MOS 29E, Electronic Warfare Specialist, was changed to MOS 17E, Electronic Warfare Specialist, in 2018.
- During the NTC Rotation 20-04, the EW NCO distinguished himself by consistently going above and beyond his assigned responsibilities, proving to be an indispensable member of the team.
- I proactively sourced new graphics for all three Electronic Warfare Warrant Technician (EWWWT) teams, ensuring that each team had up-to-date target lists, which encompassed over 300 separate emitters. This enabled the teams to effectively engage and counter enemy electronic threats.
- I demonstrated advanced knowledge of Electronic Warfare (EW) tactics, techniques, and procedures, providing invaluable support to the 127th BEB during the Mountain Peak exercise.
- Through my expertise, I identified and reported over 30 unknown frequencies, generating actionable intelligence regarding the location and radio usage of enemy forces. This critical information significantly enhanced situational awareness and mission effectiveness.
- I meticulously ensured that all vehicles, including the MATV, 10-ton LMTVs, and the MAXPRO, remained current with updates and upgrades. By maintaining the security and effectiveness of these vehicles, I safeguarded both personnel and equipment.
- I performed critical tasks essential to the success of the Squadron without requiring supervision, showcasing my self-reliance and ability to multiply the effectiveness of the advance party.
- I took independent initiative by moving to several locations to capture all radio signals in the area, providing exhaustive signal intelligence. This comprehensive intelligence significantly contributed to the overall situational understanding and decision-making process.