Navy

B121:Gas Turbine Systems Technician Electrical

Gas Turbine Systems Technicians (Electrical) operate, repair and perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on electrical components of gas turbine engines, main propulsion machinery, auxiliary equipment, propulsion control systems, and assigned electrical and electronic circuitry up to the printed circuit and alarm warning circuitry. They operate electric plant main and propulsion control equipment, and they locate circuit failures and replace parts.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

GSEs measure current, voltage and resistance, and test for shorts, grounds and continuity. They test protective circuitry, and test, service and replace batteries. GSEs perform preventive maintenance on digital data equipment and control and monitor circuits, measure insulation resistance, and repair electrical/electronic cables, wiring, and connectors. They maintain alarm, indicating and warning systems, and maintain and repair gas turbine engines and auxiliary equipment. GSEs work with blueprints, schematics, and charts, and perform administrative procedures related to gas turbine propulsion system operation and maintenance.

Military Duties Translated:

Gas turbine systems technicians (electrical) (GSE) operate, repair, and perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on electrical components of gas turbine engines, main propulsion machinery, auxiliary equipment, propulsion control systems, assigned electrical and electronic circuitry up to the printed circuit and alarm and warning circuitry.

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