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Assault Amphibian School

"Docendo Discimus - By Teaching, We Learn"

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California
Assault Amphibious Vehicle Repairer Basic (AAVRB )
Course Mission: The purpose of this course is to train AAV repairer/technician, under supervision, to perform basic operation and mechanical duties of the AAV FOV. To include but not limited to inspections, diagnosis, 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 AAVR7 and its unique equipment to conduct recovery operations and gunnery.
 
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
 
 
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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