Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer
In the role of an Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer, the individual performs maintenance on Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) used to diagnose problems in avionic radar. They also provide assistance in intermediate maintenance of avionic airborne radar equipment, which encompasses Terrain Following Avoidance Radar, Doppler Navigation Radar, Weather Radar, Station Keeping Radar, Radar Altimeters, Friend or Foe Transponders, and TACAN systems. The repairer services, purges, and repairs Night Vision Imaging Systems, ensuring their optimal functionality. They possess the expertise to diagnose the causes of equipment malfunctions, conduct tests, and align repaired equipment as needed. Furthermore, the repairer diligently prepares forms and maintains records to ensure accurate documentation.
MOS 94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer
As an MOS 94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer, one assumes the responsibility of performing field and sustainment-level maintenance on various avionic systems. This includes avionic navigation flight control systems, stabilization systems, equipment utilizing radar principles such as Terrain Following, Doppler Navigation, Weather, Station Keeping, Friend or Foe, and TACAN systems, as well as aircraft survivability equipment. The repairer also maintains the aircraft intercom system and helmet microphones, ensuring clear and reliable communication. They possess the skills to test and repair communications equipment specifically on UH-60, CH-47, and AH-64 helicopters. Additionally, the repairer maintains COMSEC (Communications Security) material and provides training to aircrews on secure radio communications, reinforcing the importance of maintaining secure communication channels.