Army MOS 12T Technical Engineer
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  • Assist in the performance of field and laboratory tests on construction materials, construction surveys
    and drafting for Army construction
  • Draw topographic maps and charts
  • Make scale drawings of roads, airfields, buildings, and other military projects using Computer Aided
    Drafting systems and software
  • Conduct geodetic and construction surveys and computing survey results utilizing Automated
    Integrated Survey Instruments and Global Positioning Survey Technology
  • Draw diagrams for wiring and plumbing of structures
  • Provide technical support for vertical and horizontal construction projects
  • Build scale models of land areas that show hills, lakes, roads, and buildings
  • Piece together aerial photographs to form large photomaps

Training
Job training for a Technical Engineer requires nine weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic
Soldiering skills, and 16 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction. Part of this time is
spent in the classroom and part in the field. Some of the skills you'll learn are:

  • Surveying and drafting techniques
  • Aerial photo interpretation
  • Architectural and structural drawing

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The Army builds and repairs many airstrips, docks, barracks,
roads, bridges, and other projects each year and the
Technical Engineer is essential to this process. Technical
Engineers conduct land surveys, make maps and prepare
detailed plans and drawings for construction projects. They
also occasionally provide surveys and maps that are used to
locate military targets and plot troop movements.

The Technical Engineer supervises or participates in
construction site development to include technical
investigation, surveying, drafting, development of
construction plans and specifications.

Some of your duties as a Technical Engineer may include: