17K (which was later changed to 96R)…Ground Surviellance Radar crewman.
Aircrew Survival Equipmentman (formerly called Parachute Rigger) - US Navy 1973-1995
ASIs: X5, H, I.
Field Artillery Fire Finder Radar Operator, Radar Section Chief, Fire Finder Radar Organizational Maintenance, Writer Training Developer for Fire Finder, Instructor for Fire Finder Radar systems.
11F. Pilot. Fighter
Never had an MOS. I had an NEC.
8292 E-2B AEW Flight Technician (i.e. Aircew Radar and Operator)
8284 Electronic Warfare Operational Intelligence Crewman (Aircrew, commonly referred to as EWOP Electronic Warfare OPerator in the EP-3E and ES-3A squadrons.)
Why be so vague?
Pretty sure the Veterans know what that means, Alex. Perhaps you meant to ask, “What’s an Infaneer?”
Well, that’s a great question, Alex. It’s a contraction of two and a half insanely fun Military Occupational Specialty Codes.
I’m not military but I believe that is “combat engineer.”
Thank you all for your service to this nation.
Which later was integrated into 33W.
I believe it is now 35T.
Anyone who knows how to use Google knows what it means, too.
No. I wanted to know specifics of when you served and where. I admit my question was a bit too vague to pin you down, which is what I wanted.
Like the Scankers we had in Al Quiam.
We were low on tankers so the Scouts jumped in the tanks to help out.
Navy doesn’t have MOS’s and Officers don’t either.
Either does the Air Force but it is not hard to know what he is asking for.
CDR, USNR-Ret…aviator, C-130s (cargo)