Wheeled Vehicle/Stryker Technician
Serves as a proficient technician and Squad Leader within a Combat Repair Team, providing support to 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division; ensures the maintenance of hazardous materials, TMDE, unscheduled services, and Quality Control for 74 Strykers, 40 wheeled vehicles, and over 300 units of communications and weapons systems; assumes responsibility for the operational status and inventory of tools and equipment worth over $1.5 million; oversees the well-being, welfare, and professional growth of four Soldiers.
91S Stryker Systems Maintainer
Serves as a senior technician specializing in IMST, offering support to the 28th Infantry Division; organizes, supervises, and conducts DS maintenance for M1128 MGS, M1132 ESV, M1133 MEV, and M1135; ensures the upkeep of vehicle subsystems, such as suspension, steering, hydraulic, fire suppression, and mounted armament; adheres to shop safety protocols; demonstrates proficiency with and utilizes maintenance power tools; documents maintenance actions; performs assessments of battlefield damage and recoverability; certifies operability.
Repair Team Supervisor
Serves as the Repair Team Supervisor for the support of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment; delivers scheduled and unscheduled field-level maintenance and logistical assistance for 78 Stryker Combat Vehicles, 31 HMMWVs, 13 Generators, 13 HEMTTs, 36 Trailers, and one M88; assumes responsibility for the well-being, welfare, training, and professional advancement of 22 Soldiers and five NCOs; maintains accurate records of assigned vehicles and equipment valued at over $2 million.
Stryker Systems Maintainer
Serves as the Repair Team Supervisor within an Infantry Maintenance Support Team; accountable for DS maintenance of the 3/9 Mechanized Infantry Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division, Republic of Korea; conducts, inspects, and supervises DS maintenance operations for 16 M1126 Stryker Combat Vehicles, 89 wheeled vehicles, and 6 recovery vehicles, collectively valued at over $250 million; plans, organizes, and oversees recovery operations; administers a comprehensive shop safety program; provides MOS-related and cross-training to 13 soldiers; supports the section chief in equipment accountability, totaling over $2 million in MTOE.