Anyone in the electronics field in any way that’s looking for a fun and interesting challenge should look into the Electronic Warfare field. For Soldiers, the 29E MOS is still relatively new, but the opportunities in the civilian field aren’t. During my deployment to Afghanistan, I was trusted with the role of “CREW (Counter-RCIED Electronic Warfare) Specialist” and the job of maintaining such equipment on a unit level, and I enjoyed it. Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, NAVSEA, and of course RallyPoint are great resources to start your research.
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