I attended the United States Army Basic Combat Training to develop and enhance skills in order to transition from a civilian to a Soldier. The Army Basic Training prepared me initially physical and mentally for what I would endure throughout my military career.
My initial training establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn-ins, and performs duties and dues-outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Reviews and verifies quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, pelletizes, and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Repairs and constructs fiber board or wooden containers. Packs, crates, stencils, weighs, and bands equipment and supplies. Constructs bins, shelving, and other storage aids. Processes requests and turn-in documents at direct support level through warehousing section. Processes inventories, surveys, and warehousing documents. Performs prescribed load list (PLL) and shop stock list (SSL) duties in manual and automated supply applications. Prepares, annotates and distributes shipping documents. Breaks down and distributes field rations. Operates materiel handling equipment (MHE). Performs accounting and sales functions in self-service supply.
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