Transit & Railroad Police
Also called: Patrolman, Special Agent, Supervisory Special Agent, Transit Police Officer
In the Air Force: Security Forces; Security Forces Apprentice; Security Forces Apprentice, Combat Arms; Security Forces Apprentice, Military Working Dog Handler; Security Forces Craftsman; Security Forces Helper, Combat Arms; Security Forces Helper, Military Working Dog Handler; Security Forces Journeyman; Security Forces Journeyman, Combat Arms; Security Forces Journeyman, Military Working Dog Handler
In the Army: Military Police
In the Marine Corps: Anti-tank Missileman; Critical Skills Operator; Infantry Assaultman; Infantry Unit Leader; Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Crewman; Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD) Gunner; Military Police; Riverine Assault Craft (RAC) Crewman
In the Navy: Master-At-Arms
- Patrol railroad yards, cars, stations, or other facilities to protect company property or shipments and to maintain order.
- Examine credentials of unauthorized persons attempting to enter secured areas.
- Apprehend or remove trespassers or thieves from railroad property or coordinate with law enforcement agencies in apprehensions and removals.
Safety and Government
Arts and Humanities
Ideas and Logic
Hearing and Speech
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