They perform maintenance and repair. They do so on a large number of important systems and equipment. These systems include field artillery, microcomputers, GPS receivers, and more.
Is there a clearance required?: No
Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support
Test equipment to determine operational condition and troubleshoot to determine faults.
Replace equipment parts such as resistors, switches, and circuit boards.
Test repaired items to ensure Army compliance.
Perform preventive maintenance checks on equipment.
Use equipment that tests, measures, and diagnoses computer systems with interactive electronic technical manuals that help troubleshoot and repair equipment.
Military Duties Translated:
Perform regular system inspections
Maintain systems and equipment
Use gauges and diagnostic tests to detect malfunctions
Repair or replace broken aircraft parts
Keep maintenance and repair logs
Use power and hand tools (e.g. cranes, grinders)
Understand and apply guidelines from manuals and blueprints
Ensure compliance with regional safety regulations
Collaborate with other mechanics and electricians
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