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UNITED STATES ARMY
QUARTERMASTER CORPS
PROPONENT BRIEFING FOR DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
FY11 MASTER SERGEANT SELECTION BOARD
26 Oct – 18 Nov 10
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CMF 92 CAREER PATTERN
00Z/PMOS
CSM
92M 92R 92S 92Z 92G 92F
SGM SGM SGM SGM SGM SGM
92M5O 92R5O 92S5O 92A5O 92Y5O 92G5O 92F5O
MSG MSG MSG MSG MSG MSG MSG
92M4O 92R4O 92S4O 92A4O 92Y4O 92G4O 92F4O 92L4O 92W4O
SFC SFC SFC SFC SFC SFC SFC SFC SFC
92M3O 92R3O 92S3O 92A3O 92Y3O 92G3O 92F3O 92L3O 92W3O
SSG SSG SSG SSG SSG SSG SSG SSG SSG
92M2O 92R2O 92S2O 92A2O 92Y2O 92G2O 92F2O 92L2O 92W2O
SGT SGT SGT SGT SGT SGT SGT SGT SGT
92M1O 92R1O 92S1O 92A1O 92Y1O 92G1O 92F1O 92L1O 92W1O
PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC PVT - SPC
Mortuary Affairs Parachute Shower/Laundry Automated Unit Supply Food Services Petroleum Supply Petroleum Water
Specialist Rigger & Clothing Logistical Specialist Specialist Specialist Laboratory Treatment
Repair Specialist Specialist Specialist Specialist
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CMF 92
The Quartermaster Corps – Logistics Warriors providing focused logistics support to sustain
America’s Army in victory today and into the 21st Century.
Responsible For:
Supply Support - Major end items, repair parts, rations, water, petroleum, individual and
organizational clothing and equipment, personal demand items, administrative supplies,
unclassified maps distribution, tactical field exchange, reclamation, salvage, property disposal,
fortification and barrier material, and material to support military and non-military programs.
Field Services - Shower, laundry, clothing repair, field feeding, tactical field exchange, and
mortuary affairs.
Aerial Delivery Support - Parachute packing, air item maintenance, aerial delivery, rigging and
sling loading.
Materiel and Distribution Management – Material and distribution based logistics
management.
Combat Developments - Systems, concepts, force structure, and material developments.
Doctrine Training, and Professional Development of - Active Army, Reserve Component and
Civilian personnel; other Services, and Allies in Quartermaster proponent and common skills
areas.
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“SUPPORTING VICTORY”
92A 92F 92G
AUTOMATED PETROLEUM FOOD
LOGISTICS SUPPLY SERVICE
92L 92M
PETROLEUM MORTUARY
LABORATORY AFFAIRS
92R 92S
PARACHUTE SHOWER
RIGGER /LAUNDRY &
CLOTHING REP
92W 92Y
WATER UNIT SUPPLY
TREATMENT
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OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS ASSIGNMENTS
Quartermaster Soldiers are serving in various positions
throughout Iraq, Afghanistan and other operational areas
providing vital support in Overseas Contingency Operations.
While job titles remain standardized, there are many Soldiers
serving in positions that are not standard for their MOS. The
following are some common job titles which are being used:
• Forward Operating Base (FOB)/ Combat Operating Post (COP) NCO
• Force Protection NCO
• Combat Patrol NCO
• Detainee NCO
• Transition Team NCO
• Operations NCO
• Contracting Officer Representative
• Joint Operations Command/Joint Logistics Command NCO
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SPECIAL MISSION UNITS
Special Mission Units represent a group of operations and support
personnel from designated organizations which are task-organized to
perform highly classified activities.
QM Soldiers/NCOs in MOS 92A, 92F, 92G, 92R, 92S, 92W, & 92Y perform
duties as Operations NCOs, Logistical Specialists, Fuel Operations,
Food Service Operations, Aerial Delivery Operations, Field Services,
Safety Operations, S4 Operations, and Supply Operations.
• Delta Force
• Special Forces Command
• Ranger Battalion
• Special Operations Unit
• United States Army Special Operations Command
• Joint Services
• Navy Seal Team 6
• Air Force Human Intelligence
• Asymmetric Warfare Group
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NON-TRADITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
• FIRST SERGEANT Leadership (1SG)
• PLATOON SERGEANT Leadership (PSG)
• PROVINCIAL RECONSTRUCTION TEAMS (PARTS) Combat Operations
• THEATER OPERATIONS Combat Theater Operations
• TRANSITION TEAMS Combat Operations
• DRILL SERGEANT Leadership (Training BCT & IET)
• RECRUITER/STATION COMMANDER Acquisition (Recruiting Soldiers)
• AIT PLATOON SERGEANT/ SQUAD LEADER Drill Sergeant (IET)
• EQUAL OPPORTUNITY REPRESENTATIVES Leadership
• TRAINING DEVELOPER/INSTRUCTOR/WRITER Institutional (Training)
• SMALL GROUP LEADER Leadership (SL/PSG)
• WARRIOR TRANSITION CADRE Leadership (SL/PSG)
• OBSERVER CONTROLLER – PROJECT WARRIOR Operational (Pre-Deploy Training)
NOTCH, CTC, JET
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AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST
92A
Major duties 92A40: The Automated Logistical NCO major duties include, conducting inspections a providing
technical assistance to storage activities; perform liaison and staff duties in a supply and maintenance activity or
in a command and staff logistics activity; analyze operations statistical data and reports to ascertain functional
trends, conformance to standards and directives; review material receipt and offline document processing
procedures; responsible for accountability and the safe storage of subsistence items for division size elements
and larger. Some key duties for 92A40 Soldiers serving in the Operational Force include: Detachment Sergeant,
Platoon Sergeant, Operations Logistics NCO, Material Control Accounting NCO, Material Management NCO.
Stock Control Supervisor, 92A40 key duties in the Generating Force include: Detachment Sergeant,
Instructor/Writer, Recruiter, Drill Sergeant, Inspector General and Equal Opportunity Advisor.
Major duties 92A50: Major duties include, supervision of organizations performing supply and related service
operations; supervises open and covered storage, receiving, classification, issue materials handling; supervises
management of materiel support functions. Some key duties for 92A50 Soldiers serving in the Operational Force
include: First Sergeant, Materiel Management NCO, Logistics Service NCO; 92A50 key duties in the Generating
Force include: Detachment Sergeant, Instructor/Writer, Equal Opportunity Advisor, Recruiter and Drill Sergeant.
ASIs
2B AIR ASSAULT 2S BATTLE STAFF OPERATIONS 5W JUMPMASTER
G2 STANDARD ARMY RETAILSUPPLY SYSTEM – 2AC/2B N8 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AUTOMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE
SQIs
(2) Training Development (G) Ranger (Q) Equal Opportunity Advisor
(4) Non Career Recruiter (L) Linguist (S) Special Operations Support Personnel
(8) Instructor (M) First Sergeant (V) Ranger Parachutist
(B) Inspector General NCO (P) Parachutist (X) Drill Sergeant
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DEMANDING ASSIGNMENTS
Agenda
92A
PROPONENT DEMANDING
ASSIGNMENTS:
• SPECIAL MISSION UNITS / SPECIAL
OPERATIONS UNIT
• RANGER REGIMENT
• CAREER MANAGER/ PROPONENT NCO
• REAR DETACHMENT NCO
• MATERIAL MANAGEMENT NCO
• SUBSISTENCE NCO/SUPERVISOR
• CSSAMO/STAMIS NCO
ASI G2, 2B, 2S, 5W, 8P, N8
• STOCK CONTROL NCO/SUPERVISOR SQI 2,4,8,B,G,L,M,P,Q,S,V,X
INST 21 OF 161 (13%)
• WAREHOUSE NCOIC Drill SGT 4 OF 41 (10%)
• ARMY MATERIAL COMMAND (AMC), DEFENSE Source: UAD 201008TAADS 201007CROSSWALK
LOGISTICS AGENCY(DLA) *92A48 divided by Total CMF92 Positions= %of 92A Instructors
• OPERATIONS NCO (BDE/BN LEVEL)
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EDUCATIONAL PROFILE
Agenda
92A
MILITARY EDUCATION CIVILIAN EDUCATION
• Enrollment in civilian education demonstrates
• NCOES:
individual discipline and initiative.
WLC
ALC
• College remains an enhancement but is not a
SLC
substitute for tough assignments with strong
performance. NCOs serving in continuous challenging
• FUNCTIONAL COURSES:
assignments have had little time to attain college
Battle Staff Course
credit; as seen by our continuous support in various
Support Operations Course
deployments.
First Sergeant Course
• MOS ENHANCING COURSES:
Standard Army Retail Supply System 2A/2C/2B
(ASI-G2)
Contracting Course
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UNIQUE MOS CHARACTERISTICS
Agenda
92A
SPECIAL DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
ASIs
• 2B Air Assault: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
• 2S Battle Staff Operation: Soldiers trained to serve as a Battle Staff NCO and manage the day-to-day operations of corps, division, regiment,
group, brigade, battalion, and squadron command posts.
• 5W Jumpmaster: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
• G2 Standard Army Retail Supply System: Identifies positions requiring Soldiers qualified as operators or managers qualified in supply
operations using SARSS 2AD/2AC/2B hardware and software at the division, Corps, Echelons above Corps (EAC), and installation level of supply.
•N8 Combat Service Support Automation Management Office: Identifies positions requiring operators or managers within the CSSAMO Section
who has successfully completed the CSSAMO course at Fort Lee, Virginia.
SQIs
• 2 Training Development: Identifies Soldiers requiring positions associated with the design, development, testing, management, standardization,
and evaluation of instructional systems, using the HQDA approved system Approach to Training method.
• 4 Non-Career Recruiter: Identifies positions and Active Component Soldiers associated with recruiting duty other than career recruiters.
• 8 Instructor: Identifies positions that require Soldiers qualified to be fulltime formal instructors in a military subject at any Army service school or
other organized training activity.
• B Inspector General NCO: Identifies positions in grades SFC and above in IG offices requiring Soldiers qualified as inspection NCOs,
asst/investigation NCOs, or IG NCOs.
• G Ranger: Identifies positions requiring assignment of Soldiers who are Ranger qualified.
• L Linguist: Identifies positions in TAADS that require proficiency in a designated foreign language. In position classification, this character will be
used in conjunction with any MOS requiring language proficiency.
• M First Sergeant: Identifies principal NCO (First Sergeant) positions in company, battery, troop, or similar sized unit.
• P Parachutist: Identifies positions that require assignment of qualified parachutists.
• Q Equal Opportunity Advisor: Identifies positions in TDA &/or Augmentation TDA in any MOS requiring assignment of Soldiers educated at
Defense EO Management Institute (DEOMI), & Soldiers in any MOS who are graduates & qualified to occupy positions.
• S Special Operations Support Personnel: Identifies selected positions for special operations support personnel.
• V Ranger Parachutist: There are no positions identified with SQI.
• X Drill Sergeant: Identifies drill sergeant positions requiring the assignment of NCOs.
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SPECIAL MOS CONSIDERATIONS
92A
• 92A Soldiers in MOS are required to perform a broad spectrum of challenging duties
such as Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO) / Standard
Army Management Information System (STAMIS) NCO, Warehouse NCOIC and Stock
Control NCO/Supervisor that have significant responsibility sometimes exceeding that
of a Platoon Sergeant.
• Leadership positions are generally found in the Forward Support Companies (FSC), and
Distribution Companies (DC) within Sustainment Brigades.
• All Quartermaster MOSs are open to male and female Soldiers; however, Direct
Combat Position Code (DCPC) coding of positions precludes assignment of females to
certain combat arms units.
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SPECIAL MOS CONSIDERATIONS (CON’T)
92A
Civilian Specialty Certifications available to this MOS are:
• Certified Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
• Certified Professional Logistician (CPL)
• Certified Public Purchasing Buyer (CPPB)
• Certified Professional Purchasing Manager (CPPM)
• Certified Purchasing Professional (CPP)
• Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL)
• Accredited Purchasing Practitioner (APP)
• Certified Purchasing Manager
• Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM)
• Certified Associate in Materials Handling (CAMH)
• Professionals Certified in Materials Handling (PCMH)
• Certified Associate Contracts Manager (CACM)
• Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM)
• Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM)
• Demonstrated Logistics Certification (DL, DSL, DML)
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QUARTERMASTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST (MOS 92A)
YEARS
0 10 20
Rank SGT SSG SFC MSG SGM
Professional
Military WLC ALC SLC 1SG/USASMA CRS
Education
All SL 1 Courses Plus: All SL1-2 Courses Plus: All SL1-3 Courses: ASIs/SQIs Common to All MOSs Merges with 92Y at SGM to
Airborne Course Battle Staff Course become 92Z
Additional Air Assault Course Support Operations Course
Training Ranger School
DEVELOPMENTAL & UTILIZATION ASSIGNMENTS
SL2 SL3 SL4 SL5 SL5
Equip Rec/Parts NCO Mat Supply NCO Detachment Sergeant First Sergeant Merges with 92Y at SGM to
Mat Con/Acct NCO Mat Management Supv Platoon Sergeant Operations NCO become 92Z
Mat Management NCO Mat Con/Acct Supv Operations/Logistics NCO Plans NCO
Typical
Mat Store/Hdlg NCO Mat Management NCO Mat Control Supv Mat Management NCO
Assignments
Packing/Crating NCO Subsistence NCO Mat Management NCO Logistics Service NCO
Ration Dist NCO Supply Acct Supv Subsistence Supv Equal Opportunity Advisor
Supply Acct NCO Stock Control NCO Equal Opportunity Advisor Chief, Instructor/Writer
Subsistence Sup Supv Drill Sergeant Inspector General NCO Observer/Controller
Recruiter Recruiter Drill Sergeant Support Operations NCO
Drill Sergeant Instructor/Writer Instructor/Writer Personnel Proponent NCO/
Small Group Leader Small Group Leader Sr. Career Manager
Career Advisor (HRC)
Begin AA/AASS CSA Complete AA/AAS Begin BS/BA Complete BS/BA
Reading List 2 CSA Reading List 3 CSA Reading List 3 CSA Reading List 4
Self GED/BSEP Go Army Ed Army e-Learning Army e-Learning
Development DANTES/CLEP ACES ALMC Courses ALMC Courses
College Prep Dev Counseling Dev Counseling Dev Counseling
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PETROLEUM SUPPLY SPECIALIST
92F
Major duties 92F40: The Petroleum Supply NCO major duties include: spot checking work quality; assuring
adherence to safety procedures; supervises refueling and defueling operations; directs reclamation and
disposition for petroleum products and assigns duties to junior Petroleum Supply Specialists; supervises the
Quality Assurance and Quality Surveillance representatives. Plans and organizes petroleum laboratory activities
and supervises within the Class III arena. Supervises quality surveillance programs ensuring adherence with
environmental standards; assist in the purchasing of petroleum and water products and supplies. Establishes
procedures for water and petroleum products inventory management. Initiates and supervises environmental
protection activities and contingency plans. Some key duties for 92F40 Soldiers serving in the Operational Force
include: First Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Detachment Sergeant, Operations NCO, Support Operations NCO and
Petroleum/Water Supply NCOIC. Key duties in the Generating Force include: First Sergeant, Detachment
Sergeants, Operations NCO, Instructor/Writer, Recruiter, and Drill Sergeant, Career Management NCO.
Major duties 92F50: Performs duties as petroleum quality assurance representative. Assists command and staff
officers in appraisals of petroleum and water operations. Assists in coordination and implementation of
operations, training programs, administrative matters, and communication activities. Some key duties for 92F50
Soldiers serving in the Operational Force include: First Sergeant, Operations NCO, Support Operations NCO and
Petroleum/Water Supply NCOIC. Key duties in the Generating Force include: First Sergeant, Operations NCO,
Instructor/Writer, Recruiter, and Drill Sergeant, Career Management NCO.
ASIs
2B AIR ASSAULT 2S BATTLE STAFF OPERATIONS H7 PETROLEUM VEHICLE OPERATOR 5W JUMPMASTER
SQIs
(2) Training Development (G) Ranger (Q) Equal Opportunity Advisor
(4) Non Career Recruiter (M) First Sergeant (X) Drill Sergeant
(8) Instructor (S) Special Operations Support Personnel (P) Parachutist
(B) Inspector General NCO (L) Linguist (V) Ranger Parachutist
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DEMANDING ASSIGNMENTS
92F
PROPONENT DEMANDING
ASSIGNMENTS:
• SPECIAL MISSION UNITS/ SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNITS
• RANGER REGIMENT
• CAREER MANAGER/ PERSONNEL PROPONENT NCO
• REAR DETACHMENT NCO
• SECTION CHIEF
• PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION SUPERVISOR
• OPERATIONS SERGEANT
• DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY (DLA)/DEFENSE ENERGY
SUPPLY CENTER (DESC)
• QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE
ASI 2B, 2S, 5W, H7
SQI 2,4,8,B,G,L,M, P, Q,S, V,X
Instructor 38 OF 161 (24%)
Drill SGT 3 OF 41 (7%)
Source: UAD 201008TAADS 201007CROSSWALK
*92F48 divided by Total CMF92 Positions= %of 92F Instructor
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EDUCATIONAL PROFILE
92F
MILITARY EDUCATION CIVILIAN EDUCATION
• NCOES: • Enrollment in civilian education demonstrates individual
WLC discipline and initiative.
ALC
SLC • College remains an enhancement but is not a substitute for
tough assignments with strong performance. NCOs serving in
• FUNCTIONAL COURSES: continuous challenging assignments have had little time to
Battle Staff Course attain college credit; as seen by our continuous support in
Support Operations Course various deployments.
First Sergeant Course
• MOS ENHANCING COURSES:
Quality Assurance Representative
Fuel Barge Training
Hazardous Cargo Training
Contracting Course
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UNIQUE MOS CHARACTERISTICS
92F
SPECIAL DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
ASIs
• H7 Petroleum Vehicle Operator: Identifies positions requiring Soldiers qualified in the operation and operator
maintenance of petroleum vehicles.
• 2B Air Assault: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
• 2S Battle Staff Operation: Soldiers trained to serve as a Battle Staff NCO and manage the day-to-day operations of
corps, division, regiment, group, brigade, battalion, and squadron command posts.
• 5W Jumpmaster: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
SQIs
• 2 Training Development: Identifies Soldiers requiring positions associated with the design, development, testing,
management, standardization, and evaluation of instructional systems, using the HQDA approved system Approach to
Training method.
• 4 Non-Career Recruiter: Identifies positions and Active Component Soldiers associated with recruiting duty other than
career recruiters.
• 8 Instructor: Identifies positions that require Soldiers qualified to be fulltime formal instructors in a military subject at any
Army service school or other organized training activity.
• B Inspector General NCO: Identifies positions in grades SFC and above in IG offices requiring Soldiers qualified as
inspection NCOs, asst/investigation NCOs, or IG NCOs.
• G Ranger: Identifies positions requiring assignment of Soldiers who are Ranger qualified.
• L Linguist: Identifies positions in TAADS that require proficiency in a designated foreign language. In position
classification, this character will be used in conjunction with any MOS requiring language proficiency.
• M First Sergeant: Identifies principal NCO (First Sergeant) positions in company, battery, troop, or similar sized unit
• P Parachutist: Identifies positions that require assignment of qualified parachutists.
• Q Equal Opportunity Advisor: Identifies positions in TDA &/or Augmentation TDA in any MOS requiring assignment of
Soldiers educated at Defense EO Management Institute (DEOMI), & Soldiers in any MOS who are graduates & qualified to
occupy positions.
• S Special Operations Support Personnel: Identifies selected positions for special operations support personnel.
• V Ranger Parachutist: There are no positions identified with SQI.
• X Drill Sergeant: Identifies drill sergeant positions requiring the assignment of NCOs.
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SPECIAL MOS CONSIDERATIONS
92F
• Both 92L & 92W merge into 92F at the grade of E-8
• Soldiers are assigned to this field over 80% are assigned to high OPTEMPO combat
support type units fighting the Global War on terrorism.
• All Quartermaster MOSs are open to male and female Soldiers; however, Direct Combat
Position Code (DCPC) coding of positions precludes assignment of females to certain
combat arms units.
Civilian Specialty Certifications available to this MOS are:
– Certified Professional Logistician (CPL)
– Certified Technical Trainer (CTT)
– Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
– API 570 Piping Inspector
– Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL)
– Medium/Heavy Truck Technician
– Truck Equipment Technician
– Certified Transportation Professional (CTP)
– Demonstrated Logistics Certification (DL, DSL, DML)
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QUARTERMASTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PETROLEUM SUPPLY SPECIALIST (MOS 92F)
YEARS
0 10 20
Rank SGT SSG SFC MSG SGM
Professional
Military WLC ALC SLC 1SG/USASMA CRS
Education
All SL 1 Courses Plus: All SL1-2 Courses Plus: All SL1-3 Courses: ASIs/SQIs Common to All MOSs ASIs/SQIs Common to All MOSs
Airborne Course Battle Staff Course
Additional Air Assault Course Support Operations Course
Training Ranger School
DEVELOPMENTAL & UTILIZATION ASSIGNMENTS
SL2 SL3 SL4 SL5 SL5
Petroleum Supply NCO Petroleum Supply NCO Detachment Sergeant First Sergeant BCT S3 Operations SGM
POL Vehicle Operator Section Chief Platoon Sergeant G3/S3 Operations Petroleum Distribution SGM
(Hvy/Lt) Pump Station Foreman Petroleum Supply NCO Petroleum/Water Supply Support Operations SGM
Typical
Pump Station Foreman Airfield Service Supervisor Petroleum Distribution Supv NCO Petroleum Operations SGM
Assignments
Aircraft Fuel handler Petroleum QA Supervisor QA/QS NCO UEy/Installation Supply Chief., Instructor Writer
Recruiter Petroleum Inventory Ctrl NCO Equal Opportunity Advisor OPS NCO Senior Petroleum Advisor
Drill Sergeant Petroleum Dispatch NCO Drill Sergeant Support operations NCO Facilitator, USASMA
Drill Sergeant Instructor/Writer Chief, Instructor/Writer
Recruiter Small Group Leader Assistant Commandant
(NCOA)
Instructor/Writer Professional Dev NCO (HRC)
Personnel Proponent NCO
Small Group Leader
Begin AA/AASS CSA Complete AA/AAS Begin BS/BA Complete BS/BA Complete BS/BA
Reading List 2 CSA Reading List 3 CSA Reading List 3 CSA Reading List 4 CSA Reading List 4
Self GED/BSEP Go Army Ed Army e-Learning Army e-Learning Army e-Learning
Development
DANTES/CLEP ACES ALMC Courses ALMC Courses ALMC Courses
College Prep Dev Counseling Dev Counseling Dev Counseling Dev Counseling
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FOOD SERVICE SPECIALIST
92G
Major duties 92G40: The Food Service NCO coordinates with the food service officer, food advisor, and first cooks. Coordinates with
TISA, facility engineers, and veterinary activity; plans and implements menus to ensure nutritionally balanced meals; ensures accuracy
of accounting and equipment records; develops and initiates Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) and safety, energy, security, and
fire prevention programs; evaluates contract food service operations; ensures contractor compliance in food service contract
operations. Some key duties for 92G40 Soldiers serving in the Operational Force include: Detachment Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant,
Operations NCO, Senior Food Operations NCO, Dining Facility Manager, G4 NCO, and Enlisted Aide for General Officers. Key duties
in the Generating Force include: First Sergeant, Instructor/Writer, Small Group Leader, Career Management NCO, Drill Sergeant and
Recruiter.
Major duties 92G50: The Senior Food Service NCO develops, coordinates, implements and advises and evaluates command food
service programs; monitors requests for food items and equipment; develop and analyze menus and coordinates menu substitutions;
evaluates operation of garrison and field kitchens, food service training facilities and maintenance of equipment; survey individual
preferences, food preparation and food conservation; prepare reports studies and briefs on food service operations. Some key duties
for 92G40 Soldiers serving in the Operational Force include: First Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Operations NCO, Senior Food
Operations NCO, Dining Facility Manager, J4 NCO, and Senior Enlisted Aide for General Officers. Key duties in the Generating Force
include: First Sergeant, Instructor/Writer, Small Group Leader, Career Management NCO, Drill Sergeant and Recruiter.
ASIs
2B AIR ASSAULT 2S BATTLE STAFF OPERATIONS 5W JUMPMASTER
Z5 ENLISTED AIDE
SQIs
(2) Training Development (G) Ranger (Q) Equal Opportunity Advisor
(4) Non Career Recruiter (L) Linguist (S) Special Operations Personnel
(8) Instructor (M) First Sergeant (V) Ranger Parachutist
(B) Inspector General NCO (P) Parachutist (X) Drill Sergeant
(F) Flying Status
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DEMANDING ASSIGNMENTS
92G
PROPONENT DEMANDING ASSIGNMENTS:
• SPECIAL MISSION UNITS
• RANGER REGIMENT
• SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNITS
• CAREER MANAGER/ PERSONNEL PROPONENT NCO
• REAR DETACHMENT NCO
• FOOD OPERATIONS MGT NCO (BCT/SBCT/US Disciplinary BA)
• FOOD SERVICE COORDINATOR (J-4/LOG/US Disciplinary BA)
• DINING FACILITY MANAGER
• FOOD QUALITY ASSURANCE EVALUATOR
ASI 2B, 2S, 5W, Z5
• ENLISTED AIDE SQI 2,4,8,B,F,G,L,M,P,Q,S,V,X
Instructor 33 OF 161 (20%)
• FLIGHT STEWARD Drill SGT 8 OF 41 (20%)
Source: UAD 201008TAADS 201007CROSSWALK
• CONTRACTING OFFICER TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE *92G48 divided by Total CMF92 Positions= %of 92G Instructors
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EDUCATIONAL PROFILE
92G
MILITARY EDUCATION CIVILIAN EDUCATION
• NCOES: • Enrollment in civilian education demonstrates individual
WLC discipline and initiative.
ALC • College remains an enhancement but is not a substitute
SLC for tough assignments with strong performance. NCOs
serving in continuous challenging assignments have had
• FUNCTIONAL COURSES: little time to attain college credit; as seen by our continuous
Battle Staff Course support in various deployments..
Support Operations Course
First Sergeant Course
• MOS ENHANCING COURSES:
Food Service Management Course
Food Service Contract Mgmt Course
Advanced Culinary Skills Training Course
Enlisted Aide Training Course
Contracting Course
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UNIQUE MOS CHARACTERISTICS
92G
SPECIAL DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
ASIs
• 2B Air Assault: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
• 2S Battle Staff Operation: Soldiers trained to serve as a Battle Staff NCO and manage the day-to-day operations of corps, division,
regiment, group, brigade, battalion, and squadron command posts.
• 5W Jumpmaster: There are no positions identified for ASI but must successfully complete the Air Assault Course.
• Z5 Enlisted Aide: Identifies positions requiring Soldiers to perform the duties of an enlisted aide on a General/Flag Officer's personal
staff.
SQIs
• 2 Training Development: Identifies Soldiers requiring positions associated with the design, development, testing, management,
standardization, and evaluation of instructional systems, using the HQDA approved system Approach to Training method.
• 4 Non-Career Recruiter: Ident


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