Army

94E:Radio & Communication Security Repair (94E)

These soldiers repair and maintain all kinds of equipment on radio receivers and transmitters, as well as other kinds of comms security equipment.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Installing and repairing circuits and wiring. Calibrating and aligning equipment components. Performing preventive maintenance checks and services on equipment. Testing, measuring, and running diagnostic equipment to examine program sets and interactive electronic technical manuals in order to troubleshoot, or repair equipment.

Military Duties Translated:

Though much of what an Army Radio and Communications Security Repairer (MOS 94E) performs is specific to the Army, there are a few equivalents in the civilian world. Those that choose to leave the military (and federal government in general) often find work as radio dispatchers or radio mechanics. There is also the option of continuing to work for the federal government in some capacity since radio and communications repairs are needed at every level.

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

Electrical Engineer