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A Combat Specialist provides physical security for chaplains assigned to Marine units on ground and on sea during field exercises and are trained to become instructors of Combat Training and Infantry.
Your responsibility will be to perform mechanical functions on Aircraft Maintenance, repairs and modifications of air and ground support equipment, maintenance repair on motor and body repair of truck operations and motor dispatch.
You will be responsible for installing and repairing Avionics, Communications,Electronics, and Training and Audiovisual Support.
As a part of the personnel department, you will be responsible for assisting in Airfield services, Finance and Accounting, Legal Services, the Exchange Program, and Administration.
Logistics and Supply
This field will allow you to manage and operate Ammunition and Explosive Ordinance Disposals,Logistics, Supply Operations, and Transportation.
Engineering and Technical
You will be responsible for duties such as operating Air Traffic Control, Flight Crew, Aviation Ordinance, maintain Date Operations, Intelligence, Nuclear and Chemical performances, and Utilities.