responsible for the maintenance functions on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. They keep the aircrafts ready to fly and ensure their ability to collect and transmit information.

    • Active/Reserve: Active Duty
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Army Medical Corps

    Urologist (60K)

    Urologists treat patients having disease, injury or disorder of the genito–urinary tract. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you can build a distinguished medical career while making a difference in the lives of the Soldiers and their families.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Mechanic in training

    Utilities Equipment Repairer (91C)

    The utilities equipment repairer is responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on utilities equipment and special purpose support systems.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army veterinary corps officer examines a goat in the field

    Veterinary Corps Officer (64)

    As an Army veterinary officer, you can practice in three primary areas: animal medicine, veterinary public health, and research and development. You will be responsible for treating government-owned animals and the valued pets of service members and their families.

    Army Veterinary Corps officers are also responsible for programs ensuring the safety and security of Department of Defense food supplies, both here and abroad. Approximately one-third of Veterinary Corps officers are involved in research and development in an incredible range of focus areas, from basic breast cancer research to vaccine development.

    Many times, Army veterinarians deliver public health programs around the world such as vaccination programs in Ecuador, teaching Thai veterinary technicians, or supporting foot and mouth disease eradication efforts in Mongolia.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier inspects pallets of food

    Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist (68R)

    The veterinary food inspection specialist inspects food designed for human consumption, while also supervising food inspection and combined veterinary service activities.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • U.S. Army Soldier shoots a video of a neighborhood

    Visual Information Equipment Operator-Maintainer (25R)

    A visual information equipment operator-maintainer is responsible for filming, script editing and recording military operations and news events that support Army operations.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • warrant officer cadet

    Warrant Officer Corps (09W)

    As the technical experts in the Army, warrant officers manage and maintain many of the Army’s combat systems, vehicles and networks. Once they reach the rank of chief warrant officer two, they are commissioned by the president and receive the same status as a commissioned officer.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Officer
    • Restrictions: None
  • Soldier works with portable air sampler

    Water Treatment Specialist (92W)

    Water treatment specialists are primarily responsible for supervising or performing the installation and operation of water purification equipment, as well as dealing with water storage and distribution operations and activities. They also inspect facilities and food supplies for the presence of disease, germs or other conditions hazardous to health and the environment.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Watercraft operator standing on deck

    Watercraft Engineer (88L)

    Watercraft engineers are primarily responsible for supervising or performing maintenance on Army watercraft and auxiliary equipment on marine vessels.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Watercraft operator standing on deck

    Watercraft Operator (88K)

    Watercraft operators are primarily responsible for navigation, cargo operations and supervising other Soldiers on Army watercraft. They are part of a piloting team using electronic positioning systems, handheld navigation tools and traditional watch standing procedures aboard many of the Army’s watercraft.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None
  • Mechanic in training

    Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (91B)

    The wheeled vehicle mechanic is primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance and recovery operations on wheeled vehicles and associated items, as well as heavy-wheeled vehicles and select armored vehicles.

    • Active/Reserve: Both
    • Officer/Enlisted: Enlisted
    • Restrictions: None