MOS 88M Motor Transport Operator Duty Description
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88M Transportation Supervisor
Serves as Transportation Supervisor; responsible for the doctrinal training, moral, health and welfare of 15 Soldiers and 10 Civilian staff members; plans, and coordinates worldwide movement of personnel, units, and equipment via military, and commercial transport; maintains worldwide visibility over the movement of personnel, equipment, and supplies in support of EUCOM, and AFRICOM area of operations; responsible for the maintenance, and accountability of MTOE and TDA equipment valued at $2 million.
Soldier serves as the unit's Dispatcher. They are responsible for maintaining all vehicle log books and Track miles for each mission. They are responsible to maintain up to date records of every soldier's military driver licenses, Accident Avoidance classes and civilian Driver's license. They must keep good records for individual driver's mileage critical for awards and badge recommendations.
88M Assistant Truck Master
Served as an Assistant Truck Master in a Medium/Heavy Truck Company in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) 08-10 in Multi National Corps Iraq West (MNCI-W); responsible for licensing and safety of 157 Soldiers: responsible for the safe transport of all classes of supply to the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, 2nd Marine Division and the 10th Sustainment Brigade: responsible for tracking and cordinating the company's Convoy Logistics Patrols (CLP): responsible for the daily accountability and equipment reports. Primary advisor to the Truck Master on all operational missions within the command.
88M Materiel Movement NCO
Served as Materiel Movement NCO in the 574th Quarter Master Support Company, 18th CSSB; providing logistical sustainment support in the USAREUR theater of operation; responsible for section equipment worth over $65,000; responsible for assisting the training, planning and scheduling of drivers training for the company; as team chief, responsible for the training, health and welfare of four Soldiers and their family members.
88M Movements Supervisor / Shipyard Supervisor
Served as the Movements Supervisor and Shipyard Supervisor for the Contingency Operating Base Q-West Central Receiving and Shipping Point (CRSP) yard providing support throughout Multinational Division North Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 08-10; ensured the health and welfare of three Soldiers and their Families; accountable for the upkeep and maintenance of two M871A1 trailers, one M916, one 10K Generator and one 15K Generator with a property book value of $1,000,000; responsible for equipment in the CRSP yard in transit to combat units with a value reaching over $20,000,000.
88M40 Brigade Motor Sergeant/Logistics NCO/BTT Maintenance Advisor
Serves as Brigade Motor Sergeant and Logistics NCO for the US Army's Iraqi Border Police (IBP) Brigade Border Transition Team (BTT). Serves as mentor, advisor, and trainer to the Iraqi Brigade Maintenance Officer. Responsible for developing and implementing the Brigade's maintenance program. Responsible for the IBP's maintenance, receipt, and issue of over 70 military and civilian vehicles valued in excess of $2M. Serves as BTT Motor Sergeant for all internal team equipment valued in excess of $300K
88M10 Vehicle Driver
Operates M915A1 and other assigned wheeled vehicles under all driving conditions throughout Afghanistan. Transfers equipment and personnel between Bagram Army Air Field, Ports of Entry, and remote bases. Documents all operational actions and coordinates with dispatcher to maintain efficiency and readiness. Performs daily PMCS and identifies equipment failures. Performs and records minor maintenance actions. Complies with all safety regulations and procedures. Ensures proper vehicle loading and care.
88M10 Vehicle Driver
Operates assigned vehicles over varied terrain in support of combat operations. Manages loading and unloading of personnel and equipment and protects cargo against damage. Operates vehicle material handling equipment (MHE), as required. Employs land navigation techniques. Maintains qualification with radios and vehicle-mounted weapons. Performs vehicle self-recovery and field expedients to include towing. Corrects or reports all vehicle deficiencies. Prepares vehicles for shipment by air, rail, or vessel.
Supervises drivers performing preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on vehicles. Operates in the truck terminal as a squad leader. Trains new drivers and manages the driver sustaimnent training program. Plans, organizes, and operates a motor vehicle convoy. Performs convoy route reconnaissance. Commands a convoy march unit or serial. Supervises transporting of all types of cargo. Posts and controls guards used to prevent pilferage and vandalism of cargo and equipment. Takes charge of vehicle recovery. Supervises personnel preparing vehicles for deployment
88M30 Transportation NCO
Supervises enlisted and contract personnel in the maintenance and operation of a vehicle fleet worth over $30M. Coordinates with ARFOR and other tenant units to provide required support. Budgets for fuel, equipment, and personnel and ensures all resources necessary for operations are available. Schedules and prepares convoys carrying critical equipment and passengers. Operates transport service serving more than 60K personnel annually. Identifies equipment failures and implements and tracks PMCS inspections.