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Top 50 Electronic Warfare Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Electronic Warfare Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electronic Warfare Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.6% of Electronic Warfare Specialist resumes contained Personnel Files as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Electronic Warfare Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Electronic Warfare Specialist

1. Personnel Files
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2. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Received and implemented combat orders in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Review combat engineer publications for accuracy/applicability to SANG use.
  • Planned and executed increasingly complex electronic warfare missions to augment ground combat missions to ensure their safety and success.
  • Use physiological operations and deceptive lighting counter measures for the prevention, deterrence, and response to combatant activity.
  • Organized briefings on the role Electronic Warfare (EW) plays in combat to all levels of leadership.
  • Enhanced the unit combat readiness by 40%; trained over 30 Soldiers through realistic Sergeants Time Training.
  • Experience in Iraq or Afghanistan and/or experience as an Observer/Controller at a U.S. Army Combat Training Center.
  • Provided professional care to 130 Marines, ensuring they were medically ready to complete combat missions overseas.
  • Fort Riley Kansas as special duty assignment to Combat Simulation 1st Infantry Division European Theater.
  • Maintained and updated sensitive Counter R-CIED equipment throughout area of responsibility in a combat zone.
  • Tracked over 70 combat logistics patrols supporting 3500 personnel on three forward operating bases.
  • Earned and displayed the knowledge required to obtain my Combat Warfare Specialist Pin.
  • Fulfilled a range of EXW Specialist duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
  • Managed air combat training programs and student flight records.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Tracked Flight Hour Program for a Combat Aviation Brigade.
  • Participated in over 215 combat missions worldwide.
  • Provided advanced training, maintenance, and support for assigned communications equipment for Route Clearance/Combat Engineer Company.
  • Qualified as advanced firefighter, expert lookout, and small boat coxswain Qualified in combat diving.
  • Camp Lejeune, NC (May 2010 - June 2012) Served alongside Marines in combat and garrison operations.

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3. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Managed over 400 critical personnel security clearances.
  • Obtained Secret Military Security Clearance.
  • Received Secret security clearance as a requirement to work on EWS equipment.
  • Received a Department of Defense Top Secret Level clearance.
  • Acquired top-secret security clearance as result of background check.
  • Awarded secret clearance to handle classified equipment and documents.
  • Top secret/specially compartmented information clearance.
  • Coordinated with lateral and higher echelon agencies in order to provide route clearance and multiplatform jamming missions.

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4. US Navy
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Here's how US Navy is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Deployed in two real-world deployments, supporting the US Navy in Electronic Warfare during the Iraqi War.

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5. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Used blueprints and schematics to reveal install/removal procedures and proper operation.
  • Developed and executed EW policies and procedures for supported organizations.
  • Directed operation and modification of standard operating procedures.
  • Inspect rigging procedures to ensure safety and reliability.
  • Trained 23 maintenance department personnel in jet engine turn up procedures and qualifications on the U.S. Navy F/A-18C Strike Fighter aircraft.
  • Introduced Electronic Threats for targeting and assist the Rotational Unit and NTC Staff with Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures.
  • Provided training, evaluation, and improvement plan implementation for Surface Warfare technical casualty control procedures for MCM class ships.
  • Acquired experience in data entry, electronic device use, information analysis & handling, and in security procedures.
  • Directed required Department of Defense inspections of equipment, personnel, and procedures to conform to Department wide regulations.
  • Supervised and trained numerous personnel in proper operation and safe maintenance procedures for over 200 different types of equipment.
  • Trained the Fire support platoon in RTO procedures which resulted in the highest communications scores in the Brigade.
  • Trained the force in Electronic Warfare Doctrine, improvised explosive device counter measures, and troop training procedures.
  • Coordinated and trained other departments in IDS procedures in order to obtain high ratings on organizational Inspections.
  • Instructed personnel on new or revised radar operation, employment and repair procedures.
  • Assisted in fire and medical training as well as egress procedures.
  • Supervised 4 junior corpsmen and provided training for medical procedures.
  • Instructed personnel on current procedures and law enforcement tactics.
  • Created standardizes processes and procedures.
  • Developed standard operating procedures used throughout the Battalion for the safe use of THORIIIs and DUKE V3s.
  • United States Army - World wide Directed logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.

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6. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Received 2 Navy and Marine Corps medals and a Fleet letter of accommodation from an Admiral.
  • Awarded the Air Force Achievement Award and three Air Force Commendation Medals.
  • Awarded three Army Achievement Medals and the Joint Service Achievement Medal.
  • Achieved Armed Forces Expeditionary Forces Medal for Operation Ernest Will.
  • United States Navy Good Conduct Medal, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.

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7. Test Equipment
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Here's how Test Equipment is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Qualified in performing or supervising functions such as analyzing and isolating integrated avionics systems malfunctions and using test equipment.
  • Test on-aircraft instruments for accuracy using electronic and electrical test equipment.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions using technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, integrated test systems and other test equipment.
  • Aligned, calibrated, and modified avionics test equipment, SE, and aircraft components.
  • Trained and supervised other personnel on test equipment, systems, test stations and calibration.
  • Managed lab schedules for test equipment calibration.
  • Test Equipment Calibration Monitor for shop.
  • Trained in Basic Radio Frequency principles Operated a variety of standard test equipment, and RF test equipment.
  • Utilized digital multi-meters, signal generators, spectrum analyzers and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE).

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8. Electromagnetic Spectrum
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Here's how Electromagnetic Spectrum is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Utilized electromagnetic energy to determine, exploit, reduce or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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9. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Ensured accountability of Electronic Warfare Equipment and Systems allowing commanders' property books to be accurate and up to date.
  • Briefed supervisors and commanders on mission readiness, training, and electronic warfare equipment status.
  • Achieved Letter of Commendation from base commander for volunteer effort with local schools.
  • Directed unit EW training and provided technical advice and assistance to commanders.
  • Team Company Commander (In charge of 80 men in a company for 7 different company's)
  • Provided Advance E.O.D training to KNG company/platoon and E.O.D Company Commander.

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10. Electronic Counter Measures
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11. Troubleshot
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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Repaired, troubleshot, and maintained integrated electronic Radar Warning Receivers (RWR) and enemy Radar Jamming and Deception systems.

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12. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Received honorable discharge after four years of service.
  • Finished my contract with an honorable discharge.
  • Rank at honorable discharge: E4.
  • Staff Sergeant - Honorable Discharge.
  • Top Secret Security Clearance Successfully completed Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Training Course Honorable Discharge

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13. Flight Line
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Here's how Flight Line is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Flight line experience with TRW photo reconnaissance, radar telemetry, electronic warfare and ELINT drones and Lockheed Martin C-130 aircraft.
  • Flight line maintenance and in shop repair of the F4E AN/ALR-46 Radar Warning Receiver and AN/ALE-40 Chaff and Flare dispenser system.
  • Supervised flight line and in shop crews to maintain 96% operational status on 78 aircraft.
  • Migrated to flight line repair of aircraft including wiring and cockpit display systems.
  • Flight line Avionics maintenance on Pave Hawk Helicopters and C130 aircraft.
  • Flight line maintenance on OV-10 Broncos.
  • Flight line maintenance on RF-4C's.
  • Flight line troubleshooting and repair of electronic countermeasures equipment.
  • Top Secret Clearance) Electronics Technician - RF4-C in shop Flight Line Technician - B-52 Bomber

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14. Electronic Attack
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Here's how Electronic Attack is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Monitored and supported the three major subdivisions within electronic warfare: electronic attack, electronic protection, and electronic warfare.
  • Controlled ground and air electronic attack assets simultaneously in support of several air assault missions during deployment.
  • Planned electronic attacks to disrupt enemy communications systems.
  • Controlled Electronic Attack assets for a combined 400 hours of missions resulting in zero Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device incidents.

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15. RF
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Here's how RF is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted communications section in protecting networks from outside interference by utilizing different signal masking and electronic protection theories.
  • Performed airborne maintenance for mission essential equipment, both electronic and mechanical.
  • Operated maintained and planed electronic warfare operations in hostile environment.
  • Performed component level maintenance on AN/ALQ 119 & 184 self-protection jamming pods utilizing ATE alignment and troubleshooting systems.
  • Supervised and trained team of up to 4 technicians supporting $50M in high-tech electronic warfare/intercept systems.
  • Led the development and implementation of electronic warfare systems training programs for over 121 personnel.
  • Coordinated with Intelligence section to analyze and use RF signals to enhance SIGINT collections.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for a variety of aircraft valued over $2.7B.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on F-4, and A-10 aircraft EW Systems.
  • Saved over $485K in replacements costs by troubleshooting and repairing airflow equipment.
  • Performed maintenance repairs and tests of all analog and digital circuits.
  • Required to perform my naval duties 2 days per month.
  • Implemented a new system for battle tracking Electronic Warfare systems.
  • Performed strenuous and physically demanding jobs under high duress.
  • Maintained RF equipment on SR-71 and U-2/TR-1 aircraft.
  • Performed power plant operations and drills.
  • Received/validated/answered/delegated all incoming/outgoing exercise RFIs.
  • Top Secret clearance -Performed repair and maintenance on electronic equipment essential for protection of aircraft and monitoring transmissions.
  • Performed system analysis and component level repair on space collection and military simulator systems.
  • Served at Anti-Submarine Warfare Operations Centers (ASWOCs) located in Misawa, Japan and Rota, Spain.

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16. Component Level
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Here's how Component Level is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained and repaired avionics/electronics systems at the component level.
  • Conducted in-shop repairs down to component level and installation on the aircraft.
  • Repaired to subsystem and component level.
  • Key points: College Equivalent to 2 Year AS Degree in Electronics Component Level Field Repair

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17. Troubleshoot
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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised and trained installation, checkout/troubleshooting crews of up to 4 airmen for operational missions and mobility exercises.
  • Provided troubleshooting and maintenance of complex radar jamming equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting and component-level repair of all peripheral hardware devices when on the ground.
  • Attended Cargo Weapons Elevator School * Maintain and Troubleshoot Basic Hydraulics
  • Remove, troubleshoot, repair and replace electronic warfare systems.
  • Assisted Comm/NAV personnel in troubleshooting search radar and Doppler.
  • Joined Security Service Special Forces to expand my electronic troubleshooting abilities for multiple modalities.

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18. Support Equipment
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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Commended for overhauling an ineffective Preventive Maintenance Inspection program and implemented changes that enhanced the availability of support equipment.
  • Installed and preformed maintenance on all avionic systems and support equipment on the Rivet Joint using schematics, and wiring diagrams.
  • Maintain, repair, calibrate and test all relative support equipment.
  • Performed off-equipment maintenance on selected avionics LRUs and maintained unique support equipment.
  • Maintained PMCS and ground support equipment; plane captain for A-6, A-7 ,FA-18, Cobra, and Apache aircraft.

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19. Hostile USE
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20. Frequency Counters
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Here's how Frequency Counters is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Used multiple types of test equipment to perform duties such as Frequency counters, multimeters, signal generators, power meters.

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21. NCO
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Here's how NCO is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Provided orientation training for incoming personnel.
  • Filled role as FECC NCOIC for first month of deployment; ensured accountability of equipment and supervised initial setup of operations.
  • Presided over the daily office correspondence both for the incoming and outgoing communications.
  • Attended NCO Academy Supervisor School.
  • Graduated NCO leadership school- selected for several special equipment test programs to work the bugs out of new test equipment.
  • Target Concord, NH 2006 - 2008 Human Resources Performed customer service, store updates, and call directory.
  • Distinguished Graduate, Noncommissioned Officer Preparatory Course, March, 1989

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22. A-10
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Here's how A-10 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Bench repair of electronic warfare receivers and transmitters on B-52 and A-10 airplanes.
  • Worked as an EW technician on B-52's and A-10 aircraft

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23. Ribbon
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Here's how Ribbon is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Received two ARCOM ribbons and two AAM ribbons for completed tasking while on duty in Berlin, Germany.
  • Served five years and received Navy good conduct ribbon.

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24. Electronic Equipment
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25. Terrorism
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Here's how Terrorism is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Gained proficiency and experience in: first-responder/investigations, police patrol, search and seizures, security/surveillance operation and counter-terrorism strategies.

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26. Esws
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Here's how Esws is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Earned the Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS) distinction in 1998.
  • Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS) lead for Navigation Department.
  • Instructed over 120 sailors in achieving they're ESWS qualification as Navigation's lead ESWS instructor

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27. Electronic Support
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Here's how Electronic Support is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Maintain, repair, & operate electronic support and countermeasures systems in the Electronic Warfare field.

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28. Warfare
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Here's how Warfare is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Operated communication equipment, including radio receivers and special typewriters for signal intelligence and electronic warfare reporting and coordination.
  • Created and established enhanced on-the-job training programs for new Electronic Warfare personnel graduating from technical training.
  • Instructed, operated, and maintained electronic warfare weapons and airborne communication systems.
  • Recommended and requested both Electronic Warfare assets and countermeasures to ensure missions success.
  • Developed Electronic Warfare input to Targeting Products and participates in Targeting meetings
  • Recognized lead Electronic Warfare specialist on numerous Special Access Programs.
  • Repaired electronic warfare equipment installed on B-52G aircraft.
  • Surface and Aviation Warfare Qualification Specialist.
  • Maintained and repaired electronic warfare equipment.
  • Re-qualified Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist.
  • Managed the maintenance and repairs of Electronic Warfare Systems to ensure all equipment functioned at the highest safety and performance standards.
  • Conducted field tests for new warfare tactics resulting in revision of existing tactical publications.
  • Designated as full system Enlisted Air Warfare Specialist qualifier and instructor.
  • Prepared and coordinated the Electronic Warfare appendix to the operations order.
  • Supervised the training and daily operations of five subordinate Electronic Warfare NCOs in two battalions consisting of 1500 personnel.
  • awarded for demonstrating an expert level of knowledge in all areas of surface warfare at a sea command.
  • Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist Issued three awards for outstanding professional performance.
  • Maintained and assisted in developing the Electronic Warfare Staff Estimate.
  • Completed 1228 Hours United States Air Force Training Course [ ] ELECTRONIC WARFARE STSTEMS SPECIALIST // AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS
  • Performed maintenance on Electronic Warfare Systems on B-52 aircraft * Deployed overseas during Operation Desert Storm * Honorably Discharged

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29. Signal Generators
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Here's how Signal Generators is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Operated RF HP Spectrum Analyzers and signal Generators.

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30. F-15
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Here's how F-15 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Performed component level troubleshooting of electronic counter measures (ECM) units on B-52, A-10, and F-15 aircraft.
  • Repair and maintenance of electronic warfare equipment on the F-4 and F-15 fighter jets

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31. SEA Service Deployment
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32. Usaf
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Here's how Usaf is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Managed USAF OJT 3 Level to 5 Level Upgrade maintenance training program.

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33. Technical Support
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34. DOD
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Here's how DOD is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Enforce National, DoD, Joint and Air Force information protection operations security policies and directives.

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35. F-16
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Here's how F-16 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Work Description: A-10, F-4G, F-16 and F-4E, and many other aircraft.
  • Conducted checkout of countermeasure systems and related equipment on F-16 and C-130 aircrafts.

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36. F-4
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Here's how F-4 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Bench technician on avionics radar homing and warning systems used on F-4E aircraft.
  • Supported ALT28/ALQ155 (B52), ALQ125 (RF-4C TEREC), systems globally.
  • Deployed to Red Flag with some of our RF-4C's for training.

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37. Proper USE
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Here's how Proper USE is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Provided training advice and supervision regarding the proper use and maintenance procedures for CBRN equipment and operations.
  • Trained and supervised personnel in proper use of shipboard crane and winches.
  • Instructed in the proper use and care of technical material.

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38. Technical Advice
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39. Proper Operation
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40. IED
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Here's how IED is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Repaired, tested, calibrated and performed preventative maintenance on classified electronic warfare equipment for F-111D aircraft.
  • Analyzed and verified technical publications for maintenance troubleshooting actions and repair procedures.
  • Modified avionics systems according to technical publications.
  • Prepared classified documents for destruction.
  • Documented and processed classified materials.
  • Manage and operate company inventory of Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Electronic Warfare (CREW) equipment.
  • Qualified Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist a high Supply Officer responsible for over ordering and maintaining over $1,000,000.00 of equipment.
  • Review and process classified material for the certification of personal to be able to have access to the installation.
  • Identified, diagnosed, and performed board level repairs on CVRJ and Thor systems in ELM shop.
  • Performed work that was sensitive and classified in nature, holding a Top Secret security clearance.
  • Develop and maintain expert level understanding of C-IED principles and fundamentals and IED-D Drills.
  • Tutored, instructed, and qualified more than 130 sailors in warfare qualifications.
  • Conducted extensive bench check tests on classified equipment and identified source of failures.
  • Handled the destruction of all sensitive equipment and classified material as necessary.
  • Studied the Korean language at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center.
  • Served as custodian, processing classified documents.
  • Performed IT support along with updating all classified equipment with current threat load software and firmware for use in CREW systems.
  • Selected by the brigade OIC over three other EWOs to train at FT BRAGG for unified Endeavor 11-3.
  • Received Meritorious Promotion for graduating first in class with 98 percent Collection of classified raw data.
  • Qualified Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist".

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41. S2
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Here's how S2 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted and coordinated with the S2 on Electronic Preparation of the Battlefield (EPB).

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42. C-130
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Here's how C-130 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted comprehensive diagnostic, end to end testing, of all Electronic Warfare systems on C-130's and MH-53's.
  • Maintained 15 Electronic Warfare systems installed on over 30 MC-130H, AC-130H/U, MH-53J/M, and C-130E aircraft.
  • Maintained B-52H, U-2S and C-130E Defensive Systems, Avionics/Integrated Avionics, Intelligence Gathering Systems.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting of these systems on C-130, C-141 and C-5 aircraft.
  • Installed and tested chaff (RR-149 A/AL) and flares systems for the C-130 aircraft.

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44. Military Operations
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Here's how Military Operations is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Report military movement in area to headquarters and initiate threat missions to disrupt military operations.
  • Deploy and setup vehicles and tools used for disrupting military operations.
  • Intercepted Chinese military communications and deciphered collected intelligence Tracked and charted foreign military operations Learned valuable leadership and teaming skills Honorable Discharge

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Here's how SCI is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Experienced with oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, voltmeters and all manner of general and specialized electronic test equipment.
  • Provided counseling and corrective action plans for multiple individuals through formalized disciplinary policies.
  • Reviewed infractions and other adverse actions and made disciplinary recommendations to superiors.
  • TOP SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE, SCI/TK Accomplishments Commendation: Federal Bureau of Investigation Certificate of Service in the Public Interest
  • Delivered electronic and RF support to operations, engineers and scientists in the development and testing of CIED technologies.
  • Test and troubleshoot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters.
  • Received and Maintained a Top Secret SCI clearance.
  • Maintained a Top Secret/SCI/TK Security Clearance.
  • Calibrated and repaired precision electronic equipment, Oscilloscopes, Voltmeters, Signal Generators, Time Domain Reflectomers and Frequency Counters.
  • Air Force Good conduct Medal.Secret,Top Secret with Sci clearance.

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47. Communications Equipment
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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Surveyed and analyzed terrain to determine optimum communications equipment placement and use.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment.

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49. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Removed and replaced assembly components using hand tools, soldering devices and electronic instruments.
  • Assemble components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools or soldering irons.

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50. E-6
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Here's how E-6 is used in Electronic Warfare Specialist jobs:
  • Promoted to E-6 within 7 years.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Electronic Warfare Specialist

Personnel Files

14.6%

Combat

9.4%

Clearance

9.4%

US Navy

8.9%

Procedures

8.5%

Medal

5.7%

Test Equipment

5.3%

Electromagnetic Spectrum

4.2%

Commander

3.6%

Electronic Counter Measures

3.3%

Troubleshot

3.3%

Honorable Discharge

3.2%

Flight Line

3.1%

Electronic Attack

2.9%

RF

2.6%

Component Level

2.6%

Troubleshoot

2.5%

Support Equipment

2.5%

Hostile USE

2.4%

Frequency Counters

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electronic Warfare Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Personnel Files 10.6%
2 Combat 6.9%
3 Clearance 6.9%
4 US Navy 6.5%
5 Procedures 6.2%
6 Medal 4.1%
7 Test Equipment 3.8%
8 Electromagnetic Spectrum 3.0%
9 Commander 2.6%
10 Electronic Counter Measures 2.4%
11 Troubleshot 2.4%
12 Honorable Discharge 2.3%
13 Flight Line 2.2%
14 Electronic Attack 2.1%
15 RF 1.9%
16 Component Level 1.9%
17 Troubleshoot 1.8%
18 Support Equipment 1.8%
19 Hostile USE 1.7%
20 Frequency Counters 1.5%
21 NCO 1.5%
22 A-10 1.4%
23 Ribbon 1.4%
24 Electronic Equipment 1.3%
25 Terrorism 1.2%
26 Esws 1.2%
27 Electronic Support 1.2%
28 Warfare 1.1%
29 Signal Generators 1.1%
30 F-15 1.0%
31 SEA Service Deployment 1.0%
32 Usaf 1.0%
33 Technical Support 1.0%
34 DOD 0.8%
35 F-16 0.8%
36 F-4 0.8%
37 Proper USE 0.8%
38 Technical Advice 0.7%
39 Proper Operation 0.7%
40 IED 0.7%
41 S2 0.6%
42 C-130 0.6%
43 HF 0.6%
44 Military Operations 0.6%
45 SCI 0.6%
46 US Army 0.6%
47 Communications Equipment 0.6%
48 Powerpoint 0.6%
49 Hand Tools 0.6%
50 E-6 0.6%
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