They notice, intercept, and analyze foreign communications, while recognizing changes in enemy and foreign comms and using these changes to continue retrieving information
Is there a clearance required?: No
Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support
Identify and analyze foreign communications.
Recognize changes in transmission modes as well as tip the appropriate authority.
Provide translation expertise to other analysts.
Produce transcriptions and translations from foreign communications
Military Duties Translated:
There are several Cryptologic Linguists (MOS 35P) that advance with government agencies or embassies following the conclusion of their service term with the Army.
You can work as a translator for agencies like the Department of Defense or the National Security Agency (NSA).
Additionally, places like universities and businesses that conduct operations overseas are in need of highly qualified translators.
Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience: