Squad Leader / Section Sergeant / Soldier
United States Army
The military squad leader is the first-line supervisor in an enlisted individual's chain of command. This individual is responsible for the daily activities that an individual performs, to include any career-mandated training. Ultimately, this individual becomes a mentor, trainer, role model, and supervisor all in one
Maintenance Supervisor / Section Sergeant:
Directs and coordinates jobs within five different maintenance shops and supervises the proper keeping of shop records and inventory. Day to day tasks also include the following.
1. Train assigned Soldiers in their areas of work including vehicle and equipment maintenanceand repair methods, procedures and techniques.
2. Test and evaluate new technologies related to vehicles and equipment including compressednatural gas powered equipment..
3. Supervise the use, care and operation of shop equipment including hand tools, power tools,diagnostic equipment and welders.
4. Maintain records and files of periodic preventive maintenance checks, repair orders, service parts,labor and cost, parts inventory and other related matters.
A Soldier is a person who selflessly devotes their life to ensure that all citizens of their country can sleep with peace of mind and live out day to day without fear. A Soldier protects this country freedom, and asks nothing in return. A Soldier is the highest type of citizen.