Top Action Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Action Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Action Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.8% of Action Officer resumes contained Military Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Action Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Action Officer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Reviewed and implements incoming regulations and directives relating to administration and military personnel programs, functions, and procedures.
  • Directed information systems worldwide for entire Army network, providing secure connectivity for over 12 thousand military personnel.
  • Conducted analysis to address transitional security issues which led to increased safety for US and Iraqi military personnel and civilian contractors.
  • Managed data bases, military personnel offices, special assignment duties for general officers and club management operations.
  • Managed and supervised network and communications systems for hundreds of brigade civilian and military personnel.
  • Implemented and operated programs, practices, and procedures for developing optimal utilization of military personnel.

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2. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Specified and edited command-wide research and presentations to prepared Commander for strategic conferences and weekly Video Teleconferences with AFMC Center Commanders.
  • Compared program goals with joint/fleet commander priorities, prepared cost/benefit analysis and provided recommendations for approval or disapproval of funding.
  • Composed and/or edited correspondence on behalf of the Garrison Commander or Deputy Garrison Commander.
  • Provide administrative support to the Commander and Deputy Director Technology Operations Group.
  • Evaluated options for upgrade paths and advised squadron commander on recommendations.
  • Coordinated the efforts of the Commander''s Town Hall meetings, performing the admin details with the staff elements based.
  • Developed Course of Action (COA) Decision Briefs for Commander, JFCC SPACE pertaining to MILSATCOM constellation optimization.
  • Conducted historical research and prepared narrative history as assigned by the brigade commander and/or ASC, Command Historian.
  • Represent AFLCMC and the Commander's Action Group during interactions with government organizations and political staffers.
  • Defined mission strategy and priorities of SMC leadership involving over 100 field units and commanders.
  • Developed, reviewed, processed, and recommended approval of Commander's command policy memorandums.
  • Planned/coordinated UN Commander's conference, resulting in a successful visit for 50 US/Korean generals.
  • Analyzed over 35 PACOM targets; heightened the insight of PACOM Commander for ops planning.
  • Prepared reviews for briefings to Commanders, this required strong organization and communication skills.
  • Prepared and briefed various project overviews and status reports for the Signal Corp commander.
  • Provided reports and recommendations to American Commanders on assistance to the Afghan partners.
  • Managed special projects and prepared presentations for Human System Center commander and staff.
  • Reported directly to the Installation Commander; provided support to 6.2K personnel.
  • Edited and typed award certificates for Garrison Commander's approval.
  • Ranked #1 of 24 officers by Wing Commander.

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3. Policy Guidance

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Here's how Policy Guidance is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided policy guidance to unit leadership teams to enhance report quality and timely resolution of felony-level allegations.

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4. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided critical data to combatant commanders in Afghanistan supporting the International Security Assistance Force Campaign priorities and APH program objectives.
  • Designated Military Officer, ensuring professionally prepared unclassified and classified summaries for over 50 unlawful enemy combatants.
  • Lead development of combined deployment training strategy for all combat support functional areas.
  • Brigade & Division Signal Officer Trainer in preparation for combat deployments totaled 22 Brigade level inside the box rotations.
  • Monitored operational readiness of worldwide USAF combat resources using the Joint Reporting Structure and Air Force Operational Reporting System.
  • Maintained liaison with the Joint Staff, Combatant Commands, and Military Army Component Commands on personnel tasking issues.
  • Assigned as Assistant Combat Officer - responsible for administration, health/comfort, and training of assigned personnel.
  • Assigned collateral duties of Combat Camera OIC; responsible for supervision of 2D MAW Combat Camera Marines.
  • Led development of first-ever, near-real-time data link fusion of global combat zones into a single display
  • Developed Joint ALN communication requirements; represented Air Combat Command's position at Air Force level.
  • Slashed qualification processes for combat personnel by 40% while intensifying the quality of training.
  • Served as key member of command group staff during armistice, combat operations and exercises.
  • Identified 74 mission critical equipment shortfalls affecting combat readiness for two deployment teams.
  • Submit weekly SOF operation locations and activities tracking deployed units in combat.
  • Assisted in the combat development of offensive IO capabilities.
  • Planned 200 combat missions in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Assessed cost/risk analysis of AMDR combat systems development.
  • Coordinated worldwide Special Operations plans, deployments and exercises with senior Department of Defense officials, Combatant Commands and Interagency organizations.
  • Spearheaded the qualification of all Combat Direction Center qualifications and maintained all warfighting capabilities and capacities.
  • Conducted analysis and evaluation on concepts for warfighting to shape the future of the US Marine Corps for effective combat employment.

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5. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Oversee all DoD Joint Staff engagement and activities that take place in the five countries that make up Central Africa.
  • Joint officer working with DOD foreign coalition officers from thirty-five countries to develop plans in support of USCENTCOM mission.
  • Assist Program Executives in the planning and implementation of data requirements, as requested by other Agency elements/DoD Agencies.
  • Facilitated real-time threat assessments, initiated 89 foreign missile launch conferences and coordinated with 50 DoD/civilian agencies.
  • Completed communications related aerospace R&D special projects for SOF, DoD, USAF, USA.
  • Conducted 93 missile launch notifications coordinating with 50 DoD and civilian agencies enabling real-time threat assessments.
  • Coordinated AT/FP activities of the component commands, direct reporting units, and other DOD elements.
  • Published findings for 74 AFOSI field units to AFOSI leadership and DoD Inspector General.
  • Analyzed and delivered statistical crime reports to USAF, DoD, and Congressional leadership.
  • Provide input as needed on DOD and National Security directives and policies.
  • Developed the operations and exercise plans for DoD Inaugural support.
  • Analyze hearings to assess their impact on the DoD.
  • Developed multiforce active shooter exercise that included local first responders and SWAT to facilitate DOD response to active shooter.

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6. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Oversee the efforts of unit logistics personnel to ensure logistics requirements are synchronized with operational processes.
  • Coordinated budget, logistics and training support requirements with staff elements across the intelligence enterprise.
  • Provided management directions to ensure life cycle Logistics support of procured equipment and systems.
  • Provided systems training status and evaluations to Logistics and Program Managers.
  • Reviewed and analyzed logistics policy, directives, and regulations.
  • Provide command representation to unit/division logistics readiness reviews.
  • Mobilized Reservist Logistics Action Officer, for Crisis Action Team (CAT) Department of the Army, General Staff Pentagon.
  • Represented the Air Logistics Center, presenting, defending, and interpreting staff studies to U.S. Air Force senior leadership.
  • Administrated all aspects of the Strong Bonds program, including advertising, registrations, ordering and logistics.
  • Managed logistics for Soldiers to train and deploy abroad to new duty stations being initially stood up.
  • Prepared briefings and advise to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on logistics matters.
  • Trained G4 Logistics Operations Center (LOC) peers on unit transportation tracking systems.
  • Supply & Logistics Officer for a Battalion and Brigade level units.
  • Assisted forward deployed aviation units on all matters involving logistics.
  • Key Contributions Supervised administration and logistics for a 30-person division of officers, DA civilians and contract personnel.
  • Maintained Integrated Logistics Support Manager (ILSM) webpage.
  • Assigned to assist C7F during Operation Tomodachi, coordinated emergency equipment transfer and logistics to support of Japanese first responders.

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7. Joint Staff

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Here's how Joint Staff is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided Information Operation support to Joint Staff and PACOM satisfying strategic intelligence requirements.
  • Assisted in convening worldwide Emergency Actions secure voice conferences for the J-3 Deputy Director of Operations for the Joint Staff.
  • Interfaced with Joint Staff and other regional commands on regular basis and reviewed IO policies as a staff action officer.
  • Joint Staff Planner for the NATO Russia Council; Defense Transparency Strategy and Reform (NRC DTSR) working group.
  • Conduct research and respond to all request for information from Headquarters Department of the Army and the Joint Staff.
  • Developed and implemented the first-ever, Joint Staff Training Program for Action Officers and other newly-assigned members.
  • Co-chaired a Joint Staff intelligence Exercise Support Working Group consisting of over 30 government and military personnel.
  • Joint Staff, The Pentagon.
  • Represented Joint Staff and Central Command's interests at interagency working group meetings.

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8. Subject Matter

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Here's how Subject Matter is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Subject matter expert for operational and strategic level distribution requirements in support of Joint Operations in Afghanistan.
  • Establish priority of actions based on the sensitivity of the subject matter, suspense dates, and other pertinent data.
  • Served as the WMD civil support response subject matter expert relating to homeland defense emergency response training exercises.
  • Worked on team lesson plans and developed new subject matter material to use on the BFIST/STRIKER systems.
  • Provided subject matter expertise on GEOINT architecture, equipment, training, programs, and operations.
  • Provided subject matter expert advice, oversight, and analysis to AFOSI criminal investigations.
  • Provided subject matter expert knowledge, for the Agency, at publishing forums.
  • Conducted staff actions to include coordinating with subject matter experts and conducting briefings.
  • Served as a subject matter expert for New Equipment Training Division.
  • Subject matter expert on Staff Actions and Operations reporting procedures.
  • Command Inspector General Subject Matter Expert.
  • Acted as Military Communications subject matter expert and advisor to DISA.
  • Work with team or independently to communicate with subject matter experts regarding worldwide healthcare issues and other critical topics (i.e.

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9. Direct Support

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Here's how Direct Support is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Performed direct support maintenance to heavy trucks.
  • Identified technical risks and constraints and developed rapid fielding solutions in direct support of operational war fighting requirements.
  • Provide direct support to the Navy CA; working with Navy Enclaves to receive Approval to Operate for their network systems.
  • Led U.S. TENTH Fleet's Direct Support program in the deployment of 150+ systems, 550+ Sailors and 150+missions.
  • Provided direct support to the Warfighter Integration and Innovation Director for all information and knowledge management, collaboration functions.

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10. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provide technical assistance to fleet wide retrofits and production modifications.
  • Provide technical assistance and guidance on administrative policies and procedures for the processing and completion of command group actions.
  • Performed support functions, to include providing technical assistance and training for automation and communications equipment at the battalion level.
  • Performed software base-line security configurations and provided technical assistance, training, and support to all users.
  • Provided technical assistance to computer system users.
  • Provide technical assistance and guidance to faculty and administrators in the development and preparation of over 100 proposals each year.

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11. Strategic Plan

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Here's how Strategic Plan is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Analyzed, prepared and presented data to senior leadership outlining potential and actual risks thereby providing strategic plans to mitigate threats.
  • Served as strategic planning team member designing focus & future thrust of Army Acquisition Corps (AAC) workforce.
  • Performed duties included strategic planning, coordination, integration, leadership, and directing control of assigned testing projects.
  • Maintained mine warfare strategic plans and force deployment data for the Pacific area of operations and homeland defense.
  • Organized and managed conferences for the Commander of NAVSEA (VADM) to develop NAVSEA's strategic plan.
  • Provided weekly analysis reports program offices from the Navy Strategic Planning Opportunities Library (NSPOL).
  • Assisted in the development of strategic plans for two presidential elections (3 Mo).
  • Worked closely with leadership to jointly solve problems in keeping with the strategic plan.
  • Executed strategic plans and directives to fully support NTMA priorities during the deployment.
  • Present the status of key operations and initiatives at strategic planning meetings.
  • Conducted database searches to support strategic planners with current NAVSEA business activities.
  • Worked with the Communications team to drive Internal Strategic Plans, Initiatives, Guiding Principles and Mission.

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12. ACC

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Here's how ACC is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Authored operational and business analysis reports to include organizing, formatting, and assuring accuracy/completeness of the final publications.
  • Developed and implemented Job Qualifications Standard Operating Procedures for Combine Military Planning and Access Strategy and Special Operation Team.
  • Assessed and identified, test support packages, evaluated developmental test/operational test results and revised training plans accordingly.
  • Devised models to share information, increase efficiency, and maintain accurate accountability of service provider responsibilities.
  • Integrate engineering requirements and partnerships them into a comprehensive management plan that assures accomplishment of requirements.
  • Developed internal procedures for accountability to ensure the financial integrity of assets/liabilities and property/inventory.
  • Verified accuracy of training reference materials and edited training references in projects master database.
  • Compared program direction and guidance in management directives, provided analysis to ACC leadership.
  • Ensured accuracy and timeliness of the data/information provided within the context of reports.
  • Develop and revise documentation to communicate the accurate picture to decision makers.
  • Provide gift suggestions for foreign dignitaries taking cultural sensitivities into account.
  • Reviewed and interpreted DoD policy; implemented USAF investigative policy accordingly.
  • Submitted results of coordinated analysis & reported accomplishments as appropriate.
  • Ensured proper and timely accreditation of all engineered solutions.
  • Defined and tracked Campaign effectiveness and adjusted strategies accordingly.
  • Action officer for Command meetings according to established objectives.
  • Screened awards packages for accuracy before board presentation.
  • Organized and maintained accountability of property.
  • Coordinated and collaborated with major subordinate commands to formulate and implement Theater policies, procedures, and accomplish goals and objectives.
  • Utilized Army Fiscal Accounting Operating System (AFCOS) data base and excel spreadsheets for spend plan development and budget execution.

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13. HQ

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Here's how HQ is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Job description: AT/FP Action Officer/Section Chief, Security Forces HQ, AETC.
  • Worked split shifts to maximize contact time with HQ JSO staff.
  • Deployed to USCENTCOM forward HQ as JSO rep.
  • Completed the HQDA Staff Officer Orientation Seminar and Pre-Deployment Leader Development and Education for Sustainment Peace (LDESP) training.
  • Submitted bi-weekly reports on all taskers to all HQs G-4 SACOs and Executive Officers.
  • Represented FORSCOM at numerous meetings & conferences with HQDA and other Major Commands.

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14. Doctrine

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Here's how Doctrine is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided critical recommendations that directly influenced Air Force doctrine, force structure, modernization, and war fighting concepts.
  • Represented the Navy Civil Engineer Corps interests related to existing doctrine, emerging concepts, and ongoing experimentation.
  • Developed doctrine, policy, plans, and needed capabilities ensuring air sovereignty for America.
  • Action officer for O-6 level CONOPs, doctrine, and requirements document review.
  • Coordinate with AMC and other customers to develop doctrine and requirements for the LSE Stryker.

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15. Manpower

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Here's how Manpower is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Analyzed emerging contingencies/ training exercises to evolve/provide guidance/ services to CINC's on filling related manpower personnel and logistics shortfalls.
  • Led manpower review of 12 different career fields in 820th BDG; identified mission critical shortfalls having an impact on readiness.
  • Track status of personnel's orders and entitlements across various databases and manpower tracking systems.
  • Assisted with various OSI taskers relative to budget, allocation, PECs, manpower reporting.

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16. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated Foreign Disclosure programs with various government agencies (Department of Defense, Department of State, Intelligence Community).
  • Tracked manpower requirements for II MEF, Joint Service, and Other Government Agencies (OGA).
  • Coordinated operational proposals with SOCPAC and other government agencies (OGA) as required.

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17. OSD

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Here's how OSD is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Recommended a divestiture of investment in legacy communication systems that netted a savings to OSD of over $50M.
  • Serve as the Protocol Senior Action Officer for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
  • Supported AF/XI by interpreting DITSCAP manual instructions, assisting in C4ISP document reviews for AF and OSD.
  • Provided briefings to senior Navy and OSD leadership at the three-star or equivalent level.
  • Represented OSD on a multi-organizational team that deployed to Afghanistan to investigate an MATV incident.
  • Coordinated with Army, Joint and OSD-level offices to determine resourcing solutions/strategies for validated requirements totaling several hundred million dollars.

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18. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Utilize familiarity of PEO EIS organizational structure and US Army regulations and previous management experience to streamline daily operations.
  • Culminated a 21 year career in medical logistics with the US Army.
  • Deployed Public Affairs Supervisor at US Army Headquarters for Europe and Africa.
  • PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE for the US Army Reserve in the Army Operations Center (AOC).
  • Upgraded 28 systems of various security classifications from Windows Vista to Windows 7 during the US Army Master Gold upgrade.
  • Instructed current Personnel Management Specialists in the use of the new US Army Reserves Personnel Management / Pay system.

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19. Missile

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Here's how Missile is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Reviewed and analyzed strategic and tactical intelligence on regional developments and programs developing mobile missile weapons for chemical and biological weapons.
  • Prepared and conducted gun firings, aircraft detection-to-engagement exercises, and missile firings.
  • Supported the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Program Office of the Missile Defense Agency in the area of modeling and simulation.
  • Provided strategic management and leadership in the development of the National Missile Defense system for U.S Space Command.
  • Supported Aegis BMD system evaluating endo-atmospheric SM-2 Block IV missile intercepts.
  • Co-authored the Joint Early Warning Operator Level handbook used by missile warning operators to assist with performing daily missile warning operations.

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20. Usaf

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Here's how Usaf is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Updated functional area requirements and architectural space authorizations for USAF Reserve Command facilities.
  • Researched, consulted and advised USAFA Superintendent on way ahead for safer more effective obstacle course facilities - ideas were implemented.
  • Developed the USAF EOD Strategic Equipment Reporting Tool enabling all Major Commands to identify deficiencies with assigned equipment.
  • Assisted with distributing over 19 billion (1982) USAF dollars between various closely prioritized programs.
  • Formulated plans that saved over $2 million dollars and reorganized the entire USAF TASS program.
  • Researched and advised USAFA Directorate of Education on possible Learning Management Systems for USAFA.
  • Created Air Force policy document library on internal USAF website.
  • Develop presentations, correspondence, communications, and spreadsheets for subordinate units, other MAJCOMs, PACOM and Headquarters USAF.
  • Attended fact findings meetings to ensure appropriate office(s) from the USAF received tasker.
  • Conducted feasibility study on reinstating .45 ACP pistol cartridge to USAF small arms arsenal.

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21. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Received Department of Navy, Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
  • Lead manager on Medal of Honor recipient visit, annual yearbook, and a visionary 10-year plan for on-board facilities.
  • Result: Awarded Bronze Star Medal, rated Top 1% of Captains.
  • Awarded Joint Achievement Medal for superior performance as an Operations Officer.
  • Awarded 2nd Navy Commendation Medal - Ranked #1 Lieutenant Across All Designators out of 22
  • Awarded Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of successfully serving in a role normally filled by a more senior military officer.

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22. Sharepoint

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Here's how Sharepoint is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Maintained SharePoint and I-Distribute websites with current news, distribution performance reports and to encourage collaboration among stakeholders.
  • Developed SharePoint sites for three separate groups, streamlining communication and collaboration for up to 75 customers.
  • Used the SIPR Portal and Microsoft SharePoint to manage and create documents and reports.
  • Developed, tested and fielded Windows SharePoint, inter-agency communication platform connecting multi-state/federal agencies
  • Served as DTS Approver for G-46 Directorate; manage the G-46 SharePoint site.
  • Coordinate with Garrison Support Group to design and develop improvements and modifications for SharePoint sites to provide better service and functionality.

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23. SME

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Here's how SME is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Analyzed security postures, conducted vulnerability assessments, and synchronized efforts with ground and water transportation for asset security.
  • Produced current and strategic assessments and coordinated them throughout the intelligence community.
  • Worked port/protocol and risk assessment/mitigation document issues with the network test engineers.
  • Produced intelligence community vetted Intelligence Gain/Loss assessments for special IO targeting.
  • Conducted intelligence and vulnerability assessments to Guatemalan Maritime SOF units.
  • Compiled assessment reports regarding each student.
  • Team Leader for Logistics Status Review Team - conduct worldwide assessments to evaluate Army Material Command logistics support to Tactical Army.
  • Conduct formal classes covering Marine Corps policies on hazing, fraternization, Equal Opportunity, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment.
  • Led a vehicle checkpoint assessment during an exercise which involved the integration of three new systems into vehicle stopping scenarios.
  • Managed USSOCOM's assessments in the Joint Staff's Core Vulnerability Assessment Management Program (CVAMP).
  • Analyzed unit status report data and prepared assessments of units that were selected for sourcing.
  • Supported USSTRATCOM training in the execution of Command CJCS Staff Assessment Visit training events.
  • Provided assessment on a possible Army Acquisition Objective increase for the UH-72A Lakota program.
  • Provide logistics assessments in support of a fleet of 360 helicopters (fielded).
  • Assisted in the small arms Capability Based Assessment, for Congressional review.
  • Provided assessment of space requirements and planning procedures for the command.
  • Prepared briefings, assessments, and intelligence reports to Commander USTRANSCOM.
  • Led vulnerability assessments for 18 Iraqi Police Academies.
  • Project Management: Composed and designed a department-wide internal assessment survey which evaluated employee perceptions regarding their workspace and job satisfaction.
  • Assist Program Executive with agency-level assessment of management systems addressing issues related to policy, mission and workload lifecycle.

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24. Centcom

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Here's how Centcom is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated and prepared CENTCOM command positions Unified Command Plan, National Security Strategy and National Military Strategy.
  • Conducted weekly briefs on progression to the CentcomCommander and key staff including J2/J3/J5.
  • Author and staff contractual agreements between USCENTCOM and thirty-fives coalition partner nations.
  • Provisioned SAR/GAR/RFS documentation to CENTCOM, NETCOM and DISA.
  • United States Navy - (US Central Command) CENTCOM Legal Office 7115 S. Boundary Blvd MacDill AFB, FL [ ]

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25. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Offered Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint support to all users.
  • Develop and present curriculum for client seminars using Lecture, Handouts and PowerPoint.
  • Prepared daily PowerPoint presentation for Senior Level leadership at Army Logistics Command.
  • Created PowerPoint courses and training material for Joint training of the Afghani National Army.
  • Created Viso diagram, PowerPoint product, and white paper.

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26. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Led the Joint Staff efforts in formulating NATO's contingency plans for Europe and Iraq in the War on Terrorism.
  • Managed the online anti-terrorism training program and coordinated, organized, and set up arrangements for conferences and seminar workshops.
  • Operated the Ship's Self Defense Systems and managed the ship's Anti-terrorism measures and security employment.
  • Served as trainer for the Army Anti-terrorism and Force Protection programs.
  • Authored and implemented local policies, force protection, antiterrorism and Integrated Defense instructions to maximize organization performance.
  • Performed duties of Antiterrorism Officer (ATO), conducted AT Risk Management for USSOCOM and USSOCOM Components.
  • Developed policies, procedures and methods to measure the success of the command's antiterrorism program.

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27. Operational Requirements

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Here's how Operational Requirements is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Defined and documented system/operational requirements.
  • Harmonized operational requirements and overarching policy for big and small UAS programs and assessed utility of UAS concepts.
  • Experience in analyzing GDU-R capabilities between hardware and software, operational requirements and characteristics of overall system.
  • Provide logistics expertise to resolve logistical issues associated with operational requirements.

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28. Management System

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Here's how Management System is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Prepared lateral transfers of equipment used in fielding Universal Site Artifacts Management System (USAMS) to all activities.
  • Used Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) contract management system for programs.

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29. Cyber

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Here's how Cyber is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided analysis and advice to USCYBERCOM personnel on DISA operations.
  • Provided direct liaison between USCYBERCOM's Joint Operations Center (JOC) and DISA's Command Center (DCC).
  • Orchestrated the initial installation and employment of real-time network visualization capabilities to prove enhanced concepts of cyber network operations and protections.
  • Exercised operational control of subordinate commands and assigned forces to execute cyber, electronic warfare, information operations and SIGINT capabilities
  • Conducted cyber battle damage assessments to determine mission effectiveness.
  • Managed Staff Actions for Army Cyber Command G3 that enabled command to influence Cyber Policy and Regulations affecting the Army networks.
  • influenced the development of cyber protection recommendations spanning the full lifecycle of Navy systems to mitigate cyber vulnerabilities.

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30. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Manage daily operations and ensure compliance with Air Force directives on organization procedures.
  • Analyzed sensitive submarine operations to ensure compliance with safety requirements.
  • Researched and answered questions concerning promotion eligibility to ensure compliance with the law and organizational policies and recommended appropriate action.
  • Coordinated with staff sections and evaluated documents to assign tasks in a timely manner to ensure compliance with higher headquarters guidance.
  • Summarized guidance & taskings with follow up to ensure compliance.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate operating procedures to ensure compliance with Federal and States policies and laws.

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31. NSA

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Here's how NSA is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • INPUT BUDGET TRANSACTIONS for appropriations, projects, allowances and operating plans, as well as all non-procurement activity.
  • Received and NSA STAR recognition award for excellence.
  • Coordinated daily with the Service Cryptologic Elements and NSA offices on national intelligence matters.

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32. State Department

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Here's how State Department is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided over 200 responses to requests for information from senior decision makers including Congress, State Department and senior Navy officials.
  • Interfaced weekly with US state department ambassadors and leadership for US Strategic Communications strategy and national messaging for Iraq and Afghanistan.

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33. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Brigade Operations as supervisor of 13 staff members to ensure compliance with administrative policies and procedures.
  • Supervised 10-15 professional and paraprofessional staff members.
  • Assisted with Security/Manpower team to protect $3.3M in assets and 214 medical staff members.
  • Resolved any issues between staff members, or youth and Detention Staff.
  • Managed business operations for an organization that consisted of four independent sections, while overseeing 22 staff members.
  • Manage daily workload that includes assigning jobs to staff members.

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34. Situational Awareness

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Here's how Situational Awareness is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Required to maintain situational awareness, track and consolidate domestic and international civil support and disaster operations involving Army resources.
  • Integrated policies and procedures for the purpose of improving the situational awareness of activities affecting key operations.
  • Provided situational awareness to the National Guard joint staff.
  • Provided morning briefs to senior leadership for situational awareness of electronic spillages status.
  • Support the Joint Operation Center by providing situational awareness and display capabilities for daily briefings.
  • Performed duties as the COP Manager for the GCCS-J interfaces, and provide custom operational pictures to provide enhanced situational awareness.

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35. CNO

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Here's how CNO is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Researched various studies, aggregate data, and develop talking points in support of CNO's energy goals.
  • Planned and executed the Chief of Naval Operation's (CNO) change of office ceremony.
  • Received personal acknowledgement from CNO and Secretary of Navy for the highly visible event.
  • Project Manager for CNO's Warfighting First - Administrative Distraction Reduction program.

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36. VIP

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Here's how VIP is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Served as Southern Command VIP visit project lead officer for senior level military and embassy officials for both US and foreign.
  • Coordinated VIP tours of the NCR-IADS mission to maximize the ARNG leadership's visibility of Operation Noble Eagle.
  • Coordinate, track, and provide guidance on protocol matters relating to official and social VIP visits.
  • Coordinated, researched, and presented unclassified briefings to VIPs and other dignitarieswho toured the AOC-CAT.

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37. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Implement and manage standard operating procedures utilizing the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) standards for service management.
  • Leverage Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) tools (BMC Remedy) to support the Enterprise Service Operations Management Processes.
  • Plan and develop information systems architecture; engineer, integrate, and maintain communication capabilities and information technology.
  • Established Information Technology security plans, conducted risk and vulnerability assessments, and promoted Information Technology security awareness.
  • Provided information technology support and managed an electronic repair facility in Germany and Iraq Central Command Operational area.
  • Maintained currency in the appropriate developments of customer related information technology and provided recommendations for solving problems.

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38. New Equipment Training

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Here's how New Equipment Training is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Plan New Equipment Training missions based on the systems and software being fielded to Active Army and Reserve Components.

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39. Operational Support

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Here's how Operational Support is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Provided administrative and operational support and expertise within all areas of the Mobilization Operation Center.
  • Directed appropriate maintenance actions and operational support of local site infrastructure and all Wide Area Network (WAN) connections.
  • Defined budget and operational support for Adversary targeting software Maintained multi-level computer systems for 100+ users.

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40. Disa

low Demand
Here's how Disa is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Supervised controllers and directed resources during aircraft emergencies, natural disasters and contingencies.
  • Ensured coordination of disaster mobilization and other emergency plans for V Corps communities.
  • Team Leader; served as Crisis Action Team decision maker for personnel and equipment engaged in wartime and disaster relief operations.
  • Developed detailed state plans for all 50 states and territories to use for natural and man-made disasters.
  • Informed DynCorp Liaison in Washington, D.C. of all security clearance approvals and disapproval's.
  • Informed all Regional and Office managers of all security clearance approvals and disapproval's.
  • Processed over 360+ separations and retirements case for disabled Air Force members.
  • Coordinated responses and submitted operational reports to higher headquarters for aircraft emergencies, multi-class mishaps, operational deployments and disaster response.
  • Total time in the Interagency Coordination, worked with over 30 natural disasters and state emergencies.

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41. Staff Actions

low Demand
Here's how Staff Actions is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Researched and analyzed training needs and deficiencies for organization-wide correspondence and staff actions.
  • Provided training to administrative personnel on staff actions and timekeeping procedures.
  • Reviewed and evaluated staff actions for overall quality.
  • Executed staff actions to support a diverse team to identify and scope analytic Requests for Support (RFS's).
  • Coordinated, tracked, and reviewed staff actions, official correspondence, command tasks, policy letters and directives.
  • Develop and implement plans, policies, and procedures for managing staff actions, projects, and activities.
  • Analyze requests and assign incoming staff actions to the appropriate staff elements.
  • Researched and analyzed training needs and deficiencies in MACOM-wide correspondence and staff actions submitted for command group approval/signature.
  • Researched and analyzed training needs and deficiencies in MACOM-widecorrespondence and staff actions submitted for command groupapproval/signature.

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42. General Officer

low Demand
Here's how General Officer is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Briefed decision-makers at the colonel and general officer levels.
  • Earned the trust and respect of six General Officers with top scores for judgment, intelligence, and exemplary character.
  • Prepared eight read ahead desk side briefings for deploying General Officers (3 Mo).
  • Prepared numerous white papers, briefs, and presentations for General Officers.
  • Coordinated and prepared ARNG General Officers to attend related meetings.
  • Prepared/presented briefings and reports to a multiservice General Officer Joint Actions Steering Committee.
  • Conduct daily classified close-out informational briefings to the director of the operations directorate (General Officer).

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43. DIA

low Demand
Here's how DIA is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Answered hundreds of media queries and facilitated major media interviews with national and international media.
  • Provided staff oversight of brigade media relations and community relations efforts at subordinate battalions.
  • Impacted media opportunities and media relations.
  • Responded to information requests from the media, key officials and public on the brigade programs in written and oral forms.
  • Maintained a circuit history file program, created detailed circuit and network diagrams, and quick reference circuit data cards.
  • Reviewed and analyzed DIA, DOS, and USEUCOM threat assessment data to facilities and personnel within the USEUCOM AOR.
  • Maintained media production to include web based material, social media content, print, video and still images.
  • Completed Post Graduate Intelligence Program at DIA and received Masters of Science in Strategic Intelligence.
  • Trained USAF generals and top leaders in media relations and interview techniques.
  • Update the DIACAP Implementation Plan (DIP) for the BUMED.
  • Coordinated and arranged multiple overseas regional engagements and media availabilities.
  • Brainstorm ideas and contribute to Social Media presence in various forums including Facebook, Twitter, and Flipboard.
  • Created PAO media database, revamped AF media training pgm and improved guidance on engaging the media.
  • Bridged communications between Pacific Fleet Current Operations and its Commander for release to general public and media.
  • Engaged the Pentagon Press Corps and other National and International Media.

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44. Forscom

low Demand
Here's how Forscom is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Participate in development of training materials for Performance Triad Pilots to be delivered to FORSCOM units.
  • Major Command: FORSCOM/First Army.

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45. C2

low Demand
Here's how C2 is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Directed implementation of over 350 enhancements to critical NC2 infrastructure.
  • Ensured compliance with directives and evaluated 17 personnel in critical nuclear command and control (NC2) billets.
  • Led EA team to over 15 flawless world-wide national level NC2 exercises.
  • Chaired 65 member NC2 working group.
  • Evaluated three COCOMs in NC2 operations validating their capability to implement Presidential direction.
  • Defined technical support requirements, coordinated tasks, developed technical documentation and maintained reference materials on C2 training.

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46. Socom

low Demand
Here's how Socom is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Collaborated with the Joint Psychological Support Element (JPSE), USSOCOM for support to SOF units and deployments.
  • Established SOCOM's Joint Information Support Command National Capital Region Office in 2004
  • Performed as functional Action Officer for USSOCOM Commander's daily intelligence briefs.
  • Staff Officer is SOCOM-Washington Office.

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48. Joint Operations

low Demand
Here's how Joint Operations is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Served as Watch Officer in a Joint Operations Center (JOC).
  • Officer in Charge (OIC) of the Joint Operations Center (JOC) co-located with the senior Afghan Officers.
  • Conducted multiple joint operations with the Iraqi Army to integrate combat assets to support the local forces.

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49. Coop

low Demand
Here's how Coop is used in Action Officer jobs:
  • Contributed to the development of theater strategy, campaign plans, contingency operations, and theater security cooperation activities.
  • Drafted high level notifications to Security Cooperation Offices.
  • Lead intelligence planner for EAGLE RESOLVE-06, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) exercise.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Action Officer

Military Personnel17.5%
Commander15.3%
Policy Guidance9.3%
Combat6.2%
DOD6%
Logistics5.8%
Joint Staff4.8%
Subject Matter4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Action Officer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
13.8%
13.8%
2
2
Commander
Commander
12.1%
12.1%
3
3
Policy Guidance
Policy Guidance
7.4%
7.4%
4
4
Combat
Combat
4.9%
4.9%
5
5
DOD
DOD
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
Logistics
Logistics
4.5%
4.5%
7
7
Joint Staff
Joint Staff
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
Subject Matter
Subject Matter
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Direct Support
Direct Support
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Technical Assistance
Technical Assistance
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
ACC
ACC
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
HQ
HQ
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Doctrine
Doctrine
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Manpower
Manpower
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Government Agencies
Government Agencies
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
OSD
OSD
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
US Army
US Army
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Missile
Missile
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Usaf
Usaf
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Medal
Medal
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Sharepoint
Sharepoint
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
SME
SME
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Centcom
Centcom
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1%
1%
26
26
Terrorism
Terrorism
1%
1%
27
27
Operational Requirements
Operational Requirements
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Management System
Management System
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Cyber
Cyber
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
NSA
NSA
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
State Department
State Department
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Situational Awareness
Situational Awareness
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
CNO
CNO
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
VIP
VIP
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Information Technology
Information Technology
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
New Equipment Training
New Equipment Training
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Operational Support
Operational Support
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Disa
Disa
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Staff Actions
Staff Actions
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
General Officer
General Officer
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
DIA
DIA
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Forscom
Forscom
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
C2
C2
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Socom
Socom
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Naval Operations
Naval Operations
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Joint Operations
Joint Operations
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Coop
Coop
0.5%
0.5%

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