Top Infantryman Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Infantryman. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Infantryman resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.1% of Infantryman resumes contained Weapon Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Infantryman actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Weapon Systems

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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained in multiple different environments, utilizing various different military weapon systems, as well as other military equipment/technology.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on various weapon systems and standard operating procedures.
  • Conducted live-fire training with several weapon systems and learned to safely and effectively operate them.
  • Conducted maintenance and repairs to multiple sophisticated weapon systems and equipment.
  • Maintained and operated numerous weapon systems, including Bradley fighting vehicle
  • Performed emergency maintenance on four different weapon systems.
  • Operate numerous military weapon systems and vehicles.
  • Performed emergency maintenance on five weapon systems.
  • Operated weapon systems under various conditions.
  • Perform superior proficiency in weapon systems.
  • Specialized in numerous weapon systems.
  • Operated complex computerized weapon systems.
  • Trained soldiers in basic infantry skills, marksmanship, land navigation, weapon systems, radio operation and radio communications.
  • Remained proficient at all times in the use and deployment of all infantryman weapon systems, equipment, and tasks.
  • Trained team members on safety, maintenance, troubleshooting, and the capabilities of many types of weapon systems.
  • Operate and maintain weapons such as rifles, machine guns, Bradley fighting vehicles along with their weapon systems.
  • Operated, mounted, dismounted, zeroed, and engaged targets using assigned weapon systems and night vision sights.
  • Identify and eliminate breaks in security by observing all positions and adjusting by moving personnel or weapon systems.
  • Worked with multiple weapon systems to include safety and maintenance of each system, trained in first aid.
  • Served as a member of range training cadre and certified on various small and large caliber weapon systems.

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2. 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.
  • Received the Expert Infantryman Badge, a highly coveted award in the US Army Infantry and Special Operations community.
  • Conducted security operations for the 14,000 civilians and service members on Fort Carson, US army installation.
  • Protected and transported millions of dollars worth of US Army equipment and weapons across Middle East.
  • Sole US Army personnel to provide linguist support to the battalion during and after mission operations.
  • Served in US Army 5th Infantry division and was honorably discharged after completing term of service.
  • Worked alongside South Korean Army members and Koreans military members attached to the US Army.
  • Represented the US Army in flag ceremonies, community events, and public celebrations.
  • 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.
  • Utilized knowledge of Personnel Weapon Systems and US Army EOD training.
  • Developed and audited courses taught at the US Army Infantry School.
  • Enlisted in the US Army to enter Special Forces Training.
  • Served in the US Army for 8 years combined active/reserve.
  • Performed all duties as an Infantryman in US Army.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge from service in the US ARMY
  • Operated several weapons systems belonging to the US Army.

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3. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Operated and maintained 6 types of field communications equipment and participating in basic reconnaissance operations and air insertion operations.
  • Operated communications equipment, from programming the radio to relaying information effectively while controlling the network security.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment assessing need for and directing supporting fire missions, placing explosives.
  • Reported to middle and executive management on the status of organization communications equipment maintenance and training.
  • Provided computer skills and communications equipment training to officers of the provincial security forces.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment; and participating in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Applied land navigation and communications equipment to locate positions and detect terrain features.
  • Utilized communications equipment to share intelligence information with squad leaders.
  • Operate communications equipment, calibrate and troubleshoot electronics related faults.
  • Operate and maintain communications equipment in combat and training scenarios.
  • Performed operation and maintenance of field communications equipment.
  • Installed and operated communications equipment.
  • Maintain all unit equipment; vehicles, communications equipment, tools, night vision devices, weapons, electronic equipment.
  • Trained on airborne operations, aircraft safety, vehicle, weapons and communications equipment maintenance.
  • Performed operator level maintenance on turret, weapons, controls, and communications equipment.
  • Operate and maintain field communications equipment, weapons and larger weapon systems.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment worth more than $1.5 million.
  • Maintained accountability for $175,000 worth of vehicle and communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained $5,000 worth of communications equipment.
  • Operated communications equipment as RTO and TALK manager.

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4. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Recognized for heroic achievement within a hostile environment and awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
  • Received The Army Achievement Medal for exceptionally meritorious service, leadership, technical and tactical competence.
  • 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.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal recognizing core leadership, teamwork and consistently exceeding project objectives
  • Received Good Conduct medal and Navy Commendation medal with Combat Distinguishing device.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for outstanding performance during Operation Resolute Support.
  • Received an Army Accommodation Medal for motivation during annual training.
  • Received Army Commendation and Good Conduct medals for exemplary performance.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for exemplary performance during overseas operations.
  • Received Expeditionary Medal, and Certificate of Appreciation.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for Valor for extracting wounded soldiers from an outpost that had been destroyed by enemy explosives.
  • Received decorations and awards including Meritorious Mast, Certificate of Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon, and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Earned 3 grade promotions, a Good Conduct Medal, an Army Achievement Medal, and other unit awards.
  • 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.
  • Recognized by supervisors for excellent performance and awarded the Army Commendation Medal for actions during Operation Enduring Freedom XII.
  • Recognized by supervisor and awarded Army Good Conduct Medal for following rules of the organization without any bad conduct.
  • Awarded the Good Conduct Medal for over three years of service with no disciplinary action or negative evaluation reports.
  • Awarded the Army Accommodation Medal, and the Combat Infantry Badge for serving a one year tour in Iraq.

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5. 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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6. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained property inventory reports & supervised maintenance of platoon s equipment by ensuring it was prepared for immediate deployment.
  • Operated in a platoon and subordinate unit to establish and maintain security of nuclear/biological/chemical reconnaissance assets.
  • 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.
  • Briefed commanders and platoon leaders of communication assets and capabilities for training missions.
  • Provided Medical care to platoon and squad sized elements during Operation EnduringFreedom.
  • Provided security detail to ensure safety to multiple platoons during deployment activities.
  • Served as designated squad automatic rifleman for an airborne infantry platoon.
  • Selected for Recon platoon providing reconnaissance and other specialized missions.
  • Assisted Platoon Sergeant in developing and implementing individual training.
  • Coordinated line platoon radio operators to ensure proper communications.
  • Assisted platoon/company medics in treating and preventing casualties.
  • Managed preventive maintenance logs on platoons communication equipment.
  • Create roster designating equipment dispersed throughout platoon.
  • Radio operator in battalion recon platoon.
  • Work cohesively within fire team/squad/platoon.
  • Experienced in all jobs in an infantry platoon: Team Leader, RTO, rifleman, grenadier, and automatic rifleman.
  • Carried out all duties assigned to me by chain of command, filled team and squad leader positions in the platoon.
  • Served as a Rifleman and Machine Gunner in an Infantry Rifle Platoon working my way up from Private to Team Leader.
  • Perform as a Platoon Sergeant, leading junior Marines and caring for their welfare and well being are taken care of.

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7. Machine Guns

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Here's how Machine Guns is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • 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 on multiple radio-communication systems and proficient in weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons.
  • Trained and qualified as on expert in small arms assault, weapons, and machine guns.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of Carbines, Rifles, grenade launchers, and machine guns.
  • Helped in the repair of damaged weapons ranging from small arms to heavy machine guns.
  • 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.
  • Provided maintenance and repair expertise for light, medium, and heavy machine guns
  • Trained with various weapons to include Machine Guns, Pistols, Rocket launchers.
  • 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.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, tow missile system.
  • Support ground infantry troops with heavy machine guns.
  • Trained fellow soldiers on machine guns.

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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.
  • Pull security, an attack, defense situational training exercises, and all infantry dis mounted 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 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. Basic Reconnaissance Operations

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Here's how Basic Reconnaissance Operations is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Collected and reported tactical information during basic reconnaissance operations to build skills needed for real life events.
  • Performed strategic and tactical planning, including battle plan development, and leading basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Place explosives in proper area for storage; participating in basic reconnaissance operations
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to Squad Leader.
  • Participate in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Assessed need for, and directed, supporting fire; joined basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Performed minesweeping activities on land and participated in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Participate in basic reconnaissance operations Locate, construct, and camouflage infantry positions and equipment Assess need for and direct supporting fire

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10. Honorable Discharge

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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Received an Honorable Discharge along with other accomplishments.
  • Received Honorable Discharge upon completion of enlistment.
  • Completed five years of service with an honorable discharge at the rank of E-5 (Sergeant).
  • Returned to United States in 2008 and ended term of service with Honorable Discharge in 2009.
  • Trained Iraqi police on the proper use of multiple weapons and Obtained my Honorable Discharge.
  • Entered detainees into BATS System * Honorable Discharge with Awards and Decorations for meritorious service
  • Fulfilled my duty to country and left on free will, with honorable discharge.
  • Received an honorable discharge and can provide a DD214 with awards upon request.
  • Received an honorable discharged after completion of my time in service.
  • Reason for leaving: Honorable Discharge Hours Per Week: 60+
  • Served with pride and distinction, earning an Honorable Discharge
  • Experienced in the use of small unit tactics.HONORABLE DISCHARGE
  • Completed 3 years of service with honorable discharge.
  • Fulfilled my contract while earning an Honorable Discharge.
  • United States Army Infantry w/ Honorable Discharge
  • Received honorable discharge and multiple awards.
  • Rank at honorable discharge: Sergeant
  • Certificate for training cadets at West Point Military Academy Honorable Discharge upon completion of service enlistment
  • Assembled and disassemble weapons systems for repair Honorable Discharge
  • Fort Benning / Fort Monmouth / Camp Casey Korea Honorable discharge with numerous unit and Presidential citations.

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11. Physical Fitness

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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Followed orders and expectations, maintained a professional, inspection-ready appearance, and demonstrated a continuously high standard of physical fitness.
  • Achieved and maintained First Class rated physical fitness for entirety of military career through time management and dedication.
  • Conducted other military operations such as surveillance and security, instructed physical fitness and weapons safety classes.
  • Exceeded maximum requirements for expected physical fitness in accordance with U.S. Army regulations.
  • Maintained high level of physical fitness and operated mentally challenging environments.
  • Directed physical fitness seminars to educate and inspire others.
  • Led and participated in daily physical fitness exercises.
  • Participated in daily group physical fitness training.
  • Created/Implemented a Physical Fitness Plan.
  • Performed physical fitness training daily.
  • Maintained a high level of physical fitness, mental toughness and knowledge of assigned equipment and skill level one Infantry tasks.
  • Performed daily regimen of physical fitness to include running, push-ups, sit-ups, road marches and lightweight training.
  • Maintained high standards of soldiering (physical fitness, the uniform, living quarters, and deployment readiness).
  • Received several Physical Fitness Awards; 2 Army Achievement Medals, Expert Rifle, and a Driver's Badge.
  • Remain ready to defend America against her enemies through daily physical fitness training and practice of battle drills.
  • Trained and lead elements of nine to 30 soldiers in both field training exercises and physical fitness daily.
  • Ensured all Army quality standards were met regarding equipment, combat, survival, navigation and physical fitness.
  • Implemented a physical fitness program which resulted in a 275 out of 300 point average for my team.
  • Maintained peak physical condition and receive or conduct physical fitness exercises as needed on a daily basis.
  • Completed fitness training every morning to maintain a high level of physical fitness to remain combat ready.

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12. Route Clearance

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Here's how Route Clearance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Analyzed and evaluated maps, data, and patterns to establish solid route clearance and reduce loss of life.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Provided security during patrols, route clearance, and key leader engagements.

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13. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Assisted in market research and analysis of recruiting territory and made appropriate recommendations to the station commander to maximize recruiting efforts.
  • Maintained all safety related documentation for Unit; conducted inspections/audits of unit safety programs and advised Commanders on best practices.
  • Coordinated with the commander to standardize service member job duties and responses pertaining to developing and maintaining tight security perimeters.
  • Access to sensitive information and worked directly under Company Commander and Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Company.
  • Provided risk analysis and mitigation to Unit Commander; conducted investigations into all safety related incidents/accidents.
  • Submitted formal expenditure and status reports to commanders using an integrated supply-chain management software system.
  • Assisted commanders at all levels with monitoring the unit organization on equal opportunity climate.
  • Advised commanders and military personnel on complaint resolution procedures both formal and informal.
  • Operated as direct personal security for the Company Commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Conducted wide scale reconnaissance and surveillance operations, and provided intelligence to the commander
  • Served under the Battalion Commander and Sergeant Major on their personal security detail
  • Provided Security for the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit Commander during Operation Anaconda.
  • Company commander's radio operator; responsible for all company communications.
  • Worked directly under Company First Sergeant and Company Commander.
  • Served as a fire team leader and gun truck commander directly responsible for the welfare and readiness of two Jr.
  • Doubled as a radio operator to aid in the communication between the commander, headquarters, and operational units.
  • Served as vehicle commander for mounted patrols responsible for the safety of marines in my vehicle and equipment maintenance.
  • Served as a Commander's Driver and Radio Telephone Operator, Automatic Rifleman, and a M240 Gunner.
  • Assisted Commander and First Sergeant with organizational administrative tasks, evaluations, awards, and training coordination.
  • Served as primary instructor certifying Marines assigned to GDSF in Patrol Leader and React Commander billets.

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14. Reconnaissance Missions

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Here's how Reconnaissance Missions is used in 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.
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions and surveillance operations.
  • Assisted and provided security on reconnaissance missions.
  • Participated in various reconnaissance missions.
  • Assisted in successful reconnaissance missions.
  • Conducted effective reconnaissance missions and security patrols an infantry scout assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division near the DMZ S. Korea.
  • Assisted in the planning of reconnaissance missions, coordinated communications with ground commanders, and advised ground leaders on mission routes.
  • Led over 300 combat patrols consisting reconnaissance missions and counter improvised explosive device (IED) mission.
  • Served on a sniper/spotter team during reconnaissance missions, and as a gunner while on mounted patrols.
  • Assisted in reconnaissance missions, and in the mobilization of vehicles, troops, and weaponry.
  • Assist the squad and team leader in leading short and long range reconnaissance missions.
  • Assisted in reconnaissance missions and surveillance operations, and provided intelligence to the commander.
  • Aided in mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry, executed reconnaissance missions.
  • Assisted in reconnaissance missions including the deployment of Joint Security Task Force Bravo.
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions, operate two-way radios and signal equipment.

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15. 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.
  • Maintained weapons systems, such as rifles, machine guns, 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.
  • Operate, inspect, and maintain weapons, such as rifles, machine guns, mortars, and hand grenades.

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16. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Performed terrorism awareness and force protection measures and navigated along designated routes.
  • Supervised teams in support of security and installation anti-terrorism operations.
  • Conducted security and anti-terrorism operations.
  • Awarded an honorable discharge, Army Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Iraq Campaign Medal.
  • 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.
  • Initial award of the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (GWOTSM) will be limited to airport security operations
  • Awarded the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon
  • Completed Leading Marines, IED Awareness, Combat Patrolling and Terrorism Awareness courses from The Marine Corps Institute.
  • Completed various training exercises in Italy and Germany and participated in the Global War and Terrorism Iraq war.
  • 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.
  • Earned Army Commendation Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal and Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Conducted daily patrols of the city as part of the War on Terrorism mission.
  • Served in the United States Army to support the ongoing war on terrorism.
  • Trained Iraqi police and Army with necessary skills in fighting terrorism.
  • Provided security and anti-terrorism support as a member of the U.S.S.
  • Trained in rifle marksmanship and counter terrorism.

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17. Ribbon

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Here's how Ribbon is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Discharged honorably with multiple Army achievement awards, not limited to Army Service Ribbon and Certificate of Achievement.
  • Received numerous service awards including Combat Action, Sea Service Deployment, and Humanitarian ribbons.
  • Received multiple award ribbons such as Army service ribbon and overseas service ribbon.
  • Decorated with numerous awards and overseas assignment ribbons.
  • Earned the Kentucky Commendation Ribbon while preforming maintenance tasks in Camp Dodge, IA.
  • Received GWOT Ribbon, NDS Ribbon, ASR, Sharpshooter Badge

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18. Topographical Information

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Here's how Topographical Information is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Evaluate terrain and record topographical information; operating and maintaining field communications equipment; assessing need for and directing supporting fire.
  • Conducted thorough evaluation of terrain, prepared documentation on topographical information, and assessed needs for directing and supporting fire.
  • Evaluated terrain and recorded topographical information during training and land navigation becoming an expert, and teaching subordinates these skills.
  • Recorded topographical information and provided logistical support for combat operations resulting in over 100 successful missions.
  • Evaluated terrain and recorded topographical information by taking pictures or video utilizing unmanned aerial systems.
  • Evaluated terrain, recorded topographical information and constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment.
  • Evaluated terrain and recorded topographical information for over 200 missions in Afghanistan.
  • Performed evaluating terrain and recording topographical information in response to mission support.
  • Evaluated terrain and recorded topographical information for basic reconnaissance purposes.
  • Evaluate terrain and recognize topographical information using a map.
  • Evaluated terrain and recorded topographical information for plan implementation
  • Evaluate assigned terrain and record topographical information to ensure safety and wellbeing of Soldiers and to complete the designated operations.
  • Do basic maintenance on vehicles before the crew did full maintenance Evaluating terrain and recording topographical information.

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19. 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, 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 tactical and technical guidance, requests and observes.

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20. 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.
  • Achieved infantry position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 6 weeks of intensive specialized infantry training.
  • Selected as a leader of ten soldiers in basic training providing direction, priorities of work and time management.
  • Awarded Infantryman position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 15 weeks AIT training.
  • Enlisted as a soldier and was sent to Georgia to attend basic training and infantry school.
  • Completed United States Army Basic Training, and graduated from United States Army Infantry School.
  • Completed Army Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training as a 11B, Infantryman
  • Completed United States Army Infantry Basic Training and Signal Corps Training.
  • Completed basic training, learning valuable mental and physical skills.
  • Graduated from Basic Training in the top five of class.
  • Awarded 11Bravo position at the culmination of 16-week basic training.
  • Graduated Army Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training for infantryman.
  • Completed Basic Training with the third highest physical training score.
  • Completed Basic Training and OSUT with the U.S. Army.
  • Graduated Top 3 in an Infantry Basic Training Battalion.
  • Accomplished Army Basic Training and Infantry School.
  • Top 5 graduate of Army basic training.
  • Graduated from Basic Training and AIT.

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21. 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.
  • Trained in small arms operations, urban assault tactics, as well as operation of the M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
  • Completed multiple combat life saver courses, various drivers training courses, expert badge awarded for use of small arms.
  • Trained in the use of small arms in all environments with emphasis in urban maneuvers and room clearing.
  • Supervised, led and served as a member of an individual small arms team.
  • Facilitated over $8.5 million of small arms weapons and equipment for an organization.
  • Qualified and trained in the operation and maintenance of small arms and assault weapons.
  • Trained in basic Operations of small arms and equipment in ground combat operations.
  • Performed maintenance on small arms, radio equipment, and night vision devices.
  • Conducted countless small arms and cruise serve weapon ranges with no incidents.
  • Credentialed as qualified sharpshooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Qualified and Certified Expert in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Qualified sharp shooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Trained expert with US and foreign small arms.
  • Subject matter expert on small arms weapons.
  • Certified company armorer and small arms repair.
  • Serviced small arms weapons in theater i.e.
  • Used small arms and can lay field wire.
  • Train with small arms, first-aid maintain physical readiness small unit exercises leadership courses honorabledischarge
  • Trained in various small arms, weapons, close quarter combat drills and use of various hand-held communication devices.

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22. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Used cultural and linguistic subject-matter expertise to inform stakeholders on tribal dynamics in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan during a combat deployment.
  • Licensed on five tactical and up-armored military vehicles; Combat Life Saver qualified, and trained on multiple radio-communication systems.
  • Performed as a member of a fire team during combat and training exercises.led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements.
  • Performed combat operations that required continuous driving up to 26 hours while avoiding improvised explosive devices and innocent civilians.
  • Conducted map/terrain analysis and route selection for combat security patrols through hostile areas.
  • Participated and completed training exercises in combat lifesaving and minor medical aid.
  • Collected and reported tactical information as member of combat or reconnaissance patrol.
  • Communicated effectively on radios during combat scenarios and other training exercises.
  • Conducted defensive and offensive combat operations in urban and mountain terrain.
  • Provided specialized weapons training to units for upcoming combat deployments.
  • Communicated with receiving operators to exchange military combat transmission instructions.
  • Implemented strategic initiatives in combat zones alongside superiors and subordinates.
  • Maintained and deployed combat weapons and sensitive technical equipment.
  • Completed over 30 combat missions and convey security operations.
  • Detained suspected combatants for questioning and possible arrest.
  • Conduct equipment maintenance to ensure combat readiness.
  • Conducted Combat Operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Maintain combat readiness and mission specific equipment.
  • Attended USMC Combat Lifesaver Course/EMT National Certification.
  • Trained for combat and peacekeeping operations.

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23. Physical Training

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Here's how Physical Training is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Facilitated physical training, time management, responsibility, quality assurance, and computer training for new personnel.
  • 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.
  • Lead remedial physical training sessions for recovering soldiers.
  • Conducted physical training exercise sessions for struggling soldiers.
  • Maintained Military standards for Physical Training.
  • Participate in daily physical training program.
  • Trained soldiers on essential tasks related to weapons safety, military bearing, combat operations, physical training, and leadership.
  • 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.
  • Completed leadership courses, rifle marksmanship, character building courses, as well as physical training requirements.
  • Increased physical training in organization by having a 90% passing rate on the physical training test.
  • Solo land navigation, room clearing, first aid, physical training and team building exercises.
  • Determined plan of attack for individual missions, ensure subordinates met or exceeded physical training standards.
  • Service included training in marksmanship, field safety, first aid, and physical training programs.
  • Trained and mentored a security team of four in combat simulated environments and physical training.
  • Conducted daily physical training (PT); in and out of the field.
  • Learned many physical training exercises to maintain my physical body and mind.
  • Planned and conducted physical training of 10-40 persons 5 days per week.

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24. Tactical Employment

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Here's how Tactical Employment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during the training and tactical employment of an infantry unit.
  • 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.
  • Exercised personal judgment and strategy to direct team's tactical employment during both offensive and defensive operations.

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25. 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 of war and captured documents Use, maintain and store combat weapons.
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions Process prisoners of war and captured documents.
  • Process prisoners of war and captured documents.

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26. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Trained continuously with military equipment & tools, inventoried personal military equipment for all missions and training activities.
  • Trained foreign nationals in military tactics and operations of military equipment with a language barrier.
  • Assisted with accountability of Supply records of high-end dollar Military Equipment.
  • Reorganized military equipment resulting in better efficiency for the organization.
  • Entrusted maintained organized military equipment valued over $3 million.
  • Accounted for and maintained sensitive military equipment and weapons.
  • Maintained and kept accountability of vehicles and military equipment.
  • Entrusted with safe and efficient transportation of military equipment.
  • Performed maintenance and maintained care of expensive military equipment.
  • Maintained accountability for thousands of dollars of military equipment.
  • Maintained Accountability over 100 Million dollars of Military equipment.
  • Operated military equipment during high-stress situations.
  • Ensured they were well equipped with the latest of military equipment and ensuring their equipment was always accounted for on missions.
  • Supervised six personnel to maintain and account for more than $6M of sensitive military equipment in a rapidly changing environment.
  • 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.
  • Troubleshooted multiple types of military equipment such as heavy weapons, vehicles, and radios.
  • 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.

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27. 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.
  • Perform basic communication functions with fellow employees or individually.
  • Performed basic communication functions and utilized communication equipment.
  • Mechanized infantry- Trained in first aid, infantry weapons, field fire, basic communication functions and communication equipment.
  • Can perform basic communication functions and operate communication equipment such as field radios and telephones, or walkie/talkies.

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28. 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).
  • 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
  • Installed and recovered anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.

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29. 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.
  • Provided maximum versatility in chaotic and uncertain conditions employing a variety of methods to support team members.

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30. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained Vehicle with preventative maintenance measures - Proficient on all weapons assigned to company - Followed constantly changing policies
  • 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.
  • Experience conducting preventative maintenance checks and inspections of vehicles and equipment.
  • Preformed weekly preventative maintenance to insure vehicle operated safely and efficiently.
  • 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.
  • Maintained and operated weapon systems, communications, vehicle preventative maintenance and checks prior to conducting combat missions.
  • 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.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services on all equipment before and after every mission.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks on vehicles before and after each trip to the field.
  • Conduct Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on military vehicles and equipment.
  • Performed navigation, and preventative maintenance for the team, its equipment and personnel.
  • Perform breakdown and preventative maintenance on multiple class of firearms and weapons.
  • Perform daily preventative maintenance checks, inspections, minor repairs and adjustments.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services before and after each trip.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment, vehicles and small arms.

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31. 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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32. Sensitive Items

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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Maintained complete accountability through redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment exceeding $50,000 in value.
  • 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.
  • Organized and annotated storage of sensitive items.
  • Developed equipment accountability and maintenance reports that resulted in 0% loss of equipment or sensitive items during my enlistment.
  • Accounted for all assigned property-book and sensitive items including: vehicle, weapons, issued-gear, and radio equipment.
  • Maintained companies high value sensitive Items - Trained in combat arms; Airborne operations - Operated company headquarters
  • Conducted accountability of over one million dollars' worth of sensitive items, tools, and weaponry.
  • 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.
  • Conduct monthly 100% inventory of all weapons and sensitive items by serial number.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of more than $1 million worth of sensitive items.
  • Secured high explosives and sensitive items for 3 months without loss or mishap.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of sensitive items, totaling over $50 million.
  • Managed receipt, storage and issue of ammunition processes and other sensitive items.
  • Managed and accounted for more than $750,000 worth of sensitive items.
  • Performed inventory of sensitive items, supplies, and miscellaneous items.
  • Performed security checks on equipment, personnel, and sensitive items.

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33. 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.
  • Lead a Squad size element during multiple live fire qualifications across various weapon platforms to include: M4.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Badge for multiple weapon systems including the M4A1, M320, and M240B 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.
  • Performed armed security force watch utilizing M4 rifle while performing regular hourly roving watch.
  • Qualified for Mortar gun system, crew served and individual uses of M4 rifle.
  • Qualified expert with an M4 assault rifle and 9mm handgun.
  • Perform maintenance on M4 and M320 grenade launcher.
  • Qualified Expert with M4 Carbine.
  • Trained in small arms including the M4, M14, 240B machine gun, M9 handgun, and 249 SAW.
  • Operated weapon systems to include M4, M16, MK 19, .50 Cal, M249, M240, AT-4.
  • Scored expert in all weapons m4, m240b, m249, at4, javelin, m9, 60/81/120mm mortar.
  • 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.

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34. Professional Support

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

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36. Radio NET

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Here's how Radio NET is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Operate and maintain communication equipment on radio networks.
  • Functioned and maintained communications equipment in an active combat radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communicationsequipment and operated in a radio net.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment and radio net frequencies.
  • 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.

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37. 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.
  • Rank: E-4* As a chemical surveyor, tested air quality in the field for contaminants and other potential hazards.
  • 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.
  • Received an HONORABLE discharge as a Corporal (E-4, Non-commissioned officer) of Marines.
  • Advanced in rank from E-1 to E-4, increasing duties with each advancement.
  • Achieved: Specialist E-4, Presented Award for Solider of Excellence.
  • Promoted to rank of E-4 Specialist/Corporal when ended time in service.
  • Gained the rank of Specialist E-4 and received an honorable discharge.
  • Received honorable discharge at the rank of E-4 (Corporal).
  • Achieved the rank of Corporal (E-4) and was Honorably Discharged
  • Received Honorable Discharge, E-4 status with good conduct accommodation.
  • 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.

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38. 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.
  • 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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39. Individual Training

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Here's how Individual Training is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Developed leadership skills by serving as a squad leader in 8- week advancedindividual training.
  • Completed basic and advanced individual training at Fort Benning, GA.
  • Attended Infantry Advanced Individual Training at Fort Benning, Georgia.

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40. 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.
  • Served as a member of an infantry unit of 10-20 persons, employing individual weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Learned different tactics in offensive and defensive ground combat.

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41. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Determined sequences for loading materials and organized incoming shipments for maximum space utilization, safety considerations, and damage protection.
  • Trained incoming personnel in methods and procedures of maintenance, accountability, and physical security and access procedures.
  • 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 multiple radio operating courses to both incoming and already seasoned personnel.
  • Inspected all incoming vehicles for explosive devices or other unauthorized materials.
  • Encouraged/Assisted persons with additional training and supplemental education programs.
  • Preformed duties in controlled and uncontrollable hostile work environments.
  • Performed a professional demeanor while encountering daily customer interactions.
  • Trained incoming personnel on standard procedures and reporting system.
  • Provided administrative support for incoming and fellow soldiers.
  • Instructed operating procedures to incoming personnel.
  • Trained incoming personnel on vehicle safety.
  • Promoted to the Operations Cell, at Battalion level, and was NCOIC of Air Movement Operations for over 1,500 soldiers.
  • Developed, briefed and trained incoming soldiers of the procedures and tools used to schedule maintenance for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
  • Displayed wholesome dedication representing Company as NCO of the Year in 2013 by exceeding the standards of a Non-Commissioned Officer.
  • Force Protection Security Cell screens and vets all incoming personnel to ensure the safety of all military members on post.
  • Utilized a two-way radio to keep the dispatcher or supervisor informed on the status of job assignments and problems encountered.
  • Completed 16 weeks of army basic and infantryman training encompassing teamwork, firearms proficiency, and advanced first aid.
  • Coordinated repairs and replacements between company level and higher maintenance levels.COMPANY INTELLIGENCE NCO*Obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.

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42. Zero Loss

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Here's how Zero Loss is used in 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.
  • Supervised the use of highly sensitive and expensive equipment, with a zero loss during a 3 year period.
  • Inspected and maintained over 30 million dollars in communication equipment assigned to the company resulting in zero loss.
  • Have been held responsible for over 2 million dollars worth of military equipment with zero loss of any.
  • Maintained accountability and operational readiness of all equipment valued at $60,000, with zero loss of equipment ensured
  • Supervised and accountable of $1,913,000.00 worth of government assets resulting in zero loss in a 6-month period.
  • Maintained and accounted for over 3 million dollars worth of equipment with zero loss over 3 years.
  • Operated and maintained 100% accountability for over $100,000 of equipment; resulting in zero loss.
  • Maintained accountability of equipment worth over $20,000 resulting in zero loss over 9 months period.
  • Planned and conducted over 100 combat operations focusing on safety resulting in zero loss of personnel.
  • Supervised the security of $1 million of highly sensitive military equipment with zero loss.
  • Maintained eight thousand dollars in personal gear and equipment with zero loss over 2 years.
  • Accounted for equipment valued in excess of $400,000 with zero loss or damage.
  • Suffered zero loss of any detainees under the watch and care of my soldiers.
  • Maintained and inspected over $6 million of equipment resulting in zero loss.

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43. 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.
  • 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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44. Indirect Fire

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Here's how Indirect Fire is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Provided logistics support and effectively organized all air, medical and indirect fire assets.
  • Provided accurate indirect fire support during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Provided effective indirect fire to support unit objectives.
  • Provided counter indirect fire support against enemy attacks.
  • Conducted patrols in conflict zones to secure perimeter of base ensuring installation was safe from outside militant forces and indirect fire.
  • Provided indirect fire support to infantry companies by the use of 81mm and 60mm mortars and artillery.
  • Mortar man, keeping a steady amount of indirect fire with little brake in fire.
  • Participated in over 300 indirect fire missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Performed as the primary gunner for the 120mm indirect fire support weapon.
  • Led four-man team in conducting small-unit operations and indirect fire missions.
  • Provide indirect fire to support troop movement.
  • Coordinated indirect fire support for the mortar.
  • Called for and adjusted indirect fire.
  • Coordinated and employed timely and accurate indirect fire during combat training exercises both domestically and abroad with foreign militaries.

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45. 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.
  • Conducted and coordinated tactical operations for combat units engaged in combat operations through various advanced communication devices.
  • 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
  • Supervised tactical operations & field training exercises.
  • 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).
  • Performed as the lead in a tactical operations team during drills and combat exercises.
  • 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.
  • Conducted tactical operations for a squad and NBC operations.

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46. Afghan

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Here's how Afghan is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Operated as an intelligence gatherer/analyst during Operation Enduring Freedom Afghanistan, continuously utilizing and improving on my communication/people skills.
  • Minimized terrorist border crossing by aiding in establishing and coordinating assignment between Afghan Army and Pakistani Guard.
  • Assist leadership in training Afghanistan military forces for positive handover of United States operation to Afghanistan operation.
  • Recognized by supervisors for excellent performance and awarded an Army Commendation medal during hazardous conflict in Afghanistan.
  • Identified and assessed the needs of Afghan Nationals, developing technical requirements and specification to develop instruction.
  • Enforced security standards in Afghanistan, ensuring readiness and effectiveness against direct and indirect attacks.
  • Controlled and managed the transport of supplies/equipment and its execution to support movement in Iraq/Afghanistan.
  • Provide tactical observer support for international associate forces, including Afghan, Romanian military personnel.
  • Participated in many missions providing security and assisting afghan leadership conduct meetings in safe environments.
  • Worked directly with Afghanistan National Army and Police to improve military and security tactics.
  • Supported battlefield operations and provided area/convoy security during overseas assignment in Kabul, Afghanistan.
  • Received an Army Commendation Medal for achieving and exceeding military operations while in Afghanistan.
  • Conducted combat operations around the Afghanistan/Pakistan border including the detainment of insurgents.
  • Performed combat life saving during overseas deployment in Afghanistan.
  • Managed distribution of ammunition to multiple locations throughout Afghanistan.
  • Trained local Afghan police in military tactics and counterinsurgency.
  • Completed successful combat deployment in Afghanistan in 2012
  • Promoted to a supervisor overseas in Afghanistan.
  • Completed a one-year deployment to eastern Afghanistan.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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47. Security Operations

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Here's how Security Operations is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Execute combat and security operations, mounted and dismounted, including protection of infrastructure and sensitive materials.
  • Conducted security operations in a combat environment in Iraq to include static and patrolling security.
  • Performed reconnaissance and security operations in Iraq; interacting with different cultures in positive ways.
  • Provided top quality security operations while remaining focused and productive in challenging situations.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Security Operations and Tactics.
  • Performed Area and Perimeter Security Operations in support of organization assignments.
  • Utilized acquired training and skills to prioritize multiple complex security operations.
  • Conducted combat and security operations during Operations Desert Shield and Storm.
  • Deployed for homeland security operations under Operation Noble Eagle.
  • Conducted security operations overseas, dismounted and mounted patrols.
  • Well-trained and experienced in all aspects of security operations.
  • Experienced in intense work environments involving security operations.
  • Lead supervisor of three security operations and succeeded.
  • Served in active infantry and security operations.
  • Contributed to multiple successful security operations.
  • Promoted security operations, and knowledgeable in land navigation, execution of First Aid, Survival War tactics and security.
  • Served during security operations for hurricanes Gustav & Ike (2008) in New Orleans & Lake Charles respectively.
  • Completed cold weather training, conducted security missions in various cities, performed guard and security operations in Iraq.
  • Created roadblocks and supervised vehicle checks for proper ID searches, supporting greater security operations.
  • Assisted in the training of over 200 personal on weapons qualifications and security operations.

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48. Grid Azimuths

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Here's how Grid Azimuths is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Used maps and map overlays, performed intersection and resection, and determined elevation and grid azimuths.
  • Determined elevation and grid azimuths with maps and map overlays.

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49. Sensitive Equipment

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Here's how Sensitive Equipment is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • 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.
  • Maintained accountability of all sensitive equipment.
  • Maintained and inspected sensitive equipment.
  • Supervised security for $10 million of highly sensitive equipment and weapons resulting in zero loss on a 9 month deployment.
  • Conducted security for $100 million of highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in over a 3 year period.
  • Supervised security for $100 thousand worth of highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a 3-year period.
  • Maintained thousands of dollars of sensitive equipment, such as night vision goggles, optics, and weapon systems.
  • Supervised security for $5 million of highly sensitive equipment resulting with zero loss in a two year period.
  • Secured and distributed over $35 million of highly sensitive equipment with zero loss over a 2-year period.
  • Administer surveillance and accountability over sensitive equipment and weapons which values over more than 2.5 million dollars.
  • Supervised and maintained $100,000 worth of sensitive equipment with zero loss in a 3 year span.
  • Maintained and kept track of $20,000 worth of sensitive equipment in a variety of harsh environments.
  • Handled and divided out sensitive equipment in excess of $3 million with zero lost.
  • Supervised soldiers and highly sensitive equipment resulting in zero loss in a 4-year period.
  • Provided security for $10 million of highly sensitive equipment, ammunition and vehicles.
  • Supervised the security of sensitive equipment valued at over $100,000 with no losses.
  • Maintained accurate control of sensitive equipment valued at more than 2 million dollars.
  • Maintained maintenance records for, trucks, weapons, and other sensitive equipment.
  • Prepare and maintain inventory logs and direct the maintenance of sensitive equipment.

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50. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Infantryman jobs:
  • Conducted training programs for supervised employees to meet local and mobility mission requirements and ensuring professional standards of performance were met.
  • Developed, directed and coordinated appropriate training programs to increase communications systems reliability, availability and effectiveness.
  • Executed and participated in training programs in preparation for combat readiness.
  • Performed large-scale planning for training operating procedures for new training programs.
  • Developed effective training programs for subordinate team members.
  • Developed the training programs and conducted body mechanic assessments for Marines who did not meet the Marine Corps body weight standards.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for deployment in to Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Led training programs in preparation for combat and fire team during exercises and infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Implemented training programs that led to increased knowledge and experience for junior personnel.
  • Assist in the design and implementation of modernized training programs and schedules.
  • Supervised and implemented rigorous training programs for up to 150 soldiers.
  • Graduated at the top of my class from Basic Leadership Course Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Fort Campbell, 42223, KY Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat Lead fire team during infantry dismounted operations Planned and briefed personnel on missions
  • Instructed incoming soldiers on current weapon Developed and led training programs in preparation systems.for combat.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Infantryman

Weapon Systems26.3%
US Army8.1%
Communications Equipment7.4%
Medal7.4%
Safety Protocols7.1%
Platoon6.7%
Machine Guns5.4%
Situational Training Exercises3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Infantryman

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Weapon Systems
Weapon Systems
20.1%
20.1%
2
2
US Army
US Army
6.1%
6.1%
3
3
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
5.7%
5.7%
4
4
Medal
Medal
5.6%
5.6%
5
5
Safety Protocols
Safety Protocols
5.4%
5.4%
6
6
Platoon
Platoon
5.1%
5.1%
7
7
Machine Guns
Machine Guns
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Situational Training Exercises
Situational Training Exercises
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Basic Reconnaissance Operations
Basic Reconnaissance Operations
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Route Clearance
Route Clearance
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Commander
Commander
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Reconnaissance Missions
Reconnaissance Missions
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Hand Grenades
Hand Grenades
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Terrorism
Terrorism
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Ribbon
Ribbon
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Topographical Information
Topographical Information
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Basic Training
Basic Training
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Small Arms
Small Arms
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Combat
Combat
1%
1%
23
23
Physical Training
Physical Training
1%
1%
24
24
Tactical Employment
Tactical Employment
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Process Prisoners
Process Prisoners
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Basic Communication Functions
Basic Communication Functions
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Anti-Tank Mines
Anti-Tank Mines
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Maximum Versatility
Maximum Versatility
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Core Competencies
Core Competencies
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
M4
M4
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Professional Support
Professional Support
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Communications Links
Communications Links
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Radio NET
Radio NET
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
E-4
E-4
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
M249
M249
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Individual Training
Individual Training
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Defensive Ground
Defensive Ground
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
NCO
NCO
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Zero Loss
Zero Loss
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Map Overlays
Map Overlays
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Indirect Fire
Indirect Fire
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Tactical Operations
Tactical Operations
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Afghan
Afghan
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Security Operations
Security Operations
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Grid Azimuths
Grid Azimuths
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Sensitive Equipment
Sensitive Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
Training Programs
Training Programs
0.6%
0.6%

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