MOS 35H Common Ground Station Analyst Duty Descriptions

MOS 35H, Common Ground Station Analyst, was merged with MOS 35G, Imagery Analyst in 2010 and no longer exists.

35H Common Ground Station NCOIC

The soldier serves as the NCOIC (Noncommissioned Officer in Charge) for the Common Ground Station (CGS) in the Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) section of the 1st Armored Division. They are responsible for the welfare, training, and supervision of six soldiers and four NCOs. Their duties include overseeing the development of the Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI) cell, which involves the analysis and interpretation of data related to moving targets. Additionally, they are responsible for the operation and maintenance of two Common Ground Stations, four MEP-803A Generators, four High Mobility Multi-Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs), and four M1102 Trailers, with a total value exceeding ten million dollars.

Common Ground Station Analyst

This role involves supervising, performing, and coordinating the collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence within the Common Ground Station. The analyst integrates, analyzes, and prioritizes All Source Eyelid Reports, contributing to the overall intelligence picture. They assist in the preparation of indicators to meet priority intelligence requirements and produce daily intelligence summaries and weekly assessments of the area of operations. Additionally, they are responsible for the training, health, and welfare of three soldiers under their supervision.

35H Common Ground Station NCOIC

In this position, the soldier serves as the NCOIC of the Common Ground Station within the Ground Component Command-Combined Analysis Control Center (GCC-CACC). They produce and disseminate Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI) intelligence reports in direct support of the USFK J2 (United States Forces Korea Joint Intelligence Directorate). They oversee mission execution, analysis, production, and dissemination of GMTI reports, including the peninsula Indications and Warnings (I&W) mission. This role involves working with various intelligence platforms such as ARL (Airborne Reconnaissance Low), P3 Orion, JSTARS (Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System), and U2 GMTI. They are accountable for managing and maintaining over $14 million worth of mission equipment listed in the Property Book.

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