Storage and Receiving NCOIC
In the position of Material Control NCOIC and Storage and Receiving NCOIC, I oversee the operations of a Forward Support Battalion Class IX warehouse that provides support to 22 combat maneuver units of the 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division in the Republic of Korea. My responsibilities include supervising eleven subordinates and ensuring the efficient receiving and storage of 340 lines of Authorized Stockage List (ASL) valued at over $8,000,000. I emphasize procedural accuracy and utilize the Standard Army Retail Supply System-Objective (SARSS-O), Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (ILAP), and Material Release Order Control System (MROCS) to maintain precise control and accountability of materials.
Materiel Supply Sergeant
As the BN’s Materiel Supply Sergeant in a Special Forces Support Battalion, my role involves maintaining 402 lines of Authorized Stockage List (ASL) valued at over $636,000. I specialize in unit level maintenance administrative data entry using the Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMSE). Providing logistical support to 21 customers throughout the Group is a key aspect of my responsibilities. I prepare daily, weekly, and monthly reports that are sent to higher headquarters. Additionally, I am responsible for the health, welfare, training, and employment of three noncommissioned officers and two Soldiers.
92A20 Warehouse Supervisor
In the position of a Warehouse Supervisor (92A20), I supervise warehouse personnel in various tasks, including loading, unloading, segregation, dunnage, palletizing, and selection of stock and storage areas. Providing technical guidance to lower graded personnel is an important part of my role. I ensure that inventories and location surveys are conducted in accordance with established procedures. Performing property disposal storage functions and applying special procedures for handling, storing, packaging, and shipping retrograde material are also part of my responsibilities. Additionally, I retrieve and analyze history and activity files relevant to system rejected documents.
92A40 Storage Issues Supervisor
As a Storage Issues Supervisor (92A40), my duties include instructing warehouse personnel in tasks such as loading, unloading, segregation, dunnage, palletizing, and selection of stock and storage areas. I provide technical guidance to lower graded personnel to ensure their proficiency. Conducting inventories and location surveys in accordance with established procedures is crucial to maintain accurate records. I am responsible for property disposal storage functions and ensuring the application of special procedures for handling, storage, packaging, and shipping retrograde material. Moreover, I schedule all Material Handling Equipment (MHE), Environmental, and Safety Training activities.