MOS 2336 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technician.
Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Specialist – MOS 89D.
Marines in Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 2336, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), probably have one of the most stressful careers out there.
Remarks/1. The purpose of this MARADMIN is to encourage qualified FY19 Marines to apply for lateral transfer into Primary MOS (PMOS) 2336, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technicians. EOD is currently classified as a high-demand, low-density MOS and is expected to be in greater demand in the coming years.
E-4/5/6 E-4/5/6 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technician rating badge. Criteria: Worn by Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians (EOD) with ranks of Petty Officer 3rd Class (E-4) through Petty Officer 1st Class (E-6).
Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Navy Diver are two distinct professions within the Navy Special Operations community; However, if you are a Navy EOD, you are also qualified as a Navy EOD Diver. Navy EOD works closely with Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and is classified as Navy Special Operations.
Professional training to become a Ordnance Disposal Specialist requires the completion of 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 36 weeks of Advanced Individual Training. Some of the skills you will learn are: Basic electronics/electricity fundamentals.
The Marine Corps EOD mission is to provide the Marine Air Ground Task Force, Supporting Establishment, Homeland Defense, and Special Operations Forces with Locate, Access, Identify, Securing, Neutralize and Dispose support from domestic and foreign threats, chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high …
Also known as the “EOD Badge” or “Crab”, the award is issued by the United States Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps. The EOD Badge is the only professional badge awarded to all four US Department of Defense services.
The purpose of the Marine Special Operations Forces Explosive Ordnance Disposal Level 1 (MEODL-I) course is to train Fleet Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians in the knowledge and skills required in support of United States Special Operations Command assigned core duties are required (USSOCOM) to the Marine Corps…
3E8X1 – Explosive Disposal (EOD) AFSC.
OVERVIEW. Ammunition Specialists are specialized soldiers responsible for the management of ordnance (munitions and explosives). They are tasked with receiving, storing, and dispensing conventional ammunition, missiles, large rockets, explosives, and other ammunition and explosives-related items. WORK OBLIGATIONS.
EOD School is both practical and academically challenging. There is currently a 30% turnover rate for Army officers. Officers who fail the EOD school are returned to their basic branch.
The basic EOD insignia is also called the “crab” because of its shape and consists of a shield, a falling bomb and four lightning bolts contained within a wreath of laurel leaves.
You are exposed to different climate and weather conditions. EOD ASVAB test result required. Approximately 1,250 Sailors currently work in the Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Rating.
Navy EOD Technicians enable Navy SEALs, Army Special Forces and other expeditionary forces to reach targets around the world by eliminating explosive hazards in any land or sea environment.
EOD techs will likely see combat. As Enabler Forces, EOD Technicians are embedded with other units to provide EOD support and fill other roles depending on the mission. EOD technicians are not special forces, but are used and supported in the SOF mission.
Weliver leads ten Army EOD Technicians deployed with the famed Airborne Division as part of the Immediate Response Force.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Specialist.