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Engineer Equipment NCO Operator Course (Cpl – SSgt)


What will be covered during the course?

  1. Manage Unit Training

  2. Licensing Program

  3. Records and Forms

  4. Production Estimations

  5. GCS-900, Grade Control System (GCS)

  6. LRT 110, Air Mobile Crane  (AMC)

  7. MAC-50, All Terrain  Crane (ATC)

  8. RT-240v2, Rough Terrain Container Handler (RTCH)

  9. Condition Inspections /Load test Procedures

  10. 621G, Scraper

Items to bring:

  1. *Steel Toe Boots (serviceable)

  2. Mechanic Gloves

  3. *Coveralls

  4. PT gear (green/green, running suit, and sweats)

  5. Service “A” uniform (reporting in)

  6. Service “B” or “C” uniform (seasonal)

  7. 2 sets of serviceable woodland MCCUU

  8. *Gortex top/bottom

  9. *Cold weather gear (seasonal - watch cap/gloves)

  10. Running shoes

  11. Combat Boots (serviceable)

  12. Seasonal appropriate proper civilian attire

  13. Reflective belt

  14. Note taking gear (highlighter, pen, paper, etc.)

  15. *90-day supply of any prescription medication

*Note: Recommended

DTS must be Approved prior to check in on TD 1.

Lodging: Marines must attempt to reserve lodging at the Candlewood Suites on Fort Leonard Wood prior to obtaining off base lodging.

This course is an advanced level course.  This course is demanding and requires students to have a basic understanding of engineer equipment capabilities and administrative procedures.

Marines should have a fundamental understanding of GCSS Marine Corps before attending the Course. It is recommended they have attended a Material Readiness Training Cell (MRTC) GSCC-MC course and have completed the following MarineNet courses:

  • M00MTH0000: Math for Marines (WEB)

  • GCSS11BC01: GCSS-MC Basics

  • MCIZ1328FZ: Engineer Equipment Chief (Recommended)

Marines must meet height and weight standards.

One rental car per unit per course (i.e. 1 for NCOM, 1 for NCOO) is recommended as Marines have to stay off base and need transportation to and from training areas. Chiefs, operators, and mechanics train in different areas of the base and schedules between courses often conflict.

All Marines attending the course will receive an email 1 week prior to check in with information regarding location of check-in and any other updated information regarding the course. Please ensure Marines have updated their information on MOL (email address) so they will receive this information.