OCC Field 35Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Clemente Garcia. Released for public use.

MOS OCC Field 35: Motor Transport

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3521 Automotive Maintenance Technician
Service, inspects, and maintains motor transport equipment.
Camp Johnson, NC    
3524 Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician
(Ranks: Sgt to LCpl) The Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician provides field/ intermediate level maintenance of fuel, electrical, air induction, and tactical vehicle personnel heater components.
Not Listed    
3526 Crash/Fire/Rescue Vehicle Technician
(Ranks: GySgt to LCpl) Crash/Fire/Rescue Vehicle Technicians inspect, service, maintain, and repair crash/fire/rescue vehicles.
Not Listed    
3529 Motor Transport Maintenance Chief
(Ranks: MGySgt to SSgt) The Motor Transport Maintenance Chief (MTMC) supervises the maintenance, repair and inspection of motor transport equipment, directs the activities of assigned enlisted personnel in a motor transport maintenance repair shop or facility. The MTMC assists with all duties and responsibilities under the cognizance of the Motor Transport Maintenance Officer.
Not Listed    
3531 Motor Vehicle Operator
Motor vehicle operators complete motor transportation school to learn how to drive a variety of Marine Corps vehicles.
Fort Leonard Wood, MO FB Group  
3534 Semitrailer Refueler Operator
(Ranks: Sgt to PFC) A Semitrailer Refueler Operator operates the MK31 Tactical Tractors and MK970 Semitrailer Refueler in support of ground and aviation equipment during both combat and garrison operations. In addition the Semitrailer Refueler Operator performs crew/operator level maintenance on the associated vehicles and equipment and, to rated capacity, for which licensed to operate.
Not Listed    
3536 Vehicle Recovery Operator
(Ranks: SSgt to Pvt) A Vehicle Recovery Operator operates the MK36 and MKR15 Tactical Wheeled Wrecker to recover disabled and destroyed Tactical Wheeled Vehicles in support of combat and garrison operations. In addition, the Vehicle Recovery Operator performs crew/operator level maintenance and maintains all associated tools and equipment for vehicles and equipment, to rated capacity, of which licensed to operate.
Not Listed    
3537 Motor Transport Operations Chief
(Ranks: MGySgt to SSgt) A Motor Transport Operations Chief is responsible to the commander and assists in the planning, training, deployment and employment of all crew/operator level maintenance, planning and execution of motor transport operations, Automated Information Systems (AIS)directs the activities of all enlisted personnel in a motor pool, conducts motor vehicles accident/mishap investigations and prepares accident/mishap reports. The Motor Transport Operations Chief coordinates the preparation and assignment of personnel/equipment in accordance with the Table of Organization/Table of Equipment of their unit.
Not Listed    
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#OccField35 includes the following MOS:
3521 Automotive Maintenance Technician, MOS School:  Camp Johnson, NC
3524 Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician, MOS School:  N/A
3526 Crash/Fire/Rescue Vehicle Technician, MOS School:  N/A
3529 Motor Transport Maintenance Chief, MOS School:  N/A
3531 Motor Vehicle Operator, MOS School:  Fort Leonard Wood, MO
3534 Semitrailer Refueler Operator, MOS School:  N/A
3536 Vehicle Recovery Operator, MOS School:  N/A
3537 Motor Transport Operations Chief, MOS School:  N/A
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