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|FY 2014 SCHEDULE|
|The course emphasizes Craft Engineer duties specifically in the area of electrical/mechanical systems operation and control systems. Equipment casualty control procedures and basic craft operational capabilities. Provide the knowledge and skills required to function as the Assistant Operator assisting in operating the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) in normal emergency and degraded modes; over water and land in all conditions, including ships well deck entry/exit and be certifiable as an LCAC Engineer/Assistant Operator.|
|This course consists of 155 hours LCAC classroom training, which includes systems, rules of the road and operation. This course also consists of 195 hours of LCAC Full Mission Trainer (FMT) training and actual LCAC systems operation.|
|Must be fully qualified for special duty in accordance with the Manual of the Medical Department (NAVMED P117). Successfully complete the Naval Aeroscope Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL) LCAC Operator Psychomotor Test at ACU-4/ACU-5. Must be qualified second-class swimmer in accordance with SEAOPS VOL II. SECOND CLASS SWIMMER MUST BE DOCUMENTED IN STUDENT ORDERS. Must be qualified in accordance with New Construction Screening (NAVPERS 159090). MUST be eligible for SECRET clearance. This course is open to all Engineering ratings in paygrade E5-E7. Minimum ASVAB score of AR+MK+EI+GS = 204.|
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