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Public Affairs Duty description

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46Q Public Affairs Specialist

The designated Active Army and Reserve Component forces and units organized, trained and equipped specifically to conduct public affairs operations in support of commanders and operations. The CMF is primarily non-accession in the Active Army and primarily initial accession in the Reserve Components (ARNG/USAR). The public affairs specialist participate in and assist with the supervision and administration of Army public affairs programs primarily through news releases, articles, web-based material, photographs of Army material for use in the internal and external news media. The public affairs specialist instructs Media Awareness training to Army personnel and facilitates media relations.

20 Level

Researches, prepares, disseminates news releases, articles, web-based material and photographs on Army personnel and activities.

30 Level

Provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in accomplishment of their duties. Supervise the administration of Army public affairs programs. Supervises and prepares information for release on Army matters through news releases, articles, web-based material and photographs. Prepares work schedules and assigns tasks based on requirements.

46R Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist

Participates in or supervises the operation of radio or television broadcast section, team, detachment, American Forces Radio and Television Service Network affiliate or comparable broadcast activity. The public affairs broadcast specialist prepares products for release through radio, web-based media and television. Trained and equipped specifically to conduct broadcast operations in support of commanders and operations. The CMF is primarily non-accession in the Active Army and primarily initial accession in the Reserve Components.

20 Level

Researches, prepares and disseminates information through news releases, radio and television products. Perform as writer, reporter, editor, videographer, producer, program host in radio and television productions. Perform operator level maintenance on assigned equipment and PMCS on assigned vehicles and generators.

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30 Level

Performs duties shown in preceding level of skill. Provide technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in accomplishment of their duties. Supervises broadcast operations and prepares information products for release through radio, web-based media and television. Supervises television broadcast section or element. Prepares work schedules and assigns tasks based on requirements.

46Z Chief Public Affairs NCO

Supervises radio and television broadcasting, Army command information and public affairs programs. MOS 46Z50 personnel must be able to supervise personnel performing the duties of MOS 46Q and 46R at skill “4” and below.

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