Careers Career Paths Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (91J) Share PINTEREST Email Print Sgt. Shanika Futrell [Public domain] Career Paths US Military Careers Technology Careers Sports Careers Sales Project Management Professional Writer Music Careers Media Legal Careers Government Careers Finance Careers Fiction Writing Careers Entertainment Careers Criminology Careers Book Publishing Aviation Animal Careers Advertising Learn More By Rod Powers Rod Powers Air Force NCO Academy Rod Powers was a retired Air Force First Sergeant with 22 years of active duty service. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 03/08/19 The quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer are primarily responsible for supervising or performing maintenance on chemical equipment, quartermaster machinery, forced air-heaters and special purpose equipment. Duties performed by Soldiers in this MOS include: Maintain and repair electrical/fuel heater systems, pumps, decontamination systems, protective filter systems, reverse osmosis water purification systems, laundry washer/extractor systems, and dryer/tumbler systemsService internal combustion engine ignition/fuel/cooling/electrical systemsPerform damage assessment and repair Training Information Job training for a quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 12 weeks of Advanced Individual Training with on-the-job instructions. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field, including practice in marine engine maintenance and repair. Some of the skills you’ll learn are: Internal combustion engine theoryUse and care of hand and power tools ASVAB Score Required: 92 in aptitude area MM OR87 in aptitude area MM and 85 in aptitude area GT Security Clearance: None Strength Requirement: very heavy Physical Profile Requirement: 222222 Other Requirements Normal color vision required Similar Civilian Occupations The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career with the marine transportation, commercial fishing, oil exploration or oil drilling industries. You’ll be able to consider a future as a marine engine mechanic.