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MMs  operate,  repair,  and  perform  organizational and  intermediate  level  maintenance  on  ship  propulsion machinery,   auxiliary   equipment,   and   outside machinery,  such  as  steering  engines,  windlasses, hoisting  machinery,  and  elevators.  MMs  also  operate and   perform   maintenance   on   food   preparation equipment,  laundry  equipment,  and  refrigeration  and air-conditioning equipment. They also transfer and inventory lubricating oils, maintain records and reports, and may perform duties in the generation and storage of  industrial  gases. O C C U P A T I O N A L    F I E L D    4    ( S H I P MAINTENANCE).— TMS occupational field includes the  Damage  Controlman  (DC),  Hull  Maintenance Technician  (HT),  Instrumentman  (IM),  Machinery Repairman (MR), Molder (ML), Opticalman (OM), and Patternmaker  (PM)  ratings. Damage  Controlman.—  The  insignia  for  the Damage Controlman (DC) rating is the crossed fire ax and  maul. DCs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate  level maintenance  and  repair  of  damage  control  equipment and systems. They plan, supervise, and perform tasks necessary  for  damage  control;  ship  stability; preservation  of  watertight  integrity;  fire-fighting;  and chemical, biological, and radiological (CBR) warfare defense.  DCs  also  instruct  and  coordinate  damage control parties and instruct personnel in the techniques of damage control and CBR defense. They additionally supervise  and  perform  tasks  in  procurement  and issuance  of  supplies  and  repair  parts  and  prepare  records and reports. Hull Maintenance Technician.—The insignia for the Hull Maintenance Technician (HT) rating is the crossed fire ax and maul with a carpenter’s square. HTs plan, supervise, and perform tasks necessary for fabrication, installation, and repair of all types of shipboard  structures  and  plumbing  and  piping  systems. HTs qualify in the techniques, skills, and use of damage control  and  fire-fighting.  They  organize,  supervise,  and train personnel in maintenance, hull repair, and damage control  duties.  HTs  also  supervise  and  perform  tasks  in procurement  and  issuance  of  supplies  and  repair  parts. Instrumentman.— T h e    i n s i g n i a    f o r    t he Instrumentman  (IM)  rating  consists  of  calipers. IMs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate maintenance  on  mechanical  instruments,  office machines, and Navy timepieces. They implement Navy or  Mechanical  Instrument  Repair  and  Calibration  Shop (MIRCS)   procedures. Machinery Repairman.— The insignia for the Machinery  Repairman  (MR)  rating  consists  of  a micrometer and gear. MR  perform  organizational  and  intermediate maintenance on assigned equipment and in support of other ships, requiring the skillful use of lathes, milling machines,  boring  mills,  grinders,  power  hacksaws,  drill presses, and other machine tools. MRs are also required to be skillful in the use of portable machinery, hand tools, and measuring instruments found in machine shops. Molder.— The insignia for the Molder (ML) rating consists of a crossed bench rammer and stove tool. 2-12

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