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    This National Guard position is for a ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT WORKER, Position Description Number D1435000and is part of 155TH MXS, Nebraska Air National Guard.

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    As a ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT WORKER, WG-6641-6, duties include:

    1. Munitions Inspection: Inspects, maintains, repairs, and reconditions conventional munitions, containers and munitions maintenance handling equipment (MMHE). Performs periodic, special, shipping, receiving, pre-issue and returned munition inspections in accordance with applicable item technical orders. Inspects munitions for evidence of exudation, corrosion, rust, dents, burrs, scratches, cracks, broken or bent parts and checks components for applicable Time Change Technical Orders (TCTOs) compliance. Removes dirt, rust and corrosion from metal parts with compounds and solvents, to include use of special tools. Uses lubricants and preservatives, applies metal finishes or paints munitions items using conventional brushes and paint spray equipment. Paints and stencils munition as required. Prepares Hazardous Materials for Military Air shipments.

    2. Links and repositions ammunition by operating electrical or manual machines and inspects for defects such as short or long rounds, corrosion and dented cases, and removes unserviceable rounds. Adjusts, inserts and removes cartridges and squibs for explosive components. Performs safety and electrical continuity inspections on electrically actuated munitions. Tags munitions for quantity, serviceability, and identification. Loads munitions onto trailers and delivers to aircraft loading areas or other maintenance shops. Processes/reprocesses chaff and flares by performing pre-issue/returned munition inspections (RMI) on unloaded/downloaded ammunitions.

    3. Performs electrical functional tests on munitions by utilizing appropriate test sets. May be required to load chaff/flares. Performs tasks qualification loading and downloading procedures on ALE-40 and ALE-47 Chaff and Flare canisters. Uses voltmeters and ohmmeters in performing continuity voltage tests involved in loading operations.

    4. Munitions Storage: Receives, issues, identifies, inspects and stores conventional munitions such as ammunition, starter cartridges, flares, fire extinguisher squibs, claymore mines and other explosive items. Unpacks, identifies, sorts, and judges the physical conditions of received munitions. Compares the material identification markings and obvious physical characteristics against shipping documents. Checks munitions shipping documents as needed. Determines proper storage and safety requirements as to quantity distance, compatibility, pilfer ability, and applicable stacking or piling regulations. Uses forklifts and lifting equipment. Conducts periodic inventory, and rotates munitions in storage based on shelf life, priority issue, etc.

    5. Munitions Supply (FV): Operates Combat Ammunition System - Base (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, processing of repairable items, 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 objectives (WCDO). Performs material control functions for FV items. Accomplishes requisition actions and maintains due-in, due-out and status files. Responsible for maintenance 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 authority. Monitors 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.

    6. Performs other duties as assigned.

    For comprehensive list of duties view full PD# D1435000 at:

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

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