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    This National Guard position is for an ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT MECHANIC , Position Description Number D0325000 and is part of the 188TH WING, National Guard.

    **Position is Indefinite may convert to Permanent- based upon availability of funds and an annual verification of need by the 188th Wing Commander with approval from the Human Resources Office.**

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    (1) Missile Maintenance: Maintains and repairs assigned missiles. Conducts operational tests using special purpose test equipment and precision measurement devices. Analyzes varying forms of data from different sources of test equipment and isolates system component malfunctions by visual observation or use of electronic, pneumatic, and pneudraulic test equipment. Interprets wiring diagrams, evaluates and analyzes equipment specifications and other technical documents. Disassembles missiles and determines the nature and extent of component and parts repair required. Removes and replaces defective major components, connecting appropriate cables to insure continued operating capability of missiles and guidance and control systems. Ships defective components to depot for repair. If unserviceable, prepares discrepancy reports as required or locally dispose of inert or explosive items when authorized. Assembles and disassembles missiles into major components and performs scheduled/unscheduled, in use and in storage inspections. Inspects parts and subassemblies for damage, rust, corrosion, cracks, acceptable tolerances, and Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTOs) of components. Conducts periodic corrosion control inspections.

    (2) Missile Test Equipment: Operates, repairs, maintains and calibrates missile test equipment. Performs system analysis of mechanical, electrical, electronic, pneumatic and pneudraulic test equipment under actual or simulated conditions to determine operational status. Conducts a variety of tests to troubleshoot and isolate malfunctions. Accomplishes alignment, repair, overhaul modification and calibration of assemblies and subassemblies of equipment such as oscilloscopes, frequency signal generators, frequency counters, milliwatt potentiometers and other assigned measuring equipment used in troubleshooting, repairing and calibrating of test and checkout equipment. Combines data from all sources of test equipment to determine the root system malfunction.

    (3) Munitions Storage: Receives, assembles, issues, identifies, inspects and stores conventional aerospace munitions such as bombs, ammunition, starter cartridges, flares, egress munitions, etc. Unpacks, identifies, sorts, and judges the physical condition of received munitions. Compares the material identification markings and obvious physical characteristics against shipping documents. Checks munition shipping documents for completion and accuracy and corrects documentation as needed. Determines proper storage and safety requirements as to quantity distance, compatibility, pilferability, and applicable stacking of piling regulations. Uses forklifts and special handling and lifting equipment peculiar to munitions operations. Conducts periodic inventories, and rotates munitions in storage based on shelf life, priority issue, etc.

    (4) Munitions Supply (FK): Operates Combat Ammunition System (CAS B) in accordance with applicable regulations and manuals. Maintains document files and accountable records. Manages the excess serviceable/unserviceable munitions program. Coordinates scheduling of complete, sample and special munitions inventories. Monitors and maintains munitions related report cycle, repairable processing, and bench stock activities. Provides detailed account management training to custodians and alternates. Monitors stock levels to insure adequate munitions are on hand to support mission requirements, War Reserve Material (WRM), and wartime consumable distribution objects (WCDO). Performs material control functions for FK items. Accomplishes requisition actions and maintains due-in, due-out and status files. Responsible for maintaining and physical security of manual and automated document control records (DD Form 1348-1 and CAS products). Acts as Awaiting Parts (AWP) Monitor for munitions items. Submits technical order changes to correct defective equipment or to improve existing procedures. Prepares ammunition disposition reports and other correspondence on excess usable and unserviceable munitions items to the appropriate disposition.

    (5) authority accountable. Determines the status of munitions which have been restricted or suspended from use. Provides immediate oral and written notice to all users of the affected items.


    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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