Top Field Artillery Radar Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Field Artillery Radar Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Field Artillery Radar Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 25.9% of Field Artillery Radar Operator resumes contained Combat as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Field Artillery Radar Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Field Artillery Radar Operator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Combat

high Demand
Here's how Combat is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Performed counter battery operations in combat and Training environments.
  • Direct Marines into combat operations, developing protocols for standard operating procedures in the radar field.
  • Learned CLS (Combat Life Saver) course.
  • Field Artillery Counterfire Radar Operator with 4 years leadership experience, 15 months of that time being under combat conditions.
  • Trained, maintained, and supervised soldiers in the combat operation of firefinder mortar locating radars.
  • Radio and wire communications Construct Bunkers Longitude and latitude studies Physical Training Field Tactics and combat communications

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2. Security Clearance

high Demand
Here's how Security Clearance is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Received a secret security clearance.
  • Maintained a Secret security clearance.

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3. Technical Guidance

high Demand
Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Provided technical guidance to lower-grade Soldiers.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower grade soldiers.
  • Provided leadership and technical guidance to lower grade personnel Supervised and performed unit level maintenance on electronic and manual meteorology equipment.

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4. Tpq-36

average Demand
Here's how Tpq-36 is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Upgrade class for AN/TPQ-36 Field Artillery Radar.

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5. Operator Maintenance

average Demand
Here's how Operator Maintenance is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Set up and performed operator maintenance on system.
  • Operated and performed operator maintenance on section vehicles and generators.

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6. Medal

average Demand
Here's how Medal is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Awarded the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance.
  • Achieved Army Achievement Medal for overwhelming success of deployment and reload time on equipment.
  • Awarded an Army Good Conduct Medal and Army Achievement Medal for excellence
  • Acquired three Army Achievement Medals and one Good Conduct Award for expressing excellence in my military duties.
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for exemplary performance of duty during Operation Iraqi Freedom 0.5-7.2.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for 30 day exercise at the National Training Center in Southern California.

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7. Tpq-37

average Demand
Here's how Tpq-37 is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Perform duties on an AN/TPQ-37 Fire finder Radar.

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8. US Army

low Demand
Here's how US Army is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Graduated US Army Advanced Airborne School and became Jumpmaster.

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9. Ribbon

low Demand
Here's how Ribbon is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Achieved and earned multiples ribbons and awards from past deployments, certification classes, and field training.

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10. FA

low Demand
Here's how FA is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Developed and implemented a certification program that led to certification of 60 FA Firefinder personnel.
  • Served additional duties at Camp Pendleton's base gym facilities.
  • Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battledrills.

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11. TA

low Demand
Here's how TA is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Supervised the performance of Marines delivering accurate artillery fire including fire direction computation and the establishment of field communications.
  • Supervised handling, transportation, accountability, and distribution of ammunition.
  • Tracked incoming artillery and projectiles to determine target fire location.
  • Performed detailed logistical inventories on high value sensitive radar parts.
  • Installed replacement parts on radar system with minimal supervision.
  • Operated military equipment such as HMMV and target intelligence
  • Track hostile and friendly artillery/mortar/rocket fire.
  • Operated tactical vehicles monthly weighing up to 12,000lbs, no accidents while operating these vehicles in high traffic and dynamic environment.
  • Lay communication wire, install and operate field telephones, construct field fortifications, and camouflage and protect the equipment position.
  • Provided customer service and assistance for hundreds of Marines each day, while maintaining a clean, orderly work environment.
  • Perform related military responsibilities under high stress situation to include but limited to: missions, training, and communication
  • Tracked rockets, artillery and mortar rounds to know location of destination and location of impact.
  • Tracked enemy and friendly rounds by installing, orienting, and operating field artillery radar equipment.
  • Trained to operate under various field scenarios a mobile radar system that identifies hostile targets.
  • Expected to maintain a high level of security and look after classified documents and equipment.
  • Assist in monitoring target acquisition assets operations, status, and current and proposed locations.
  • Served in Korea - Operate Radar, install field phones and administer first aid.
  • Maintained active secret clearance and signed for several thousand dollars' worth of equipment.
  • Operated a radar to detect the origin incoming rockets, mortars, and artillery.
  • Inventoried, assessed, maintained, and repaired over 500 communications equipment items.

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12. Radio Communications

low Demand
Here's how Radio Communications is used in Field Artillery Radar Operator jobs:
  • Operated wire and radio communications equipment and vehicles, including howitzers and ammunition trucks.
  • Wire and radio communications Identify target locations Operate self-propelled howitzers, ammunition trucks and other vehicles

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12 Most Common Skill for a Field Artillery Radar Operator

Combat25.9%
Security Clearance13.9%
Technical Guidance9.3%
Tpq-369.3%
Operator Maintenance9.3%
Medal6.5%
Tpq-375.6%
US Army5.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Field Artillery Radar Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Combat
Combat
25.9%
25.9%
2
2
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
13.9%
13.9%
3
3
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
9.3%
9.3%
4
4
Tpq-36
Tpq-36
9.3%
9.3%
5
5
Operator Maintenance
Operator Maintenance
9.3%
9.3%
6
6
Medal
Medal
6.5%
6.5%
7
7
Tpq-37
Tpq-37
5.6%
5.6%
8
8
US Army
US Army
5.6%
5.6%
9
9
Ribbon
Ribbon
4.6%
4.6%
10
10
FA
FA
4.6%
4.6%
11
11
TA
TA
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
Radio Communications
Radio Communications
2.8%
2.8%

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