Marine Traffic Management Specialist
Military Occupational Skill (MOS 3112)
Military Occupational Skill (MOS) 3112 encompasses broad transportation responsibilities. TM specialist use numerous Federal, DoD and service regulations, the Defense Transportation System (DTS), commercial modes of transportation, and distribution logistic functions to enable optimal selection and procurement of commercial and government-operated land, air, and water transportation services.
They use a variety of automated systems in the performance of their duties. Warehousing, marine, rail, motor and air terminal operations, materials handling, packing, packaging, preservation, and hazardous materials handling functions are performed daily. Traffic management specialists perform technical traffic management duties pertaining to movement of civilian and military personnel and their dependents, both individually and in groups, using any or all modes of transportation.
This includes planning for troop movements via scheduled service special train or charter air and bus, as well as port calls for overseas travel. The specialists perform personal property counseling interviews and advise members and dependents of their personal property shipping entitlements. The specialist performs additional duties and tasks at military air terminals for airfreight and passenger movements.
This includes preparation of all freight shipment documents for manifesting of military air cargo and passengers aboard Government and commercial aircraft. MOS 3112 Marines within the MLGs must be trained to perform in-theater sustainment receiving, shipping, in-transit visibility, and distribution functions. Base/Station 3112 Marines perform deployment support functions relating to origin to POE via commercial modes. Within the LMCC, 3112 Marines perform functions related to the mission of the LMCC, to include container control and inspection functions, blocking and bracing of rail and truck shipments.
Rank Range: MGySgt to Pvt
(1) Must possess a GT score of 90 or higher.
(2) Must have a civilian motor vehicle operator's license.
(3) Attend the Basic Distribution Management Specialist Course (M03TNAl), MCCSSS, Camp Lejeune, NC.
(4) Staff sergeants and above must have a secret security clearance.
Duties: For a complete listing of duties and tasks, refer to MCO 1510.41, Individual Training Standards.
Related Department of Labor Occupation Codes
- Shipping and Receiving Clerk 222.387-050
- Travel Clerk 238.167-010
Related Marine Corps Jobs
- Logistics/Embarkation and Combat Service Support Specialist, 0431
- Combat Service Support Chief, 0491
- Administrative Clerk, 0151
- Packaging specialist, 3052
Above information derived from MCBUL 1200, parts 2 and 3