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Sample NCOER Duty Descriptions

CMF 19 - Armor



19K Armor Crewman

Echelon: Line Company/Armor Battalion

Principle Duty Title: M1A1 Tank Gunner

Duty MOSC: 19K2O

Duty Description: Responsible for identifying, reporting, and engaging targets in combat; maintains the weapon systems on a $2.5 million dollar M1A1 battle tank, along with the accountability of all additional equipment; trains subordinates in all tactical phases; assumes position of tank commander in his absence.


Echelon: Line Company/Armor Battalion

Principle Duty Title: Tank Commander

Duty MOSC: 19K3O

Duty Description: Tank Commander in an armor platoon in a Cavalry Division rapid deployment force; responsible for the training, morale, welfare, and safety of three soldiers; maintains the operational readiness and maintenance of one M1A2 Abrams tank worth in excess of $4,000,000.


Echelon: Line Company/Infantry Battalion (OPFOR)

Principle Duty Title: Tank Commander

Duty MOSC: 19K3O

Duty Description: Tank Section Sergeant, equivalent to a Platoon Sergeant, in an Opposing Force Battalion which provides opposition forces for all units in theater; responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, and training of 11 soldiers; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of five M60A3 Main Battle Tanks and their associated equipment valued in excess of $7,750,000; assists in the training of the Threat Tank Platoon to expand its War Fighting proficiency under field conditions.


Echelon: Battalion, Headquarters and Headquarters Company

Principle Duty Title: Master Gunner

Duty MOSC: 19K3A8

Duty Description: Master Gunner for a forward deployed tank company based in USAREUR; responsible for the planning and training of all gunnery related tasks for 68 Soldiers and 15 tanks; serves as the company commander's technical advisor on both gunnery related subjects and maintenance of tank turrets; maintains all gunnery related data that pertains to the M1A1 fire control system; additionally responsible for 5 Soldiers and 2 vehicles as the NCOIC of the company headquarters section.


Echelon: Line Company/Infantry Battalion (OPFOR)

Principle Duty Title: Platoon Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 19K4O

Duty Description: Platoon Sergeant in an infantry battalion which provides OPFOR for all units in theater with further duties equal to that of a First Sergeant; responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, and training of 12 NCOs and 25 Soldiers; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of 12 M60A3 tanks and their ancillary equipment valued in excess of $22,000,000; ensures the platoon maintains its warfighting proficiency as a threat tank platoon in simulated combat conditions; performs the duties of the First Sergeant in his absence.


Echelon: Infantry Company/Infantry Battalion/Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Principle Duty Title: Platoon Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 19K4O

Duty Description: Mobile Gun System Platoon Sergeant assigned to a Stryker Battalion Combat Team; responsible for the welfare, development, and training of 12 crew members; assist in the planning, preparation, and execution of all individual and collective training in preparation for rapid real world deployments; assist in the tactical employment of platoon's assigned weapons systems and personnel; enforces quality control over the maintenance and accountability of assigned vehicles, weapons, and equipment valued at 8 million dollars.


Echelon: Armor Company

Principle Duty Title: First Sergeant

Duty MOSC: 19K5M

Duty Description: Serves as a First Sergeant of an Armor Company in a Heavy Brigade Combat Team; responsible for the health, welfare, and professional development of 96 officers and enlisted Soldiers in preparation for combat operations; serves as the primary advisor to the Commander on all enlisted issues and makes critical decisions in his absence; plans, coordinates, and supervises activities pertaining to critical organizational training, combat operations, and combat intelligence; edits and prepares tactical operations plans and orders; coordinates and sustains MWR activities for Soldiers; responsible for a company with over $21 million of property and 2 barracks buildings.


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