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Combat Systems Group

Fire Control School

Fire Control Technicians maintain the electronic equipment used in ship’s weapons systems. They are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the complex electronic, electrical, and mechanical equipment required to ensure the accuracy of Navy guided missile systems. They are also responsible for ship safety by recognizing and analyzing data from several critical systems including lidar, radar, gravitics, visual, radio, and missile telemetry inputs.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Fire Control Specialist SIA-SRN-08A SIA-RMN-0001
Fire Control Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-08C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-08A
Fire Control Qualification SIA-SRN-08D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-08C
Fire Control Warrant Project SIA-SRN-08W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-08C

Electronic Warfare School

Electronic Warfare Technicians operate and maintain ship’s electronic countermeasures (ECM) equipment. They’re responsible for evaluating and countering enemy ECM as well as programming and adjusting of the ship’s own ECM for better efficiency.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Electronic Warfare Specialist SIA-SRN-09A SIA-RMN-0001
Electronic Warfare Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-09C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-09A
Electronic Warfare Qualification SIA-SRN-09D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-09C
Electronic Warfare Warrant Project SIA-SRN-09W Project SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-09C

Tracking School

Tracking Specialists work in the Combat Information Center (CIC). They keep track of positions, headings, vectors and movement of other ships, small craft, and missiles, and pass the data on to Operations Specialists for evaluation.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Tracking Specialist SIA-SRN-10A SIA-RMN-0001
Tracking Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-10C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-10A
Tracking Qualification SIA-SRN-10D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-10C
Tracking Warrant Project SIA-SRN-10W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-10C

Sensor School

Sensor Technicians are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the various sensor systems that provide the data necessary for critical ship functions such as navigation, fire control, electronic warfare, and communications. They operate, test, and calibrate onboard radar, lidar, gravitic, and visual sensors to be certain that they function according to specifications.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Sensor Specialist SIA-SRN-32A SIA-RMN-0001
Sensor Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-32C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-32A
Sensor Qualification SIA-SRN-32D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-32C
Sensor Warrant Project SIA-SRN-32W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-32C

Weapons Group

Missile School

Missile Technicians operate, test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair missile weapons systems. They align, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair all areas of the missile system, launcher system, and various test systems. They troubleshoot and repair digital, electrical, molytronic, and electronic systems.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Missile Specialist SIA-SRN-27A SIA-RMN-0001
Missile Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-27C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-27A
Missile Qualification SIA-SRN-27D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-27C
Missile Warrant Project SIA-SRN-27W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-27C

Beam Weapons School

Beam Weapons Technicians operate, test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair all energy weapon systems. They align, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair all areas of the beam weapons system, launcher system, and various test systems. They troubleshoot and repair digital, electrical, molytronic, and electronic systems.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Beam Weapons Specialist SIA-SRN-28A SIA-RMN-0001
Beam Weapons Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-28C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-28A
Beam Weapons Qualification SIA-SRN-28D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-28C
Beam Weapons Warrant Project SIA-SRN-28W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-28C

Gunner School

Gunners operate and maintain all gunnery equipment, guided-missile launching systems, counter-missile launchers, beam weapons, point defense clusters, and associated equipment. They repair electrical, electronic, molytronic, hydraulic and mechanical systems, and make detailed casualty analysis. They test ammunition, missiles, and their ordnance components. Gunners train and supervise personnel in the handling and stowage of ammunition, missiles, and assigned ordnance equipment. They are also trained in small arms (pulsers, plasma rifles, flechette guns, and others), crew served weapons (tribarrels, plasma guns, SAM’s, and grenade launchers), pyrotechnics, hand grenades, non-lethal weapons, force protection and anti-terrorism. They also operate shooting ranges and armories and are responsible for the storage and issue of ammunition. Gunners must be qualified in all weapons technology. The prerequisite courses for Gunner include the Beam Weapons and Missile Tech courses.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Gunner Specialist SIA-SRN-29A SIA-RMN-0001
SIA-SRN-27A
SIA-SRN-28A
Gunner Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-29C SIA-RMN-0002
SIA-SRN-27C
SIA-SRN-28C
SIA-SRN-29A
Gunner Qualification SIA-SRN-29D SIA-RMN-0101
SIA-SRN-29C
SIA-SRN-27D
SIA-SRN-28D
Gunner Warrant Project SIA-SRN-29W SIA-RMN-0011
SIA-SRN-29C

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