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TMs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate  level maintenance on underwater ordnance such as torpedoes and  antisubmarine  rockets.  They  operate  and  maintain test  equipment,  launching  and  firing  systems,  and storage  facilities  associated  with  underwater  ordnance. They  also  prepare  underwater  ordnance  for  launching and  conduct  postfiring  routines  and  securing  and evaluation   procedures. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELD   10   (SENSOR OPERATIONS).—  This occupational field includes the  Electronics  Warfare  Technician  (EW),  Ocean Systems  Technician  (OT),  and  Sonar  Technician  (ST) ratings. Electronics Warfare Technician.—The insignia for the Electronics Warfare Technician (EW) rating is a helium atom slashed by a lightning bolt. EWs  operate  and  perform  organizational  and intermediate  level  maintenance  on  electronic  warfare systems and associated supporting equipment. They extract,  interpret  and  apply  data  from  intelligence publications, reports, and other documentation. Senior EWs  train  and  supervise  personnel  in  EW  assignments and supervise the preparation of electronic warfare reports. Ocean  Systems  Technician.—  The insignia for the Ocean Systems Technician (OT) rating is a trident crossed  by  waves. OTs  operate  analysis,  localization,  correlation, resource  allocation,  communications,  and  display equipment associated with the Integrated Undersea Surveillance  System  (IUSS)  for  the  analysis, evaluation,  and  interpretation  of  acoustic  data  for operational  use.  They  evaluate  equipment  operation, locate and analyze equipment casualties, and make repairs and adjustments. They align, maintain, supervise  the  maintenance  of  IUSS  equipment. and OTs  are  divided  into  two  categories:  (1)  Ocean Systems  Technicians  (Analyst)  (OTAs)  and  (2)  Ocean Systems Technicians (Maintainer) (OTMs). Some of their  specific  responsibilities  are  reflected  in  the  next paragraph. The   OTAs   operate   the   analysis,   localization, correlation, resource allocation, communication, and display equipment associated with the IUSS for the analysis,  evaluation,  and  interpretation  of  acoustic  data for operational use. On the other hand, the OTMs perform  preventive  and  corrective  maintenance  at  the organizational  level  on  IUSS  digital  and  analog equipment. Sonar  Technician.—The  insignia  for  the  Sonar Technician  (ST)  rating  is  the  symbol  of  earphones pierced  by  an  arrow. STs  are  divided  into  two  categories:  (1)  Sonar Technicians,   Surface   (STGs)   and   (2)   Sonar Technicians, Submarine (STSs). Some of their specific responsibilities are listed in the next two paragraphs. The  STGs  operate  (manipulate,  control,  evaluate, and  interpret  data)  surface  sonar  and  oceanographic equipment,   surface   ship   underwater   fire   control equipment,  and  associated  equipment  for  the  solution of antisubmarine warfare problems. They also perform organizational   and   intermediate   maintenance   on surface  sonar  and  allied  equipment. The  STSs  operate  (manipulate,  control,  evaluate, and interpret data) submarine sonar and oceanographic equipment  and  submarine  auxiliary  sonar.  They coordinate submarine sonar and underwater fire control interface  and  perform  organizational  and  intermediate maintenance  on  submarine  and  allied  equipment. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELD   12   (DATA SYSTEMS).—  This occupational field includes the Data Processing Technician (DP) and Data Systems Technician (DS) ratings. Data  Processing  Technician.—  The insignia for the  Data  Processing  Technician  (DP)  rating  is  the symbol of a quill resting on a gear. 2-18

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