In the Electronic Warfare field, Cyberspace, and the broader electromagnetic spectrum (EMS), are optimized by soldiers and leaders who understand both the operational and technical dimensions of this segment of the operational environment. Soldiers and leaders are outfitted with cyber-electronic capabilities that enable a broad range of joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multi-national activities during Full Spectrum Operations while concurrently reducing risk to the force.
The Military Police field includes four Army enlisted MOS's. The Army's Military Police can be utilized during offensive operations, defensive operations, stability operations, and civil support operations.
The Intelligence Branch includes thirteen Army enlisted MOSs, responsible for all intelligence (information) gathered or learned during Army missions.
The Finance field includes only one enlisted MOS, 36B - Financial Management Technician. Soldiers in this MOS are responsible to receive and post funding, commitment and obligations documents to accounting and budget systems.
Field 37 includes 37F - Psychological Operations Specialist. A Psychological Operations Specialist is an information and media specialist who can assess the information needs of a target population and develop and deliver the right message at the right time and place to create the intended result.
The Civil Affairs field includes MOS 38B - Civil Affairs Specialist. Civil Affairs specialists identify critical requirements needed by local citizens in combat or crisis situations.
There are three Army enlisted MOSs included in the Adjutant General's Corps, including band members and human resources specialists.
There are three Army enlisted MOS's included in the Public Affairs field. The Army Public Affairs Specialist participates in and assists with the supervision and administration of Army public affairs programs primarily through news releases, newspaper articles, Web-based material and photographs for use in military and civilian news media.
There is one MOS in the Field of Acquisition Corps. 51C NCOs serve as contingency contracting officers in support of a headquarters, principal assistant responsible for contracting, contracting support brigades, contingency contracting battalions, and/or installation contracting offices for training and mission support.
Chaplain Assistants (the only enlisted MOS assigned to this field) provide much-needed support to the Chaplains during missions and everyday activities. A Chaplain Assistant primarily provides support for the Unit Ministry Team programs and worship services.