The Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer (USMC) course is designed to provide instruction to entry level Marines and Lateral Movers with the MOS 2171 on the 1000 level events listed in the Training and Readiness Manual, NAVMC 3500.33_ . The initial phase of this course is trained alongside the Army, as a consolidated Inter-service Training Review Organization (ITRO) phase.
PURPOSE: To train enlisted personnel in electro-optical inspection and maintenance procedures for ground ordnance fire control equipment, night vision devices, small missiles systems, LASER's, shop procedures, maintenance administration and use of publications.
SCOPE: The course focuses on inspection and maintenance of the Electro-optical equipment used in tanks, howitzers, light armored vehicles, guided missile systems, LASER's, night vision equipment and survey instruments. Students are instructed in electrical theory, electronics, digital and analog circuits, series, parallel, and series/parallel circuits, AC/DC circuits, integrated circuits, schematic analysis, precision soldering, and test equipment diagnostic troubleshooting.
CDD NOTES: This POI represents an 80-training day schedule with an 8 hour training day. Annex X is for evaluations and Annex Z is for administrative events.
PHYSICAL TRAINING: (75 hours) The students are required to participate in the Physical Fitness Program while assigned to Bravo Company, Marine Detachment, Fort Lee Virginia in compliance with MCO 6100.13
The fitness program addresses upper & lower body conditioning, and cardio-vascular endurance necessary for physical fitness, also sustainment training of the martial arts program is incorporated. All students are required to successfully pass one PFT or CFT while in student status. Physical training is scheduled students are required to successfully pass one PFT or CFT while in student status. Physical training is scheduled into the training schedule.
The instructional design for this course is Whole-Part-Whole.
LENGTH (PEACETIME): 99 Training Days