Senior Power Generation Equipment Repairer
Assumes the role of the Senior Power Generation Equipment Repairer for Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion. Holds responsibility for the training, mentoring, counseling, health, and welfare of three Soldiers. Coordinates both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for 103 pieces of Ground Support Equipment, collectively valued at over $3,700,000. Oversees the disposition, evacuation, and transportation of all equipment requiring higher echelon maintenance. Offers technical guidance in the areas of field and sustainment level maintenance, encompassing servicing, troubleshooting, and repairing Power Generation Equipment.
91D2O Tactical Power Generation Specialist
Serves as the Senior Tactical Power Generation Specialist within a Field Artillery Regiment Battalion, specializing in the utilization of cannon, rocket, and missile fire to suppress, destroy, and neutralize the enemy. Supervises the workloads of the field level maintenance team. Assumes responsibility for planning, coordinating, directing, and managing organizational maintenance items for over 372 reportable equipment pieces, valued at more than $8,358,623. Establishes safety procedures and conducts inspections to ensure a safe physical and environmental work area. Provides supervision for on-the-job training. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, professional development, training, and morale of six Soldiers.
91D20 Power Generation Equipment Repairer
Performs duties at the preceding skill levels. Engages in field and sustainment level maintenance on tactical, utility, and precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines, and associated equipment. Supervises subordinate soldiers and offers technical guidance in the areas of field and sustainment level maintenance, including servicing, troubleshooting, and repairing power generation equipment up to 200KW.
Serves as the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Ground Support Equipment Section and holds the position of Senior Power Generation Equipment Repairer within a Forward Support Company, providing direct support maintenance for Operation Enduring Freedom 11-12. Provides direct support to the 1-26th Infantry Regiment assigned to the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division. Offers technical guidance to nineteen mechanics across Khost Province in the areas of servicing, troubleshooting, and repairing power generation equipment up to 200KW throughout the Battalion, with a total value of $1,183,845.75. Directly responsible for the training, mentoring, morale, and welfare of two Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) and seven Soldiers.
Serves as the senior power generation repairer within a Combat Repair Team, providing support to 2D Squadron, 2D Stryker Cavalry Regiment. Assumes the role of a squad leader and bears responsibility for the training, mentoring, counseling, health, and welfare of six Troopers. Oversees organizational and direct support maintenance of power generation for the Squadron. Plans and organizes work schedules, assigns workloads, and ensures the disposition, evacuation, and transportation of all equipment requiring higher echelon maintenance. Additionally, maintains accountability and inventory of equipment valued at over $1,500,000.
Power Generation Equipment Repairer
Operates as a Power Generation Equipment Repairer within an Expeditionary Signal Company, offering rapidly deployable, secure, and non-secure voice, data, and visual communications support during joint and combined operations worldwide. Undertakes generator repairs, technical troubleshooting, evacuation, and quality assurance and quality control for five Power Units, four Drash Utility Power Plants, and 2 Satellite Transportable Terminals.
Power Generator Mechanic
Occupies the position of a Power Generator Mechanic within the Headquarters and Support Company of the 615th Aviation Support Battalion. Assumes responsibility for supervising, training, and ensuring the health and welfare of six Soldiers. Ensures the deployment readiness of Soldiers and plans, coordinates, and trains them to execute field level support maintenance on over 200 equipment pieces. Conducts repairs and overhauls on starters, alternators, generators, fuel injectors, voltage regulators, switches, control circuits, and various other components. Manages all hazardous materials, including used oils, fuels, antifreeze, and batteries, which play a crucial role in maintaining the accountability and serviceability of all assigned equipment valued over $30,000.
52D Generator Repairman
Performs maintenance at the unit or DS/GS level on tactical utility equipment, precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines, and associated items. Supervises lower-ranked soldiers and provides them with technical guidance to ensure the successful execution of their duties. Undertakes repairs and overhauls on starters, alternators, generators, fuel injectors, voltage regulators, switches, control circuits, and other relevant components. Takes charge of managing all hazardous materials for the Joint Task Force, including used oils, fuels, antifreeze, and batteries.