15N Aircraft Avionic Supervisor
The 15N Aircraft Avionic Supervisor serves as an Aircraft Avionic Supervisor in an Aviation Company (AVCO). They are responsible for coordinating field-level maintenance and troubleshooting of navigational systems for eight UH-60L Blackhawks. They also ensure the health and welfare of three junior Soldiers under their supervision. Additionally, they maintain accountability for the Shop Portable Aircraft Maintenance (SPAM) and property book items valued over a specified amount.
Avionics Line Supervisor 15N3O
The Avionics Line Supervisor, in an Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM) company deployed in support of United States Forces Iraq (USF-I) during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), plays a critical role. They are responsible for the training, health, and welfare of a specified number of NCOs and Soldiers. They supervise and provide technical guidance to subordinate personnel who perform maintenance on aircraft avionics, COMSEC, flight controls, and stabilization equipment on the battalion’s UH-60 Blackhawks. They are also responsible for the care and maintenance of Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), Aircraft Ground Power Units (AGPUs), and hand tools valued at a specified amount.
The Avionics Mechanic performs maintenance on various aircraft systems, including tactical, communication-security, communication, navigation, and flight control equipment. They conduct maintenance checks on aircraft flight controls, stabilization systems, avionics, and controlled cryptographic equipment. They are responsible for maintaining and organizing common and special tools, as well as test equipment. They troubleshoot equipment, diagnose faults, and perform repairs on inoperative equipment. They also manage shop and bench stock for aircraft avionics equipment. Additionally, they are responsible for the training, health, and welfare of a specified number of Soldiers.