As a 92A, I can tell you all kinds of things that you might do. What will you do? That's a little harder ... allow me to ramble for a bit :wink:
You are supply, but you only work with Class IX, which is vehicle repair parts. You could end up in the motor pool, where you will work with the ULLS system doing things like ordering parts, picking up parts, turning in parts, dispatching vehicles, updating the vehicle maintenance sheets, and several other paperwork related details.
Or, you could end up in a warehouse, where you will receive parts, log them into the SARSS system, find a place on the shelf to store them, pull them back off the shelf to ship them somewhere else, and a few other things.
Or, you could wind up in an MMC, or a CSSAMO or a few other places. But more than likely, I'll say you'll find yourself in the motor pool.
That's not a bad thing mind you, between my motor pool and warehouse experience, I've learned how to drive a Hummer, a 2 1/2 ton truck, a 5 ton cargo truck, a 5 ton bobtail with 30' and 40' trailer, a HEMTT, and every forklift from the 2 ton indoor forklift to the 50 ton RTCH.
If you have any other questions, you can Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.