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Lance Corporal Stevie R. Mehalic, 1st Radio Battalion practices unstowing and stowing the material handling crane on the AMK36 wrecker at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Vehicle Recovery Operator Course 3-12. This is one of the first events students learn in the course prior to becoming certified as a 3536 NMOS (Vehicle Recovery Operator).
Lance Corporal Micheal T. Morin, CLB-6 is being supervised by Sgt Derick J. Buckley while conducting practical application of lifting a towed load with a AMK36 wrecker prior to operating with a towed load at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Vehicle Recovery Operator Course 3-12. This is one of the first events that students learn in the course prior to becoming certified as a 3536 NMOS (Vehicle Recovery Operator).
Lance Corporal Micheal T. Morin, CLB-6 is conducting practical application of lifting a towed load with an AMK36 wrecker prior to operating with a towed load at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Vehicle Recovery Operator Course 3-12. This is one of the first events that students learn in the course prior to becoming certified as a 3536 NMOS (Vehicle Recovery Operator).
Lance Cpl Jake D. Funk, 1st Battalion 6th Marines practices unstowing and stowing the material handling crane on the AMK36 wrecker at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Vehicle Recovery Operator Course 3-12. This is one of the first events students learn in the course prior to becoming certified as a 3536 NMOS (Vehicle Recovery Operator).
SSgt Duane Melendez gets hands on with his students to instruct the new class of MVOC Charlie 15-13 students on Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services on the M1152 HMWWV during the MVOC training at Ft. Leonard Wood, March 5, 2013.
Sgt Purington instructing PFC Meade and PFC Metts on proper PMCS of a HMMWV (M1165) at the 58th Trans Motor Pool, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. during MVOC training.
Lance Corporal Melissa L. Mueller from MWSS 271 and Lance Corporal Ryan T. Mann from CLR-2 perform Coupling and Uncoupling practical application of an AMK31 and MK970 on November 15, 2012 at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Semi-Refueler Operators Course 1-13. This is one of the first events students learn in the course prior to learning and performing tractor trailer operations and refueling operations.
Lance Corporal Melissa L. Mueller from MWSS 271 and Lance Corporal Ryan T. Mann from CLR-2 perform Coupling and Uncoupling practical application of an AMK31 and MK970 on November 15, 2012 at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Semi-Refueler Operators Course 1-13. This is one of the first events students learn in the course prior to learning and performing tractor trailer operations and refueling operations.
Lance Corporal Melissa L. Mueller from MWSS 271 and Lance Corporal Ryan T. Mann from CLR-2 perform Coupling and Uncoupling practical application of an AMK31 and MK970 on November 15, 2012 at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO while attending Semi-Refueler Operators Course 1-13. This is one of the first events students learn in the course prior to learning and performing tractor trailer operations and refueling operations.
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Scope:
The scope of this course is to provide entry level Marines the core specialty skills and technical ability to perform the duties of a basic motor transport equipment operator of light, medium, and heavy wheeled vehicles under varying garrison and field conditions. This course also includes a driver testing and licensing program that results in the issuance of U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operators Identification Card (OF 346) authorizing the operation of vehicles up to 27 tons.

Prerequisites:
In accordance with MCO 1200.17_ and TM 11240-15/3_; Private through Sergeant MOS 3500, minimum MM85 score, must possess a valid state driver's license, a satisfactory driving record verified by a Motor Vehicle Records Check, Drivers Improvement Program (DIP) if under the age of 26, pass an audiogram hearing test, normal vision to include color, acuity, field of vision and depth perception, minimum height of 59 inches, and a maximum height of 75 inches.

Class Capacity:
The minimum class capacity is 40. The maximum capacity is 70.

Reporting Instructions:

Students attending the Motor Vehicle Operators Course (MVOC) will report to the Company Commander, Motor Transport Instruction Company, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, building 1789, Michigan Ave.  Contact number during normal working hours are commercial (573) 596-0131 ext 6-8636, DSN 581-8636 or (573) 596-5729.

After normal working hours contact Command Duty Officer (CDO) at commercial (573) 337-9628 or (573) 596-0342 and report to building 1772 Michigan Ave.

Special Instructions:
By order of the CG, Ft. Leonard Wood, POVs are not authorized for Lance Corporal and below. Reservists will report with a complete uniform allowance (includes SMCR’s and incremental IADT personnel). Government messing and billeting are available for basic MVOC students only and not VRC or SROC students. No dependents or POVs authorized at this temporary duty station.

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Scope:
This course provides Marine Corps students the core specialty skills and technical ability to perform the duties as a semitrailer refueler. This course imparts the technical knowledge and develops the basic functional skills that will enable the graduate to effectively function as a semitrailer refueler. The course of instruction includes identification of vehicle components, preventive maintenance checks and services, trouble shooting, and fueling operations applicable to the MK31 tractor and MK970 semitrailer refueler. This course also includes fuel characteristics, fuel sampling procedures, fueling and defueling operations of fixed and rotary wing aircraft. 

Prerequisites:

 

In accordance with MCO 1200.17_ and the TM11240/3_: Private First Class-Sergeant, MOS of 3531, possess a valid state driver’s license, a valid Government Motor Vehicle Operators Identification Card (OF-346), completion of Drivers Improvement Program (DIP) if under the age of 26 or a CMC approved Drivers Safety Course, a valid 720 medical examination card, a valid medical examination card for Motor Vehicle Operations (OPNAV 8020/6), air brake endorsement on their Government Vehicle Operator's Identification Card (OF-346).

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.

NMOS Received:
3534 (NMOS is skill designator only)

Special Instructions:
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 disbursing.

*** Marines MUST utilize Defense Travel System (DTS) for lodging PRIOR to reporting and select the Government Lodging/privatized 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 statement and number on the pre-audit page.  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.

***THE FLC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE STUDENTS BILLETING TO THE TRAINING AREA. IT IS THE STUDENT'S UNIT REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE THEIR STUDENT WITH THE CAPABILITY TO PROCURE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE TRAINING AREA.

 

 

Class Capacity:
The minimum class capacity is 14. The maximum capacity is 16.

Reporting Instructions:
Students attending the Semitrailer Refueler Operators Course (SROC) will report to the Company Commander, Motor Transport Instruction Company, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, building 1789, Michigan Ave.  Contact number during normal working hours are commercial (573) 596-0131 ext 6-8636, DSN 581-8636 or (573) 596-5729.

After normal working hours contact Command Duty Officer (CDO) at commercial (573) 337-9628 or (573) 596-0342 and report to building 1772 Michigan Ave.

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Scope

This course provides qualified motor transport operators the core specialty skills and technical ability to perform the duties as a motor transport vehicle recovery operator using medium and heavy tactical wreckers under varying garrison/field conditions.

This course imparts the technical knowledge and develops the basic functional skills that enables the graduate to effectively function as a basic vehicle recovery operator. Instruction is concentrated toward vehicle recovery, flat tow, lift towing, oxyacetylene cutting, crane operations, basic issue items, operator/crew preventive maintenance checks and services, and emergency procedures on both medium and heavy tactical wreckers. The student will not only become proficient in the T&R tasks required to possess the NMOS, but will also meet the platform licensing requirements for each variant trained at the FLC.

Prerequisites:

In accordance with NAVMC 1200.1B and the TM 11240-15/3_; the prerequisites for this course are, Primary MOS of 3531 or 3537, Private through Staff Sergeant, possess a valid state driver's license, a U.S. Government vehicle operators identification card (OF 346) qualified to operate the MTVR 7 ton, MKR18, a valid medical examination card for Motor Vehicle Operations (OPNAV 8020/6 REVFEB 2015), air brake endorsement, and must have completed the Drivers Improvement Program (DIP) or CMC approved Driver Safety Course if under the age of 26.

 

NMOS Received:

3536 (NMOS is a skill designator only)

Special Instructions:
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 disbursing.

*** Marines MUST utilize Defense Travel System (DTS) for lodging PRIOR to reporting and select the Government Lodging/privitized 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 statement and number on the pre-audit page.  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 VRC COURSE WILL BE STAYING IN LODGING EITHER ON OR OFF POST AND REQUIRE FULL LODGING AND MEAL RATE. LODGING RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE IN DTS FOR GOVERNMENT OR COMMERICAL LODGING PRIOR TO REPORTING. BARRACKS QUARTERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR VRC STUDENTS.

***THE FLC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE STUDENTS BILLETING TO THE TRAINING AREA. IT IS THE STUDENT'S UNIT REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE THEIR STUDENT WITH THE CAPABILITY TO PROCURE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE TRAINING AREA.

Class Capacity:

The minimum class capacity is 31.  The maximum capacity is 35.

Reporting Instructions:

Students attending Vehicle Recovery Course (VRC) will report to Company Commander, Motor Transport Instruction Company, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Building 1789 Michigan Ave. Contact numbers during normal working hours are commercial (573) 596-0131 ext 6-8636, DSN 581-8636 or (573) 596-5729.

After normal working hours contact the Command Duty Officer (CDO) at commercial (573) 337-9628 (573) 596-0342 and report to building 1772 Michigan Ave. 

 

Dialing Prefix: (573) 596-0131 
(Must dial this number first and then use extension below)
DSN Prefix:  581-xxxx)

Company Office:                    x6-8636

Licensing Office:                    x6-2282

Academics Office:                  x6-5659

VRC/SROC Office:                 x6-8628

Command Duty Officer:          x6-0342 or (573) 337-9628