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  1. 1. OCCUPATION: 2S051, Materiel Management Journeyman PRIMARY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: SEP 2013 - APR 2016 (2 Years 7 Months), 2S051 AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: JAN 2013 - SEP 2013 (8 Months), 2S051 JAN 2012 - JAN 2013 (1 Year), 2S031 OCT 2011 - JAN 2012 (3 Months), 2S011 DUTY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: SEP 2013 - APR 2016 (2 Years 7 Months), 2S051 AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: JUN 2013 - SEP 2013 (3 Months), 2S051 FEB 2012 - JUN 2013 (1 Year 4 Months), 2S031 OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 2S051 (Description dates OCT 2005 - APR 2016) 2.1. Manages materiel management activities and systems involved in requirements determination, inventory control, storage and issues of supplies and equipment. 2.2. Computes requirement, determines allowance, and researches and identifies materiel requirements. Performs operations involved in storage inspection, and identification of property. 2.3. Performs inventories and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. 2.4. Inspects and identifies property. Determines condition of property received. Performs shelf-life inspections of stock. 2.5. Develops methods and improves procedures for storing property. Plans use of storage facilities. Stores, issues, ships and transfers property. Controls issue of classified, sensitive, pilferable and controlled items. 2.6. Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable component actions. Controls and issues bench stock property. VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING 1. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME 2. PAY GRADE 3. YEAR(S) IN SERVICE CARNEY WILLIAM CHRISTOPHE I E-4 5 4. MILITARY SERVICE COMPONENT 5. DATE OF INFORMATION AIR FORCE, ACTIVE 2016 APR 01 6. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY (In reverse chronological order) AND RELATED INFORMATION EXPERIENCE HISTORY: VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 1 of 7
  2. 2. Obtains material required for equipment modification, periodic component exchange and bills of material in support of maintenance. Accounts for all items contained in mobility readiness spares packages. 2.7. Provides materiel management expertise to combat support, enabler organizations and responsible officers for the proper accounting and control of specified classes of supply. Reviews and validates requirements. When required, initiates follow-up actions on materiel requirements. Coordinates equipment transfer and deployment actions with the accountable officer. 2.8. Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities. 2.9. Processes information retrievals using materiel management system databases. Manages materiel management related systems and hardware. Performs operator maintenance on materiel management related systems and hardware. Applies system security policy and procedures to prevent unauthorized changes to information. Distributes materiel management computer products. 2.10. Acts as a subject matter expert to the commander on the operation of materiel management systems and operations. Monitors Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System. Ensures database integrity and makes necessary corrections. 2.11. Controls and operates the Remote Processing Station (RPS). 2.12. Monitors systems processing and corrects processing errors. Monitors materiel management traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System and takes corrective action. Maintains liaison with the Standard Systems Group, MAJCOMs and the servicing Defense Megacenters, to identify and correct problems. 2.13. Develops database retrieval scripts for materiel management support analyses. 2.14. Operates motor vehicles and assorted materiel handling equipment. Directs materiel management activities involved in developing, operating, implementing and analyzing manual and automated integrated logistics systems. Manages item and monetary accounting, inventory control, financial planning and warehousing functions. Monitors and operates the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) and associated logistics systems interfaces. When assigned to combat support or enabler organizations, provides materiel management expertise as related to SBSS processes, accountable officer, responsible officer, and responsible person obligations 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.1 Manages materiel management activities and systems involved in requirements determination, inventory control, and receipt, storage and issues of supplies and equipment. 2.2. Computes requirement, determines allowance, and researches and identifies materiel requirements. Performs operations involved in storage inspection, identification and receipt of property. 2.3. Performs inventories and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. 2.4. Inspects and identifies property. Determines condition of property received. Performs shelf-life inspections of stock. 2.5. Develops methods and improves procedures for storing property. Plans use of storage facilities. Receipts, stores, issues, ships and transfers property. Controls issue of classified, sensitive, pilferable and controlled items. VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 2 of 7
  3. 3. 2.6. Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable component actions. Controls and issues bench stock property. Obtains material required for equipment modification, periodic component exchange and bills of material in support of maintenance. Accounts for all items contained in mobility readiness spares packages. 2.7. Provides materiel management expertise to combat support, enabler organizations and responsible officers for the proper accounting and control of specified classes of supply. Reviews and validates requirements. When required, initiates follow-up actions on materiel requirements. Coordinates equipment transfer and deployment actions with the accountable officer. 2.8. Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities. 2.9. Processes information retrievals using supply system databases. Manages materiel management related systems and hardware. Performs operator maintenance on materiel management related systems and hardware. Applies system security policy and procedures to prevent unauthorized changes to information. Distributes supply computer products. 2.10. Acts as a subject matter expert to the commander on the operation of materiel management systems and operations. Monitors Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Supply Interface System. Ensures database integrity and makes necessary corrections. 2.11. Controls and operates the Remote Processing Station (RPS) and remote terminal hardware under the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.12. Monitors systems processing and corrects processing errors. Monitors supply Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Supply Interface System and takes corrective action. Maintains liaison with the Standard Systems Group, MAJCOMs and the servicing Defense Megacenters, to identify and correct problems 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.13 Develops database retrieval scripts for materiel management support analyses 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.14. Operates motor vehicles and assorted materiel handling equipment. RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 2S051 Inventory Clerk (DOT 222.387-026) Order Fillers, Wholesale and Retail Sales (ONET 43-5081.04) Shipping and Receiving Clerk (DOT 222.387-050) VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 3 of 7
  4. 4. Shipping, Receiving, And Traffic Clerks (OES 58028) Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks (ONET 43-5071.00) Stock Clerk (DOT 222.387-058) Stock Clerks - Stockroom, Warehouse Or Storage Yard (OES 58023) Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard (ONET 43-5081.03) Stock Control Clerk (DOT 219.387-030) OCCUPATION: 1C431, Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Apprentice PRIMARY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: MAY 2011 - OCT 2011 (5 Months), 1C411 DUTY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: OCT 2011 - FEB 2012 (4 Months), 1C431 AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: MAY 2011 - OCT 2011 (5 Months), 1C431 OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 1C431 (Description dates JAN 1997 - APR 2016) 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.1. Supervises and conducts mission planning and coordination of combat air resources. Recommends use of combat air resources to support mission requirements, tactics, air support assets, and ordnance capabilities and limitations. Extracts target information from maps. Plans and controls combat air support missions. Coordinates field artillery support. 2.2. Supervises and performs inter-service liaison activities to ensure effective integration of combat air resources on the battlefield. Provides Air Force expertise essential to joint combat operations. Assists with and coordinates air support requests. Plans, prepares, and conducts mission briefings. Assists with and develops fire support coordination plans. 2.3. Manages and operates global positioning systems, and voice and digital TACP combat communications weapons systems. Establishes and operates point-to-point communications nets. Processes and requests combat air resources to support Army ground maneuver units. Directs and employs field expedient antenna techniques. 2.4. Supervises and performs TACP field duties. Deploys to battlefield forward areas and supports Army maneuver units. Uses military maps to navigate to and operate within combat zones. Maintains proficiency with TACP weapons, field equipment, and signaling devices. Selects and supervises preparation of bivouac sites. Directs and applies camouflage and concealment techniques. Manages and conducts operator servicing of TACP vehicles, radios, and field and support equipment. 2.1. Operates communications, digital networks and precision targeting equipment. Integrates, plans and briefs maneuver commanders and staff on combat capabilities of air, space and cyber power. Processes and requests air and space resources to support ground maneuver units. 2.2. Targets and controls surface-to-surface, air-to-surface-fires and _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 4 of 7
  5. 5. cyber power. Plans, coordinates and executes fire missions to accomplish supported commander?s objectives, includes Close Air Support (CAS) and supporting arms for surface elements, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) in support of Combined Forces Air Component Commander?s assets. Employs visual, electronic and marking equipment to direct aviation assets to target. Issues weapons release clearance. 2.3. Conducts infiltration, surface movement, and exfiltration functions with combat maneuver forces. Performs mounted and dismounted navigation. Operates in combat vehicles. Performs site selection. Performs small unit tactics. Engages enemy forces with individual weapons. Administers combat lifesaving assistance. Performs and supervises advanced physical conditioning programs. Performs and manages tactical air control party (TACP) operations. Provides Air Force assistance and expertise in planning and controlling combat air resources. Operates and supervises communications nets to support army ground maneuver units. 0 Directly assists, controls, enables, and executes operational air and space power functions in the forward battlespace independent of an established airbase or its perimeter defenses. May be employed alone or as part of an Air Force, joint, interagency or coalition force, to support Combatant Commanders objectives and may operate under the most austere conditions for extended periods. Performs and manages Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) and Air Support Operations Center (ASOC) operations. Member of Battlefield Airman career field grouping. 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.1. Performs tactical mission planning and preparation. Participates in Military Decision Making Process (MDMP). Briefs maneuver commanders and staff on capabilities and limitations of air and space power. Prepares personnel and equipment for military operations. 2.2. Recommends use of air and space power. Plans, requests, and controls close air support (CAS) missions as a Joint Ter-minal Attack Controller (JTAC). Coordinates and integrates joint fires to include fire support coordination and airspace con-trol measures. 2.3. Supervises and performs infiltration, surface movement, and exfiltration functions with combat maneuver forces. Per-forms mounted and dismounted navigation. Operates in combat vehicles. Performs site selection. Performs small unit tac-tics. Administers combat lifesaving assistance. Operates and maintains ASOC and TACP vehicles, radios, computers, and field and support equipment. Performs and supervises rigorous physical conditioning programs. 2.4. Establishes and operates communications and computer networks. Manages and operates voice, digital, and video ASOC and TACP targeting equipment. Processes and requests air and space resources to support ground maneuver units. RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 1C431 Command and Control Center Specialists (ONET 55-3015.00) VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 5 of 7
  6. 6. Command and Control Specialist (DOT 235.662-010) OCCUPATION: 9T000, Basic Enlisted Airman - PRIMARY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: MAR 2011 - MAY 2011 (2 Months) DUTY OCCUPATION: AIR FORCE, ACTIVE: MAR 2011 - MAY 2011 (2 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE FILE FOR: 9T000 (Description dates OCT 2000 - APR 2016) Reporting Identifiers (RI) identify authorizations and individual enlisted airmen who, for any reason, are not identifiable in the classification structure and for whom specialty descriptions are not written. Use this identifier to report the primary, control, and duty AFSCs of an enlisted airman who has not been awarded an AFS and to report the duty of an enlisted airman attending basic training. Reporting Identifiers (RI) identify authorizations and individual enlisted airmen who, for any reason, are not identifiable in the classification structure and for whom specialty descriptions are not written. ** Note: Experience history data not available prior to FY 75 ** ** Note: Description, Length, or Credit Recommendation will not be displayed for a course if that information is not available. MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2014 - SEP 2015 ARMY COURSE: ACQ101, FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS ACQUISITION MGMT LENGTH: 4 Days. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates SEP 2006 - APR 2016) COURSE DESCRIPTION (ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: ACQ101) _____________________________ TRAINING HISTORY: COURSES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED _____________________________ _____________________________ VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 6 of 7
  7. 7. MILITARY TRAINING:OCT 2012 - SEP 2013 ARMY COURSE: J3TAUS022, SERE 100.1 LEVEL A CODE OF CONDUCT TRAINING LENGTH: 1 Day. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates MAR 2007 - APR 2016) COURSE DESCRIPTION (ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: J3TAUS022) MILITARY TRAINING:JUN 2011 AIR FORCE COURSE: L3AQR1C431 0T0A, Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Preparatory Course LENGTH: 1 Week. COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE: (Description dates OCT 2009 - MAR 2013) This course provodes for training and a process/mechanism for follow on training for the TACP (1C4X1). Course includes physical training, AFSC history, career field duties, mission and TACP communications and equipment. This is a prerequisite course for the TACP Apprentice Course (L3ABR1C431 0T0A) (AIR FORCE TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: L3AQR1C431 0T0A) MILITARY TRAINING:JAN 2012 AIR FORCE COURSE: L3ABR2S031 01SD ** Note: Limited training history is available prior to FY 84 (ARMY); FY 78 (NAVY); FY 70 (AIR FORCE); FY 67 (MARINE CORPS) _____________________________ _____________________________ INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSES: END OF AUTOMATED MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY DATA ** Note: This history includes only the centrally automated experience and training information that the services maintained on your military record ** LEGEND CODE: DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the Department of Labor OES: Occupational Employment Statistics published by the Office of Personnel Management ONET: Occupational Information Network DD FORM 2586, JAN 2010 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Page 7 of 7

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