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perform tests, transfers, and inventories of fuels and water  and  maintain  records  and  reports. BT3s normally   stand   watches   as   fireroom   upper level/checkman,   fireroom   lower   level/burnerman, fireroom  messenger,  and  cold  iron. Electrician’s   Mate.—The   insignia   for   the Electrician’s Mate (EM) rating is represented as a globe of the world. EMs  operate  and  perform  organizational  and intermediate  maintenance  on  power  and  lighting circuits,  electrical  fixtures,  film  projectors,  motors, generators,  voltage  and  frequency  regulators, controllers,   distribution   switchboards,   and   other electrical equipment. EMs  test  for  short  circuits, grounds,  and  other  casualties.  They  also  rebuild electrical equipment, including solid state circuitry elements,  in  an  electrical  shop.  They  stand  generator, switchboard,   control   equipment, equipment  watches. Engineman.— The insignia for (EN) rating is represented as a gear. and  electrical the  Engineman ENs operate, repair, and perform organizational and intermediate  maintenance  on  internal-combustion engines, main propulsion machinery, refrigeration and air-conditioning  equipment  and  systems,  gas  turbine engines,  and  assigned  auxiliary  equipment.  They  also stand  watches  on  auxiliary  boilers. Gas Turbine Systems Technician.— The insignia for the Gas Turbine Systems Technician (GS) rating is a cross section of a turbine. GSs operate, repair, and perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on gas turbine engines and main propulsion machinery (including gears, shafting, and controllable pitch propellers). They also perform maintenance   on   assigned   auxiliary   equipment, propulsion  control  systems,  assigned  electrical  and electronic circuitry (up to the printed circuit), and alarm warning  circuitry. GSs  are  divided  into  two  categories:  (1)  Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Electrical) (GSE) and (2) Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) (GSM). Some  of  their  specific  responsibilities  are  listed  in  the next  two  paragraphs. GSEs  operate,  repair,  and  perform  organizational and   intermediate   maintenance   on   the   electrical components of gas turbine engines. They also operate, repair,  and  perform  maintenance  on  main  propulsion machinery, auxiliary equipment, propulsion control systems,  assigned  electrical  and  electronic  circuitry  (up to the printed circuit), and alarm and warning circuitry. GSMs operate, repair, and perform organizational and  intermediate  maintenance  on  the  mechanical components of gas turbine engines. They also operate, repair,  and  perform  maintenance  on  main  propulsion machinery (including gears, shafts, and controllable pitch propellers), assigned auxiliary equipment, and propulsion  control  systems. Interior  Communications  Electrician.—  The insignia for the Interior Communications Electrician (IC) rating is a telephone over a globe. ICs   operate   and   perform   organizational   and intermediate maintenance on interior communications systems  such  as  alarm,  ship’s  control,  entertainment, gyrocompass,  and  plotting  systems.  They  stand watches on work-related equipment. Machinist’s  Mate.—The   insignia   for   the Machinist’s   Mate   (MM)   rating   consists   of   a three-bladed   propeller. 2-11

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