Career Fields

Support & LogisticsSupport & Logistics

Pushing the frontline forward.

There is an entire branch of the Guard whose job it is to supply combat troops with anything they need to push the frontline forward. Support and logistics specialists oversee the delivery and storage of medical supplies, gear, weaponry and ammunition. They’re also in charge of moving millions of gallons of fuel and refueling tanker trucks, ships and railcars.

From transporting equipment to aiding vehicles, support and logistics Soldiers are vitally important; they serve their country while serving their fellow Soldiers.

  • 56M Chaplain Assistant

    OVERVIEW
    Chaplain assistants provide much-needed support to the chaplains during missions and everyday activities. A chaplain assistant’s primary purpose is support for the unit ministry team programs and worship services.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Synchronize religious support in the contemporary operating environment
    • Coordinate force protection for religious support operations
    • Coordinate the circulation of the unit ministry team in the contemporary operating environment
    • Operate communication equipment and digital reporting systems
    • Assist in planning religious support operations and deployments
    • Maintain reports, files and administrative data for religious operations
    • Apply technology to religious operations
    • Conduct specialized peer counseling for combat stress casualties


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training where you’ll learn basic Soldiering skills and six weeks of Advanced Individual Training.

    Advanced Individual Training: 6 weeks at Fort Jackson, SC

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • English grammar, spelling and punctuation
    • Typing and clerical skills
    • Preparing forms and correspondence in Army style
    • Roles and responsibilities of Army chaplains
    • Religious history and background


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in organization and keeping accurate records
    • Preference for clergy office work
    • Experience operating typewriters, computers and other office machines
    • Ability to organize and plan


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Clerical (CL): 90

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills learned can be applied to many positions assisting clergy members in churches, synagogues or mosques.


  • 92A Automated Logistical Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    The automated logistical specialist is primarily responsible for supervising and performing management or warehouse functions in order to maintain equipment records and parts.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Establish and maintain stock records and other documents such as inventory, material control, accounting and supply reports
    • Review and verify quantities received against bills of contracts, purchase requests and shipping documents
    • Unload, unpack, count, segregate, palletize and store incoming supplies and equipment
    • Construct bins, shelving and other storage aids
    • Simplify and standardize the collection and use of maintenance data
    • Raise the quality and accuracy of performance, cost and parts data through improved maintenance management


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and nine weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instruction. Part of this time is spent in the classroom, and part in the field, including practice in handling and storing stock.

    Advanced Individual Training: 9 weeks, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Stock control and accounting procedures
    • Procedures for shipping, receiving, storing and issuing stock
    • Movement, storage and maintenance of ammunition
    • Procedures for handling medical and food supplies


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in mathematics, bookkeeping, accounting, business administration and/or typing
    • Keeping of accurate records
    • Enjoyment of physical work
    • Interest in operating forklifts and other warehouse equipment


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Clerical (CL): 90

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    920B Supply Systems Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career as a stock control clerk, parts clerk or storekeeper with civilian factories, repair shops, department stores, and government warehouses and stockrooms.

  • 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    Petroleum supply specialists are primarily responsible for supervising and managing the reception, storage and shipping of bulk or packaged petroleum-based products.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Receive and stock bulk and package products
    • Issue and dispense bulk fuels and water from storage and distribution facilities to using units
    • Select and submit samples to laboratory for testing
    • Perform petroleum and water accounting duties
    • Operate equipment used with petroleum and water distribution system and multiproduct pipeline system


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and 10 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field, including practice in using petroleum.

    Advanced Individual Training: 10 weeks, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Operating airplane refueling systems and equipment
    • Planning and scheduling petroleum transport
    • Operating pumps, pipelines and tanker equipment
    • Safety regulations and procedures for handling dangerous materials
    • Testing oil and fuels


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in shop mechanics and business math
    • Ability to follow spoken instructions
    • Enjoyment of physical work


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Clerical (CL): 86
    Operators & Food (OF): 85

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    923A Petroleum Systems Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with oil refineries, pipeline companies, and tanker truck and ship lines.


     

  • 92G Food Service Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    The food service specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Bake, fry, braise, boil, simmer, steam and sauté as prescribed by Army recipes
    • Operate, maintain and clean field kitchen equipment
    • Perform preventive maintenance on garrison and field kitchen equipment


    TRAINING
    10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and eight weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field, including practice in food preparation.

    Advanced Individual Training: 8 weeks, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Standard and dietetic menus and recipes
    • Preparation and cooking of various foodstuffs and bakery products
    • Food and supply ordering
    • Storage of meats, poultry and other perishable items


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in cooking, home economics, health, mathematics, accounting and chemistry


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Operators & Food (OF): 85

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    922A Food Service Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a future with civilian cafes, restaurants, cafeterias, hotels, hospitals, manufacturing plants, schools and other organizations that have their own dining facilities. Depending on your specialty, you’ll be able to pursue a career as a cook, chef, meat cutter, butcher or baker.


     

  • 92M Mortuary Affairs Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    The mortuary affairs specialist performs duties relating to deceased personnel, including recovery, collection, evacuation and establishment of tentative identification. They also inventory, safeguard and evacuate personal effects of deceased personnel and serve as recovery specialists at the U.S. Army’s Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Search areas for unburied dead, unmarked graves, personal effects and identification media
    • Disinter remains, record personal effects, and evacuate remains and personal effects to designated points
    • Determine and record recovery locations on maps, sketches and overlays
    • Establish and record tentative identification
    • Inventory, safeguard and evacuate personal effects
    • Assist in preparation, preservation and shipment of remains


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and 7 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field.

    Advanced Individual Training: 7 weeks

    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    General Maintenance (GM): 88

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with funeral services or forensic medicine. You may also be able to take advantage of the Partnership for Youth Success program to receive preferential hiring at civilian companies.


     

  • 92R Parachute Rigger

    OVERVIEW
    Parachute riggers are primarily responsible for repairing textile and canvas items, webbed equipment, and clothing.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Rig supplies, equipment and vehicles for airdrop
    • Perform technical, routine and in-storage rigger-type inspection on cargo, extraction and personnel parachute as well as other airdrop equipment before, during and after each use
    • Inventory, clean, receive, store and issue all airdrop equipment used in airdrop operations
    • Use and maintain machines and tools for fabrication, modification and repair to parachute and other airdrop equipment
    • Inspect, test and install extraction and release systems


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and 11 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field.

    Advanced Individual Training: 11 weeks, 4 days, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Parachute rigging techniques
    • Maintenance of air-sea rescue equipment
    • Repair of inflatable rafts and other survival equipment
    • Maintenance of oxygen equipment


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Knowledge of shop mechanics and science
    • High attention to detail
    • Interest contributing to the safety of others


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    General Maintenance (GM): 88, Combat (CO): 87

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    921A Airdrop Systems Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with commercial airlines, parachute rigging and supply companies, survival equipment manufacturing firms, or some government agencies.


     

  • 92S Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    Shower/laundry and clothing repair specialists are primarily responsible for supervising and performing laundry, shower, personnel and clothing decontamination functions.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Receive bulk, individual or organizational laundry
    • Operate mobile laundry system, shower units, light-duty sewing machines and associated equipment
    • Alter sizes, and repair uniforms and zippers
    • Operate and maintain sewing, darning and button machines


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and eight weeks of Advanced Individual Training. Part of this time is spent in the classroom, and part in the field with on-the-job instructions.

    Advanced Individual Training: 6 weeks at Fort Lee, VA

    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    General Maintenance (GM): 84

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a future with schools, hotels, hospitals, manufacturing plants and other organizations that have their own laundry and housekeeping facilities. Depending on your specialty, you’ll be able to pursue a career in housekeeping, laundry or dry-cleaning.


     

  • 92W Water Treatment Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    Water treatment specialists are primarily responsible for supervising or performing the installation and operation of water purification equipment, as well as dealing with water storage and distribution operations and activities. They also inspect facilities and food supplies for the presence of disease, germs or other conditions hazardous to health and the environment.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Perform water quality analysis testing and verification
    • Assist in water reconnaissance and site preparation
    • Operate and maintain water treatment equipment
    • Assist in setup of water treatment activity


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and 13 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field, including practice in testing different products.

    Advanced Individual Training: 13 weeks, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Identification of health hazards
    • Inspection of food products, food service operations, wastewater and waste disposal facilities


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in algebra, biology, chemistry and general science
    • High attention to detail
    • Interest in protecting the environment


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    General Maintenance (GM): 88

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    923A Petroleum Systems Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with local, state or federal government agencies. You’ll be able to consider a future as a food and drug inspector, public health inspector, health and safety inspector, or industrial hygienist.

  • 92Y Unit Supply Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    The unit supply specialist is primarily responsible for supervising or performing tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Receive, inspect, inventory, load/unload, store, issue and deliver supplies and equipment
    • Maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment
    • Issue and receive small arms. Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security areas
    • Schedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons
    • Operate unit-level computers


    TRAINING
    Ten weeks of Basic Combat Training and 8 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field, including practice in handling and storing stock.

    Advanced Individual Training: 8 weeks, Fort Lee, VA

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Procedures for shipping, receiving, storing and issuing stock
    • Stock control and accounting procedures
    • Procedures for handling medical and food supplies
    • Movement, storage and maintenance of ammunition


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in mathematics, bookkeeping, accounting, business administration and/or typing
    • Ability to keep accurate records
    • Enjoy physical work
    • Interest in operating forklifts and other warehouse equipment


    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Clerical (CL): 90

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    920A Property Accounting Technician

    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS
    The skills you’ll learn will help prepare you for a career as a stock control clerk, parts clerk or storekeeper with factories, repair shops, department stores, and government warehouses and stockrooms.

  • 42R Army Band

    OVERVIEW
    Musicians specialize in one (or more) of the following instruments: tuba, trombone, euphonium, bassoon, electric bass guitar, saxophone, flute or piccolo, oboe, clarinet, French horn, percussion, cornet or trumpet, guitar, and keyboard.

    Musicians perform in a variety of ensembles ranging from ceremonial band to jazz band to small ensembles, playing all styles of music. They are primarily responsible for performing and rehearsing as a professional musician within different ensembles of an Army band.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Perform in all musical styles on your instruments, including (but not limited to) marching band, ceremonial band, concert band, classical, jazz, ethnic and popular music compositions
    • Perform on a musical instrument in a variety of ensembles, ranging from solo performance to full concert band
    • Tune an instrument to a given pitch
    • Transpose moderately easy music

    TRAINING

    Advanced Individual Training: Length and location are based on instrument

    WARRANT OFFICER TRACK
    420C Bandmaster

     

  • 92L Petroleum Laboratory Specialist

    OVERVIEW
    Refine and test the fuel that moves the Guard. Use specialized science to evaluate and recommend petroleum products to fit the needs of the ever-changing battlefield. Conduct laboratory tests on samples and apply safety procedures in handling volatile products.

     

    JOB DUTIES

    • Gather samples and test petroleum products
    • Evaluate test results and make recommendations on products
    • Follow the American Society for Testing and Materials guidelines
    • Safely handle volatile products in case of a fire or emergency 

     

    REQUIREMENTS
    To serve in the Guard, you must take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). It’s a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identifies which Army job is best for you.

     

    REQUIRED ASVAB SCORE(S)
    Skilled Technical (ST): 91

     

    TRAINING
    To become a petroleum laboratory specialist, you will train for 10 weeks at Basic Training, where you will learn basic soldiering skills. After that, there are 10 weeks of Advanced Individual Training and on-the-job instruction. You will split this time between the classroom and the field.

    Advanced Individual Training: 10 weeks

    Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

    • Testing methods
    • Use of lab equipment, such as the centrifuge and spectrometer

     

    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Interest in chemistry and mathematics
    • Ability to follow detailed procedures
    • Interest in performing technical work
  • 92 QUARTERMASTER OFFICER

    OVERVIEW
    Quartermaster officers are responsible for making sure equipment, materials and systems are available and functioning for missions. More specifically, the quartermaster officer provides supply support for Soldiers and units in field services, aerial delivery, and material and distribution management.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Command and control quartermaster operations and combined Armed Forces during land combat
    • Coordinate employment of quartermaster Soldiers at all levels of command in U.S. and multinational operations


    TRAINING
    Quartermaster officer training includes completion of the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, where you will learn leadership skills, tactics, maintenance and operational aspects of weapons and vehicles used in a quartermaster platoon. Your training will take place in classrooms and in the field.  

    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Self-discipline
    • Physical fitness
    • Ability to perform under physical and mental pressures
    • Ability to make decisions quickly and on your own


    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS               
    While there is no directly related job for a quartermaster officer in the civilian world, the leadership skills you gain as an Army officer will help you in many types of civilian careers. An officer in the Army is most closely related to a vital manager in a corporation. 


  • 42C BAND OFFICER

    OVERVIEW
    Every year, the Army band program selects one or two highly qualified individuals via competitive auditions to serve as Army band officers. These officers rotate through a variety of positions, including associate conductor, administrator and instructor at the Armed Forces School of Music.

    After several years of experience, a band officer may also serve as commander and principal conductor of an Army band.

    TRAINING
    Job training for a band officer requires completion of the Officer Basic Course, where you’ll learn leadership skills used in leading and managing an Army band.  


    JOB DUTIES

    • Conduct musical ensembles
    • Instruct musicians
    • Perform in all musical styles on your instruments, including (but not limited to) marching band, ceremonial band, concert band, classical, jazz, ethnic and popular music compositions
    • Perform on a musical instrument in a variety of ensembles, ranging from solo performance to full concert band
    • Tune an instrument to a given pitch
    • Transpose moderately easy music


    HELPFUL SKILLS

    • Master's degree in music
    • Professional conducting or teaching experience
    • Superior skills as a conductor
    • Management skills 


    FUTURE CIVILIAN CAREERS               
    An Army band officer is the equivalent of a civilian conductor, bandleader or musical director. 


  • 920B Supply System Technician

    DUTIES

    • Instructs, manages and supervises personnel within a supply support activity (SSA) concerning supply systems policy and functional procedures
    • Responsible for managing the receipt, storage and issuance of supplies and equipment at the technical supply or DSU level in accordance with established policies and regulations
    • Plans requirements for stockage and control based on accumulation of demand data
    • Controls management of operational float stocks to ensure compliance with Army policy
    • Inspects supported units to ensure supply performance standards are being achieved
    • Provides technical guidance to personnel of supported units/activities in order to assist, establish and maintain adequate stockage levels for mission accomplishment
    • Conducts periodic inventories of stockage supply items, initiates action for disposition of excesses, and makes recommendations for changes to the authorized stockage list (ASL)
    • Develops standard operating procedures and performs administrative duties related to the supply activity


    PREREQUISITES (ACTIVE COMPONENT)

    • Must be a SGT(P) or above
    • Must be an ALC graduate in MOS 92A
    • Have at least five years of experience in MOS 92A within the last eight years
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (language) of the Tests for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt
    • Provide copies of all NCOERs; the majority of the Soldier’s NCOERs must be noted with “Successful” performance and "Superior” potential ratings by the senior rater
    • Submit HQ USAREC Form 1936 (Letter of Recommendation) from a senior supply systems technician (CW3-CW5), assigned to the Soldier’s organization, that attests to their technical and tactical competence in MOS 92A; if no senior supply systems technician is assigned, provide a letter of recommendation from another senior quartermaster warrant officer (920A, 921A, 922A or 923A) assigned to the Soldier’s organization/installation


    PREREQUISITES (RESERVE COMPONENT)

    • Must be a SGT or above
    • Must be an ALC graduate in MOS 92A (waiverable on a case-by-case basis)
    • Have at least five years of experience in MOS 92A within the last eight years; military technician, government contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOS will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (language) of the Tests for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt
    • Provide copies of all NCOERs; the majority of the Soldier’s NCOERs must be noted with “Successful” performance and "Superior” potential ratings by the senior rater; military technician, government contract and other civilian appraisals will be taken into consideration to determine the Soldier’s level of competence in the feeder MOS
    • Submit HQ USAREC Form 1936 (Letter of Recommendation) from a senior supply systems technician (CW3-CW5), assigned to the Soldier’s organization, that attests to their technical and tactical competence in MOS 92A; if no senior supply systems technician is assigned, provide a letter of recommendation from another senior quartermaster warrant officer (920A, 921A, 922A or 923A) assigned to the Soldier’s organization/installation

     

  • 923A Petroleum Systems Technician

    DUTIES

    • Serves in staff positions requiring petroleum experience
    • Determines requirements for bulk fuel and packaged petroleum products, storage space and fuel/water systems
    • Monitors quality surveillance procedures for petroleum or water
    • Develops, supervises and coordinates unit procedures and programs on environmentally sound handling of petroleum products and water chemicals
    • Directs the preparation of accounting reports and maintenance records for petroleum distribution operations
    • Monitors and advises the following operations:
    • Units engaged in petroleum operations
    • Acquisition, storage, inspection, testing, issue and distribution of petroleum products and/or water
    • Unit spill containment and cleanup operations
    • Disposal procedures for waste produced by unit petroleum and water operations
    • Petroleum operations and user maintenance of pipelines, hose lines, terminals, dispensing systems, petroleum laboratory testing procedures, loading and discharge of ocean-going tankers and other petroleum vessels
    • Water production, storage and distribution equipment
    • Operation and maintenance of water production, storage and distribution equipment, performance of standard physical and chemical tests
    • Evaluates test results and recommends disposition of off-specification or captured petroleum products
    • Recommends locations of petroleum pipeline routes, terminals, supply points and depots; advises on bulk petroleum distribution system design
    • Ensures petroleum operations adhere to applicable environmental policies, procedures, laws and regulations
    • Serves as the quality surveillance representative throughout the petroleum community


    Waiver requests for the 5 years of experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES

    • Must be SGT or above.
    • Be an ALC graduate in MOS 92F, 92L or 92W (waiverable on a case-by-case basis).
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Must submit copies of ALL NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with "Among the best" ratings by the rater and "Successful" and "Superior" ratings by the senior rater.
    • Must have at least 5 years' experience as a Fuel or Water Handler in MOS 92F, 92W or 92L within the last 8 years. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOSs will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.
    • Must possess a letter of recommendation from a Senior Quartermaster Warrant Officer that attests to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92F, 92L or 92W.
    • Must possess 6 semester hours of composition-based English (grade of C or better) from an accredited institution of higher learning. Successful completion of the CLEP in English composition or freshman college composition is acceptable. You must provide a memorandum signed by an Army Education Center official certifying that the college or university is an Army-accredited institution of higher learning.
    • Must possess 3 semester hours of an algebra-based mathematics course from an accredited institution of higher learning. Successful completion of the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) in college algebra is acceptable.


    NOTE: Army National Guard programs and benefits are subject to change. Your local warrant officer recruiter has the most up-to-date information about job availability and bonuses in your state.

     

  • 922A Food Service Technician

    DUTIES
    Coordinates and supervises the Food Service Program for installations, commands or organizations, to include:

    • Dissemination of information
    • Managing personnel
    • Determining technical training requirements
    • Developing and conducting training for officers, enlisted and civilian personnel
    • Developing management plans for food service
    • Developing, coordinating and monitoring budget requirements for food service equipment and expendable supplies for both garrison and field requirements


    Plans, trains and carries out changes in nutritional awareness programs, modification of menus and implementation of low-calorie menus.

    Coordinates with Troop Issue Subsistence Activities (TISA) and Class I points to ensure availability of appropriate subsistence for both garrison and field feeding operations, to ensure timely resupply, and to ensure reconfiguration of field rations into nutritionally acceptable menus.

    Evaluates field feeding requirements and develops milestone plans to support major field exercises.

    Reviews and monitors requisitions for Class I, III and IX supplies to support food service operations, and coordinates all food service for field training.

    Trains and oversees Class I supply distribution operations and ration break personnel in the acquisition, receipt, storage, shipment and accountability for subsistence, water, ice, religious operational rations, and health and comfort packs.

    Evaluates garrison and field feeding operations to ensure food service personnel are complying with food service regulations relative to food preparation, service, accountability and sanitation.

    As a Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and/or the Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR), inspects full food service contract dining facilities to ensure they are in compliance with the terms of the contract.

    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES

    • Must be a Sergeant or above.
    • Be an ALC graduate in MOS 92G or 68M (waiverable on a case-by-case basis).
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Must submit copies of ALL NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with "Among the Best" ratings by the rater and "Successful" and "Superior" ratings by the senior rater.
    • Must have at least 5 years' experience in MOS 92G or 68M within the last 8 years and possess 2 years of food service supervisory experience. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOSs will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.
    • Have documented (NCOER) a minimum of 2 years' supervising personnel (first cook/shift leader in garrison and field operations).
    • Must possess a letter of recommendation from a Senior Food Service Technician that attests to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92G or 68M.
    • Must possess a minimum of 2 years' supervising personnel as a first cook or shift leader.


    NOTE: Army National Guard programs and benefits are subject to change. Your local warrant officer recruiter has the most up-to-date information about job availability and bonuses in your state.

     

  • 921A Airdrop Systems Technician

    DUTIES

    • Provide technical guidance to commanders and staff regarding airborne and/or airdrop operations
    • Supervise inspection of parachutes and parachute components, to detect flaws in materials and workmanship
    • Supervise packing of parachutes
    • Ensure that unserviceable, nonrepairable and overage parachutes are retired from inventory
    • Supervise airdrop rigging activities and airdrop equipment maintenance
    • Maintain compliance standards and criteria for life support systems and other airdrop equipment


    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES

    • Active Component Soldiers must be a SGT(P) or above; Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers must be a Sergeant or above.
    • Be an Advanced Leaders Course (ALC) graduate in MOS 92R.
    • Have at least 7 years' experience in the feeder MOS within the last 10 years; to ensure currency in all certifications, the Soldier's most recent year of experience must be performing as a 92R.
    •  Soldiers must also possess 2 years' experience supervising operations in a packing shed, repair shop, cargo airdrop facility or storage warehouse. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOS will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.
    • Must be Jumpmaster qualified with a Senior Parachutist rating and have completed the Airdrop Load Inspectors Course.
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Provide copies of all NCOERs; the majority of the Soldier's NCOERs must be noted with "Successful" Performance and "Superior" Potential ratings by the Senior Rater.
    • Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian appraisals will be taken into consideration to determine the Soldier's level of competence in the feeder MOS. Submit HQ USAREC Form 1936 (Letter of Recommendation) from a Senior Airdrop Systems Technician (e.g., CW3–CW5), assigned to the Soldier's organization, that attests to their technical and tactical competence in MOS 92R. If no Senior Airdrop Systems Technician is assigned, provide a letter of recommendation from another Senior Quartermaster Warrant Officer (e.g., 920A, 920B, 922A or 923A) assigned to the Soldier's organization/installation.


    NOTE: Army National Guard programs and benefits are subject to change. Your local warrant officer recruiter has the most up-to-date information about job availability and bonuses in your state.

     

  • 920A Property Accounting Technician

    DUTIES

    • Serves as the property accounting technician in both operational and generating force units
    • Ensures that 100 percent property accountability is maintained and that all authorized equipment is on hand, on valid requisition or on redistribution order
    • Locates and acquires standard and nonstandard equipment and supplies through military and nonmilitary supply sources, to meet unit readiness and operational requirements
    • Oversees and validates the small purchase program, to prevent fraud, waste and abuse
    • Determines equipment funding requirements and coordinates for funds availability with supported units and resource management activities
    • Develops, executes, monitors and provides input to the annual supply budget
    • Coordinates acquisition and priority distribution of new equipment fielding with the Force Modernization Activity
    • Redistributes excess equipment throughout the command
    • Processes excess equipment for disposal, after all redistribution efforts are met
    • Monitors unit and/or Government Contractor Supply Operations, to ensure compliance with policy and/or contractual requirements
    • Administers the Command Supply Discipline Program
    • Trains, develops and mentors supply and nonsupply personnel on supply policies, processes and procedures
    • Acts as primary advisor to the command and supported units, on all property accountability and organizational-level supply matters


    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES (ACTIVE COMPONENT)

    • Must be SGT(P) or above.
    • Be an Advanced Leaders Course (ALC) graduate in MOS 92Y or 68J (waiverable on a case-by-case basis).
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Must submit copies of ALL NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with "Among the Best" ratings by the Rater and "Successful" and "Superior" ratings by the Senior Rater.
    • Must possess a letter of recommendation from a Senior Property Accounting Technician (CW3–CW5) assigned to the applicant's organization that attests to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92Y or 68J. In organizations where no Senior Property Accounting Technician is assigned, a letter of recommendation from a Senior Property Accounting Technician assigned to the applicant's installation will also meet this requirement.
    • Have at least 5 years' experience in MOS 92Y or 68J within the last 8 years. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOSs will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.


    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES (ARMY NATIONAL GUARD)

    • Must be a Sergeant or above.
    • Be an ALC graduate in MOS 92Y or 68J (waiverable on a case-by-case basis).
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Must submit copies of ALL NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with "Among the Best" ratings by the Rater and "Successful" and "Superior" ratings by the Senior Rater.
    • Have at least 5 years' experience in MOS 92Y or 68J within the last 8 years. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOSs will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.
    • Must possess a letter of recommendation from a Senior Property Accounting Technician that attests to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92Y or 68J.


    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES (ARMY RESERVE)

    • Must be a Sergeant or above.
    • Be an ALC graduate in MOS 92Y or 68J (waiverable on a case-by-case basis).
    • Must score at the 12th-grade level on the English portion (Language) of the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE); Soldiers possessing an associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree are exempt.
    • Must submit copies of ALL NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with Among the Best ratings by the rater and Successful and Superior ratings by the senior rater.
    • Have at least five years' experience in MOS 92Y or 68J within the last eight years. Military Technician, Government Contract and other civilian job experiences that correlate with the feeder MOSs will be considered for all Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers.
    • Must possess a letter of recommendation from a Senior Property Accounting Technician that attests to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92Y or 68J. USAR AGR applicants refer to AC prerequisites.


    NOTE: Army National Guard programs and benefits are subject to change. Your local warrant officer recruiter has the most up-to-date information about job availability and bonuses in your state.

     

  • 420C Bandmaster

    DUTIES
    Warrant officer bandmasters are responsible for the unit-level command and control of their bands.

    Responsibilities include Uniform Code of Military Justice authority, administration, operations, training and supply.

    Band commanders will advise higher echelon commanders on local band matters such as organization, operation, committing procedures, planning of training and facilities.

    In addition, bandmasters:

    • Serve as the command subject matter expert on all matters pertaining to music
    • Advise senior commanders on the most effective way to employ the band’s subordinate music support teams in support of operations
    • Appoint Army musicians to leadership and staff positions within the unit
    • Evaluate the physical and acoustical limitations of performance sites, length of the events supported and resources available
    • Determine the size and instrumentation of musical groups used in support of authorized commitments
    • Prepare annual budgets for the unit that include, at a minimum:
    • Funds to maintain and replace MTOE/CTA/TDA equipment and uniform items required for mission success
    • Procurement of expendable musical supplies, sheet music and recordings
    • Budget TDY travel for Army band officers, warrant officer bandmasters, the band senior sergeant and other band members to attend the annual Army Band Leaders Training, music clinics, seminars and other band-related events to ensure professional development of all unit personnel


    MINIMUM PREREQUISITES

    • Be SGT (P) or above serving in MOS 42
    • Be a graduate of the Advanced Leaders Course (ALC)
    • Have five years' experience in an Army Band in PMOS 42R
    • Have demonstrated potential for successful performance under minimal supervision as a musical ensemble leader, and experience working in Band Administration, Security, Operations, Supply or other additional duties
    • Have an Army School of Music audition score of 3.0 or higher in the past four years Have strong leadership potential and communication skills


    NOTE: Army National Guard programs and benefits are subject to change. Your local warrant officer recruiter has the most up-to-date information about job availability and bonuses in your state.

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