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42F Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist

42F MOS
Name: Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Fabricates, constructs, and repairs fixed dental prosthetic appliances.

The Chief Medical NCO is the principal non-commissioned officer who supervises and performs related duties as the senior advisor to Commanders, Directors, and Chiefs of Departments and staff agencies on all matters pertaining to enlisted personnel; perform these duties in multifunctional medical and dental treatment facilities, medical staff activities, or in medical units formed under the Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE), or Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) concept; the Chief Medical NCO must be qualified in one of the following seven MOS (91E, 91G, 91J, 91M, 91P, 91Q, and 91W) at the grade MSG; must be knowledgeable in technical mission, responsibilities and operations of all medical functional activities; to include division and higher levels of medical special, general and joint staff sections, large and medium size hospitals, health centers and clinics, battery, company and troop size units, and all levels of echelons for medical organizations to include all major commands; must be able to plan, coordinate and supervise activities pertaining to unit organization, training, tactical and technical operations.

Must be qualified as Dental Removable Prosthetic Specialist (42D10); must know dental and oral anatomy as it relates to fixed dental prosthetic fabrication; must know procedures and techniques involved in preparation of fixed prosthetic dental inlays, crowns, and bridges; must know physical and chemical properties of materials used in fabrication of fixed dentures; must know use of casting and soldering fluxes and various soldering techniques; must know techniques involved in fusing porcelain, use of platinum in porcelain prosthesis, and procedures for fusing porcelain, use of platinum in porcelain prosthesis, and procedures for ceramic firing and glazing; must know all types of dental golds and their associated solders; must be able to wax, invest, cast, and finish complex crowns, inlays, and pontics; must be able to construct acrylic jacket crowns and acrylic veneers for metal crowns and bridges; must be skilled in carving, shaping, and finishing of fixed dentures to insure proper anatomic, physiologic, and esthetic qualities.

Must be qualified as Dental Removal Prosthetic Specialist (42D20) or Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist (42F20); must know technical mission, responsibilities, and operation of dental laboratories; must know administrative channels and organizational structure of dental laboratories; must know capabilities and limitations of subordinate personnel; must know methods of obtaining nonstandard items in open market; must know dental laboratory training methods and management fundamentals; must be able to plan and organize work schedules, assign duties, and instruct subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures; must be able to requisition supplies, and review, consolidate, and prepare technical, personnel, and administrative reports.

42F Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist

42F MOS
Name: Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Fabricates, constructs, and repairs fixed dental prosthetic appliances.

The Chief Medical NCO is the principal non-commissioned officer who supervises and performs related duties as the senior advisor to Commanders, Directors, and Chiefs of Departments and staff agencies on all matters pertaining to enlisted personnel; perform these duties in multifunctional medical and dental treatment facilities, medical staff activities, or in medical units formed under the Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE), or Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) concept; the Chief Medical NCO must be qualified in one of the following seven MOS (91E, 91G, 91J, 91M, 91P, 91Q, and 91W) at the grade MSG; must be knowledgeable in technical mission, responsibilities and operations of all medical functional activities; to include division and higher levels of medical special, general and joint staff sections, large and medium size hospitals, health centers and clinics, battery, company and troop size units, and all levels of echelons for medical organizations to include all major commands; must be able to plan, coordinate and supervise activities pertaining to unit organization, training, tactical and technical operations.

Must be qualified as Dental Removable Prosthetic Specialist (42D10); must know dental and oral anatomy as it relates to fixed dental prosthetic fabrication; must know procedures and techniques involved in preparation of fixed prosthetic dental inlays, crowns, and bridges; must know physical and chemical properties of materials used in fabrication of fixed dentures; must know use of casting and soldering fluxes and various soldering techniques; must know techniques involved in fusing porcelain, use of platinum in porcelain prosthesis, and procedures for fusing porcelain, use of platinum in porcelain prosthesis, and procedures for ceramic firing and glazing; must know all types of dental golds and their associated solders; must be able to wax, invest, cast, and finish complex crowns, inlays, and pontics; must be able to construct acrylic jacket crowns and acrylic veneers for metal crowns and bridges; must be skilled in carving, shaping, and finishing of fixed dentures to insure proper anatomic, physiologic, and esthetic qualities.

Must be qualified as Dental Removal Prosthetic Specialist (42D20) or Dental Fixed Prosthetic Specialist (42F20); must know technical mission, responsibilities, and operation of dental laboratories; must know administrative channels and organizational structure of dental laboratories; must know capabilities and limitations of subordinate personnel; must know methods of obtaining nonstandard items in open market; must know dental laboratory training methods and management fundamentals; must be able to plan and organize work schedules, assign duties, and instruct subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures; must be able to requisition supplies, and review, consolidate, and prepare technical, personnel, and administrative reports.

32F Fixed Ciphony Repairer

32F MOS
Name: Fixed Ciphony Repairer
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs organizational, direct support and general support maintenance on fixed ciphony communications security equipment.

Supervises the performance of direct support, general support and depot level maintenance, calibration, and installation of communications-electronic equipment; determines requirements, assigns duties and coordinates the activities of subordinate personnel; advises maintenance officer or unit commander on maintenance activities; assists command and staff in continuous appraisal of communications-electronic equipment maintenance, calibration, and installation, operations, and training; provides guidance to subordinate personnel; applies policies and procedures for facility/unit/station management; supervises the duties performed by subordinate personnel engages in installation/maintenance; determines effectiveness of performance to meet workload demands; provides advice and makes, recommendations to the commander aid staff on all matters pertain to enlisted personnel and their families; accompanies the commander on inspections and visits and at ceremonies; assists in inspection of command activities facilities aid personnel as prescribed by the commander; holds First Sergeants’ or Sergeants’ Major call to announce information and instructions; insures that newly assigned enlisted personnel are instructed in military courtesy, customs, of the service, and command regulations or policies; provides counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted personnel of the command; inspects duties performed by subordinate NCOs; notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action; assists in reception of visitors to the command; sits as president or, member of command promotion board for NCOs, as authorized by regulations; performs other duties prescribed by, the commander.

Supervises and instructs subordinate personnel in the installation, maintenance, repair, modification and inspection of COMSEC equipment; instructs subordinate personnel in application of maintenance procedures; makes continuous appraisal of maintenance operations and training situations; schedules subordinate personnel in consonance with workloads and best maintenance procedures; collects, prepares, and distributes material and data pertaining to operations and training; provides technical guidance to maintenance personnel performing complex repairs on fixed COMSEC equipment; coordinates and supervised maintenance, repair activities and personnel at all levels; diagnoses and evaluates malfunctions to determine extent of malfunction, length of time, tools and parts required to perform repair; supervises modification of equipment and provides on-the-job training in the maintenance of modified equipment when required; supervises the performance of direct support, general support and depot level maintenance, calibration, and installation of communications-electronic equipment; determines requirements, assigns duties and coordinates the activities of subordinate personnel; advises maintenance officer or unit commander on maintenance activities; assists command and staff in continuous appraisal of communications-electronic equipment maintenance, calibration, and installation, operations, and training; provides guidance to subordinate personnel; applies policies and procedures for facility/unit/station management; supervises the duties performed by subordinate personnel engages in installation/maintenance; determines effectiveness of performance to meet workload demands.

Performs organizational, direct support and general support maintenance on Fixed Ciphony COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items; makes operating adjustments and emergency repairs; performs prescribed maintenance routines; checks to determine and establish the materiel readiness and serviceability of fixed ciphony COMSEC equipment; repairs equipment to the extent possible by appropriate directives and standards; conducts detailed tests to diagnose and isolate causes of malfunctioning or inoperative equipment; removes and examines components and parts; replaces faulty items; traces circuit continuity; determines whether equipment troubles are due to local fixed ciphony COMSEC equipment malfunctions or a result of other equipment through use of systems troubleshooting techniques; performs authorized equipment modifications in accordance with modification work orders; airlines, adjusts, and test-operates repaired and modified items to ensure proper functioning; keeps maintenance logs and records; prepares Equipment Improvement Recommendations in accordance with accepted Army maintenance practices; ensures authorized tools and test equipment are available, properly cared for and calibrated at all times; performs organizational, direct support and general support maintenance on fixed ciphony COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items; adjusts and makes regular and emergency repairs to equipment maintained; performs appropriate maintenance routines on equipment; ascertains equipment readiness and serviceability; modifies equipment in accordance with authorized modification work orders; utilized an maintains authorized tools and test equipment; engages in accepted detailed testing procedures/techniques to diagnose and isolate source(s) of malfunction or non-function of equipment; disassembles or removes assemblies, components and parts and replaces faulty items; maintains maintenance records, logs and makes technical and administrative reports as required; repairs inoperative equipment; uses circuit continuity check procedures in troubleshooting malfunctioning or nonfunctioning equipment; performs accepted isolation procedure to pinpoint malfunctioning equipment within a system; adjusts, airlines and test-operates repaired equipment to ensure proper functioning within accepted standards; supervises and instructs subordinate personnel in installation, maintenance, repair, modification and inspection of COMSEC equipment; supervises subordinate personnel in required safeguarding of classified defense information and material; supervises subordinate personnel in required control and safeguarding of COMSEC materials which includes documents, devices, and equipment essential to communications security; inspects COMSE equipment repairs and modifications to assure proper maintenance techniques and procedures have been employed; supervises maintenance or clerical personnel; ensures that subordinate personnel maintain stocks of materials and replacement parts/components when authorized to ensure continuous COMSEC equipment maintenance capability; directs modifications to fixed voice COMSEC equipment.

29F Fixed Communications Security Equipment Repairer

29F MOS
Name: Fixed Communications Security Equipment Repairer
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs unit and intermediate forward maintenance on Fixed COMSEC equipment.

Performs, unit and intermediate maintenance on Fixed COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items; performs unit and intermediate forward maintenance on Fixed COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items and provides technical assistance to lower graded personnel; supervises maintenance of Fixed COMSEC equipment and provides, technical assistance to lower graded personnel.

Supervises and inspects the duties performed by subordinate personnel; determines requirements, assigns duties, and coordinates activities of subordinate units; establishes policies and procedures for facilities/unit/station management; briefs commander and staff on maintenance posture of units/organization; directs and monitors unit training; anticipates and requests additional equipment and personnel to meet mission demands; provides liaison between staff elements, operations, and maintenance personnel; provides advice and makes recommendations to the commander and staff on all matters pertaining to enlisted personnel and their families; accompanies the commander on inspections and visits and at ceremonies; assists in inspection of command activities facilities and personnel as prescribed by the commander; holds First Sergeants’ or Sergeants’ Major call to announce information and instructions; insures that newly assigned enlisted personnel are instructed in military courtesy, customs of the service, and command regulations or policies; provides counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted personnel of the command; inspects duties performed by subordinate NCOs; notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action; assists in reception of visitors to the command; sits as president or member of command promotion board for NCOs, as authorized by regulations; performs other duties prescribed by the commander.

The COMSEC Maintenance Chief supervises subordinate personnel in the maintenance and repair of COMSEC equipment; supervises and coordinates maintenance and/or logistics support for COMSEC material; determines requirements, assigns duties, and coordinates the activities of subordinate personnel; applies policies and procedures for facility/unit/station management; determines effectiveness of performance to meet workload demands; provides guidance to subordinate personnel; prepares and disseminates operating procedures and instruction; selects communications sites; advises maintenance officer of unit commander on maintenance activities; assists command/staff In continuous appraisal of communications equipment maintenance, calibration, installation, operations, and training; conducts training in communications, operations, procedures, and maintenance practices; prepares technical and administrative reports.

32E Fixed Plant Carrier Repairman

32E MOS
Name: Fixed Plant Carrier Repairman
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Installs and performs organizational, field, and depot maintenance of fixed plant carrier and associated equipment.

Must be qualified as Fixed Station Chief (32Z40); Fixed Station Receiver Repairman (32B40); Fixed Station Transmitter Repairman (32C40); Fixed Station Technical Controller (32D40); or Fixed Plant Carrier Repairman (32E40); must know capabilities, limitations, and principles of operation of equipment employed in fixed transmitter, receiver, and terminal facilities; must know procedures pertaining to installation of equipment in fixed station communication facilities; must know circuit control procedures; must know alternate routing procedures and appropriate spare lines and equipment to use in restoring circuits to use; must know mission, responsibilities, and operation of station to which assigned; must know principles of Army personnel and administrative procedures applicable to station operations; must know format of Army correspondence, preparation of morning report, maintenance of duty rosters, and regulations governing station or unit administration; must know office management, station management, and supervisory techniques and responsibilities; must know fundamentals of requisitioning and storage of rations, preparation and serving of food, and care of mess equipment to assure that unit mess meets prescribed standards; must know fundamentals of repair and utilities to insure maintenance of physical plant including main and emergency power sources; must know precautions to be exercised in handling of classified material; must know military message handling procedures; must be able to plan, coordinate, and supervise activities pertaining to technical operations of station, maintenance of facility equipment, and training of personnel; must be able to prepare orders, operating instructions, circuit and traffic diagrams, and related technical reports and materials pertaining to station operations; must be able to read and interpret complex specifications and circuit and schematic diagrams; must be able to diagnose and determine causes of unusual cases of malfunction or non-function of equipment utilized in station to which assigned; must be able to explain and interpret complex operating and maintenance problems pertaining to type equipment serviced and operated by subordinate repair and operating personnel.

Must know electrical and electronic fundamentals including pulse modulation and their application to circuits used in fixed plant carrier and fixed radio carrier and L control terminal equipment; must know operating characteristics of fixed plant carrier Equipment; must know operating characteristics of associated communications systems to maintain high fidelity transmission characteristics; must know operating characteristics of fixed radio station terminal, facilities control, single sideband, and associated fixed station radio receiving transmitting, telephone, teletype, and facsimile equipment; must know principles of operation of electronic time division multiplex equipment; must know description and nomenclature of parts and components of carrier and associated equipment; must know techniques and procedures of malfunction diagnosis; must know precautions to be exercised when working around high voltages and action to be taken in event of emergency; must be able to diagnose causes of malfunction and non-function of fixed plant carrier, terminal, and associated equipment including electronic time division multiplex; must be able to read and understand circuit, schematic, and cable diagrams pertaining to fixed carrier, terminal, and associated equipment; must be able to use common and specialized hand tools, precision measuring instruments, and testing devices.

Must be qualified as Fixed Plant Carrier Repairman (32E20); must know functions and operation of fixed communication facilities operated by section or shift to which assigned; must know operating characteristics of terminal, facilities control, electronic multiplex, single sideband, and associated fixed station radio receiving, transmitting, telephone, teletype, facsimile, and associated equipment; must know interrelationship of components of systems in which fixed plant carrier, terminal, and associated equipment are employed; must know fundamentals of communication center operations; must be able to read and interpret specifications and circuit and schematic diagrams; must be able to diagnose and determine causes of unusual cases of malfunction of fixed plant carrier, terminal, and associated and auxiliary equipment; must be able to explain and interpret operating and maintenance problems pertaining to type of fixed plant carrier, terminal, or associated equipment serviced and operated by subordinate section or shift personnel; must be qualified as Fixed Station Chief (32Z40); Fixed Station Receiver Repairman (32B40); Fixed Station Transmitter Repairman (32C40); Fixed Station Technical Controller (32D40); or Fixed Plant Carrier Repairman (32E40); must know capabilities, limitations, and principles of operation of equipment employed in fixed transmitter, receiver, and terminal facilities; must know procedures pertaining to installation of equipment in fixed station communication facilities; must know circuit control procedures; must know alternate routing procedures and appropriate spare lines and equipment to use in restoring circuits to use; must know mission, responsibilities, and operation of station to which assigned; must know principles of Army personnel and administrative procedures applicable to station operations; must know format of Army correspondence, preparation of morning report, maintenance of duty rosters, and regulations governing station or unit administration; must know office management, station management, and supervisory techniques and responsibilities; must know fundamentals of requisitioning and storage of rations, preparation and serving of food, and care of mess equipment to assure that unit mess meets prescribed standards; must know fundamentals of repair and utilities to insure maintenance of physical plant including main and emergency power sources; must know precautions to be exercised in handling of classified material; must know military message handling procedures; must be able to plan, coordinate, and supervise activities pertaining to technical operations of station, maintenance of facility equipment, and training of personnel; must be able to prepare orders, operating instructions, circuit and traffic diagrams, and related technical reports and materials pertaining to station operations; must be able to read and interpret complex specifications and circuit and schematic diagrams; must be able to diagnose and determine causes of unusual cases of malfunction or non-function of equipment utilized in station to which assigned; must be able to explain and interpret complex operating and maintenance problems pertaining to type equipment serviced and operated by subordinate repair and operating personnel.

32G Fixed Cryptographic Equipment Repairer

32G MOS
Name: Fixed Cryptographic Equipment Repairer
Branch: Army
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs organizational, direct and general support maintenance on fixed cryptographic systems communications security equipment.

Supervises the performance of direct support, general support and depot level maintenance, calibration, and installation of communications-electronic equipment; determines requirements, assigns duties and coordinates the activities of subordinate personnel; advises maintenance officer or unit commander on maintenance activities; assists command and staff in continuous appraisal of communications-electronic equipment maintenance, calibration, and installation, operations, and training; provides guidance to subordinate personnel; applies policies and procedures for facility/unit/station management; supervises the duties performed by subordinate personnel engages in installation/maintenance; determines effectiveness of performance to meet workload demands; provides advice and makes, recommendations to the commander aid staff on all matters pertain to enlisted personnel and their families; accompanies the commander on inspections and visits and at ceremonies; assists in inspection of command activities facilities aid personnel as prescribed by the commander; holds First Sergeants’ or Sergeants’ Major call to announce information and instructions; insures that newly assigned enlisted personnel are instructed in military courtesy, customs, of the service, and command regulations or policies; provides counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted personnel of the command; inspects duties performed by subordinate NCOs; notes discrepancies and initiates appropriate corrective action; assists in reception of visitors to the command; sits as president or, member of command promotion board for NCOs, as authorized by regulations; performs other duties prescribed by, the commander.

Performs organizational, direct support and general support maintenance on fixed cryptographic systems COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items consisting of a single basic item of equipment and/or integrated signal preparation and reconversion (interface) equipment utilized to provide COMSEC; makes operating adjustments makes operating adjustments and emergency repairs; performs prescribed maintenance routine and checks to determine and establish the materiel readiness and serviceability of fixed cryptographic systems COMSEC equipment; repairs and overhauls equipment to the extent authorized by appropriate directive and standards; conducts detailed tests to diagnose and isolate cause of malfunctioning or inoperative equipment; applies electronic theory and analysis techniques in diagnosis and isolation of equipment of component failures; removes and examines components and parts; replaces faulty items; traces circuit continuity; determines whether reported equipment troubles are due to local fixed systems COMSEC equipment malfunctions or other equipment through use of systems troubleshooting techniques; applies authorized modification work orders; airlines, adjusts, and test-operates repaired and modified items to assure proper functioning; keeps maintenance logs and records; submits maintenance reports; prepares equipment improvement recommendations in accordance with Army equipment records system; ensures authorized tools and test equipment are available, properly cared for and calibrated at’ all times; performs organizational, direct support and general support maintenance on fixed cryptographic systems COMSEC equipment, assemblies and accessory items consisting of a single basic-item of equipment and/or integrated signal preparation and reconversion (interface) equipment utilized to provide COMSEC; adjusts and makes emergency repairs; conducts prescribed maintenance checks to determine and establish the materiel readiness and serviceability of fixed cryptographic systems COMSEC equipment; makes necessary repairs and overhauls equipment to the extent authorized by appropriate directive and standards; tests equipment to diagnose and isolate cause of malfunction or inoperative status equipment; utilizes electronic theory and analysis techniques to diagnose and isolate equipment component failures; removes and replaces faulty items; makes circuit continuity checks; makes a determination of location of systems malfunction using proper localization procedures and techniques; installs authorized modification work orders; conducts proper alignment procedures and test-operates repaired and modified items to assure proper operation; maintains maintenance logs and records and submits maintenance reports as required; prepares equipment improvement recommendations in accordance with Army equipment records system; maintains authorized tools and test equipment; provides technical guidance to lower graded personnel as required; supervises and instructs subordinate personnel in installation, maintenance, repair, modification and inspection of COMSEC equipment; supervises subordinate personnel in required safeguarding and control of classified defense information and material; supervises subordinate personnel in required safeguarding and control of COMSEC materiel which includes documents, devices, and equipment essential to communications security; inspects COMSEC equipment repairs and modifications to assure proper maintenance techniques and procedures have been employed; supervises maintenance and clerical personnel in preparation of work orders, requisitions and correspondence pertinent to COMSEC maintenance activities; ensures that subordinate personnel maintain stocks of materials and replacement parts/components when authorized to ensure continuous COMSEC equipment maintenance capability; schedules workload in consonance with best maintenance practices and procedures in order to maintain a high level of efficiency and pro

Supervises the performance of direct support, general support, and depot level maintenance, calibration, and installation of communications-electronics equipment; supervises, assists, and inspects the duties performed by subordinate enlisted personnel; organizes, instructs, and counsels subordinate personnel; initiates and conducts on-the-job training programs; conducts training and presents demonstrations in cross-training personnel; organizes and supervises subordinate personnel and activities of units, shops, or activities engaged in maintenance, calibration, or installation of communications electronics equipment to include quality assurance; recommends changes in work procedures and reports on unsatisfactory equipment and circuitry within communications-electronic equipment; reviews, consolidates, and prepares technical reports pertaining to communications-electronic equipment maintenance, calibration, or installation; prepares and maintains records connected with prescribed load lists and authorized stockage lists; establishes and maintains liaison with supported and supporting activities; coordinates maintenance, calibration and installation activities; coordinates maintenance calibration and installation activities by establishment of work priorities; diagnoses and determines causes of unusual equipment malfunctions; reads, interprets, and explains complex concepts, specifications, circuits, schematic and wiring diagrams; instructs and demonstrates correct maintenance, calibration and installation procedures and utilization of special test equipment, tools, and standards; supervises the performance of direct support, general support and depot level maintenance, calibration, and installation of communications-electronic equipment; determines requirements, assigns duties and coordinates the activities of subordinate personnel; advises maintenance officer or unit commander on maintenance activities; assists command and staff in continuous appraisal of communications-electronic equipment maintenance, calibration, and installation, operations, and training; provides guidance to subordinate personnel; applies policies and procedures for facility/unit/station management; supervises the duties performed by subordinate personnel engages in installation/maintenance; determines effectiveness of performance to meet workload demands.