MOS 63H was converted to MOS 91H
63X40 Motor Sergeant
As the Battalion Motor Sergeant in the Special Troops Battalion consolidated Motor Pool, the 63X40 Motor Sergeant is responsible for the well-being, welfare, professional development, training, and morale of five non-commissioned officers (NCOs) and five soldiers. Their principal duties involve planning, coordinating, directing, and managing organizational maintenance operations for both scheduled and unscheduled field maintenance. They oversee six pacing items and over 500 pieces of reportable equipment. Additionally, the Motor Sergeant is responsible for managing The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) and the Shop Stock Listing (SSL).
63H Recovery Supervisor
The 63H Recovery Supervisor serves in a Forward Support Company of a Battlefield Surveillance Brigade. Their role is to provide technical skills and techniques for recovering and repairing assets on the battlefield. They utilize practical methods to recover and repair disabled or immobilized vehicles resulting from terrain conditions, mechanical failures, or hostile actions in both combat and garrison environments. The Recovery Supervisor performs battle damage assessment and repair/recovery (BDAR/R) operations. They also provide principles of rigging techniques and expedient repairs. The Recovery Supervisor is responsible for training and supervising all lower-ranking H8 (ASI) soldiers in proper towing, lifting, winching, and rigging techniques.
Skill Level 1 MOSC 63H1O
At Skill Level 1, the 63H1O performs repairs on various components and systems including gas turbine power plants/packs, diesel power plants/packs, compression ignition engine fuel systems, compression ignition air induction systems, vehicle air cooling systems, vehicle liquid cooling systems, track hull electrical systems, automatic transmission assemblies, track vehicle cross drive transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake systems, mechanical/hydraulic steering systems, track vehicle hydraulic assemblies, and fire extinguisher/suppression systems. They are trained to repair track vehicles using battlefield damage assessment and repair (BDAR) techniques.
Skill Level 2 MOSC 63H2O
At Skill Level 2, the 63H2O performs the same duties as the preceding skill level. Additionally, they supervise lower-grade soldiers and provide technical guidance to ensure the successful completion of their duties.
Skill Level 3 MOSC 63H3O
At Skill Level 3, the 63H3O performs the duties of the preceding skill levels. They also perform and supervise fuel and electrical systems repairer (MOS 63G) duties and wheel vehicle repairer (MOS 63W) duties. Furthermore, they supervise lower-grade soldiers and provide technical guidance to ensure the accomplishment of their tasks. They are responsible for the supervision and repair of fuel systems, fuel system components, electrical systems, electrical system components, turbine engines, diesel engines, cooling systems, transmissions, brake systems, steering systems, hydraulic systems, auxiliary drives, and personnel heaters. They also inspect and troubleshoot tracked vehicle automotive systems, wheel vehicles, and classified equipment.
Skill Level 4 MOSC 63H4O
At Skill Level 4, the 63H4O performs the duties of the preceding skill levels. Additionally, they supervise lower-grade soldiers and provide technical guidance to ensure the successful completion of their tasks. They oversee the inspection and troubleshooting of tracked vehicle automotive systems and wheeled vehicles. Moreover, they manage battlefield damage assessment and repair operations.