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14 April 1998
US Naval Academy
NAVY OFFICER BILLET CLASSIFICATION CODES
NOBCs identify officer billet requirements and officer occupational experience acquired through billet experience or through a combination of education and experience.
An NOBC provides a general description of duties performed in a billet. It is not meant to cover every duty required of the job nor is every duty listed necessarily a requirement for the billet. Similarly, an NOBC in an officer's record does not necessarily indicate that the officer has experience in every duty listed in the definition. The NOBC identifies a group of officer billets which are similar but not necessarily identical in scope and nature of duties.
Analysis of information contained in a reserve officer's qualifications records maintained by the Naval Reserve Personnel Center (NAVRESPERSCEN) is the basis for assigning NOBC codes to inactive duty Naval Reserve officers. The Inactive Officer Master File, because of limitations, displays only the latest four NOBCs attained for:
NAVRESPERSCEN maintains all other NOBCs on file. Submit requests (sample NOBC request letter [link dead; see http://www.nrjag.org/nobc.htm) for new NOBC certification via the chain of command to NAVRESPERSCEN per BUPERSINST 5400.42 series.
Applicable NOBCs for Mobilization Billets in the Naval Space Reserve Program:
1000 - 1999 SUPPLY AND FISCAL FIELD
This field includes classification which identify billets with primary duties involving research, planning administration, or performance in connection with budget preparation and control, the accounting and disbursing of funds, auditing, general procurement, transportation, subsistence and food service, and the storage and distribution of supplies.
1400-1499 PROCUREMENT GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with purchasing, renting, leasing, or otherwise obtaining supplies and services, and include all phases of contract administration.
1480: PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING OFFICER [PRCM CONTRACT]
Contracts for all types of systems, equipment, supplies and services. Analyzes purchase requests. Determines prospective sources. Solicits bids, proposals, quotations and evaluates industry responses. Establishes negotiation objectives, obtains necessary clearances and conducts negotiations. Awards contracts and ensures that all contractual documentation complies with statutory and regulatory requirements.
Related Codes: NOBC - 1476, 1485; DOD Group - 8D Procurement and Production
2000 - 2999 SCIENCES AND SERVICES FIELD
This field includes classification which identify billets with primary duties involving scientific research of broad naval applicability; oceanography, organizing and enforcing measures for physical security and disaster control of personnel and property; and classifications in law, management, and public relations.
2000-2099 PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with physical and natural sciences, including mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, aerospace, and materials engineering.
2098: SPACE PROJECTS TECHNOLOGIST [SPACE PJ TECH]
Directs or serves as Navy technical assistant, consultant, or adviser in various space projects. Serves as representative to cognizant organizations and installations, including private contractors, other armed services and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Implements space activities established and/or authorized by the Navy in support of specific space projects.
Related Codes: NOBC - 6280; DOD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
2100-2199 NAVAL SCIENCE GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with research and development in air, surface, and subsurface warfare, and with management of designated projects.
2164: DESIGNATED PROJECT BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR [DPJ BUS ADMIN]
Manages the business and financial matters of a designated project. Performs cost estimates, analysis, planning and programming, budget development, overview of the contract administration function, management systems utilization and analysis, cost control, accounting and reporting and the development of selected acquisition reports and such other reports as may be required by the Congress or the Secretary of Defense.
NOTE - Restriction on use: In the identification of billets, this NOBC shall be applied only to billets in which the incumbent reports directly, or through the principal deputy, to the designated project manager.
Related Codes: NONE; DOD Group - 7D Comptrollers and Fiscal
2170: DESIGNATED PROJECT SUPPORT OFFICER [DPJ SUP]
Performs duties in direct support of a designated project manager. Performs duties in the engineering, logistics, procurement, test and evaluation, or financial management phases of the project.
NOTE - Restriction on use: In the identification of billets, this NOBC shall identify billets in the immediate office of a designated project manager in which the incumbent reports to the project manager through two or more levels of officer or civilian supervision. Also, it may identify billets in appropriate systems command field activities and laboratories wherein the incumbent provides services directly related to the development, production, test, or material support of a weapon system acquisition project managed by a designated project manager.
Related Codes: NOBC - 1480; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
2300-2399 OCEANOGRAPHY GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with collection, evaluation, production, and dissemination of worldwide oceanographic, hydrographic, air-ocean interface, meteorological, chronometric, and astronomical information.
2306: OCEANOGRAPHY SERVICES OFFICER [OCN SVC]
Provides oceanographic, meteorological, hydrographic, chronometric, and astronomical information to the Navy. Implements all phases of the naval Oceanography Program. maintains liaison with operational fleet units, responding to fleet requirements and advising on the application of cognizant sciences to naval warfare. Supervises preparation of climatological records. Reviews resource requirements. maintains liaison with other organizations concerning cognizant sciences.
Related Codes: NOBC - 23XX; DOD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
2332: METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT PROGRAM OFFICER [MOEP]
Manages and implements the meteorological and Oceanographic Equipment Program. Monitors facilities concerned with oceanographic and meteorological equipment installation, repair, maintenance, rework, and supply. Advises on personnel and training requirements. Provides technical assistance to field activities. Provides instruction for operators and maintainers. Monitors availability of spare parts and supplies.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2306; DOD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
2365: STAFF OCEANOGRAPHY OFFICER [STF OCN]
Advises and assists the commander in operational execution of the Naval Oceanography Program. Assists operational units in preparing, interpreting and evaluating oceanographic (including acoustic), meteorological and hydrographic information. Develops oceanography policy and plans. Prepares climatological studies for operational planning. Prepares environmental section of operations plans. Provides technical assistance to equipment design engineers.
Related Codes: NOBC - 23XX; DOD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
2400-2499 PUBLIC AFFAIRS GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with preparation and dissemination of information regarding the naval service to the general public, and with the recording of naval history.
2412: PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER [PAO]
Directs or participates in program to disseminate information of interest to general public and service personnel. Prepares and/or edits informational material. Arranges publicity for personnel, events and activities and promotes favorable relations with the press and general public. Reviews material for conformance to security regulations. Maintains liaison with commercial publishers and broadcasters, and with civic, educational and youth organizations.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2410, 2430; DOD Group - 7G Information
2415: HISTORICAL OFFICER [HISTORICAL]
Prepares histories, narratives, monographs and other studies. Collects, evaluates and compiles information concerning naval activities. Produces narrative accounts of events for publication. Conducts research on naval subjects and assembles material. Verifies facts and figures for speeches, letters, official statements, press releases, and publications. Maintains liaisons with magazines and historical and information agencies for obtaining and disseminating material. Collects and preserves objects, trophies and relics of historical value to the Navy.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2430, 3254; DOD Group - 5D Social Scientists
2500-2599 LEGAL GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with administration of legal matters, and with the general or specialized practice of law as applied to naval needs.
2505: GENERAL ATTORNEY [GEN ATTY]
Provides general legal counsel for naval activity. Administers legal services in such fields as military law, personnel security programs, administrative law, admiralty matters, tort claims, litigation, naval property and jurisdiction. Interprets court decisions and decisions of the Comptroller General. Prepares reviews of proceedings of Navy courts-martial, investigations, and courts of inquiry. Furnishes legal assistance.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2510-2558; DOD Group - 5F Legal
2510: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ATTORNEY [ADMIN LAW ATTY]
Adviser on legal questions involving administrative law, policies and procedures. Prepares and coordinates opinions on matters involving naval administrative law. Reviews for legality investigations and actions of Navy courts and boards. Reviews and controls proposed changes to regulatory publications. Advises on feasibility of proposed legislation and legality of administrative actions.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2505, 2530; DOD Group - 5F Legal
2529: INTERNATIONAL LAW ATTORNEY [INTNL LAW ATTY]
Provides legal advice and services on matters involving international law. Advises on drafting, negotiation and interpretation of treaties and other international agreements. Interprets foreign law, maritime law (less admiralty) and jurisdiction, including law of the sea and of naval warfare. Advises on status of nuclear-powered ships, air and space law, military assistance programs, overseas base rights, foreign criminal jurisdiction over U.S. personnel, immigration and nationality, diplomatic protests, international organizations, and United Nations trust territories.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2505, 2510; DOD Group - 5F Legal
2600-2699 MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with the execution of management functions and administrative operations.
2610: MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OFFICER [MGT ANAL CTL]
Directs and develops methods and procedures for improving operational efficiency and manpower utilization in naval activities, including ships and fleet staffs. Reviews activity objectives. Establishes job standards through time studies, analytical estimating, and synthesis. Studies personnel and material utilization. Develops improved work procedures. Prepares technical and administrative manuals, instructions and reports.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2615, 9034; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
2614: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER OFFICER [MGT INFO CEN]
Directs or assists in operation of naval activity Management Information Center (MIC). Coordinates with Management Information Systems Officer and program managers to ascertain information requirements of senior Navy executives. Gathers, analyzes and presents timely and significant management information. Ensures optimum use of most advanced technology in gathering, transmitting, preparing, storing, retrieving, and presenting management information. Expedites flow of data and analyses among management information centers.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2612, 9710; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
2615: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER [ADMIN]
Directs administrative division or serves as executive assistant to operating head, performing combination of administrative duties such as personnel administration, organization and methods, space planning, work-progress reporting, and supervision of postal activities. Plans modification of organization in accordance with workload. Exercises management control over personnel, services and funds. Compiles administrative manuals. Analyzes organization methods to improve effectiveness. Approves request for office supplies, facilities and equipment. Recommends selection of personnel referred by personnel officer.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2605, 2610, 9034; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
4000 - 4999 FACILITIES ENGINEERING FIELD
This field includes classifications which identify primary duties involving shore facilities management which encompasses:
4200-4299 GENERAL GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties involving shore facilities research, planning, design, construction, and maintenance; facilities related staff functions; and matters pertaining to the Petroleum and Oil shale reserves. Excluded from this group are classifications pertaining to nuclear shore system facilities which are contained in the 4700-4799 group.
4215: FACILITES PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER [FACPLN & PGM]
Directs or assists in the formulation of shore facilities plans and programs and in the development and review of military construction projects. Coordinates and plans the development and support of military construction programs. Maintains technical liaison with systems commands and fleet commands on facilities logistic problems.
Related Codes: NOBC - 4210, 4230; DOD Group - 4A Construction and Utilities
5000 - 5999 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING FIELD
This field includes classifications which identify primary duties involving research, design and development, installation, utilization and maintenance of electronic equipment, systems and training devices.
5900-5999 GENERAL GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties involving planning, research, design and development, installation, maintenance, and repair of electronic equipment and systems.
5917: ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT RESEARCH OFFICER [ELXEQ RSCH]
Directs or participates in research, design, and development of electronic equipment. Analyzes design factors and prepares integrated programs of design and development. Prepares equipment and installation design specifications. Supervises or participates in preparation of plans, specifications and drawings for electronic equipment. Assists in preparation and defense of budgetary estimates for electronics programs. Confers with representatives of systems commands, other governmental agencies and private contractors on research, design and development problems.
Related Codes: NOBC - 5970, 5980; DOD Group - 4B Electrical/Electronic
5925: ELECTRONICS INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING OFFICER (GENERAL) [ELX I&M PLNGEN]
Directs and coordinates installation and maintenance planning of electrical and electronic equipment and systems. Develops or approves diagrams and plans for installation and maintenance of new equipment. Directs accomplishment of field modifications and preparation of engineering procedures and standards for installation and maintenance of gear. Reviews and takes action on alteration requests submitted by ships, aircraft and installation activities.
Related Codes: NOBC - 5904, 5963, 5977 DOD Group - 4B Electrical/Electronic
5930: SPACE REQUIREMETS ANALYST [SPACERQMT ANAL]
Analyzes current space technology and evaluates operational effectiveness of navigation, communication and ocean surveillance satellite systems. Establishes and coordinates requirements of Navy space systems. Provides advice and information on physical sciences aspects of naval operations planning. Collaborates with other armed services and agencies on engineering standards, space frequency utilization, modulation techniques and multiplexing schemes. Evaluates results of spacecraft and terminal testing.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2098, 5904; DoD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
5970: ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MILITARY CHARACTERISTICS OFFICER [ELXEQ MIL CHAR]
Coordinates design of electronic equipment with operations needs of the fleet. Defines basic objectives of research, design and development of electronic equipment such as radar, sonar, radio, navigational aids and training aids. Reviews operational requirements and determines military features needed. Determines physical limitations such as power, space, weight and manpower requirements of equipment and establishes electronic characteristics and restrictions. Collaborates with other services in equipment design and characteristic functions.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2098, 5904; DOD Group - 5A Physical Scientists
6000 - 6999 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING FIELD
This field includes classifications which identify billets with primary duties involving research in, and development and production of, naval weapons and weapons materials and the installation and maintenance thereof.
6700-6799 WEAPONS MATERIAL AND PROGRAMS GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with design, development, acceptance, procurement, installation, distribution, maintenance, and overhaul of weapons material.
6717: PROGRAM MANAGER, WEAPONS SYSTEMS [PGM MGR WEPSYS]
Administers weapons systems design, development, acceptance and utilization programs. Coordinates and directs program planning functions. Fosters cooperative action in meeting overall command goals and objectives. Coordinates policies affecting assigned projects and ensures that effective policies are established and implemented. Reviews and approves detailed plans prepared within systems command for assigned projects and programs. Recommends modifications, as necessary, to requirements received from higher authority.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2145, 2165; DOD Group - 4E Ordnance
8000 - 8999 AVIATION FIELD
This field includes classifications which identify primary duties involving squadron command and operation and the immediate support thereof; research, design, development, technical procurement, production, testing, fitting out, maintenance, modification, repair and effectiveness of naval aircraft; and photography.
8100-8199 AVIATION ENGINEERING (MAINTENANCE AND REWORK) GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties involving planning, administration, and direction of depot, intermediate, and organizational maintenance of naval aircraft, components, parts, and support equipment.
8189: AIRCRAFT INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE OFFICER, GENERAL [A/C IMNT GEN]
Administers and supervises intermediate level maintenance program in accordance with controlling directives from higher authority. Supervises intermediate level maintenance, including calibration, repair or replacement of damaged or unserviceable parts, components, or assemblies and manufacture of unavailable parts. Promotes improvements in policy direction, technical supervision and management control of programs affecting aircraft maintenance activities.
Related Codes: NOBC - 8175, 8177, 8190-8195; DOD Group - 4D Aviation Maintenance and Allied
8600-8699 GROUND OPERATIONS GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties involving the direction or administration of operations required for the immediate support of the flight group such as air traffic control, flight safety, line servicing, aircraft arming and fueling, flight scheduling, and miscellaneous airport services.
8632: ELECTRONIC WARFARE OFFICER, AVIATION [ELX WRF AV]
Advises and assists squadron commander in employment of electronic warfare equipment. Prepares and disseminates electronic warfare doctrine, plans, orders, electronic intelligence and training exercises. Institutes training programs for electronic equipment operators. Assists in collation of electronic data processing information. Collects, submits, and/or reviews reports of electronic warfare training exercises and operations, recommending remedial action. Directs and/or participates in electronic search reconnaissance flights. Analyzes, evaluates and recommends exploitation of electronic intelligence data. Operates electronic countermeasures equipment when required.
Related Codes: NOBC - 8585, 9046; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9000 - 9999 NAVAL OPERATIONS FIELD
This field includes classifications which identify primary duties involving naval tactics and strategy, general logistics, fleet and ship command and operations, including engineering operations afloat; and classifications concerned with the immediate support of operations such as port control, shore defense, civil affairs, communications (including cryptology), intelligence and automatic data processing. Excluded from this field are classifications with primary duties involving aviation operations which are separately identified in the Aviation Field (8000-8999).
9000-9099 STAFF AND FLEET COMMAND GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties involving the exercise of administrative or tactical command of two or more units such as division, squadron, flotilla, force, or fleet; and staff assistance to the commands by such functions as gathering and evaluating information; preparing plans, schedules, directives, and reports; disseminating information; and supervising planned action. Primary duties, the substantive nature of which is more significant than staff and command functions such as aviation, engineering, supply, medical, legal, communications, and intelligence, are separately identified in subject matter groups.
9016: CHIEF STAFF OFFICER [CHIEF STF OFF]
Coordinates activities of staff officers in accordance with general policies laid down by the commander. Guides work efforts of staff, exercising general supervision over sections and ensuring that completed staff work is submitted to commander for decision. Serves as major contact point for other commands. Advises and assists commander in consideration of policies and problems. Acts as direct representative, signing correspondence on routine matters and determining line of action in situation where views of commander are known.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9034, 9067; DOD Group - 1B Executives, N.E.C.
9045: STAFF OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER WATCH OFFICER [STFOPSCMDCENWO]
Supervises the operations of Staff Operations Command Center for watch period. Advises command of tactical situation. Reviews, evaluates, monitors and interprets operations information. Maintains a plot of location and schedule of all command units and other units of interest. Takes emergency action as prescribed by command directives.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9065, 9274; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9060: STAFF COMMAND AND CONTROL OFFICER [STF C&C]
Assists commander by taking initial actions in rapidly developing crises. Prepares and, upon approval, implements staff emergency action procedures. Directs and monitors dedicated command and control communications facilities. Monitors the status and employment of nuclear forces in support of general war plans. Coordinates the use and development of automatic data processing systems for use in command and control. Develops plans, procedures and equipment for use in the command center.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9042, 9065; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9065: STAFF OPERATIONS AND PLANS OFFICER [STF OPS&PLN]
Assists commander by coordinating the formulation and preparation of operation plans and policies. Prepares standard instructions concerning disposition and tactical procedures for units constituting command's forces. Advises in matters relating to the combat readiness of subordinate commands to perform air/surface/subsurface functions. Directs preparation of estimates of situation, coordinating with other staff divisions. Oversees preparation and implementation of training schedules and exercises. Maintains liaison with forces associated with commander's mission.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9062, 9274; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9069: STAFF READINESS OFFICER (WEAPONS) [STF REDI WEP]
Administers program designed to maintain and improve combat readiness of ships of command. Determines efficiency rating of ship by planning, organizing, conducting, or evaluating competitions and exercises and assigns annual and special marks. Establishes test program for equipment and/or ordinance systems. Recommends modification or development of new tactics and doctrine.
Related Codes: NOBC - 8950, 9065, 9068-9078; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9085: OPERATIONS ANALYST [OPS ANAL]
Conducts theoretical, statistical and simulator analyses of complex systems. Assist in determining basis for decisions regarding selection, employment and control of operations systems. Interprets results of fundamental operations research studies. Assists in design of fleet and operational evaluations of new equipment, weapons systems and tactics and in interpretation of results of evaluations. Assists in design, analysis and interpretation of results of fleet exercises.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2085, 2180, 8972, 9065, 9073, 9086; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9086: STRATEGIC PLANS OFFICER [STRAT PLN]
Prepares naval strategic plans, policies and studies. Develops strategic plans and policies for overall naval operations and for specific geographical areas in accordance with established joint strategic plans. Review operations plans for adequacy and relationship to strategic concepts. Provides guidance to Naval War College and naval members of other service college staff concerning naval plans, policies and developments. Serves on joint strategic plans committee. Maintains liaison with joint service agencies and Government departments.
Related Codes: NOBC - 3265, 9073, 9087; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9200-9299 SHIPBOARD OPERATIONS AND WEAPONS GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with individual ship command and ship operations (except engineering operations), and with shipboard weapons systems, underwater demolition, and special weapons.
9216: COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER OFFICER [CIC]
Directs collection, display, evaluation, and dissemination of operational and combat information. Supervises Combat Information Center (CIC) personnel operating radar, sonar, electronic countermeasures, communications and plotting equipment. Provides information to control station regarding navigation, movement of friendly and enemy ships and aircraft and current combat information. Directs the care, operation and maintenance of CIC equipment. Assists in target designation, piloting, antisubmarine operations and tactical deception.
Related Codes: NOBC - NONE; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9282: SHIP'S ELECTRONIC WARFARE OFFICER [SHP ELX WRF]
Assists combat information center officer by supervising electronic warfare operations. Supervises search, jamming and deception operations. Acts as evaluator of intercept contacts. Collects information on characteristics of own and enemy electronic equipment.
Related Codes: NOBC - 8632, 9046, 9079, 9220; DOD Group - 2G Operations Staff
9500-9599 COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with planning, directing, and operating naval communications system, afloat and ashore.
9510: COMMUNICATION OFFICER, ASHORE [COMM ASHR]
Directs communication activities of cornnand. Supervises radio operation, message transmission, land line services, circuit control and operation and maintenance of electronic and visual communications equipment. Formulates communication plans and directives. Provides for physical security of messages. Manages local communication program. Ensures strict accountability of message-releasing authorities.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9525, 9565, 9582, 9590; DOD Group - 4C Communications and Radar
9515: COMMUNICATIONS PLANS AND OPERATIONS OFFICER [COMM PLN&OPS]
Formulates communication plans and prepares communication annexes to operation plans and orders. Reviews communication plans prepared by higher authority. Prepares necessary supporting plans and provides information and advice on their implementation. Maintains liaison with communication planning staffs of other services and agencies. Supervises collection, evaluation, and display of communication information.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9412, 9486, 9565, 9590; DOD Group - 4C Communications and Radar
9535: CUSTODIAN OF CMS MATERIAL [CMS CUSTO]
Serves as custodian of Communications Security Material System (CMS) material distributed to command or activity. Procures material in accordance with allowance list, maintaining secure stowage. Makes, or supervises making of, corrections as required by appropriate directives. Reissues material on local custody as necessary. Takes periodic inventories. Disposes of material as authorized or directed. Reports any actual or suspected loss or compromise.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9510, 9555, 9580; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
9543 DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS [DIR COMM]
Provides and maintains adequate and secure communication system. Directs planning, administration and review of all phases of communications such as frequency allocations, standard operating procedures, cryptography and publications. Directs communication intelligence and operation of security activities. Coordinates plans and allowances with respect to communication equipment. May serve on various military and civilian boards. Formulates communications policy.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9515, 9590; DOD Group - 4C Communications and Radar
9560: SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER [SAT COMM]
Directs operation and maintenance of satellite link terminal afloat or ashore. Prepares and implements terminal operation plans. Ensures maximum efficiency in use of terminal. Coordinates terminal operation with ship or station facilities control. Ensures adequate logistic support. Supervises preparation of comprehensive maintenance records. Schedules maintenance actions in accordance with operations schedule of terminal.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9510, 9582; DOD Group - 4C Communications and Radar
9590: STAFF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER [STF COMM]
Advises and assists staff, fleet, or force commanders by planning and administering communications. Formulates communication plans and directives. Maintains liaison with other services and joint or allied commands on communication matters. Enforces communication discipline. Assigns frequencies within allowances. Maintains security of communications and communications equipment. Supervises cryptoboard activities.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9510, 9525, 9565, 9582; DOD Group - 4C Communications and Radar
9600-9699 INTELLIGENCE GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with the planning and execution of measures to collect, evaluate, interpret, and disseminate information, data, and material concerning naval plans, facilities, and equipment of foreign nations, and to safeguard naval information and the security of the United States.
9600: INTELLIGENCE OFFICER, BASIC [INTEL BASIC]
Assists in collection, evaluation, and dissemination of naval intelligence in support of surface, air, and antisubmarine warfare units and operational staffs. Participates in reconnaissance missions and in interrogation of prisoners. maintains order of battle information and intelligence plots. Prepares and develops intelligence reports. Develops intelligence estimates.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9680, 9683; DOD Group - 3A Intelligence, General
9640: OPERATIONAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (GENERAL) [OP INTEL GEN]
Supervises the collection, processing and dissemination of intelligence of tactical and strategic value in naval and/or joint operations. Supervises the intelligence input to target programs and provides advice on mission planning and weapon selection. Supervises the preparation of intelligence estimates and intelligence annexes to operation orders and plans. Supervises maintenance of the order of battle information, intelligence plots and data handling systems. Supervises the production of intelligence reports. Coordinates reconnaissance missions and interrogations of prisoners.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9670, 9680; DOD Group - 3A Intelligence, General
9651: AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING INTELLIGENCE OFFICER [ADP INTEL]
Develops and supervises the application of data processing systems in Naval Intelligence programs. Develops software packages to support the Naval Intelligence ADP programs and conventional targeting to permit rapid processing, storage, collation, retrieval and dissemination of information in support of operational commanders. Advises command on computer application, capabilities and limitations. Maintains liaison with other activities within the intelligence community concerning computer systems, formatted files and preparation of modification of existing programs.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9680; DOD Group - 3A Intelligence, General
9660: SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER [SCI & TECH INTEL]
Supplies technical intelligence information concerning foreign naval materials and processes. Receives, processes and ensures timely dissemination of technical and scientific intelligence in order to keep responsible naval authorities informed concerning design, characteristics, potentialities, developments and trends of foreign naval material and related scientific and technical processes.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9650; DOD Group - 3A Intelligence, General
9680: OPERATIONAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (ANALYST) [OPINTEL ANAL]
Screens and analyzes information for intelligence value in support of fleet, joint and national level operating forces and staffs. Identifies information related to "indications and warning" of imminent hostilities. Identifies intelligence gaps and requests collection action. Maintains order of battle, intelligence plots, data files and quality of input to automated data processing systems. Assures timely dissemination and reporting of intelligence data. Prepares data for incorporation into intelligence estimates, plans and orders.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9640, 9682; DOD Group - 3A Intelligence, General
9800-9899 CRYPTOLOGY GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties common to Naval Security Group operations.
9845: CLASSIC WIZARD OPERATIONS OFFICER [CLASSIC WI OPS]
Directs CLASSIC WIZARD operations. Supervises data collection, tabulation and analysis. Disseminates information or assists with these duties. (Information concerning specific duties is not available for general distribution because of security classification but may be obtained on a need-to-know basis from COMNAVSECGRU (G54)).
Related Codes: NOBC - 9851, NONE; DOD Group - 3B Communications Intelligence
9850: DIRECT SUPPORT COORDINATOR, NAVAL SECURITY GROUP [DSUP COOR NSG]
Supervises operational performance of Naval Security Group detachment personnel who provide direct support to the operational commander in the areas of signal intelligence and communication security. Serves as liaison between detachments and higher command in operational and security matters. Maintains special intelligence and Order of Battle files. Provides Special Security Officer assistance to subordinate direct support units. Manages selection and training of personnel scheduled for assignment to direct support units. Monitors technical support, equipment procurement and maintenance.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9851, 9852, 9853; DOD Group - 3B Communications Intelligence
9900-9999 GENERAL GROUP
Classifications in this group identify primary duties associated with determination of major policy within the Navy, overall and coordinating management of the Naval Establishment, and duties not specifically identified in another group.
9930 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT [EXEC ASST]
Coordinates activities of staff assistants to a senior civilian (secretarial level) or military official. Organizes, plans and controls administrative matters, ensuring submission of completed staff work to the official. Serves as principal contact point for the official and controls appointments. Advises and assists the superior in consideration of policies and problems. Provides answers to inquiries of policy and nonpolicy nature when superior's views are known. Performs liaison with other offices.
Related Codes: NOBC - 2615, 9015, 9082; DOD Group - 7A Administrators, General
9981 NAVAL PLANS AND POLICIES DIRECTOR NAVAL COMMAND SYSTEMS [PP DIR CMDSYS]
Exercises policy direction and control over all matters pertaining to naval command and control systems, combat direction and electronic warfare, including operational readiness, operational training, tactical doctrine and operational requirements.
Related Codes: NOBC - 9970, 9980; DOD Group - lB Executives, N.E.C.