Wheel Vehicle Technician Training Instruction/Repair Brake & Axle Systems
The Sustainment Training Center (STC) can train your ARNG Full-Time Maintenance Technicians & M-Day Traditional Soldiers in basic brake & axle system theory. STC has developed an 80 hour Training Package with the core fundamental teaching points focused towards basic Brake/Axle system theory. These methods of training will ensure that the student leaves the course with the knowledge to adequately identify problems and implement correct repairs. The maintenance training is not MOS producing, but is quality instruction that will provide your ARNG Maintenance Technician & M-Day Traditional Soldier with valuable skills in maintaining Light, Medium and Heavy Wheel Vehicle systems.
This course of instruction is on current brake and axle systems utilized on wheel vehicles. It contains instruction on air and hydraulic braking systems, axles, operation, adjustments and troubleshooting procedures on various Light, Medium and Heavy wheel vehicles utilizing various pieces of Test Measurement Diagnostic Test (TMDE) equipment. The students will receive instruction on the latest braking and axle systems and how to properly adjust, test and troubleshoot wheel vehicle braking systems and to correctly perform system diagnostic evaluations and solutions to properly maintain the current wheel fleet and to support readiness. Students receive training that develops a more in-depth understanding of current Braking and Axle systems and the ability to enhance the repairer’s basic knowledge and skills on these systems.
Must be an ARNG Full Time Maintenance Technician working in a State Maintenance Equipment Site in direct support of Military Wheel Vehicle Maintenance operations or M-Day Soldier MOS Qualified in 91B.
Mr. Mark Rushing is the POC for enrollment at 515-727-3579, DSN 431-3579. Mr. Chris Cook is the POC for technical course information at 515-727-3503, DSN 431-3503. See the Tri-Fold Wheel Brake/Axle brochure for detailed information on this course.
26 Aug 2019