OCC Field 11Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Gibson. Released for public use.

MOS OCC Field 11: Utilities

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1141 Electrician
Utilize a basic understanding of electrical pathways to repair and maintain various electrical systems around the Marine Corps. Electrical systems may be in buildings, on generators, or temporary lighting and heating installations for tents or other equipment while deployed.
Camp Lejeune, NC    
1142 Engineer Equipment Electrical Systems Technician
The Marine Corps has some unique equipment that is used for deployments and various duty assignments. This equipment is usually mobile, complicated, and full of different electrical panels that require the expertise of systems technicians to repair and maintain them for the success of the mission.
Camp Lejeune, NC    
1161 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician
These Marines are trained in the upkeep of mobile air conditioning and refrigeration units. This MOS requires a certification from the Environmental Protection Agency in the safe-handling of Hydrochlorofluorocarbons and Chloroflourocarbons, and there is an opportunity for these Marines to get out of the Marine Corps as certified journeymen air conditioning technicians.
Fort Lee, VA    
1169 Utilities Chief
(Ranks: MGySgt to GySgt) The Utilities Chief is responsible to the commander and assists in the planning, training, deployment and employment of all utilities capabilities. They supervise and coordinate the assignment of personnel and equipment in accordance with the Table of Organization and Equipment.
Not Listed    
1171 Water Support Technician
Affectionately called “water dogs,” this Marine MOS manages the upkeep and maintenance on various water systems, tanks, valves, and the pH level of water while deployed. If water systems are not functioning properly, have an improper pH level, or are not clean, then Marines could become ill or suffer from dehydration.
Camp Lejeune, NC    
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#OccField11 includes the following MOS:
1141 Electrician, MOS School:  Camp Lejeune, NC
1142 Engineer Equipment Electrical Systems Technician, MOS School:  Camp Lejeune, NC
1161 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician, MOS School:  Fort Lee, VA
1169 Utilities Chief, MOS School:  N/A
1171 Water Support Technician, MOS School:  Camp Lejeune, NC
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