Top 12B Combat Engineer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a 12B Combat Engineer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of 12B Combat Engineer resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.2% of 12B Combat Engineer resumes contained Route Clearance Operations as a skill. Let's find out what skills a 12B Combat Engineer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on 12B Combat Engineer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Route Clearance Operations

high Demand
Here's how Route Clearance Operations is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Conducted Route Clearance Operations in RC East Afghanistan.
  • Conduct Route Clearance Operations in Afghanistan, Provided Security for many different military forces in country.
  • Conduct Route Clearance operations that include obstacles, Improvised Explosives Devices, and Unexploded Ordnance.
  • Perform route clearance operations Breach buildings Demolitions Assist Infantry
  • Train for and conduct route clearance operations to eliminate hazards and conducted intelligence assessments.
  • Presided over Iraqi army engineers training on route clearance operations.

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2. Mine Detectors

high Demand
Here's how Mine Detectors is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Prepare and install firing systems for explosives and identify mines visually or with mine detectors.
  • Used and managed high-tech mine detectors to search for enemy mines.
  • Used high-tech mine detectors to search for mines.
  • Detect mines visually or with mine detectors.

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3. Vehicle Maintenance

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Here's how Vehicle Maintenance is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Supported soldiers through vehicle logistics and performing vehicle maintenance.
  • Spearheaded maintenance operations by developing a comprehensive vehicle maintenance tracker; all 10 vehicles had zero deficiencies and were combat ready.
  • Managed a 5 man team to ensure daily missions and vehicle maintenance we completed in a time efficient manner.
  • Organized, participated in and conducted daily training exercises, weapon and vehicle maintenance, daily cleaning.
  • Supervised and assisted other co-workers in tasks such as weapons maintenance, vehicle maintenance and inventories.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance on the tanks and semi-trucks that was giving to me.

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4. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Possess extensive knowledge in heavy equipment vehicle operations and tactical robot operations.
  • Operated Heavy Equipment as Military Occupation Specialty (forklift-10,000lbs, etc.)
  • Reviewed combat engineer heavy equipment publications for accuracy/applicability.
  • Operated heavy equipment, mechanic, completed Combat Life-Saver course, trained for military operations, responded to natural disasters stateside.
  • Provided advise and assistance to other organizations in matters pertaining to combat engineer heavy equipment training and operations.
  • Specialized in heavy equipment operation, crane operation, troop transport operation, and equipment transport operation.

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5. Detonate Explosives

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Here's how Detonate Explosives is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Trained to properly place explosives and safely detonate explosives.
  • Construct fighting positions, fixed and floating bridges, created obstacles and defensive positions, detonate explosives, route clearance.
  • Construct fighting positions, place and detonate explosives, conduct obstacle breaches, and execute mine detection.
  • Construct fighting positions, fixed/floating bridges, obstacles and defensive positions Place and detonate explosives.
  • Place and detonate explosives and conduct operations that include route clearance of obstacles and river.
  • Prepare, Install, and Detonate Explosives with manual or electronic firing systems.

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6. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Fort Leonardwood, MO 2009-2011 Served a 1 year term with the US Army, and excited with an honorable discharge.
  • Reviewed, analyzed and updated US Army's domestic disaster support and contingency operations planning.
  • Attached to US Army 101st and 82nd Airborne Division as Electronic Warfare Officer.
  • Awarded US Army ARCOM on active duty.
  • Processed and evaluated thousands of pages of US Army message traffic.
  • Selected to attend the US Army's Sergeants Major Academy.

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7. General Engineering

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Here's how General Engineering is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Performed construction, demolition, and general engineering tasks.
  • Specialize in mobility, counter mobility, survivability and general engineering.
  • Functioned as a supervisor whose task is to handle training measures and programs for mobility, survivability and general engineering task.
  • trained in mobility, survivability and general engineering.
  • provided expertise in areas such as mobility, counter mobility, survivability and general engineering.)
  • Provided much-needed combat effectiveness to the maneuver force by accomplishing mobility, counter mobility, and general engineering task.

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8. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Obtained secret clearance, Good Conduct Medal, and Army Achievement Medal.
  • Received other personal decorations for superior service including the Defense Superior Service Medal and multiple Defense Meritorious Service Medals.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for leadership
  • Received several awards for professionalism and achievement including two Army Commendation Medals and three Army Achievement Medals.
  • Received multiple commendation medals for actions of perseverance and excellence under challenging and fast paced operation tempo.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for planning, organizing and supporting NATO command and control exercises over a three year period.

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9. Honorable Discharge

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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Received honorable discharge from Fort Knox, Kentucky.
  • Served in the Gulf War Honorable Discharge
  • Rank E4 Corporal Honorable discharge Detect mines visually or using mine detectors Prepare and install firing systems for demolition and explosives
  • Earned official commendations for superior engineering work, and promoted to corporal upon honorable discharge.
  • Obtained several awards including Army Recommendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and Honorable discharge.
  • Received Honorable discharge upon completion of service.

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10. Counter Mobility

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Here's how Counter Mobility is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Supported infantry operations to engineer the field of battle for mobility and counter mobility operations.
  • Draft Designs and implement obstacles to delegate mobility and counter mobility.
  • Performed basic combat construction to create counter mobility and mobility.
  • Trained in mobility and counter mobility tactics.
  • Conduct mobility and counter mobility operations.
  • Served as a Combat Engineer trained as an expert in counter mobility demolitions, door breaching demolitions, and team comprehension.

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11. Explosive Devices

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Here's how Explosive Devices is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Key Results:* My job consisted of building bridges, disarming explosive devices, and clearing paths.
  • Trained the Afghan National Army in the detection of Improvised Explosive Devices and Route Clearance procedures.
  • Served in route clearance platoon detecting, and disabling improvised explosive devices.
  • Located and disabled improvised explosive devices (IEDs) utilizing extensive problem solving skills and executed time sensitive responsibilities.
  • Maintained a thorough program that oversaw the safety from counter-improved explosive devices.
  • Researched four projects which were approved by higher command that improved our ability against improvised explosive devices.

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12. Rough Terrain

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Here's how Rough Terrain is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Supervised 3-4 soldiers, served and assisted as a member of a team when tackling rough terrain in combat training situations.
  • Contained a combination of combat ability and building skills to tackle rough terrain in combat situations.
  • Maintained a jump ready situation in a Rough Terrain Combat Airborne Unit.
  • Assist team members when tackling rough terrain in combat situations.
  • Can navigate through rough terrain.
  • Transport troops threw rough terrain.

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13. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Performed basic demolition, mine warfare, and combat construction/deconstruction operations.
  • Trained combat movement techniques including breaching methods.
  • Certificate for Combat Lifesavers Course.
  • Licensed as an operator of all tracked and wheeled vehicle chaises in a Heavy Combat Engineer Battalion and Mechanized Infantry/Armor Brigade.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal For Valor, Army Commendation Medal, and Army Achievement Medal for actions in a combat zone.
  • Decided what engineer missions must be accomplished to support the brigade's current and future fights during combat operations.
  • Route Clearance Accomplishments NCO Academy Air Assault Squad Designated Marksman Combat Life Saver Open water life guard/ search and rescue
  • Served as a member of a team when tackling rough terrain in combat situations and situations of high stress.
  • Track and assign units engaged in engineering missions as well as combat missions for support of each other.
  • Ensured safe mobility of combat teams by locating and safely neutralizing mines and other traps and obstacles.
  • Served as an integral member of a combat team, providing vital construction and engineering combat support.
  • Experienced Combat Engineer consisting of one deployment to Afghanistan supporting Operation Enduring Freedom from 2012-2013.
  • Provided expertise as a member of a U.S. Army team during rough terrain combat situations.
  • Mentored newly recruited soldiers about being in the Army and being a combat engineer.
  • Assist as a member of a team when tackling rough terrain in combat exercises.
  • Soldier specialist who performs a variety of construction and demolition tasks under combat conditions.
  • Organized and executed physical training sessions, equipment operations classes, and combat training.
  • Trained, and coordinated over 302 combat operations, and 100 non-combat operations.
  • Trained to provide heavy offensive and defensive support in any combat scenario.
  • Ensured all vehicles and equipment were combat ready through preventative maintenance standards.

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14. Heavy Engineer

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Here's how Heavy Engineer is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Operated various light and heavy engineer wheeled vehicles.
  • Operated carious light/heavy engineering vehicles.
  • Operate various light and heavy engineer wheeled and tracked vehicles to perform the assigned demolition.
  • Operated various light and heavy engineer wheeled and tracked vehicles including the 65 ton AVLB.
  • Operated a wide variety of light and heavy engineer wheeled and track vehicles.
  • Operated both light and heavy engineer vehicles and performed vehicle maintenance.

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15. MOS

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Here's how MOS is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Instructed at the Phase 1 Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course for almost one year.
  • Licensed to operate all MOS related vehicles and equipment.
  • Supervised enlisted soldiers while mentoring and motivating mission readiness in the most efficient and effective manner.
  • Worked with decontamination equipment and reverse osmosis water purification equipment.
  • Recognized at MOS school for outstanding academic achievement.
  • Initial Training After recruit training, Marines in the engineering occupational field will complete a specialty course dependent on their MOS.

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16. Sensitive Items

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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Maintained complete accountability during deployment and redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment valued at over $18 million dollars.
  • Assigned to and lead 3 soldiers and signed all high dollar and sensitive items from the property book for the company.
  • Licensed Forklift, handled supply issues, inventory equipment and sensitive items, vehicle maintenance, leadership duties, etc.
  • Supervised operational and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and specialized equipment while maintain accountability of all sensitive items.
  • Maintained accountability and security for 4.5 million dollars worth of equipment and sensitive items.
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment.

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17. Training Exercises

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Here's how Training Exercises is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.

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18. Threat Mines

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Here's how Threat Mines is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Recognize booby traps,friendly and threat mines and firing devices.
  • Exercised extreme attention to detail to recognize booby traps, friendly and enemy threat mines and firing devices.
  • Recognize booby traps, friendly and threat mines and firing devices, installs wire obstacle material.
  • Recognize and neutralize booby traps, friendly and threat mines, and firing devices.
  • Recognize booby traps, friendly and threat mines/firing devices.
  • Recognized and neutralized booby traps, friendly/threat mines, and firing devices.

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19. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Received the Battalion Commanders Coin Award for excellence, general knowledge, and soldier skills.
  • Prepared and updated daily Commanders Critical Information Requirements, monitored, updated and maintained the status of all Hospital reporting systems.
  • Provided valuable feedback to Staff Warfare Commanders towards the future improvement of Information Operations/Warfare systems and their operational applications afloat.
  • Prepared executive correspondence and reviewed staff documents prepared for the Commander's signature to ensure compliance with established procedures.
  • Developed comprehensive reports detailing enemy threats and capabilities utilizing military and government systems for executive management and Commanders.
  • Performed weekly system diagnostics and provided technical assistance to drivers and vehicle commanders regarding mission essential C-IED intelligence.

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20. Basic Training

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Here's how Basic Training is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Awarded position after ten weeks of basic training and five weeks of specialized combat engineer training.
  • Completed basic training and advanced individual training to become a highly competent combat engineer.
  • Developed physical and mental growth through military basic training.
  • Completed basic training and advanced individual training.
  • Maintained uniformity and cohesiveness throughout basic training.
  • Awarded position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 8 weeks of intensive, specialized Combat Engineer training.

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21. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Briefed personnel on range procedures, ensured availability of medical personnel, safety vehicles, and communications equipment.
  • Supervised maintenance of assigned equipment consisting of a tracked vehicle, trailers, weapons and communications equipment.
  • Developed proficiency with encryption systems, communications equipment, and sensitive technology.
  • Operated and maintained specialized Army vehicles, weapons and communications equipment.
  • Maintained physical accountability of communications equipment valued over 200,000 million.
  • Installed vehicle-based rack mounted communications equipment and antennas.

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22. Ribbon

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Here's how Ribbon is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Guide on barrier for the 82nd engineers and closed the ribbons on Bravo Co. as the entire unit deactivated.
  • Awarded the National Defense Service Ribbon and the Meritorious Unit Citation for Operation Desert Storm.
  • Awarded the Overseas Service Ribbon for two or more years of service overseas.
  • Served during Operation Desert Storm and was awarded the Nation Defense Ribbon.
  • Received the Army Service Ribbon along with the National Defense Award.
  • Awarded the Non-Commission Officers Professional Development ribbon (2010).

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23. Technical Guidance

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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Provide Soldiers technical guidance in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Supervised lower grade soldiers and provided technical guidance to the soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provide technical guidance in all aspects of organizational and direct support maintenance.
  • Directed subordinates and superiors by providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Supervised lower grade service members and provided technical guidance to those service members in their accomplishment of engineer task and duties.
  • Performed duties, supervising lower enlisted military personal, and provided technical guidance to them in the accomplishment of their duties.

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24. E-4

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Here's how E-4 is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Rank: E-4 Promotable Conducted route clearance in Mosul, Iraq.
  • Rank: Specialist E-4 Construction and Demolition Team leader Heavy Equipment Operator Handled Hazardous Material
  • Rank E-4, Explosive expert, built bridges, cleared mine fields and anything else needed to get the mission completed.
  • Lead a small team of 4 junior Marines as a None Commissioned Officer, holding the rank of E-4.
  • Worked as a team member, and temporary team leader as an E-4 Specialist.
  • Attended numerous military supervisory leadership schools and completed tour with the rank of E-4.

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25. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Implemented tactical strategies and conducted Anti-Terrorism procedures in Operation Nobel Eagle.
  • Completed Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Awareness Training.
  • Executed $32 million national construction program in support of counter-terrorism agencies across the United States.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism, and other awards listed on DD-214.
  • Deployed to Iraq for 2 combat deployments in support of the War on Terrorism.
  • Earned Army Achievement Medal, Army Accommodation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal.

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26. Stressful Situations

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Here's how Stressful Situations is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Experience in security procedures, adapting to new situations, handling stressful situations calmly.

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27. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Conduct Tactical Operation Center as the Battle Staff NCO.
  • Determined significance/reliability of and analyzed incoming intelligence for changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.
  • Received and processed incoming reports, messages and determining significance and reliability of incoming information.
  • Reviewed all incoming and outgoing correspondence for editorial and procedural accuracy.
  • Incorporated quick reaction systems into common joint architecture.
  • Maintained accountability of personnel and equipment which boosted the morale of personnel and encouraged an innovative and safe working environment.

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28. AIT

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Here's how AIT is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Attended basic training and AIT in 2010.

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29. Sapper

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Here's how Sapper is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Air Assault certification*Combat Engineer Leadership Course (Sapper training) certification
  • Research, develop, and write Program of Instruction (POI) updates for Route Reconnaissance/Route Clearance- Leader and Sapper.
  • Redeployed to US as the first Sapper Company to complete a tour as a route clearance team with no casualties.
  • Trained each man of squad in Sapper tactics and assembly and placement of improvised explosives to achieve maximum results.
  • Conducted Sapper training and participated in night raids and sabotage operations in support of 2d Battalion, 6th Marines.
  • Attended Sapper's Leadership Course, Marksmanship Course, Non-Lethal Weapon's Instructor's Course, Combat Engineer Course.

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30. Construction Operations

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Here's how Construction Operations is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Led and coordinated numerous combat, humanitarian and construction operations within foreign theaters of deployments.
  • Coordinated with support units to align project efforts and planned construction operations.
  • Performed advanced explosive ordinance disposal and construction operations throughout Northern Iraq.
  • Supervised, trained and mentored subordinates in mine warfare, explosives, and combat construction operations in garrison and combat environments.
  • Mentored, trained, and supervised up to 12 employees using demolitions, breaching and rigging equipment, and construction operations.
  • Trained new recruits in basic construction operations and soldiering skills* Provided the highest level of professionalism and leadership daily.

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31. CEV

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Here's how CEV is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Follow orders given to me with the best of my ability provided with the training I have recevied.
  • Determined zero setting, fired CEV weapon systems, and provided maintenance of vehicle armament components.
  • Bore sights, determines zero settings, and fires the CEV weapon systems.
  • Directed assignment of CEV and AVLB in support of maneuver forces.
  • Prepared the Combat Engineer Vehicle (CEV) for firing.
  • Boresighted, determined zero settings, and fires the CEV(Combat Engineer Vehicle) weapon systems.

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32. C4

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Here's how C4 is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Deal with explosives, TNT, C4.
  • Job entitles igniting C4 claymores TNT IED nd complex obstacle breaching

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33. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Developed and implemented ship-wide training programs while displaying charismatic and enthusiastic individualized training.
  • Developed and implemented computer-based training programs that every student used
  • Managed the planning, coordination and execution of six ship Strike Group Electronic Warfare training programs.
  • Implemented and certified training programs at battalion level, covering 700 soldiers and 50 specialists.
  • Designed, coordinated, and managed numerous training programs for new recruits (seminars and briefing sessions).
  • Established training programs for soldiers in regard to all the aspects of work performance and professional development.

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34. Weapon Systems

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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Have passed federally mandated background checks and security clearances to be trained in Military Weapon Systems and Modern Demolition techniques.
  • Directed airborne reconnaissance operations to locate and exploit advanced weapon systems and nationally-tasked intelligence targets.
  • Led a team of 39-43 enlisted squadron personnel who performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the weapon systems of squadron aircraft.
  • Supervised daily operations of 18 personnel in maintenance and employment of ship's weapon systems.
  • Performed Daily preventative maintenance on weapon systems & military vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance on military vehicles and weapon systems.

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35. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Supervised maintenance and usage of military equipment.
  • Licensed on various military equipment, which allowed recovery operations for vehicles, and transport personnel with zero accidents.
  • Perform tactical operation in a team environment, handling /utilizing military equipment and supplies to execute missions.
  • Supervised and trained soldiers as necessary and managed and maintained accountability of assigned military equipment.
  • Operated different military equipment, responded to emergency situations, and conducted firing system installation.
  • Maintained all documentation required for the accountability of approximately $75,000 of sensitive military equipment.

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36. ACE

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Here's how ACE is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Accomplished measurable results while working with teams of three to four other colleagues in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • Repair and replace damaged or worn parts on diesel engines.
  • Rifle marksmanship Explosive ordinance handling and emplacement Wire obstacle emplacement and destruction Armored vehicle operator Dismounted patrols Drill and ceremony
  • Surveyed and analyzed terrain to determine optimum equipment placement and use.
  • Placed explosives and performed mine-sweeping activities on land.

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37. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Inspect, clean, maintain, and repair equipment, using mechanics' hand tools, or report malfunctions to supervisors.
  • Used heavy machinery, power tools, and hand tools to construct fortified positions, fixed/floating bridges, and obstacles.
  • Adjust functional parts of devices or control instruments, using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, or straightedges.
  • Skilled in Construction and Demolition with use of heavy equipment, hand tools, specialty tools and explosives.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Repaired radio equipment as necessary, using electronic testing equipment, hand tools, and power tools.

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38. Fellow Soldiers

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Here's how Fellow Soldiers is used in 12B Combat Engineer jobs:
  • Managed fellow soldiers to complete missions, tasks and other various military operations as team leader and squad leader.

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20 Most Common Skill for a 12B Combat Engineer

Route Clearance Operations19.8%
Mine Detectors15%
Vehicle Maintenance7.5%
Heavy Equipment6%
Detonate Explosives5.2%
US Army4.9%
General Engineering4.4%
Medal4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A 12B Combat Engineer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Route Clearance Operations
Route Clearance Operations
16.2%
16.2%
2
2
Mine Detectors
Mine Detectors
12.3%
12.3%
3
3
Vehicle Maintenance
Vehicle Maintenance
6.1%
6.1%
4
4
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
4.9%
4.9%
5
5
Detonate Explosives
Detonate Explosives
4.3%
4.3%
6
6
US Army
US Army
4%
4%
7
7
General Engineering
General Engineering
3.6%
3.6%
8
8
Medal
Medal
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
3%
3%
10
10
Counter Mobility
Counter Mobility
3%
3%
11
11
Explosive Devices
Explosive Devices
3%
3%
12
12
Rough Terrain
Rough Terrain
2.8%
2.8%
13
13
Combat
Combat
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
Heavy Engineer
Heavy Engineer
2.5%
2.5%
15
15
MOS
MOS
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Training Exercises
Training Exercises
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Threat Mines
Threat Mines
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Commander
Commander
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Basic Training
Basic Training
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Ribbon
Ribbon
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
E-4
E-4
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Terrorism
Terrorism
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Stressful Situations
Stressful Situations
1%
1%
27
27
NCO
NCO
1%
1%
28
28
AIT
AIT
1%
1%
29
29
Sapper
Sapper
1%
1%
30
30
Construction Operations
Construction Operations
1%
1%
31
31
CEV
CEV
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
C4
C4
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Training Programs
Training Programs
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Weapon Systems
Weapon Systems
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
ACE
ACE
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Fellow Soldiers
Fellow Soldiers
0.8%
0.8%

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