I was always taught that you in-process newly received items that meet Plant and Minor Property Accounting thresholds, and end-process items that were accountable that are being turned in or sent to DRMO. But, that the owning Department Head had to sign for and accept responsibility for items in custody of his department?You'd best be VERY detail oriented and disciplined to be a PBO. You are pecuniarily liable for the stuff on your property book.
Well the USACE is rebuilding the entire base down there so they will need a new MASO soon.I held a similar role at Tyndall AFB called MASO or Munitions Accountable Systems Officer. Basically responsible for any explosive on the installation. It was a cool job until Hurricane Michael blew my munitions into the swamp..then it wasn't so cool any more
Luckily the installation commander did one mass ROS, after a month of us struggling to find munitions. I got out of there at my first opportunity. My guess is they will be finding explosives out there well into the future.Well the USACE is rebuilding the entire base down there so they will need a new MASO soon.
I bet you probably have had the experience of trying to account for a Tool Kit, Shop Equipment No 1 Common, plus all of the individual mechanic tool boxes.It was a full time job maintaining everything that I was signed for on a hand receipt. I didn't like it then and I know that I wouldn't be a good fit for the job. It would be a good job for a retired supply sgt.
Close enough though I never signed for a FSB "Base Maintenance" #1 Common. There are reasons why I am a happy camper now. No maintenance tents ect.I bet you probably have had the experience of trying to account for a Tool Kit, Shop Equipment No 1 Common, plus all of the individual mechanic tool boxes.
The component listing for that Shop Equipment Tool kit is a M'ther f'cker.