Using knowledge of electrical theory and concepts, Electricians install, operate, maintain, and repair underground, above ground, and overhead electrical power distribution systems. Additionally, electricians operate and perform organizational level maintenance on electrical power generation equipment, load banks, and floodlight sets. When on Humanitarian Assistance and Civil Military Operations they install and repair interior wiring in buildings.

Using knowledge of electrical theory and concepts, and electronic fundamentals, equipment electrical systems technicians repair electric motors, electronic modules, motor control circuits, and electric power generation equipment. These technicians also troubleshoot digital/logic components/circuits and make organizational and intermediate level repairs on the electrical systems of engineer and general supply equipment.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning technicians must be certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to handle Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). They install, operate, and make organizational and intermediate level repairs on heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning systems, to include automotive, for all ground operations and equipment. These duties include installing refrigerating systems according to engineering specifications; recovery and recycling specified gases or fluids into systems; dismantling and testing malfunctioning systems using electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic testing equipment; and repairing systems by replacing or adjusting defective and worn parts. An apprenticeship program, leading to U.S. Department of Labor certification as a Journey Worker, is available to refrigeration and air conditioning technicians under the United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP).

Utilities chiefs are technical advisers to the commander at all levels of all elements of the various MAGTFs on the employment of utilities support. These staff noncommissioned officers analyze, translate, and execute commanders' operational requirements into a utilities support reality that enhances mission accomplishment.

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