One of the premier jobs in the US Army is the Unit Supply Enlisted Career. It is a job that is vital to the missions of the Army, members of the Enlisted US Army Supply mission deal with keeping the Army on track and supplied. Keeping the flow of supplies going to the men and personnel doing their jobs is crucial to the Army Mission. It is an important job that is necessary to allow the Army to function. Keeping the correct supplied flowing at the correct time, to the correct people at the correct location is vital to the function and success of Army personnel all over the world.
The specialist involved in Army Unit Supply is an expert in keeping the Army moving forward on task and on schedule. The US Army enlisted supply specialist is a demanding job, but one that is also potentially rewarding also. The Army allows the Unit Supply specialist to not only does their job but to excel. If you have an interest in bookkeeping, accounting or business administration, and if you are able to work on a team, and deal with people well then this may be the Army job for you. Distributing and maintaining the inventory of supplies, food, uniforms, equipment, ammunition, equipment, medicine, spare parts, and other supplies is a very important job. Some of the different tasks that you may be involved in as a Unit Army Supply specialist can include; Controlling and securing ammunition and weapons in secure areas by direction, maintenance and upkeep of equipment, supplying, storing, delivering, inspecting, loading, receiving and unloading installation supplies, issuing and receiving live small arms and weapons to military personnel, and operating inventory and unit computers,
The US Army supply enlisted specialist works to deal with many different inventory and item management tasks that have made the job vital in the modern Army. Training- Training for the position of US Army Supply Specialist begins with 9 weeks of basic combat training. You will learn how to perform as a US Army enlisted Servicemember, and about the history and traditions of the US Army. After Basic training you will attend Individual Advanced training for six weeks, where you will learn at simulated on the job conditions.
You will be assigned to an Army Unit, and work to perform property management and parts repair management tasks, financial management and inventory control, and storing and receiving various Army equipment, supplies and material.