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Special Forces Officers Military Career

Average Salary:

$105,065

Most Common Degree:

Not Available

Each service has specially trained forces to perform rapid strike missions. These elite forces stay in a constant state of readiness to strike anywhere in the world on a moment's notice. Special forces officers lead special operations forces in offensive raids, demolitions, intelligence gathering, and search and rescue missions. Due to the wide variety of missions, special forces officers are trained swimmers, parachutists, and survival experts.

Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard Military Career

Average Salary:

$49,320

Most Common Degree:

Work Experience Only

The military maintains a large inventory of food, medicines, ammunition, spare parts, and other supplies. Keeping the military's supply system operating smoothly is an important job. The lives of combat troops in the field may depend on receiving the right supplies on time. Warehousing and distribution specialists receive, store, record, and issue military supplies.

Storage and Distribution Managers Military Career

Average Salary:

$88,028

Most Common Degree:

Bachelor's Degree

The military needs vast amounts of supplies to feed and supply its personnel. Tons of materials such as food, fuel, medicine, and ammunition must be ordered, stored, and distributed each day. Supply and warehousing managers plan and direct personnel who order, receive, store, and issue equipment and supplies.

Surveying Technicians Military Career

Average Salary:

$50,053

Most Common Degree:

Work Experience Only

The military builds and repairs many airstrips, docks, barracks, roads, and other projects each year. Surveying, mapping, and drafting technicians conduct land surveys, make maps, and prepare detailed plans and drawings for construction projects. Surveys and maps are also used to locate military targets and plot troop movements.

Telecommunications Engineering Specialists Military Career

Average Salary:

$53,357

Most Common Degree:

Not Available

The military uses computers in almost every aspect of its operations. Military computers are used to process payroll and personnel information, control the targeting and firing of weapons systems, account for money, gather and analyze intelligence data, and make it easier to communicate around the world. Computer systems officers direct the operations of computer centers and are involved in the planning and development of computer systems.

Transportation Managers Military Career

Average Salary:

$94,679

Most Common Degree:

Bachelor's Degree

Each year, the military transports thousands of service men and women and tons of material to bases across the U.S. and overseas. Ships, aircraft, trucks, buses, vans, and trains are all part of the military's transportation system. Transportation managers direct the transport of military personnel and material by air, road, rail, and water.

Treasurers and Controllers Military Career

Average Salary:

$106,494

Most Common Degree:

Advanced Degree

Each year, the services spend billions of dollars on personnel, equipment, and supplies. Only through careful management can military funds be put to their best use. Finance and accounting managers direct and manage the financial affairs of the military. They also advise commanders on financial and accounting matters.

Urologists Military Career

Average Salary:

$139,706

Most Common Degree:

Advanced Degree

Military physicians and surgeons represent all of the major fields of medical specialization. Physicians and surgeons are the chief providers of medical services to military personnel and their dependents. They examine patients, diagnose their injuries or illnesses, and provide medical treatment.

Welders, Cutters, and Welder Fitters Military Career

Average Salary:

$33,712

Most Common Degree:

Work Experience Only

Sheet metal is used as a building material in many military construction projects. Ships, tanks, and aircraft are made of heavy metal armor. Welders and metal workers make and install sheet metal products, such as roofs, air ducts, gutters, and vents. They also make custom parts to repair the structural parts of ships, submarines, landing craft, buildings, and equipment.

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