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Vehicle Maintenance Control and Analysis


Minimum Education Requirement:
high school diploma or GED with 15 college credits


high school graduateadministrativeenlistedelectronics & electricscomputers & computer scienceground vehiclesbusiness, operations & administration

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Vehicle Maintenance Control and Analysis

Career Description

The Air Force is well known for its aircraft, but we still rely on four-wheeled vehicles to get around on the ground. It's the job of the Vehicle Maintenance Control and Analysis team to make sure the wheels on those vehicles keep turning. As part of this team, you'll manage maintaining the fleet of vehicles used for everything from arming to taxiing the aircraft. You won't perform maintenance, but you will verify that all of the vehicles are scheduled for maintenance and that they meet their proper maintenance schedules.

Career Tasks

  • Schedule and coordinate vehicle maintenance for the entire motor pool
  • Knowledgeable in the latest computer technology to keep track of the maintenance of all the vehicles on base
  • Responsible for long-range forecasting of maintenance needs based on your knowledge of the vehicles and the people who drive them

Relevant Interests & Skills

  • Electronics
  • Computers
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Business, Operations and Administration
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Mathematics


After eight and a half weeks of Basic Military Training, every Airman goes to technical training to learn their career. Here's the basic information about Vehicle Maintenance Control and Analysis technical training:

School location: Port Hueneme [CA]

Length of course: 33 days

College degree earned: Individuals with the 2T3X7 specialty code are eligible for Maintenance Production Management (4VJG)

College credits earned: 11