Aviation Machinist's Mates (AD) maintain, inspect, troubleshoot, preserve, and de-preserve aircraft engines and their related systems, including fuel, lubrication, compression, combustion, exhaust, accessory gearbox, aircraft mounted accessory drive, propeller, anti-ice, and bleed air systems; conduct special and conditional inspections and oil analysis; functional checks and required adjustments on engines and related systems; and supervise and provide training to powerplant work centers.
The development of useful intelligence starts with the diligent efforts of skilled professionals who break seemingly limitless data down into relevant and manageable pieces. Those in the Intelligence Specialist (IS) role collect, process, analyze, organize and disseminate information. They prepare materials that communicate their findings in detail and ultimately, help generate insight that has strategic and tactical implications all over the world.
The motto of the Navy Diver community is “We dive the world over”. Because divers may be assigned in any part of the world, Their environment will vary as widely as water conditions: cold, muddy water where underwater tasks can be completed by feel only, or warm, tropical waters clear enough to perform underwater photography.
Primary duty is to take multiple sources of information, formulate it into a cohesive understanding and then distribute it to the operator so they have the best idea of what is going on in any given situation. Following trend analysis while processing imagery and supporting special forces, you’ll be the go to person. #intelligence #ForgedByTheSea #dronephotography #topsecret