151A Aviation Maintenance Technician (not rated)
- Manage personnel, supply, equipment and facility assets to maintain and repair Army rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft.
- Organize maintenance elements to inspect, service, test, disassemble, repair, reassemble, adjust, replace parts and retest aircraft or aircraft components.
- Prepare, implement and maintain standing operating procedures for management of maintenance activities.
- Interpret regulations, technical manuals and orders pertaining to maintenance of Army aircraft for commanders and subordinates.
- Supervise aviation equipment maintenance and repair shop, section or platoon.
- Direct maintenance and accountability of organizational test equipment, supplies and recovery equipment.
- Be a SGT (E-5) or above.
- Hold an MOS in CMF 15 (excluding 15P/Q MOSs).
- Must have worked five of the last eight years in CMF 15.
- Be an Advanced Leadership Course (ALC) graduate in a feeder MOS.
- Have at least one year of experience as a section chief or have supervisory experience as defined in DA Pam 611-21.
- Supervisory experience must be documented in NCOERs.
- Less than 12 years of AFS on date that DA Form 61 is signed.
- Have two years of college credit at an accredited institution.
- Hold an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).