Top Indirect Fire Infantryman Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Indirect Fire Infantryman. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Indirect Fire Infantryman resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.3% of Indirect Fire Infantryman resumes contained Combat as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Indirect Fire Infantryman actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Indirect Fire Infantryman resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Combat

high Demand
Here's how Combat is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Prepared efficiency reports on subordinates and manifested and prepared passengers for rotary and fixed wing flights in combat areas.
  • Conducted surveillance, inspections and observed specific points of interest in a simulated combat theater of operations.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for exemplary service during combat operations Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan Campaign.
  • Provided Security for team members during dismounted combat patrols.
  • Received and implemented combat orders for operations.
  • Provide leadership guidance and direction for training and combat; prioritized and oversee team assignments and workloads in time sensitive situations.
  • Make sure soldiers lower ranking were squared away when it came to military knowledge and basic combat skills.
  • Trained in leadership skills, small arms weapons, combat life saving skills, hand to hand combat.
  • Lead nearly 100 Combat missions and participated in over 200 combat missions in a non-leadership role.
  • Served four positions in support of combat operations resulting in zero loss of life or equipment.
  • Conducted combat patrols multiple days a week with full knowledge of tactical employment of mortars.
  • Received training in urban combat, patrolling as well as securing buildings and people.
  • Received and implemented combat orders; requested, observed and adjusted indirect supporting fire.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal and Combat Infantryman's Badge for actions during deployment.
  • Enforced rules and regulations to local nationals entering the Joint Combat Outpost.
  • Fulfilled a range of Infantryman duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
  • Implemented land navigation in combat settings and operated wheeled and tracked vehicles.
  • Certified combat life saver and CPR and First Aid certified.
  • Practiced basic combat life-saver skills and first aid techniques.
  • Condition soldiers to be physically fit and combat ready.

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2. Weapon Systems

high Demand
Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Performed maintenance on seven different weapon systems.
  • Trained and proficient on over 6 weapon systems and expertly qualified on 5 weapon systems annually.
  • Performed maintenance on 5 different weapon systems during Iraqi freedom.
  • Helped to train individuals assigned to our organization on how to successfully employ advanced weapon systems.
  • Deploy and maintain all weapon systems of the U.S Army.
  • Trained in multiple different environments, utilizing various different military weapon systems, as well as other military equipment/technology.

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3. Basic Communications Equipment

high Demand
Here's how Basic Communications Equipment is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Collected and orally reported tactical information using basic communications equipment, such as field radios and satellite phones.
  • Collected and orally reported tactical information using basic communications equipment.
  • Collected and reported tactical information using basic communications equipment, such as field radios and telephones, or walkie/talkies.

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4. Mortar Squad

high Demand
Here's how Mortar Squad is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Led members of a mortar squad in employing crew-served and individual weapons in offensive and defensive operations.
  • Perform as a member of a mortar squad providing indirect fire support.
  • Served as a team leader and gunner of a mortar squad.
  • Team member of a mortar squad attached to Infantry company.
  • Served as a member of a mortar squad.
  • Led mortar squad and provided indirect fire support.
  • Lead and serve as member of mortar squad.
  • Lead and controlled mortar squads.
  • Led and controlled mortar squads.
  • Mortar Squad Leader Responsible for the training, health, morale, welfare and discipline of ten soldiers.
  • Graduated from Basic Infantry and Advanced Infantry Training from Ft. Benning, Ga. Stationed in Germany as an Mortar squad member.

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5. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Developed and held soldiers accountable to US Army standards in fitness and weapons qualification.
  • Qualified to operate numerous army vehicles and maintained preservation on army vehicles to operating condition
  • Volunteered to complete US Army Airborne School to expand my knowledge and training for my specific occupation specialty.
  • Served as an infantry man/team leader in the US Army.
  • Served honorably as a US Army infantry soldier.
  • Supervised daily activities within a 24x7x365 NOC (Network Operations Canter) environment of the US Army Regional Hub Node.

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6. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Provided managerial and underlying leadership services to the platoon via instruction of mounted operations.
  • Planned, organized and supervised preparation and Execution of platoon movement and operations.
  • Relayed accurate messages between platoon and other units/higher command during combat operations.
  • Perform Infantry tasks and drills as part of Team, Squad, Platoon, and Company level elements.
  • Mortar team member entrusted with increased levels of responsibility from ammo bearer to Mortar Platoon Sergeant.
  • Served as a driver and as a gunner while serving in the mortar platoon.
  • Operate a 120mm mortar cannon as part of a mortar platoon.
  • Coordinated and directed Fire Direction Center for Mortar Platoon.
  • Led Mortar Platoon Squad during tactical operations.
  • Develop a platoon training plan.
  • Carried out orders provided by platoon leader and performed all duties in a timely manner.
  • Fire direction center chief Calculated and provided firing data for 81mm mortar platoon
  • Conducted over 300 successful combat foot patrols throughout Salmon Pak, Iraq; more than any other platoon in the company.
  • mortar platoon) * Responsible for the use and maintenance of a variety of equipment.

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7. Indirect Fire

high Demand
Here's how Indirect Fire is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Full knowledge of Crew-served and individual weapons systems used by the US Army Infantry and Indirect Fire Infantrymen.
  • Served 4 Years active Duty- Indirect Fire Infantry, served in Desert Shield/ Desert Storm with the 101st Airborne
  • Lead a Gun Crew consisting of 4 Soldiers providing indirect fire support to forward operating units.
  • Light armored double V hall vehicle used for indirect fire support, and weapons platforms.
  • Experience in infantry and indirect fire infantry in Infantry, Mechanized, and Airborne units.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on the use of small arms/indirect fires operations.
  • Trained 5 military personnel in the basic duties of the Indirect Fire Infantryman.
  • Provide indirect fire support fort Infantry line units at Battalion level.
  • Provided indirect fire support for 60 soldiers while training.
  • Support other elements with indirect fire if necessary.
  • Provide indirect fire support for friendly forces.
  • Provide indirect fire by the use of mortars
  • Conducted Indirect Fire support during Airborne Operations.
  • Provided indirect fire with mortars.
  • Provided leadership during a vertical live fire mission, resulting in accurate and timelyindirect fire support for the company.
  • Fort, Stewart GA Support US forces by training and instructing subordinates with indirect fire weapon systems.
  • provide indirect fire support to direct infantry and all operating ground forces.
  • provide indirect fire support to a line infantry unit (mortars)

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8. Medal

high Demand
Here's how Medal is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Received Army Meritorious Medal for performing above peers at the Army Primary Leadership Development Course PLDC.
  • Recognized for my exceptional leadership skills and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement medal for outstanding work.
  • Received Good Conduct Medal Medical Discharge with Honorable Conditions
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal as well as an Army Commendation Medal for exemplary performance during time overseas.
  • Recognized for: The Army Commendation Medal Expert Infantry Badge Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Ranger Tab

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9. Radio NET

high Demand
Here's how Radio NET is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Operated and maintained communication equipment and experience operating on a radio network.
  • Operate and maintain communication equipment on radio networks.
  • Operated and maintain communications equipment and operates in a radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment and operated in a radio net.
  • Functioned and maintained communications equipment in an active combat radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communicationsequipment and operated in a radio net.

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10. Signal Equipment

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Here's how Signal Equipment is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Operated two-way radios and signal equipment to relay battle orders.

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11. Tactical Information

high Demand
Here's how Tactical Information is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Participated in analysis, production and dissemination of sensitive tactical information, while serving with a Psychological Operations Battalion.
  • Performed Land Navigation, computes firing data;collects and orally reports tactical information using basic communication equipment.
  • Collected and orally reported tactical information.
  • Performed land navigation, measures horizontal and vertical angles Collected and orally reported tactical information using basic communications equipment.

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12. Mortar Systems

high Demand
Here's how Mortar Systems is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Assisted the Gunner on getting the mortar systems onto the target during team based fire missions and training as Assisted Gunner.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Mortar systems, as well as basic patrolling and security.
  • Instructed Iraqi and Kurdish soldiers to operate their mortar systems through a partnership with multiple translators.
  • Trained and excelled at performance of with providing supportive fires with mortar systems.
  • Set up, load and fire three types of mortars: 60mm, 81mm, and 120mm mortar systems.
  • Learned to use the 81mm and 120mm Mortar systems.

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13. Technical Guidance

average Demand
Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Provide tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provide tactical and technical guidance to sections and squad.
  • Provide tactical and technical guidance to subordinates.
  • Advanced level Infantrymen supervises subordinates in peacetime and combat operations, providing them with tactical and technical guidance.
  • Performed diagnosis and troubleshooting system malfunctions while supervising providing technical guidance to junior grade Soldiers.
  • Assisted in reconnaissance missions, providing tactical and technical guidance to subordinates.

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14. Machine Guns

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Here's how Machine Guns is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Qualified proficiently with numerous rifles, machine guns, handguns, and explosives.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, and mortars.
  • Trained, Maintained, and operated various small arms, rifles, automatic machine guns, and crew served weapons systems.
  • Generated hand receipts and sub-hand receipt upon issuance of any and all machine guns, rifles, pistols and special tools.
  • Trained on an assortment of rocket launchers, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns, and a variety of small arms.
  • Operated, maintained and stored both individual and crew served weapons such as rifles, machine guns and explosives.

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15. Scout Missions

average Demand
Here's how Scout Missions is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Carried out scout missions to spot enemy troops and gun locations.
  • Performed Scout missions to locate enemy troops and gun locations.

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16. Fire Control Equipment

average Demand
Here's how Fire Control Equipment is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Construct and camouflage mortar firing position and maintains mortars and fire control equipment valued at over one million dollars.
  • Constructed and camouflaged a mortar firing position; maintained mortars and fire control equipment.
  • Maintained crew and individual weapons as well as fire control equipment.
  • Maintained mortars and fire control equipment.
  • Fort Wainwright, AK Maintain mortars and fire control equipment performing safety checks on two Stryker vehicles.

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17. Physical Fitness

average Demand
Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Perform various physical fitness activities.
  • Set the standard for the mortar section, scoring a perfect 300 on the army physical fitness test.
  • Conducted physical fitness, teamwork, and advanced infantry tactics in adverse conditions.
  • Maintained physical fitness above standards and help my soldiers achieve same goal.
  • Earned the Leadership award, physical Fitness Award and the Marksmanship Award
  • Assisted in physical fitness training of soldiers.

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18. Tactical Operations

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Here's how Tactical Operations is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Perform tactical operations under strenuous conditions.
  • Experienced Infantryman and Team Leader with expertise in operating and maintaining equipment designed for tactical operations and employing small unit leadership.
  • Monitor combat situations in a tactical operations center ensuring that reports are received and distributed properly for analysis and assessment.
  • Trained and evaluated dozens of Marines using classroom-style instruction in technical systems, including weapons proficiency and tactical operations.
  • Operated and maintained sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations.
  • Initiated non-verbal commands to personnel during tactical operations.

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19. Vertical Angles

average Demand
Here's how Vertical Angles is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Measured horizontal and vertical angles.
  • Supervised, trained, and performed land navigation; measures horizontal and vertical angles; estimates range; computes firing data.
  • Perform land navigation, measure horizontal and vertical angles and estimate ranges.

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20. Ensure Safety

average Demand
Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Developed and implemented an effective training plan to ensure safety and efficiency of occupation tactics

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21. Enemy Ground Forces

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Here's how Enemy Ground Forces is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Defended our country in peacetime, and captured and repelled enemy ground forces during combat.

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22. Defensive Operations

average Demand
Here's how Defensive Operations is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Led mortar section employing crew-served and individual weapons in offensive and defensive operations.
  • Serve and individual weapons in offensive and defensive operations.
  • Conducted security and defensive operations for Afghanistan theater.

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23. Professional Support

average Demand
Here's how Professional Support is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Provided guidance and professional support to employees and supervisors.
  • Provided tactical and technical instructions to subordinates and professional support to supervisors.
  • Provided professional support to superiors to accomplish their duties.

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24. Commander

average Demand
Here's how Commander is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Served as a scout as well as a pace vehicle commander for a majority of convoy missions.
  • Deployed within southern and central Iraq as a Vehicle Commander, performing critical convoy security measures.
  • Paralleled HHT's Commander during all inventories.
  • Operate communications equipment First year in my job I was an RTO (Radio Telephone Operator) for the company commander.
  • Maintained all training support material; prepared materials for advising the unit commander regarding unit mobilization posture and requirements.
  • Provided extensive support to the ground commander during missions through effective and autonomous radio communications.

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25. Subordinate Personnel

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Here's how Subordinate Personnel is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Provided supervision and technical guidance to subordinate personnel.
  • Supervised subordinate personnel in all phases of individual and mortar equipment maintenance.
  • Lead, supervised, and trained subordinate personnel.

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26. Reconnaissance Missions

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Here's how Reconnaissance Missions is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Assisted in the performance of reconnaissance missions as well as conducted mounted/dismounted patrols and provided security during peacetime and combat operations.
  • Led a four man team in Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom patrolling operational areas and performed reconnaissance missions.
  • Conducted rapid implementation of personnel and weapon systems during reconnaissance missions in a deployed setting.
  • Conducted patrols, and reconnaissance missions including winter overnight training missions.
  • Conducted reconnaissance missions in support of counter insurgency operations in Afghanistan.
  • Participated in multiple combat patrol and reconnaissance missions.

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27. Hand Grenades

low Demand
Here's how Hand Grenades is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Operate assault weapons such as rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades in participation of basic reconnaissance assignments.
  • Operate and maintain weapons such as rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
  • Operate weapons (rifles, machine guns, mortars, hand grenades) in ground combat operations.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
  • Maintained weapons systems, such as rifles, machine guns, and hand grenades.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.

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28. Anti-Tank Mines

low Demand
Here's how Anti-Tank Mines is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Installed and recovered anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Installed and recovered anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines, as well as electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Installed and recovered anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Employed, fired and recovered anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.
  • Learn to use, maintain and store various combat weaponry (rifles, machine guns, anti-tank mines, etc.)
  • Maintain and stores approximately 100 combat weapons (rifles, machine guns, and anti-tank mines).

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29. Ribbon

low Demand
Here's how Ribbon is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Discharged honorably with multiple Army achievement awards, not limited to Army Service Ribbon and Certificate of Achievement.
  • Served two combat tours in Iraq and received metals ribbons, and honors for my service.
  • Received numerous service awards including Combat Action, Sea Service Deployment, and Humanitarian ribbons.
  • Awarded numerous citations and ribbons for service overseas in both combat and humanitarian roles.
  • Received multiple award ribbons such as Army service ribbon and overseas service ribbon.
  • Awarded Army Good Conduct Ribbon.

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30. M4

low Demand
Here's how M4 is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Earned Expert Marksman Badge for M4, 240, and 50 Cal.
  • Qualified Sharpshooter with the M4 Carbine and M249.
  • Qualified expert with various weapon systems such as: 9mm Beretta Pistol, M4 Carbine, M240L Machine gun.
  • Use individual weapons and machine guns in offensive and defensive ground combat such as; M4, 50.cal, and Mark19.
  • Coordinated and trained on multiple Land Navigation Courses, M4 RANGES, Machine Gun Ranges subsequently scoring expert in all events.
  • Qualified expert with various weapon systems such as: 9mm Beretta Pistol, M4 Carbine, M240L Machine gun.

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31. Retrograde Operations

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Here's how Retrograde Operations is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment personnel in offensive , defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Supervised the tactical deployment of the anti-armor weapons section during offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations
  • Received and implemented a combat order; directed deployment of personnel on offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations.

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32. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Planned and executed detailed missions in support of anti-terrorism operations.
  • Trained subordinates and conducted simulated anti-terrorism exercises.
  • Administered leadership and direction in areas of antiterrorism, force protection, and information/operational security.
  • Lead a two-person team in offensive and defensive anti-terrorism operations.
  • Performed terrorism awareness and force protection measures and navigated along designated routes.
  • Supervised teams in support of security and installation anti-terrorism operations.

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33. MOS

low Demand
Here's how MOS is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Carried the most impact when it comes to training and supervising junior enlisted personnel in military life and personal care.
  • Qualified under two MOS's 11B and 11C Able to work under extreme stressful environments
  • Mortar section squad leader/ Line supervisor MOS Infantry Mortar specialist E4- SPC Specialist Expert Marksman MLC (Mortar Leadership Course)
  • Worked extensively with interpreters while deployed to communicate with local inhabitants to better understand atmospherics and village needs and concerns.
  • Maintained over $500,000 worth of unit equipment during each (3) 11B10 Military Occupational Specialty-Transition (MOS-T) course.
  • Cleaned up using different types of equipment, random details, security for the most part of the job.

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34. Operational Information

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Here's how Operational Information is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised the construction of mortar positions, recorded operational information on maps, and received and implemented combat orders.
  • Recorded operational information on maps.
  • Recorded operational information on maps.

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35. Emplace

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Here's how Emplace is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained firing records and supervised tactical emplacement as well as deployment of mortar squads in offensive and defensive posture.
  • Evaluated terrain, selected weapons emplacements and sites, and assigned targets and areas of fire.
  • Emplace and recover early warning devises.

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36. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Accounted for approximately 1 million dollars worth of communications and military equipment.
  • Implemented use of military equipment.
  • Maintained accountability for a variety of military equipment and vehicles valued in excess of $500,000.
  • Managed and maintaining millions of dollars' worth of military equipment.
  • Maintained $2M of both personal and government military equipment assigned to our department.
  • Ensured the proper maintenance and accountability of sensitive military equipment.

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37. Sensitive Items

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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Served as an Direct fire Infantryman Armed guard(guarded sensitive items and people)
  • Maintained complete accountability through redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment exceeding $50,000 in value.
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment.
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment.
  • Maintained accountability of security elements, sensitive items and personal equipment.
  • Maintain accountability and serviceability of all issued equipment and sensitive items.

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38. New Soldiers

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Here's how New Soldiers is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained new soldiers in their job and the position above theirs.
  • Implemented marksmanship training for new soldiers with 90% passing with the highest grade of Expert.
  • Helped train new soldiers coming in to the unit.
  • Provided guidance to new soldiers attached to the unit.
  • Trained new soldiers on all procedures, skills, and regulations pertinent to the job at hand.
  • Train new soldiers on the proper safety procedures and proper functions of their job.

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39. Basic Training

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Here's how Basic Training is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Discharged towards end of Basic Training due to Anxiety Disorder(professionally diagnosed).
  • Attended Basic Training at Fort Benning, GA.
  • Completed basic training upon enlistment.
  • Completed basic training and advanced individual training for military occupation.
  • Enlisted in the Army before my senior year of high school and after graduating I left for basic training.
  • Drill Sergeant: Trained, mentored, and counseled over 220 entry level soldiers in a basic training environment.

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40. Training Exercises

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Here's how Training Exercises is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Acquired resources for and oversaw hundreds of live fire training exercises, ensuring hundreds of Soldiers were ready for global operations.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on numerous field training exercises and live fire exercises.
  • Lead fire teams during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Planned and executed training exercises.
  • Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.

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41. Zero Loss

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Here's how Zero Loss is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised and served as a member of a team to insure their safety resulting in zero loss in a 3-year period.
  • Supervised military vehicles and equipment worth over $1 million dollars resulting in zero loss of equipment during my supervision.
  • Accounted for over $3 Million of weapons and equipment resulting in zero loss over a period of 30 months.
  • Supervised security of more than 75,000 dollars of mission essential equipment resulting in zero loss in a 10 month period.
  • Supervised the security of a great amount of ammunition resulting in zero loss and accidents in a 2 week period.
  • Maintained accountability of over $100,000 of military equipment, ensuring zero losses for a period exceeding three years.

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42. Sensitive Equipment

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Here's how Sensitive Equipment is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained accountability of over $2 million of highly sensitive equipment-efforts led to zero loss in a 2- year period.
  • Accounted for over $1 million of highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a year period.
  • Maintained over $3 million of highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a 2 year period.
  • Accounted for and maintained operability of over [ ] worth of sensitive equipment.
  • Conducted monthly inventory of all sensitive equipment, supervised regular maintenance of weapons and optics according to regulation.
  • Instruct military training regarding radios and other sensitive equipment.

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43. Self Extraction

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Here's how Self Extraction is used in Indirect Fire Infantryman jobs:
  • Perform self extraction from a mine field.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Indirect Fire Infantryman

Combat19.6%
Weapon Systems13.2%
Basic Communications Equipment8.9%
Mortar Squad8%
US Army6.9%
Platoon6.5%
Indirect Fire4.7%
Medal3.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Indirect Fire Infantryman

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Combat
Combat
15.3%
15.3%
2
2
Weapon Systems
Weapon Systems
10.3%
10.3%
3
3
Basic Communications Equipment
Basic Communications Equipment
7%
7%
4
4
Mortar Squad
Mortar Squad
6.3%
6.3%
5
5
US Army
US Army
5.4%
5.4%
6
6
Platoon
Platoon
5%
5%
7
7
Indirect Fire
Indirect Fire
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Medal
Medal
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Radio NET
Radio NET
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Signal Equipment
Signal Equipment
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Tactical Information
Tactical Information
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Mortar Systems
Mortar Systems
2%
2%
13
13
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Machine Guns
Machine Guns
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Scout Missions
Scout Missions
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Fire Control Equipment
Fire Control Equipment
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Tactical Operations
Tactical Operations
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Vertical Angles
Vertical Angles
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Ensure Safety
Ensure Safety
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Enemy Ground Forces
Enemy Ground Forces
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Defensive Operations
Defensive Operations
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Professional Support
Professional Support
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Commander
Commander
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Subordinate Personnel
Subordinate Personnel
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Reconnaissance Missions
Reconnaissance Missions
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Hand Grenades
Hand Grenades
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Anti-Tank Mines
Anti-Tank Mines
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Ribbon
Ribbon
1%
1%
30
30
M4
M4
1%
1%
31
31
Retrograde Operations
Retrograde Operations
1%
1%
32
32
Terrorism
Terrorism
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
MOS
MOS
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Operational Information
Operational Information
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Emplace
Emplace
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
New Soldiers
New Soldiers
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Basic Training
Basic Training
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Training Exercises
Training Exercises
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Zero Loss
Zero Loss
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Sensitive Equipment
Sensitive Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Self Extraction
Self Extraction
0.6%
0.6%

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