Navy Construction Mechanic
Navy Construction Mechanic Manuals and Study Manuals
This CD has all 4 manuals you need to study for being a Navy Construction Mechanic that have been released by the US Navy.
Covers the simplest machine-levers; block and tackle; wheel and axle; inclined plane and wedges; screw and gears. Internal combustion engines and power trains have cursory coverage.
Construction Mechanic Basic, Volume 1
Construction Mechanic, Volume 01 consists of chapters covering technical administration, principles of an internal combustion engine, construction of an internal combustion engine, gasoline fuel systems, diesel fuel systems and cooling and lubricating systems.
Construction Mechanic Basic, Volume 2
Consists of eight chapters that cover basic automotive electricity; automotive electrical circuits and wiring; hydraulic and pneumatic systems; automotive clutches; transmissions; and transaxles; drive lines; differentials; drive axles and power train accessories; construction equipment power trains; brakes, and automotive chassis and body.
Construction Mechanic - Advanced
Describes the duties and responsibilities of the construction mechanic in a battalion or Public Works assignment. Their tasks concern procedures for conducting vehicle safety inspections and Battalion Equipment Evaluation Programs; overhauling internal combustion engines; and troubleshooting vehicle electrical systems, fuel systems, and power trains (including automatic transmissions), hydraulic systems, air-conditioning systems, and wheel and track alignment systems.