MQ-9 RPA Sensor Operator - 1U0X1 - Air Force Careers

Sensor Operators conduct reconnaissance and surveillance of potential targets and areas of interest. They detects, analyzes and discriminates between valid and invalid targets using synthetic aperture radar, electro-optical, low-light, and infrared full-motion video imagery, and other active or passive acquisition and tracking systems….

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Nondestructive Inspection - 2A7X2 - Air Force Careers

The primary duties of Nondestructive Inspection is to find anything that’s wrong with Air Force aerospace weapons. They inspect the weapon systems components and support equipment for structural integrity and perform fluid analysis. This may include inspecting metal engine parts for wear and tear, and checking that lubricating oil and other fluids are not seeping into any cracks.

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Emergency Management - 3E9X1 - Air Force Careers

Emergency Management airmen are tasked with preparing wartime and contingency response plans, and with researching and developing disaster preparedness plans with the goal of minimizing casualties and damage from natural disasters, military operations (including war) and major accidents, such as plane crashes. They're part of the teams that coordinate responses during disaster relief operations, including mobilizing resources and government organizations.

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Can you go to school while active duty?

Degrees and military needs, can they possibly coexist? The answer to your question is YES! With the needs of the military it may cause shift changes depending on your job, longer hours, or even time away from home station; but completing education while active duty is absolutely achievable.

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Air Traffic Control - 1C1X1 - Air Force Careers

Air Traffic Control airmen learn air traffic control principles and procedures, flight characteristics of aircraft, and international, federal and military air directives. They use aeronautical charts, maps, and publications in their daily work, to augment their use of radar and other navigational aids. They also have a working knowledge of meteorology and are well-versed in the principles of organization, purpose, operation, and management of all types of air traffic control facilities. 

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Aircraft Structural Maintenance - 2A7X3 - Air Force Careers

Aircraft Structural Maintainers assemble structural parts and components to meet requirements for preserving structural integrity and low observable qualities. They assess damage to aircraft structural components, low observable coatings , advises on structural and low observable repair, modification, and corrosion protection treatment with respect to original strength, weight, and contour to maintain structural and low observable integrity. T

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Aircraft Metals Technology - 2A7X1 - Air Force Careers

Aircraft Metals Technology airmen advises on metals machining, welding, designing, and production problems. Designs manufactures, or modifies special precision tools and fixtures to facilitate metalworking operations. Metals Technology airmen do calculations such as determining cutting speeds and settings, welding processes, and preheat and post heat requirements. They weld, braze, solder, and heat treat metals.

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Security Forces - 3P0X1 - Air Force Careers

Security Forces airmen are tasked with providing force protection duties, guarding weapons, air bases and Air Force personnel from possible dangers. The Security Forces main goal is to keep the people, planes, base, weapons (even nuclear), and the surrounding area safe from any threat, including the intrusion by unauthorized people. Security force members are essentially the military police within the Air Force and the branch's first line of defense.

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Logistics Plans - 2G0X1 - Air Force Careers

Job Description: Logistics Plans specialists ensure that equipment and personnel arrive at the designated location at the designated time. Logistics Planners consider all possible aspects, phases and contingencies while working in conjunction with other organizations to make sure every mission is safe, successful and goes according to plan. Overall, the career field is crucial to the mission and to the United States Air Force….

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Pararescue (PJ) - 1T2X1 - Air Force Careers (Special Operations)

Job Description: As a Pararescue specialist, you will be saving airmen in hostile or unreachable areas. Special Ops Air Force Pararescuemen rescue and medically treat downed military personnel all over the world. In this job you will be trained as parachutists, scuba divers and rock climbers, and even arctic-trained to access any environment to save a life when called to do so…

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Munitions Systems - 2W0X1 - Air Force Careers

Job Description: Munition System Technicians tests, processes and assembles nonnuclear munitions. They prepare and load munitions on aircrafts, check safe and arm mechanisms, install warheads, guidance units, fuses, arming wires, explosive bolts, squibs, strakes, wings, fins, control surfaces, and tracking flares as well as prepare, assemble and test aircraft rockets and loads in launchers…

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