Multiple Launch Rocket System Repairer
As a Multiple Launch Rocket System Repairer, one assumes the crucial role of providing technical guidance to subordinates involved in Direct Support Maintenance on TOW/Dragon missile systems. Their responsibilities include establishing priorities and work schedules, supervising work flow, and monitoring repair procedures to ensure efficiency and accuracy. They play a vital role in determining the serviceability and disposition of defective assemblies, subassemblies, and parts. Scheduling verifications is an integral part of their duties. Additionally, they are entrusted with the health, welfare, and training of twelve soldiers. The repairer is responsible for tools valued at $150,000 and also ensures the maintenance and upkeep of billets.
Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Repairer
As a Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Repairer, one is responsible for performing direct and general support (DS/GS) maintenance on various systems, including the MLRS M270, M270A1, and High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). Their expertise extends to the self-propelled launcher loader (SPLL), launcher pod/container (LP/C) trainer, and test support group. Maintaining safety protocols during live fire events is of utmost importance to the repairer. They ensure constant control via radio communication. Additionally, the repairer holds responsibility for tools and equipment valued at $200,000. Moreover, they are entrusted with the health, welfare, and training of 11 soldiers.