Also called: Fleet Manager, Train Operations Manager, Trainmaster, Transportation Manager
In the Air Force: Air Transportation; Air Transportation Superintendent; Airfield Operations, C2ISREW; Airfield Operations, Special Operations; Fleet Management And Analysis Helper; Logistics Plans Journeyman; Mission Generation Vehicular Equipment Maintenance Helper; Mission Generation Vehicular Equipment Maintenance, Helper, Material Handling Equipment (MHE)/463L Maintenance; Traffic Management Helper; Vehicle Operations
In the Army: Aircraft Powertrain Repairer; Ammunition Specialist; Ammunition Warrant Officer; Cargo Specialist; M1 Armor Crewman; Mobility Officer; Motor Transport Operator; Petroleum Technician; Railway Specialist (USAR only); Transportation Management Coordinator; Transportation, General
In the Coast Guard: Aviation Administration; CWO - Operations, Aviation; LDO - Air Traffic Control; LDO - Operations, Aviation; Marine Safety - General; Port Safety/Environmental Protection - General; RL - Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer - Aviation Maintenance; URL - Aviation Warfare Officer, Naval Flight Officer; URL - Aviation, Rating Terminated; Vehicle Management and Analysis; Vessel Traffic Services
In the Marine Corps: Aerial Delivery Officer; Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Crewman; Distribution Management Specialist; Fleet Management And Analysis Journeyman; Logistics Plans Journeyman; Mission Generation Vehicular Equipment Maintenance Apprentice, Firefighting and Refueling Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance; Mission Generation Vehicular Equipment Maintenance Journeyman, Firefighting and Refueling Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance; Motor Transport Operations Chief; Traffic Management Apprentice; Transportation Management Coordinator
In the Navy: Air Officer; Aircraft Fueling Officer; Aviation Boatswain's Mate, Launching and Recovery Equipment; CWO - Operations, Aviation; Drydocking Officer (Floating Drydocks); LDO - Civil Engineer Corps; Military Sealift Command Commander; Passenger Transportation Officer; RL - Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer - Aerospace Engineering; Transportation Logistics Officer
- Plan, organize, or manage the work of subordinate staff to ensure that the work is accomplished in a manner consistent with organizational requirements.
- Direct activities related to dispatching, routing, or tracking transportation vehicles, such as aircraft or railroad cars.
- Monitor operations to ensure that staff members comply with administrative policies and procedures, safety rules, union contracts, environmental policies, or government regulations.
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