MOS 25L Cable Systems Installer/Maintainer Duty Descriptions

25L20/Senior Cable/Antenna Systems Installer

In an Expeditionary Signal Battalion responsible for providing command and control support for FORSCOM, the Senior Cable Systems Installer, holding the 25L20 designation, plays a crucial role. Their primary responsibilities include the installation, operation, and maintenance of cable wire communications systems, communication security devices, and associated equipment. They supervise unit level maintenance and ensure accountability for one HMMWV. Additionally, they are responsible for training, mentoring, and welfare support for three Soldiers. The equipment they handle is valued at $500,000.

Cable Antenna Systems Supervisor (25L3O)

In the XXX Signal Company, the Cable Antenna Systems Supervisor, identified as a 25L3O, assumes a vital position. They provide direct supervision for the maintenance and repairs of the Outside Plant (OSP) facility, which includes Long Haul Transmission Fiber Optic Cable spanning over 100 miles and 459 manholes on USAG XXXX. They also coordinate personnel activities to meet workload demands. Additionally, they offer support to various facilities in BASE X, BASE Y, and Digital Microwave Upgrade (DMU) relay sites throughout the Area of Operations. Their responsibilities extend to the maintenance of Armed Forces Network (AFN) amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM) transmission systems.

Information Systems Staff NCO/25L3O

As the Battalion Information Systems Staff NCO, this individual holds a critical role in an Operational-based Strategic Signal Battalion. The battalion provides baseline Information Technology services to the theater Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4) infrastructure in five communities covering an area of 20,000 square miles. These communities contain over 70% of USAREUR’s combat power and over 40% of all USAREUR Forces and IMCOM-E direct reporting units. In their capacity as the Battalion Liaison, they plan and manage direct exercise support to USAREUR, United States European Command (EUCOM), 7th Army Joint Multinational Simulations Center, and 7th Tactical Theater Signal Brigade. They are also responsible for the health, welfare, training, and families of two Soldiers.

Senior Cable Antenna System Splicer

The Senior Cable Antenna System Splicer serves in a forward deployed Combat Aviation Brigade consisting of five battalions. They coordinate and supervise the activities of team members involved in the construction, installation, and recovery of cable and wire communications systems. Their support is crucial for the Brigade’s Joint Operations Center (JOC) and one Command Post Node (CPN). They conduct tests on cable communications systems to ensure circuit and system quality, as well as identify and repair line faults. In addition to their technical duties, they are responsible for the health, welfare, and morale of one NCO and one soldier.

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