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  • Army Regulation 672-6

    Decorations, Avwards, and Honors

    Pentagon library (ANR-Pl) . nATTN- Military:DpcumerrtsbettK?n.Room 1A518, Penfe,gon , -,Washington,;De: 20310-6050

    Headquarters^Department of the ArmyWashington, DC13 August 1985

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    2-183. Nuclear Weapons MaintenanceSpecialist (Nuc Wpn Maint Sp), MOS55G . :

    a. Major duties. Supervises or performsorganizational, direct support, and generalsupport maintenance and surveillance of nu-clear weapons, nuclear weapons trainers,and associated components. Other majorduties for MOS 55G are at the followingskill levels:

    (1) MOSC 55G10. Assists in inspection,assmbly, maintenance, and surveillance ofnuclear weapons and nuclear weapon train-ers, and their associated electrical, mechani-cal, and nuclear components.

    (2) MOSC 55G20. Inspects, assembles,maintains, and performs surveillance of nu-clear weapons and nuclear weapons trainersand their associated electrical, mechanical,and nuclear components.

    (3) MOSC 55G30. Supervises and in-spects nuclear weapons maintenanceoperations.

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    2-183. Nuclear Weapons Specialist(Nuc Wpn Sp), MOS 55G

    a; Major Duties. Supervises or performsorganizational, direct support and generalsupport maintenance and surveillance of nu-clear weapons, nuclear weapons trainers,and associated components. Other majorduties for MOS 55G are at the followingskill levels: ,, .

    (1) MOSC 55G10! Assists in inspection,assembly, maintenance, and surveillance ofnuclear weapons, nuclear weapons trainers,nuclear components, and their associatedelectrical/electronic/mechanical compo-nents; and inspects and calibrates nuclearweapons test equipment.

    (2) MOSC 55G20. Inspects, assembles,maintains and performs surveillance of nu-

    ' clear weapons, nuclear weapons trainers,nuclear components, and their associatedelectrical/electronic/mechanical compo-nents; and inspects and maintains testequipment and assists in the inspection, testand repair of nuclear weapons testequipment.

    ;(3) MOSC 55G30. Inspects, tests and re-pairs nuclear weapons test equipment; andsupervises and inspects nuclear weaponsmaintenance operations.

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  • AR 672-6 ^ >:..... : v^V : . ' " . "Ten Outstanding Young ..'Aineri dans

    The U.S. ^Jayceeis, h^eir adyised th^t beginning this, year with the.; 1986 nominees',the Ten Outstanding Young. Men awards .program 'has be.en, renamed Ten Outstanding Young Americans arid wil'l be open to men and women. , . .

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  • Headquarters rDepartment of the ArmyWashington, DC7 December 1971

    "Army Regulation 672-6

    Effective 15 January 1972

    Decorations, Awards and' Honors

    Ten Outstanding Young Americans

    The original .fornr of this-regulation was .pub-lished on 7. December 1971.. ''.." .' : .;.c '

    .This UPDATE-'issue publishes a Change :!which'is-.effective 13 August 1985Mhe por-tions of the text that are revised'by Change 1are highlighted in this printing. ;;

    ' By Order of-the Secretary of .'the 'Army:

    JOHN A. WICKHAM, JR. ' :- ; ;General, United States ArmyChief.of Staff \..;- '. ":':- -

    Official: y, ;\. > , / ;- '' - '

    ";pONALD.J:-DELANDROv ; " v 'Brigadier'General, United States Army,The Adjutant-General ' - ' ;

    Summary. This regulation covers the De-partment 6f the Army's policy for nominat-ing members of the Army for the: U.S.Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Americans'Award.-. . ' ; ; ;/'/: ' ' ! "'':'-. 'Applicability. This regulation applies to-the Active Army, Army National Guard(ARNG), and the U.S. Army Reserve

    ,(USAR).Impact on New Manning System. Thisregulation does not contain information thataffectsrthe New Manning System. ,, "" .

    Supplementation. Supplementation ofthis regulation and establishment of forms>other than DA- Forms, are .prohibited with-out p r io r a p p r o v a l f rom HQDA(DAPC-ALA), v^EX VA2233

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