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policies,   plans,   programs,   and   assessments,   and recommend  enhancement  to  physical  security  of  Navy bases, installations, property, and personnel. They also supervise and train security forces in antiterrorism defense and weapons proficiency and assist commands in   establishing   terrorist   threat   conditions   and implementing  defensive  measures  to  combat  threat. O C C U P A T I O N A L     F I E L D     2 0 (CRYPTOLOGY).— In this occupational field there is only  one  rating—Cryptologic  Technician  (CT).  The insignia for this rating is the symbol of a crossed quill and  spark. RMs   execute   information   transfer   with state-of-the-art multimedia technology, such as fiber optics, digital microwave, and tactical and commercial satellites on a global basis. They apply principles of advanced computer technology in support of space and electronic warfare; and operate, monitor, and control information  systems  in  support  of  the  worldwide telecommunications  network.  RMs  employ  knowledge of electronic and operational system theory in applying diagnostic  and  restoration  techniques  and  perform assigned  mission  organizational  level  maintenance  and repair   of   command,   control,   communications, computer, and intelligence systems. O C C U P A T I O N A L     F I E L D     2 2 (INTELLIGENCE). —This   occupational   field contains  only  one  rating—Intelligence  Specialist  (IS). The insignia for this rating is the symbol of a magnifying glass crossed with a quill. CTs are divided into six categories: Cryptologic Technicians  (Communications)  (CTOs),  Cryptologic Technicians   (Administrative)   (CTAs),   Cryptologic Technicians  (Interpretive)  (CTIs),  Cryptologic Technicians   (Maintenance)   (CTMs),   Cryptologic Technicians   (Collection)   (CTRs),   and   Cryptologic Technicians  (Technical)  (CTTs).  The  CTAs  will  be  the only category that we will discuss in the next paragraph because  of  the  sensitive  nature  of  the  other  CT categories. CTAs   perform   administrative,   clerical,   and personnel  security  duties,  including  typing  and  filing. They   operate   duplicating   and   word   processing equipment and office machines. They also prepare and route correspondence and reports, maintain records and publications, and serve as couriers and stationkeepers. They additionally perform classified material shipping tasks for the Naval Security Group in the United States, overseas,  and  aboard  ship. O C C U P A T I O N A L     F I E L D     2 1 (COMMUNICATIONS).—   This  occupational  task contains  only  one  rating—Radioman  (RM).  The insignia  for  this  rating  consists  of  a  replica  of  four sparks. ISs  assist  in  every  phase  of  the  collection, processing,   and   dissemination   of   intelligence information from raw information. They assemble and analyze  multisource  operational  intelligence  of  surface, subsurface, and air weapons in support of intelligence briefing,   reporting,   and   analytical   programs.   ISs prepare and present intelligence briefings. They also prepare  material  for  use  in  planning  attack  and photographic  reconnaissance  missions.  They  maintain intelligence files, including photographs, maps, charts, and photographic interpretation keys, and maintain and update  intelligence  libraries. O C C U P A T I O N A L     F I E L D     2 3 (METEOROLOGY   AND   OCEANOGRAPHY).– This   occupational   field   contains   only   one rating—Aerographer’s  Mate  (AG).  The  insignia  for this  rating  is  the  symbol  of  a  winged  circle  with  a vertical, feathered arrow through it. One-half of the circle is filled and to the front. 2-25

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