Category Archives: Enlisted

2181 – Senior Ground Ordnance Weapons Chief

MOS 2181, Senior Ground Ordnance Weapons Chief (MGySgt and MSgt) PMOS

a. Summary. Senior ground ordnance weapons chief supervise the maintenance, repair, and inspection of all small arms weapons and towed artillery howitzers and direct the activities of assigned enlisted personnel in a small arms or towed artillery repair shop or facility. They supervise and manage the administration of small arms or towed artillery maintenance facilities and offices. The senior ground ordnance weapons chief is proficient in the organization, management, operation and conduct of technical inspections of small arms weapons, and towed artillery howitzers, all equipment, and maintenance shops or facilities for maintaining small arms or towed artillery howitzers. The senior ground ordnance weapons chief assists the weapons repair officer in all duties and tasks. They manage command environmental and hazardous waste programs. They supervise and provide oversight of disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

b. Prerequisites. See Requirements.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Ground Ordnance Maintenance Chief's Course.

(2) Possesses a comprehensive understanding of maintenance procedures for small arms weapons, and towed artillery howitzers, repair shop management and operations, maintenance and supply procedures.

(3) Possesses a comprehensive knowledge of environmental and hazardous waste programs, disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011.

f. Related Military Skill. Ordnance Vehicle Maintenance Chief, 2149.

2171 – Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer

MOS 2171, Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The electro-optical ordnance repairer performs electrooptical maintenance and repair to ground ordnance laser and night vision devices, small missiles systems, and other fire control equipment. Duties also include performing mechanical, mechanical-optical and electrical repairs to include inspecting, troubleshooting and adjusting fire control instruments and systems. The electro-optical ordnance repairer, grades Private through Corporal, also completes basic shop administrative forms and records using technical publications. At the grades of Sergeant and above, the electrooptical ordnance repairer trains, supervises, and performs various duties and tasks incident to the management of an electro-optical ordnance repair shop or facility.

b. Prerequisites

(1) Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

(2) Must possess an EL score of 115 or higher.

(3) Must have a National Agency Check, Local Agency Check, and Credit Check (NACLC) resident within the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).

(4) Must have normal color vision.

(5) Must be a U.S. Citizen.

(6) Must be eligible for a secret security clearance.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer Course, U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School, Fort Lee, VA.

(2) Complete Ground Ordnance Intermediate Level Supervisors Course (CID A01GBC1) by Sergeant through Staff Sergeant with 24 months remaining on active duty upon completion of course. In the case of lateral move, must have served a minimum of one year in MOS 2171. Prerequisites for USMCR include serving in an active Reserve billet in MOS 2171.

(3) ENTNAC or NAC completed with favorable results.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other 49-9069.

f. Related Military Skill. Electronic Maintenance Repair, 2886.

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2161 – Machinist

MOS 2161, Machinist (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. Machinists perform various duties incident to fabrication, repair or modification of engineer, motor transport, weapons, and accessories. Duties include selection of proper stock and set up of work on lathes, shapes, milling machines, internal and external grinders, drill presses, saws and cylinder, or line-boring machines. Machinists work from sketches, diagrams, blueprints, written specifications, or oral instructions. The control of quality and accuracy is met by the machinists' use of precision measuring devices to include micrometers, vernier gauges, and various other gauges and the subsequent adjustment of machine tool controls. Fabrication of metals is also followed by welding with all standard welding equipment. Maintenance of all shop equipment is performed to ensure that serviceability is sustained. Coordination with other repair shops, reporting of work completion, and the shop administrative functions are requirements to be effected by machinists.

b. Prerequisites

(1) Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

(2) Must have normal color vision.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Machinist Course, U.S. Army Ordnance School, Fort Lee, VA.

(2) Complete Ground Ordnance Intermediate Level Supervisors Course (CID A01GBC1) by Sergeant through Staff Sergeant with 24 months remaining on active duty upon completion of the course. In the case of lateral move, must have served a minimum of one year in MOS 2161. Prerequisites for USMCR include serving in an active reserve billet in MOS 2161.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Computer-Controlled machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic 51-4011.

 

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2149 – Ordnance Vehicle Maintenance Chief

MOS 2149, Ordnance Vehicle Maintenance Chief (MGySgt and MSgt) PMOS

a. Summary. Ordnance vehicle maintenance chiefs supervise the maintenance, repair, and inspection of ordnance vehicles to include their turrets and direct the activities of assigned enlisted personnel in an ordnance vehicle repair shop or facility. Senior ordnance vehicle maintenance chiefs supervise and manage the administration of ordnance vehicle maintenance facilities and ordnance vehicle offices. The senior ordnance vehicle maintenance chief is proficient in the organization, management, operation and conduct of technical inspections of ordnance vehicles, ordnance vehicle maintenance equipment, and ordnance vehicle shops or facilities. The senior ordnance vehicle maintenance chief assists the ordnance vehicle maintenance officer in all duties. They manage command environmental and hazardous waste programs. They supervise and provide oversight of disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

b. Prerequisites. See requirements.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete one of the Ordnance Vehicle Intermediate Technician Courses; LAV, AAV, or Tank System Technician Course.

(2) Complete the Ground Ordnance Maintenance Chief Course.

(3) Possesses a comprehensive understanding of maintenance procedures for ordnance vehicles, repair shop management and operations, and maintenance and supply procedures.

(4) Possesses comprehensive knowledge of environmental and hazardous waste programs, disposal, storage, emergency planning for hazardous waste, and ozone depleting substances.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code

(1) First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011.

f. Related Military Skill. Senior Ground Ordnance Weapons Chief, 2181.

2148 – Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) Repairer/Technician

MOS 2148, Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) Repairer/Technician (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The EFV repairman/technician under supervision performs basic duties incident to inspection, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of the AAAV family of vehicles. The EFV Repairman completes basic shop administrative forms and records. At the Gunnery Sergeant to Corporal level, the EFV repairman supervises and mentors junior Marines and performs various duties incident to inspection, troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of the EFV as well as maintenance management and recovery according to grade.

b. Prerequisites. Must have a MM score of 105 or higher.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Assault Amphibian Basic Repairman Course (13 weeks), Camp Pendleton, CA.

(2) Complete the AAAV Intermediate Repairman Course after promotion to Corporal and have a minimum of 24 months obligated service remaining upon completion of the course.

(3) Marines completing Drill Instructor, Recruiting Duty, etc., should re-attend the intermediate course prior to FMF assignment.

(4) Must qualify as a CWS II swimmer.

(5) Complete the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle Basic Repairmen Course, Camp Pendleton, CA.

(6) Complete the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle Intermediate Repairman Course, Camp Pendleton, CA.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the reference (be).

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 49-3023.

f. Related Military Skill. Engineer Equipment Repairman, 1341.

 

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2147 – Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Repairer/Technician

MOS 2147, Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Repairer/Technician (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The LAV repairer/technician, under supervision, performs basic automotive duties and tasks incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the LAV family of vehicles. The LAV repairer/technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals. At the grades of sergeant and above, the LAV systems technician trains, supervises, and performs various duties and tasks incident to the inspection, maintenance, and repair of automotive and turret systems of the LAV family of vehicles. The LAV systems technician also prepares, maintains and supervises shop maintenance and management programs, and coordinates maintenance and recovery operations according to grade.

b. Prerequisites. Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Light Armored Vehicle Repairman Course.

(2) Qualified class III swimmer.

(3) Complete the LAV Intermediate Repair Course at grade of sergeant and have 24 months or more remaining on active duty upon completion of the course.

(4) Marines completing drill instructor, recruiting duty, etc., should re-attend the intermediate course prior to MARFOR assignment.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 49-3023.

f. Related Military Skill

(1) Engineer Equipment Mechanic, 1341.

(2) Intermediate Automotive Mechanic, 3522.

 

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2146 – Main Battle Tank (MBT) Repairer/Technician

MOS 2146, Main Battle Tank (MBT) Repairer/Technician (GySgt-Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The MBT repairer/technician performs basic automotive duties incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the Marine Corps MBT, Tank Retriever (M88A2), and Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge (AVLB). The MBT repairer/technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals. At the grades of Sergeant and above, the MBT repairer/technician trains, supervises, and performs various duties and tasks incident to the inspection, maintenance, and repair of the automotive and turret systems of the Marine Corps MBT. The MBT repairer/technician also prepares, maintains, and supervises shop maintenance and management programs, and coordinates maintenance and recovery operations according to grade.

b. Prerequisites. Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the M1A1 Tank System Mechanic Course.

(2) Possesses and demonstrates those leadership traits and principles applicable to grade.

(3) Complete the MBT Tank System Technician Course at the grade of Sergeant and have 24 months or more on active duty upon completion of the course.

(4) Marines completing drill instructor, recruiter, etc., should reattend the intermediate course prior to being reassigned to the MARFOR.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 49-3031.

f. Related Military Skill

(1) Engineer Equipment Mechanic, 1341.

(2) Towed Artillery Systems Technician, 2131.

 

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2141 – Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Repairer/Technician

MOS 2141, Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) Repairer/Technician (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The AAV repairer/technician, under supervision, performs basic automotive and hull duties incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the AAV family of vehicles. The AAV repairer/technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals. The Gunnery Sergeant to Corporal level supervises, and performs various duties incident to the inspection, maintenance, and repair of the automotive and turret systems of the AAV. The AAV repairer/technician also prepares, maintains and supervises shop maintenance and management programs, and coordinates maintenance and recovery operations according to grade.

b. Prerequisites

(1) Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

(2) Must have a class III swimmer qualification.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Assault Amphibious Vehicle Repairer Basic Course.

(2) Complete the AAV Intermediate Assault Amphibian Repairman Course upon promotion to the grade of corporal and have a minimum of 24 months of obligated service remaining upon completion of the course.

(3) Marines completing drill instructor, recruiting duty etc., should reattend the intermediate course prior to MARFOR assignment.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code. Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 49-3031.

f. Related Military Skill. Engineer Equipment Mechanic, 1341.

 

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2131 – Towed Artillery Systems Technician

MOS 2131, Towed Artillery Systems Technician (GySgt to Pvt) PMOS

a. Summary. The towed artillery systems technician, under supervision, performs basic duties incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of towed artillery howitzers. The towed artillery systems technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals. At the Gunnery Sergeant through Corporal level, the towed artillery systems technician performs, trains and supervises various duties incident to inspection, maintenance and repair of towed artillery howitzers. The towed artillery systems technician also prepares, maintains and supervises a shop maintenance and management program, and performs the maintenance and repair of towed artillery howitzers according to grade.

b. Prerequisites. Must possess an MM score of 95 or higher.

c. Requirements

(1) Complete the Towed Artillery Repairer Course.

(2) Complete the Ground Ordnance Intermediate Level Supervisor Course (CID A01GBC1) by Sergeant through Staff Sergeant with 24 months remaining on active duty upon completion of the course. In the case of lateral move, must have served a minimum of one year in MOS 2131. Prerequisites for USMCR include serving in an active reserve billet in MOS 2131.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 49-9099.

 

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2112 – Precision Weapons Repairer/Technician

MOS 2112, Precision Weapons Repairer/Technician (GySgt to Cpl) NMOS (2111)

a. Summary. The precision weapons repairer/technician performs duties incident to inspection, maintenance, fabrication, and repair of precision small arms in support of the Competition-In-Arms Program (CIAP) and Depot Maintenance Intraservice Support Agreement (DMISA) program. This MOS will be assigned as a NMOS only.

b. Prerequisites. See Requirements.

c. Requirements

(1) Must meet the requirements/prerequisites of MOS 2111 and possess an MM score of 105 or higher.

(2) Must successfully complete MOS 2112 managed on-the-job (MOJT) program.

(3) Potential MOS 2112 candidates must be at least a corporal or sergeant with at least three years of obligated service remaining upon completion of managed on the job training (MOJT) program, and be recommended by an ordnance officer and or ordnance chief within the candidates chain of command.

(4) Must have a working knowledge of the Competition-in-Arms Program.

(5) Operate power and machinists tools and equipment.

d. Duties. For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to the Training and Readiness Manual.

e. Related SOC Classification/SOC Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 49-9099.

f. Related Military Skill

(1) Small Arms Repairer/Technician, 2111.

(2) Machinist, 2161.

 

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