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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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A compact, lightweight, combat flashlight that projects a wide-angle beam with a concentrated central beam of white light for searching, acquisition, identification, and momentary dazzling of targets in any low-light environment.

The VLI can be used in either the hand-held or weapon-mounted mode. The VLI mounts to the M16A2/A4 service rifle, M4A1 Close Quarters Battle Weapon, and the M1014 shotgun via an integral MIL-STD-1913 rail attachment bracket.

The VLI has been replaced by the VLIR, otherwise known as the Surefire.