Loads and unloads trucks, and other conveyances, moves supplies and materials by wheelbarrow or hand truck; stacks materials for storage or binning, collects refuse and salvageable materials, and digs, fills, and tamps earth excavations. Performs grounds maintenance with hand and/or power tools. May work at all field locations.
A Civilian on the Battlefield (COB) usually plays one of several roles of various indigenous people in an Iraqi or Afghan village. The theater within which the COB acts is a realistic Iraqi or Afghani village erected on a military training site. Roles to be played include scripted and improvisational roles of members of the village’s general populace, insurgents and business owners.
COB may also play roles commonly associated with U.S. personnel emulating a variety of positions normally performed by Provisional Reconstruction Teams, news agencies, or other Non-Governmental Organizations including but not limited to U.S. government officials; civil affairs personnel; psychological operations personnel; and Western media personnel. Roles may be neutral, friendly, or adversarial in nature.
The COB provides these services in support of training exercises for the U.S. military.
Frequent stooping, bending, lifting and/or moving up to 20 pounds, walking and/or standing, climbing stairs, and walking on uneven ground. Occasionally sits for long periods of time.
The majority of work is performed in an outdoor setting and in off site locations with a wide variety of people in different functions, personalities and abilities. Field conditions prevail. Environment may be subject to blowing dust and sand, heavy rains or snow, and temperatures ranging for 10 (-) degrees F in the winter to 125(+) degrees F in the summer and as well local wildlife and insects like snakes, turtles, coyotes, spiders, bees, wasps, mosquitoes, etc. In addition, exposure to high levels of noise, due to the military weapons, and equipment used during live training.
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