RTO Duty Descriptions

11B2O/SR RATELO
Serves as the senior radio telephone operator of an infantry company with an assigned strength of over 130 Soldiers; maintains the critical link between the company and battalion leadership; receives, processes, disseminates, and tracks critical information in a timely and accurate manner; records all actions of the company; updates charts and overlays; takes spot reports, messages, and relays messages; responsible for taking immediate action upon receipt of Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIR) or Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).


Radio Operator
Performs duties as Radio Operator; tests, maintains, and keeps all radios operational at all times; interfaces with maintenance; maintains situational awareness; maintains constant, secure communication with assigned units and distant ends; monitors all radio traffic around the clock; enforces radio discipline; records all incoming and outgoing transmissions; upchannels changes and updates with urgency; keeps supported units apprised of current events, changes and impending changes; integrates with TOC and performs other duties as assigned.


Radio Telephone Operator (RTO)
Serves as the Radio Telephone Operator of a deployed Combat Sustainment Support Battalion with an assigned strength of over 1,400 Soldiers in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom VI; maintains the critical link between the companies and battalion leadership; receives processes, disseminates and tracks critical information in a timely and accurate manner; records all actions of the staff using a DA Form 1594 (Staff Journal); updates charts and overlays; takes spot reports, messages and relays messages; responsible for taking immediate action upon receipt of Commanders Critical Information Requirements (CCIR) or Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI)




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