MOS 15V, Observation/Scout Helicopter Repairer Duty Descriptions

OH-58D Mechanic

Serves as a skilled OH-58D mechanic within a distinguished General Support Aviation Battalion maintenance company. Demonstrates exceptional proficiency in diagnosing and troubleshooting malfunctions within aircraft subsystems. Meticulously maintains accurate aircraft historical forms and records, ensuring comprehensive documentation of maintenance activities. Conducts precise operational checks and scheduled phase maintenance inspections, executing repairs and maintenance with precision. Collaborates effectively with the operations section and other maintenance activities, ensuring seamless coordination. Diligently lubricates components, removes and installs aircraft subsystems, and maintains the integrity of tools and test equipment. Upholds a well-organized technical publications library and strictly adheres to time change technical orders.

ASB Production Control NCO

Exemplifies exceptional leadership as the Production Control NCO within an esteemed Aviation Support Company (ASC) assigned to the 601st Aviation Support Battalion. Provides invaluable field and select sustainment maintenance support to the illustrious Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) of the distinguished 1st Infantry Division. Skillfully manages and coordinates phase support for a remarkable fleet of 108 aircraft, collaborating effectively with sister units. Supervises and prioritizes work assignments for 310 dedicated Soldiers across 14 shops, ensuring optimal efficiency. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, and professional growth of three NCOs and seven Soldiers. Maintains accountability for facilities, tools, and equipment valued at an exceptional sum exceeding $33 million.

15V40 Helicopter Repairer

Assumes a vital role as a supervisor of aircraft maintenance and technical inspection activities within a distinguished unit. Determines the necessary manhours, personnel, parts, and facility requirements to execute repairs on aircraft and associated equipment. Imparts invaluable instruction to subordinates in aircraft repair and technical inspection procedures, meticulously adhering to directives, technical manuals, work standards, and operational policies. Ensures exemplary supply economy and discipline are maintained within the unit. Assumes supervision of the technical training program, ensuring the continuous development of subordinates. Skillfully prepares evaluations, special reports, and records pertaining to aircraft maintenance repair and related activities, facilitating comprehensive documentation and accountability.

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