The Life Of A Submarine Machinist!
As a Navy machinist mate you will work to assist in the day-to-day operations aboard a Submarine. You will be trained in one of two different areas when you attend basic Submarine Enlisted crew school: Weapons Specialist- You are responsible for the shipping, unloading, loading and storage of missiles, weapons and torpedoes of all different types. You will work to coordinate and operate a variety of underwater weapons and weapons launch systems, up to and including hydraulic and compressed air launch systems. You will become expert on the different weapons systems that are deployed aboard a submarine.
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Auxiliary System Specialist- You are the specialist that works to maintain and operate the different submarine mechanical systems, and non-nuclear related operations systems in air, refrigeration, hydraulic, atmosphere control, diesel and plumbing systems.
Serving in the US Navy as a Machinist Mate on a Submarine is a mechanically focused field. You will be responsible for storing and manufacturing oxygen, operating air scrubbers and machinery that removes waste from the air including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and hydrocarbons. You will work alongside other Machinist Mate fellow crewmembers to perform preventative maintenance and testing, and adjustments on most of the mechanical systems on board submarine. This is a specialty that is closed to women, and requires a background check and clearance. You cannot have any history of drug abuse, and you have to type 40 words a minute. You cannot have any felony or misdemeanor conviction other than a minor traffic offense. You receive training through Navy technical school and submarine basic enlisted school training. Enter Comments Below
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January 12th, 2010 at 10:02 am Hot debate. What do you think? 9 7
i was wondering where all the schools are and how long each one was
October 21st, 2011 at 9:33 pm Well-loved. Like or Dislike: 6 2
What is the average pay for a e-1 MM(a) submarine?
January 5th, 2012 at 1:07 pm 1 2
It’s Good to develop more on machine shop practice routine. The Builder.. More power. God bless.. henryssupan – Shaper Machine Operator
January 27th, 2012 at 10:52 am 2 0
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May 30th, 2013 at 11:01 am 0 0
I am leaving for Basic training in July as a MMS and I am looking more towards the Weapons specialist side.. What are the schools and how long are they?
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