ARMY MOS CODES LIST

09LINTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR -The MOS 09L is the foreign language interpreter/translator, and they are primarily responsible for interpreting and translating spoken and written foreign languages to English and English to a foreign language.
 INFANTRY BRANCH -The backbone of the Army is the infantry. The infantry is the main combat force on the ground, and they are responsible for fighting enemy ground forces on land. All the jobs of the infantry MOS work together to defeat the enemy ground troops and continue the mission of capturing, destroying, and repelling the enemy.Recruits enlist under the Army’s 11X – Infantry Enlistment Option, and during training, will be designated as either MOS 11B, Infantryman, or MOS 11C, Indirect Fire Infantryman.
11BINFANTRYMAN: The 11B Infantrymen are riflemen who assist in the performance of reconnaissance operations, and employ, fire and recover anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.
11CINDIRECT FIRE INFANTRYMAN: These soldiers perform some of the most dangerous jobs in the Army. They fire and recover anti-personnel and anti-tank mines, and locate and neutralize mines in live minefields. This MOS is also responsible for navigating between points on the ground, orienting maps, and operating and maintaining communications equipment.
11XINFANTRY ENLISTMENT OPTION (see above)
11ZINFANTRY SENIOR SERGEANT This is open to soldiers in E8 (sergeant) and E9 (master sergeant). These soldiers lead infantry troops.
 CORPS OF ENGINEERS – The engineering community in the Army are diverse in skill, but are also trained in fighting and defending Army facilities. Together the Corps community can build anything and destroy anything as well.
12AENGINEER SENIOR SERGEANT: These officers of the Corps of Engineers serve in a variety of engineering-related roles, including reconnaissance, demolitions, construction, rescue, and training.
12BCOMBAT ENGINEER: Also known as “Sappers,” these soldiers supervise or assist team members when tackling rough terrain in combat situations. They’re experts in mobility, counter-mobility, survival and general engineering. They build defenses to protect the troops or destroy obstacles in the way of combat troops movement, including mines and minefields.
12CBRIDGE CREWMEMBER
12DDIVER
12GQUARRYING SPECIALIST (RC)
12HCONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR
12KPLUMBER
12MFIREFIGHTER
12NHORIZONTAL CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
12PPRIME POWER PRODUCTION SPECIALIST
12QPOWER LINE DISTRIBUTION SPECIALIST (RC)
12RINTERIOR ELECTRICIAN
12TTECHNICAL ENGINEER
12VCONCRETE AND ASPHALT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
12WCARPENTRY AND MASONRY SPECIALIST
12XGENERAL ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR
12YGEOSPATIAL ENGINEER
12ZCOMBAT ENGINEERING SENIOR SERGEANT
 FIELD ARTILLERY – Field Artillery Soldiers operate a variety of electronics and communications platforms, as well as a variety of weapons systems and munitions. The main job of the Field Artillery MOS is to provide firepower during combat operations, as well as tactics, techniques, and procedures for the addition of all ground fire support systems in the Army arsenal.
13BCANNON CREWMEMBER
13DFIELD ARTILLERY AUTOMATED TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM SPECIALIST
13FFIRE SUPPORT SPECIALIST
13MMULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS)/HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY ROCKET SYSTEM (HIMARS) CREWMEMBER
13PMULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS) OPERATIONAL FIRE DIRECTION SPECIALIST
13RFIELD ARTILLERY FIREFINDER RADAR OPERATOR
13TFIELD ARTILLERY SURVEYOR/METEOROLOGICAL CREWMEMBER
13ZFIELD ARTILLERY SENIOR SERGEANT
 AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY – The Air Defense MOS community are responsible for the operation and maintenance of weapons systems that thwart enemy long and short range missiles. The Patriot Batteries are constantly deployed to such areas of South Korea and Israel to challenge the threat of incoming enemy missiles.
14EPATRIOT FIRE CONTROL ENHANCED OPERATOR/MAINTAINER
14GAIR DEFENSE BATTLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OPERATOR
14HAIR DEFENSE ENHANCED EARLY WARNING OPERATOR
14JAIR DEFENSE C41 TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER ENHANCED OPERATOR-MAINTAINER
14SAIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE (AMD) CREWMEMBER
14TPATRIOT LAUNCHING STATION ENHANCED OPERATOR/MAINTAINER
14ZAIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY SENIOR SERGEANT
 AVIATION – The officers and the soldiers of the Army Aviation community are responsible for the operation and maintenance of helicopters, planes, and unmanned aerial vehicles. Whether transportation of equipment or personnel or combat actions on enemy ground troops, the Army Aviation community increases the operational range of the Army soldier in combat.
15BAIRCRAFT POWERPLANT REPAIRER
15DAIRCRAFT POWERTRAIN REPAIRER
15EUNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS REPAIRER
15FAIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN
15GAIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL REPAIRER
15HAIRCRAFT PNEUDRAULICS REPAIRER
15JOH-58D ARMAMENT/ELECTRICAL/AVIONICS SYSTEMS REPAIRER
15KAIRCRAFT COMPONENTS REPAIR SUPERVISOR