Go to the link below and you will find info on the MOS such as course length, scope and other useful information. I looked into reclassing into this MOS but just decided to stay in my current MOS. Tells you how much I love my job because I reupped for no bonus, haha. Anyways, some of the prerequisites I can remember right off the top of my head is your current MOS has to be a 25 series MOS, have a GT an EL of 105, be an E-6, and an ALC graduate. I also think you may need a college course in algebra or something like that but that just might be a recommendation since 25Es deal with a lot of math.https://atrrs.army.mil/atrrscc...CTRUM+MANAGER&phase=
The school which is about 10 weeks in length is conducted at Fort Gordon, GA. Really he could be stationed anywhere as far as duty stations are concerned. That is why the Army created the MOS because frequency managers are in such short supply. Before this MOS existed, soldiers would just be sent TDY to attend a frequency manager course in Fort Gordon after which they would be awarded a D9 ASI.