Air Force

1C5X1:Command and Control Battle Management Operations (1C5X1)

They manage and operate all command and control battle management systems. They also coordinate a variety of missions, such as personnel recovery and search and rescue.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

They manage and operate all command and control battle management systems. They also coordinate a variety of missions, such as personnel recovery and search and rescue.

Military Duties Translated:

They troubleshoot issues, ensure network security, create and configure networks, and provide technical support. They typically work full-time, and they might have to work late nights or on weekends, depending on the needs of their company. This position typically involves working in an office setting; however, some Cisco network engineers must travel between sites to see clients. Cisco network engineers can work as part of the IT department for a company, or they might work as part of an external company that deals with multiple clients. Companies that employ Cisco network engineers have sophisticated IT systems and typically include schools and hospitals, banks, retailers, and large government departments.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Cisco Network Engineer