Updated: Oct 2019

Specialty Summary

Supervises and performs the scheduling and analysis of maintenance performed on vehicles and equipment. Oversees fleet management and accounts for vehicle fleet. Uses a computer to manage the vehicle data collection system and develops local retrievals to obtain specific data. Performs materiel control functions. Files historical data and maintains vehicle records.

Tech School

33 Days - Lackland AFB


Vehicle Maintenance

Duty Badge

Maintenance & Munitions Badge








Total: 544

For Entry Into This Specialty


Administrative: 41


40 lbs

Duties and Responsibilities

Supervises and performs On-Line Vehicle Interactive Management System (OLVIMS) and fleet management functions. Manages vehicle leasing program. Inputs data to the OLVIMS and Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) computer systems and verifies data accuracy. Prepares, reviews and corrects OLVIMS system products. Develops base vehicle priority buy program, vehicle minimum essential levels, vehicle priority recall listing and vehicle rotation plan. Performs fleet maintenance, operations analysis and vehicle control program. Develops local retrievals to obtain specific data and analyzes this data for specific trends. Coordinates with work center supervisors and using organizations to ensure a timely repair of assigned vehicles. Monitors contract and warranty repairs, status, and funding. Develops and administers long and short range plans and programs for completion of preventative maintenance and inspections, special inspections and projects. Programs vehicles for depot maintenance on a five-year maintenance plan. Controls and administers the delayed maintenance and accident and abuse programs. Operates computers and calculators. Maintains and files vehicle historical data and records jackets. Analyzes data for deviations from specific performance indicators and helps to develop corrective actions.

Performs vehicle management data reporting/transfer as required. Uses Logistics Installation and Mission Support Enterprise View – Vehicle View (LIMS EV-VV). Collects data for mandated reporting requirements such as Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS), etc.

Assembles specific vehicular information by extracting and tabulating maintenance data in a logical presentation sequence using automated and manual methods. Prepares data for presentation in tabular, chart, graphic and summary form. Gives written and narrative summaries to meet management needs.

Manages Air Force equipment management system program for vehicle fleet. Develops alternative sources of support for operational vehicle shortfalls. Manages vehicle custodial account and vehicle authorization and utilization program, prepares and defends base level submission for central appropriated funds procurement of motor vehicles and other budgetary accounts. Reviews and coordinates on statements of work and performance requirements documents requiring government vehicles. Monitors and coordinates on military construction projects.

Inputs routine and Mission Capable (MICAP) requisitions in SBSS, monitors Due-In From Maintenance (DIFM) Program and processes SBSS inquiries.

Specialty Qualifications

Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: vehicle fleet management and analysis; maintenance responsibilities; maintenance data collection and reporting procedures; LIMS EV-VV; and small computer operation.

Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in algebra or equivalent mathematics, small computer operations, and auto mechanics is desirable.

Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:

  • 2T337. Completion of a fleet management and analysis apprentice course.
  • 2T377. Completion of the Vehicle Management 7-skill level web-based training.

Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of AFSC indicated:

  • 2T357. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2T337. Also, experience in functions such as vehicle fleet management & analysis, quality control, customer service center or maintenance shop work center, obtaining parts and materials for use in vehicle maintenance, and management of leased/rental vehicles and DoD FLEET Fuel Card Program.
  • 2T377. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2T357. Also, experience performing or supervising functions such as vehicle fleet management and analysis, quality control, customer service center or maintenance shop work centers, and in obtaining parts and materials for use in vehicle maintenance.

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