Military Jobs and Careers - Electronic Instrument and Equipment Repairers
Since the military organization uses the most sophisticated communication facilities the need to maintain the system is also very crucial and it needs the expertise of repairers who handle malfunctioning problems with their proven expertise. The command is maintaining electronic instruments for healthcare, weather forecasting and combat, the Electronic Instrument and Equipment Repairers who are enlisted men in the organization play very important role in the maintenance of the electronic system.
The usual duties and responsibilities of Electronic instrument and equipment repairers in the military chain of command include:
• Take charge in maintenance the electronic equipment using sophisticated gadgets such as circuit analyzers, and frequency meters. They adjust, test and repair malfunctioning system
• Take charge in repairing of wiring using hand tools
• Establish computers, data processors and other electronic facilities
• Study diagrams to solve defective parts
• Spearhead in monitoring of radar systems, missile tracking and air defenses
• Install electronic cables in safe pools to ensure proper functioning
The field of study which is very ideal for this kind of job in the military organization includes shop mechanics, math, physics and electricity
• Excellent skills in applying in electronic principles
• Enthusiasm in solving the problems involving the system
• Enthusiasm in handling electrical including other equipment which maybe available for the job
Classroom instructions are still ideal for this kind of job in the military organization. Taking advance studies as well as actual experience while in the line of duty are also very helpful. Course content also includes:
• Principles in mechanical and electrical systems
• Procedures in maintenance and repairs of electronic equipment
• Techniques in installation and wirings are also vital training
• Proper use of equipment for training
The Electronic Instrument and Equipment Repairers work in repair shops and onboard ships and in other military installations.
The civilian counterpart of Electronic instrument and equipment repairers work in corporate companies, communication and telecommunication firms and on national governments.