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Then it was sent to those elusive “New York Publishing Houses.” I waited. For this work on tracked vehicles, you’ll have a complete tool box, including the Army’s best power tools. As a Tracked Vehicle Repairer, you’ll also train to replace engines, transmission breaks, injectors, and diesel power plants.
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Keeping these high-tech, up-to-date Army tracked vehicles in action by maintaining and repairing them is the job of the men and women in Military Occupational Specialty…Tracked Vehicle Repairer. You’ll also repair the tracked vehicle using battlefield damage assessment and repair—or BDAR. Fortunately, they’re never out of service for long when in the hands of Tracked Vehicle Repairers. You can ensure the Blackhawk is in topnotch shape to meet the Army’s combat needs as a Military Occupational Specialt, UH-60 Helicopter Repairer. You’ll also move aircraft for maintenance, prepare aircraft for flight, operate the aviation ground power unit, or serve as an air crew member. You’ll also train to perform periodic maintenance by taking oil samples from the gear boxes, checking the blade indication method on the rotor blades, and inspecting aircraft components.