Electronic Communications Technicians maintain shore-based, ship-based, and portable communications equipment, including all associated
cabling, computer, multiplexing, switching, cryptographic, recording, cooling water, and dry air systems; analyze equipment operation and align,
troubleshoot, and repair equipment to the lowest replaceable unit; execute casualty control procedures, restoring operability for all assigned electronic
equipment and recognizing mission criticality and redundancies within systems; perform administrative functions to include managing test equipment
calibration requirements and updating casualty reporting messages, technical manuals, and equipment maintenance records; conduct fiber optic and basic
soldering repair, electrical safety checks, and test equipment calibration; and supervise personnel who conduct tool and test equipment inventories,
logistics support, and maintenance and testing of systems and equipment.