Rodman and Chainman, Surveying (191) Enlisted Personnel

Works as a member of a field survey party engaged in the collection of data concerning terrain features and topographical measurements.
Holds a sight rod, level rod, or a stadia rod so that location lines, elevations of stations along the line, and approximate distances between stations can be determined. Takes linear measurements by means of steel tape. Carries equipment used by survey party such as level, sight and stadia rods, stakes, transits, and steel measuring tape. Clears right-of-way in advance of survey part by removing brush, trees, branches, and other obstacles, using ax, brush-hook, or bolo knife.