Marines


Assault Amphibian School
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Assault Amphibious Vehicle Repairer Basic Course

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Course Mission: The purpose of this course is to develop basically trained Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) repairer/technicians (2141 MOS), under supervision, to perform basic operation and mechanical duties of the AAV / Family of Vehicles (FOV). To include but not limited to visual inspections, basic diagnosis/troubleshooting, maintenance, recovery, and the repair of; suspension, hydraulic, electrical, power plant, transmission, engine and upgunned weapon system (UGWS).

Instructional areas shall focus specifically on: In order to perform field level corrective maintenance functions, the student will be required to maintain, repair, operate and service the AAV/FOV, organizational tools and equipment and the Upgunned Weapons Station. Additionally, the students will employ the Assault Amphibious Vehicle Recovery 7 (AAVR7) and its unique equipment to conduct recovery operations.

The 78 Training Day Course includes the following:

  • Academic 591.50
    • 39.00 Demonstration
    • 0.50 Field Trip
    • 91.00 Lecture
    • 248.00 Practical Application
    • 15.00 Simulation
    • 185.00 Performance Examination
    • 13.00 Written Examination
  • Administrative 31.50
    • 9.00 Administrative
    • 2.00 Critique
    • 4.00 Graduation
    • 16.50 Physical Training

Course Details:

  • Frequency = 4-5 classes per year
  • Max Capacity = 35 Marines per class

Reporting instructions: Students will report to:

COMMANDING OFFICER

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN SCHOOL

BUILDING 210568 BOX 555041

CAMP PENDLETON CA 92055-5041

DNCO Phone number is (760) 763-6082 http://www.trngcmd.marines.mil/Units/Assault-Amphibian-School/

Notes:

  • Government messing and billeting is available for all students.
  • No dependents or privately owned vehicles (POV) are authorized while in student status unless in a Lateral Move was approved in a re-enlistment.
  • Students will report into this command wearing the Service Alpha Uniform.
  • DNCO Phone number is (760) 763-6082.

Prerequisites:

  • Must possess an MM score of 105 or higher.
  • Must have a class WSB(+) swimmer qualification.
  • Must have vision correctable to 20/20.
  • Must meet Initial Strength Test standards associated with PEF assignments as listed in NAVMC_1200.1_ (pg. xiv) prior to shipping to recruit training.
  • Must meet MOS Classification Standards as listed in NAVMC_1200.1_ (pg. xiv) prior to graduating from recruit training.
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