Supply troops with everything they need, on and off the battlefield. Support your fellow Soldiers by delivering and storing food, fuel, weapons and water.

  • Ammunition Stock Control (89A) The Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist keeps track of ammunition, explosives, and associated explosive components.  You'll operate the Standard Ammunition and Accounting System-Modernized (SAAS-MOD) computer hardware and software and utilize manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures for ammunition.
  • Ammunition Specialist (89B) Ammunition and weapons, also known as ordnance, are hazardous materials, and their handling and storage must be carried out carefully. Ammunition Specialists store, inspect, prepare and dispose of conventional ammunition, guided missiles, large rockets and other weapons and ammunition-related items. Ammunition Specialists also load explosives and ammunition on aircraft, and assist in preparing ammunition and explosives for transportation.
  • Automated Logistical Specialist (92A) The right supplies, delivered at the right time, can ensure the safety of troops in the field. Automated Logistical Specialists are responsible for making sure equipment and materials are available and functioning for missions. Automated Logistical Specialists are primarily responsible for maintaining and distributing the Army's large inventory of food, medicines, ammunition, spare parts and other supplies. As supply experts, they also manage and maintain stock and inventory records.
  • Petroleum Supply Specialist (92F) Watercraft, aircraft, trucks, tanks and other Army vehicles run on petroleum-based fuels. These products, such as oil, gasoline, diesel fuel and compressed gas, need special storage and handling. Petroleum Supply Specialists are in charge of the proper storage and shipment of bulk or packaged petroleum-based products. They dispense fuels from storage and distribution facilities, and load them into tanker trucks, airplanes, ships and railroad cars. They also select and submit samples of petroleum, oils and lubricants to labs for pollutant testing.
  • Food Service Operation Specialist (92G) More than a million meals are prepared every day in Army kitchens. As key members of the food service team, the Food Service Operations Specialists prepare all types of food according to standard and dietetic recipes. Food Service Operations Specialists are primarily responsible for preparing and serving food in field or garrison food service operations (chow halls), cleaning equipment and utensils, and erecting, striking and storing all types of field kitchens.
  • Mortuary Affairs Specialist (92M) The Mortuary Affairs Specialist performs duties relating to the search, recovery, processing and evacuation of the remains of deceased U.S. Armed Forces personnel. Mortuary Affairs Specialists also inventory, safeguard and ensure the recovery and safe return of personal effects. They coordinate with non-U.S. authorities concerning disposition of enemy, allied, or civilian remains and may serve as team members and recovery specialists at the Army's Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii.
  • Parachute Rigger (92R) Military personnel depend on survival equipment, such as parachutes, during hazardous assignments. Survival equipment specialists inspect, maintain, and repair parachutes and other life-support or rescue equipment. Parachute Riggers are primarily responsible for inspecting parachutes for rips and tangled lines, repairing damaged fabrics and webbed equipment, and packing parachutes for safe operation.
  • Water Treatment Specialist (92W) Maintaining sanitary and safe conditions in military communities is a major priority. Water Treatment Specialists work as members of the environmental health and safety team to maintain healthy conditions. Water Treatment Specialists are primarily responsible for the installation and operation of water purification equipment, as well as dealing with water storage and distribution operations and activities. They assist in preparation and setup of water treatment facilities, oversee water treatment activity, and provide continued storage, transportation and disposal of hazardous waste.
  • Unit Supply Specialist (92Y) Utah Army National Guard troops depend on timely delivery of important supplies. Unit Supply Specialists maintain and distribute the Guard's large inventory of food, medicine, small arms and ammunition, spare parts and other supplies. They receive, inspect, store and deliver supplies, and keep records of all transactions.