91S10 Stryker Systems Maintainer
This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform field level maintenance on the Stryker family of vehicles. It covers information on the inspection, maintenance and troubleshooting procedures of Stryker vehicles, components, and systems (the engines; electrical systems; powertrain systems; chassis, suspension, and steering systems; pneumatic systems; brake systems; the mobile gun systems (MGSs); as well as, information on preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS); test measurement and diagnostic equipment (TMDE); publications and maintenance forms; use and care of common and power tools; shop safety; and maintenance discipline. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of accepted maintenance procedures and practices according to current standards.
Major Equipment Used for Training
Infantry Carrying Vehicles (ICV)- M1126, Mobile Gun Systems (MGSs) - M1128, Mortar Carriers - M1129, Fire Support Vehicles (FSVs) - M1131, Anti-tank Guided Missile (ATGMs) - M1134, Mortar Carrier (MC) Hull Hot Hands on Trainers (HOTs), Remote Weapons System (RWS) HOTs, desktop trainers, Full-up Power Pack Task Trainers (PTTs), Driveline PTTs.
This page last updated: February 22, 2019