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EO - Equipment Operator
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Operate a wide variety of heavy-duty, self-propelled construction equipment for such projects as building construction, roadway construction and repair, pier construction, grading and excavation.  Perform operator's  maintenance on this equipment to ensure safe and efficient operation.  Serve as a member of a crane crew to rig cable assemblies and change attachments for various lifting and pile driving operations.  Prepare operational reports on equipment.  Prepare detailed estimates on labor and equipment requirements.

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DSN: 581-0488  COM: (573) 596-0488  

Requirements

ASVAB (all series)  AR + MC + AS = 140
    Effective date 19 October 1999.  No waivers.
Normal Color Perception & Stereoscopic vision.
A valid state drivers license is required.
     A suspended drivers license does not qualify.

CIN: A-730-0010
TITLE: EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CLASS A
STATUS: A
STATUS DATE: 12/4/1974
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 2/4/2000
COURSE LENGTH: 43 Training days
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE:
A1 ENLISTED 'A' SCHOOL
SKILL AWARD:
 SCOPE:
To provide basic technical knowledge and practical skill in preparation for immediate usefulness as an Equipment Operator.  Operate and perform operator's maintenance on the following: Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement (MTVR) cargo and dump trucks, front-end loaders, graders, crawler tractors, backhoes, rough terrain forklifts, and identify basic grade work nomenclature.
PREREQUISITES:
OTHER=Require all prospective equipment operators to possess a valid state driver's license.

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.



RATE=CA or EO
 

          

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