2147 Tech Overview
The Light Armored Vehicle Technician (USMC) course is designed to provide instruction to Lance Corporals through Staff Sergeant with the MOS of 2147 on the 2000 level events listed in the Training and Readiness Manual, NAVMC 3500.33_ .
PURPOSE: To train Light Armored Vehicle Mechanic (2147) in system troubleshooting and maintenance procedures on the Marine Corps Light Armored Vehicle, LAV-25, LAV-Recovery, and LAV-AT, to include administrative forms and records.
SCOPE: The course includes advanced instruction on organizational and intermediate level maintenance and troubleshooting procedures of the LAV-25, LAV-Recovery, and LAV-AT hull and turret systems to include the engine, electrical and hydraulic systems, analyzing and interpreting electrical and hydraulic diagrams, maintenance forms and record keeping procedures, and to perform integrated diagnostics with external test sets to include computer, digital and analog systems.
CDD NOTES This CDD represents a 8 hour training day for Annexes A through Z. Annex X is used for all evaluations. Annex Z is utilized for Administrative.
PHYSICAL TRAINING: The students are required to participate in the Physical Fitness Program while assigned to Bravo Company, Marine Detachment, Fort Lee Virginia in compliance with MCO 6100.13 The fitness program addresses upper & lower body conditioning, and cardio-vascular endurance necessary for physical fitness, also sustainment training of the martial arts program is incorporated. All students are required to successfully pass one PFT or CFT while in student status. Physical training is scheduled students are required to successfully pass one PFT or CFT while in student status. Physical training is scheduled into the training schedule.
The instructional design for this course is Whole-Part-Whole.
LENGTH (PEACETIME): 45 Training Days