37F3O2S Tactical MISO Team Leader (USAR)
As the Team Leader of a CENTCOM-oriented Tactical Military Information Support Operations (MISO) Team (TMT), your role is to supervise two subordinate Psychological Operations (PSYOP) specialists. You integrate your team into the planning and operations cycle of supported units, assisting in the planning and execution of tactical military information (MILINFO) activities in support of unit objectives. You provide timely and accurate feedback on measures of effectiveness, impact indicators, and propaganda analysis.
Additionally, you are accountable for the Army equipment assigned to your team, which is valued in excess of $150,000. It is your responsibility to ensure the proper accountability, serviceability, and maintenance of the equipment to support mission readiness and effectiveness.
37F2O Tactical MISO Assistant Team Leader (USAR)
As the Assistant Team Leader of a Tactical Military Information Support Operations (MISO) Team (TMT), your role is to train, lead, and deploy three Psychological Operations (PSYOP) specialists. You ensure that the team is prepared to conduct MISO in support of conventional and special operations forces, specifically focusing on operations in the Central Command AOR. You maintain the ability to conduct short-notice worldwide deployments.
Furthermore, you are responsible for the accountability, serviceability, and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $500,000. This includes ensuring that the equipment is properly managed and maintained to support the operational requirements of the team.
Primary MISO Planner for Airborne 37F4P
As the Primary MISO Planner for an Infantry Brigade Combat Team (BCT) with a rapid reaction mission, your role involves coordinating, supervising, and integrating with all assigned and attached MISO units in the Brigade. You are responsible for developing and maintaining MISO Product Series Dissemination Worksheets and Product Action Worksheets. Additionally, you assess cultural and psychological aspects of operations and provide recommendations to the Brigade Commander regarding MISO.
Your responsibilities also include ensuring the maintenance and accountability of equipment assigned to you, which is valued at over $300,000. This requires proper management and upkeep of the equipment to support mission readiness.
Tactical MISO Team Leader 37F3P
As the Team Leader of a Tactical Military Information Support Operations Team (TMIST) in a CENTCOM-oriented, Airborne, Tactical, Military Information Support Operations Company (MISO), your role is to supervise a three Soldier MISO Team. You ensure that the team is trained to conduct MISO in support of conventional and Special Operations Forces up to battalion level. Additionally, you ensure that the Soldiers are prepared to operate in the CENTCOM AOR and maintain the ability to deploy worldwide with little to no notice.
Moreover, you are responsible for the accountability, serviceability, and maintenance of equipment valued in excess of $3.5 million. This includes ensuring that the equipment is properly cared for and maintained to support mission requirements.
Tactical MISO Assistant Team Leader 37F2P
As the Assistant Team Leader of a Tactical Military Information Support Team (TMT) in an Airborne, Tactical Military Support Operations (MISO) Company, your responsibilities include the management of one Soldier. This entails overseeing their training, development, morale, health, and welfare. You ensure the integration of the team into the supported unit and assist in the planning and execution of dissemination methods of MISO products.
Furthermore, you provide timely and accurate feedback on measures of effectiveness, impact indicators, and propaganda analysis. You are also accountable for the proper maintenance and accountability of Army equipment valued in excess of $250,000, ensuring it is in a serviceable and operational state.
Senior Intelligence Sergeant
As the Senior Intelligence Sergeant for a Cavalry Squadron in an Infantry Brigade Combat Team, your role encompasses several important responsibilities. You are responsible for the care, training, mentorship, and supervision of seven Soldier-intelligence analysts within your squadron. This includes overseeing their professional development and ensuring they are prepared to fulfill their intelligence-related duties effectively.
Your primary duty is to oversee the production of all continuous intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB) products within the squadron. This involves the creation of target folders, time-sensitive target grid reference graphics, battle update briefs, and graphic intelligence summaries. By providing comprehensive and accurate intelligence analysis, you contribute to the operational readiness and decision-making capabilities of the squadron.
In addition, you serve as the interpreter manager, ensuring effective communication and interpretation support for the squadron’s operations. Your role also extends to the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued at over $500,000. It is essential to ensure that the equipment is properly maintained and available for use when required.
37F2P/37F3P Military Information Operations NCO
As the Military Information Operations NCO, you have a critical role in analyzing current intelligence and conducting research on foreign target audiences. You oversee the production of MISO studies, assessments, and the analysis of enemy propaganda. Your work involves developing various worksheets, such as Series Concept Worksheets, Series Dissemination Worksheets, Series Execution Matrixes, and Product Action Worksheets, as part of an Operational MISO Detachment.