|Update to Regular Army Reclassification Procedures for Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 17C (Cyber Operations Specialist)
| Milper Message Number 17-058
1. This message is effective upon publication and will expire no later than 1 Jan 18.
2. MILPER Message 15-384 (Update to Regular Army Reclassification Procedures
for MOS 17C (Cyber Operations Specialist)) 2 Dec 15, is rescinded upon
publication of this message.
3. This message provides guidance for the reclassification procedures for military
occupational specialty (MOS) 17C in conjunction with the above references.
4. The Army continues to seek a limited number of highly qualified Soldiers in the
ranks of Private through Sergeant to become cyber operations specialists (MOS
17C). Cyber operations specialists execute offensive and defensive cyberspace
operations in support of the full range of military operations by enabling actions
and generating effects across all domains.
The cyber operations specialist ensures the freedom of maneuver within the
cyberspace domain and denies the same to adversaries. Cyber operations
specialists will enable offensive cyberspace operations intended to project power
by the application of force in and through cyberspace by targeting enemy and
hostile adversary activities and capabilities.
Cyber operations specialists also enable defensive cyberspace operations in order
to protect data, networks, net-centric capabilities and other designated systems by
detecting, identifying and responding to attacks against friendly networks.
5. U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC) is accepting voluntary
reclassification requests into MOS 17C from Soldiers meeting the following
prerequisites for reclassification:
a. Must be a Sergeant or below.
b. Must be eligible for retention and reclassification in accordance with references
A, B and C above. Applicants should submit their application packet for approval
to Director, Office Chief of Cyber, U.S. Army Cyber School, Fort Gordon, GA
c. All Soldiers must meet the following qualifications:
(1) Physical demand rating of moderate (Gold).
(2) Meet the physical requirements of MOS 17C in accordance with reference C
(3) Normal color vision.
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