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and train assistants in repair procedures and techniques. They  must  maintain  individual  combat  readiness  and perform  tasks  required  in  combat  and  disaster preparedness  or  recovery  operations. Engineering   Aid. —The   insignia   for   the Engineering Aid (EA) rating is the symbol of a level rod with  a  measuring  scale. EAs  plan,  supervise,  and  perform  tasks  required  in construction  surveying,  construction  drafting,  planning and  estimating,  and  quality  control.  They  prepare progress  reports,  time  records,  construction  schedules, and  material  and  labor  estimates.  AEs  also  establish and  operate  a  basic  quality  control  system  for  testing soils,  concrete,  and  construction  materials.  AEs  must maintain individual combat readiness and perform tasks required  in  combat  and  disaster  preparedness  or recovery  operations. Steelworker.— The  insignia  for  the  Steelworker (SW) rating is the symbol of a beam suspended from a hook. SWs   perform   tasks   directly   related   to   the fabrication  and  erection  of  preengineered  structures, including  steel  reinforcement.  They  control  jobsite deployment of materials and equipment. They also direct and coordinate the composition, training, and efforts   of   crews   who   fabricate,   assemble,   erect, position,  and  join  structural  members  and  fabricated sections.   SWs   must   maintain   individual   combat readiness and perform tasks required in combat and disaster  preparedness  or  recovery  operations. Utilitiesman.— The insignia for (UT) rating is the symbol of a valve. Equipment  Operator.—  The insignia for the Equipment Operator (EO) rating is the symbol of a bulldozer. EOs  perform  tasks  involving  deployment  and operation   of   automotive,   materials-handling, weight-lifting,   and   construction   equipment.   They direct  and  coordinate  efforts  of  individuals  and  crews in   execution   of   construction,   earth-moving, road-building, asphalt-batching, and paving. They also maintain records and reports on mobile and stationary equipment  and  organize  and  supervise  automotive  and construction  equipment  pools.  EOs  must  maintain individual combat readiness and perform tasks required in  combat  and  disaster  preparedness  or  recovery operations. UTs  plan,  supervise,  and  perform the  Utilitiesman tasks  involved  in installation,  maintenance,  and  repair  of  plumbing, heating,  steam,  compressed  air,  fuel  storage  and distribution systems, water treatment and distribution systems, air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment, and  sewage  collecting  and  disposal  facilities.  They schedule and evaluate installation and operational tasks and  prepare  records  and  reports.  They  must  also maintain individual combat readiness and perform tasks required  in  combat  and  disaster  preparedness  or recovery  operations. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELD   14   (HEALTH CARE).—  This  occupational  field  includes  the  Dental Technician (dT) and Hospital Corpsman (HM) ratings. Dental Technician.—The  insignia  for  the  Dental Technician (DT) rating is the letter  D imposed on a caduceus  (the  winged  staff  of  Hermes,  the  Greek mythological god of science). 2-20

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