The purpose of this course is to train qualified Marines (MOS 353x) to operate and maintain the MK series tactical tractor and the MK970 Semi-trailer refueler.
This course imparts the technical knowledge and develops the functional skills that will enable the graduate to operate the MK-31 tactical tractor and MK970 semi-trailer refueler. The course will include instruction on identification of system components, Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services, trouble shooting, and operating procedures applicable to the semi-trailer refueler. The course also includes instruction on characteristics of fuels, fuel sampling, and fueling and defueling of ground equipment and fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
PFC through Sergeant, must be qualified in the MOS 353x. Must possess a valid physical examination for motor vehicle operations (OPNAV 8020/6 medical card) and possess a U.S. Government Vehicle Operator’s Identification card OF-346 with a hazardous materials fuel endorsement.
Student attending the course are required to complete the Command's Screening checklist with a copy of original approved orders attached. Students who fail to meet course perquisites will be subject to dis-enrollment from the course.
3534 (MOS is skill designator only)
Students attending this course are required to have a government charge card prior to reporting. Students will not be able to receive cash advances through the Fort Leonard Wood dispersing.
*** Marines MUST utilize Defense Travel System (DTS) for lodging PRIOR to reporting and select the Government Lodging Tab first. Once the dates are entered into DTS it will either allow you to continue to reserve government lodging or will provide a non-availability number. If government lodging is not available and a non-availability number is generated the Preferred Commercial Lodging tab in DTS must be selected and a hotel selected from the list IAW Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) policy dated 1 Sept 2015 (http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/rssDetail.cfm?id=276)
NOTE: STUDENTS ATTENDING THE SROC COURSE WILL BE STAYING IN LODGING EITHER ON OR OFF POST AND REQUIRE THE FULL LODGING AND MEAL RATE. LODGING MUST BE RESERVED IN DTS PRIOR TO REPORTING. BARRACKS QUARTERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR SROC STUDENTS.
Students report to the Company Commander, Motor Transport Instruction Company, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, building 1789, Michigan Ave. during normal working hours and building 1770 Michigan Ave. the Command Duty Officer (CDO) after normal working hours. Contact numbers here at the SROC Formal Learning Center during normal working hours are DSN 581-1561 or commercial (573) 596-0131 ext. 61561 and DSN 581-4177 or commercial (573) 596-4177 after normal working hours.
The minimum class capacity is 11. The maximum capacity is 15.