Brigade Aviation Element
Duty Descriptions

Element NCOIC
Responsible for 4 NCOs and 4 Soldiers; maintains situational awareness of airfield activity and movement capabilities and requirements; responsible for security within airfield and compound; briefs aircrews on operational hazards and responds to aircraft in-flight or ground emergencies; conducts airfield inspections; coordinates with airfield support units; prioritizes Air Movement Requests and tasks outside units when necessary; ensures safe operations.

Movement Specialist
Accepts and processes Air Movement Requests (AMR); coordinates logistical resources for Soldiers; records documentation using the Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES); verifies cargo scheduled for movement is safe and properly palletized; reviews and verifies personnel orders; schedules aviation operations and tracks all flights; maintains around-the-clock operations; ensures personnel, equipment and supplies are delivered on time and where needed.

Aviation Platoon Sergeant
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in an Assault Helicopter Company; responsible for the accountability, welfare, physical fitness, and administrative support of 7 NCOs and 3 Warrant Officers; maintains the platoon's personal readiness; develops the Platoon Leader's aviation maintenance expertise; provides mentorship and training for all Soldiers in the platoon; teaches crew resource management procedures; maintains the serviceability of 11 UH-60 Helicopters valued at over $40 million; assists the Platoon Leader and First Sergeant in all platoon matters.

Aviation Supply NCOIC
Aviation Supply NCOICs oversee the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) and Aviation Resource Management Survey (ARMS), providing logistical support for aviation units; their responsibilities include inventory management, material handling, facility storage management, requisition processing, and procurement of class IX aviation maintenance repair parts; maintains accountability of the unit's property book by conducting cyclic and annual sensitive items inventories and manage acquisition procedures and fiscal accounting in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations. Government Purchase Card (GPC) purchases, Soldier Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) and Central Clothing Distribution Center (CCDF) transactions.

transporting personnel by helicopter

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