MOS 15F Aircraft Electrician Duty Descriptions

15F300 Production Control NCOIC

Assumes the role of Production Control Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) in a maintenance company, assisting the PC Officer in Charge (OIC) maintenance manager and coordinator. Coordinates maintenance activities at the company and battalion level. Acts as a primary maintenance advisor to the maintenance company commander for internal production and maintenance activities. Assumes responsibility for coordinating maintenance actions in the absence of the PC OIC. Collaborates with Quality Control (QC), backshops, maintenance teams, technical supply, and flight companies to establish priorities of work.

15F Aircraft Electrician

Supervises and provides technical guidance to a section comprising three 15F and four 15N Soldiers. Evaluates, implements, and manages the technical training program. Assesses maintenance facilities and procedures to ensure compliance with directives, technical manuals, safety standards, and standard operational procedures. Applies production control, quality control, and other maintenance management principles and procedures to helicopter maintenance operations. Manages and maintains accountability for aircraft maintenance tool kits, special tools, and vehicles valued at over $200,000.

15F Aircraft Electrician

Serves as an Aircraft Electrician assigned to Bravo Company, Aviation Battalion, Combat Aviation Brigade. Assumes responsibility for the training, health, and welfare of 21 Soldiers. Provides technical expertise in troubleshooting and maintenance of electrical and avionics systems. Performs unit-level maintenance on tactical communication security, navigation, identification friend or foe, and flight control equipment. Schedules maintenance for test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment (TMDE). Oversees shop safety programs. Assumes accountability for aviation support equipment valued at $2,000,200.

15F Duty Description

Diagnoses and troubleshoots malfunctions in electrical and electronic components, including solid-state and transistorized subsystems. Repairs aircraft instrument systems. Applies principles of electricity, electronics, hydrostatic motion, pneumatics, and hydraulics to repair aircraft instrument systems. Removes, installs, repairs, adjusts, and tests electrical and electronic assemblies and components according to technical manuals, directives, and safety procedures. Cleans, preserves, and stores electrical components and aircraft instruments. Performs removal, repair, service, installation, and troubleshooting of nickel-cadmium batteries. Requisitions and maintains shop and bench stock for the repair of aircraft electrical systems.

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