military technician


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military technician

A Federal civilian employee providing full-time support to a National Guard, Reserve, or Active Component organization for administration, training, and maintenance of the Selected Reserve. Also called MILTECH.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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[section] 10216 Military Technicians (dual status) (West 1997), amended by Ike Skeleton National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011, Pub.
USARC should fund and incorporate medical equipment concentration sites with full-time nondeployable civilian contract personnel, who are supported by AGR, military technician, and TPU medical logistics personnel.
Active Guard and Reserve Military Technicians Non-Dual Status Technicians Active Component Civilians 5.
He said that military technicians were working on procuring details of those involved in the cyber attack on the account that is used to provide information to the public.
(49) These employees include Title 32 Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Soldiers and military technicians. (50) The policy does not cover drilling National Guard Soldiers and, consequently, does not apply to IDT or active duty with respect to these Soldiers.
When the plane safely landed in Geneva at 6:02 am (05:02 GMT), Swiss military technicians had not even started to warm up the engines of the country's F-18s and F-5 Tigers fighter jets.
The programme is aimed at military technicians for service department jobs at United States dealerships.
A number of Bahraini military technicians who participated in the drill said that it was a great opportunity for the BRAF personnel to be familiarized with the latest technology in this field and benefited from the participant's experiences.
Also, the law defines the authority of the Army and Air Force secretaries to retain military technicians to age 60.
eIuUbaidy received Voznica today and discussed together ways of providing training for military technicians and supplying the Iraqi army with advanced equipment,eIN according to a statement issued by the Defense Ministry and received by Aswat al-Iraq.
Military technicians monitored all operations and equipment to ensure the health and safety of personnel at the base camp.
Military technicians yesterday urged the country to remember the key role of their illustrious predecessors in using science to secure success during the D-Day offensive.
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