Analyze available information, prioritize available
resources and dispatch appropriate response forces
(j) Armory/AA&E Supervisor. Responsible for
security, safety, accountability, classification, maintenance,
requisitions, issuance, demilitarization and proper disposal of
arms and ammunition.
· Conducts inventory of assigned weapons
· Manages maintenance on assigned weapons
· Tracks ammunition expenditure and initiates ammunition
requests when required
(k) AA&E Custodian/Armorer. Maintains the security
unit armory or ready for issue room; conducts inspection of unit
assigned weapons, ammunition and storage spaces; performs
maintenance on unit issued and authorized weapons, armory and
range equipment; maintains records for arms and ammunition
accountability, requests necessary forms/logs pertaining to
mechanical functioning, maintenance, trouble shooting and field
repair; and maintains a master listing of all security unit
weapons and the assignment of those weapons.
(l) Military Working Dog (MWD) Handler (NEC: 2005).
The MWD Handler is trained to utilize an MWD for patrol,
explosive or drug detection in numerous types of security
operations and operations in support of real world events.
Maintains and documents all training proficiency for assigned