List of United States Marine Corps MOS

The United States Marine Corps Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) is a system of categorizing career fields. All enlisted and officer Marines are assigned a four-digit code denoting their primary occupational field and specialty. Additional MOSs may be assigned through a combination of training and/or experience, which may or may not include completion of a formal school and assignment of a formal school code.

Occupational Fields (OccFlds) are identified in the first two digits and represents a grouping of related MOSs. Job codes are identified in the last two digits and represent a specific job within that OccFld.

The USMC now publishes an annual Navy/Marine Corps joint publication (NAVMC) directive in the 1200 Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC) series to capture changes to the MOS system. Previous versions of MCO 1200.17_ series directives are cancelled, including MCO 1200.17E, the last in the series before beginning the annual NAVMC-type directive series.[1][2]

On 30 June 2016, the Marine Corps announced the renaming of 19 MOSs with gender-neutral job titles, replacing the word or word-part "man" with the word "Marine" in most.[3] Not all instances of the word or word-part "man" were removed, e.g., 0171 Manpower Information Systems (MIS) Analyst, 0311 Rifleman, 0341 Mortarman.

Restrictions on officer MOSs include:[2]

  1. Restricted officers (limited duty officers and warrant officers) cannot hold non-primary MOSs and will be limited to Primary MOS (PMOS) – Basic MOS (BMOS) matches.
  2. Colonels are considered fully qualified Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Officers and, with the exception of lawyers and MOSs 8059/61 Acquisition Management Professionals, will only hold MOSs 8040, 8041, or 8042 as PMOS. Non-PMOSs will not be associated in current service records with General Officers and Colonels, with the exception of MOSs 822X/824X Foreign Area Officers and Regional Affairs Officers.
  3. MOSs must be required in sufficient numbers as Billet MOSs (BMOS) in the Total Force Structure Manpower System (TFSMS) to be justified. MOSs with no Table of Organization (T/O) requirement or no inventory are subject to deletion/disapproval.
  4. MOSs must serve a Human Resources Development Process (HRDP) purpose (establish a skill requirement, manpower planning, manages the forces, manage training, identify special pay billets). MOSs not meeting this criterion will be deemed as nonperforming MOSs and subject to deletion/disapproval.
  5. A single track is limited to a single MOS. Separate MOSs are not appropriate based on grade changes unless merging with other MOSs.

An enlisted applicant (male or female) seeking a Program Enlisted For (PEF) code associated with MOSs 0311, 0313, 0321, 0331, 0341, 0351, 0352, 0811, 0842, 0844, 0847, 0861, 1371, 1812, 1833, 2131, 2141, 2146, 2147, or 7212 must meet certain gender-neutral physical standards. For the Initial Strength Test (IST), the applicant must achieve 3 pull-ups, a 13:30 1.5-mile run, 44 crunches, and 45 ammo can lifts. The MOS Classification Standards based on a recruits final CFT and PFT are: 6 pull-ups, 24:51 3-mile run, 3:12 Maneuver Under Fire Course, 3:26 Movement to Contact Court, and 60 ammo can lifts.

Below are listed the current authorized Marine Corps MOSs, organized by OccFld, then by specific MOS. Most MOSs have specific rank/pay grade requirements and are listed to the right of the MOS title, if applicable (see United States Marine Corps rank insignia), abbreviated from the highest allowed rank to the lowest. Officer ranks are noted as Unrestricted Line Officers[lower-alpha 1] (ULOs), Limited Duty Officers[lower-alpha 2] (LDOs), and Warrant Officers[lower-alpha 3] (WOs). Those MOSs which are no longer being awarded[lower-alpha 4] are generally kept active within the Marine's service records to allow Marines to earn a new MOS and to maintain a record of that Marine's previous skills and training over time. All MOSs entered into the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS) electronic service records will populate into DoD manpower databases, and be available upon request to all Marines through their Verification of Military Education and Training (VMET) portal, even when MOSs are merged, deactivated, or deleted from the current NAVMC 1200 bulletin, or from MCTFS.

Note: all listed MOSs are PMOS, unless otherwise specified.

Types of MOSs

There are three categories of MOSs:

  • Occupational Fields 01-79 (Regular OccFlds) – Occupational Fields that contain all types of MOSs related to a specific occupational field.
  • 80XX (Miscellaneous Requirement MOSs) – These are MOSs that do not fit into a regular OccFld but are used on the Marine Corps Table of Organization (T/O).
  • 90XX (Reporting MOS) – These MOSs do not exist on the USMC T/O. They are used to meet Department of Navy and Department of Defense reporting requirements.[2]

There are six types of MOSs, divided into primary MOSs and non-primary MOSs. Primary MOSs are of three types:

  • Basic MOS – Entry-level MOSs required for entry-level Marines (both officers and enlisted) or others not yet qualified by initial skills training. In addition, when a Reserve Component (RC) Marine transfers to a new unit and does not possess the MOS required for the billet filled, they will be assigned a Basic MOS as Primary MOS until the completion of required formal school training or is otherwise certified to be MOS qualified, and the previous PMOS will be retained but become an Additional MOS. Promotions for enlisted Marines will be based upon their Basic MOS, or if qualified for a PMOS, then upon their PMOS, never on an AMOS.
  • Primary MOS (PMOS) – Used to identify the primary skills and knowledge of a Marine. Only enlisted Marines, Warrant Officers, Chief Warrant Officers, and Limited Duty Officers are promoted in their primary MOS. Changes to an Active Component Marine's PMOS without approval from CMC (MM) and changes to a RC Marine's PMOS without approval from CMC (RA) are not authorized. Promotions for enlisted Marines will be based upon their Basic MOS, or if qualified for a PMOS, then upon their PMOS, never on an AMOS.
  • Additional MOS (AMOS) – Any existing PMOS awarded to a Marine who already holds a PMOS. Example: after a lateral move to a new job, a Marine's previous PMOS becomes an AMOS and is normally retained in the Marine's service records for historical purposes and manpower management. Marines are not promoted in an AMOS.[2]

There are also three types of non-PMOSs:

  • Necessary (NMOS) – A non-PMOS that has a prerequisite of one or more PMOSs. This MOS identifies a particular skill or training that is in addition to a Marine's PMOS, but can only be filled by a Marine with a specific PMOS. When entered as a requirement into the TFSMS, a billet bearing a Necessary MOS must identify a single associated PMOS even if several PMOSs are acceptable prerequisites.
  • Free (FMOS) – Non-PMOS that can be filled by any Marine regardless of Primary MOS. A Free MOS requires skill sets unrelated to primary skills.
  • Exception (EMOS) – Non-PMOS that is generally a FMOS, but includes exceptions that require a PMOS.[2]

Reporting MOSs and billet designators are special MOSs:

  • Reporting MOSs – designated in the 90XX OccFld, but are not found on any USMC T/O as a requirement to fill any billet. They exist solely to capture skills and training that meet Department of Navy and Department of Defense reporting requirements.
  • Billet MOSs (BMOS) – The MOS listed on USMC T/Os for each billet within the organization, usually PMOS, but also NMOS, FMOS, EMOS, or Billet Designators. Some billets will include notes about acceptable alternate MOSs, such as a BMOS of 0402 (Logistics Officer) that notes a 3002 (Supply Officer) is an acceptable staffing substitute for that billet.
  • Billet Designators – An FMOS requirement indicator, listed on USMC T/Os as a BMOS that can be filled by any Marine of the appropriate grade that is included in the MOS definition (e.g., MOS 8007 Billet Designator-Unrestricted Ground Officer (I) FMOS). Normally, FMOS as a skill designator cannot be a BMOS in the TFSMS.[2]

Relationship of MOS to promotions

Officers are selected for promotion for their potential to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the next higher grade based upon past performance as indicated in their official military personnel file. Promotions should not be considered a reward for past performance, but as incentive to excel in the next higher grade. Officers are not strictly promoted based upon their MOS; all MOS carried by an officer are considered during the selection board process.

Enlisted Marines are promoted based upon their Basic MOS, or their PMOS if one has been earned, not their AMOS, FMOS, NMOS, or EMOS, although upon consideration by a selection board for promotion to Staff Sergeant (E-6) and above, the Board Members will be able to view evidence of other MOSs in the service records of the Marine.[4]

01 Personnel & Administration

Enlisted

Officer

02 Intelligence

Enlisted

Officer

03 Infantry

Enlisted

*The core enlisted infantry MOSs for the USMC are 0311, 0331, 0341, 0351, and 0352; and Marines are trained in these jobs at the School of Infantry. All other infantry jobs are taught in follow-on courses after training in one of the core jobs.

Officer

04 Logistics

Enlisted

Officer

05 Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Plans

Enlisted

Officer

06 Communications

Enlisted

Officer

08 Artillery

Enlisted

Officer

09 Training

Enlisted

Officer

11 Utilities

Enlisted

  • 1100 Basic Utilities Marine – GySgt–Pvt
  • 1141 Electrician – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1142 Electrical Equipment Repair Specialist – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1161 Refrigeration Mechanic – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1169 Utilities Chief – MGySgt-GySgt
  • 1171 Water Support Technician – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1181 Fabric repair specialist

Officer

13 Engineer, Construction, Facilities, & Equipment

Enlisted

  • 1300 Basic Engineer, Construction, Facilities, & Equipment Marine – GySgt–Pvt
  • 1316 Metal Worker – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1341 Engineer Equipment Mechanic – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1342 Small Craft Mechanic[lower-alpha 6] – SSgt–LCpl
  • 1343 Assault Breacher Vehicle Mechanic[lower-alpha 6] – SSgt–LCpl
  • 1345 Engineer Equipment Operator – SSgt–Pvt
  • 1349 Engineer Equipment Chief – MGySgt-GySgt
  • 1361 Engineer Assistant – GySgt–Pvt
  • 1371 Combat Engineer – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 1372 Assault Breacher Vehicle Operator[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–PFC
  • 1391 Bulk Fuel Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

17 Cyberspace Operations

Enlisted

  • 1711 Cyberspace Exploitation Operator – GySgt–SSgt[10]
  • 1721 Cyberspace Defensive Operator – GySgt–Pvt[10]
  • 1799 Cyberspace Operations Chief – MGySgt-MSgt[10]

Officer

18 Tank and Assault Amphibious Vehicle

Enlisted

  • 1800 Basic Tank and Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Marine – GySgt–Pvt
  • 1812 M1A1 Tank Crewman – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 1833 Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Marine – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 1834 ACV Marine – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

  • 1801 Basic Tank and Amphibious Assault Vehicle Officer
  • 1802 Tank Officer[lower-alpha 1] – LtCol–2ndLt
  • 1803 Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Officer[lower-alpha 1] – LtCol–2ndLt

21 Ground Ordnance Maintenance

Enlisted

Officer

23 Ammunition and Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Enlisted

  • 2300 Basic Ammunition and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Marine – GySgt–Pvt
  • 2311 Ammunition Technician – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 2336 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technician – MGySgt-Cpl

Officer

26 Signals Intelligence/Ground Electronic Warfare

Enlisted

  • 2600 Basic Signals Intelligence/Ground Electronic Warfare Operator – GySgt–Pvt
  • 2611 Cryptologic Digital Network Operator/Analyst[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt-Cpl
  • 2621 Special Communications Signals Collection Operator/Analyst – GySgt–Pvt
  • 2623 Radio Reconnaissance Man - BRC, Jump, and SERE qualified - GySgt - PVT
  • 2629 Signals Intelligence Analyst[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt-Cpl
  • 2631 Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Intercept Operator/Analyst – GySgt–Pvt
  • 2641 Cryptologic Linguist Operator Analyst – Sgt–Pvt
  • 2642 Advanced Cryptologic Linguist Operator Analyst (NMOS) – Sgt–Pvt[12]
  • 2649 Cryptanalyst[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt-Cpl
  • 2651 Special Intelligence System Administrator/Communicator – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 2691 Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare (SIGINT/EW) Chief – MGySgt-MSgt

Officer

27 Linguist

Enlisted/Officer[lower-alpha 6]

Middle East

Asia-Pacific

European I (West)

European II (East)

28 Ground Electronics Maintenance

Enlisted

Officer

  • 2801 Basic Ground Electronics Maintenance Officer
  • 2802 Electronics Maintenance Officer (Ground) (II) (LtCol-Capt)
  • 2805 Electronics Maintenance Officer (Ground) (III) (CWO5-WO1)

30 Supply Administration and Operations

Enlisted

  • 3000 Basic Supply Administration and Operations Marine – Sgt–Pvt
  • 3043 Supply Chain and Materiel Management Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 3044 Contract Specialist – MGySgt–Sgt
  • 3051 Warehouse Clerk – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 3052 Packaging Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 3072 Aviation Supply Clerk – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

31 Distribution Management

Enlisted

  • 3100 Basic Distribution Management Marine – SSgt–Pvt
  • 3112 Distribution Management Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

33 Food Service

Enlisted

Officer

34 Financial Management

Enlisted

Officer

35 Motor Transport

Enlisted

Officer

41 Morale Welfare and Recreation

Enlisted

Officer

43 Public Affairs

Enlisted[lower-alpha 29]</ref>

Officer

Enlisted

Officer

45 Communication Strategy and Operations

Enlisted[lower-alpha 29]

  • 4500 Basic Communication Strategy & Operations Marine – Sgt–Pvt
  • 4512 Combat Graphics Specialist – Sgt–Pvt
  • 4531 Combat Mass Communicator – Sgt–Pvt
  • 4541 Combat Photographer – Sgt–Pvt
  • 4571 Combat Videographer – Sgt–Pvt
  • 4591 Communication and Strategy Operations Chief – MGySgt–SSgt

Officer

  • 4502 Communication Strategy & Operations Officer (PMOS) — LtCol-2ndLt
  • 4503 Visual Information Officer (PMOS) – Capt–WO [lower-alpha 3]

46 Combat Camera (COMCAM)

Enlisted[lower-alpha 29]

Officer

48 Recruiting and Retention Specialist

Enlisted

  • 4821 Career Retention Specialist (PMOS) – MGySgt–Sgt

Officer

55 Music

Enlisted

The following apply only to the Drum and Bugle Corps:

Officer

57 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense

Formally known as Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defense (NBCD)

Enlisted

Officer

  • 5702 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense Officer[lower-alpha 3]

58 Military Police and Corrections

Enlisted

Officer

59 Electronics Maintenance

Enlisted

  • 5900 Basic Electronics Maintenance Marine
  • 5912 Avenger System Maintainer[lower-alpha 6] – MSgt–Pvt
  • 5939 Aviation Communication Systems Technician – MSgt–Pvt
  • 5941 Aviation Primary Surveillance Radar Repair Man – MSgt–Pvt
  • 5942 Aviation Radar Repairer – Sgt–Pvt (Deleted - merged into MOS 5948)
  • 5948 Aviation Radar Technician – MSgt – Sgt
  • 5951 Aviation Meteorological Equipment Technician, OMA/IMA
  • 5952 Air Traffic Control Navigational Aids Technician – GySgt–Pvt
  • 5953 Air Traffic Control Radar Technician – GySgt–Pvt
  • 5954 Air Traffic Control Communications Technician – GySgt–Pvt
  • 5959 Air Traffic Control Systems Maintenance Chief – MGySgt-MSgt
  • 5962 Tactical Data Systems Equipment (TDSE) Repairer – Sgt–Pvt
  • 5963 Tactical Air Operations Module Repairer (obs)
  • 5974 Tactical Data Systems Administrator (TDSA) – MSgt–Pvt
  • 5979 Tactical Air Operations Module/Air Defense Technician – MSgt–Pvt
  • 5993 Electronics Maintenance Chief – MGySgt

Officer

60/61/62 Aircraft Maintenance

Enlisted

  • 3215 Basic Aircraft Maintenance Marine – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6012 Aviation Maintenance Controller/Production Controller[lower-alpha 6] – GySgt–Sgt
  • 6016 Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI) - MGySgt-Cpl
  • 6018 Aviation Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) Inspector[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt-Cpl
  • 6019 Aircraft Maintenance Chief – MGySgt-MSgt
  • 6023 Aircraft Power Plants Test Cell Operator[lower-alpha 6] – GySgt-Cpl
  • 6033 Aircraft Nondestructive Inspection Technician[lower-alpha 6] – GySgt-Cpl
  • 6042 Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) Asset Manager – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6043 Aircraft Welder[lower-alpha 6] – GySgt–LCpl
  • 6046 Aircraft Maintenance Administration Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6048 Flight Equipment Technician – GySgt–Pvt (Formerly MOS 6060)
  • 6049 NALCOMIS Application Administrator/Analyst[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–Sgt
  • 6061 Aircraft Intermediate Level Hydraulic/Pneumatic Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6062 Aircraft Intermediate Level Hydraulic/Pneumatic Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6071 Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment (SE) Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6072 Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment (SE) Hydraulic/Pneumatic/Structures Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6073 Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment (SE) Electrician/Refrigeration Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6074 Cryogenics Equipment Operator – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6091 Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6092 Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6100 Helicopter/Tiltrotor Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6112 Helicopter Mechanic, CH-46 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6113 Helicopter Mechanic, CH-53 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6114 Helicopter Mechanic, UH/AH-1 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6116 Tiltrotor Mechanic, MV-22 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6122 Helicopter Power Plants Mechanic, T-58 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6123 Helicopter Power Plants Mechanic, T-64 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6124 Helicopter Power Plants Mechanic, T-400/T-700 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6132 Helicopter/Tiltrotor Dynamic Components Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6151 Helicopter/Tiltrotor Airframe Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6152 Helicopter Airframe Mechanic, CH-46 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6153 Helicopter Airframe Mechanic, CH-53 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6154 Helicopter Airframe Mechanic, UH/AH-1 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6156 Tiltrotor Airframe Mechanic, MV-22 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6162 Presidential Support Specialist[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6172 Helicopter Crew Chief, CH-46 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6173 Helicopter Crew Chief, CH-53 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6174 Helicopter Crew Chief, UH-1N/Y – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6176 Tiltrotor Crew Chief, MV-22 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6177 Weapons and Tactics Crew Chief Instructor[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6178 VH-60N Presidential Helicopter Crew Chief[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6179 VH-3D Presidential Helicopter Crew Chief[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6199 Enlisted Aircrew/Aerial Observer/Gunner[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6211 Fixed-wing Aircraft Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6212 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, AV-8/TAV-8 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6213 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, EA-6 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6214 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Mechanic – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6216 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, KC-130 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6217 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, F/A-18 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6218 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, F35B - GySgt-Pvt
  • 6222 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Power Plants Mechanic, F-402 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6223 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Power Plants Mechanic, J-52 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6226 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Power Plants Mechanic, T-56 – GySgt–LCpl
  • 6227 Fixed-wing Aircraft Power Plants Mechanic, F-404 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6242 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Flight Engineer, KC-130[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–Sgt
  • 6243 Fixed-Wing Transport Aircraft Specialist, C-9[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6244 Fixed-Wing Transport Aircraft Specialist, C-12[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–PFC
  • 6246 Fixed-Wing Transport Aircraft Specialist, C-20[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6247 Fixed-Wing Transport Aircraft Specialist, UC-35[lower-alpha 6] – MGySgt–LCpl
  • 6251 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic-Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6252 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic, AV-8/TAV-8 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6253 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic, EA-6 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6256 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic, KC-130 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6257 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic, F/A-18 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6258 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Airframe Mechanic, F-35B – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6276 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Crew Master, KC-130 – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6281 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Safety Equipment Mechanic- Trainee – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6282 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Safety Equipment Mechanic, AV-8/TAV-8 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6283 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Safety Equipment Mechanic, EA-6 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6286 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Safety Equipment Mechanic, KC-130 – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6287 Fixed-Wing Aircraft Safety Equipment Mechanic, F/A-18 – GySgt–Pvt

Officer

63/64 Avionics

Enlisted

  • 6311 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical/Weapon Systems Technician-Trainee, OMA
  • 6312 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Weapon Systems Technician, AV-8 (Deleted - merged into MOS 6332)
  • 6313 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Radar Systems Technician, EA-6
  • 6314 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Avionics Technician
  • 6316 Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, KC-130
  • 6317 Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, F/A-18
  • 6322 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical Systems Technician, CH-46
  • 6323 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical Systems Technician, CH-53
  • 6324 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical/Weapon Systems Technician, U/AH-1
  • 6326 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/Electrical/Weapon Systems Technician, V-22
  • 6331 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician-Trainee
  • 6332 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician, AV-8
  • 6333 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician, EA-6
  • 6336 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician, KC-130
  • 6337 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician, F/A-18
  • 6338 Aircraft Avionics Technician, F-35
  • 6344 Aircraft Electric Systems Technician, UH-1N/AH-1T
  • 6365 Aircraft Communications/Navigation/DECM/Radar Systems Technician, EA-6B
  • 6386 Aircraft Electronic Countermeasures Systems Technician, EA-6B
  • 6391 Avionics Maintenance Chief
  • 6411 Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician- Trainee, IMA
  • 6412 Aircraft Communications Systems Technician, IMA
  • 6413 Aircraft Navigation Systems Technician, IFF/RADAR/TACAN, IMA
  • 6414 Advanced Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, IMA (Deleted - merged into MOS 6483)
  • 6422 Aircraft Cryptographic Systems Technician, IMA
  • 6423 Aviation Electronic Microminiature/Instrument and Cable Repair Technician, IMA
  • 6431 Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician-Trainee
  • 6432 Aircraft Electrical/Instrument/Flight Control Systems Technician, Fixed Wing, IMA
  • 6433 Aircraft Electrical/Instrument/flight Control Systems Technician, Helicopter, IMA (Deleted - merged into MOS 6432)
  • 6434 Advanced Aircraft Electrical/Instrument/Flight Control Systems Technician, IMA
  • 6461 Hybrid Test Set Technician, IMA
  • 6462 Avionics Test Set (ATS) Technician, IMA
  • 6463 Radar Test Station (RTS)/Radar Systems Test Station (RSTS) Technician, IMA
  • 6464 Aircraft Inertial Navigation System Technician, IMA
  • 6466 Aircraft Forward Looking Infrared/Electro-Optical Technician, IMA
  • 6467 Consolidated Automatic Support System (CASS) Technician, IMA
  • 6468 Aircraft Electrical Equipment Test Set (EETS)/Mobile Electronic Test Set (METS) Technician
  • 6469 Advanced Automatic Test Equipment Technician, IMA
  • 6482 Aircraft Electronic Countermeasures Systems Technician, Fixed Wing, IMA
  • 6483 Aircraft Electronic Countermeasures Systems Technician, Helicopter, IMA
  • 6484 Aircraft Electronic Countermeasures Systems/RADCOM/CAT IIID Technician, IMA
  • 6486 Advanced Aircraft Electronic Countermeasures Technician, IMA
  • 6491 Aviation Precision Measurement Equipment (PME) Chief
  • 6492 Aviation Precision Measurement Equipment/Calibration and Repair Technician, IMA
  • 6499 Mobile Facilities Technician – GySgt-Cpl[13]

Officer

65 Aviation Ordnance

Enlisted

  • 6511 Aviation Ordnance Trainee –
  • 6531 Aviation Ordnance Technician – SSgt-Pvt (Organizational/Squadron Level)
  • 6541 Aviation Ordnance Systems Technician – SSgt-Pvt (Intermediate/Equipment Maintenance Level)
  • 6591 Aviation Ordnance Chief – MGySgt-GySgt (Organizational/Intermediate Level) [See Note]

Officer

66 Aviation Logistics

Enlisted

  • 6613 Radio Communication and Navigation Systems Technician on Utility Aircraft –
  • 6617 Enlisted Aviation Logistician – GySgt–Pvt
  • 6672 Aviation Supply Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6694 Aviation Logistics Information Management and Support Specialists – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

68 Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC)

Enlisted

  • 6800 Meteorology & Oceanography Services –
  • 6821 METOC Observer – Cpl-Pvt (No longer in use)
  • 6842 METOC Analyst Forecaster – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 6852 METOC Impact Analyst – MGySgt-Cpl

Officer

70 Airfield Services

Enlisted

  • 7011 Expeditionary Airfield Systems Technician – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 7041 Aviation Operations Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt
  • 7051 Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Specialist – MGySgt–Pvt

Officer

72 Air Control/Air Support/Anti-air Warfare/Air Traffic Control

Enlisted

  • 7212 Low Altitude Air Defense Gunner
  • 7222 Hawk Missile Operator
  • 7234 Air Control Electronics Operator (Deleted - merged into MOS 7236)
  • 7236 Tactical Air Defense Controlle
  • 7242 Air Support Operations Operator
  • 7251 Air Traffic Controller – Trainee
  • 7252 Air Traffic Controller – Tower
  • 7253 Air Traffic Controller–Radar Arrival/Departure Controller –
  • 7254 Air Traffic Controller–Radar Approach Controller (NMOS) – GySt-Pvt
  • 7257 Air Traffic Controller – SSgt-Pvt[9]
  • 7291 Senior Air Traffic Controller – MGySgt–GySgt[9]

Officer

73 Navigation Officer/Enlisted Flight Crews

Enlisted

  • 7313 Helicopter Specialist, AH-1Z/UH-1Y – MGySgt-Pvt
  • 7314 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Operator – MGySgt-Pvt
  • 7371 Tactical Systems Operator Trainee
  • 7372 Tactical Systems Operator/Mission Specialist
  • 7382 Airborne Radio Operator/In-flight Refueling Observer/Loadmaster

Officer

  • 7315 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) MAGTF Electronic Warfare Officer (EWO)
  • 7380 Tactical Systems Officer/Mission Specialist[lower-alpha 3]

75 Pilots/Naval Flight Officers (All MOS in this OccFld are Officer-only)

Officer

80 Miscellaneous MOS's (Category II)

Officer

  • 8001 Basic Officer[lower-alpha 1]
  • 8002 Joint Terminal Attack Controller (EMOS)
  • 8003 General Officer[lower-alpha 1] (PMOS) – Gen-BGen
  • 8005 Special Assignment Officer (FMOS)
  • 8006 Billet Designator—Unrestricted Officer (FMOS)
  • 8007 Billet Designator—Unrestricted Ground Officer (FMOS)
  • 8009 Billet Designator—Air Control/Antiair Warfare Officer (FMOS)
  • 8012 Ground Safety Officer (Officer FMOS)[lower-alpha 7]
  • 8016 Special Technical Operations (Officer FMOS)[lower-alpha 7]
  • 8023 Parachute Officer (NMOS)
  • 8024 Combatant Diver Officer (NMOS)
  • 8026 Parachute/Combatant Diver Officer (NMOS)
  • 8040 Colonel, Logistician[lower-alpha 1] (PMOS) – Col
  • 8041 Colonel, Ground[lower-alpha 1] (PMOS) – Col
  • 8042 Colonel, Naval Aviator/Naval Flight Officer[lower-alpha 1] (PMOS) – Col
  • 8051 Operations Research Specialist (FMOS)
  • 8055 Information Management Officer (FMOS)
  • 8156 Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (Officer) (FMOS)
  • 8057 Acquisition Professional Candidate (FMOS)
  • 8058 Acquisition Manager (Acquisition Core Member) (FMOS)
  • 8059 Aviation Acquisition Management Professional (PMOS) – MajGen-Maj[16]
  • 8060 Acquisition Specialist (FMOS)
  • 8061 Acquisition Management Professional (PMOS) – MajGen-Maj[16]
  • 8077 Weapons And Tactics Instructor Air Officer (FMOS)
  • 8220 Billet Designator—Political Military Officer (FMOS*)
  • 8221 Regional Affairs Officer, Latin America (FMOS)
  • 8222 Regional Affairs Officer, Former Soviet Union (FMOS)
  • 8223 Regional Affairs Officer, Northeast Asia (FMOS)
  • 8224 Regional Affairs Officer, Middle East/North Africa (FMOS)
  • 8225 Regional Affairs Officer, Sub-Saharan Africa (FMOS)
  • 8226 Regional Affairs Officer, Southwest Asia (FMOS)
  • 8227 Regional Affairs Officer, Western Europe (FMOS)
  • 8228 Regional Affairs Officer, Eastern Asia (Excluding People's Republic of China) (FMOS)
  • 8229 Regional Affairs Officer, Eastern Europe (Excluding Former Soviet Union) (FMOS)
  • 8240 Basic Foreign Area officer (FAO) (FMOS)
  • 8241 Foreign Area Officer, Latin America (FMOS)
  • 8242 Foreign Area Officer, Former Soviet Union (FMOS)
  • 8243 Foreign Area Officer, People's Republic of China (PRC) (FMOS)
  • 8244 Foreign Area Officer, Middle East/North Africa (FMOS)
  • 8245 Foreign Area Officer, Sub-Saharan Africa (FMOS)
  • 8246 Foreign Area Officer, Southwest Asia (FMOS)
  • 8247 Foreign Area Officer, Western Europe (FMOS)
  • 8248 Foreign Area Officer, East Asia (Excluding PRC) (FMOS)
  • 8249 Foreign Area Officer, Eastern Europe (Excluding Former Soviet Union) (FMOS)
  • 8802 Education Officer (FMOS)
  • 8803 Leadership Development Specialist (FMOS)
  • 8820 Aeronautical Engineer (FMOS)
  • 8824 Electronics Engineer (FMOS)
  • 8825 Modeling and Simulation Officer (FMOS)
  • 8826 Ordnance Systems Engineer (FMOS)
  • 8831 Environmental Engineering Management Officer (FMOS)
  • 8832 Nuclear Engineer (FMOS)
  • 8834 Technical Information Operation Officer (FMOS)
  • 8840 Manpower Management Officer (FMOS)
  • 8844 Financial Management Specialist (FMOS)
  • 8846 Data Systems Specialist (FMOS)
  • 8848 Management, Data Systems Officer (FMOS)
  • 8850 Operations Analyst (FMOS)
  • 8852 Defense Systems Analyst (FMOS)
  • 8858 Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C41) (FMOS)
  • 8862 Material Management Officer (FMOS)
  • 8866 Space Operations Officer (FMOS)
  • 8878 Historian (FMOS)

Enlisted

90 Reporting MOS's (Category III) (All MOS are Officer-only)

Officer

See also

Notes

  1. MOSs suitable for assignment as primary for regular unrestricted officers/career reserve officers.
  2. MOSs suitable for assignment as primary for limited duty officers.
  3. MOSs suitable for assignment as primary for warrant officers.
  4. MOS no longer awarded PMOS, but retained in service records for Marines who held it.
  5. Feeder MOS to former MOS 0193, Administrative Chief
  6. Skill Designator MOS only.
  7. This MOS can be awarded to enlisted and officer Marines alike.
  8. This MOS is no longer being assigned.
  9. Feeder MOS to MOS 0291 Intelligence Chief.
  10. Feeder MOS to PMOS 0202, MAGTF Intelligence Officer, upon promotion to Major or sooner if qualifications are met.
  11. Requires successful completion and all qualifications as MOS 0302, Infantry Officer, as well as all requirements for MOS 0203.
  12. NMOS prerequisites 0202, 0203, 0204, 0205, 0206, 0207, 0210, or 2602.
  13. Feeder MOS to MOS 0369, Infantry Unit Leader.
  14. NMOS prerequisite MOS 0302.
  15. NMOS prerequisites 0202, 0203, or 0302.
  16. No MOS prerequisite to assignment to MARSOC Assignment and Assessment. Successful completion of all training and requirements is assignment of new Primary MOS 0370; previous PMOS will revert to Additional MOS in service records for historical purposes.
  17. Feeder MOS to MOS 0491 Logistics/Mobility Chief.
  18. NMOS prerequisite 0402.
  19. NMOS prerequisites 0402, 3002, or 1302.
  20. Formerly "Psychological Operations Officer"
  21. NMOS prerequisites MOS 0302, 0306, 0802, 1302, 1802, or 1803.
  22. In transition to 0631
  23. In transition to 0639
  24. In transition to 0671
  25. In transition to 0679
  26. Formerly 0689 Cyber Security Technician (MGySgt-Sgt)
  27. In transition to 0630
  28. In transition to 0670
  29. All enlisted 43xx and 46xx are now categorized into the newly formed 45xx field.<ref name='MARADMIN 484/17'>"MARADMIN 484/17 RECLASSIFICATION OF 43XX (PUBLIC AFFAIRS) AND 46XX (COMBAT CAMERA) MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTIES (MOS'S) INTO 45XX (COMMUNICATION STRATEGY AND OPERATIONS) MOS'S". 30 August 2017. Retrieved 30 October 2018.
  30. EMOS 8002 prerequisites include MOS 0321 or 0861.
  31. EMOS 8711 prerequisites include MOS 0311, 0313, 0321, 0331, 0341, 0351, 0352, 0363, 0365, 0369, 0811, 0842, 0844, 0847, 0848, 0861, 0842, 1833, or 4341.
  32. EMOS 8713 prerequisites include MOS 0321, 0363, 0369, 0811, 0848, 0861, 1833, or 4341.
  33. Aircrew Trainees, under instruction or close supervision, train for one of the aircrew MOSs, and must already be qualified in one of MOSs 6XXX and 73XX. Their original PMOS will be retained in service records as an Additional MOS.
  34. Formerly Joint Specialty Officer (JSO), the JQO and JQO Nominee MOS will never appear as a primary or additional MOS; once assigned, it is retained in the Marine's service records indefinitely and is found in the special information block on the Master Brief Sheet on the Basic Individual Record.

References

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