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Conduct location surveys for roads, airfields, pipelines, ditches, buildings, drainage structures and waterfronts construction.  Prepare hydrographic, topographic and triangulation drawings and maps.  Compute the volume of bulk materials (concrete, bituminous mixtures and earthwork) from drawings and specifications.  Lay out all types of construction work.  Operate and maintain various types of precision surveying and laboratory test instruments and equipment.  Prepare architectural, mechanical, electrical and topographic drawings and sketches.  Design grading and drainage systems.  Conduct quality control inspections for all types of construction projects.  Prepare equipment, manpower and material estimates from drawings and specifications.  Prepare network analyses, charts and graphs.

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DSN: 581-0488  COM: (573) 596-0488 

Requirements:

ASVAB (all series)   AR + 2 * MK + GS = 210
    Effective date of 19 October 1999.  No waivers.
1/2 Year High School Trigonometry or
     1 Quarter of College Trigonometry with min grade 'C' 
     No waivers. 

CIN: A-412-0010
TITLE: ENGINEERING AID CLASS A
STATUS: A
STATUS DATE: 5/1/1975
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 2/4/2000
COURSE LENGTH: 71 Training days
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE: A1 ENLISTED 'A' SCHOOL
SKILL AWARD:
SCOPE:

Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated survey instruments for military construction to include:  project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, road construction, and building/utilities layout surveys.  Conventional and Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) to include:  applied engineering graphics, architectural, and structural.  Use of soils, and concrete test sets for obtaining information on materials used for site evaluation, design, construction, and quality control of military construction.
 

PREREQUISITES:
ASVAB (all series) AR + 2 * MK + GS = 210
Effective date of 19 October 1999.  No waivers.
OTHER=Candidates should be volunteers for Occupational Field 13 and must have credit in a trigonometry course.  Vision correctible to 20/20 is required.  Technical or surveying experience training or aptitude desirable.

Students reporting for instruction must meet the Physical Readiness Program standards IAW OPNAVINST 6110.1 series (body fat). Students failing to meet this requirement will be dropped from the course.


PAYGRADE=E1 and
RATE=CA or
RATE=EA

SECURITY CLEARANCE=NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED

 

          

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