Training

Training

Vision

To produce the best trained and technically competent Signal Warriors that are confident, self-disciplined, and able to immediately contribute to the U.S. Army.

Mission

Transform Soldiers into technically and tactically competent Warriors who live by the Soldier’s Creed, understand the importance of teamwork and are prepared, confident, and disciplined to take their place in the ranks of the Army.
  • 25C MOS

Radio Operator/Maintainer (25C)


To train enlisted AC/RC soldiers to install, operate, and perform unit level   maintenance on HF (AN/PRC-150), Single Channel Ground Radio Airborne Radio   System (SINCGARS), Tactical Satellite (AN/PRC-117), Force XXI Battle Command   Brigade and Below (FBCB2), and HF Radios with associated communication security   (COMSEC) and power generating equipment.

As one of the largest ground forces in the world, the U.S. Army needs to make   sure that all forces can get the correct information. Army communicators are   responsible for making sure that their communications equipment is in top   working order to get data traffic through. The ability to efficiently   communicate allows the Army to track and direct troop, aircraft and watercrarft   movements.

Radio Operator/Maintainers are responsible for all maintenance checks and   services on assigned radio communication equipment. Some of your duties as a   Radio Operator/Maintainer may include:

  • Maintaining and testing communications equipment and security devices
  • Preparing and transmitting messages
  • Receiving, recording and processing messages
  • Operating and performing preventive maintenance checks on assigned equipment
  • Install, operating and perform preventive maintenance checks on assigned   power generators
Through your extensive Army training and experience, some additional study   and two years of electronics experience, you'll have the opportunity to qualify   for certification as an Associate Certified Electronics Technician.

Job training for a Radio Operator/Maintainer consists of ten weeks of Basic   Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced   Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice with   equipment. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field.   Some of the skills you learn are:

  • Programming and operating of Data Communication Devices
  • Preventive maintenance procedures
  • Communication security policies and procedures
Helpful attributes include:

  • An interest in working with electrical and electronic equipment
  • An interest in solving problems
  • 25L MOS

Radio Operator/Maintainer (25L)


To train enlisted AC/RC soldiers to install, operate, and perform unit level   maintenance on HF (AN/PRC-150), Single Channel Ground Radio Airborne Radio   System (SINCGARS), Tactical Satellite (AN/PRC-117), Force XXI Battle Command   Brigade and Below (FBCB2), and HF Radios with associated communication security   (COMSEC) and power generating equipment.

As one of the largest ground forces in the world, the U.S. Army needs to make   sure that all forces can get the correct information. Army communicators are   responsible for making sure that their communications equipment is in top   working order to get data traffic through. The ability to efficiently   communicate allows the Army to track and direct troop, aircraft and watercrarft   movements.

Radio Operator/Maintainers are responsible for all maintenance checks and   services on assigned radio communication equipment. Some of your duties as a   Radio Operator/Maintainer may include:

  • Maintaining and testing communications equipment and security devices
  • Preparing and transmitting messages
  • Receiving, recording and processing messages
  • Operating and performing preventive maintenance checks on assigned equipment
  • Install, operating and perform preventive maintenance checks on assigned   power generators
Through your extensive Army training and experience, some additional study   and two years of electronics experience, you'll have the opportunity to qualify   for certification as an Associate Certified Electronics Technician.

Job training for a Radio Operator/Maintainer consists of ten weeks of Basic   Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 13 weeks of Advanced   Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice with   equipment. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field.   Some of the skills you learn are:

  • Programming and operating of Data Communication Devices
  • Preventive maintenance procedures
  • Communication security policies and procedures
Helpful attributes include:

  • An interest in working with electrical and electronic equipment
  • An interest in solving problems
  • 25U MOS

Signal Support Systems Specialist (25U)


To train enlisted AC/RC soldiers to install, troubleshoot, and perform unit   level maintenance on the battlefield, manual and automated signal support   systems and terminal equipment, Single Channel Ground Radio Airborne Radio   System (SINCGARS), Tactical Satellite (TACSAT), JTRS Enhanced Multiband (JEM)   Inter/Intra Team Radio, Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2), Army   Battle Command Systems (ABCS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Commercial Off   the Shelf Computer (COTS) Hardware and Software, Installation and maintenance of   Local area Networks to include switches and routers, and to deploy and operate   dedicated radio retransmission stations.

As one of the largest ground forces in the world, the U.S. Army needs to make   sure that all forces can get the correct information. The Army communications   maintenance team is responsible for making sure that all communications   equipment is in top working order. This equipment allows the Army to track and   direct troop, aircraft and watercraft movements.

Signal Support Systems Specialists are primarily responsible for working with   battlefield Signal support systems and terminal devices. Some of your duties as   a Signal Support Systems Specialist may include:

  • Integrating signal systems and networks
  • Installing, operating and maintaining designated radio and data distribution   systems
  • Performing signal support functions
  • Performing unit level maintenance on authorized signal equipment and   associated electronic devices
  • Training and providing technical assistance to users of Signal equipment
  • Operating and performing preventive maintenance checks and services on   assigned vehicles and power generators
Job training for a Signal Support Systems Specialist consists of nine weeks   of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 17 weeks of   Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction, including practice with   equipment. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field.   Some of the skills you'll learn are:

  • Mechanical, electronic and electrical principles
  • Preventive maintenance procedures
  • Line installation and wiring techniques
  • Communication security policies and procedures
Helpful attributes include:

  • An interest in working with electrical, electronic and electromechanical   equipment
  • An interest in solving problem
 

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15th Regimental Signal Brigade
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