Job Description: Warehouse Clerks perform various duties within supply chain management to include receiving; inspecting; locating; storing; rotating; safekeeping; issuing; preparing; shipping; material return; care in storage; and disposal of supplies and equipment. These clerks maintain personal computer and mainframe locator systems in order to conduct inventories, maintain records of sub-custodied principal items, monitor shelf life items, input data entry transactions, and retrieval of historical records. All records must be maintained according to NARA-approved dispositions per references (cb) and (bp). They maintain hand held optical character recognition scanners, devices, and multimedia retrieval systems. These Marines are licensed to operate MHE (forklifts, tractors, etc.) and operate bulk and small parts conveyer systems used in warehousing operations. 

  • Branch Branch: Marines
  • Ratings Average Rating:
  • Desinnation Designation: 3051
  • Average Required Test Average Salary: $33,914
  • Entry Type Entry Type: Enlisted
  • Required Test ASVAB: CL: 95
  • Degree Degree: High School
  • Age Age: 17-29
  • Citizen Citizen: U.S. or Permanent Resident
  • Category Category: Supply Administration and Operations
Average Age
24 Average Age
Average Age
2,198 Number Employed
Average Age
5.0 YearsAverage Employment


Pros: Team-work, relationships with co-workers, work ethics, benefits

Cons: The way one is treated, very negative things that are said by higher-ups.

Location: Camp Pendleton, CA


Typical work day in supply consists of lining up for formation at 6 am but if there was PT the line up for formation would be earlier. And then going to work and checking the work load on stratis and then picking the gear for the work load. Then there would be another formation in the morning and then one prior to lunch time. When we returned from lunch we would continue our work load and if we finished early we would spend the rest of that time cleaning up the shop or other things that our NCO’s asked us to do. This would be a typical work day without PT. Our work day’s with PT (Physical training/running, etc) would be a much different schedule.