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Top 50 Infantryman Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Infantryman. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Infantryman resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.8% of Infantryman resumes contained Weapon Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Infantryman actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Infantryman

1. Weapon Systems
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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Conducted live-fire training with several weapon systems and learned to safely and effectively operate them.
  • Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapon systems and specialized equipment.
  • Operated weapon systems under various conditions.
  • Established relationships with Afghan National Army in order to teach weapon systems and establish a better working relationship.
  • Operated and conducted operator level maintenance for weapon systems, vehicles, equipment, and personal gear.
  • Operated weapon systems under various conditions, including engaging targets using night vision sights.
  • Led an infantry team of 10-20 persons to eliminate threat with various weapon systems.
  • Repaired and Maintained various advanced military weapon systems valued up to $500,000.
  • Study and be expertly knowledgeable about weapon systems and operations.
  • Instructed incoming soldiers in current weapon systems and training tactics.
  • Maintained the turret and weapon systems of the IFV.
  • Learned how to operate various weapon systems.
  • Maintained and used various US weapon systems.
  • Use in deploying multiple weapon systems.
  • Trained on various weapon systems.
  • Experienced in the maintenance and upkeep of the M9 pistol, M107, M110, M240C and M14 weapon systems.
  • Received rigorous training and developed skills in various areas including radio, technology, medical, combat, and weapon systems.
  • study, train, teach and utilize tactics, weapon systems, and other to perform my duties as an infantryman.
  • Operate several technology and weapon systems ranging from radio jammers to minesweepers.
  • qualified to use several weapon systems, certified combat life saver, Battle Tracker(BTL Sgt.

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2. Communications Equipment
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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Evaluate terrain and record topographical information; operating and maintaining field communications equipment; assessing need for and directing supporting fire.
  • Operated and maintained 6 types of field communications equipment and participating in basic reconnaissance operations and air insertion operations.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment assessing need for and directing supporting fire missions, placing explosives.
  • Applied land navigation and communications equipment to locate positions and detect terrain features.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Operate communications equipment, calibrate and troubleshoot electronics related faults.
  • Performed basic communication functions and operated communications equipment.
  • Operated communications equipment and various support vehicles.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Maintain all unit equipment; vehicles, communications equipment, tools, night vision devices, weapons, electronic equipment.
  • Operate and maintain field communications equipment to identify specific locations and ranges and assess the need for field operations.
  • Trained on airborne operations, aircraft safety, vehicle, weapons and communications equipment maintenance.
  • Signed for communications equipment within platoon valuing in the millions of dollars.
  • Maintained accountability for $175,000 worth of vehicle and communications equipment.
  • Coordinated and advised training schedule for communications equipment soldiers would be operating.
  • Prepared, operated, and maintained secure communications equipment.
  • Instructed soldiers in various communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment Completed two combat tours Iraq 2008-2009, Afghanistan 2011-2012
  • Use and program all radio communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained 100% accountability for over $500,000 worth of sensitive communications equipment without loss or damage.

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3. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Awarded numerous military achievement medals.
  • Recognized for the ability to quickly learn and perform tasks to standard by earning the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Featured Awards: Army commendation Medal, Afghan Campaign Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal and NATO Medal.
  • Awarded the Iraq Campaign Medal, Certificate of Commendation, Marine Good Conduct Medal and Meritorious Mast.
  • Displayed exemplary behavior for three years (Army Good Conduct Medal, 2009).
  • Earned 2 Army Good Conduct Medals for conduct spanning 8 years of service.
  • Earned Good Conduct Medal; Army Service Ribbon; and Overseas Service Ribbon.
  • Received the Army Good Conduct Medal for completing three years of Honorable service.
  • Earned an Army Achievement Medal for outstanding service while in the Armed Forces.
  • Awarded various medals for my duties during Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
  • Earned two Army Commendation Medals for service while deployed to Afghanistan.
  • Earned numerous medals, including Army Commendation with Valor.
  • Awarded the Afghanistan Campaign Medal for service in Afghanistan.
  • Received Good Conduct Medal, Combat Action Ribbon.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal in 2012 and 2013.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal and Army Achievement Medal.
  • Received the National Defense Service Medal.
  • Awarded medals in Marksmanship and Attendance.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals.
  • Bronze Awards S tar 6 Army Commendation Medals 4 Army Achievement Medals Ranger

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4. Safety Protocols
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Here's how Safety Protocols is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Uphold basic military operations and safety protocols in all performed tasks Skills Used Critical thinking.
  • Adhere to UCMJ standards and safety protocols whilst maintaining readiness for training and deployments.
  • Communicated via radio and relayed all information to appropriate personnel Upheld basic military operations and safety protocols in all performed tasks.
  • Managed a Team of 4 Individuals Upheld basic military operations and safety protocols in all performed tasks.

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5. Reconnaissance
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Here's how Reconnaissance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Performed as a member of a fire team during combat and training exercises.led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements.
  • Conducted wide scale reconnaissance and surveillance operations, and provided intelligence to the commander
  • Collected and reported tactical information as member of combat or reconnaissance patrol.
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Executed and performed surveillance and reconnaissance expeditions.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Supervised and trained numerous teams of 5 to 15 soldiers in reconnaissance, and sniper operations.
  • Led an infantry squad and/or a reconnaissance (scout) team during combat operations.
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions, operate two-way radios and signal equipment.
  • Train and mentor team to conduct waterborne clandestine beach reconnaissance.
  • Team member of small unit reconnaissance unit, dragon gunner.
  • Perform hand-to-hand combat and assist in reconnaissance missions.
  • Assisted in the performance of reconnaissance operations.
  • Performed reconnaissance missions to assess threats.
  • Trained Team on all reconnaissance tasks.
  • Provide aid in reconnaissance missions.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Gained proficiencies and experience in: marksmanship, land-navigation, communication, reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisitions.
  • Led and performed squad tactics, formations, and aided in radio communications and reconnaissance Iraq
  • specialized in air to ground combat operations and reconnaissance.

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6. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised an infantry or reconnaissance (scout) platoon in combat operations and intelligence information gathering.
  • Assigned different team member functions for vehicular-based operations in Weapons Company CAAT Platoon Alpha.
  • Coordinated integration of company weapons systems into those of adjacent platoons.
  • Serve as the platoon sergeant on the battle field to make all decisions and plans of attack.
  • Performed reconnaissance missions with a platoon, in order to gather information and intelligence for commanding officers.
  • Worked various positions including First Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Drill Sergeant, and Liaison Officer.
  • Assigned to 3rd FAST (Fleet Anti-Terrorismt Team) Company 1st Platoon in Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Fort Hood, TX Squad Designated Marksmen; Platoon/Company Radio Telephone Operator; 1.
  • Machine gunners provide direct fire in support of the infantry squads and platoons.
  • Served as Acting Fire Team Leader and Squad Leader in a platoon.
  • Supervised the training and garrison duties of soldiers at platoon level.
  • Planned physical training events for the squad and platoon.
  • Trained with team and platoon to operate more efficiently.
  • Performed a number of roles within the platoon.
  • Coordinate employment of Infantry Soldiers at all levels of command, from teams to platoons, in U.S. and multi-national operations.
  • Noncommissioned officers are assigned as fire team leaders, scout team leaders, rifle squad leaders, or rifle platoon guides.
  • Maintain the upkeep of platoon vehicles to include: Stryker, MRAP, HUMVEE.
  • Supervised and led fire team in infantry platoon Conducted mission planning and reconnaissance tactics Conducted weapon and vehicle maintenance to insure accuracy
  • Served as a Infantry Fighting Vehicle-Driver in a Mechinized Infantry Platoon.
  • Served as a member of the 1st Presidential Escort Platoon of the "Old Guard."

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7. Machine Guns
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Here's how Machine Guns is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained on an assortment of rocket launchers, grenade launchers, heavy machine guns, and a variety of small arms.
  • Trained, Maintained, and operated various small arms, rifles, automatic machine guns, and crew served weapons systems.
  • Trained by employing fires with individual weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Employed individual weapons, machine guns, and anti armor weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Ensured the readiness and maintenance of various combat weapons including rifles, machine guns and antitank mines.
  • Trained and qualified as on expert in small arms assault, weapons, and machine guns.
  • Trained on multiple radio-communication systems and proficient in weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons.
  • Helped in the repair of damaged weapons ranging from small arms to heavy machine guns.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of Carbines, Rifles, grenade launchers, and machine guns.
  • Fired machine guns, grenade launchers and rifles to inflict casualties on enemy forces.
  • Operate and maintain weapons, such as rifles, machine guns and grenade launcher.
  • Specialized with machine guns, anti-armor weapons and pistols in a ground combat environment.
  • Trained with various weapons to include Machine Guns, Pistols, Rocket launchers.
  • Provided maintenance and repair expertise for light, medium, and heavy machine guns
  • Trained to operate and maintain rifles, machine guns, grenades, etc.
  • Completed weapons training which included operation of light and heavy machine guns.
  • Trained crew members on heavy weapons and light-medium machine guns.
  • Use, maintain and store combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)
  • Maintained the M-16, machine guns the M-60, and the I.T.V.
  • Supervised 10-20 infantry soldiers in a company Employed individual weapons, machine guns and anti-armor weapons

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8. Situational Training Exercises
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Here's how Situational Training Exercises is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Excelled in a team-oriented environment while performing as a combat team member during situational training exercises.
  • Lead my platoon during movements to contact, reconnaissance and security, situational training exercises, and various infantry battle drills.
  • Pull security, an attack, defense situational training exercises, and all infantry dis mounted battle drills.
  • Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Performed as a gunner during situational training exercises and all infantry crew mounted battle drills.
  • Led an infantry fire team of 4 Soldiers in situational training exercises and combat operations.
  • Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Led fire team during situational training exercises.
  • United StatesPerformed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battledrills.
  • Led fire team during in\infantry dismounted battles and situational training exercises Documented and processed classified materials.

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9. Army Achievement
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Here's how Army Achievement is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal recognizing core leadership, teamwork and consistently exceeding project objectives
  • Received the Army Achievement Award, Four Afghanistan Campaign Medals, NATO Medal, and the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
  • Received several Physical Fitness Awards; 2 Army Achievement Medals, Expert Rifle, and a Driver's Badge.
  • Career recognition and honors include 10+ Army Achievement Medals, Army Commendation Medal, and the Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Earned multiple awards including 3 Army Commendation Medals, 3 Army Achievement Medals and the Army Good Conduct Medal.
  • Earned 3 grade promotions, a Good Conduct Medal, an Army Achievement Medal, and other unit awards.
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal as well as an Army Commendation Medal for exemplary performance during time overseas.
  • Ranked #1 team in a widely dispersed organization for exceptional performance and received an Army Achievement Medal.
  • Participated in combat training exercise and received 2 awards (Army Achievement Medal) for excellence in service.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for my impact on our Bradley crew qualifying with a perfect score.
  • Received multiple awards to include Army commendation medal, and Army Achievement medal.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for said efforts.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Recognized and awarded the Army Achievement Medal and Army Accommodation Medal specifically for language skills.
  • Completed Army Hand to Hand Combat Course Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2012.
  • Discharged Honorably in July, 2014 with multiple Army Achievement Awards.
  • Discharged Honorably in June, 2017 with multiple Army Achievement Awards.
  • Graduate of the U.S. Army Infantry training Brigade, Ft. Benning GA. Four time Recipient of the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Earned Soldier of the Month distinction 2 Army Commendation Medals 1 Army Achievement Medal
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal Honorably Discharged in July 2016 Maintained and safe- kept multi-million military equipment.

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10. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Received Honorable Discharge upon completion of enlistment.
  • Received an HONORABLE discharge as a Corporal (E-4, Non-commissioned officer) of Marines.
  • Received Army Good Conduct Medal as well as an Honorable Discharge from the service.
  • Entered detainees into BATS System * Honorable Discharge with Awards and Decorations for meritorious service
  • Received honorable discharge at the rank of E-4 (Corporal).
  • Received an honorable discharged after completion of my time in service.
  • Fulfilled my contract while earning an Honorable Discharge.
  • Completed Army Contract with Honorable Discharge September 2011.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge in March 2011.
  • Received honorable discharge and multiple awards.
  • Rank at honorable discharge: Sergeant
  • Received Honorable Discharge March 2006.
  • Certificate for training cadets at West Point Military Academy Honorable Discharge upon completion of service enlistment
  • Fort Benning / Fort Monmouth / Camp Casey Korea Honorable discharge with numerous unit and Presidential citations.
  • Rate of pay: pay grade E-3 Reason for leaving: honorable discharge
  • Achieved the rank of sergeant E-5 Received honorable discharge on 20 Nov1987
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal Currently holds a Honorable discharge.
  • Desert Storm Veteran -- Army Commendation Medal -- Honorable Discharge
  • Letter of Appreciation * Good Conduct Medal * Honorable Discharge
  • Completed Infantry School at Ft. Benning, Ga Completed Airborne School at Ft. Benning, Ga Received Honorable Discharge in 2006.

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11. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Exceeded maximum requirements for expected physical fitness in accordance with U.S. Army regulations.
  • Participated in daily group physical fitness training.
  • Maintained high standards of soldiering (physical fitness, the uniform, living quarters, and deployment readiness).
  • Remain ready to defend America against her enemies through daily physical fitness training and practice of battle drills.
  • Ensured all Army quality standards were met regarding equipment, combat, survival, navigation and physical fitness.
  • Graduated #3 in AIT, earning honors in marksmanship, patrol procedures and physical fitness.
  • Supervised and maintained the readiness and physical fitness of up to 8 personnel at a time.
  • Achieved master fitness level by scoring 290 out of 300 points on physical fitness tests.
  • Maintained a level of Physical fitness well exceeding that expected of the average American.
  • Received weapons and physical fitness training, qualified on seven weapon systems.
  • Studied first aid, physical fitness, team building and leadership.
  • Engage in and keeping a high level of physical fitness.
  • Developed and utilized a physical fitness plan to great success.
  • Maintained a heightened state of physical fitness and mental awareness.
  • Achieved maximum score on the Army Physical Fitness Test.
  • Tested for physical fitness and weapons proficiency.
  • War Preparations, Physical Fitness, Marksmanship
  • Completed training in weapons use, tactical movements, combatives, and physical fitness.
  • Defend area of operations Engage enemy forces Maintain physical fitness excellence Carry out ground commander s
  • Up keep of equipment, trained in combat lifesaving, working in groups, maintaining physical fitness, working in extreme environments

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12. Route Clearance
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Here's how Route Clearance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Conducted Prisoner detaining/escorting/guarding details Conducted patrols/route clearance/search/ House-To-House missions.
  • Conducted intelligence missions while executing route clearance and security missions to prevent casualties of Coalition forces.
  • Conducted surveillance operations via Aerostat/RAID towers, base defense operations and over 200 Counter-IED/Route Clearance missions.

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13. Assault
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Here's how Assault is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained in small arms operations, urban assault tactics, as well as operation of the M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
  • Received expert status in tearing down and putting back together an M9 handgun and M16 assault rifle.
  • Assaulted and destroyed enemy tanks and armored vehicles, emplacement weapons, and personnel with anti-tank weapons.
  • Instructed over 15 classes in Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention with over 100 participates each class.
  • Promoted to tactical driver of the MRAP assault vehicle with a value of 1.29 million dollars.
  • Lead my team on numerous combat operations and air assaults in the mountains of Afghanistan.
  • Shared infantry tactics such as room clearing to company size assaults on town.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Awards in both small arms and assault weapons.
  • Run assault, reconnaissance, extraction, and defense operations.
  • Parachuted out of airplanes and helicopters for assault raids.
  • Qualified sharp shooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Operated and qualify all assault weapons and explosives.
  • Attended USMC Assault Climbers Course.
  • Experience in assault rifle marksmanship.
  • Job Title: Infantry, Anti-Tank Assault Man.
  • Air Assault Infantry Sling load equipment and vehicles to be moved into areas of operations in combat.
  • Served two tours in Iraq as Infantry Assaultman providing company with light anti-armor/demolitions, breaching capabilities.
  • Assigned pointman position in various patrols and assault exercises due to keen observation skills.
  • Supervised and trained 12 personnel to the Infantry Assaultman training manual standard.
  • Air Assault), Camp Greaves, Korea Assisted and drove for Commander (Captain) of Headquarters Company.

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14. Infantry Positions
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Here's how Infantry Positions is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Evaluated terrain, recorded topographical information and constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment.
  • Supervised location, construction and concealment of infantry positions and equipment.
  • Constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment to prevent detection.
  • Operate weapons and equipment in ground combat operations, locating, constructing, and camouflaging infantry positions and equipment.
  • Organized the locating, constructing, and camouflaging of infantry positions and equipment.
  • Trained on locating, constructing, and camouflaging various infantry positions and equipment.
  • Played an active role in detecting, assembling infantry positions, and equipment.
  • Located, constructed, and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment while locating, constructing and camouflaging infantry positions and equipment.
  • Supervised location,construction and concealment of infantry positions and equipment.
  • Operated the squad automatic weapon Constructing, and camouflaging of infantry positions and equipment.
  • Participate in basic reconnaissance operations Locate, construct, and camouflage infantry positions and equipment Assess need for and direct supporting fire

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15. Army Commendation
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Here's how Army Commendation is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Recognized by supervisors for excellent performance and awarded an Army Commendation medal during hazardous conflict in Afghanistan.
  • Recognized by superiors for excellent performance and awarded the Army Commendation Medal during Operation Resolute Support.
  • Recognized by supervisors and battalion commander and awarded an Army commendation medal during Operation New Dawn.
  • Received an Army Commendation Medal for achieving and exceeding military operations while in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for outstanding performance during Operation Resolute Support.
  • Received Army Commendation and Good Conduct medals for exemplary performance.
  • Awarded an honorable discharge, Army Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Iraq Campaign Medal.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for Valor for extracting wounded soldiers from an outpost that had been destroyed by enemy explosives.
  • Recognized by supervisors for excellent performance and awarded the Army Commendation Medal for actions during Operation Enduring Freedom XII.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, and Certificate of Achievement for service in Iraq.
  • Awarded the Presidential Citation, Combat Infantryman Badge, Army Commendation Medal, and other in-theater ribbons.
  • Earned several awards and commendations, including the Army Commendation Medal with Valor and Purple Heart.
  • Received Army commendation medal and good conduct medal as well as National Defense Service Medal.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal from The Department of the Army.
  • Decorated with 3x Army Commendation Medals and 2x Army Achievement Medals.
  • Awarded Purple Heart and Army Commendation for bravery in battle.
  • Awarded four Army Achievement Medals and two Army Commendation Medals.
  • recognized for work done with certificates of achievements, and Army commendation award.
  • Awarded various medals, including the Army Commendation Medal for outstanding service.
  • Received leadership training * Received Army Commendation Medal and Combat Infantry Badge * Honorably Discharged * Served in Iraq 2003

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16. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Access to sensitive information and worked directly under Company Commander and Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Company.
  • Submitted formal expenditure and status reports to commanders using an integrated supply-chain management software system.
  • Operated as direct personal security for the Company Commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Served under the Battalion Commander and Sergeant Major on their personal security detail
  • Served as a fire team leader and gun truck commander directly responsible for the welfare and readiness of two Jr.
  • Served as vehicle commander for mounted patrols responsible for the safety of marines in my vehicle and equipment maintenance.
  • Handled the tasks of maintaining records, conducting physical inventory, and communicating periodic status to the Company Commander.
  • Assisted the company commander as the company Unit Prevention Leader (UPL).
  • Promoted to sergeant, a team leader and a gun truck commander.
  • Worked in training room as clerk for company 1SG and company commander.
  • Served in A Co., Commander-In-Chief's Guard (Presidential Escort).
  • Take charge of training exercises when directed to do so by commander.
  • Promoted to Specialist (E4) and Truck Commander before peers.
  • Machine Gunner, Team leader, Squad leader, Vehicle commander.
  • Certify unit and specialty skills as per Commanders' schedule.
  • Worked as the Company Commanders Admin NCO.
  • Achieved multiple awards and recognition from Company Commander for exceeding military expectations.
  • Served as a Fire Team Leader Attached to Personal Security Detachment for the Battalion Commander
  • Lead a team of 5 lindiduals as well as vehicle commander.
  • Served as SAW gunner, 240 gunner, team leader, and vehicle commander over a stryker combat vehicle

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17. Hand Grenades
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Here's how Hand Grenades is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Operate weapons (rifles, machine guns, mortars, hand grenades) in ground combat operations.
  • Completed extensive training in combat operations, 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.
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment.Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on combat operations.
  • Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.Maintained rifles, machine guns, and hand grenades.

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18. Terrorism
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Here's how Terrorism is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised teams in support of security and installation anti-terrorism operations.
  • Conducted security and anti-terrorism operations.
  • Awarded: Army Commendation Medal, Two Good Conduct Medals, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary metal, Expert Infantry Badge.
  • Completed training in Maritime Special Purpose Force, Anti-Terrorism Training, Visit Board Search and Seizure, and Urban Warfare Training.
  • Protect and defend the constitution of the United States of America against all forms of terrorism, foreign and domestic.
  • Awarded the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon
  • Completed various training exercises in Italy and Germany and participated in the Global War and Terrorism Iraq war.
  • Completed Leading Marines, IED Awareness, Combat Patrolling and Terrorism Awareness courses from The Marine Corps Institute.
  • Train Soldiers on small group warfare, counter-terrorism attacks, professional ethics and military customs and courtesies.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism, National Defense Service Medal, and three Meritorious Mass awards.
  • Tasked with escorting U.S. and U.N. Dignitaries through areas of unrest due to domestic terrorism.
  • Served in the United States Army to support the ongoing war on terrorism.
  • Supervised the creation and validation of anti-terrorism plans on all ships.
  • Provided security and anti-terrorism support as a member of the U.S.S.
  • Trained in rifle marksmanship and counter terrorism.
  • Awarded army achievement medal Received global war on terrorism service medal
  • Supported and trained for the Global War on Terrorism and provided rear support for my unit during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Received the Army Good Conduct Medal Received the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Directed ship's force protection efforts, anti-terrorism educational training and pre-deployment certification programs.
  • Trained at various militaty sites during term in becoming a solider, also was trained for counter-terrorism, and urban assault.

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20. Ribbon
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Here's how Ribbon is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Received decorations and awards including Meritorious Mast, Certificate of Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon, and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge, Army Good Conduct ribbon, and two Army Commendation medals.
  • Served two combat tours in Iraq and received metals ribbons, and honors for my service.
  • Earned the Combat Action Ribbon & Good Conduct Medal (Can provide DD214 if requested)
  • 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.
  • Awarded many service ribbons and medals for accomplishments.
  • Received multiple ribbons, medals, and commendations.
  • Received National Defense Ribbon and Overseas Ribbon Awarded 2 Army Accommodation Medals
  • Received total of 9 ribbons and medals during a 4 year career Completed 2 seven month combat deployments
  • Received numerous decorations, ribbons, and medals for military service.)

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21. Technical Guidance
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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Implemented tactical and technical guidance to subordinate and professional personnel.
  • Directed subordinates by providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Directed superiors by providing tactical technical guidance.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance, while communicating orders and directions effectively to a group of 30 personnel.
  • Gun Team Leader: provides tactical and technical guidance and professional support to both subordinates and superiors.
  • Directed 4 subordinates by providing tactical and technical guidance while deployed in Afghanistan in 2011.
  • Assisted lower-ranking team members with technical guidance and support in the performance of their duties.
  • Directed combat teams and superiors by providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Provided technical guidance to co-workers in the accomplishments of their duties.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance, requests and observes.
  • Trained in tactical and technical guidance.

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22. Basic Training
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Here's how Basic Training is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Completed basic training and advanced individual training for military occupation.
  • Awarded Infantryman position at the culmination of 9-week basic training and an additional 5 weeks of intensive, specialized Infantry training.
  • Awarded Infantry position at the culmination of 18-week basic training and an additional 3 weeks of intensive, Airborne training.
  • Selected as a leader of ten soldiers in basic training providing direction, priorities of work and time management.
  • Graduated from Basic Training in Columbus, GA in February 2014 as a Private First Class (E-3)
  • Completed Army Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training as a 11B, Infantryman
  • Graduated Army Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training for infantryman.
  • Awarded 11Bravo position at the culmination of 16-week basic training.
  • Completed Basic Training with the third highest physical training score.
  • Completed Basic Training and OSUT with the U.S. Army.
  • Top 5 graduate of Army basic training.
  • Accomplished Army Basic Training and Infantry School.
  • Promoted directly out of basic training.
  • Trained at U.S. Infantry Basic Training
  • Completed United States Army Basic Training and Combat Infantryman School in FT Benning, GA.
  • Completed basic training at Parris Island South Carolina.
  • Graduated Basic Training August 28, 2011 Earned Rank of Specialist (E-4) Combat Life Saver (CLS) qualified
  • train troops marching moves,learn army combative and defensive techniques, learn basic army protocols and basic training
  • Completed Standard Army Basic Training Completed OSUT Infantryman's Advanced Individual Training Qualified Expert Rifleman.
  • Attended Leadership Courses while at basic training.

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23. Leadership
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  • Participated in many missions providing security and assisting afghan leadership conduct meetings in safe environments.
  • Generated knowledge of risk management while establishing leadership skills upon other personnel.
  • Assisted senior leadership in the development of operational strategies for multiple objectives.
  • Establish excellent communication among all levels of leadership.
  • Provided leadership to a team of up to eight personnel that led to the success of missions and tasks.
  • Excelled in the areas of leadership and performing in a fast paced, high pressure, high stress environment.
  • Provided leadership of 3 personnel ensuring 66% turnover rate and a 33% promotion rate.
  • Learned to work well in a team while at the same time show great leadership roles
  • Acquired Leadership, Communication, and Teamwork Skills to use in operations and daily missions.
  • Provided detailed monthly counseling to include: Career Development, Education, Leadership and Personal.
  • Obtained leadership training through completion of the basic and primary non commissioned officers courses.
  • Contributed in tactics, leadership, land navigation, and new ideas for training.
  • Acquired skills in leadership, collaborating as a team member and critical thinking.
  • Planned and implemented training, leadership, and operational courses of action.
  • Served in a leadership role as brevet vehicle commander during deployment workups.
  • Experienced in teamwork and leadership.
  • Provided leadership to 10 team members, accomplished training exercises in support of accomplishing security-related duties pertaining to national defense.
  • Received and relayed information using a vehicle-mounted radio, clearly communicated with senior leadership and other convoy drivers.
  • Obeyed and followed all orders that were given -Developed strong leadership skills.
  • promoted from E1 through E4 Skills Used leadership skills

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24. Small Arms
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Here's how Small Arms is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Performed direct support and general support (DS/GS) maintenance and repairs on large and small arms, other infantry weapons.
  • Completed multiple combat life saver courses, various drivers training courses, expert badge awarded for use of small arms.
  • Served as a member of a combat team to employ small arms dismounted in support of offensive and defensive operations.
  • Trained in the use of small arms in all environments with emphasis in urban maneuvers and room clearing.
  • Maintained marksmanship proficiency of combat weapons ranging from small arms to .50 caliber weapon systems.
  • Facilitated over $8.5 million of small arms weapons and equipment for an organization.
  • Supervised, led and served as a member of an individual small arms team.
  • Qualified and trained in the operation and maintenance of small arms and assault weapons.
  • Credentialed as qualified sharpshooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Qualified and Certified Expert in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Trained expert with US and foreign small arms.
  • Certified company armorer and small arms repair.
  • Subject matter expert on small arms weapons.
  • Issued and received small arms.
  • Used small arms and can lay field wire.
  • Trained in various small arms, weapons, close quarter combat drills and use of various hand-held communication devices.
  • Trained in small arms and small teams operations Assigned to Iraq during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Served as technical expert and small arms repairer for an infantry rifle company.
  • Completed four combat tours Small arms combat
  • Fort Bragg, NC Company Armorer Conducts preventive maintenance on equipment, small arms, and carbines.

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25. US Army
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Here's how US Army is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Qualified to operate numerous army vehicles and maintained preservation on army vehicles to operating condition
  • Supervised daily activities within a 24x7x365 NOC (Network Operations Canter) environment of the US Army Regional Hub Node.
  • Conducted security operations for the 14,000 civilians and service members on Fort Carson, US army installation.
  • Served in US Army 5th Infantry division and was honorably discharged after completing term of service.
  • Sole US Army personnel to provide linguist support to the battalion during and after mission operations.
  • Worked alongside South Korean Army members and Koreans military members attached to the US Army.
  • Graduate of the Army's premier leadership course, US Army Ranger School.
  • Served with merit and high performance of rigorous Army training until Honorable Discharged.
  • Staff Sergeant/E-6 - US Army Responsible for recruiting, training and leading soldiers
  • Perform as a team member on a US Army infantry squad.
  • Perform all training required per US Army Infantry standards.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge from service in the US ARMY
  • Performed all duties as an Infantryman in US Army.
  • Operated several weapons systems belonging to the US Army.
  • Discharged honorably from the US Army with distinction.
  • Served as an Infantryman in the US Army.
  • Graduated from the US Army Ranger Leadership School.
  • Perform as a member of the US Army Infantry, the main land combat force and backbone of the Army.
  • Attended One Station Unit Training, US Army Infantry School, and Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia.
  • Drill Sergeant Serves as the primary instructor for new recruits entering the ranks of the US Army.

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26. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Licensed on five tactical and up-armored military vehicles; Combat Life Saver qualified, and trained on multiple radio-communication systems.
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Communicated with receiving operators to exchange military combat transmission instructions.
  • Attended USMC Combat Lifesaver Course/EMT National Certification.
  • Conduct combat operations in hostile environments.
  • Supported combat operations overseas as a squad automatic weapon gunner as well as team leader to 3 marines.
  • Trained to utilize U.S. Army Infantry hand to hand Combative's and Mixed Martial Arts tactics.
  • Led an infantry team of 7 members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Disassembled, cleaned, and loaded weapons and equipment for movement and use in combat.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns, rifles and other assorted combat weaponry.
  • Maintained proficiency in soldier skills, including combat training techniques and leadership methods.
  • Complete several combat missions while participating in the Operation Enduring Freedom Afghanistan Tour.
  • Fulfilled a range of duties for both combat and peacetime fields.
  • Led a team of four members in combat training operations.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Operated weapons and equipment in ground combat operations.
  • Train Marines for combat situations.
  • Implemented patrolling and surveillance techniques during simulated combat situations Operated and maintained several transport vehicles in a wide array of applications.
  • Recorded operational information on maps stateside and in combat theatre.
  • sed, mM5 ed%n stored combat weapons (e.g., riflA $machine gua, etc.)

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27. Infantry Unit
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Here's how Infantry Unit is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Accomplished, results-oriented military operations Specialist with 3 years success in an infantry unit.
  • Served as a member of an infantry unit of 10-20 persons, employing individual weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during the training and tactical employment of an infantry unit.
  • Performed the duties of rifleman, grenadier, assistant gunner and team leader in an infantry unit.
  • Learned how to work and persevere as a member of an Army infantry unit in challenging circumstances.
  • Supervised soldiers in an infantry unit and provided safety briefings and guidance to soldiers in the unit.
  • Lead, supervised, and served as a member of an infantry unit of 10-20 people.
  • Served as a certified instructor to train and evaluate USNG Infantry units in preparation of deployment.
  • Trained and traveled as a part of an infantry unit in the U.S. Army.
  • Led, supervised, and served as a member of a 4-16 infantry unit.
  • Led and served as a member of an infantry unit of 10-20 individuals.
  • Served as a Rifleman/Machine Gunner for an infantry unit consisting of 10-20 persons.
  • Fired weapons at enemy forces to support and assist other infantry units.
  • Assisted and participated in firearm and physical training of infantry unit.
  • Served as team member of an infantry unit of 10-20 soldiers.
  • Direct, train and lead infantry units in ground combat operations.
  • Re-entered light Infantry unit and trained in Air Assault.
  • Led and supervised an infantry unit of 20 personnel.
  • Served as a member of an infantry unit.
  • Served in a mechanized infantry unit.

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28. Physical Training
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Here's how Physical Training is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Compiled statistics and survey data regarding personnel physical training tests.
  • Supervised physical training activities, and evaluated squad-level performance.
  • Participated in combat simulated environments and physical training.
  • Participate in daily physical training program.
  • Educated and took part in extra physical training with other Soldiers in the Squadron who were below the physical standard.
  • Created and managed a monthly physical training program for 6 soldiers in my squad for over 2 years.
  • Increased physical training in organization by having a 90% passing rate on the physical training test.
  • Service included training in marksmanship, field safety, first aid, and physical training programs.
  • Solo land navigation, room clearing, first aid, physical training and team building exercises.
  • Trained and mentored a security team of four in combat simulated environments and physical training.
  • Learned many physical training exercises to maintain my physical body and mind.
  • Trained and prepared for combat, vehicle maintenance, physical training.
  • Achieved above-average ratings on the physical training test.
  • Supervised squad in physical training and daily duties.
  • Lead 30 soldiers in physical training.
  • Assisted and lead squad (5-6 people) and platoon size (25-30) physical training.
  • Train soldiers to perform combat exercises Perform Physical Training exercises
  • Used master fitness training to design a company physical training program that met the commander's battlefield goals.
  • Achieved Sharpshooter qualifications with M-16 A2 Scored near perfect on the Physical Training exam.
  • Provide security when needed Physical training Detain individuals Patrol assigned areas

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Here's how Army Service is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Discharged honorably with multiple Army achievement awards, not limited to Army Service Ribbon and Certificate of Achievement.
  • Received multiple award ribbons such as Army service ribbon and overseas service ribbon.
  • Awarded National defense service medal and Army service ribbon.
  • time in federal active duty- 4 months deployments- none awards- Army service ribbon, National defense service medal
  • Selected Accomplishments: * Assistant gunner * Anti-armorer specialist * National service medal * Army service ribbon

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30. Tactical Employment
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Here's how Tactical Employment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Direct squad's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations.
  • Supervised tactical employment of team in defensive, offensive, and retrograde operations.
  • Trained as fire team leader responsible for tactical employment/welfare of remaining squad members.
  • Directed a Fire Team's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations.
  • Machine gunner; carry out the tactical employment of the medium and, heavy machine guns, and their support vehicles.

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31. Process Prisoners
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Here's how Process Prisoners is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Process prisoners of war during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Process prisoners of war and captured documents.
  • Process prisoners of war andcaptured documents.
  • Process prisoners, and prepare and maintain records of prisoner bookings and prisoner status during booking and pre-trial process.
  • Process prisoners of war and captured documents Use, maintain and store combat weapons.
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions Process prisoners of war and captured documents.

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32. Military Equipment
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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Entrusted maintained organized military equipment valued over $3 million.
  • Maintained and kept accountability of vehicles and military equipment.
  • Entrusted with safe and efficient transportation of military equipment.
  • Maintained accountability for thousands of dollars of military equipment.
  • Ensured they were well equipped with the latest of military equipment and ensuring their equipment was always accounted for on missions.
  • Supervised the security and maintenance of $3 million in military equipment for 6 months with no damage or loss.
  • Served as an Assistant Armorer, responsible for securing and maintaining over $10 million worth of military equipment.
  • Managed and tracked over 300,000 dollars in military equipment disbursed throughout a group of 10 soldiers.
  • Maintained accountability for a variety of military equipment valued in excess of $1 million.
  • Maintain military equipment and ensure it's ready for deployment at moment's notice.
  • Processed and maintained all personal military equipment with the up most care.
  • Supervised the security of over $500,000 of highly sensitive military equipment.
  • Operated and maintained multiple weapons, wheeled vehicles and military equipment.
  • Test new military equipment in field operations.
  • Oversee military equipment worth over $35,000.
  • Performed field and sustainment level electronic calibration, maintenance, and repair on Military equipment.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of over $400,000 worth of military equipment for 1 and a half years.
  • Supervised and led a four man fire team during combat situations Accounted for and secured sensitive military equipment
  • Operated, maintained, and repaired said military equipments and weapons to accomplish all assigned operations.
  • Licensed on a multitude of military equipment from heaters to 5 ton Medium Tactical Vehicles.

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33. Basic Communication Functions
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Here's how Basic Communication Functions is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Used individual infantry weapons, laid field wire, performed basic communication functions and communication equipment.
  • Performed basic communication functions and controlled platoon communications equipment.
  • Perform basic communication functions with fellow employees or individually.
  • Mechanized infantry- Trained in first aid, infantry weapons, field fire, basic communication functions and communication equipment.
  • Perform basic communication functions & operate platoon communications equipment + Collect and report tactical information as a member of a reconnaissance patrol
  • Can perform basic communication functions and operate communication equipment such as field radios and telephones, or walkie/talkies.
  • Key Results: Employed, operated and maintained assigned weapons and equipment Performed basic communication functions and operated platoon communications equipment.
  • Performed basic communication functions and operated communication equipment Trained in detaining and unarming hostile and non hostile combatants in urban areas.

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34. Anti-Tank Mines
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Here's how Anti-Tank Mines is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Installed and recovered anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • 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).
  • Maintained and stored various combat weapons such as rifles, machine guns and anti-tank mines.
  • Employed, fired, and recovered anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns rifles anti-tank mines Upheld basic military operations and safety protocols in all performed tasks

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35. Maximum Versatility
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Here's how Maximum Versatility is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained calm under pressure and provided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncertain conditions.
  • Provided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncertain conditions.
  • Provided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncert ain conditions.
  • Trained in core standardizations of operations and awareness Provided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncertain conditions Four years of honorable military service
  • camp pendelton, CAProvided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncertain conditions.

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36. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Performed communication functions, and operated communication equipment, performed preventative maintenance on weapons, equipment and vehicles.
  • Maintained and performed daily preventative maintenance on complex anti-explosion troop carriers.
  • Preformed weekly preventative maintenance to insure vehicle operated safely and efficiently.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance on military equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on weapons.
  • Utilized camouflage to conceal weapons and personnel, performed land navigation, performed preventative maintenance on weapons, equipment and vehicles.
  • Planned and sequenced inspections and preventative maintenance on vehicle, weapons, and equipment before every exercise.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services on the weapon systems and vehicles under my responsibility.
  • Experience in small unit management, transportation, preventative maintenance, and emergency medical care.
  • Conduct Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on military vehicles and equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services on all equipment before and after every mission.
  • Perform breakdown and preventative maintenance on multiple class of firearms and weapons.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services before and after each trip.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment, vehicles and small arms.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks & services of weapon systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services to over 20 trucks
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all military-issued vehicles and equipment * Gained beneficial leadership training
  • Facilitated the use of radio equipment through preventative maintenance and proper setup.
  • Constructed and dismembered minor blockage and fortifications Performed preventative maintenance on equipments, vehicles, and weapons.

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37. Core Competencies
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Here's how Core Competencies is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained in the core competencies of military operations and personnel management both stateside and overseas.
  • Gained core competencies in operations and awareness.
  • Trained in core competencies of operations and awareness, weapons handling, and basic leadership skills.
  • Trained in core competencies of operations and awareness while employing skilled solutions for various situations.
  • Trained in core competencies of operations and awareness.
  • Trained in core competencies of operations andawareness.
  • Trained in core competencies of operations and awareness.Ability to think outside the box in physically and mentally taxing circumstances.

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38. Sensitive Items
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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Maintained accountability of sensitive items, and equipment.
  • Conduct variety of inventories on military sensitive items.
  • Developed equipment accountability and maintenance reports that resulted in 0% loss of equipment or sensitive items during my enlistment.
  • Served as Unit Armor and assured the safety and accountability of all weapons and sensitive items.
  • Participated in over 700 convoy missions guaranteeing safe arrival of VIP personnel and sensitive items.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of sensitive items, totaling over $50 million.
  • Managed and accounted for more than $750,000 worth of sensitive items.
  • Inventoried company, platoon, and squad equipment and sensitive items.
  • Performed security checks on equipment, personnel, and sensitive items.
  • Team Leader with emphasis on Sensitive items tracking
  • Maintained personal expensive, and sensitive items.
  • Complete inventory high value sensitive items.
  • insured one hundred percent inventory accountability of sensitive and non-sensitive items.
  • Maintained accountability of sensitive items Stayed physically and mentally fit.
  • Manage personel and individual assigned weapons/sensitive items.
  • Handle sensitive items through out a mission.
  • Fort Worth, TX Infantry 2009 to Current Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and Communication equipment.

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39. M4
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Here's how M4 is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Maintained many weapons systems ranging from my primary weapon the M4A1 to the javelin anti-armor missile launcher.
  • Passed weapon qualification at a high level with the M4 and the M249 weapon systems.
  • Learned basic infantrymen skills such as M4 marksmanship, combat lifesaving, and patrolling techniques.
  • Performed armed security force watch utilizing M4 rifle while performing regular hourly roving watch.
  • Qualified expert with an M4 assault rifle and 9mm handgun.
  • Perform maintenance on M4 and M320 grenade launcher.
  • Qualified Expert with M4 Carbine.
  • Operated weapon systems to include M4, M16, MK 19, .50 Cal, M249, M240, AT-4.
  • Trained in small arms including the M4, M14, 240B machine gun, M9 handgun, and 249 SAW.
  • Conducted weapons training on M2, MK19, ITAS, 240B, and M4 to increase unit readiness.
  • Trained on weapons (M4, M249, M240C, M240B, and M1911).
  • Armed with the M4A1 assault rifle and/or M9 pistol.
  • Qualified expert with the M4 carbine, Beretta M9 pistol, and the Mossberg M500 shotgun every year since enlistment.
  • Planned, developed and led the training with Department of Defense regulatory requirements for the M4 rifle and Stryker vehicles.
  • Completed 80- hour chemical and hazardous materials (NBC) management course Qualified Expert with M4 weapon system.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Awards with both the M4 Carbine and the M240B Machinegun.
  • Maintained the 240B and my personal m4 as well as made sure my squad has their PPE .

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Here's how Professional Support is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Provided professional support to superiors to accomplish their duties.

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42. Radio NET
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Here's how Radio NET is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Operate and maintain communication equipment on radio networks.
  • Operate and maintain communications equipment, enter, and operate in a radio net.
  • Functioned and maintained communications equipment in an active combat radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment, and operated radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communicationsequipment and operated in a radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment and operated in a radio net as Alpha Team Leader in Combat operations.
  • Assisted in the performance of reconnaissance operations Operated and maintained communications eqipment and operated in a radio net.
  • Machine gunner Rifleman Operate and maintain communications equipment and operates in a radio net.

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43. E-4
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Here's how E-4 is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Worked my way through the ranks to E-4 SPC where I am now a Team Leader in charge of several Soldiers.
  • United States Army Infantryman Deployed for 15 months to Iraq in a combat role Achieved rank of E-4 Honorably Discharged.
  • Promoted to Corporal (non-commissioned officer/E-4), and placed in charge of a team of 4 subordinate marines.
  • Received a foreign service award, airborne status, and advanced to the rank of Corporal (E-4)
  • Served 4 years' active duty; deployed twice; achieved the rank of E-4; honorably discharged.
  • Team leader supervising 4 man team with a strong work ethic while attaining E-4 Corporals rank.
  • Promoted to team leader at E-2 where normally it is awarded at the E-4 rank.
  • Advanced in rank from E-1 to E-4, increasing duties with each advancement.
  • Achieved: Specialist E-4, Presented Award for Solider of Excellence.
  • Gained the rank of Specialist E-4 and received an honorable discharge.
  • Achieved the rank of Corporal (E-4) and was Honorably Discharged
  • Received rank of Specialist 4th Class/E-4.
  • Obtained the rank of Corporal (E-4) from Private (E-1) in 26 months.
  • Advanced in Rank for E-1 to E-4 in less that two years.
  • Achieved the rank of Specialist (E-4) in only two years.
  • promoted to corporal (E-4) as a non-commissioned officer.
  • Establish footholds and keep them secure * Vast knowledge of many weapons * Made the rank of E-4 Specialist
  • Promoted to E-4 in december of 2010 and promoted to team leader in december of 2011.
  • Rank: Specialist E-4 Honorable Dishcharge
  • Pay Grade: E-4 Rank: Specialist Accountability of sensitive items in supply Authority roles over platoon members E-4 and below

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44. M249
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Here's how M249 is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained in close combat, operating M16A4 rifle, M203 grenade launcher and the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon.
  • Utilized and zeroed M-4, M240B, and M249SAW while engaging targets using night vision sights.
  • Maintained the cleanliness and serviceability of the M249 SAW which was vital to mission success.
  • Skilled as a rifleman for 6 months operated light machine gun M249 for 12 months.
  • Experienced as M249 automatic machine gunner, guard, and patrolman.
  • Qualified expert with the M249 SAW machine gun.
  • Served as a M249 Light Machine Gun Operator.
  • Served as Rifleman, Grenadier and M249 S.A.W.
  • Top scoring M249 Gunner in my Company.
  • Scored expert in all weapons m4, m240b, m249, at4, javelin, m9, 60/81/120mm mortar.
  • Obtained Expert in small arms training of the M16, M16A4, M9, M249 and M240G.
  • Maintained squad weapons such as M16, M249, M60, M203 crew weapons.
  • Maintained convoy security by manning a Humvee Turret with a 50 caliber Machinegun and M249 SAW.
  • Provided mentoring and guidance to new 240B and M249 Machine Gunners which increase jobperformance.
  • Operated equipment in high-stress situations.Responsibilities: My main job was a M249 gunner.

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45. Individual Training
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Here's how Individual Training is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Assisted Platoon Sergeant in developing and implementing individual training.
  • Provided individual training and maintenance of equipment.
  • Instructed classes to 153 Iraqi Soldiers during Iraq Ranger Advanced Individual Training; resulted in a 97% graduation.
  • Completed 14 weeks of One Station Unit Training, which included Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training.
  • Completed 15 weeks of basic combat training as well as advanced individual training.
  • Selected as the Distinguished Honor Graduate of Advanced Individual Training.
  • Completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training.
  • Developed leadership skills by serving as a squad leader in 8- week advancedindividual training.
  • Graduate from Basic Combat Training & Advance Individual Training 2010-2011 Deployed 2011-2012 to Iraq.
  • Completed basic and advanced individual training at Fort Benning, GA.
  • Attended Infantry Advanced Individual Training at Fort Benning, Georgia.
  • Graduated Basic Training in 2012 Graduated Advanced Individual Training in 2013
  • Completed Basic Training and Adv anced Individual Training for Infantry.

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46. Defensive Ground
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Here's how Defensive Ground is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained and proficient in employing individual and crew served weapons during offensive/defensive ground combat.
  • Utilized diverse military weapons systems during offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Assisted the Company Command Group light weapons team in offensive and defensive ground combat missions.
  • Lead and supervised a light weapons team in offensive and defensive ground combat missions.
  • Learned different tactics in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Employed individual weapons, machine guns,and anti-armor weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.

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47. Zero Loss
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Here's how Zero Loss is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised security for $10 million of highly sensitive equipment and weapons resulting in zero loss on a 9 month deployment.
  • Supervised and served as a member of a team to insure their safety resulting in zero loss in a 3-year period.
  • 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.
  • Supervised military vehicles and equipment worth over $1 million dollars resulting in zero loss of equipment during my supervision.
  • Supervised security for $100 thousand worth of highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a 3-year period.
  • Supervised security for $5 million of highly sensitive equipment resulting with zero loss in a two year period.
  • Supervised the use of highly sensitive and expensive equipment, with a zero loss during a 3 year period.
  • Have been held responsible for over 2 million dollars worth of military equipment with zero loss of any.
  • Supervised and accountable of $1,913,000.00 worth of government assets resulting in zero loss in a 6-month period.
  • Supervised and maintained $100,000 worth of sensitive equipment with zero loss in a 3 year span.
  • Maintained and accounted for over 3 million dollars worth of equipment with zero loss over 3 years.
  • Maintained eight thousand dollars in personal gear and equipment with zero loss over 2 years.
  • Supervised the security of $1 million of highly sensitive military equipment with zero loss.
  • Supervised soldiers and highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a 4-year period.
  • Accounted for equipment valued in excess of $400,000 with zero loss or damage.
  • Supervised an ammo turnover worth $20,000 resulting in a zero loss.
  • Reviewed vehicles service needs and scheduled maintenance resulting in zero loss.
  • Zero losses in a 1 year period.
  • Operated wheeled vehicles to transport personnel, equipment, and supplies Accounted for $100,000 in equipment with zero loss

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48. NCO
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  • Demonstrated skill in undercover operations as clandestine insurgent, targeting training units with unconventional warfare tactics.
  • Brief's significant events and activities to incoming watch-team personnel to ensure continuity of operation.
  • Instructed operating procedures to incoming personnel.
  • Promoted to the Operations Cell, at Battalion level, and was NCOIC of Air Movement Operations for over 1,500 soldiers.
  • Served as an Infantryman (0311), Battalion Training NCO, Security Specialist, S3 Operations.
  • Fulfilled all jobs encompassed in the infantry platoon including being appointed squad leader with eight subordinates.
  • Monitored the incoming of vehicles into JBLM keeping soldiers and families living in base safe.
  • Worked as admin NCO with Secretary of the General Staff, FT Carson, CO.
  • Trained multiple incoming personnel on how to shoot, move and communicate in a team.
  • Process incoming mail to ensure its arrival at intended destination in timely manner.
  • Mentored incoming soldiers into unit: trained, instilled discipline and tact.
  • Troop Training Room NCO responsible for all personnel and administrative actions.
  • Performed duties of NCOIC in a military detainee compound.
  • Conducted searches on incoming personnel and vehicles.
  • Instructed incoming soldiers on current weapon systems Conduct battlefield tracking of multiple elements
  • Served as the principal noncommissioned officer in an infantry company.
  • Assumed responsibility for the training, welfare, morale and combat readiness of Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and Soldiers.
  • Named 521st CERP Battalion 2014 Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
  • Maintained positive control of over $1 Million worth of equipment * Trained incoming soldiers *Logged over 10,000 miles driving in Iraq
  • Transported lower enlisted, NCO's, officers and Military personnel from different countries safely and with no complaints or injuries.

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49. Map Overlays
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Here's how Map Overlays is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Utilized maps and map overlays, evaluated terrain and determined elevation.
  • Used maps and map overlays, performed intersection and resection, and determined elevation and grid azimuths.
  • Operated, maintained communication equipment; knowledge of maps and map overlays.
  • Trained and educated in the use of maps and map overlays.
  • Determined elevation and grid azimuths with maps and map overlays.
  • Used maps and map overlays, performed intersection and resection.
  • Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.Determined elevation and grid azimuths with maps and map overlays.

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50. Tactical Operations
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Here's how Tactical Operations is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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 with ought loss of property.
  • Supervised and trained over 1,200 Marines in multifaceted tactical operations.
  • Operated and maintained essential equipment for vital tactical operations.
  • Operated and maintained sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations
  • Engaged identified insurgents during tactical operations.
  • Support and participation in tactical operations.
  • Assisted in the development a tactical operations manual to be our standard operating procedures for the PSD team.
  • Supervised several soldiers; to include crew drills; while interacting in strategic and tactical operations.
  • Appropriated initiative upkeep of assigned Military Tactical Operations and Equipment in excess of $30,000.
  • Supervised soldiers in the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) in Iraq (2004).
  • Job Description: In a squad trained to use tactical procedures and tactical operations.
  • Maintained entire tactical operations center computer systems with a 99.9% up- time.
  • Train on weapons systems and tactical operations given by the unit.
  • Assisted Special Forces with strategic planning and tactical operations.
  • Plan and execute tactical operations such as raids.
  • Trained as a driver, radio/telephonic operator, and a tactical operations center assistant with the battalion headquarters company.
  • Mechanized Infantry All military enlisted tactical operations and air/weapons specialists and crewmembers not listed separately.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Infantryman

Weapon Systems

25.9%

Communications Equipment

7.8%

Medal

7.7%

Safety Protocols

7.5%

Reconnaissance

6.1%

Platoon

5.7%

Machine Guns

5.6%

Situational Training Exercises

4.0%

Army Achievement

3.0%

Honorable Discharge

3.0%

Physical Fitness

2.9%

Route Clearance

2.5%

Assault

2.5%

Infantry Positions

2.5%

Army Commendation

2.5%

Commander

2.4%

Hand Grenades

2.2%

Terrorism

2.1%

Boundary Surveys

2.0%

Ribbon

2.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Infantryman

Rank Skill
1 Weapon Systems 18.8%
2 Communications Equipment 5.7%
3 Medal 5.6%
4 Safety Protocols 5.4%
5 Reconnaissance 4.4%
6 Platoon 4.2%
7 Machine Guns 4.1%
8 Situational Training Exercises 2.9%
9 Army Achievement 2.2%
10 Honorable Discharge 2.2%
11 Physical Fitness 2.1%
12 Route Clearance 1.8%
13 Assault 1.8%
14 Infantry Positions 1.8%
15 Army Commendation 1.8%
16 Commander 1.8%
17 Hand Grenades 1.6%
18 Terrorism 1.5%
19 Boundary Surveys 1.5%
20 Ribbon 1.5%
21 Technical Guidance 1.4%
22 Basic Training 1.3%
23 Leadership 1.3%
24 Small Arms 1.2%
25 US Army 1.2%
26 Combat 1.0%
27 Infantry Unit 1.0%
28 Physical Training 1.0%
29 Army Service 1.0%
30 Tactical Employment 0.9%
31 Process Prisoners 0.9%
32 Military Equipment 0.9%
33 Basic Communication Functions 0.9%
34 Anti-Tank Mines 0.9%
35 Maximum Versatility 0.9%
36 Preventative Maintenance 0.9%
37 Core Competencies 0.9%
38 Sensitive Items 0.8%
39 M4 0.8%
40 Professional Support 0.8%
41 Communications Links 0.8%
42 Radio NET 0.8%
43 E-4 0.8%
44 M249 0.7%
45 Individual Training 0.7%
46 Defensive Ground 0.7%
47 Zero Loss 0.7%
48 NCO 0.7%
49 Map Overlays 0.7%
50 Tactical Operations 0.7%
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