091-CLT-4029 (SL2) – Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
091-CLT-4029 (SL2) - Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Standards: Ensured maintenance status of assigned equipment was reported and personnel were trained in the proper procedures for conducting preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) and in accordance with the appropriate references.
In the field or in a motor pool environment,
given proper equipment, appropriate
technical manuals, supporting forms and
documentation, tools, and personnel.
Ensured maintenance status of assigned
equipment was reported and personnel were
trained in the proper procedures for
conducting preventive maintenance checks and
services (PMCS) and in accordance with the
1.Direct preventive maintenance checks and services.
a. Verify that all current
and updated technical manuals and
references are available or
requisitioned for unit assigned
b. Verify that all tools,
POL, personnel and other resources
are available for PMCS.
c. Observe operators
performing PMCS at prescribed
d. Review maintenance forms
and reporting procedures for
accuracy and completeness.
2.Report maintenance status of assigned equipment.
a. Verify that the operator
has correctly identified and
corrected, or recorded, faults on DA
Form 5988-E, Equipment
Inspection Maintenance Worksheet
or DA Form 2404, Equipment
Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet.
b. Confirm that not mission
capable (NMC) faults are corrected
3.Train personnel in the proper procedures for
a. Enforce the commander’s
training program for operators of
b. Lead collective training.
c. Verify that all operators
are licensed for their equipment.
d. Verify that squad
leaders/section chiefs/team leaders
train team members.
all current and updated technical
manuals and references were available
or requisitioned for unit’s assigned
2.Verified that all tools, POL, personnel, and other
resources were available for PMCS.
standing operating procedures in
accordance with AR 750-1 and local
4.Reduced training distractions.
5.Checked operator’s DA Form 346 to confirm that
operators were licensed.
6.Observed operators performing PMCS at prescribed
7.Compared PMCS process to the PMCS table in the
appropriate technical reference.
8.Reviewed maintenance forms and reporting procedures
for accuracy and completeness.
9.Corrected technical and administrative deficiencies
on the spot and provided feedback for
the operator/crew on correct
Guidance: Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show what was done wrong and how to
do it correctly.
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