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Sample NCOER Duty Descriptions

CMF 18 - Special Forces



18B Special Forces Weapons Sergeant

Echelon: Special Forces Operational Detachment

Principle Duty Title: Special Forces Weapons Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 18B4O

Duty Description:- Serves as a Special Forces Weapons Sergeant on a Special Forces Operational Detachment- Alpha; advises and supervises detachment and foreign personnel in operations, employment and maintenance of heavy and light weapons systems; advises the commander and foreign forces on all matters concerning Special Operations and light infantry tactics; prepares and presents training; participates in the planning and execution of Special Reconnaissance, Direct Action, Counter-Narcotics, Foreign Internal Defense, Unconventional Warfare and Humanitarian Missions; responsible for the maintenance and care of over $260,000.00 worth of weapons and equipment.


18C Special Forces Engineer Sergeant

Echelon: Special Forces Operational Detachment

Principle Duty Title: Special Forces Engineer Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 18C4O

Duty Description: Serves as a Special Forces Engineer Sergeant on a Special Forces Operational Detachment - Alpha (SFODA); trains supervises, leads, plans and instructs all phases of combat engineering and special operations engineering during combat operations; advises the Detachment commander and foreign forces on all matters concerning Special Operations engineering tactics; prepares and constructs training resources to support SFODA training and operations; participates in the planning and execution of Unconventional Warfare (UW) missions and Humanitarian Missions; responsible for the maintenance and care of over $50,000.00 worth of engineering equipment.


18D Special Forces Medical Sergeant

Echelon: Special Forces Operational Detachment

Principle Duty Title: Special Forces Medical Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 18D4O

Duty Description: Serves as Special Forces Medical Sergeant on a Special Forces Operational Detachment - Alpha; specializes in combat medical procedures, Foreign Internal Defense, Unconventional Warfare, and Direct Action Operations; trains, advises, and supervises Detachment members in medical procedures; provides medical, dental and veterinary training for Detachment; trains allied and indigenous personnel in basic emergency and preventive medical care; is prepared to serve as U.S. representative overseas; advisor to an indigenous rifle company commander, tactical leader, area specialist and linguist; responsible for over $250,000.00 worth of medical equipment.


18E Special Forces Communications Sergeant

Echelon: Special Forces Operational Detachment

Principle Duty Title: Special Forces Communications Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 18E4O

Duty Description: Serves as Special Forces Senior Communications Sergeant on a Special Forces Operational Detachment - Alpha; performs, supervises and instructs communications techniques and operations employed in both conventional and unconventional warfare;  recruits, organizes, trains, advises and supervises indigenous and/or non-indigenous personnel and organizations up to Battalion level;  responsible for establishing, securing and maintaining communications during operations; responsible for cryptographic materials; acts as principal adviser to the commander in all matters pertaining to electronic communications.


18F Special Forces Weapons Sergeant

Echelon: Special Forces Operational Detachment

Principle Duty Title: Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 18F4O

Duty Description: Serves as an Intelligence Sergeant on a Special Forces Operational Detachment - Alpha;  is the principal advisor to the Detachment Commander for intelligence collection and analysis, planning and execution of small unit direct action, special reconnaissance, and unconventional warfare operations; develops evasion and recovery plans and collateral activities of coalition support throughout the area of operations; capable of training, advising and leading a Battalion size indigenous force; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of over $200,000 of assigned weapons and related equipment; acts as principle advisor to the commander on all matters pertaining to intelligence operations.


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