COURSE TRAINED: Unit Supply Specialist (92Y) Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Course.
CONTENT: Course provides apprenticeship training in all critical tasks dealing with requesting, receiving, issuing, and maintaining or establishing accountability of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable/durable supplies and equipment. These tasks also include security and administration of a unit arms room as well as organizational maintenance of small arms. At skill level 10, the 92Y receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns in organization and installation supplies and equipment. The 92Y prepares all unit/organization supply documents and accounts for Army property, supplies and equipment using the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) automated supply system. In the small arms area, the 92Y issues and receives small arms, secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas, and schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons. POI is currently under review for transition from PBUSE to GCSS-Army.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: (92Y Critical Task List 92Y10/20; STP 10-92Y12-SM-TG)
- Module-A - Course Introduction (9.0 hours)
To provide Soldiers an overview of the course outline, policies and procedures to be followed during the course, information on the duties of Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 92Y10, and the course completion/graduation standards. Soldiers will receive historical examples of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps heritage and traditions and the general safety precautions and physical layout of the training facilities. Students will be briefed on how each of the Common Military Tasks will be incorporated into the course.
- Module-B - Basic Supply Principles (111.0 hours)
To provide the student with the basic skills and knowledge to perform manual and automated administrative procedures required at the unit/organizational level. Soldiers will be trained to prepare unit supply files and signature cards, request supplies and equipment, prepare document registers, cancel supply requests, receive property, store property, inventory property, issue property, turn-in property, transfer property, maintain unit loads, prepare unit and organizational level hand receipts/sub-hand receipts, prepare manual DA Form 2062 to be used as a hand receipt, hand receipt annex, component list and a shortage annex, prepare DA Form 3161 as a change document, process property adjustment documents, process personal clothing requests, and prepare OCIE records.
- Module-C - Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE)(79.0 hours)
To provide Soldiers with the basic skills and knowledge to perform unit level and property book level operator tasks. Soldiers will be trained to set up and operate the PBUSE system, assignment of user roles and functions, update parameter tables, update organizational data, process alert messages, perform catalog maintenance, perform unit level request process, process unit level hand receipts, maintain OCIE records, update component management data, maintain unit load data, maintain material status, prepare reports, perform ammunition transactions, establish logistic scenarios, perform Automatic Identification Technology processes, supervise the inventory of property and complete certification on prerequisite new equipment GCSS-Army Web based training.
Remarks: PBUSE training material was developed in accordance with the Feb 2012 ICP 6.6.2 Training Database. Do not substitute with any other training database without authorization of QMS, Fort Lee, Virginia.
- Module-D - Small Arms Organizational Maintenance Procedures (80.0 hours)
To provide the students with the skills and knowledge required to perform unit level preventive maintenance on small arms, control weapons and ammunition in the unit arms room and establish and maintain key control procedures at the unit/organizational level. Students will be trained to prepare key control and unit personnel access records, conduct change of custody inventory, prepare maintenance forms, identify correct maintenance procedures, use publications, forms and test equipment and conduct organizational maintenance on selected weapons.
COURSE LENGTH: 8 weeks, 2 day
ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS: In accordance with CTA 50-900 (male students, page 3; female students, page 5) if you are an AIT Soldier and are scheduled to attend the 92Y Course for MOS reclassification training, you must bring your initial clothing allowance with you to this course. Do not bring your TA 50 equipment. This applies to all Soldiers in a TDY or PCS enroute status.
When the service member (other than AIT) reports to Fort Lee:
- Bring "initial issue" (including Army Service Uniform with all awards/decorations)
and 10 copies of orders/SGLV/DD93 (CTA-50 items will be issued at Fort Lee).
- POV would be advantageous; however, parking is limited/restricted due to numerous construction projects on the Installation. Buses will be provided for student transportation to and from class when required.
- Week days: Report to Bldg 9303, MOS-T Barracks located at the intersection of B Avenue and Mahone Avenue during or after duty hours (24/7); contact number (804) 734-6013. Alternate: Report to 244th QM Battalion, located near 13th Street and B Avenue, contact number (804) 734-6487.
- Upon arrival, arrangements will be made for lodging by the MOS-T unit. MOS-T Soldiers will be attached to one of the designated 92Y Companies in the 244th QM Battalion. Classes will be conducted in Bldg. 4210, CHALLEN HALL, located at the intersection of 16th and A Avenue.
- Normal duty day is as follows:
0600 - 1230 92Y10 Technical Training (1st shift)
1400 - 2230 92Y10 Technical Training (2nd shift)
- DOD CIVILIAN PERSONNEL may request training in a specific module or modules (i.e., Principles of Supply, PBUSE, Unit Armorer Certification, etc.). Likewise, any military personnel attending any of the modules, only a training certificate will be issued. Civilian personnel cannot be awarded a 92Y MOS
COURSE PREQUISITES FOR AWARD OF MOS:
- Physical demands rating of heavy
- Physical profile of 222222 (no temporary profiles)
- Minimum score of 90 in aptitude area CL
- Normal color vision
- Mandatory formal training
- No documented instances in the last five (5) years of conduct that reflects adversely on the character, honesty, or integrity of the soldier
- No other record of disciplinary action under UCMJ or pattern of behavior that indicates a lack of integrity or is inconsistent with the 92Y position of trust
- No conviction or other adverse disposition for criminal offenses listed as a, misdemeanor or felony as outlined in AR 601-210, Chapter 4. This criterion is
GRADUATIONS: Graduation ceremonies are normally conducted at 9 a.m. on the last day of the course, in Bldg 4210, Challen Hall, Mullins Auditorium, located off of B Avenue between 16th and 19th Streets. All visitors to Fort Lee must enter through the Lee Avenue gate on Route 36 (Oaklawn Blvd) to obtain access to the post. Once you have been cleared to enter the post, proceed to the traffic light and make a left onto A Avenue. Bldg 4210 is approximately 1/8 of a mile on the right hand side at the corner of 16th Street and A Avenue. Turn right onto 16th Street and then turn right onto B Avenue. You will see an entrance to a large parking lot on the right. Bldg 4210 is the building facing the parking lot as you enter. There are new gate closures, openings, and new hours. Make sure you pay attention when driving.
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POINT OF CONTACT
Chief, 92Y Division
Comm (804) 734-3481
Comm (804) 734-3580/3466
Comm (804) 734-3573
This page was last updated on: April 1, 2015