91Z Motor Sergeant
Serves as Motor Sergeant for a medium truck company conducting logistical support and gun truck operations deployed to Shindand, Afghanistan; responsible for the accountability, maintenance and recovery operations for over 200 pieces of equipment valued in excess of $200 million; accountable for scheduled and unscheduled services for all wheeled equipment; organizes safety standards, TAMMS/SAMS-1E operations, and Shop Stock Listing valued at over $1 million; accountable for training, safety, discipline, health and welfare of five NCOs, 13 Soldiers and three civilian Field Service Representatives (FSRs).
Advises the commander on training, logistics, personnel and unit mobilization readiness requirements and ensures that the unit maintains comprehensive mobilization plans including vehicle load plans, unit movement plans, convoy clearance requests, and training and personnel requirements; reviews and implements mobilization directives and regulations; obtains all required data and prepares unit readiness reports; monitors the Equipment on Hand (EOH) and the Equipment Readiness (ER) status and keeps the commander informed on these and other issues.
Battalion Motor Sergeant
Serves as the Battalion Motor Sergeant for the 5th Special Forces Group; responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 250 items of equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, material handling equipment, and all terrain vehicles; accountable for over $12 million worth of special tools, equipment, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts; directs recovery operation for the entire 5th SFG(A); responsible for the overall supervision, training, safety, health, and welfare of nine NCOs and 14 Soldiers.
Serves as the Motor Sergeant and Maintenance Platoon Sergeant of a Engineer Support Company assigned to a modular Engineer Battalion (Combat Effects); responsible for the overall management of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 100 pieces of wheeled, ground support and construction related equipment valued in excess of $5,000,000; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of tools, equipment and facilities worth over $3,000,000; responsible for the overall management, supervision, training, professional development, health and welfare of five NCO's and 10 Soldiers.
Battlion Motor SGT
Serves as Battalion Motor Sergeant and is responsible for the 420th MCB Battlion monthly AMSS report and three of their down trace units; serves as the 211th CTC acting supply SGT and unit LIK coordinator; responsible for reports and maintaining scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, repairs and services for over 54 items of equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, material handling kalmars, generators and light sets, special tools, vehicles, and class IX repair parts; responsible for the overall supervision, training, maintenance, health, and welfare of 3 AGR Soldiers.
Serves as a Motor Sergeant for a forward-deployed, tactical signal company; provides tactical contingency C2 communications to the United States Army Europe (USAREUR), European Command (EUCOM), United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) missions within the EUCOM and CENTCOM AOR; responsible for the maintenance, and combat mission readiness of government property in excess of $26,000,000; responsible for service, deadline and USR reports as well as overall motor pool effectiveness; responsible for the training, welfare, discipline, combat readiness and development of 13 Soldiers.
Serves as Motor Sergeant for a Combat Support Hospital, a battalion equivalent organization; manages the equipment readiness of nine subordinate units, including vehicles, material handling equipment and ground support equipment; reviews and submits NMC and AMSS reports to higher echelons; primarily responsible for enforcing Army safety and environmental standards in conjunction with maintenance operations; manages the Command Maintenance, Class III, Class IX, QA/QC and Maintenance Sustainment Training programs in support of the combat healthcare support mission of the Combat Support Hospital.
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.
Serves as the Motor Sergeant for one of only two Inter Cargo Port Transfer Company Units, 645th Transportation Company Inter Cargo Transfer Command; responsible for maintaining the schedualed services and unschedualed maintenance of over 100 items of equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, material handling Kalmars, forklifts 4-20K, generators, and lightsets; responsible for the accountability of over $ 120,000,000 worth of equipment, special tools, vehicles and class IX repair parts; directly responsible for the overall supervision, training, maintenance, health and welfare of five NCOs and 16 Soldiers.
Unit Motor Sergeant
Serves as Motor Sergeant for a Non-Divisional Field Maintenance Company deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10; responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 150 items of organizational and theater provided equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, and material handling equipment; directs recovery operations; responsible for Unit Readiness Report (AMSS); responsible for the maintenance and accountability of over $250K worth of special tools, equipment, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts; responsible for the overall supervision, training, health and welfare of 16 NCOs and 20 Soldiers.
Performs duties as the Battalion Motor Sergeant for the Special Troops Battalion consolidated Motor Pool; responsible for the health, welfare, professional development, training and morale of five Non-Commissioned Officers and five Soldiers; plans, coordinates, directs, and manages organizational maintenance for scheduled and unscheduled field maintenance for six pacing items and over 500 pieces of reportable equipment; manages The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), and Shop Stock Listing (SSL)