Supervise the personnel engaged in providing combat surveillances.
What does a Combat Surveillance Noncommissioned Officer do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of personnel engaged in providing combat surveillance and target acquisition information, such as sound, flash, or survey, in support of field artillery units: Confers with firing battery personnel to coordinate target acquisition and combat surveillance activities and to provide liaison between target acquisition or combat surveillance units and artillery units. Advises commanding officer on matters related to troop welfare, including personnel assignments, discipline, and training needs. Directs personnel in preparing charts, maps, and overlays.