Marine Corps

6092:Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanic (MOS 6092)

Inspect, maintain, and repair systems that are part of the intermediate structure level.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Marine Corps Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanics (MOS 6092) is the final MOS available under USMC Field 60. Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanics inspect, maintain, and repair sculptural components of aircraft. Mechanics are assigned job duties at the intermediate level as defined by the U.S. Marine Corps. Aircraft Intermediate Level Structures Mechanics (MOS 6092) are required to have the same minimum ASVAB score of Mechanical Maintenance (MM): 105 or higher in order to qualify. Soldiers must complete the Aviation Structural Mechanic Core in Pensacola, Florida for “A” school training. “C” school training takes place at the Airframes Intermediate Maintenance in Oceania, Virginia.

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:

Aircraft Mechanic