Keep the Guard's machines rolling and equipment running into combat, during domestic emergencies and as part of everyday drilling and training.

  • Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (91B) Utah Army National Guard missions depend on automotive and heavy equipment. As a member of the Mechanical Maintenance team, the Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic handles the maintenance and repair of vehicles such as Humvees, cars and trucks. Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics work on all parts of the vehicles, from engines, steering, brakes, suspensions and electrical systems to wheel/hub assemblies and damaged body parts.
  • Utilities Equipment Repairer (91C) As members of the Utah Army National Guard’s electrical maintenance team, Utilities Equipment Repairers maintain and repair electrical equipment such as electric motors and electric tools. They make sure all electrical equipment and special purpose support systems remain in excellent working order.

 

  • Power-Generation Equipment Repair (91D) Every Army post must have its own electricity. Power-Generation Equipment Repairers keep the power running smoothly by maintaining and repairing electricity-generating equipment in mobile and stationary power plants. They oversee maintenance and repair of power-generation equipment, internal combustion engines and associated equipment, including motors, generators, switchboards and control equipment, as well as power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures and other electrical equipment.
  • Small Arms/Artillery Repairer (91F) Army and National Guard forces use a wide array of weapons, from small field artillery to large ballistic missiles. Small Arms/Artillery Repairers keep small arms and other infantry weapons operating properly by performing maintenance and repairs on electronic firing, guidance and launch systems that help locate targets, aim weapons and fire them.
  • Fire Control Repairer (91G) Army and National Guard forces use a wide array of weapons that use electronic components and systems to help locate targets, aim weapons and fire the weapons. Fire Control Repairers are primarily responsible for repairing and maintaining combat vehicle, infantry and artillery fire control systems, including laser range finders and observation devices, ballistic computers, thermal imaging systems, telescopes and fire control support equipment. They also perform battlefield damage assessment and repair.
  • Track Vehicle Repairer (91H) Utah Army National Guard missions depend on automotive and heavy equipment. As a member of the Mechanical Maintenance team, the Track Vehicle Repairer is primarily responsible for performing maintenance on tracked vehicles (vehicles that run on tracks instead of wheels, such as tractors and tanks) and keeping them in top working order. Duties may include troubleshooting and repairing problems in vehicle engines, fuel and electrical systems, steering, brakes and suspensions, and other parts.
  • Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (91J) The Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer performs maintenance on power generation, laundry and bath equipment, pumps, engines, burners, filter units, smoke generation and water purification or associated items. They also work on forced-air heaters and special-purpose equipment.
  • Armament Repairer (91K) Army and Utah Army National Guard forces use a wide array of weapons that use electronic components and systems to help locate targets, aim weapons and fire the weapons. The Armament Repairer is primarily responsible for repairing and maintaining the mechanisms and systems of tank turrets, tank weapons, fighting vehicles, self-propelled artillery, small arms and other infantry weapons.
  • Artillery Mechanic (91P) The Artillery Mechanic, also known as a Self-Propelled Field Artillery Repairer, is primarily responsible for performing maintenance and repairs on self-propelled howitzer cannon weapons system components, including the automotive, turret, fire control, and chemical protection subsystems.
  • Radio and Communications Security (COMSEC) Repairer (94E) The communications maintenance team is responsible for the equipment used to track and direct troop, aircraft and watercraft movements. A COMSEC Repairer is an important part of the team, responsible for maintaining radio receivers, transmitters, communication security equipment, controlled cryptographic items and other associated equipment.
  • Computer Detection Systems Repairer (94F) Electronic instruments are used in all areas of the Army, including combat. As a member of the Guard’s electronic maintenance team, the Computer Detection Systems Repairer is primarily responsible for maintenance and repair on special electronic devices such as night-vision equipment, electronic distance and azimuth-orienting devices, battlefield illumination devices, and nuclear, biological and chemical warning and measuring devices.
  • Radar Repairer (94M) The communications maintenance team is responsible for the equipment used to track and direct troop, aircraft and watercraft movements. The Radar Repairer is an essential member of this team and is primarily responsible for installing, repairing and maintaining military radar equipment. Radar Repairers’ duties include having a working knowledge of air traffic control, missile tracking, air defense and other radar systems, as well as the ability to operate and repair them.