19K2O M1A1 Loader
As an M1A1 Loader, your role is crucial in preparing the M1A1 tank for operations in various weather conditions, both day and night. You are responsible for positioning the M1A1 in firing position and assisting in boresighting, screening, and zeroing the main gun. Additionally, you secure, prepare, and stow ammunition, load and unload it, and perform misfire procedures as necessary. You play a part in target detection and identification by operating the turret and determining the range to the target. Furthermore, you handle the loading, firing, clearing, and immediate action procedures for machine guns. Your responsibilities also include refueling vehicles, preparing radio equipment, and conducting operator maintenance on the turret, weapons, controls, and communication equipment. Additionally, you assist in the unit maintenance of turret components.
19K2O Tank Commander (TRADOC)
In your role as a Tank Commander in an Armored Cavalry Troop, your responsibilities are diverse and critical. You are accountable for the discipline, training, morale, health, and welfare of three Soldiers and their families. It is your duty to ensure that your Soldiers, vehicles, and equipment are combat-ready and prepared for the needs of the United States Army Armor School. You provide support to various Program of Instruction (POI) courses such as the Armor Basic Officer Leaders Course (ABOLC), Master Gunner Course, Army Reconnaissance Course, and Tank Commanders Course. Additionally, you oversee daily administrative operations and the effective employment of the squad, including one M1A1 Main Battle Tank and all assigned equipment valued at over $2,500,000.
19K30 MGS Vehicle Commander
As a Stryker commander in a Mobile Gun System (MGS) platoon, your responsibilities are vital to the success of the unit. You are part of an OCONUS (Outside Continental United States) based Company with a wartime mission to deploy anywhere in the world within 96 hours, operating as an element of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment. Your primary duties include the combat training, readiness, health, welfare, discipline, and professional development of seven Soldiers under your command. You are accountable for the maintenance and operation of one ATGM (Anti-Tank Guided Missile) Stryker Variant and all associated equipment valued in excess of $2,500,000. In the absence of the platoon sergeant, you also assume their responsibilities.
19K30 MGS Vehicle Commander
As a Mobile Gun System (MGS) Stryker Commander assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team, your role is crucial in the effective operation of the MGS. You are responsible for the professional development, training, and welfare of three crew members. Your primary tasks involve identifying and engaging targets using the TOW II Missile System and the 7.62mm machine gun. You also process operational information through Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below. Additionally, you are responsible for the employment, maintenance, and accountability of assigned weapons and equipment valued at 2.5 million dollars.
19K20 MGS Gunner
As a Mobile Gun System (MGS) Gunner and Assistant Vehicle Commander assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team, your duties are vital to the successful operation of the MGS. You are responsible for the professional development, training, and welfare of two crew members. Your primary responsibilities include identifying and engaging targets using the TOW II Missile System and the 7.62mm machine gun. You also process operational information through Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below. Additionally, you are accountable for the employment, maintenance, and accountability of assigned weapons and equipment valued at 2.5 million dollars.
Mortar Section Leader (Stryker)
As a Mortar Section Leader assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team, your role is critical in supporting combat operations. You are responsible for the welfare, training, and development of nine Soldiers under your command. You assist the Fire Support Officer (FSO) and the Commander in planning, preparing, and executing all individual and collective training in preparation for rapid real-world deployments. Your primary duty involves employing the company mortar assets in support of combat operations. Furthermore, you are responsible for the accountability and readiness of two mortar carrier Strykers with assigned 60mm and 120mm mortar systems, which are valued over 8 million dollars.
19K20 M1A1 Gunner
As an M1A1 Gunner, you play a crucial role in the operation of the tank. Your primary duty is serving as the gunner, but you also fulfill secondary duties as the Tank Commander. Your responsibilities include preparing sketch and range cards, operating main gun controls and firing controls, adjusting fire, and firing the main gun. Additionally, you are responsible for preparing and operating radio equipment, assisting the tank commander in training the tank crew, and maintaining records and maps. You also contribute to the maintenance of the tank and gunnery proficiency of subordinate gunners and loaders. Furthermore, you supervise ammunition resupply operations within the armor unit.