WOMOS 915A Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer

WOMOS Description

Supervises the maintenance and repair of wheel and track vehicles and accessory equipment; inspects vehicles; prepares, implements, and maintains procedures for management of maintenance activities; interprets regulations, technical manuals, and orders pertaining to automotive and accessory equipment maintenance functions; supervises personnel assigned to maintenance sections, motor pools, or similar activities; knows the theory, function, and operation of internal-combustion engines, and the assembly, nomenclature, check-out, inspection procedures, diagnostic tests, tuning, and other adjustments of automotive and nonengineer mechanical equipment, including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and hydropneumatic subsystems; knows use of special tools and test equipment; knows emergency maintenance methods including use of salvaged parts, reconditioning of equipment with hand tools, and substitution of parts and minor assemblies; uses automated and manual systems for supply of technical publications, tools, and repair parts; knows unit readiness reporting system; knows the use and functioning of automotive, metal, and tire shop equipment; diagnoses complex malfunctions and instructs personnel on isolation and repair of unusual malfunctions; may serve as a service school instructor; writes technical memoranda and other correspondence. For more information on WOMOS 915A, see this Army website.

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