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Geospatial Engineer

Eligible for up to a $5k signing bonus.
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Job Overview

  • Enlisted
  • Officer
  • Active Duty
  • Army Reserve
  • Army National Guard
  • Entry Level

As a Geospatial Engineer, you’ll provide invaluable visualization of the land and battlefield in advance of sending troops into unfamiliar terrain. From conditions and effects of terrain and weather on vehicles and troop movements, to points of tactical interest during missions, you’ll examine all aspects of the battlefield before boots ever hit the ground. You’ll extract and analyze geographic data from satellite imagery, photography, and field reconnaissance, then use this data to create different types of maps and databases. You will also use the information you gather to support military and civilian operations for Disaster Relief and Homeland Security.

Skills You’ll Learn

  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Maps & Geography
  • Computer Drafting

Requirements

  • 10 weeks of Basic Training
  • 20 weeks of Advanced Individual Training
  • 100 ASVAB Score: Skilled Technical (ST)
  • 100 ASVAB Score: General Technical (GT)

Certifications

  • 57 Nationally Recognized Certifications Available