Marine Corps

6074:Cryogenics Equipment Operator (MOS 6074)

Attend formal training to learn how to work on and manage equipment that utilize liquid oxygen/nitrogen, LOX tanks, and various vacuum pumps used for the proper care of aircraft.

Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support

Military Duties:

Marine Corps Cryogenics Equipment Operators (MOS 6074) are another Military Occupational Specialty within OccFld 60. Cryogenics Equipment Operators assemble, operate, and maintain liquid oxygen/nitrogen generating plants, storage, and aircraft servicing equipment. Operators are also tasked with handling vaporizing equipment, vacuum pumps, and LOX tank purging units. Additionally, Marine Cryogenics Equipment Operators (MOS 6074) operate and maintain purity analysis test equipment in order to meet USMC product standards. A minimum ASVAB score of Mechanical Maintenance (MM): 105 is required for the job just like other Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) in USMC Field 60. Marines have the option of selecting appropriate formal A and C school training at CNATT MAR Unit in Cherry Point, North Carolina.

Military Duties Translated:

Marines that serve OccFld 60 perform a lot of maintenance and mechanics specific to the military branch. However, there are civilian job equivalents to military mechanics and aircraft maintenance technicians. In fact, some are very high paying and could land you a job working for a commercial airline or airport. There are some former USMC Field 60 that choose to pursue a completely different line of work after leaving the military. USMC Field 60 military jobs are very technical and “left brain” oriented so jobs that have to do with science and logistics are natural fits.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience: