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Assisting in critical event de- e. Behavioral Science Specialist. There are six behavioral science specialists (three E-4 and three E-3, MOS 91G20) assigned to the section. These specialists assist the mental health officer and NCOs in gathering social and psychological data to support patient evaluations. Under the supervision of the mental health officer and NCOs, they provide initial screening of patients suffering emotional or social problems. In addition to their duties, they operate and maintain assigned vehicles.
Ensuring that company equipment meets calibration times and services. l. Light-Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic. There are two light-wheeled vehicle mechanics (one E-5, MOS 63B20 and one E-3, MOS 63BIO) who perform organizational maintenance and work under the supervision of the motor sergeant. They perform organizational preventive maintenance and repairs on gasoline and diesel-fueled, light-wheeled vehicles. Light-wheeled vehicles include prime movers designated as 5 tons or less and their trailers and associated items.
Monitoring and coordinating situation reports from deployed restoration and reconditioning centers, either with task-organized CSC elements or combat stress preventive teams. f. Psychiatric Noncommissioned Officer. Two psychiatric NCOs (E-6, MOS 91F30, and E-5, MOS 91F20) are assigned to the section. They manage and provide supervision for the BF casualty’s care. They deploy with either combat stress restoration teams or task-organized CSC elements. They function as BF casualty care managers for the restoration and reconditioning centers.