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19K M1 Armor Crewman Duty Descriptions

19K2O M1A1 LOADER
Assists in target detection and identification. Places turret in operation. Determines range to target. Assists in boresight, screen, and zeros main gun. Loads, fires, clears, and applies immediate action on machine guns. Uses and responds to oral commands and visual signals. Positions vehicle in firing position. Secures, prepares, and stows ammunition aboard tank. Loads, unloads, clears, and performs misfire procedures on main gun. Exercises safety precautions in ammunition handling. Refuels vehicles. Prepares radio equipment for operation. Performs operator maintenance on turret, weapons, controls, and communications equipment. Assists in performance of unit maintenance of turret components. Prepares tank for operations under various weather conditions and for night vision operations.


19K2O Tank Commander (TRADOC)
Serves as a Tank Commander in an Armored Cavalry Troop; responsible for the discipline, training, morale, health and welfare of three Soldiers and their Families; responsible for providing combat ready Soldiers, vehicles and equipment to the United States Army Armor School; supports Program of Instruction for Armor Basic Officer Leaders Course (ABOLC), Master Gunner Course, Army Reconnaissance Course and Tank Commanders Course; responsible for daily administrative operations, employment of the squad, one M1A1 Main Battle Tank and assigned equipment valued in excess of $2,500,000.


Battalion Master Gunner
Serves as an M1A2 Battalion Master gunner, responsible for resourcing training facilities, ammunition and advises the Battlion Commander on his tank gunnery training program. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of one (1) M1A2 SEP tank, one (1) HMMWV and all anciliary equipment valued in excess of 10 million dollars; directly responsible for the welfare, safety, discipline and leadership counseling of two Soldiers and their families.


M-1 Abrams Tank


Platoon Sergeant
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in the only heavy Armored Cavalry Regiment in the US Army responsible for the health, welfare, and professional development of 16 NCO's and enlisted Soldiers in preparation for combat operations; serves as the primary advisor to the Platoon Leader on all enlisted issues and makes critical decisions in his absence; plans, coordinates, and supervises activities pertaining to critical organizational training, combat operations, and combat intelligence edits and prepares tactical operations plans and orders.


19K40 M-1 Abrahms PSG
Performs duties as a tank PSG. Assists in planning, organization, direction, training, supervision, coordination, and reporting activities of tank platoon or staff section. Supervises platoon maintenance activities. Directs distribution of fire and assigns fields of fire. Collects, evaluates, and assists in interpretation and dissemination of combat information. Directs platoon tactical movement. Directs movement to contact, hasty attack, and defense at platoon level. Coordinates platoon resupply operations. Supervises the employment of OPSEC measures. Coordinates the evacuation of casualties.


19K30 MGS Vehicle Commander
Stryker commander in a Mobile Guns System platoon as part of a OCONUS based Company with a wartime mission to deploy anywhere in the world within 96 hours as an element of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment; responsible for the combat training, readiness, health, welfare, discipline, and professional development of seven Soldiers; responsible and accountable for the maintenance and operation of one ATGM Stryker Variant and all associated equipment valued in excess of $2,500,000.00; acts as the platoon sergeant in his absence.


19K40R4 MGS Platoon Sergeant
Mobile Gun System Platoon Sergeant assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team; responsible for the welfare, development, and training of 12 crew members; assist in the planning, preparation, and execution of all individual and collective training in preparation for rapid real world deployments; assist in the tactical employment of platoon's assigned weapons systems and personnel; enforces quality control over the maintenance and accountability of assigned vehicles, weapons, and equipment valued at 8 million dollars.


19K30 MGS Vehicle Commander
Mobile Gun System Stryker Commander assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team; responsible for the professional development, training, and welfare of three crew members; identifies and engages targets with the TOW II Missile System and the 7.62mm machine gun; processes operational information through Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below; responsible for the employment, maintenance, and accountability of assigned weapons and equipment valued at 2.5 million dollars.


19K20 MGS Gunner
Mobile Gun System Gunner/Assistant Vehicle Commander assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team; responsible for the professional development, training, and welfare of two crew members; identifies and engages targets with the TOW II Missile System and the 7.62mm machine gun; processes operational information through Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below; responsible for the employment, maintenance, and accountability of assigned weapons and equipment valued at 2.5 million dollars.


Mortar Section Leader (Stryker)
Mortar Section Leader assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team; responsible for the welfare, training, and development of nine Soldiers; assists the FSO, and the Commander in the planning, preparation, and execution of all individual and collective training in preparation for rapid real world deployments; employs company mortar assets in support of combat operations; responsible for the accountability and readiness of two mortar carrier Strykers with assigned 60mm and 120mm mortar systems worth over 8 million dollars.


19K20 M1A1 Gunner
Performs primary duties as gunner and secondary duties as Tank Commander; performs duties shown in preceding level of skill and supervises subordinate personnel in performance of these duties; prepares sketch and range cards; operates main gun controls and firing controls; adjusts fire; fires main gun; prepares radio equipment for operation and enters net; operates internal communication equipment; assists tank commander in training tank crew; prepares, files, and distributes operations maps, situation maps, and overlays; reads and interprets maps and aerial photographs; records information on maps and overlays; indicates location, strength, tactical deployment, and emplacement of friendly and enemy units; marks vehicle routes on maps and overlays; reproduces, distributes, and files operations orders and plans; inspects tank turret and automotive components for malfunctions; assists in the performance of unit maintenance of automotive components; assists in maintaining the gunnery proficiency of subordinate gunners and loaders; supervises ammunition resupply operations to include request, receipt, storage, inspection, and issue of ammunition within armor units.







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