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Department of the Army
Pamphlet 600–25

Personnel–General
U.S. Army
Noncommissioned
Officer
Professional
Development
Guide

Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
28 July 2008

UNCLASSIFIED

SUMMARY of CHANGE
DA PAM 600–25
U.S. Army Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Guide
This major revision, dated 28 July 2008--
o Describes the role of noncommissioned officer professional development
within the framework of the noncommissioned vision (para 1-4).
o Emphasizes and describes the role and importance that mentorship has on
professional development (para 1-6).
o Replaces the Primary Leadership Development Course with the Warrior Leader
Course (chap 2).
o Includes an updated overview of the Enlisted Personnel Management system and
its role in the career development process (chap 3).
o Addresses professional development proposals for all military occupational
specialties by grade, within each career management field (chap 4-29).
o Provides an updated list of Web site addresses for all personnel proponents
and other related sites (app D).
o Provides an updated recommended reading list (with brief synopsis for each
item) (app E).

Headquarters
*Department of the Army
Department of the Army
Pamphlet 600–25
Washington, DC
28 July 2008

Personnel–General
U.S. Army Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Guide
t h e A c t i v e A r m y , t h e A r m y N a t i o n a l
proponent. Refer to AR 25-30 for specific
Guard/Army National Guard of the United
guidance.
States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless
otherwise stated. During mobilization, the
Suggested improvements. Users are
proponent may modify chapters and poli-
invited to send comments and suggested
cies contained in this regulation.
improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recom-
m e n d e d C h a n g e s t o P u b l i c a t i o n s a n d
Proponent and exception authority.
The proponent of this pamphlet is Deputy
Blank Forms) directly to the Deputy Chief
Chief of Staff, G–1. The proponent has
o f S t a f f , G – 1 ( D A P E – M P ) , 3 0 0 A r m y
t h e a u t h o r i t y t o a p p r o v e e x c e p t i o n s o r
Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310–0300.
waivers to this pamphlet that are consis-
Distribution. This publication is availa-
tent with controlling law and regulations.
ble in electronic media only and is in-
The proponent may delegate this approval
tended for command levels A, B, C, D,
authority, in writing, to a division chief
within the proponent agency or its direct
and E for the Active Army, the Army
reporting unit or field operating agency, in
National Guard/Army National Guard of
H i s t o r y . T h i s p u b l i c a t i o n i s a m a j o r
the grade of colonel or the civilian equiv-
t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a n d t h e U . S . A r m y
revision.
alent. Activities may request a waiver to
Reserve.
Summary. This pamphlet provides guid-
t h i s p a m p h l e t b y p r o v i d i n g j u s t i f i c a t i o n
ance on Noncommissioned Officer profes-
that includes a full analysis of the ex-
sional development programs for each of
pected benefits and must include formal
t h e A r m y ’ s m i l i t a r y o c c u p a t i o n a l
review by the activity’s senior legal offi-
specialties.
cer. All waiver requests will be endorsed
by the commander or senior leader of the
Applicability. This pamphlet applies to
requesting activity and forwarded through
t h e i r h i g h e r h e a d q u a r t e r s t o t h e p o l i c y
Contents (Listed by paragraph and page number)
Chapter 1
Overview,
page 1
Purpose • 1–1, page 1
References • 1–2, page 1
Explanation of abbreviations and terms • 1–3, page 1
The Noncommissioned Officer Vision • 1–4, page 1
Army values and the warrior ethos • 1–5, page 2
Noncommissioned officers mentorship • 1–6, page 3
Leader development overview • 1–7, page 3
Chapter 2
Leader Development Process,
page 3
Leader process • 2–1, page 3
Institutional training • 2–2, page 4
Operational assignments • 2–3, page 5
Self-development • 2–4, page 5
Educational activities in support of self-development • 2–5, page 7
*This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 600–25, dated 15 October 2002.
DA PAM 600–25 • 28 July 2008
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UNCLASSIFIED

Contents—Continued
Professional development models • 2–6, page 8
Chapter 3
The Enlisted Personnel Management System and Career Management,
page 8
The Enlisted Personnel Management System • 3–1, page 8
Career development • 3–2, page 11
Chapter 4
Infantry (CMF 11) Career Progression Plan,
page 12
Duties • 4–1, page 12
Transformation • 4–2, page 12
Recommended career management self-development by rank • 4–3, page 13
MOS 11B Infantryman • 4–4, page 14
MOS 11B professional development model • 4–5, page 16
MOS 11B Reserve Components • 4–6, page 16
MOS 11C Indirect Fire Infantryman • 4–7, page 16
MOS 11C Professional Development Model • 4–8, page 17
MOS 11C Reserve Components • 4–9, page 17
11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant/00Z Command Sergeant Major • 4–10, page 17
MOS 11Z Professional Development Model • 4–11, page 18
Chapter 5
Artillery (CMF 13) Career Progression Plan,
page 18
Duties • 5–1, page 18
Transformation • 5–2, page 18
Recommended career management self-development by rank • 5–3, page 19
Reserve Component • 5–4, page 21
MOS 13B Cannon Crewmember • 5–5, page 21
MOS 13B Professional Development Model • 5–6, page 22
MOS 13B Reserve Component • 5–7, page 22
MOS 13C Tactical Automated Fire Control Systems Specialist • 5–8, page 22
MOS 13C Professional Development Model • 5–9, page 24
MOS 13D Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data Systems Specialist • 5–10, page 24
MOS 13D Professional Development Model • 5–11, page 25
MOS 13D Reserve Component • 5–12, page 25
MOS 13E Cannon Fire Direction Specialist • 5–13, page 25
MOS 13E Professional Development Model • 5–14, page 26
MOS 13F Fire Support Specialist • 5–15, page 26
MOS 13F Professional Development Model • 5–16, page 27
MOS 13F Reserve Component • 5–17, page 27
MOS 13M Multiple Launch Rocket System crewmember • 5–18, page 27
MOS 13M Professional Development Model • 5–19, page 29
MOS 13M Reserve Component • 5–20, page 29
MOS 13P Multiple Launch Rocket System Automated Tactical Data Systems Specialist • 5–21, page 29
MOS 13P Professional Development Model • 5–22, page 30
MOS 13P Reserve Component • 5–23, page 30
MOS 13R Field Artillery FireFinder Radar Operator • 5–24, page 30
MOS 13R Professional Development Model • 5–25, page 31
MOS 13R Reserve Component • 5–26, page 31
MOS 13S Field Artillery Surveyor • 5–27, page 31
MOS 13S Professional Development Model • 5–28, page 33
MOS 13S Reserve Component • 5–29, page 33
MOS 13W Field Artillery Meteorological Crewmember • 5–30, page 33
MOS 13W Professional Development Model • 5–31, page 34
MOS 13W Reserve Component • 5–32, page 35
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Contents—Continued
13Z Field Artillery Senior Sergeant/00Z Command Sergeant Major • 5–33, page 35
MOS 13Z Professional Development Model • 5–34, page 36
Chapter 6
Air Defense Artillery (CMF 14) Career Progression Plan,
page 36
Duties • 6–1, page 36
Transformation • 6–2, page 36
Reserve Component • 6–3, page 37
Recommended Career Management Self-Development by Rank • 6–4, page 37
MOS 14E Patriot Fire Control Enhanced Operator/Maintainer • 6–5, page 39
MOS 14E Professional Development Model • 6–6, page 41
MOS 14E Reserve Component • 6–7, page 41
MOS 14J ADA Command, Control, Computers, Communications, and Intelligence Enhanced Operator/Maintainer
• 6–8, page 41
MOS 14J Professional Development Model • 6–9, page 43
MOS 14J Reserve Component • 6–10, page 43
MOS 14M Manportable Air Defense System Crewmember (Reserve Component only) • 6–11, page 43
MOS 14M Professional Development Model • 6–12, page 45
MOS 14R Bradley Linebacker Crewmember (Elimination of MOS 14R on 31 December 2006, pending approval)
• 6–13, page 45
MOS 14R Professional Development Model • 6–14, page 46
MOS 14R Reserve Component (Elimination of MOS 14R on 31 December 2006, pending approval) • 6–15, page 46
MOS 14S AMD Crewmember • 6–16, page 47
MOS 14S Professional Development Model • 6–17, page 48
MOS 14S Reserve Component • 6–18, page 48
MOS 14T - Patriot Launching Station Enhanced Operator/Maintainer • 6–19, page 48
MOS 14T Professional Development Model • 6–20, page 50
MOS 14T Reserve Component • 6–21, page 50
MOS 14Z Air Defense Artillery Senior Sergeant • 6–22, page 50
MOS 14Z Professional Development Model • 6–23, page 51
MOS 14Z Reserve Component • 6–24, page 51
Chapter 7
Aviation (CMF 15) Career Progression Plan,
page 51
Duties • 7–1, page 51
Transformation • 7–2, page 51
Recommend Career Management Self-Development by Rank • 7–3, page 52
MOS 15B Aircraft Powerplant Repairer • 7–4, page 54
MOS 15B Professional Development Model • 7–5, page 55
MOS 15B Reserve Component (RC) • 7–6, page 55
MOS 15D Aircraft Powertrain Repairer • 7–7, page 55
MOS 15D Professional Development Model • 7–8, page 56
MOS 15D Reserve Component • 7–9, page 56
MOS 15F Aircraft Electrician • 7–10, page 56
MOS 15F Professional Development Model • 7–11, page 57
MOS 15F Reserve Component • 7–12, page 57
MOS 15G Aircraft Structural Repairer • 7–13, page 57
MOS 15G Professional Development Model • 7–14, page 58
MOS 15G Reserve Component • 7–15, page 59
MOS 15H Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer • 7–16, page 59
MOS 15H Professional Development Model • 7–17, page 60
MOS 15H Reserve Component • 7–18, page 60
MOS 15J OH–58D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer • 7–19, page 60
MOS 15J Professional Development Model • 7–20, page 61
MOS 15J Reserve Component • 7–21, page 61
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Contents—Continued
MOS 15K Aircraft Components Repair Supervisor • 7–22, page 61
MOS 15K Professional Development Model • 7–23, page 62
MOS 15K Reserve Component • 7–24, page 62
MOS 15M UH–1 Helicopter Repairer (RC Only) • 7–25, page 62
MOS 15M Professional Development Model • 7–26, page 63
MOS 15M Reserve Component • 7–27, page 63
MOS 15N Avionic Mechanic • 7–28, page 63
MOS 15N Professional Development Model • 7–29, page 64
MOS 15N Reserve Component • 7–30, page 64
MOS 15P Aviation Operations Specialist • 7–31, page 64
MOS 15P Professional Development Model • 7–32, page 66
MOS 15P Reserve Component • 7–33, page 66
MOS 15Q Air Traffic Control Operator • 7–34, page 66
MOS 15Q Professional Development Model • 7–35, page 67
MOS 15Q Reserve Component • 7–36, page 67
MOS 15R AH–64 Attack Helicopter Repairer • 7–37, page 67
MOS 15R Professional Development Model • 7–38, page 69
MOS 15R Reserve Component • 7–39, page 69
MOS 15S OH–58D Helicopter Repairer • 7–40, page 69
MOS 15S Professional Development Model • 7–41, page 70
MOS 15S Reserve Component • 7–42, page 70
MOS 15T UH–60 Helicopter Repairer • 7–43, page 70
MOS 15T Professional Development Model • 7–44, page 71
MOS 15T Reserve Component • 7–45, page 71
MOS 15U CH–47 Helicopter Repairer • 7–46, page 71
MOS 15U Professional Development Model • 7–47, page 73
MOS 15U Reserve Component • 7–48, page 73
MOS 15V OH–58 Observation/Scout Helicopter Repairer (Reserve Component Only) • 7–49, page 73
MOS 15V Professional Development Model • 7–50, page 74
MOS 15X AH–64A Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer • 7–51, page 74
MOS 15X Professional Development Model • 7–52, page 76
MOS 15X Reserve Component • 7–53, page 76
MOS 15Y AH–64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer • 7–54, page 77
MOS 15Y Professional Development Model • 7–55, page 78
MOS 15Y Reserve Component • 7–56, page 78
MOS 15Z Aircraft Maintenance Senior Sergeant • 7–57, page 78
MOS 15Z Professional Development Model • 7–58, page 79
MOS 15Z Reserve Component • 7–59, page 79
Chapter 8
Special Forces (CMF 18) Career Progression Plan,
page 79
Duties Special Forces • 8–1, page 79
Transformation • 8–2, page 80
Recommend Career Management Self-Development by Rank • 8–3, page 80
MOS 18B Special Forces Weapons Sergeant • 8–4, page 82
MOS 18B Professional Development Model • 8–5, page 83
MOS 18B Reserve Component • 8–6, page 83
MOS 18C Special Forces Engineer Sergeant • 8–7, page 84
MOS 18C Professional Development Model • 8–8, page 86
MOS 18C Reserve Component • 8–9, page 86
MOS 18D–Special Forces Medical Sergeant • 8–10, page 86
MOS 18D Professional Development Model • 8–11, page 88
MOS 18D Reserve Component • 8–12, page 88
MOS 18E Special Forces Communications Sergeant • 8–13, page 89
MOS 18E Professional Development Model • 8–14, page 91
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Contents—Continued
MOS 18E Reserve Component • 8–15, page 91
MOS 18F Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant • 8–16, page 91
MOS 18F Professional Development Model • 8–17, page 93
MOS 18F Reserve Component • 8–18, page 93
MOS 18Z Special Forces Senior Sergeant • 8–19, page 93
MOS 18Z Professional Development Model • 8–20, page 94
MOS 18Z Reserve Component • 8–21, page 94
MOS 00Z Special Forces Command Sergeant Major • 8–22, page 94
MOS 00Z Professional Development Model • 8–23, page 94
MOS 00Z Reserve Component • 8–24, page 94
Chapter 9
Armor (CMF 19) Career Progression Plan,
page 95
Duties • 9–1, page 95
Transformation • 9–2, page 95
Recommended career management self-development by rank • 9–3, page 95
MOS 19D Cavalry Scout • 9–4, page 97
MOS 19D Professional Development Model • 9–5, page 99
MOS 19D Reserve Component • 9–6, page 99
MOS 19K M1 Armor Crewman • 9–7, page 99
MOS 19K Professional Development Model • 9–8, page 101
MOS 19K Reserve Component • 9–9, page 101
MOS 19Z Armor Senior Sergeant • 9–10, page 101
MOS 19Z Professional Development Model • 9–11, page 102
MOS 19Z Reserve Component • 9–12, page 102
Chapter 10
Engineer (CMF 21) Career Progression Plan,
page 102
Duties • 10–1, page 102
Transformation • 10–2, page 102
Recommend career management self-development by rank • 10–3, page 103
MOS 21B Combat Engineer (MOS closed to women) • 10–4, page 104
MOS 21B Professional Development Model • 10–5, page 106
MOS 21B Reserve Component • 10–6, page 106
MOS 21C Bridge Crewmember • 10–7, page 106
MOS 21C Professional Development Model • 10–8, page 107
MOS 21C Reserve Component • 10–9, page 107
MOS 21Z Combat Engineering Senior Sergeant • 10–10, page 107
MOS 21Z Professional Development Model • 10–11, page 108
MOS 21Z Reserve Component • 10–12, page 108
MOS 21D Diver • 10–13, page 108
MOS 21D Professional Development Model • 10–14, page 109
MOS 21D Reserve Component • 10–15, page 110
MOS 21E Heavy Construction Equipment Operator • 10–16, page 110
MOS 21E Professional Development Model • 10–17, page 110
MOS 21E Reserve Component • 10–18, page 110
MOS 21G Quarrying Specialist (Reserve Component Only) • 10–19, page 110
MOS 21G Professional Development Model • 10–20, page 111
MOS 21H Construction Engineering Supervisor • 10–21, page 111
MOS 21H Professional Development Model • 10–22, page 112
MOS 21H Reserve Component • 10–23, page 112
MOS 21J General Construction Equipment Operator • 10–24, page 112
MOS 21J Professional Development Model • 10–25, page 113
MOS 21J Reserve Component • 10–26, page 113
MOS 21K Plumber • 10–27, page 113
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Contents—Continued
MOS 51K Professional Development Model • 10–28, page 113
MOS 21K Reserve Component • 10–29, page 113
MOS 21M Firefighter • 10–30, page 113
MOS 21M Professional Development Model • 10–31, page 114
MOS 21M RC • 10–32, page 114
MOS 21N Construction Equipment Supervisor • 10–33, page 114
MOS 21N Professional Development Model • 10–34, page 115
MOS 21N RC • 10–35, page 115
MOS 21P Prime Power Production Specialist • 10–36, page 115
MOS 21P Professional Development Model • 10–37, page 116
MOS 21P Reserve Component • 10–38, page 116
MOS 21Q Transmission and Distribution Specialist, CMF 21 • 10–39, page 116
MOS 21Q Professional Development Model • 10–40, page 118
MOS 21R Interior Electrician • 10–41, page 118
MOS 21R Professional development Model • 10–42, page 118
MOS 21R Reserve Component • 10–43, page 118
MOS 21T Technical Engineering Specialist • 10–44, page 118
MOS 21T Professional Development Model • 10–45, page 119
MOS 21T Reserve Component • 10–46, page 119
MOS 21V Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator • 10–47, page 119
MOS 21V Professional Development Model • 10–48, page 120
MOS 21V Reserve Component • 10–49, page 120
MOS 21W Carpentry and Masonry Specialist • 10–50, page 120
MOS 21W Professional Development Model • 10–51, page 121
MOS 21W Reserve Component • 10–52, page 121
MOS 21X General Engineering Supervisor • 10–53, page 121
MOS 21 Professional Development Model • 10–54, page 122
MOS 21X Reserve Component • 10–55, page 122
MOS 21L Lithographer • 10–56, page 122
MOS 21L Professional Development Model • 10–57, page 123
MOS 21L Reserve Component • 10–58, page 123
MOS 21S Topographic Surveyor • 10–59, page 123
MOS 21S Professional Development Model • 10–60, page 124
MOS 21S Reserve Component • 10–61, page 124
MOS 21U Topographic Analyst • 10–62, page 124
MOS 21U Professional Development Model • 10–63, page 126
MOS 21U Reserve Component • 10–64, page 126
MOS 21Y Topographic Engineering Supervisor • 10–65, page 126
MOS 21 Professional Development Model • 10–66, page 126
MOS 21Y Reserve Component • 10–67, page 127
Chapter 11
Communications and Information Systems Operations (Visual Information Operations, Signal

Operations and Information Systems) (CMF 25) Career Progression Plan, page 127
Duties • 11–1, page 127
Recommend career management self-development by rank • 11–2, page 127
MOS 25M Multimedia Illustrator • 11–3, page 129
MOS 25M Professional Development Model • 11–4, page 130
MOS 25M Reserve Component • 11–5, page 130
MOS 25R Visual Information Equipment Operator-Maintainer • 11–6, page 130
MOS 25R Professional Development Model • 11–7, page 132
MOS 25R Reserve Component • 11–8, page 132
MOS 25V Combat Documentation/Production Specialist • 11–9, page 132
MOS 25V Professional Development Model • 11–10, page 133
MOS 25V Reserve Component • 11–11, page 133
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Contents—Continued
MOS 25Z Visual Information Operations Chief • 11–12, page 133
MOS 25Z Professional Development Model • 11–13, page 134
MOS 25Z Reserve Component • 11–14, page 134
Signal Operations - Duties • 11–15, page 134
MOS 25C Radio Operator-Maintainer • 11–16, page 134
MOS 25C Professional Development Model • 11–17, page 136
MOS 25C Reserve Component • 11–18, page 136
MOS 25F Network Switching Systems Operator-Maintainer • 11–19, page 136
MOS 25F Professional Development Model • 11–20, page 137
MOS 25F Reserve Component • 11–21, page 137
MOS 25L Cable Systems Installer-Maintainer • 11–22, page 137
MOS 25L Professional Development Model • 11–23, page 138
MOS 25L Reserve Component • 11–24, page 138
MOS 25N Nodal Network Systems Operator-Maintainer • 11–25, page 139
MOS 25N Professional Development Model • 11–26, page 140
MOS 25N Reserve Component • 11–27, page 140
MOS 25P Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer • 11–28, page 140
MOS 25P Professional Development Model • 11–29, page 142
MOS 25P Reserve Component • 11–30, page 142
MOS 25Q Multichannel Transmissions Systems Operator-Maintainer • 11–31, page 142
MOS 25Q Professional Development Model • 11–32, page 143
MOS 25Q Reserve Component • 11–33, page 143
MOS 25S Satellite Communications Systems Operator-Maintainer • 11–34, page 143
MOS 25S Professional Development Model • 11–35, page 145
MOS 25S Reserve Component • 11–36, page 145
MOS 25T Satellite/Microwave Systems Chief • 11–37, page 145
MOS 25T Professional Development Model • 11–38, page 146
MOS 25T Reserve Component • 11–39, page 146
MOS 25U Signal Support Systems Specialist • 11–40, page 146
MOS 25U Professional Development Model • 11–41, page 148
MOS 25U Reserve Component • 11–42, page 148
MOS 25W Telecommunications Operations Chief • 11–43, page 148
MOS 25W Professional Development Model • 11–44, page 149
MOS 25W Reserve Component • 11–45, page 149
MOS 25X Senior Signal Sergeant • 11–46, page 149
MOS 25X Professional Development Model • 11–47, page 149
MOS 25X Reserve Component • 11–48, page 149
Information Systems Operations - Duties • 11–49, page 150
MOS 25B Information Systems Operator-Analyst • 11–50, page 150
MOS 25B Professional Development Model • 11–51, page 151
MOS 25B Reserve Component • 11–52, page 151
MOS 25D Telecommunications Operator-Maintainer • 11–53, page 151
MOS 25D Professional Development Model • 11–54, page 153
MOS 25D Reserve Component • 11–55, page 153
MOS 25Y Information Systems Chief • 11–56, page 153
MOS 25Y Professional Development Model • 11–57, page 154
MOS 25Y Reserve Component • 11–58, page 154
Lifelong Learning • 11–59, page 154
Chapter 12
Paralegal (CMF 27) Career Progression Plan,
page 155
Duties • 12–1, page 155
Transformation • 12–2, page 156
Recommend Career Management Self-Development by rank • 12–3, page 156
MOS 27D Paralegal Specialist • 12–4, page 159
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Contents—Continued
MOS 27D Professional Development Model • 12–5, page 161
MOS 27D Reserve Component • 12–6, page 161
Chapter 13
Military Police (CMF 31) Career Progression Plan,
page 164
Duties • 13–1, page 164
Transformation • 13–2, page 165
Recommend career management self-development by rank • 13–3, page 165
MOS 31B Military Police • 13–4, page 167
MOS 31B Professional Development Model • 13–5, page 169
MOS 31D Criminal Investigation Division Special Agent • 13–6, page 169
MOS 13D Professional Development Model • 13–7, page 170
MOS 31E Internment/Resettlement (I/R) Specialist • 13–8, page 170
MOS 31E Professional Development Model • 13–9, page 172
Reserve Component • 13–10, page 172
Chapter 14
Military Intelligence (CMF 35) Career Progression Plan,
page 172
Duties • 14–1, page 172
Transformation • 14–2, page 173
Recommend Career Management Self-Development by Rank • 14–3, page 173
MOS 35F Intelligence Analyst • 14–4, page 175
MOS 35F Career Development Model • 14–5, page 176
MOS 35F Reserve Component • 14–6, page 176
MOS 35G Imagery analyst • 14–7, page 177
MOS 35G Professional Development Model • 14–8, page 178
MOS 35G Reserve Component • 14–9, page 178
MOS 35H Common Ground Station Analyst • 14–10, page 178
MOS 35H Career Development Model • 14–11, page 179
MOS 35H Reserve Component • 14–12, page 179
MOS 35X Chief Intelligence Sergeant • 14–13, page 179
MOS 35X Career Development Model • 14–14, page 180
MOS 35X Reserve Component • 14–15, page 180
MOS 35L Counterintelligence Agent • 14–16, page 180
MOS 35L Career Development Model • 14–17, page 182
MOS 35L Reserve Component • 14–18, page 182
MOS 35M Human Intelligence Collector • 14–19, page 182
MOS 35M Career Development Model • 14–20, page 183
MOS 35M Reserve Component • 14–21, page 183
MOS 35Y Chief Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Sergeant • 14–22, page 183
MOS 35Y Career Development Model • 14–23, page 184
MOS 35Y Reserve Component • 14–24, page 184
MOS 35N Signals Intelligence Analyst • 14–25, page 184
MOS 35N Career Development Model • 14–26, page 186
MOS 35N Reserve Component • 14–27, page 186
MOS 35P Cryptologic Communications Interceptor/Locator • 14–28, page 186
MOS 35P Career Development Model • 14–29, page 188
MOS 35P Reserve Component • 14–30, page 188
MOS 35S Signals Collector/Analyst • 14–31, page 188
MOS 35S Career Development Model • 14–32, page 189
MOS 35S Reserve Component • 14–33, page 189
35Z SIGINT Senior Sergeant/SIGINT Chief • 14–34, page 189
MOS 35Z Career Development Model • 14–35, page 190
MOS 35Z Reserve Component • 14–36, page 190
MOS 35T Military Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator • 14–37, page 190
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