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DPs  operate,  manage,  and  provide  hardware  and software  support  to  multimedia  automated  information systems  (AIS),  including  mainframes,  mini  and microcomputers,  local  area  networks  (LANs),  wide area  networks  (WANs),  and  telecommunications.  DPs establish, program, and maintain database management systems and fiction as database administrators and managers. They   implement   production   control procedures,  including  input/output  quality  control support and apply diagnostic and restoration techniques to  AIS  and  teleprocessing  components. Data Systems Technician.—  The insignia for the Data Systems Technician (DS) rating is the symbol of a  helium  atom  with  input/output  arrows. DSs  perform  organizational,  intermediate,  and preventive   maintenance   on   digital   computer equipment, subsystems, and systems. They inspect, test,   align,   and   repair   micro/minicomputers   and associated  peripheral  equipment,  data  conversion  units, data display equipment, data link terminal equipment, print  devices,  and  system-related  equipment.  They operate  general-purpose  test  equipment  and  automated test equipment; load, initialize, and run preprogrammed diagnostic,  performance,  and  testing  routines  for  digital computer   equipment,   digital   subsystems,   digital systems, and overall combat systems. O C C U P A T I O N A L     F I E L D     1 3 (CONSTRUCTION).  —This   occupational   field includes the Builder (BU), Construction Electrician (CE), Construction Mechanic (CM), Engineering Aid (EA), Equipment Operator (EO), Steelworker (SW), and  Utilitiesman  (UT)  ratings. Builder.— The insignia for the Builder (BU) rating is the symbol of a carpenter’s square on a plumb bob or weight. BUs  perform  tasks  required  for  construction, maintenance,  and  repair  of  wooden  and  concrete structures.  They  perform  rough  and  finished  carpentry. BUs also erect and repair waterfront structures and wooden  and  concrete  bridges  and  trestles.  They  paint and varnish new and refinished surfaces. Additionally, BUs perform tasks required in combat and disaster preparedness  or  recovery  operations. Construction  Electrician.—The insignia for the Construction Electrician (CE) rating is the symbol of a spark superimposed on a telephone pole. CEs  plan,  supervise,  and  perform  tasks  required  to install and repair interior, overhead, and underground wires and cables. They install, operate, service, and overhaul electric generating equipment/fixtures and distribution systems. They  also  service  electrical equipment  such  as  transformers,  switchboards,  motors, and  controllers.  They  must  also  maintain  personal combat readiness and perform tasks required in combat and  disaster  preparedness  or  recovery  operations. Construction Mechanic.—The insignia for the Construction Mechanic (CM) rating is the symbol of a wrench superimposed on a nut. CMs   perform   tasks   involved  in  maintenance, repair,  and-overhaul  of  automotive,  materials-handling, and construction equipment. They analyze and correct malfunctions in equipment and issue repair parts. They also  maintain  records,  prepare  requisitions  and  reports, 2-19

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