94F, Computer/Detection Systems Repair Duty Descriptions

94F30 Computer Detection Systems Repairer

As the sole computer detection systems repairer within the Combat Repair Team, the 94F30 serves the critical role of supporting the 2nd Squadron, 2D Stryker Cavalry Regiment. Their responsibilities include conducting maintenance, repairs, and evacuations of all communication and electronics equipment. Additionally, they take on the role of section sergeant, overseeing an armament, PLL, GSE, and ELM section. A significant aspect of their position involves maintaining a well-stocked bench section, which houses parts valued at over $225,000. Their expertise in communication and electronics serves as a vital asset to the 2nd Squadron and FOB Apache. Within the Combat Repair Team, they assume the responsibilities of NCOIC for the Armament, Ground Support Element, HVAC, and ELM shops. Moreover, they are entrusted with the welfare, training, and leadership of two NCOs and ten Soldiers. The equipment they are responsible for amounts to a value exceeding $500,000.

Regimental Computer/Detection Systems Repairer

The Regimental Computer/Detection Systems Repairer holds a crucial position within the 529th Regimental Support Company, 4th Battalion, 3d United States Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard). They provide essential field maintenance support for the unit, encompassing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 1,300 pieces of CBRN, night vision, and communication equipment. Their role also involves participating in and supporting ceremonies conducted by The Old Guard in the National Capital Region. Additionally, they are entrusted with the health, welfare, training, and professional development of two NCOs and three Soldiers.

94F20 Computer Detection Systems Repairer

In the capacity of a 94F20 Computer Detection Systems Repairer, one performs maintenance, repair, and evacuations of all communication and electronics equipment. They offer technical assistance to subordinates and supported users alike, ensuring efficient operations. The repairer supervises the operation and proper use of TMDE (Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment), scheduling and performing user-level maintenance on TMDE, tools, and special test equipment. They also conduct final inspections or quality control assessments of repaired equipment and maintenance documents. Communication with the shop supervisor is essential, as the repairer provides regular updates on equipment repair status, priorities, and the need for bench stock resupply. Additionally, they maintain the technical library within the maintenance facility.

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