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Air Force Enlisted Job Descriptions

AIRCREW OPERATIONS CAREER FIELD

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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jeffrey Brown
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The Aircrew Operations Career Field encompasses the functions of program formulating, policy planning, inspecting, training and directing, and performing combat and operations pertinent to enlisted primary aircrew activities. Included are supervising and performing primary aircrew duties pertinent to in-flight refueling systems; performing aircraft flight engineer activities; loading, restraining, and off-loading cargo on military aircraft; airdropping cargo and personnel; performing airborne communications systems operations activities; and performing aircrew duties associated with operating airborne command and control systems equipment. These duties include resolving airborne systems equipment technical problems that involve computer systems, radar and radio systems, and surveillance systems operations activities. The following is a complete listing of AFSCs for the Aircrew Operations Career Field.

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In-Flight Refueling

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Flight Engineer

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Aircraft Loadmaster

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Airborne Mission Systems

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Airborne Operations

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Flight Attendent

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Airborne Cryptologic Linguist

1A8X2
Airborn Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Operator

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Special Missions Aviation

 

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