In 2004, the Engineer MOS changed from CMF 12 to CMF 21. In 2009, the Engineer MOS changed again, from CMF 21 to CMF 12.
MOS 21T Technical Engineering NCO
As a Technical Engineering NCO in the 21T Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), your role involves performing various technical tasks related to engineering and construction. You are responsible for conducting technical investigations, surveys, and drafting construction plans and specifications. Additionally, you assist in field and laboratory tests on construction materials, construction and geodetic surveys. Your expertise is crucial in planning, directing, inspecting, and performing technical site development activities. You also supervise reconnaissance duties and survey sites to determine any special requirements. Furthermore, you collect and analyze topographic data, including charts, maps, aerial photographs, and control lists, to create a deployable database. Your role includes disseminating survey data to relevant parties.
MOS 21T30 Technical Engineering NCO
In your role as a Technical Engineering NCO at the 21T30 level, your responsibilities encompass supervising and participating in construction site development. You play a crucial role in conducting field and laboratory testing on construction soil, foundations, materials, and surveys. Additionally, you engage in design drafting for military construction projects. Your expertise allows you to survey construction sites and determine any special requirements. You supervise the duties performed by subordinate personnel and ensure the smooth organization and planning of work activities. As a Technical Engineering NCO, you serve as the technical authority in all survey matters. You are responsible for authoring, controlling, and disseminating survey data to relevant stakeholders.
MOS 21T40 Senior Technical Engineering NCO
As a Senior Technical Engineering NCO in the 21T MOS, your role involves supervising construction site development activities. This includes overseeing technical investigations, surveying, drafting, and the development of construction plans. You play a vital role in performing quality control reviews, analyzing and interpreting field and laboratory tests on construction materials and soil. Additionally, you are responsible for developing work schedules and determining soil stabilization methods. Your expertise extends to supervising engineering activities related to construction and geodetic surveying, drafting, and testing of construction materials. You are responsible for preparing project progress reports and conducting project briefings to ensure effective communication and coordination.