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Molders  (MLs)  operate  foundries  aboard  ship  and at  shore  stations.  They  make  molds  and  cores;  rig flasks; prepare heats; and pour castings of ferrous, nonferrous, and alloy metals. They also clean castings, pour  bearings,  and  perform  organizational  and intermediate maintenance on assigned equipment and in  support  of  other  ships. Opticalman.— The insignia for the Opticalman (OM) rating is a representation of lenses crossed by lines of light. OMs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate maintenance   on   small   navigational   instruments, binoculars,  gunsights,  sights,  and  range  finders.  They also perform maintenance on submarine and turret periscopes,  night  vision  sights,  and  other  optical instruments. Patternmaker.— The insignia for the Patternmaker (PM) rating is a wooden jack plane. PMs make wooden, plaster, and metal patterns as well as core boxes and flasks used by Molders in Navy foundries. PMs mount patterns on match plates and follow boards for production molding and make plaster patterns, full-scale layouts of wooden patterns, core boxes,  and  templates.  They  also patterns and perform organizational maintenance on assigned equipment other  ships. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELD index and store and  intermediate and in support of 5   (AVIATION MAINTENANCE/WEAPONS).— This occupational field  consists  of  the  Aircrew  Survival  Equipmentman (PR),   Aviation   Electrician’s   Mate   (AE),   Aviation Electronics  Technician  (AT),  Aviation  Machinist’s Mate  (AD),  Aviation  Maintenance  Administrationman (AZ),   Aviation   Ordnanceman   (AO),   and   Aviation Structural Mechanic (AM) ratings. Aircrew Survival Equipmentman.— The insignia for the Aircrew Survival Equipmentman (PR) rating is a  winged  parachute. PRs  inspect,  maintain,  and  repair  parachutes, survival equipment, and flight and protective clothing and equipment. They pack and rig parachutes, pack and equip life rafts, and repair and test oxygen regulators and liquid oxygen converters removed from aircraft. PRs also fit and maintain oxygen masks, flight clothing, antiexposure suits, and antigravity suits. They also operate  and  maintain  carbon  dioxide  transfer  and recharge   equipment,   operate   and   repair   sewing machines,   conduct   special   calendar/periodic inspections of survival equipment, and supervise the operation of parachute lofts and survival equipment work  centers. Aviation Electrician’s Mate.—The  insignia  for the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (AE) rating is a winged globe. AEs  maintain  electrical  and  instrument  systems, including   power   generation,   conversion,   and distribution systems. They maintain aircraft batteries, interior and exterior lighting, and the electrical controls of   aircraft   systems,   including   hydraulic   systems, landing  gear,  flight  control  systems,  utility  and  power plant engines, and flight and noninstrument types of indicating and warning systems. They also maintain automatic  flight  control  and  stabilization  systems; aircraft  compass  systems;  attitude  reference  systems; and  inertial  navigation  systems. Aviation Electronics Technician.— The insignia for the Aviation Electronics Technician (AT) rating consists of a winged helium atom. 2-13

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