Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of mechanics, installers, and repairers.
Ordnance is a military term for all types of ammunition and weapons, such as missiles, guns, and chemical munitions. Ammunition and weapons are hazardous materials that require special handling to ensure their reliability and safety. Ordnance officers make decisions regarding the purchase, handling, storage, maintenance, use, and disposal of ordnance. They also supervise and train ordnance personnel assigned to their unit.
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