Military Skills Translator: Army Vehicle Mechanic

Army mechanic jacking vehicle.

If you're an Army wheeled vehicle mechanic (91B) looking for a job, check out your skills and the civilian jobs they're suited for, based on the MOS Skills Translator.

Army, 91B, Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

One of the biggest barriers to searching for jobs is understanding how the skills you learned in the military translate to the civilian workforce. features a powerful tool that breaks down the unique abilities inherent to any military occupational specialty (MOS) and tells you what keywords and terms to use in your resume, as well as suggested job openings.

Your Skills Breakdown:

  • Automotive environmental and safety regulations
  • Automotive/mobile equipment preventative maintenance
  • Blueprints/technical diagrams
  • Cargo handling
  • Driving/maneuvering skills
  • Hydraulics systems installation/repair
  • Industrial control systems
  • Industrial equipment maintenance and conditioning
  • Mechanical equipment/system installation/repair
  • Pneumatics equipment/system repair
  • Process analysis and improvement
  • Skill with hand tools or power tools

Civilian Job Suggestions

Maintenance Technician -- Buildings require constant maintenance, whether it's the plumbing, electricity or any other miscellaneous issue that can crop up. Maintenance technicians make sure that a building, whatever its function, is operational around the clock and serves its designated function.

Mechanic -- Anyone who loves working with cars and fixing problems should consider becoming a mechanic. Identifying issues, creating solutions and ultimately fixing a car can be very satisfying. This job requires extensive knowledge about the workings of automobiles and a knack for working with machinery.

Fabricator -- Creating raw and basic construction materials requires a great degree of skill and diligence. No matter how benign or simple the end result may seem, any error might ruin entire batches of product. The job isn't just about heavy lifting or pushing buttons: it requires careful monitoring, testing and calibration.

To narrow your search, check out some of the following companies that offer jobs in related industries:

American Commercial Lines

DynCorp International


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