91X Senior Maintenance Analyst
Serves as the Senior Maintenance Analyst for the 3D Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade; aids the Brigade S-4 OIC in supervising the brigade maintenance program and monitoring materiel readiness; provides indirect oversight of equipment maintenance activities within subordinate units; evaluates maintenance procedures for optimal efficiency in subordinate units; assists in the organization and advancement of all maintenance aspects; updates bi-weekly SITREP with brigade maintenance and Class IX information; furnishes readiness data for maintenance meetings and logistic reports at the Brigade and Division levels; undertakes additional assignments as directed by the Brigade S-4.
Serves as a Training Developer and subject matter expert (SME) for Military Occupational Specialty 91B (Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic) at skill levels 10 and 30, including Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) H8, within the Training Directorate of the United States Combined Arms Support Command (USACASCOM); responsibilities encompass reviewing, creating, and refining written maintenance doctrine publications; conducts analysis, design, and development of curriculum; provides experienced input on logistics support plans, training aids, and doctrinal publications; collaborates, supports, and advises on Advanced Individual Training (AIT) school course training products.
91X40 Automotive Section Sergeant
Serves as the Automotive Section Sergeant within a Support Maintenance Company; primarily accountable for enforcing Army safety and environmental standards in conjunction with maintenance operations; assumes overall management, supervision, and maintenance sustainment training responsibilities for 21 NCOs and 40 enlisted Soldiers; provides guidance to the Maintenance Control NCO on Class III and Class IX items; reviews Equipment Status Reports and advises the Maintenance Control NCO, Maintenance Warrant Officer, Executive Officer, and Commander on any issues or updates as necessary; assumes overall management of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for over 55 pieces of tactical wheeled equipment, one Standard Automotive Tool Set, and three Forward Repair Systems, collectively valued in excess of $5,000,000; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of tools, support equipment, and facilities worth over $1,000,000.
Maintenance Control Sergeant in a Forward Support Company
Served as the Maintenance Control Sergeant within a Forward Support Company supporting a Combined Arms Battalion; accountable for the well-being, welfare, and mentorship of 23 NCOs and 47 Soldiers; directly supervises one NCO and seven GCSS-Army clerks in the execution of their duties and responsibilities; validates all unit maintenance data in GCSS-Army and provides advice and guidance on maintenance and material readiness; supervises the implementation of the battalion maintenance program for 29 M1A2 SEPV2 Tanks, 36 M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, 115 Wheeled Vehicles, eight M88A2s, and various ground support equipment valued in excess of $400 million.
Maintenance Control Sergeant in an Aviation Brigade
Performed duties as a Maintenance Control Sergeant within an Aviation Brigade Support Battalion; held responsibility for the welfare, training, and mentorship of 84 junior enlisted Soldiers; supervised four GCSS-ARMY Clerks in the execution of their duties and responsibilities; oversaw and streamlined the implementation of the battalion maintenance plan for over 1000 pieces of ground support equipment; monitored the scheduled service program; tracked maintenance and repair parts supply requirements; verified all unit maintenance data in GCSS-Army; provided counsel to staff and commanders on maintenance and material readiness; enforced safety and environmental protection program compliance; monitored recovery operations to ensure safe practices; conducted PMCS (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services.
Special Operations (SPO) Maintenance NCOIC
Served as the Special Operations (SPO) Maintenance NCOIC for Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 72nd BSB, 15th Sustainment Brigade. Responsible for processing all Non Mission Capable reports into 026 reports for two brigades, reviewing 026 reports, researching the status of all 02 parts on order, and reporting the statuses to higher authorities. Also involved in working on the Ground Equipment Verifier program to ensure alignment between property books and records at LOGSA. Accountable for the training, discipline, and well-being of two Soldiers, including one Staff Sergeant and one junior enlisted.
91X4O Motor Sergeant
Serves as the Motor Sergeant and Maintenance Platoon Sergeant of an Engineer Support Company assigned to a modular Engineer Battalion (Combat Effects); assumes overall responsibility for managing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for over 100 pieces of wheeled, ground support, and construction-related equipment, valued at over $5,000,000. Accountable for the serviceability and proper usage of tools, equipment, and facilities worth over $3,000,000. Takes charge of overall management, supervision, training, professional development, and the health and welfare of five NCOs and 10 Soldiers.
Maintenance Control Sergeant
Serves as the Maintenance Control Sergeant, overseeing all aspects of maintenance, servicing, and repair for over 32 wheeled vehicles, 10 trailers, 19 generators, and assorted signal equipment; supervises the maintenance of unit equipment data, work orders, and the Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS) program; reviews maintenance reports submitted by technical personnel; monitors scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for over 320 items of assigned equipment.
Motor Sergeant for a Combat Support Hospital
Serves as the Motor Sergeant for a Combat Support Hospital, a battalion equivalent organization. Manages the equipment readiness of nine subordinate units, including vehicles, material handling equipment, and ground support equipment. Reviews and submits Non Mission Capable (NMC) and Army Materiel Status System (AMSS) reports to higher echelons. Primarily responsible for enforcing Army safety and environmental standards in conjunction with maintenance operations. Manages the Command Maintenance, Class III, Class IX, QA/QC, and Maintenance Sustainment Training programs to support the combat healthcare support mission of the Combat Support Hospital.
Platoon Sergeant for Maintenance Platoon 91X40
Serves as the Platoon Sergeant for the 2nd Maintenance Platoon in the 231st BSB B. Co. Responsible for planning, supervising, and directing unit maintenance of all organic equipment. Advises staff and commanders on matters of maintenance and material readiness. Enforces safety and environmental protection procedures and security for all maintenance equipment and supplies during training, with a focus on power tools and petroleum oils and lubricants. Confirms compliance with environmental protection programs, including spill prevention and contingency plans, through consultation with the HG Execution or Environmental Officer. Performs administrative duties.
Oversees all shop office functions and operations, such as production control, Class IX ordering, and overall man-hour accounting. Supervises SAMS-E V1 operators for all supported units and maintains and controls SAMS-E V2. Supervises quality control personnel and ensures the implementation of procedures to monitor the quality of maintenance provided to supported units. Provides maintenance reports to supported battalion headquarters, providing the current status of all battalion equipment.
Maintenance Control Sergeant
Serves as the Maintenance Control Sergeant of a Special Troops Battalion in support of a Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT). Supervises all aspects of maintenance, servicing, and repairing of over 220 wheeled vehicles, 11 tracked vehicles, 55 generators, and assorted signal equipment valued at over $17,000,000. Oversees the maintenance of unit equipment data, work orders, and the Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS) program. Supervises the receipt, storage, and distribution of Class IX materials and equipment. Accountable for $2,883,079.25 worth of vehicles, tools, and equipment. Responsible for the health, welfare, and professional development of 11 NCOs and 40 Soldiers.
Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor
Served as the Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor for a 310th ESC. Responsible for overseeing the maintenance program for four RSGs (Regional Support Groups) and two CSSBs (Combat Sustainment Support Battalions), consisting of a significant number of reportable items, including pacing items. Exercises general supervision over the equipment maintenance activities of subordinate units. Inspects maintenance activity procedures for operational efficiency in subordinate units. Advises and assists in the organization and development of all areas of maintenance procedures. Ensures timely maintenance reporting (AMSS) at all levels.
Maintenance Control Sergeant
Assigned as the Maintenance Control Sergeant in the 54th Forward Support Company in support of the Army’s only M777A2 (towed) Airborne Field Artillery Regiment, with a mission of worldwide deployment within 18 hours. Supervises the maintenance support for the entire battalion. Monitors the battalion’s equipment readiness, including 18 pacing systems. Prepares and monitors daily, weekly, and monthly equipment readiness reports. Oversees the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for over 1,500 items of assigned equipment worth over $45 million. Responsible for the health, welfare, and training of 20 Non-Commissioned Officers and 32 Soldiers.
Senior Maintenance Supervisor for an Armored Cavalry Regiment
Serves as the Senior Maintenance Supervisor for an Armored Cavalry Regiment. Responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, morale, and management of five NCOs and eight Soldiers. Manages seven maintenance teams and a Combat Support Team. Oversees the maintenance management of over 500 pieces of equipment, including 41 M1A2SEPV2 Abrams Main Battle Tanks, 41 M3A3 Cavalry Fighting Vehicles, six M109A6 Howitzers, six M992 Ammo Carrying Vehicles, four M7 BFIST tracks, an assortment of wheeled vehicles, and two Maintenance facilities valued in excess of $300 million.
Ground Maintenance Manager for Combat Aviation Brigade
Serves as a Brigade-Level Ground Maintenance Manager for the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), Task Force 12, in Operation Iraqi Freedom 10-12. Responsible for resolving maintenance and repair parts issues within Task Force 12. Interfaces directly with all levels of repair and provides guidance to all units on maintenance-related matters. Ensures timely reporting of Class IX repair parts requisition and receipt. Ensures the accuracy of Task Force maintenance tracking data and submits accurate and timely Brigade Army Materiel Status System (AMSS) reports.
Serves as the Motor Sergeant for one of the two Inter Cargo Port Transfer Company Units, specifically the 645th Transportation Company Inter Cargo Transfer Command. Responsible for maintaining scheduled services and unscheduled maintenance of over 100 items of equipment, including wheeled vehicles, material handling Kalmars, forklifts (4-20K), generators, and lightsets. Accountable for over $120,000,000 worth of equipment, special tools, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts. Directly responsible for the overall supervision, training, maintenance, health, and welfare of five NCOs and 16 Soldiers.
91X Unit Motor Sergeant
Serves as the Motor Sergeant for a Non-Divisional Field Maintenance Company deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10. Responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 150 items of organizational and theater-provided equipment, including wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, and material handling equipment. Directs recovery operations and maintains the Unit Readiness Report (AMSS). Accountable for the maintenance and inventory management of over $250K worth of special tools, equipment, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts. Responsible for the overall supervision, training, health, and welfare of 16 NCOs and 20 Soldiers.
91X Maintenance Supervisor
Performs duties as a Maintenance Supervisor for a forward-deployed Combat Support Hospital, supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Responsible for providing tactical and technical guidance to battalion and higher-level organizations. Organizes maintenance workflow efficiency, troubleshooting, repair, servicing, and inspection of over 3,000 pieces of ground equipment. Coordinates maintenance and logistical requirements with Army Level support agencies. Manages Class IX repair parts and accounts for over $400,000 worth of equipment and tools. Responsible for the overall supervision, training, safety, health, welfare, and morale of six NCOs and 10 Soldiers.
91X Battalion Motor Sergeant
Serves as the Battalion Motor Sergeant for the Group Support Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne). Responsible for the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 250 items of equipment, including wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, material handling equipment, and all-terrain vehicles. Accountable for over $12,000,000 worth of special tools, equipment, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts. Directs recovery operations for the entire 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in both garrison and deployment environments. Responsible for the overall supervision, training, safety, health, and welfare of 10 NCOs and 19 Soldiers.