The Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) is one of the seven directorates falling under the command of U.S. Army Europe's 7th Army Training Command, is headquartered at USAG Bavaria, Hohenfels Training Area and is the army's only Europe-based combat training centre (CTC) with a theatre-wide mobile training capability.
M&E support exercises through the provision of a number of skills sets for the MRX (Mission Rehearsal Exercise) and PTF (Prepositioned Training Fleet) contracts in Hohenfels, Grafenwoehr Germany and travel to support exercises throughout the EUCOM, AFRICOM, and CENTOM Areas of responsibility to perform field level maintenance services. The PTF site is operational 363 days 24/7 to support US Military and NATO exercises.
Key tasks performed include:
Issue and receipt of equipment
Tactical Vehicle Field Level Maintenance, unscheduled and scheduled, to Technical Manual (TM) -10/-20/-30 level in accordance with OEM manuals
Preparation of vehicles for special programs such as Chemical Agent Resistant Coating Painting, RESET, Modification.
Fuel testing dispensing operations
Transportation of fuel in accordance with ADR regulations
Skill sets provided so far include:
Ground Support Equipment Technicians (Generator Technicians)
Project Support Coordinators
Property and Material Managers
Health & Safety Specialists
Do you have any of the skills outlined above?
If so, and you are after a new challenge, do not hesitate to contact our team or have a browse through the vacancies page of our website. We also have a number of different blogs that detail what it’s like to work on the roles outlined above, such as working at the forefront of defence technology and what it’s like working in a contract role in Europe. We even interviewed Hilaire Benedict, our longest-standing contractor, to see what his experiences have been like!
Similarly, if you require any defence contractors to help you carry out any of the key tasks above, you can contact our team here.