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Engineman (EN)

Enginemen are responsible for internal diesel and gasoline engines. They also maintain refrigeration, air-conditioning, distilling plant engines and compressors.

Enginemen (ENs)operate, service and repair internal combustion
engines used to power some of the Navy's ships and most of the
Navy's small craft. Most enginemen work with diesel engines.
Enginemen also operate and maintain electrohydraulic controllable
pitch propeller systems and steering engines, refrigeration and air
conditioning systems, air compressors, desalinization plants and
small auxiliary boilers. Enginemen perform their duties in surface
ships.




The duties performed by ENs include:
  • aligning fuel, water and air piping systems and controlling operation of diesel engines used for ship and small craft propulsion, and to generate electrical power;
  • cleaning, lubricating, adjusting, testing and performing other preventive maintenance on diesel engines, reduction gears, air compressors, hydraulic or pneumatic clutches, steering engines and
    controllable pitch propeller systems;
  • operating and maintaining desalinization plants used to make fresh water from sea water;
  • operating and servicing refrigeration plants and air conditioning systems;
  • repairing or replacing valves, pumps, compressors, heat exchangers and control devices used with diesel engines and gas turbines; making entries into and analyze machinery operating
    records and reports.
Working Environment
Enginemen work in engine rooms or shops which, at times, may be warm and noisy. They may also work outdoors aboard small craft. The work performed is sometimes physical. Although enginemen often work
closely with others, they may also be required to work alone with
limited supervision.

A-School (Job School) Information
Great Lakes, IL -- 8 weeks

Security Clearance Requirement: None

Other Requirements
Normal hearing required. Frequencies: 3000hz 4000hz 5000hz 6000hz Average hearing threshold level in these four frequencies must be less than 30db, with no level greater than 45db in any one
frequency. If hearing level exceeds these limits, the applicant is
enlistment ineligible for the rating.




Sea/Shore Rotation for This Rating
  • First Sea Tour: 60 months
  • First Shore Tour: 36 months
  • Second Sea Tour: 60 months
  • Second Shore Tour: 36 months
  • Third Sea Tour: 48 months
  • Third Shore Tour: 36 months
  • Fourth Sea Tour: 48 months
  • Forth Shore Tour: 36 months
Note: Sea tours and shore tours for sailors that have completed four sea tours will be 36 months at sea followed by 36 months ashore until retirement.
This is a sea-intensive community. Manning conditions at sea may require the need to request sea tour extension or shore tour curtailments to ensure all sea duty billets are filled.
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