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MANUAL OF

NAVY ENLISTED MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATIONS


AND

OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS

VOLUME I

NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATIONS


(NECs)

NAVPERS 18068F

JANUARY 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards PART A


Page Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................i Promulgation Letter...................................................................................................................ii Summary of Changes .............................................................................................................. iii Listing of Publication Dates .......................................................................................................v Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 1 Naval Standards ...................................................................................................................... 7 Occupational Standards ........................................................................................ SEE PART B

Appendices

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A Criteria and Guidelines for Proposing Changes to the Enlisted Rating Structure ......................................................................................................................... A-1 B Occupational Fields and Associated Ratings .................................................................. B-1 C Navy Enlisted Billet Classification (NEBC) Structure ......................................................C-1 D Schedules for Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs) Revisions ......................................D-1 E Rating Advisors .............................................................................................................. E-1 F Criteria and Guidelines for Recommending Changes to Standards ................................ F-1

PART B
Occupational Standards (OCCSTD), Chapters 1- 79

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES
NAVPERS 18068F is published quarterly (JAN, APR, JUL, and OCT) to provide updated standards information in a timely manner. Specific revisions within Part A will be identified by yellow shaded print within the manual. In Part B, rating chapter cover pages are annotated with a specified change number (e.g., CH-33) if the rating was updated.

PART A CONTENTS
ADDITIONS None

REVISIONS APPENIX D, Schedules for Occupational Standards (OCCSTDS) Revisions, page App. D-1 and App. D-2

DELETIONS None

PART B OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS (OCCSTDs)


RATING / SERVICE RATING UPDATES Chapter None ShortTitle LongTitle

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PART B OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS (OCCSTDs) (contd)


RATING DELETIONS/DISESTABLISHMENTS Deleted ShortTitle Absorbed by Chapter ShortTitle

Chapter -

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RATING(S) / SERVICE RATING(S) ESTABLISHMENTS Chapter None ShortTitle Title

JOB CODE NAME CHANGE(S) Rating None Job Code New Title

NEW JOBS Rating None Job Code Title

JOB CODE DELETION(S) Rating Job Code Title

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LISTING OF PUBLICATION DATES

CHAPTER 1C 2E 3E 4D 5C 6A 7G 8C 9E 10D 11E 12F 13D 14D 15A 16D 17D 18D 19A 20A 20J 20G 20H 20I 21C 23B 28D 29F 30D 31D 32H 34E 35A 36A 37D 38F 39D 40C 42D

RATING AB AC AD AE AG SO AM AN AO AS AT AW AZ BM SB BU CE CM CN CTI CTR CTN CTT CTM DC MC EA EM EN EO ET FC FN EOD FT GM GS HM HT

REVISION NUMBER CH-41 CH-52 CH-51 CH-42 CH-41 CH-41 CH-53 CH-50 CH-49 CH-42 CH-56 CH-49 CH-42 CH-52 CH-41 CH-55 CH-55 CH-54 CH-49 CH-53 CH-49 CH-47 CH-51 CH-43 CH-55 CH-53 CH-43 CH-52 CH-54 CH-44 CH-44 CH-52 CH-38 CH-42 CH-55 CH-42 CH-40 CH-55

PUBLICATION DATE JAN 10 OCT 12 JUL 12 APR 10 JAN 10 JAN 10 JAN 13 APR 12 JAN 12 APR 10 OCT 13* JAN 12 APR 10 OCT 12 JAN 10 JUL 13 JUL 13 APR 13 JAN 12 JAN 13 JAN 12 JUL11 JUL12 JUL 10 JUL 13 JAN 13 JUL 10 OCT 12 APR 13 OCT 10 OCT 10 OCT 12 JAN 09 APR 10 JUL 13 APR 10 JUL 09 JUL 13

*Denotes change v

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CHAPTER 43D 44 45E 47 48C 49C 51F 52D 53D 54F 55D 56B 57G 57H 59E 64 65D 66D 67G 68B 69D 72F 73E 74E 75D 77D 79E

RATING IC ND IS LS LN MA MM MN MR CS MT MU NCC NCR OS PS PR QM IT RP SH SN STG STS SW UT YN

REVISION NUMBER CH-49 CH-37 CH-47 CH-55 CH-42 CH-37 CH-52 CH-56 CH-43 CH-54 CH-39 CH-56 CH-51 CH-55 CH-51 CH-56 CH-42 CH-52 CH-49 CH-37 CH-54 CH-52 CH-54 CH-56 CH-55 CH-52 CH-54

PUBLICATION DATE JAN 12 OCT 08 JUL 11 JUL13 APR 10 OCT 08 OCT 12 OCT 13* JUL 10 APR 13 APR09 OCT 13* JUL 12 JUL 13 JUL 12 OCT 13* APR 10 OCT 12 JAN 12 OCT 08 APR 13 OCT 12 APR 13 OCT 13* JUL 13 OCT 12 APR 13

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INTRODUCTION THE ENLISTED RATING STRUCTURE, NAVAL STANDARDS AND OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS

The Navy Enlisted Occupational Classification System (NEOCS) provides the means by which all Navy enlisted personnel are classified. To support enlisted personnel planning, procurement, training, promotion, distribution, assignment, and mobilization within that classification system, the Navy has established specific standards. The standards define minimum skill and knowledge requirements for enlisted personnel at each paygrade and within each career field. 1. Volume I, Part A of this manual contains an introductory overview of NEOCS, an explanation of Naval Standards (NAVSTDs) and Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs), and pertinent appendixes. 2. Volume I, Part B of this manual contains individual chapters with the OCCSTDs for each rating. Refer to Volume I, Part B, Cover Page for a listing of current chapters and revisions. 3. Volume II of this manual contains an explanation of the Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) structure, a listing of those NECs and related appendixes. 4. The standards and classifications in Volume I and II are important to all Navy personnel and commands. Familiarity with these standards and classifications will provide enlisted personnel and commands with a better understanding of an important part of the training, advancement, and distribution systems. 5. Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs) and Naval Standards (NAVSTDs) are gender neutral. NEOCS OVERVIEW The Navy Enlisted Occupational Classification System (NEOCS) consists of (1) the enlisted rating structure and (2) its supplement, the NEC structure. Special qualifications further complement both the enlisted rating structure and NEC structure. These special qualifications, found in the Naval Military Personnel Manual, NAVPERS 15560 series, identify and define requirements for specialized mission areas which cross broad occupational fields (e.g., submarine qualifications). 1. The enlisted rating structure consists of occupational fields (i.e., broad groupings of similar occupations), ratings (i.e., occupational specialties) and rates (i.e., a paygrade within a rating). This structure provides a framework for enlisted career development and advancement, and is the primary administrative means for classifying and identifying enlisted personnel. a. The enlisted rating structure provides: (1) A single, integrated structure for the Navy (Active and Reserve). This structure serves both peacetime and wartime needs and eliminates the need for extensive expansion and conversion of the classification system upon mobilization. (2) Specialization at appropriate petty officer levels to meet expanding technology, reduce training time, and improve the utilization of first enlistment personnel. (3) Senior petty officers with broad military and technical qualifications. 1 CH-56

b. The Secretary of the Navy approves the establishment and disestablishment of general and emergency ratings and general rates under the authority of Title 10 USC 6013. The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education), approves policy and modifications to existing ratings, including the establishment or disestablishment of service ratings. A NEOCS Board assists in the management of the NEOCS and serves as the central point for changes in rates, ratings, jobs, and NEC classifications. OPNAVINST 1223.1 series establishes the NEOCS Board and outlines its objectives, authority, and composition. Volume I, Part A, Appendix A of this manual contains the criteria and guidelines for proposing changes to the enlisted rating structure. c. The following paragraphs provide a brief description of major components of the enlisted rating structure: (1) Occupational fields are broad groupings of similar occupations used by manpower, personnel, and training managers to organize the analysis, management, and administration of Navy ratings. Occupational fields are also used to organize career guides and conversion manuals for use by counselors and Department of Defense managers. A listing of the occupational fields and their associated ratings are listed in Appendix B of this manual. (2) Ratings (general, service, and emergency) are broad enlisted career fields. They identify occupational specialties that encompass related aptitude, training, experience, knowledge, and skills for the purpose of career development and advancement. (a) General ratings identify personnel from paygrades E-4 through E-9. They provide the primary means of identifying billet requirements and personnel qualifications. Some ratings are combined at paygrade E-8 or E-9 to form broader career fields when the occupational content is similar. This provides for progressively higher levels and scopes of authority and responsibility (e.g., combination of Senior Chief Utilitiesman (UTCS) and Senior Chief Construction Electrician (CECS) to form the Master Chief Utilitiesman (UCCM)). (b) Service ratings are subdivisions of certain general ratings. They identify required specialization and specific areas of qualifications in the utilization and training of personnel. Service ratings permit optimum utilization of personnel and economy of training. (c) Emergency ratings are career fields encompassing skills or qualifications which do not require identification by a rating during peacetime, but are required in time of war. Currently, there are no emergency ratings. (3) Rates identify personnel occupationally by paygrades E-1 through E-9 and they reflect levels of aptitude, training, experience, knowledge, skill, and responsibility. Enlisted rates are divided into three groups: general rates (E-1 through E-3 apprenticeships), petty officers (E-4 through E-6), and chief petty officers (E-7 through E-9). (a) General rates are apprenticeships assigned to personnel at paygrades E-1 through E-3 to indicate their eligibility for entry into various ratings. These apprenticeships are: Airman (AN), Constructionman (CN), Fireman (FN), and Seaman (SN). ((1)) Non-designated strikers are personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-3 who are not yet designated to enter a specific rating. ((2)) Designated strikers are personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-3 who are identified as apprentices for a specific rating. Striker designation identifies the rating in which an apprentice 2 CH-48

has significant skills as a result of on-the-job experience or formal classroom training, and indicates basic occupational skills on a par with the minimum skills for paygrade E-4 in the rating for which identified. A rating abbreviation is added to an apprentice's general rate abbreviation to indicate the rating for which the individual is designated (e.g., a SN who demonstrates significant skills in the Electronics Technician (ET) rating would be designated by the rating abbreviation, ETSN). Further details on the identification of strikers in these apprenticeships are found in the Naval Military Personnel Manual, NAVPERS 15560 series. (b) Petty Officers (paygrades E-4, E-5, and E-6) are the technicians and work managers within ratings who possess increasing degrees of skill responsibility and authority as they advance in paygrade. Petty officers are capable of accomplishing tasks normal to their rating and paygrade and they provide the "hands on" skills required to maintain, repair, and operate systems and subsystems. (c) The Chief Petty Officers (CPO) (paygrades E-7, E-8, and E-9). ((1)) The Chief Petty Officers (CPO) (paygrades E-7) is the technical authority, expert, and supervisor within a rating. The CPO is capable of accomplishing all tasks normal to a rating using technical supervision, instruction, and training of lower rated personnel. ((2)) The Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO) (paygrade E-8) is the senior technical supervisor within a rating or occupational field with primary responsibilities for supervising and training enlisted personnel oriented to system and subsystem maintenance, repair, and operation. Based on wide ranging experience and specialized training, the SCPO provides the command with a higher level of technical and managerial expertise than is expected at the E-7 level. ((3)) The Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO) (paygrade E-9) is the senior enlisted petty officer in the United States Navy. As such, the MCPO is vested with special command trust and confidence extending to administrative and managerial functions involving enlisted personnel. Based upon experience, proven performance, and technical knowledge necessary for advancement to the grade of MCPO, individuals of that rate within a command hold the senior enlisted positions and contribute to forming as well as implementing policy within their occupational field or across the full Navy rating spectrum. (d) The title Command Master Chief does not reflect a paygrade higher than E-9 but does identify the MCPO who serves as the senior enlisted advisor to the command in formulating and implementing policies pertaining to the morale, utilization, and training of all enlisted personnel. As such, the Command Master Chief has direct access to the Commanding Officer. Additionally, the Command Master Chief is responsible for carrying out established command policy in specific areas as directed by the Commanding Officer and Executive Officer. The Command Master Chief takes precedence over all enlisted members within a command. 2. The Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) Structure supplements the enlisted rating structure by identifying a non-rating wide skill/knowledge/aptitude/qualification that must be documented to identify both people and billets for management purposes. Volume II of this manual contains a more detailed explanation of the NEC structure. 3. Enlisted management communities encompass both Navy ratings and NEC codes that individually or as a group form a Navy "community" for management purposes. These communities are used by managers for issues such as the distribution, retention or advancement of personnel. The career paths presented may also serve as a useful guidance tool for individuals planning career decisions.

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STANDARDS The term Standards as used in this manual is defined as the systematic listing of those minimum capabilities which the Navy expects and requires of individuals with each rating. Standards are generally expressed in terms of task statements (duties and responsibilities) and they represent the abilities, skills, and knowledge needed to accomplish those tasks, duties, and responsibilities. Within the Navy, these standards are divided into two categories: Naval Standards (NAVSTDs) and Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs). OCCSTDs and NAVSTDs are gender neutral. Collectively, these standards occupationally define the work performed by enlisted personnel. Both NAVSTDs and OCCSTDs are developed, revised, and maintained by the Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC). NAVMAC coordinates standards revisions Navy-wide. Appendix E is the list of Rating Advisors who are responsible for reviewing and approving of OCCSTDs. Appendix F of this manual contains the criteria and guidelines for recommending changes to the standards. 1. Naval Standards (NAVSTDs) are standards that generally express the non-rating specific skill and knowledge requirements for enlisted personnel in paygrades E-2 through E-9 (e.g., all E-6 personnel must know how to write enlisted performance evaluations). a. NAVSTDs together with occupational standards form the basis for implementing and supporting actions for enlisted manning, distribution, recruit training, military requirements training, and advancement. b. NAVSTDs are stated in the form of skill or knowledge statements to assist enlisted personnel, commanding officers, and personnel managers in identifying the basic military requirements for all enlisted personnel, paygrades E-2 through E-9. c. NAVSTDs express requirements for skill or knowledge and abilities which individuals must be proficient in even though their present duty assignment may not require the use of that skill or knowledge. Enlisted personnel are required to demonstrate the capability to perform a skill or their attainment of knowledge described by a Naval Standard as part of their advancement process. d. The more routine skill or knowledge requirements described by NAVSTDs are at the lower paygrades. Those skill or knowledge statements requiring additional experience or involving leadership or supervision are at progressively higher paygrades. e. NAVSTDs include, at the appropriate paygrades, specific knowledge requirements in the areas of security and safety. f. The following NAVSTDs format is used in this manual: (1) They are grouped under Apprentices (paygrades E-2 and E-3) and Petty Officer Third Class (paygrade E-4) through Master Chief Petty Officer (paygrade E-9). (2) Functional areas are used to provide a standardized grouping of similar NAVSTDs for the various paygrades. 2. Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs) express the Navy's minimum requirements for enlisted occupational skills established by manpower and personnel managers. They, along with NAVSTDs, form the basis for implementing and supporting actions for enlisted manning, distribution, training, and advancement. OCCSTD tasks are referred to as CORE tasks in the chapters published in this manual. NON-CORE tasks are also included in some updated Occupational Rating Standards in order to better define the work being

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performed by the fleet which is not required of all rating personnel (e.g., NEC, collateral duties, watches, etc.). Due to the specialized nature and the smaller percentage of sailors performing NON-CORE tasks, these tasks will not be used during advancement exam development. These enhanced documents are designed to aid the Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education (MPTE) community with the transition to a competency based workforce. a. OCCSTD skills required of rates and ratings are stated in the form of task statements to assist enlisted personnel, commanding officers, manpower managers, and personnel managers in identifying the basic occupational content of rates and ratings. Some OCCSTDs require successful completion of specific skills tests. b. OCCSTDs state what enlisted personnel must do in their rate or rating. The knowledge required to perform a task is inherent to the proper performance of the task. Development of specific knowledge to support OCCSTDs falls under the purview of Navy training commands. c. OCCSTDs are minimum essential tasks and general responsibility levels required of a majority of personnel in a rate. Although they may not be performed by the majority of personnel in a rate at any given time, they are still applied to all members of a rate. The more routine tasks are at the lower paygrades. The more difficult tasks and tasks requiring additional experience or involving leadership and supervision are at progressively higher paygrades. d. OCCSTDs do not limit the utilization of personnel or ratings as to performance of duty. Personnel of any rate or rating may be required by higher authority to perform any task or duty, depending on local circumstance. e. OCCSTDs generally exclude the broad area of security. All Navy personnel are responsible for the security regulations in DoD Publication 5200.1-R, OPNAVINST 5510 series, and items on security which are described by the NAVSTDs in this manual. Specific security related OCCSTDs are included in those ratings requiring special emphasis on security. f. OCCSTDs contain no specific reference to safety or Operational Risk Management (ORM) in the performance of required tasks. Observing safety precautions and practicing risk management is inherent to the satisfactory performance of a task. g. The following OCCSTDs format is used in this manual: (1) Title, abbreviation, and specialty mark identified with the rating. (2) Rating Scope is a brief statement of the occupational content of general and service ratings. The scope is all encompassing and includes responsibilities normal to the rating. (3) Career Pattern is a diagram of the normal advancement path from apprentice to master chief petty officer. (4) Directives information on Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories. (5) Rating entry requirements (MILPERSMAN 1306-618) describe the special physical, citizenship, security, and other requirements for the rating, if applicable. (6) Safety Statement is a universal self-explanatory statement for all ratings.

5 CH-56 h. OCCSTDs, together with NAVSTDs, are patterned to present the total career progression from paygrades E-4 through E-9 for general ratings and service ratings. For example: (1) The general rating of Boatswain's Mate (BM) has no service ratings. The BM OCCSTDs commence at paygrade E-4 and progress through paygrade E-9. (2) The general rating of Aviation Boatswain's Mate (AB) and its three service ratings, ABE, ABF, and ABH have individual OCCSTDs at paygrades E-4 through E-8 and common AB OCCSTDs at paygrade E-9. 3. Job specific tasks (NON-CORE) express additional requirements for enlisted occupational skills expected from a sailor performing in a specific job or billet. They, along with NEC specific tasks, form the basis for implementing and supporting actions for enlisted manning, distribution, training, and advancement.

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NAVAL STANDARDS
E1 through E9
Naval standards are skills and knowledges, other than those defined by occupational standards, which are essential to the overall effectiveness of enlisted personnel in the performance of duty. They encompass military requirements; essential virtues of pride of service in support of oath of enlistment; maintenance of good order and discipline; and basic skills and knowledges, pertaining to the wellbeing of Navy personnel, which directly contribute to the mission of the Navy.

CONTENTS Functional Areas ........................................................................................................................... Paygrade Apprentice (E-1) ............................................................................................................................ Apprentice (E-2) ............................................................................................................................ Apprentice (E-3) ............................................................................................................................ Petty Officer Third Class (E-4) ...................................................................................................... Petty Officer Second Class (E-5) .................................................................................................. Petty Officer First Class (E-6) ....................................................................................................... Chief Petty Officer (E-7) ................................................................................................................ Senior Chief Petty Officer (E-8)..................................................................................................... Master Chief Petty Officer (E-9) ....................................................................................................

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Type Change legend: A ......................................................................................................................Added/New Task R ........................................................................................................................... Revised Task F .......................................................................................................... Functional Area Change D ....................................................................................................................................... Delete P .................................................................................................................... Paygrade Change P/F .......................................................................... Paygrade Change / Functional Area Change R/F ................................................................................. Revised Task / Functional Area Change R/P .......................................................................................... Revised Task / Paygrade Change R/F/P ............................................. Revised Task / Functional Area Change / Paygrade Change Left Blank .................................................................................................................... No Change

NAVAL STANDARDS (NAVSTDS) FUNCTIONAL AREAS


R A. B. C. D. R D E. F. G. H. I. J. K. R L. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL SEAMANSHIP DRILL AND FORMATION UNIFORMS FORCE PROTECTION WATCHSTANDING (deleted; tasks absorbed into FA A) COMMUNICATIONS SHIPS & AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS SAFETY FIRST AID & HEALTH SURVIVAL CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR AND HIGH-YIELD EXPLOSIVES (CBRNE) DAMAGE CONTROL MATERIAL PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE MILITARY JUSTICE CAREER INFORMATION TRAINING MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION SEA POWER CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND COURTESIES ORGANIZATION LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS SECURITY REQUIREMENTS PROGRAMS AND POLICIES HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

M. R N. O. P. Q. R. S. T. U. V. W. X. Y. Z.

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Naval Standards by Functional Area Type Change P/F P R/F/P

A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A023 Stand non-petty officer military watches A024 Stand lookout watches A290 Know the eleven general orders of a sentry B. SEAMANSHIP B273 Know the terminology used in deck and boat seamanship D. UNIFORMS D556 Maintain grooming standards E. FORCE PROTECTION E610 Understand and execute responsibilities during each Force Protection Condition (FPCON) posture G. COMMUNICATIONS G611 Understand responsible use of social media I. SAFETY I309 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of steam I312 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of personnel aloft or over the side I313 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of voids, tanks, and closed compartments I327 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of shipyards and dry docks J. FIRST AID & HEALTH J346 Administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) K. SURVIVAL

P P P P

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Perform floating technique using buoyant debris such as shoring and buckets

P/R

M. DAMAGE CONTROL M410 Know the required contents and the proper use of required contents in a shipboard Damage Control (DC) locker N. MATERIAL PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE N077 Identify fixtures, devices and surfaces to which paint or liquid cleaners should not be applied N634 Clean, paint, and/or preserve required surfaces P. CAREER INFORMATION P454 Know the requirements for Enlisted Warfare Specialist designations P639 Know the purpose and procedures of the enlisted retention board P640 Know the purpose and procedures of the Perform To Serve (PTS) program P642 Maintain Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) account Q. TRAINING Q657 Understand the basic use of computer applications to include word processors, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, email, and electronic calendars

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Naval Standards by Functional Area Type Change P P P P P P P P P P P P A

T. CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND COURTESIES T481 Know the procedures for conducting colors T483 Handle the ensign and jack T484 Know how, when, and to whom the hand salute is rendered T485 Perform military courtesies when boarding and leaving a Naval vessel T486 Perform military courtesies when crossing or being in the vicinity of the quarterdeck T487 Perform military courtesies when the national ensign passes, the National Anthem, or the Navy Service song is played T491 Perform military courtesies when honors are being rendered T492 Perform military courtesies when a Foreign National Anthem is played T558 Perform courtesies afforded junior, midgrade, and senior enlisted/officers T580 Know national ensign etiquette T581 Know the traditions related to uniforms and navy jargon (scuttlebutt, head, etc.) T592 Know the Pledge of Allegiance T665 Know the National Anthem V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V499 Explain the purpose of followership and leadership V502 Describe the authority and responsibility of a Petty Officer, Chief Petty Officer, and Officer X. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS X244 Understand security requirements regarding visitors with and without visit clearances X247 Understand the basic policies of the Department of the Navy (DON) information and personnel security program

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P/R P/R

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Naval Standards by Functional Area Type Change A

A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A272 State the purpose and content of the watch, quarter, and station bill A602 Understand duties and responsibilities of an Armed Sentry B. SEAMANSHIP B276 Tie four basic knots: bowline, clove hitch, square knot, and bowline on a bight

C. DRILL AND FORMATION C007 Execute individual positions and facing movements C584 Know procedures for close order drill D. UNIFORMS D013 Identify insignias and collar devices of U.S. Navy enlisted rates and ratings D014 Identify insignia and corps devices of U.S. Navy Officers D015 Properly wear and maintain navy enlisted uniforms D016 Identify paygrade insignias of other U.S. Armed Services D278 Know the purpose of and qualifications required to earn and wear the service stripes D279 Know the regulations concerning Common Access Card (CAC) military identification and ID tags (dog tags) D280 Know the regulations for wearing authorized military awards and breast insignias D282 Prepare and maintain a seabag E. FORCE PROTECTION E020 Effectively operate service pistol, service rifle and shotgun E021 Know the basic procedure to clear and safe a weapon E287 Know the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), required when firing small arms or in the vicinity of personnel who are firing small arms E523 Know the safeguards against terrorism while traveling and in foreign countries E524 Know the basic requirements and procedures pertaining to a bomb threat E583 Know the safeguards against acts of terrorism and victimization G. COMMUNICATIONS G034 Use standard procedures and phraseology on interior communications equipment (soundpowered telephones, intercoms, etc.) G035 Break-out, man, test, and secure sound-powered telephones G036 Use proper procedures for communications security G292 Pronounce numbers and phonetic alphabet H. SHIPS & AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS H038 Identify major types of ships and aircraft of the U.S. Navy H039 Identify the nomenclature of superstructures and components of the ship's hull H293 Know the general characteristics and missions of U.S. Navy ships and aircraft H601 Locate decks and compartments using ship compartment lettering and numbering systems I. SAFETY I040 Use and maintain Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (less damage control/firefighting equipment) I295 Know the hazards of using Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Potassium bicarbonate (Purple-K Powder (PKP)), and Halon as fire extinguishing agents I296 Know the precautions when handling and stowing fire extinguishers I297 Know the dangers involved when handling a charged fire hose

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Naval Standards by Functional Area Type Change

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R R R

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I. SAFETY (contd) I299 Know the dangers of energizing and using electrical equipment in a space filled with explosive vapors I300 Know the safety precautions to be used when embarked in small boats I301 Know the safety precautions to be used when involved in sporting and recreational events I302 Know the hazards and safety precautions when working in the vicinity of flight deck operations I303 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of acids, bases, and flammable liquids I304 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of pyrotechnics I305 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of electrical and electronic equipment I306 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of compressed gases I307 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of compressed air I308 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of liquids under pressure I310 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of lifelines, ladders, and scaffolding I311 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of heavy weight and moving equipment I314 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of cutting and welding operations I315 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of power tools I316 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of antennas I317 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of suspended loads I318 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of fiberglass and asbestos I319 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of high noise levels I320 Know line handling procedures and precautions when working with or in the vicinity of lines under tension I321 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of rotating machinery I324 Know the safety precautions when working with or in the vicinity of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) I326 Know the safety precautions and danger areas when working with or in the vicinity of aircraft I329 Know the safety precautions for operating motor vehicles and motorcycles I330 Know how to report safety hazards and violations I331 Know the purpose and procedures of the navy tag-out system I333 Know the basic safety rules in handling fire arms I338 Know the purpose of the Navy's Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) program I615 Identify and integrate Operations Risk Management (ORM) concepts J. FIRST AID & HEALTH

R R R

J341 J342 J344 J345 J347 J348 J349 J350 J351 J352

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Know how to apply a battle dressing Know how to control external bleeding with direct pressure Know the symptoms of, and first-aid treatment for open and closed fractures, strains and sprains, and dislocations Know the symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse Know how to transport an injured person Explain the benefits of abstinence and barrier devices for reproductive health Explain the purpose, general rules, and limitations of first-aid Identify the signs and symptoms of shock Know the procedures for rescuing a person in contact with an energized source Identify the signs and symptoms of heat injuries

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J. FIRST AID & HEALTH (contd) J353 Identify the signs and symptoms of a burn J354 Maintain sanitary conditions in and around living and working spaces J355 Identify activities that maintain good personal hygiene, health, and fitness J356 Know the procedures for maintaining good dental (oral) hygiene J357 Know how to administer the abdominal/chest thrust (Heimlich Maneuver) J358 Know how to administer artificial ventilation by mouth-to-mouth and alternate methods J359 Identify the signs and symptoms of cold injuries J579 Identify suicidal thoughts or actions in others and self J618 Treat a patient with a heat injury J619 Know how to treat a burn J620 Know how to control external bleeding with a tourniquet J621 Know how to treat a person in shock J622 Know how to treat a person for electrical shock J623 Know how to treat a patient with a cold injury J624 Explain how to prevent shock J625 Explain the signs and symptoms of sexually transmitted disease infection J626 Identify a person suffering from an altered mental status J627 Identify a person suffering from suspected poisoning J629 Seek help for a person expressing suicidal thoughts or actions J630 Use protection to prevent pregnancy J631 Use protection to prevent sexually transmitted diseases K. SURVIVAL K057 Demonstrate technique for swimming through burning fuel, oil, and debris K058 Enter water from a height of ten feet using abandon ship procedures K059 Perform third class swimmer qualifications K361 Egress from working, berthing, and General Quarters (GQ) spaces K362 Know how to use clothing and buoyant objects to stay afloat K363 Know how to care for and use personal floatation devices K365 Describe method used to don and adjust CO2 inflatable and inherently buoyant life preserver K366 Describe functional characteristics of CO2 inflatable life preserver K368 Know the methods and procedures for abandoning ship K369 Know how to use lifeboats and associated survival gear K370 Know the responsibilities and authority of the senior person in a survival situation L. CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR AND HIGH-YIELD EXPLOSIVES (CBRNE) L371 Understand maintenance and use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) protective equipment L372 Know how to use equipment and clothing to protect against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) L373 Know the markers used to indicate Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and HighYield Explosives (CBRNE) contamination L375 Know the dissemination methods of and decontamination procedures for chemical and biological agents L376 Know the procedures for personnel decontamination L377 Know the symptoms of and the first-aid methods to counter the effects of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) L381 Know the procedures for protection afforded by each level of Mission Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) L382 Know the meaning of the terms: radiac, radiation dose, radiation dose rate, safe stay time, and material condition of "Circle William"

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M. DAMAGE CONTROL M067 Locate damage control fittings and equipment within compartments using compartment checkoff lists M069 Set and maintain primary and secondary fire, smoke, and flooding boundaries M070 Properly operate portable and installed shipboard fire extinguishing systems and equipment M071 Know the procedures for operation of portable and installed dewatering equipment M072 Properly don and operate a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) M386 Know the hazards associated with firefighting M387 Know how to determine the four classes of fire M388 Know the recommended extinguishing agents for each class of fire M389 Know the function and use of the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) M390 Know the fire triangle and fire tetrahedron in terms of fire prevention and firefighting M391 Know the conditions that cause spontaneous combustion M392 Know how to prevent fires through good housekeeping practices M393 Know how to report a fire or other casualties M395 Know the purpose for compartmentation and its use in maintaining watertight integrity M396 Know the procedures for breaking watertight integrity and darken ship M398 Know how to use and stow Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD) and/or Emergency Air Breather (EAB) devices M399 Know the duties and responsibilities of a repair party M400 Know the shipboard piping identification coding system M401 Know the purpose and precedence of shipboard emergency alarms M402 Know what actions to take when emergency alarms are sounded M404 Know the letters, symbols, conditions, purpose, and how to set material conditions of readiness M405 Know the procedures for operation of portable and installed shipboard fire extinguishing systems M407 Know the damage control organization M408 Know the methods and procedures for communications in a damage control situation M409 Know how to locate shipboard damage control lockers and equipment M411 Know the duties and responsibilities of a damage control emergency party M632 Know how to establish a safe route during casualty situations M633 Know how to stow all damage control equipment N. MATERIAL PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE N416 Know the purposes of cleaning and preservation O. MILITARY JUSTICE O082 Inform Chain of Command on matters pertaining to good order and discipline O421 Know the purpose of good order and military discipline O422 Understand the authority and function of Military Police, Shore Patrol, Chief of the Guard, and Armed Sentries O423 Know the content and responsibilities stated in Article (i) through (vi) of the Code of Conduct for members of the Armed Forces of the United States O424 Know the general content of Navy Regulations, Chapter 8 (Articles 0801-0803, 0810-0816, 0825-0826, 0829-0830, 0834 and a0847) and Chapter 10 O425 Know the general content of Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) Articles 2, 3, 7-15, 25, 27, 31(b), 37, 55, 77-134, 137-138 O426 Know the types of courts-martial O430 Know the procedures for redress of grievances O635 Know the purpose of the liberty risk program

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P. CAREER INFORMATION P084 Provide enlisted evaluation report input sheet (brag sheet) P432 Know the purpose and procedures of a Career Development Board (CDB) P433 Know the purpose of various force shaping programs P434 Know the requirements for advancement of Professional Apprentice Career Track (PACT) personnel P435 Know the purpose of the enlisted performance evaluation system P436 Know the opportunities for education and training P437 Know how to manage personal finances P438 Know military pay entitlements and the contents of leave and earning statements P439 Know the benefits of government insurance P440 Know the rights, privileges, and benefits afforded to family members P441 Know the procedures and regulations governing leave and liberty requests P442 Know how to prepare and route liberty requests P444 Know the types of duty classification codes P445 Know the contents of and how to access the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) and Electronic Service Record (ESR) P446 Know the requirements for the good conduct medal P447 Know the requirements for and the benefits and consequences of various types of military discharges P448 Know the policy regarding personal responsibilities and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse P449 Describe the role of the Command Drug and Alcohol Programs Advisor (DAPA) P450 Know the programs that lead to Navy Officer commissions P455 Know the options for special programs and/or assignments P466 Know the roles and functions of Master Chief Petty Officer of The Navy (MCPON), Fleet/Force (FLTCM/FORCM) and Command Master Chief (CMDCM) P576 Know the function of the Command Career Counselor (CCC) P636 Know how to prepare leave requests via the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) P641 Know the purpose, components, and links to Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) and Naval Personnel Command (NPC) websites Q. TRAINING Q094 Maintain qualification records Q469 Describe the function of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS) system Q577 Describe the function of the departmental and division training petty officer Q578 Describe the function of the Educational Services Officer (ESO) Q646 Be familiar with the purpose And utilization of the Learning and Development Road-Map (LADR) Q651 Explain the procedures to access your Learning and Development Road-Map (LADR) R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R105 Perform the basic procedures outlined in the Maintenance and Material Management (3M) R474 Describe the purpose of the Maintenance And Material Management (3M) systems S. SEA POWER S476 Know general Naval history and the evolution of today's Navy S478 Know the components of United States sea power: Navy, Merchant Marine, Coast Guard, and Military Sealift Command

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T. CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND COURTESIES T666 Understand the meaning and recite the Sailor's Creed U. ORGANIZATION U493 Explain the purpose and function of the Chain of Command U494 Summarize scope and purpose of the Standard Organization And Regulations Manual (SORM) of the U.S. Navy U495 Review the content of the Command's Standard Organization And Regulations Manual (SORM) V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V500 Describe the concepts of Navy core values W. INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS W505 Know the general provisions of the Geneva Convention concerning treatment and rights of Prisoners of War W507 Know the general provisions of the Law of Armed Conflict X. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS X509 Know the basic security policies, requirements and procedures for handling classified material and information X520 Know the basic security requirements and procedures pertaining to Information Systems (IS) security X521 Know the basic security requirements and procedures pertaining to telephone security X677 Know the difference between official and unofficial Internet-based Capability (IbC ) posts X679 Know the responsibilities in handling command critical information X680 Understand and employ Operations Security (OPSEC) Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y525 Know the purpose of the Navys sponsor program Y526 Know the purpose of the health and physical readiness program Y527 Know the provisions of the privacy act Y528 Know the definition of and policies pertaining to sexual harassment Y529 Know the standards of conduct and professional ethics Y530 Know the provisions of the Navy's integrity and efficiency program (fraud, waste, and abuse) Y531 Know the procedures for state and national voting Y532 Know the policy for equal opportunity and human rights Y534 Know the policy on fraternization Y535 Know the purpose of the Navys energy conservation program Y537 Know the controls for environmental conditions and pollution (plastics at sea, ozone depletions, etc.) Y539 Know the provisions of the family ombudsman program Y552 Know the sources of information concerning services available to single sailors and Navy families Y555 Know the basic fundamentals of Quality Assurance (QA) Y590 Know how to communicate with elected officials Y591 Know the purpose of the Navys religious program Y681 Know the function of the command Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA) Y682 Know the policy for trafficking in persons Y683 Know the Navy's zero tolerance policy Y684 Know the reporting procedures for sexual assault Y685 Describe a Sailor's responsibility when seeking a request for religious accommodation

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Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES (contd) Y686 Describe the Department of the Navys (DON) policy on accommodation of religious practices Y698 Know the purpose of the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Y699 Know the purpose of the Navys mentorship program Y700 Know the purpose of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program Y701 Know the purpose of the Victim and Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) Y703 Know U.S. Naval Regulations on tattoos, body art, and brands Y707 Describe the Department of the Navys (DON) hazing policy Z. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Z041 Utilize the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), labels, signs, and symbols to clearly and properly identify Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Z269 Dispose of used absorbents (speedy dry, rags, etc.) Z335 Know the proper procedures for and associated safety precautions when working with Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Z420 Know the proper procedures for and associated safety precautions when in the vicinity of the removal, handling, or stowage Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Z559 Clean and properly dispose of used, excess, or spilled Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) and associated containers Z705 Know the purpose of a Ships Hazardous Materials List (SHML)

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A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A291 Know the Command's watch organization D. UNIFORMS D283 Know the regulations for upkeep, wearing, and marking of organizational and special clothing D605 Define the terms conspicuous, conservative, and faddish as they apply to navy uniforms J. FIRST AID & HEALTH J628 Report people exhibiting signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol misuse P. CAREER INFORMATION P083 Update Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID) preferences P451 Know the requirements for advancement in rate and selection of Petty Officers (PO) P452 Know how to apply for requisitions via the Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID) P453 Know the programs for awards, commendations, and personnel recognition P459 Know the incentives for reenlistment and special duty P462 Know the roles and functions of the Chief Petty Officer (CPO), Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO), and Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO) Q. TRAINING Q648 Describe the procedures to access your Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) Q653 Identify opportunities for voluntary education R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R103 Maintain logs and files S. SEA POWER S477 Know the U.S. Navy's peacetime and wartime roles, missions, responsibilities, and challenges Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y693 Explain how an individuals role in Operations Risk Management (ORM) is vital to mission success Z. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Z415 Know how to clean and stow painting equipment

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A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A025 Stand Petty Officer military watches (Petty Officer of the Watch, Master-At-Arms, Chief of the Guard, Shore Patrol, etc.) D. UNIFORMS D281 Know the regulations concerning grooming standards D284 Know how to wear Petty Officer (PO) insignias D604 Define organizational clothing D609 Describe the uniform requirements while traveling I. SAFETY I047 Supervise work center and job site safety I048 Instruct personnel in work-related hazards, safety precautions, and in the use and maintenance of personal protective equipment and clothing I617 Know the purpose for Operational Risk Management (ORM) and implement in planning evolution/tasks M. DAMAGE CONTROL M068 Make damage control closure log entries O. MILITARY JUSTICE O428 Know the proceedings leading to Captains Mast P. CAREER INFORMATION P092 Assist in indoctrinating newly reporting personnel P456 Know the function and use of the Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes Q. TRAINING Q095 Supervise a divisional Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) system Q647 Describe the Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) program Q650 Explain procedures to submit college transcripts or other course documents for inclusion in your smart transcript, electronic service record, or electronic training jacket Q652 Explain the purpose of General Military Training (GMT) Q654 Identify the requirements for Tuition Assistance (TA) R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R104 Requisition supplies and material through the navy supply system R107 Maintain manuals, publications, and directives R115 Prepare Naval correspondence R475 Explain the responsibility of signature (by direction) authority R660 Identify the components of a naval message T. CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND COURTESIES T587 Know the traditions related to ceremonies and honors V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V146 Translate assignments from the immediate supervisor into specific tasks for subordinates (repair team, work party, watch, etc.) V148 Determine availability of supplies, equipment, and tools required by subordinates V151 Ensure that subordinates are using Operational Risk Management (ORM) while accomplishing task V152 Assess and document progress of subordinates job performance V153 Give subordinates immediate feedback on performance

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION (contd) V360 Recognize common suicidal ideations and understand proper response procedures V154 Evaluate completed assignments of subordinates for quality, completeness, and timeliness V155 Report job progress to immediate supervisor V156 Evaluate subordinates suggestions to improve job performance and make appropriate recommendations to immediate supervisor V157 Apprise immediate supervisors of subordinates performance V158 Resolve conflicts or differences between subordinates V164 Direct daily work center assignments V185 Provide rating specific expertise to subordinates V501 Identify the fundamentals of leadership V503 Explain Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) program and policies V540 Know the benefits of pride, professionalism, personal excellence and community support programs V542 Know the Petty Officer's responsibility in the Navy's Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) and the role and responsibility of the Command's Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA) V564 Explain Department of the Navys (DON) Process Improvement strategy for mission readiness V596 Participate in Process Improvement activities V597 Participate as a team member of a Process Improvement team Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y689 Describe the meaning of risk to mission, risk to force, and risk to self

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A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A002 Maintain a divisional watch, quarter, and station bill C. DRILL AND FORMATION C563 Perform military courtesies as a formation leader D. UNIFORMS D603 Identify uniform inventory requirements for seabag inspections E. FORCE PROTECTION E242 Train personnel in the safeguards against acts of terrorism and victimization E565 Train personnel in procedures pertaining to bomb threats I. SAFETY I045 Perform duties of a divisional Safety Petty Officer I049 Conduct safety awareness training I340 Know the purpose and function of the Command's safety council and safety committee I612 Know the Navy's Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) program reference to forces afloat or ashore maintenance procedures I613 Describe the four principles of Operational Risk Management (ORM) I614 Describe the three levels of Operational Risk Management (ORM) I616 Identify the five steps in the deliberate Operational Risk Management (ORM) process P. CAREER INFORMATION P090 Provide career information to junior personnel P463 Know the procedures for advancing and selecting of Chief Petty Officer (CPO), Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO), and Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO) P464 Understand the fleet reserve, High Year Tenure (HYT), and retirement programs P637 Know sponsorship and execute duties of a sponsor P644 Perform the duties and responsibilities of a mentor Q. TRAINING Q093 Train personnel using demonstration, discussion, and lecture methods Q096 Perform the duties and responsibilities of a Training Petty Officer R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R123 Prepare and present briefings R473 Identify who is authorized to sign official navy documents R664 Understand the duties of the Leading Petty Officer (LPO) U. ORGANIZATION U496 Identify the names, abbreviations, and state the mission of major commands within the Department of the Navy, shore establishments, and operating forces U498 Describe the mission and function of: the President, Secretary of Defense, Secretaries of the Military departments, Chairman and Joint Chiefs of Staff, unified and specified commands of the U.S. Armed Forces V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V113 Supervise individuals assigned extra military instruction, extension of working hours, and withholding of privileges V160 Translate daily work requirements from immediate supervisor into specific assignments for work centers

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION (contd) V163 Coordinate availability of tools, supplies, equipment, and parts to perform tasks V165 Evaluate subordinate qualifications to perform tasks V166 Counsel subordinates on professional performance V167 Recommend formal reward or recognition for subordinates V169 Develop and publish daily work schedules for shifts, offices, or work centers V173 Assess and report material and personnel readiness for shifts, offices, or work centers V188 Provide leadership in support of command management policies V669 Conduct quarters (muster, instruction, inspection, and Sailor's creed) V672 Counsel subordinates on personal performance V674 Prepare for command inspections V676 Supervise the divisional Job Qualification Requirements (JQR) and Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS) systems Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y548 Know the Command Assessment Team (CAT) process Y549 Know the Command Training Team (CTT) process Y567 Provide information services available to single Sailors and Navy families Y704 Supervise integrity and efficiency programs (fraud, waste, and abuse) Y712 Know the component programs of Brilliant on the Basics Y708 Describe the Department Of the Navy (DON) suicide prevention policy

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A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A001 Prepare a divisional watch, quarter, and station bills A003 Assign personnel to a watch, quarter, and station bill A027 Stand duty as a Section Leader A028 Stand watch as a Divisional Duty Officer A033 Coordinate enlisted watchbills C. DRILL AND FORMATION C011 Prepare personnel for presentation at inspections, quarters, and ceremonial events C012 Present personnel at inspections, quarters, and ceremonial events D. UNIFORMS D017 Conduct seabag inspections D018 Conduct personnel inspections N. MATERIAL PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE N076 Maintain and inventory equipment and material used for preparing and painting a surface O. MILITARY JUSTICE O427 Know the purpose of the report of disposition and offense P. CAREER INFORMATION P085 Provide information on financial management to junior personnel P089 Know the contents of the Electronic Service Record (ESR) P091 Provide financial management information and referrals P461 Know how to apply for Limited Duty Officer (LDO) and Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) commissioning programs P638 Explain the purpose of various career management programs (continuation boards, Fleet Rating Identification Engine (FLT RIDE), Career Reenlistment Objectives (CREO) groups, Career Development Boards (CDB), etc.) P643 Participate in a Career Development Boards (CDB) Q. TRAINING Q097 Plan and direct personnel training Q101 Provide input to command indoctrination and training programs Q649 Describe the role of coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions (CSADD) in the command's training program R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R112 Prepare enlisted performance evaluations R114 Perform the duties of the Leading Petty Officer (LPO) R594 Know how to coordinate information with other departments, services, and government agencies R659 Draft, edit, and forward recommendations for formal awards and recognition R661 Prepare Temporarily Assigned Duty (TAD) orders and vouchers on the Navy's Defense Travel System (DTS) program T. CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND COURTESIES T588 Know the procedures for ceremonial events (Change of Command, retirements, etc.) V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V162 Evaluate specific assignments to determine timelines and required resources V175 Prioritize overall job tasks for shifts, offices or work centers

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION (contd) V181 Recommend subordinates for assignment to command or departmental collateral duties V183 Draft recommendations for award/recognition for assigned subordinates V189 Translate command or departmental instructions and documents into division work requirements V190 Review operational schedules to build division work schedules and timelines V192 Prioritize overall division tasking V198 Delegate authority to subordinates to perform division functions V206 Develop Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) V219 Review operational schedules to build department work schedules and timelines V226 Monitor department programs (quality assurance, training, safety, etc.) V237 Counsel enlisted personnel on personal and professional matters V238 Refer personnel with problems beyond the capability of the command to appropriate resources V550 Know the purpose of the Casualty Assistance Calls Officer (CACO) V566 Explain the Department of the Navy's (DON) primary strategy for improving mission readiness V670 Conduct semi-annual performance counseling to personnel V671 Counsel enlisted personnel on professional performance V673 Prepare evaluations for junior personnel V675 Provide counsel and supervision of the Perform To Serve (PTS) program within the division/department Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y690 Describe the methods for making informed risk decisions, including understanding risk control types, the effects of controls, and the understanding of residual risk Y697 Identify the key personnel and their responsibilities in integrating risk management within the unit Y702 Know the supervisors role in managing risk Y709 Identify the most prevalent factors in perpetration of sexual assault incidents Y710 Identify command response procedures of sexual assault incidents Y711 Know procedures for conducting Zone Inspections Z. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Z078 Identify types of preservative coatings and the surface upon which they are used

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A. WATCHSTANDING AND WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL A004 Review and monitor assignment of personnel to the watch, quarter, and station bill A005 Coordinate the preparation and assignment of personnel to the departmental watch, quarter, and station bill A006 Advise the Chain Of Command on the currency of the command's watch, quarter, and station bill

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C. DRILL AND FORMATION C009 Plan and coordinate inspections, quarters, and ceremonial events

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D. UNIFORMS D285 Know how to wear and maintain Chief Petty Officer (CPO) uniforms D606 Describe the authority to prescribe uniforms D607 Describe the history/heritage of navy uniforms D608 Describe the rules for wearing uniforms to political activities, commercial interest, public speeches or rallies

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O. MILITARY JUSTICE O080 Conduct preliminary investigation of offenses O081 Perform the duties as a member of a Disciplinary Review Board (DRB) O573 Advise Chain of Command on matters of good order and discipline affecting the command O589 Know the procedures for conducting Captains Mast

P. CAREER INFORMATION P465 Know the Fleet or Force and Command Master Chief (CMC) programs P468 Know the roles and functions of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)/Master Chief Petty Officer Of The Navy's (MCPON) leadership mess P593 Know the eligibility requirements of the Senior Enlisted Academy and service academies P645 Understand the importance of the Standards of Conduct boards

Q. TRAINING Q098 Train junior officers Q099 Organize, schedule, and evaluate training programs Q100 Develop and monitor command's training programs Q655 Identify the resources for obtaining training quotas for navy courses Q102 Monitor command indoctrination programs Q656 Review Sailors Learning and Development Road-map (LADR) prior to Career Development Boards (CDB)

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R. MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION R110 Provide guidance to personnel preparing enlisted performance evaluations R119 Prepare and submit divisional budget input R124 Review Naval correspondence and messages for release R126 Coordinate preparation for administrative, material and/or operational readiness inspections R131 Provide input to manpower authorization change requests R133 Prepare point papers R134 Prepare instructions and directives R135 Review Enlisted Distribution and Verification Reports (EDVR) for discrepancies and report findings R136 Monitor leave and liberty schedules R137 Know the content of command manning documents and process to recommend/implement changes

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U. ORGANIZATION U144 Review and submit changes to Command's Standard Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM)

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V195 Assess and report division material and personnel readiness V199 Provide guidance to the Leading Petty Officer (LPO) on job task performance V202 Coordinate and evaluate status and impact of division work with other divisions V203 Review, edit, and forward recommendations for formal awards or recognition V204 Assist the branch or division officer in the development of policy V208 Coordinate departmental level work schedules V223 Ensure that division supervisors submit recommendations for formal awards or recognition V225 Monitor divisional policies V227 Provide guidance to junior officers in developing leadership skills V229 Advise Chain of Command on enlisted personnel matters V231 Translate Navy and command specific polices into organizational requirements V232 Assess and report command or unit material and personnel readiness V234 Review, recommend, and monitor implementation of policy statements, operation orders, and directives V575 Monitor command programs (Sailor of the Year, Sponsor, etc.) and provide input for process improvement V667 Know the procedures for conducting Career Development Boards (CDB)

X. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS X251 Train personnel in the security policies, requirements, and procedures for handling classified material and information X678 Assess communications vulnerabilities to critical information and make recommendations for countermeasures if needed

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Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y260 Know the duties of Casualty Assistance Calls Officer (CACO) Y687 Describe the five factors that commanders consider when approving a request for religious accommodation Y692 Describe the process for requesting an immunization or Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) waiver based on a sailor's religious objection Y694 Identify controls and resources that the command can create to reduce risk to personnel (reduce risk to force) Y696 Identify resources external to your command to support integration and implementation of risk management concepts and processes in your command

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O. MILITARY JUSTICE O569 Perform the duties as Chairman of a Disciplinary Review Board (DRB)

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Q. TRAINING Q658 Understand the increased risk of "high risk" training

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V209 Provide program and technical direction at the departmental level V212 Assess and report department's material and personnel readiness V214 Prioritize overall department work V215 Delegate authority for department functions V218 Coordinate and evaluate status and impact of department work on other departments V220 Provide guidance on job performance to division chiefs V221 Monitor assignment and utilization of department personnel V222 Track progress of overall department work efforts V224 Assist the Department Head in development of policy V574 Identify and mediate inter-departmental differences

Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y688 Describe the importance of measuring the effectiveness of risk management within your command Y691 Describe the prioritization and utilization of limited resources in managing risk to ensure mission success

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V. LEADERSHIP/SUPERVISION V713 Advise personnel on standards of performance and conduct V715 Advise Commanding Officer on formulation and implementation changes in policy affecting the enlisted force V716 Ensure heritage and tradition are key components of training plans and Sailor development V717 Ensure basic and traditional communication practices (Sailor-led general military training, quarters for muster, instruction, and inspection, etc.) are executed within the command V714 Communicate with and support Navy family members V228 Provide guidance to senior enlisted in developing leadership skills V230 Provide leadership in the Chief Petty Officer's mess V236 Provide counsel to senior personnel V668 Conduct midterm evaluations on senior enlisted leadership V706 Brief commanders on controls and resources that command can create to reduce risk to personnel (reduce risk to force)

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Y. PROGRAMS AND POLICIES Y695 Identify controls and resources that the command can create to reduce risk to operations (reduce risk to mission)

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APPENDIX A GUIDELINES FOR PROPOSING CHANGES TO THE ENLISTED RATING STRUCTURE A. INTRODUCTION

The Navy Enlisted Occupational Classification System (NEOCS) Board is a standing board and serves as the central monitoring and control point for system changes to ratings and overall system direction. The NEOCS Board formally reviews all proposals and supplies relevant data to the chain of command to assist in the review and approval process. The Executive Secretary of the NEOCS Board processes all changes to the rating structure. Send proposals via your chain of command in accordance with OPNAVINST 1223 series to: Executive Secretary NEOCS Board Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC) 5722 Integrity Drive Millington TN 38054-5011 The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education), approves policy and modifications to existing ratings including the establishment and disestablishment of service ratings. Under the authority of Title 10 U.S.C. 6013, the Secretary of the Navy approves the establishment and disestablishment of Navy ratings. B. CRITERIA FOR NAVY RATINGS 1) The following considerations are intended for use in developing proposals to establish new ratings. All ratings: a. must apply to the regular Navy and Naval Reserve in peacetime and wartime with no basic change in structure during mobilization; b. must provide necessary generalization in paygrades E-4 through E-6 to ensure the availability of broadly qualified senior petty officers capable of supervising any work in their rating; c. must provide the fleet with a rating that can, with other ratings, accomplish all necessary tasks, yet possess specific knowledge and skills different from other ratings; d. must be useful at sea, ashore, or at an overseas activity; e. should be composed of occupational (work) content in sufficient scope and range so that the rating comprises a family of related jobs; f. should require essentially the same basic experience, training, techniques, abilities and physical and mental capacities;

g. should involve a sufficient number of personnel to establish the need for training programs and related administrative functions; h. should have a skill level and qualifications structure; and i. should provide workload equity among ratings as far as practicable.

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The following questions highlight some of the major issues evaluated by the NEOCS Board during the rating proposal review process. Proposals should address the following questions: a. Is the proposal for a general rating, or rating merger? b. What are the operational requirements of the proposed rating; why is it necessary? c. If the proposal is for a rating, what related service ratings, if any, are required? d. If the proposed rating contains service ratings, what proportion should be assigned to each service rating? e. What is the title of the proposed rating? f. What tasks and duties will personnel in the proposed rating be required to perform?

g. How will the work requirements be assigned among the paygrades? h. To what extent will the level of skill and knowledge increase with each higher paygrade? i. j. What degree of formal and on-the-job training is required? What special personal qualifications are needed for the new rating (mental, physical or other requirements)?

k. To what Limited Duty Officer (LDO) and Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) classifications would personnel in the rating advance? D. CRITERIA FOR NAVY ENLISTED JOBS. See APPENDIX C.

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APPENDIX B OCCUPATIONAL FIELDS AND ASSOCIATED RATINGS 1. Administration (LN, NCC, NCR, PS, RP, YN) 2. Air Traffic Control (AC) 3. Aviation Ground Support (ABE, ABF, ABH, AS) 4. Aviation Maintenance/Weapons (AD, AE, AM, AME, AO, AT, AZ, PR) 5. Aviation Sensor Operations (AW) 6. Communications (IT, ITS) 7. Construction (BU, CE, CM, EA, EO, SW, UT) 8. Cryptology (CTI, CTM, CTN, CTR, CTT) 9. General Seamanship (BM) 10. Health Care (HM) 11. Intelligence (IS) 12. Law Enforcement/Security (MA) 13. Logistics (CS, LS, SH) 14. Marine Engineering (EM, EN, GSE, GSM, IC, MM) 15. Media (MC) 16. Meteorology and Oceanography (AG) 17. Music (MU) 18. Ordnance Systems (GM, MN, MT) 19. Sensor Operations (STG, STS) 20. Ship Maintenance (DC, HT, MR) 21. Ship Operations (OS, QM) 22. Special Warfare/Diving (EOD, ND, SB, SO) 23. Weapons Control (ET, FC, FT)

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APPENDIX C NAVY ENLISTED BILLET CLASSIFICATION (NEBC) STRUCTURE

Contents

Paragraph General.............................................................................................................................................. 2 Application ........................................................................................................................................ 2 Assignment ....................................................................................................................................... 2 Justification to Establish and/or Retain NEBCs ................................................................................ 2 Recommendations to Establish, Delete or Revise NEBCs .............................................................. 3 Establishment Template.................................................................................................................... 5 NEBC Table ...................................................................................................................................... 7

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APPENDIX C NAVY ENLISTED BILLET CLASSIFICATION (NEBC) STRUCTURE

1. General a. The occupational work of Navy enlisted personnel was previously only described by Rate, Rating and Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes. To better support the work and mission requirements of future Navy Total Force (NTF) enlisted personnel, the NEBC was developed to provide a more comprehensive work and job description. General descriptions of the duties performed in a position, along with complete task descriptions, skills and abilities, and experience required to perform Navy work, are essential to the identification and development of flexible and transferable skill sets throughout a NTF. b. NEBCs identify enlisted position requirements and enlisted occupational experience required to fill a position and is acquired through position experience or through a combination of education, training, and experience. c. An NEBC provides a general description of duties performed in a position. It is not meant to cover every duty required of the job nor is every duty listed necessarily a requirement of the position. The NEBC identifies a group of enlisted positions which are similar but not necessarily identical in scope and nature of duties. d. Each NEBC consists of a system-generated six-digit unique identifier (job code), a long title, a NAVMAC assigned 10 and 30 character short title, a job description, proficiency level, and other job specifications required to perform a job. An NEBC may contain tasks, skills, and abilities which would be documented in the enlisted Occupational Standards. NEBCs are maintained in the Master Job Code Table and can be found at http://www.public.navy.mil/BUPERSNPC/ORGANIZATION/NAVMAC/WORKFORCECLASSIFICATION/Pages/References.aspx. e. A need exists in certain Human Resource (HR) operations for occupational information related to NEBCs. The attributes below are assigned to each NEBC to support HR operations. (1) The Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) code identifies the group number and title in the nations Occupation Network (O*NET) which corresponds to the NEBC. The O*NET SOC is maintained by the Department of Labor (DOL). The SOC provides a common occupational grouping and numerical coding system for classifying the nations work in the U.S. and can be found at http://online.onetcenter.org/. (2) The DoD Occupation Classification (DOC) code identifies the group number and title in the Department of Defense Occupational Conversion Manual (DOD 1312.1 series) which corresponds to the NEBC. The DOC provides a common occupational grouping and numerical coding system for classifying work in DoD and can be found at http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/131201i.pdf. (3) The Navy Occupational Classification (NOC) code represents the occupational classifications of the Navy using a common occupational grouping and numerical coding system. Each job is assigned a NOC code, which will be used to place jobs with similar work within the hierarchy. The NOC code consists of a five level hierarchy. The first level of the code identifies the major group, the second level identifies the minor group, the third in combination with the first two levels identifies job area, the fourth level is the specialty field, and the fifth level indicates a sequential job within the hierarchy. 2. Application. When applied to a position, the NEBC is a general statement of duties performed in accomplishing some part of an activity's mission. The paygrade distinguishes positions which differ in degree of authority or responsibility but not in essential duties performed. CH-53

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3. Assignment of a job code on all positions is mandatory. 4. Justification to Establish and/or Retain NEBC(s). To establish and/or retain NEBCs, requests should meet the following criteria: a. Must describe the qualitative requirements of existing or proposed positions in the Navy (e.g. Activity Manpower Documents (AMD)). b. Must apply to HR planning, personnel control, career management, education and training, or manpower functions. c. Must apply Navy-wide and does not reflect purely local conditions or organization unless it is necessary to meet the criteria stated in paragraph 4b. d. Must not duplicate an existing NEBC. e. Must identify positions, both regular and temporary (peacetime and mobilization), and employee experience, both active and inactive. f. Must identify a minimum of 50 positions.

g. Job descriptions should be concise and are limited to 3000 characters, including spaces. Job descriptions should be broad enough to identify all positions with similar requirements, yet narrow enough to distinguish significant differences not identified through other codes (e.g., rating, paygrade and activity). Job descriptions stress what is done rather than how or why it is done. They should not include duties required of all employees, such as training of subordinates or preparing routine reports, unless such duties are a distinct requirement of the job. NOTE: A Classification Element (CE) is the basic component into which a classification category is divided, such as: Rating, Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) code, Navy Officer Billet Classification (NOBC) code, Additional Qualification Designator (AQD) code, etc. NEBCs are a new CE for the Navy Enlisted Occupational Classification System (NEOCS) and will function similar to NOBCs in the Navy Officer Occupational Classification System (NOOCS). They represent Navy jobs. 5. Recommendations to Establish, Delete, or Revise NEBC(s). a. To ensure NEBCs reflect current technological and administrative developments, commands and employees are invited to review and evaluate these classifications and, if appropriate, submit recommendations for improvement. An activity recommending a new job should first ensure that an established job in its present form, or with some revision, would not suffice for identifying the occupational aspects of the positions involved. Commands recommending establishing, deleting, or revising a job should consider the criteria listed in paragraphs 2, 3, and 4. All recommendations should include the appropriate information as follows: (1) Recommendations to establish NEBC(s) must include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Recommended long title. NAVMAC assigns the 10 and 30 character short titles; Recommended description (limited to 3000 characters, including spaces); Number and location of positions, by activity type, that the proposed NEBC will identify; Recommended paygrades applicable to the NEBC tasks; Information on how the requirements/qualifications are currently identified; CH-53

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(f) Justification stating why the existing NEBC descriptors are insufficient without the proposed NEBC, and other historical or amplifying information necessary for prudent consideration at each level of review; and (g) address). Point of Contact (include commercial and DSN telephone numbers, fax number, and e-mail

(2) Recommendations to delete NEBC(s) must include: (a) Long Title and Job Code of existing NEBC(s);

(b) Reason(s) for deleting the NEBC (e.g., qualifications duplicated by another NEBC, insufficient positions to meet the criterion in paragraph 4. (f), and any other information needed for consideration at each level of review; (c) Information on which NEBCs (include job codes), if any, will absorb the duties of the NEBC and redistribution of NEBC characteristics to identified NEBC(s) that will absorb the duties; (d) Information on how to recode the positions and job incumbents, if appropriate, presently coded with this NEBC; and (e) address). (f) Point of contact (include commercial and DSN telephone numbers, fax number, and e-mail

Use standard naval letter format or e-mail when submitting requests for NEBC deletions.

(3) Recommendations to revise NEBC(s) must include: (a) Long Title and Job Code of existing NEBC(s);

(b) Proposed recoding (if applies), re-titling and/or rewording of the current NEBC and associated characteristics; (c) (d) address). (e) Justification for the proposed revision(s); and Point of Contact (include commercial and DSN telephone numbers, fax number, and e-mail

Use standard naval letter format or e-mail when submitting requests for NEBC revisions.

b. The NEOCS Board, per OPNAVINST 1223.1C, serves as the central point for changes to the Navy Enlisted Occupational Classification System. Activities proposing establishment, deletion, or revision to NEBCs should send recommendations, using the following template, via the appropriate chain of command to: COMMANDING OFFICER NAVY MANPOWER ANALYSIS CENTER (ATTN: CODE 10) 5722 INTEGRITY DRIVE MILLINGTON, TN 38054-5011

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(COMMAND LETTERHEAD) TEMPLATE 1211 Ser 10/ Date From: To: Via: Subj: Ref: Submitting Organization Commanding Officer, Navy Manpower Analysis Center (Code 10) Endorsements, if applicable PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH NAVY ENLISTED BILLET CLASSIFICATION (NEBC) FOR XXXXX (provide job title) (a) Manual of Navy Enlisted Occupational Standards, NAVPERS 18068F, VOL I APPENDIX C (b) OPNAVINST 1223.1 series (1) Justification to establish NEBC XXXXXX

Encl:

1. Per references (a) and (b), enclosure (1) is submitted recommending the establishment of the subject NEBC. 2. Establishment of this NEBC will improve the identification of enlisted position requirements for the XXXXX rating(s). (Any additional comments should stay high level). 3. My point of contact is, XXXXX (provide rate/rank name), who may be reached at (###) ###-####/DSN ###, or by email to: XXXXX.

J. P. JONES Deputy Commander

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Justification to establish NEBC XXXXX 1. 2. 3. Job Title: Recommend an NEBC title (e.g. Human Intelligence Specialist). Career Field: Provide rating(s) that the proposed NEBC would be associated with (e.g. IS). Job Description: Supply a concise job description for the proposed NEBC (limited to 3,000 characters, including spaces). Other Relationships and Rules: rules. List related NECs or special

4. 5.

Tasks and Paygrades: Include list of proposed tasks (to include task paygrade) that identifies the work to be done in the proposed NEBC. Justification: Explain the purpose of the proposed NEBC, how the requirements/qualifications are currently identified, why the existing NEBC descriptors are insufficient without the proposed NEBC, and how it will impact manpower increases/decreases. Be as specific as possible. Costs: Identify any associated costs, if applicable.

6.

7. 8.

Number and Location of Billets: Identify the number and location of positions/billets (by activity type) requiring the proposed NEBC. Directives: Identify directives associated with the proposed NEBC (i.e. instructions, manuals, working groups, steering committees, and/or requirements boards). Resource Sponsor/Technical Advisor: Provide the abbreviated activity name, along with the respective Resource Sponsor/Technical Advisor responsible for proposed NEBC (e.g. OPNAV N2/N6, ISCM XXXXX).

9.

10.

Enclosure (1)

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Navy Enlisted Billet Classification (NEBC) Table

Job Code 001000 002068 002506 002584 001030 001085 001140 001195 001250 001555 001307 001362 001417 001472 001527 001585 001640 001695 001750 001805 001862 001955 002687 002000 002045 002093 002138 002183 002228 002273 002320 002365 002410 002455 002493 002581 002589 002539 001595 002544

Occupational Classification Code 3M ABE ABE ABE ABF ABF ABF ABH ABH ABH AC AD AD AE AE AG AG AG AG AM AM AME AN AO AO AO AO AO AO AO AS AT AT AT AT AVIATION AVIATION AW AWF AWO

Job Title Preventive Maintenance Manager Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Maintenance and Administrative Operations Technician Arresting Gear Technician Catapult Technician Aviation Fuels Below Deck Operations Technician Aviation Fuels Flight Deck Operations Technician Aviation Fuels Shore Base Operations Technician Aircraft Director Crash and Salvage Fire Fighter Air Operations Technician Air Traffic Controller Aviation Machinist Mate Organizational Level Aviation Machinist Mate Intermediate Level Aviation Electrician's Mate Intermediate Level Technician Aviation Electrician's Mate Organizational Level Technician Meteorological Forecaster Meteorological and Oceanographic Manager Meteorological and Oceanographic Technician Oceanographic Forecaster Aviation Structural Mechanic Intermediate Level Aviation Structural Mechanic Organizational Level Aviation Environmental/Egress Technician Airman Armament Weapons Support Equipment Technician Aircraft Armament Equipment Technician Armorer Weapons Department Technician Ammunition Logistics Manager Squadron Ordnance Technician Aviation Ordnance Quality Assurance Safety Supervisor Aviation Support Equipment Technician Aviation Calibration Technician Aviation Electronics Intermediate Level Technician Aviation Electronics Organizational Level Technician Intermediate Level Automatic Test Equipment Technician Maintenance Master Chief Maintenance and Production Chief Aircrew Readiness Manager Air Warfare Systems Engineer Acoustic Systems Specialist CH-53

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Job Code 002554 002571 002521 002549 002671 001605 001590 001600 001610 002672 002576 003720 003721 003722 002594 002599 002604 003707 003708 003709 003710 003711 003712 003713 002688 002609 001022 001027 002683 001035 001040 001045 002729 003006 003103 003303 001072 001077 001082 001090 001095 002676

Occupational Classification Code AWO AWO AWR AWR AWR AWS AWV AWV AWV AWV AZ BM BM BM BU CE CM CMC CMC CMC CMC CMC CMC CMC CN CS CTI CTI CTI CTM CTM CTM CTM CTN CTN CTN CTR CTR CTR CTT CTT CTT

Job Title Tactical Aircrew Watch Officer Electronic Systems Specialist Tactical Multi-Sensor Operator Tactical Systems Operator Tactical/Mobile Tactical Operations Center Analyst Helicopter Warfare Specialist Airborne Communicator Airborne Electronic Intelligence Specialist In-flight Technician Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Pilot/Maintainer Aviation Administrator Ships and Boats Mate Ordinary Seaman Able Seaman Builder Construction Electrician Construction Mechanic Flag Command Master Chief Installation Command Master Chief Command Master Chief Chief of Naval Operations-Force-Fleet Master Chief Immediate Superior In Command Master Chief Chief of the Boat Large Deck Command Master Chief Constructionman Culinary Specialist Language Analyst Operator Language Analyst Supervisor Master Language Analyst Electronic Equipment Technician Equipment Maintenance Director Network Maintenance Technician Equipment Installation Technician Cyber Cryptologic Technical Analyst Cyber Planner Cyber Cryptologic Operations Manager Signals Intelligence Collection Analyst and Reporter Communication Intelligence Collection Signals Analyst Collection Operations Manager Electronic Intelligence Analyst Electronic Warfare Operator Electronic Warfare Maintainer CH-53

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Job Code 002677 003002 003021 001160 003302 003699 003777 003785 003793 003778 003786 003794 003102 003179 003653 001165 001172 001177 002617 003723 003724 003725 003726 001182 001187 001192 003779 003780 003787 003788 003795 003796 001215 001220 001227 001200 001205 001210 003727 003728 003729 002689

Occupational Classification Code CTT DC DC EA EM EM EM(SS)NUC EM(SS)NUC EM(SS)NUC EM(SW)NUC EM(SW)NUC EM(SW)NUC EN EN EN EO EOD EOD EOD ET ET ET ET ET(NAV) ET(NAV) ET(NAV) ET(NUC) ET(NUC) ET(NUC) ET(NUC) ET(NUC) ET(NUC) ET(SS) COMM ET(SS) COMM ET(SS) COMM ET(SS) SWS ET(SS) SWS ET(SS) SWS FC FC FC FN

Job Title Electronic Warfare Planner Ship Survivability Systems Maintainer Ship Survivability Systems Technician Engineering Aide Electrical Systems Technician Electrical Systems Maintainer Submarine Propulsion Plant Electrical Operator Submarine Propulsion Plant Electrical Supervisor Submarine Propulsion Plant Electrical Manager Surface Propulsion Plant Electrical Operator Surface Propulsion Plant Electrical Supervisor Surface Propulsion Plant Electrical Manager Diesel Engine/Auxiliary Systems Manager Diesel Engine/Auxiliary Systems Technician Diesel Engine/Auxiliary Systems Maintainer Equipment Operator Senior Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Explosive Ordnance Disposal Master Basic Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Electronics Communications Technician Electronics Data Systems Technician Electronics Radar Systems Technician Electronics Systems Manager Submarine Navigation Operator Submarine Navigation Technician Submarine Navigation Manager Submarine Reactor Controls Operator Surface Reactor Controls Operator Submarine Reactor Controls Supervisor Surface Reactor Controls Supervisor Submarine Reactor Controls Manager Surface Reactor Controls Manager Communications Operator Communications Manager Communications Technician Strategic Navigation Operator Strategic Navigation Technician Strategic Navigation Manager Fire Control Operator Fire Control Technician Fire Control Administrator Fireman CH-53

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Job Code 001232 001237 001242 003730 003731 003732 003749 003750 003751 003202 003654 003003 003698 001155 001247 001255 001260 001265 001289 001304 001312 001317 001322 001327 001339 001344 001349 001354 001359 001367 001372 001377 001382 001387 001394 002669 002670 003007 003020 003055 003155 003178

Occupational Classification Code FT FT FT GM GM GM GM GM GM GSE GSE GSM GSM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM

Job Title Combat Control Systems Operator Combat Control Systems Technician Combat Control Systems Manager Weapons Administrator Weapons Delivery System Technician Small Arms Technician Torpedo Systems Manager Torpedo Systems Operator Torpedo Systems Technician Gas Turbine Electrical Systems Maintainer Gas Turbine Electrical Systems Technician Gas Turbine Mechanical Systems Technician Gas Turbine Mechanical Systems Maintainer Dental Assistant Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman Hospital Corpsman Field Medical Service Technician Orthopedic Cast Room Technician Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman Optician Biomedical Equipment Technician Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman Pharmacy Technician Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician Physical Therapy Technician Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman Cardiovascular Technician Histopathology Technician Preventive Medicine Technician Surgical Technologist Cytotechnologist Medical Laboratory Technician Psychiatry Technician Urology Technician Advanced Dental Assistant Dental Laboratory Technician, Advanced Dental Hygienist Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician Occupational Therapy Assistant Respiratory Therapy Technician Mortician CH-53

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Job Code 003301 003355 003401 003455 003462 003501 003555 003652 003700 003358 003004 003556 003733 003734 003735 003704 003705 003706 001399 001404 001409 002685 001414 001422 001427 001432 002712 002713 003802 003803 003804 003805 003806 003714 003715 003716 003717 003718 003719 001469 001477

Occupational Classification Code HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HN HT HT IC IC IC INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR IS IS IS IS IT IT IT IT ITS ITS LCAC LCAC LCAC LCAC LCAC LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LEADER LN LN

Job Title Dental Laboratory Technician, Maxillofacial Nuclear Medicine Technician Dental Laboratory Technician, Basic Electroneurodiagnostic Technician Aerospace Physiology Technician Search and Rescue Medical Technician Radiation Health Technician Advanced X-Ray Technician Aerospace Medical Technician Hospitalman Hull Systems Maintainer Hull Systems Technician Interior Communication Operator Interior Communication Technician Interior Communication Administrator Formal Instructor Training Manager Workspace Trainer Strike Analyst Operational Intelligence Analyst Imagery Intelligence Analyst Expeditionary Intelligence Specialist Information Technology Network Technician Information Technology Security Manager Information Technology Security Technician Information Technology Communication Technician Information Technology Technician Submarines Information Technology Manager Submarines Landing Craft Air Cushion Craftmaster Landing Craft Air Cushion Deck Engineer Landing Craft Air Cushion Engineer Landing Craft Air Cushion Loadmaster Landing Craft Air Cushion Operator/Navigator Command Leader Foundational Leader Primary Leader Advanced Leader Executive Leader First Line Leader Paralegal Law Office Specialist CH-53

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Job Code 001482 001637 001645 001742 001747 001487 001492 001497 001504 001509 001514 002206 002274 002618 002619 002620 002621 002622 003005 003177 003651 003784 003792 003800 003783 003791 003799 003781 003789 003797 001519 001524 001532 001537 001542 001547 003736 003737 003156 003381 001552 001562 001567

Occupational Classification Code LN LS LS LS LS MA MA MA MA MA MA MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MM MM MM MM(ELT)(SS) NUC MM(ELT)(SS) NUC MM(ELT)(SS) NUC MM(ELT)(SW) NUC MM(ELT)(SW) NUC MM(ELT)(SW) NUC MM(NUC) MM(NUC) MM(NUC) MME MME MME MMW MMW MMW MN MN MR MR MT MT MT

Job Title Law Office Clerk Postal Worker Postal Inspector Supply Chain Manager Logistics Specialist Corrections Specialist Independent Duty Master-at-Arms Investigator-Protective Service Specialist Mobile Security Force Specialist Security Force Specialist Trainer-Planner Mass Communication Specialist Public Affairs Supervisor Broadcaster Photojournalist Multi Media Supervisor Public Affairs Manager Production Manager Steam Plant Auxiliary Systems Maintainer Steam Plant Auxiliary Systems Technician Steam Plant Auxiliary Systems Manager Submarine Reactor Laboratory Operator Submarine Reactor Laboratory Supervisor Submarine Reactor Laboratory Manager Surface Reactor Laboratory Operator Surface Reactor Laboratory Supervisor Surface Reactor Laboratory Manager Propulsion Plant Mechanical Operator Propulsion Plant Mechanical Supervisor Propulsion Plant Mechanical Manager Auxiliary Equipment Technician Auxiliary Equipment Operator Auxiliary Equipment Manager Tactical Weapons Operator Tactical Weapons Manager Tactical Weapons Technician Mine Warfare Specialist Mine Warfare Manager Machinery Repair Maintainer Machinery Repair Technician Strategic Weapons Manager Strategic Weapons Technician Strategic Weapons Operator CH-53

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Job Code 001572 001577 001617 001622 003776 001627 001632 001100 001105 001110 001008 001800 001820 001825 001830 001839 001844 001849 001854 001859 001867 001872 001877 001910 002648 002649 002650 003380 003752 003753 003754 003755 003756 003757 003758 003759 003760 003762 003763 003764 003765 003766

Occupational Classification Code MU MUSE NCC NCC NCC NCR NCR ND ND ND Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific

Job Title Musician Mobile Utilities Support Equipment Technician Command Career Counselor Career Specialist Chief Career Counselor Recruiting Manager Recruiting Supervisor Second Class Diver First Class Diver Master Diver EO Advisor Drug and Alcohol Counselor Intern Student Officer Candidate, NAC Officer Candidate, Aviation Officer Officer Candidate, Civil Engineer Officer Candidate, Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate, School Officer Candidate, Midshipman Transient Patient Prisoner Holdee Correctional Counselor Boat Crew Specialist Camp/Convoy Security Specialist Boarding Specialist Drug and Alcohol Counselor Aviation Maintenance Technician Ceremonial Specialist Counselor Disaster Preparedness Operations Specialist Electronics Maintenance Technician Environmental Specialist Hospitality Specialist Human Resources Specialist Inspector Logistics Support Technician Maintenance Technician Office Support Specialist Operations Support Technician Recruiter CH-53

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Job Code 003767 003768 003769 003738 003739 003740 003741 003742 001687 001692 001700 001705 001117 001122 001127 001665 001677 001682 003743 003744 003745 001710 001715 001775 001782 001787 001727 001732 001737 002690 001720 003746 003747 003748 001755 001760 001765 001770 001792 001797

Occupational Classification Code Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific Non Rating Specific OS OS OS OS OS PR PR PR PR PS PS PS PS PS PS QM QM QM RP RP SB SB SB SH SH SH SN SO STG STG STG STS STS STS SW UCT UT

Job Title Security Support Specialist Support Services Specialist Transportation Specialist Combat Air Controller Navigation and Plotting Specialist Warfare Operator Operations Administrator Electronic Systems Operator Aviation Life Support Systems Training and Acquisition Manager Aviation Life Support Systems Intermediate Level Technician Aviation Life Support Systems Organizational Level Technician Special Operations Parachute Rigger Financial Specialist Supervisor Financial Specialist Financial Specialist Clerk Personnel Clerk Personnel Supervisor Personnel Manager Navigation Administrator Navigation Specialist Navigation Manager Religious Program Specialist Religious Program Manager Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman Boat Captain (SWCC) Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman Patrol Officer (SWCC) Retail Operator Laundry Operator Barber Seaman Sea Air and Land (SEAL) Anti-Submarine Warfare Operations Manager Anti-Submarine Warfare Equipment Operator Anti-Submarine Warfare Equipment Technician Sonar Operator Sonar Technician Sonar Manager Steel Worker Underwater Construction Technician Utilitiesman CH-53

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Job Code 001012 001017 001802 001810 001815

Occupational Classification Code YN YN YN YN YN

Job Title Information Management Specialist Special Compartmented Information Security Program Specialist Administrative Assistant Administrative Supervisor Office Manager

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APPENDIX D SCHEDULES FOR OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS (OCCSTDS) REVISIONS


OCCSTDs are reviewed on a periodic basis. OCCSTDs schedules can change based on the complexity of the rating, warfare sponsor requests, and the needs of the Navy. The OCCSTDs FY schedules are shown below. (NOTE: X indicates the year a rating is projected for review.)
RATINGS ABE Periodicity 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 3 years 3 years 3 years 5-8 or RS request 3 years 4 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years 5-8 or RS request 3 years 3 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 4 years 5-8 or RS request 3 years 3 years 3 years 3 years X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2013 2014 X 2015 TBD RATINGS CS Periodicity 5-8 or RS request 2 years X 2013 2014 2015 TBD X

ABF

CTI

ABH AC AD AE AG AM AME

X X

CTM CTN CTR CTT DC EA EM X

4 years 2 years 2 years 4 years 5-8 or RS request 3 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years 2 years 3 years 5-8 or RS request 3 years 4 years 2 years 4 years 2 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years 4 years 2 years 2 years 3 years 5-8 or RS request X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

AN AO AS

EMN EN EO

X X

ATI ATO AWF AWO AWR AWS AWV AZ BM BU CE CM CN

EOD ET ETN ETR ETV FC FN FT GM GSE GSM HM HN

X X

X X X

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RATINGS HT

Periodicity 5-8 or RS request 3 years 4 years 2 years

2013

2014

2015

TBD X

RATINGS NCR

Periodicity 4 years 5-8 or RS request 2 years 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 4 years 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 3 years 4 years 3 years 3 years 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request

2013 X

2014

2015

TBD

IC IS IT

X X X

ND OS PR

X X X X

ITS

2 years 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 5-8 or RS request 3 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years 4 years 4 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years 5-8 or RS request 4 years X X

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RP

MA MC

SB

SH

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MME MMN MMW MN MR

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SO STG STS SW X UT

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APPENDIX E RATING ADVISORS Primary and technical rating advisors from among the Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations, Systems Commanders and heads of other offices, assist the Chief of Naval Operations and the Chief of Naval Personnel in executing their responsibilities for enlisted manpower and personnel. OPNAVINST 1223 series contains the definitions and responsibilities for enlisted rating advisors.
RATING AB AC AD AE AG AM AO AS AT AW AZ BM BU CE CM CS CT DC EA EM EMN EN EO EOD ET ETN CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N98) CNO (N96) CNO (N95) CNO (N95) CNO (N95) CNO (N41) CNO (N2/N6) CNO (N96) CNO (N44) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) CNO (N96,N95) CNO (N95) CNO (N96) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) PRIMARY ADVISOR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVMETOC NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVAIR NAVSEA NAVFACENG NAVFACENG NAVFACENG NAVSUP (51,NOOB) NETWARCOM N1B NAVSEA NAVFACENG NAVSEA NAVSEA 08 NAVSEA, SPECWAR NAVFACENG NAVSEA (PMS-EOD) NAVAIR, NAVSEA, SPWAR NAVSEA 08 TECHNICAL ADVISOR

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RATING ETR ETV FC FT GM GS HM HT IC IS IT ITS LN LS MA MC MM MME MMN MMW MN MR MT MU NCC NCR ND OS CNO (N97) CNO (N97) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) CNO (N96) CNO (N96) CNO (N093) CNO (N96) CNO (N96)

PRIMARY ADVISOR NAVSEA NAVSEA

TECHNICAL ADVISOR

NAVSEA (PMS-471), NAVSEA (PMS-461) NAVSEA NAVAIR, NAVSEA NAVSEA BUMED (OOHC) NAVSEA NAVSEA CNO (N2M), SPECWAR NETWARCOM, SECGRU, SPAWAR NETWARCOM, SECGRU, SPAWAR, NAVSEA JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL NAVSUP (4B,N00B) NCIS NAVMEDIACEN NAVSEA NAVSEA NAVSEA 08 NAVSEA NAVSEA NAVSEA DIRSSP PERS-4014 NAVPERSCOM (PERS-3), CPPD CNRC, CPPD NAVSEA, CNO (N973) NAVSEA (PMS-461), SPAWAR, AEGIS TRAREDCEN

CNO (N2/N6) CNO (N2/N6, N96) CNO (N2/N6, N97) JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL CNO (N41) NECC CNO (N09C) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) CNO (N97) CNO (N97) CNO (N95) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) PERS-4014 DCNP CNRC CNO (N97) CNO (N6, N96)

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RATING PR PS QM RP SB SH SO STG STS SW UT YN

PRIMARY ADVISOR CNO (N95, N98) NAVPERSCOM (PERS-3) CNO (N96) CNO (N097) CNO (N95) CNO (N41) CNO (N95) CNO (N96) CNO (N97) CNO (N95) CNO (N95) PERS-405C NAVAIR

TECHNICAL ADVISOR

NAVPERSCOM (PERS-405C), NAVSUP (05, 56) NAVSEA, SPAWAR NAVAL CHAPLAIN SCHOOL NECC NAVSUP (05, 09B), NEXCOM NECC NAVSEA (PMS-411), NAVSEA (PMS-490), ONI, SPAWAR NAVSEA, NAVSEA (PMS-411), ONI NAVFACENG NAVFACENG PERS-405C

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APPENDIX F CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR RECOMMENDING CHANGES TO STANDARDS

A.

GENERAL

1. The Navy requires a periodic review and update of enlisted Occupational Standards (OCCSTDs). Although the Navy Manpower Analysis Center (NAVMAC) conducts this review and update, all commands are urged to submit recommended changes to the OCCSTDs whenever they identify new or obsolete requirements. 2. The procedure for developing updated OCCSTDs includes a preliminary review of current OCCSTDs by rating advisors. This validates and identifies new or changing requirements. U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF), Type Commanders, Commander, Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), rating advisors, enlisted community managers, and other interested activities then receive these proposals for review and comment. OCCSTDs are endorsed by the Primary Advisor(s) of each rating prior to approval and promulgation by the Chief of Naval Personnel. 3. Forward recommended changes to OCCSTDs via the chain of command to: Commanding Officer Navy Manpower Analysis Center 5722 Integrity Drive Millington, TN 38054-5011 B. CRITERIA 1. OCCSTDs should: a. Be consistent with the approved scope of the rating.

b. Be stated as an action (i.e., a task to be done). The details of tasks are derived from task analyses and other data. c. Be concise and understandable.

d. Reflect the paygrade level at which the task should normally be performed. Changing factors, such as existing or projected low manning levels, should not influence paygrade determination. e. f. 2. Include only those tasks which are attainable by the average incumbent of a rate. Reflect skill progression among the various paygrades as appropriate for the rating.

OCCSTDs should not include: a. Knowledge requirements, which are implied in the performance of a task.

b. Qualifiers, such as perform an action "in accordance with..." It is assumed that personnel comply with applicable directives and publications when performing a task.

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c. evident. d. stated).

Enabling tasks, such as perform a task "in order to..." The purpose of the task should be

Subordinate tasks (i.e., tasks which are elements or sub-tasks of a task which is broadly

e. Specific identification of equipment (e.g., AN, MOD or MK). Such detail is not necessary and is subject to rapid obsolescence. f. Equipment or tool lists, such as listing of test equipment to be used. The equipment or tools to be used are inherent to the tasks to be performed. Such lists are questionable as to inclusiveness and accuracy. g. Skills that are represented by the naval standards.

h. Security requirements applicable to all Navy personnel as specified in DoD Publication 5200.1-R, OPNAVINST 5510 series. Specific security requirements may be selectively included in those ratings where special emphasis and qualification are required. i. Safety requirements inherent to the performance of a task. Observing safety precautions should be continually emphasized on the job and in training programs. Safety requirements may be broadly stated at the supervisory level where special emphasis is required or at the managerial level for developing safety programs. C. GUIDELINES AND FORMAT

1. If the proposed change is a revision or change in paygrade of an existing OCCSTD, use the following format and annotate your changes on the OCCSTD Feedback Form located at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/organization/navmac/workforceclassification/Pages/References.aspx. a. b. c. 2. Identify the OCCSTD. State the revision and the applicable paygrade. Give justification for the proposed change.

If the proposed change is a new OCCSTD, use the following format: a. b. State the proposed OCCSTD and the related paygrade. Give justification for the proposed OCCSTD.

3.

If the proposed change is a deletion of an existing OCCSTD, use the following format: a. b. Identify the OCCSTD. Give justification for deleting the OCCSTD.

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CHAPTER 1

AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (AB)

NAVPERS 18068-1C CH-41

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS FOR AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (AB)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Boatswain's Mates (AB) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on catapults, arresting gear, barricades, and associated flightdeck launching and recovery equipment; operate and service aircraft ground-handling equipment and machinery; operate and service aircraft crash, firefighting, and rescue equipment; handle aircraft afloat and ashore; operate, maintain, and repair aviation fueling, defueling, lubricating oil, and inert gas systems; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties. Aviation Boatswain's Mates, Launching and Recovery Equipment (ABE) operate, maintain, and perform maintenance on steam catapults, barricades, arresting gear, and associated equipment ashore and afloat; operate catapult hydraulic systems, retraction engines, water brakes, jet blast deflectors, deckedge and ICCS, and jet blast deflector control panels; arresting gear engines, sheave dampers, deckedge control station, and associated equipment; perform aircraft handling duties related to the operation of aircraft launching and recovery equipment. *Aviation Boatswain's Mates, Fuels (ABF) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on aviation fueling and lubricating oil systems in CVs, and LPDs, including aviation fuel and lubricating oil service stations and pumprooms, piping, valves, pumps, tanks, and portable equipment related to the fuel system; operate, maintain, and repair valves and piping of purging and protective systems within the Air Department's spaces aboard ship; supervise the operation and servicing of fuel farms and equipment associated with the fueling and defueling of aircraft ashore and afloat; operate and service motorized fueling equipment; maintain fuel quality surveillance and control in aviation fuel systems ashore and afloat; train, direct, and supervise firefighting crews, fire rescue teams, and damage control parties in assigned fuel and lubricating oil spaces; observe and enforce fuel handling safety precautions. Aviation Boatswain's Mates, Aircraft Handling (ABH) direct the movement and spotting of aircraft ashore and afloat; operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on groundhandling equipment used for moving and hoisting of aircraft ashore and afloat; supervise securing of aircraft and equipment; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties; perform duties in connection with launching and recovery of aircraft.

These Occupational Standards are to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 1.

* Denotes revision 29.

NAVPERS 18068-1B AB-1

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN ABCM

ABECS

ABFCS

ABHCS

ABEC

ABFC

ABHC

ABE1

ABF1

ABH1

ABE2

ABF2

ABH2

ABE3

ABF3

ABH3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1 series. SPECIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Vision 20/100 correctable in each eye to 20/20; normal color perception; normal hearing. Normal stereoscopic vision (ABH only). Refer to Chapter 15 of the Manual of the Medical Department, U.S. Navy for details on hearing and color perception requirements. CITIZENSHIP/SECURITY REQUIREMENTS None.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Navy man and woman; safety is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AB-2

AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT) (ABE) TABLE OF CONTENTS
SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION ARRESTING GEAR TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPPLY, AND SUPPORT PROCEDURES AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (ALREMP) RECOVERY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE RECOVERY SYSTEMS OPERATIONS CATAPULT TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPPLY, AND SUPPORT PROCEDURES AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (ALREMP) LAUNCHING SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE LAUNCHING SYSTEMS OPERATIONS RECOVERY SYSTEMS OPERATIONS AB-3(E) AB-4(E) AB-5(E) AB-5(E) AB-5(E) AB-6(E) AB-6(E) AB-8(E) AB-8(E) AB-8(E) AB-9(E) AB-9(E) AB-10(E)

AB-2(E)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT) (ABE)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Boatswain's Mates (AB) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on catapults, arresting gear, barricades, and associated flight deck launching and recovery equipment; operate and service aircraft ground-handling equipment and machinery; operate and service aircraft crash, firefighting, and rescue equipment; handle aircraft afloat and ashore; operate, maintain, and repair aviation fueling, defueling, lubricating oil, and inert gas systems; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties. Aviation Boatswain's Mates (Launching and Recovery Equipment) (ABE) operate, maintain, and perform maintenance on steam catapults, barricades, arresting gear, and associated equipment ashore and afloat; operate catapult hydraulic systems, retraction engines, water brakes, jet blast deflectors, Integrated Catapult Control Stations (ICCS), and jet blast deflector control panels; arresting gear engines, sheave dampers, deckedge control stations, and associated equipment; perform aircraft handling duties related to the operation of aircraft launching and recovery equipment. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 1.

AB-3(E)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


ABCM

ABECS

ABFCS

ABHCS

ABEC

ABFC

ABHC

ABE1

ABF1

ABH1

ABE2

ABF2

ABH2

ABE3

ABF3

ABH3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AB-4(E)

Job Title

Arresting Gear Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABE NOC 4900-9043.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) ARRESTING GEAR TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules: NECs 7005, 7006 AG TEC

Job Code

002506
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Arresting Gear Technicians operate and maintain arresting gear and barricade equipment systems. They work with pressurized hydraulic and pneumatic equipment utilizing both basic and precision tools. They perform preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment and maintain the material condition of all assigned spaces. They also perform record keeping and have a strong working knowledge of technical libraries and the planned maintenance system. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPPLY, AND SUPPORT PROCEDURES


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct arresting gear administrative operations Reading Comprehension Writing Manage V2 divisional personnel, spaces, and administration Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Monitor arresting gear administrative procedures Monitoring Reading Comprehension Perform maintenance supply procedures Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform maintenance support procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Supervise arresting gear administrative operations Reading Comprehension Speaking Abilities Written Comprehension Written Expression Category Flexibility Written Expression Written Comprehension Written Expression Written Comprehension Speech Clarity Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Written Expression Oral Expression

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (ALREMP)


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Maintenance Program (ALREMP) Active Learning Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Maintenance Program (ALREMP) Active Learning Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage divisional maintenance support branch Management of Material Resources Category Flexibility Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression Manage divisional Quality Assurance (QA) branch Learning Strategies Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Monitor Quality Assurance (QA) programs Monitoring Information Ordering Speed of Closure Quality Control Analysis

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

AB-5(E)

RECOVERY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain arresting gear barricade components Installation Oral Comprehension Repairing Manual Dexterity Maintain arresting gear below deck components Installation Oral Expression Repairing Manual Dexterity Perform arresting gear barricade components preventive maintenance Equipment Maintenance Written Comprehension Equipment Selection Oral Comprehension Perform arresting gear below deck preventive maintenance Equipment Maintenance Written Comprehension Equipment Selection Oral Expression Perform arresting gear flight deck equipment corrective maintenance Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Strength Repairing Written Comprehension Perform arresting gear flight deck equipment preventive maintenance Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Strength Repairing Written Comprehension Perform below deck arresting gear inspections Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Strength Repairing Written Comprehension Supervise arresting gear below deck inspections Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression Supervise arresting gear maintenance actions Management of Material Resources Written Expression Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression Supervise barricade corrective maintenance procedures Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

RECOVERY SYSTEMS OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct arresting gear flight deck pre and post operations Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Systems Evaluation Written Expression Conduct arresting gear functional tests Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Systems Evaluation Control Precision Conduct arresting gear operations Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Selective Attention Conduct arresting gear portion of Air Department Training Team (ADTT) briefs Learning Strategies Oral Expression Speaking Speech Clarity Conduct barricade arresting gear pre and post operations Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Systems Evaluation Written Expression Conduct below deck arresting gear emergency operations Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Troubleshooting Control Precision Inspect arresting gear barricade equipment Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-6(E)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Inspect below deck arresting gear equipment Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Inspect flight deck arresting gear equipment Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Manage V2 divisional maintenance and operations Management of Financial Resources Management of Material Resources Monitor arresting gear operations Monitoring Systems Evaluation Monitor launch and recovery operations Monitoring Systems Evaluation Operate arresting gear barricade stations Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate arresting gear below deck stations Operation Monitoring Systems Analysis Operate arresting gear flight deck stations Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Perform arresting gear barricade pre and post inspections Equipment Maintenance Operation Monitoring Perform arresting gear emergency flight deck procedures Critical Thinking Monitoring Perform flight deck arresting gear inspections Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Supervise arresting gear crews Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Supervise arresting gear emergency procedures Judgment and Decision Making Systems Analysis Supervise barricade rigging procedures Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Troubleshoot arresting gear barricade equipment Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Troubleshoot arresting gear below deck equipment Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Troubleshoot arresting gear flight deck equipment Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting

Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Speed of Closure Information Ordering Control Precision Selective Attention Control Precision Selective Attention Rate Control Oral Expression Problem Sensitivity Oral Expression Spatial Orientation Information Ordering Written Comprehension Oral Expression Dynamic Strength Far Vision Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Category Flexibility Oral Expression Speed of Closure Oral Expression Oral Expression Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Originality Written Comprehension Originality Written Comprehension Originality

AB-7(E)

Job Title

Catapult Technician
Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABE NOC 4900-9043.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) CATAPULT TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules: NECs 7004, 7006 CAT TEC

Job Code

002584
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Catapult Technicians operate and maintain catapult equipment and systems. They work with pressurized hydraulic, pneumatic, and steam systems utilizing both basic and precision tools. They perform preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment and maintain the material condition of all assigned spaces. They also perform record keeping and have a strong working knowledge of technical libraries and the planned maintenance system. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPPLY, AND SUPPORT PROCEDURES


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Manage V2 divisional personnel, spaces, and administration Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Perform catapult administrative procedures Management of Personnel Resources Monitoring Perform maintenance supply procedures Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform maintenance support procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Supervise catapult work center administrative operations Management of Material Resources Reading Comprehension Abilities Category Flexibility Written Expression Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Written Comprehension Speech Clarity Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Oral Expression Written Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (ALREMP)


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Maintenance Program (ALREMP) Active Learning Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment Maintenance Program (ALREMP) Active Learning Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage divisional maintenance support branch Management of Material Resources Category Flexibility Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression Manage divisional Quality Assurance (QA) branch Learning Strategies Speed of Closure Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Monitor Quality Assurance (QA) programs Monitoring Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Speed of Closure

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

AB-8(E)

LAUNCHING SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Perform below deck catapult corrective maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform below deck catapult preventive maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform catapult below deck maintenance procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform catapult flight deck maintenance procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform flight deck catapult corrective maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform flight deck preventive maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Supervise catapult below deck inspections Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Supervise catapult corrective maintenance procedures Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Supervise catapult flight deck inspections Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Abilities Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Oral Expression Written Comprehension Oral Expression Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

LAUNCHING SYSTEMS OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct below deck catapult operations Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Oral Expression Conduct catapult functional tests Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Systems Evaluation Control Precision Conduct catapult portion of of Air Department Training Team (ADTT) briefs Learning Strategies Oral Expression Speaking Speech Clarity Conduct flight deck catapult operations Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Selective Attention Inspect below deck catapult equipment Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Inspect flight deck catapult equipment Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Monitor catapult administrative procedures Monitoring Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Written Expression Operate catapult below deck stations Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-9(E)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Operate catapult flight deck stations Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Perform catapult below deck inspections Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform catapult below deck pre and post inspections Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform catapult emergency below deck procedures Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Perform catapult emergency flight deck procedures Critical Thinking Monitoring Perform catapult flight deck inspections Critical Thinking Monitoring Perform catapult flight deck pre and post inspections Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Supervise bow catapult crews Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Supervise catapult emergency below deck procedures Judgment and Decision Making Systems Analysis Supervise catapult emergency flight deck procedures Judgment and Decision Making Systems Analysis Supervise catapult flight deck operations Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Supervise catapult test procedures Complex Problem Solving Management of Material Resources Supervise waist catapult crews Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Troubleshoot below deck catapult equipment Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Troubleshoot flight deck catapult equipment Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting

Spatial Orientation Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Category Flexibility Oral Expression Speed of Closure Oral Expression Speed of Closure Oral Expression Oral Expression Written Comprehension Written Comprehension Oral Expression Category Flexibility Oral Expression Written Comprehension Originality Written Comprehension Originality

RECOVERY SYSTEMS OPERATIONS


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Manage V2 divisional maintenance and operations Management of Financial Resources Management of Material Resources Monitor launch and recovery operations Monitoring Systems Evaluation Abilities Speed of Closure Information Ordering Control Precision Selective Attention

E5

CORE

AB-10(E)

AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (FUELS) (ABF) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION FUELS BELOW DECK OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS QUALITY SURVEILLANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION AVIATION FUELS FLIGHT DECK OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS QUALITY SURVEILLANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION AVIATION FUELS SHORE BASE OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS QUALITY SURVEILLANCE SHORE BASED REFUELING TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION AB-3(F) AB-4(F) AB-5(F) AB-5(F) AB-5(F) AB-5(F) AB-6(F) AB-7(F) AB-7(F) AB-9(F) AB-9(F) AB-9(F) AB-10(F) AB-11(F) AB-11(F) AB-12(F) AB-12(F) AB-12(F) AB-13(F) AB-13(F) AB-13(F) AB-14(F)

AB-2(F)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (FUELS) (ABF)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Boatswain's Mates (AB) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on catapults, arresting gear, barricades, and associated flight deck launching and recovery equipment; operate and service aircraft ground-handling equipment and machinery; operate and service aircraft crash, firefighting, and rescue equipment; handle aircraft afloat and ashore; operate, maintain, and repair aviation fueling, defueling, lubricating oil, and inert gas systems; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties. Aviation Boatswain's Mates, Fuels (ABF) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on aviation fueling and lubricating oil systems in CVNs, LHAs, LHDs, and LPDs, including aviation fuel and lubricating oil service stations and pump rooms, piping, valves, pumps, tanks, and portable equipment related to the fuel system; operate, maintain, and repair valves and piping of purging and protective systems within the Air Department's spaces aboard ship; supervise the operation and servicing of fuel farms and equipment associated with the fueling and defueling of aircraft ashore and afloat; operate and service motorized fueling equipment; maintain fuel quality surveillance and control in aviation fuel systems ashore and afloat; train, direct, and supervise firefighting crews, fire rescue teams, and damage control parties in assigned fuel and lubricating oil spaces; observe and enforce fuel handling safety precautions. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 1.

AB-3(F)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


ABCM

ABECS

ABFCS

ABHCS

ABEC

ABFC

ABHC

ABE1

ABF1

ABH1

ABE2

ABF2

ABH2

ABE3

ABF3

ABH3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AB-4(F)

Job Title

Aviation Fuels Below Deck Operations Technician


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABF NOC 5300-6031.00 Proficiency Level J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVFUELS BLWDECK OPS TECH Other Relationships and Rules: May have NEC 7022 assigned FUEL BDCK

Job Code

001030
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Aviation Fuels Below Deck Operations Technicians ensure, supervise, and manage the safe receipt, transfer and issue of JP5 aviation fuel to various locations throughout the ship. Duties include taking samples, sounding tanks, aligning service, and operating transfer and stripping systems to perform various functions. They perform preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment and maintain the material condition of assigned spaces. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Service Station Attendants 53-6031.00 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate fuel system equipment repairs Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Abilities Static Strength Hearing Sensitivity

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate defueling operations Quality Control Analysis Science Coordinate fueling operations Equipment Maintenance Equipment Selection Monitor emergency aircraft defueling operations Equipment Selection Operation Monitoring Supervise system repair procedures Instructing Operation and Control Abilities Reaction Time Night Vision Spatial Orientation Peripheral Vision Response Orientation Spatial Orientation Inductive Reasoning Visualization

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Detect below deck material deficiencies Repairing Systems Evaluation Detect pump room equipment deficiencies Repairing Systems Evaluation Maintain material conditions of the JP5 filter separator Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Supervise below deck corrective maintenance procedures Instructing Operation and Control Abilities Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Auditory Attention Manual Dexterity Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

AB-5(F)

JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Align Underway Replenishment (UNREP) stations according to Aviation Fuels Operational Sequencing System (AFOSS) Equipment Selection Dynamic Strength Operation and Control Extent Flexibility Approve fuel onload charts Management of Material Resources Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Approve tank sequences Judgment and Decision Making Number Facility Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Conduct inspections of below deck spaces Management of Personnel Resources Far Vision Quality Control Analysis Depth Perception Coordinate Underway Replenishment (UNREP) stations Critical Thinking Depth Perception Equipment Selection Speech Clarity Manage below deck fueling operations Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Dynamic Strength Manage below deck manning requirements Management of Personnel Resources Written Expression Writing Inductive Reasoning Manage below deck personnel routines Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Service Orientation Memorization Manage below deck training programs Active Learning Memorization Instructing Written Comprehension Manage fuel system liquid loads Complex Problem Solving Number Facility Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Monitor ballasting and de-ballasting system operations Equipment Selection Reaction Time Mathematics Problem Sensitivity Monitor below deck fire emergency procedures Critical Thinking Response Orientation Judgment and Decision Making Spatial Orientation Monitor below deck fuel systems auxiliary operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Monitor catapult lube oil system operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Monitor fuel transfer system operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Monitor JP5 service system operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Monitor JP5 stripping system operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Perform auxiliary system operations Operation Monitoring Control Precision Troubleshooting Gross Body Coordination

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-6(F)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Perform ballasting and de-ballasting system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform below deck system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform catapult lube oil system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform emergency filter room procedures Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform emergency pump room procedures Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform filter room operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform fuel transfer system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform JP5 service system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform JP5 stripping system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Sound JP5 fuel tanks Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Verify accuracy of sounding reports Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Verify offloading procedures Critical Thinking Monitoring

Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Extent Flexibility Multi-limb Coordination Extent Flexibility Gross Body Coordination Response Orientation Reaction Time Response Orientation Reaction Time Dynamic Strength Dynamic Flexibility Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Dynamic Flexibility Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Written Comprehension

QUALITY SURVEILLANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct quality surveillance tests Management of Personnel Resources Quality Control Analysis Determine fuel characteristics Mathematics Science Monitor aviation fuel quality surveillance procedures Equipment Selection Monitoring Abilities Manual Dexterity Memorization Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Input jobs into Organizational Maintenance Management System (OMMS) Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression

AB-7(F)

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

Maintain aviation fuels accountability records Equipment Maintenance Number Facility Operation Monitoring Perceptual Speed Manage Ship Operation Management Systems (SOMS) Equipment Maintenance Selective Attention Programming Oral Comprehension Perform fuel system administrative functions Quality Control Analysis Selective Attention Writing Written Expression Review Current Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Management of Financial Resource Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Written Expression Verify Organizational Maintenance Management System (OMMS) jobs Monitoring Near Vision Systems Evaluation Written Comprehension

AB-8(F)

Job Title

Aviation Fuels Flight Deck Operations Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABF NOC 4900-9042.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVFUELS FLTDECK OPS TECH Other Relationships and Rules: None

Job Code

001085
Short Title (10 Characters) FUEL FLDCK

Job Description Aviation Fuels Flight Deck Operations Technicians ensure, supervise, and manage the safe receipt, transfer and issue of JP5 aviation fuel to various locations throughout the ship. Duties include taking samples, sounding tanks, aligning service, and operating transfer and stripping systems to perform various functions. They perform preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment and maintain the material condition of assigned spaces. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Maintenance and Repair Workers, 49-9042.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate fuel system equipment repairs Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Perform aviation fuels flight deck equipment planned maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform flight deck repair operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Supervise flight deck corrective maintenance procedures Instructing Operation and Control Abilities Static Strength Hearing Sensitivity Information Ordering Memorization Manual Dexterity Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct inspections of flight deck stations Management of Personnel Resources Quality Control Analysis Coordinate defueling operations Quality Control Analysis Science Coordinate fueling operations Equipment Maintenance Equipment Selection Detect fueling stations equipment deficiencies Repairing Systems Evaluation Detect fueling stations material deficiencies Repairing Systems Evaluation Manage flight deck fueling operations Management of Personnel Resources Operation and Control Manage flight deck manning requirements Management of Personnel Resources Writing Abilities Far Vision Depth Perception Reaction Time Night Vision Spatial Orientation Peripheral Vision Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Information Ordering Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

AB-9(F)

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

Manage flight deck personnel routines Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Service Orientation Memorization Monitor aircraft fueling stations alignments Equipment Selection Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Peripheral Vision Monitor emergency aircraft defueling operations Equipment Selection Response Orientation Operation Monitoring Spatial Orientation Monitor flight deck fuel systems auxiliary operations Equipment Selection Peripheral Vision Operation Monitoring Reaction Time Obtain visual samples from fueling station according to Aviation Fuels Operational Sequencing System (AFOSS) Equipment Selection Arm-Hand Steadiness Operation and Control Memorization Perform aircraft direct refueling operations Operation Monitoring Dynamic Strength Troubleshooting Trunk Strength Perform flight deck hot refueling operations Operation Monitoring Reaction Time Troubleshooting Peripheral Vision Perform flight deck station operations Operation Monitoring Stamina Troubleshooting Static Strength Perform fuel controller functions Operation Monitoring Auditory Attention Troubleshooting Number Facility Supervise aircraft defueling operations Instructing Category Flexibility Operation and Control Depth Perception Supervise aircraft emergency defueling operation Instructing Reaction Time Operation and Control Response Orientation Supervise aircraft to aircraft fuel transfers Instructing Category Flexibility Operation and Control Depth Perception Supervise refueling crews operations Instructing Control Precision Operation and Control Depth Perception Supervise system repair procedures Instructing Inductive Reasoning Operation and Control Visualization

JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Align Underway Replenishment (UNREP) stations according to Aviation Fuels Operational Sequencing System (AFOSS) Equipment Selection Dynamic Strength Operation and Control Extent Flexibility Coordinate Underway Replenishment (UNREP) stations Critical Thinking Depth Perception Equipment Selection Speech Clarity Monitor below deck fire emergency procedures Critical Thinking Response Orientation Judgment and Decision Making Spatial Orientation

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AB-10(F)

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Monitor below deck fuel systems auxiliary operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Monitor JP5 service system operations Equipment Selection Hearing Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Obtain visual samples from sponson connection according to Aviation Fuels Operational Sequencing System (AFOSS) Equipment Selection Arm-Hand Steadiness Operation and Control Memorization Perform auxiliary system operations Operation Monitoring Control Precision Troubleshooting Gross Body Coordination Perform fuel transfer system operations Operation Monitoring Control Precision Troubleshooting Multi-limb Coordination Perform JP5 service system operations Operation Monitoring Control Precision Troubleshooting Multi-limb Coordination

QUALITY SURVEILLANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct quality surveillance tests Management of Personnel Resources Quality Control Analysis Determine fuel characteristics Mathematics Science Manage fuels Quality Assurance (QA) personnel routines Instructing Judgment and Decision Making Monitor aviation fuel quality surveillance procedures Equipment Selection Monitoring Abilities Manual Dexterity Memorization Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Oral Expression Information Ordering Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Input jobs into Organizational Maintenance Management System (OMMS) Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Maintain aviation fuels accountability records Equipment Maintenance Number Facility Operation Monitoring Perceptual Speed Manage Ship Operation Management Systems (SOMS) Equipment Maintenance Selective Attention Programming Oral Comprehension Perform fuel system administrative functions Quality Control Analysis Selective Attention Writing Written Expression Review Current Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Management of Financial Resources Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Written Expression Verify Organizational Maintenance Management System (OMMS) jobs Monitoring Near Vision Systems Evaluation Written Comprehension

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

AB-11(F)

Job Title

Aviation Fuels Shore Base Operations Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABF NOC 4900-9043.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVFUELS ASHORE OPS TECH Other Relationships and Rules: None

Job Code

001140
Short Title (10 Characters) FUEL SHORE

Job Description Aviation Fuels Shore Base Operations Technicians execute, supervise, and manage the safe receipt, transfer and issue of JP5 aviation fuel to assigned and transient aircraft, as well as support equipment. Duties include taking samples, coordinating refueling points, performing refuel and defuel operations, providing fuel for Jet Test facilities, conducting Quality Assurance (QA) checks on fuel, and aligning service, and operating transfer and stripping systems to perform various functions. They perform preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment and maintain the material condition of assigned spaces. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate fuel system equipment repairs Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Abilities Static Strength Hearing Sensitivity

FLIGHT/HANGAR DECK OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Coordinate defueling operations Quality Control Analysis Reaction Time Science Night Vision Coordinate fueling operations Equipment Maintenance Spatial Orientation Equipment Selection Peripheral Vision Detect fueling stations material deficiencies Repairing Depth Perception Systems Evaluation Problem Sensitivity Obtain visual samples from fueling station according to Aviation Fuels Operational Sequencing System (AFOSS) Equipment Selection Arm-Hand Steadiness Operation and Control Memorization Perform aircraft direct refueling operations Operation Monitoring Dynamic Strength Troubleshooting Trunk Strength Perform fuel controller functions Operation Monitoring Auditory Attention Troubleshooting Number Facility Supervise aircraft defueling operations Instructing Category Flexibility Operation and Control Depth Perception Supervise aircraft emergency defueling operations Instructing Reaction Time Operation and Control Response Orientation Supervise aircraft to aircraft fuel transfers Instructing Category Flexibility Operation and Control Depth Perception

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

AB-12(F)

E6

CORE

Supervise refueling crews operations Instructing Operation and Control

Control Precision Depth Perception

JP-5 BELOW DECKS SYSTEM OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Monitor JP5 stripping system operations Equipment Selection Operation Monitoring Perform fuel transfer system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform JP5 service system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform JP5 stripping system operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Sound JP5 fuel tanks Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Verify accuracy of sounding reports Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Abilities Hearing Sensitivity Problem Sensitivity Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Dynamic Flexibility Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

QUALITY SURVEILLANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct quality surveillance tests Management of Personnel Resources Quality Control Analysis Determine fuel characteristics Mathematics Science Manage fuels Quality Assurance (QA) personnel routines Instructing Judgment and Decision Making Monitor aviation fuel quality surveillance procedures Equipment Selection Monitoring Abilities Manual Dexterity Memorization Depth Perception Problem Sensitivity Oral Expression Information Ordering Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

SHORE BASED REFUELING


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Monitor shore facility fuel station pressure gauges Equipment Selection Operation Monitoring Operate mobile refuelers Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Perform fuel farm operator functions Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform shore base hot refueling operations Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Abilities Selective Attention Far Vision Finger Dexterity Glare Sensitivity Extent Flexibility Rate Control Control Precision Multi-limb Coordination

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-13(F)

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain aviation fuels accountability records Equipment Maintenance Operation Monitoring Perform fuel system administrative functions Quality Control Analysis Writing Abilities Number Facility Perceptual Speed Selective Attention Written Expression

E5

CORE

AB-14(F)

AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (AIRCRAFT HANDLING) (ABH) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AIRCRAFT DIRECTOR AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION MAINTENANCE CRASH AND SALVAGE FIRE FIGHTER AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION MAINTENANCE AIR OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION MAINTENANCE AB-3(H) AB-4(H) AB-5(H) AB-5(H) AB-5(H) AB-11(H) AB-12(H) AB-12(H) AB-15(H) AB-16(H) AB-17(H) AB-17(H) AB-17(H) AB-17(H)

AB-2(H)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION BOATSWAIN'S MATE (AIRCRAFT HANDLING) (ABH)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Boatswain's Mates (AB) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on catapults, arresting gear, barricades, and associated flightdeck launching and recovery equipment; operate and service aircraft ground-handling equipment and machinery; operate and service aircraft crash, firefighting, and rescue equipment; handle aircraft afloat and ashore; operate, maintain, and repair aviation fueling, defueling, lubricating oil, and inert gas systems; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties. Aviation Boatswain's Mates (Aircraft Handling) (ABH) direct the movement and spotting of aircraft ashore and afloat; operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on ground-handling equipment used for moving and hoisting of aircraft ashore and afloat; supervise securing of aircraft and equipment; perform crash rescue, firefighting, crash removal, and damage control duties; perform duties in connection with launching and recovery of aircraft. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 1.

AB-3(H)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


ABCM

ABECS

ABFCS

ABHCS

ABEC

ABFC

ABHC

ABE1

ABF1

ABH1

ABE2

ABF2

ABH2

ABE3

ABF3

ABH3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AB-4(H)

Job Title

Aircraft Director
Job Family Protective Service Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABH NOC 3300-1021.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AIRCRAFT DIRECTOR Other Relationships and Rules: None AIR DIR

Job Code

001195
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Aircraft Directors are responsible for the safe and expeditious movement of aircraft on fight decks, hangar decks, and ashore which includes the installation and removal of chocks, tie downs, and tow bars. Duties include operating tractors, elevators, and conflagration stations, ouija board spotters, and designated lookouts. Job requirements include a strong working knowledge of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS), deck multiple/density, aircraft fundamentals/systems and flight/hangar deck operations. Responsible for administrative duties, training initiatives, technical publication libraries, operational readiness of equipment, and upkeep of divisional spaces. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 33-1021.00 Name and Family Code: Protective Service 33

AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Execute hangar deck fire drills Active Listening Multi-limb Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Man variable position nozzles and hose control devices (1 1/2", 2 1/2" diameter) Active Listening Dynamic Strength Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Operate variable position nozzles and hose control devices (1 1/2", 2 1/2" diameter) Coordination Dynamic Flexibility Operation and Control Dynamic Strength Operate aircraft firefighting equipment in hangar decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Operate aircraft firefighting equipment on flight decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Perform conflagration station operations Equipment Selection Visualization Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Perform flight deck aircraft firefighting procedures Complex Problem Solving Visualization Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Perform hangar bay aircraft firefighting procedures Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Account for multiple density of flight deck (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, P-25, Carrier Crash Crane (CVCC), Amphibious Crash Crane (ACC), etc.) Complex Problem Solving Visualization Coordination Fluency of Ideas Attach tow bars from tractors Coordination Static Strength Installation Multi-limb Coordination

E4

CORE

AB-5(H)

E4

CORE

Calculate elevator loads Judgment and Decision Making Mathematics Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering

E7

CORE

Calculate sea states Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Chock aircraft with rotors (H-60, H-53, etc.) Coordination Explosive Strength Installation Extent Flexibility Complete damage/crunch reports Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Conduct Air Department Training Team (ADTT) procedures Instructing Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Conduct aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP-3)) daily inspections Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Written Comprehension Conduct deck caller procedures during flight deck operations Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Coordination Information Ordering Conduct flight deck personnel respot briefings Coordination Speech Clarity Instructing Oral Expression Conduct flight deck post-flight checks Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Visualization Conduct flight deck pre-flight checks Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Conduct flight deck safety training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Speech Clarity Conduct Foreign Object Debris (FOD) walkdowns Coordination Peripheral Vision Management of Personnel Resources Spatial Orientation Conduct hangar deck post-flight checks Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Conduct hangar deck pre-flight checks Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Conduct hangar deck safety training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Speech Clarity Conduct hot chockman procedures Critical Thinking Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Conduct aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP-3)) post-operational checks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Written Comprehension Conduct post-operational inspections of the flight decks Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-6(H)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct post-operational inspections of the hanger decks Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Conduct pre-operational inspections of the flight decks Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Conduct pre-operational inspections of the hanger decks Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Coordinate aircraft respots via air plans Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Coordinate launch evolutions in fly 1areas Complex Problem Solving Visualization Coordination Oral Expression Coordinate launch evolutions in fly 2 areas Complex Problem Solving Visualization Coordination Oral Expression Coordinate launch evolutions in fly 3 areas Complex Problem Solving Visualization Coordination Oral Expression Coordinate liquid Foreign Object Debris (FOD) programs Coordination Oral Expression Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Coordinate recovery evolutions in fly 1areas Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Coordinate recovery evolutions in fly 2 areas Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Coordinate recovery evolutions in fly 3 areas Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Coordinate respot evolutions (flight deck, hangar deck) Coordination Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Written Comprehension Coordinate turning aircraft on the hangar deck Coordination Originality Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity De-rig safety flag staffs Coordination Problem Sensitivity Judgment and Decision Making Static Strength De-rig safety rails Coordination Problem Sensitivity Judgment and Decision Making Static Strength Dispatch starting units positions for maintenance turns (tow tractors, Mobile Electric Power Plants (MEPP3)) Coordination Oral Expression Management of Personnel Resources Spatial Orientation Dispatch tow tractors and dollies for respots of aircraft Coordination Oral Expression Management of Personnel Resources Spatial Orientation Execute barricade drills Active Listening Information Ordering Operation and Control Multi-limb Coordination Execute fuel station fire drills (flight deck, hangar deck) Active Listening Multi-limb Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering

AB-7(H)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Hookup boat skids (Admiral's Barge, Captain's Gig) Coordination Manual Dexterity Installation Multi-limb Coordination Identify primary mooring points (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Memorization Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Install aircraft chains (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Install aircraft chocks (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Install aircraft tow bars (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Install barricade ramps Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Interpret audio signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Sound Localization Judgment and Decision Making Oral Comprehension Interpret visual signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Response Orientation Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Maintain conflagration station watch logs Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Manage liquid Foreign Object Debris (FOD) programs Coordination Inductive Reasoning Monitoring Visualization Manually release spotting dolly lifting arms from aircraft Coordination Visualization Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Monitor aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP-3)) maintenance and service requirements Monitoring Written Comprehension Operation Monitoring Visualization Monitor starting units positions for maintenance turns (tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP-3)) Monitoring Written Comprehension Operation Monitoring Visualization Move boat skids (Admiral's Barge, Captain's Gig) Coordination Static Strength Judgment and Decision Making Peripheral Vision Move no-brake aircraft Complex Problem Solving Peripheral Vision Coordination Wrist-Finger Speed Observe aircraft elevator operations from machinery room Monitoring Visualization Operation Monitoring Selective Attention Operate aircraft elevators in normal mode Coordination Visualization Operation and Control Information Ordering Operate aircraft elevators through lower and raise cycles in manual mode Coordination Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Operate ballistic doors Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization

AB-8(H)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Operate mobile support equipment Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Operation and Control Manual Dexterity Operate safety stanchions (flight deck, hangar deck) Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Operation and Control Manual Dexterity Operate spotting boards (Ouija/templates) using aircraft spotting phraseology (flight deck, hangar deck) Active Listening Finger Dexterity Judgment and Decision Making Wrist-Finger Speed Perform aircraft flight deck services (electrical, air start power) Equipment Selection Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Visualization Perform Aircraft Handling Officer (AHO) duties during flight operations Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Coordination Visualization Perform aircraft hangar deck services (electrical, air start power) Equipment Selection Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Visualization Perform aircraft hydraulic failure emergency procedures Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform aircraft safety observer procedures Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Visualization Perform airfield support operations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform chock walker procedures for aircraft (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, C-2, etc.) Equipment Selection Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform flight deck aircraft movements Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform flight deck elevator operations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Visualization Perform hangar deck aircraft movements Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform hangar deck elevator operations Coordination Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Perform launch respots Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Visualization Perform maintenance respots Coordination Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform no-brake aircraft emergency procedures Complex Problem Solving Visualization Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Perform recovery respots Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Provide aircraft (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) electrical service via Mobile Electric Power Plants (MEPP-3) Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning

AB-9(H)

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

Provide start air to aircraft (EA-6B, E-2C, F/A-18, etc.) Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Release tow bars from tractors Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Dynamic Flexibility Remove barricade ramps Equipment Selection Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Dynamic Flexibility Respond to audio signals (flight deck, hanger deck) Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Respond to visual signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Rig aircraft jettison stations Complex Problem Solving Multi-limb Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Static Strength Rig safety flag staffs Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Installation Static Strength Rig safety rails Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Installation Static Strength Secure aircraft handling equipment (chocks, chains, tow bars) Equipment Selection Multi-limb Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Static Strength Secure aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dollies, tow tractors, Mobile Electric Power Plants (MEPP-3)) Equipment Selection Wrist-Finger Speed Installation Depth Perception Stow aircraft handling equipment (chocks, chains, tow bars) Equipment Selection Static Strength Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Stow barricade ramps Equipment Selection Static Strength Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Stow safety flag staffs Equipment Selection Static Strength Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Stow safety rails Equipment Selection Static Strength Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Supervise aircraft traffic during recovery operations Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise daily post-operational checks of aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant ( MEPP-3)) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise daily pre-operational checks of aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant ( MEPP-3)) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise flight deck operations Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization

AB-10(H)

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Supervise Foreign Object Debris (FOD) walk downs Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise liquid Foreign Object Debris (FOD) program Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise post-operation of aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant ( MEPP-3)) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise securing of aircraft handling support equipment (spotting dolly, tow tractor, Mobile Electric Power Plant ( MEPP-3)) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise turning aircraft on the hangar decks Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Support respot briefs (flight deck, hangar deck) Active Learning Information Ordering Active Listening Inductive Reasoning Tie down aircraft with rotors (H-60, H-53, etc.) Coordination Information Ordering Installation Multi-limb Coordination Visually inspect aircraft elevator platforms (flight deck, hangar deck) Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Visually inspect coamings (flight deck, hangar deck) Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Visually inspect safety nets (flight deck, hangar deck) Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATIONS MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct non-skid Quality Assurance Inspector (QAI) procedures Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Mathematics Inductive Reasoning Input Organizational Maintenance and Material System - New Generation (OMMS-NG) action work Equipment Maintenance Finger Dexterity Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Perform deck preservation on hangar bays Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform deck preservation on flight decks Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-11(H)

Job Title

Crash and Salvage Fire Fighter


Job Family Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABH NOC 2900-2041.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) CRASH AND SALVAGE FIRE FIGHTER Other Relationships and Rules: 7011

Job Code

001250
Short Title (10 Characters) CRASHSAL

Job Description Crash and Salvage Fire Fighters respond to aircraft emergencies, conduct firefighting, and perform proper rescue and salvage procedures for each type of aircraft carried. They also coordination of aircraft jettison operations, embarked squadron training, equipment maintenance requirements, and water related salvage operations. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 29-2041.00 Name and Family Code: Healthcare Practitioners and Technical 29

AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Access aircraft ejection seats (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Access aircraft safety canopies (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Attach aircraft hoisting slings and belly bands (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Inductive Reasoning Installation Information Ordering Conduct emergency canopy jettison procedures (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct fire chief procedures during airfield aircraft emergency operations Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Coordination Deductive Reasoning Conduct flight deck rescue procedures Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Conduct hangar deck rescue procedures Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Conduct post-operational checks of aircraft firefighting support equipment (P-25, Carrier Crash Crane (CVCC), Amphibious Crash Crane (ACC), etc.) Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Written Comprehension Conduct rig master procedures during salvage operations Coordination Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Written Comprehension Secure aircraft firefighting support equipment (P-25, Carrier Crash Crane (CVCC), Amphibious Crash Crane (ACC), etc.) Equipment Selection Wrist-Finger Speed Installation Depth Perception Determine maximum hoisting weight (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-12(H)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Don firefighting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (proximity/hot suits, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)) Equipment Selection Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Execute hangar deck fire drills Active Listening Multi-limb Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Identify location of composite materials (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Install aircraft down locks (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Information Ordering Installation Manual Dexterity Install stabilizing lines for aircraft hoisting Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Install tow bars on crash dollies Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Installation Manual Dexterity Locate battery and Liquid Oxygen (LOX) compartments (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Equipment Selection Memorization Maintain flight deck aircraft rescue and salvage equipment Equipment Maintenance Written Comprehension Management of Material Resources Visualization Man variable position nozzles and hose control devices (1 1/2", 2 1/2" diameter) Active Listening Dynamic Strength Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Operate variable position nozzles and hose control devices (1 1/2", 2 1/2" diameter) Coordination Dynamic Flexibility Operation and Control Dynamic Strength Operate aircraft firefighting and salvage support equipment (P-25, Carrier Crash Crane (CVCC), Amphibious Crash Crane (ACC), etc.) Complex Problem Solving Visualization Operation and Control Information Ordering Operate aircraft firefighting equipment in hangar decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Operate aircraft firefighting equipment on flight decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Operate aircraft rescue equipment on flight decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Operate aircraft salvage equipment on flight decks Equipment Selection Information Ordering Operation and Control Visualization Operate crash forklifts for aircrew rescues, collapsed nose gear incidents, and collapsed main mount incidents (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Operation and Control Information Ordering Operate taglines (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Active Listening Dynamic Flexibility Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform flight deck aircraft firefighting procedures Complex Problem Solving Visualization Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning

AB-13(H)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

Perform hangar bay aircraft firefighting procedures Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Perform overhaul/residual fire checks (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Visualization Perform pre-operational check of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (proximity/hot suits, SelfContained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)) Judgment and Decision Making Visualization Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Position and secure crash dollies for collapsed main mounts (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Information Ordering Installation Dynamic Strength Position and secure crash dollies for collapsed nose gear (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Information Ordering Installation Dynamic Strength Position and secure crash dollies for sheared main mounts (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Information Ordering Installation Dynamic Strength Position and secure crash dollies for sheared nose gear (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Information Ordering Installation Dynamic Strength Position crash cranes (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Coordination Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Information Ordering Start aircraft firefighting and salvage support equipment (P-25, Carrier Crash Crane (CVCC), Amphibious Crash Crane (ACC), etc.) Judgment and Decision Making Static Strength Operation and Control Information Ordering Supervise installation of aircraft crash dollies (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise installation of hoisting equipment (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise operation of aircraft crash cranes Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise positioning of crash forklifts for rescues Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise salvage operations for helo/aircraft in the water Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise salvage operations with composite material aircraft Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Supervise securing of aircraft crash dollies (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Monitoring Originality Operation Monitoring Visualization Tow aircraft on crash dollies Coordination Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination

AB-14(H)

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Attach tow bars from tractors Coordination Installation Conduct Air Department Training Team (ADTT) procedures Instructing Monitoring Conduct flight deck safety training Instructing Learning Strategies Conduct flight deck salvage procedures Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Conduct hangar deck safety training Instructing Learning Strategies Execute fuel station fire drills (flight deck, hangar deck) Active Listening Judgment and Decision Making Identify primary mooring points (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Install aircraft chains (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Installation Install aircraft chocks (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Installation Install aircraft tow bars (F/A-18, EA-6B, E-2C, etc.) Equipment Selection Installation Install barricade ramps Coordination Installation Interpret audio signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Interpret visual signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Operate mobile support equipment Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Perform aircraft hydraulic failure emergency procedures Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Release tow bars from tractors Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Remove barricade ramps Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Respond to audio signals (flight deck, hanger deck) Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Static Strength Multi-limb Coordination Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Speech Clarity Information Ordering Multi-limb Coordination Oral Expression Speech Clarity Multi-limb Coordination Information Ordering Memorization Information Ordering Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Sound Localization Oral Comprehension Response Orientation Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Dynamic Flexibility Information Ordering Dynamic Flexibility Auditory Attention Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-15(H)

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

Respond to visual signals (flight deck, hangar deck) Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Rig aircraft jettison stations Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Stow barricade ramps Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Supervise flight deck operations Monitoring Operation Monitoring

Auditory Attention Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Static Strength Static Strength Multi-limb Coordination Originality Visualization

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATIONS MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Input Organizational Maintenance and Material System - New Generation (OMMS-NG) action work Equipment Maintenance Finger Dexterity Judgment and Decision Making Memorization

AB-16(H)

Job Title

Air Operations Technician


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ABH NOC 5300-2022.00 Proficiency Level J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AIR OPERATIONS TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules: 7012 AIR OP TEC

Job Code

001555
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Air Operations Technicians ensure the safe operation of air fields and provide assistance to transient aircraft and aircrew personnel. Duties include aircraft movement, load priorities, and the servicing and maintenance of transiting aircraft. Duties also include the security and custody of cargo, mail, and hazardous materials, ensuring these items are properly packaged and palletized for aircraft. They serve as firefighters, and are responsible for all firefighting and rescue operations at the immediate scene of aircraft/structural buildings on shore facilities. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Launch Equipment 160 Code and Area: 160400 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Airfield Operations Specialists 53-2022.00 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

AIRCRAFT FIREFIGHTING/CRASH AND SALVAGE


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct fire chief procedures during airfield aircraft emergency operations Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Coordination Deductive Reasoning

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATION AIRCRAFT HANDLING


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct airfield operations safety training Critical Thinking Instructing Operate mobile support equipment Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Perform airfield support operations Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Visualization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SHIPBOARD/SHORE STATIONS MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct E-28 arresting gear journal inspections Monitoring Written Expression Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Conduct E-28 arresting gear post-operational inspections Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Conduct E-28 arresting gear pre-operational inspections Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Written Comprehension Conduct E-28 engine start-up and shutdown procedures Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Operation and Control Written Comprehension Maintain Manually Operated Visual Landing Aid Systems (MOVLAS) Equipment Maintenance Written Comprehension Management of Material Resources Visualization Maintain shore based arresting gear Equipment Maintenance Written Comprehension Management of Material Resources Visualization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AB-17(H)

CHAPTER 2

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (AC)

NAVPERS 18068-2E CH-52


Updated: October 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (AC)

SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER CONTROL TOWER OPERATIONS EMERGENCY OPERATIONS FLIGHT PLANNING GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES RADAR (ASHORE, CARRIER, AMPHIBIOUS, TACRON, FACSFAC) TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

AC-3 AC-4 AC-5 AC-5 AC-5 AC-6 AC-6 AC-8 AC-9

AC-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (AC)

SCOPE OF RATING

Air Traffic Controllers (AC) provide air traffic control services in air traffic control towers, radar air traffic control facilities, fleet area control and surveillance facilities, and air operations offices ashore and afloat; operate radio communication systems and light signals; direct aircraft under Visual Flight Rules (VFR) and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR); operate surveillance radar, precision radar, data link approach systems, Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) equipment and other air traffic control equipment; respond to emergency air traffic situations; maintain current flight planning information and reference material; and assist pilots in preparing and processing flight plans. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 2.

AC-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN

ACCM

ACCS

ACC

AC1

AC2

AC3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Limited Duty Officer can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AC-4

Job Title

Job Code

Air Traffic Controller


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AC NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER Other Relationships and Rules NEC 6901, 6902, 6903, or 6904

001307
Short Title (10 Characters) AIR CNTRL

Job Description Air Traffic Controllers play a key role in the effective use of Naval airpower throughout the world in operational and training environments. Primary roles include preventing collisions between aircraft operating in the system and organizing and expediting the flow of traffic operating to and from airfields or the decks of Naval ships using radio, radar and lighting systems; control the movement of aircraft and vehicles on airfields; and issue instructions to pilots. DoD Relationship Group Title Air Traffic Control Skills Coordination Speaking Critical Thinking Active Learning Management of Material Resources Monitoring Judgment and Decision Making Complex Problem Solving Management of Personnel Resources Writing O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Air Traffic Controllers

DoD Code 122200

SOC Code 53-2021.00 Abilities Deductive Reasoning Oral Expression Speech Clarity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Selective Attention Written Expression Manual Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness

Job Family Transportation and Material Moving

CONTROL TOWER OPERATIONS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct daily airfield inspections Conduct runway visual scans Control aircraft movement on airfields Control vehicles on airfields Coordinate runway use Operate airfield lighting systems Plan assigned runways use Separate and sequence aircraft in tower Supervise tower watch teams EMERGENCY OPERATIONS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Activate airfield emergency alarms Control aircraft experiencing emergencies Direct vehicles to emergency sites Test emergency alarms

AC-5

FLIGHT PLANNING Paygrade E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E7 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct overdue aircraft search Coordinate aircraft inspections (agricultural, customs, immigration, etc.) Coordinate Distinguished Visitor (DV) movements Draft and submit aircraft movement messages Input Notices To Airmen (NOTAM) Issue Prior Permission Required (PPR) approvals Manage air traffic control Notice To Airman (NOTAM) support for Department of the Navy (DoN) Process flight plans Supervise flight planning GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES Paygrade E6 E6 E4 E5 E5 E6 E6 E5 E4 E4 E4 E6 E5 E6 E5 E5 E7 E6 E5 E5 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Brief pilots on local course rules Brief watch teams Conduct missing aircraft initial search Control aircraft in holding pattern Control special handling aircraft evolutions Coordinate Air Traffic Control (ATC) issues with civil authorities Coordinate Air Traffic Control (ATC) issues with other military agencies Coordinate Air Traffic Control (ATC) led airspace Coordinate aircraft information with transient line Coordinate aircraft movement Coordinate arresting gear operations and maintenance Coordinate combat missions Coordinate flight operations Coordinate information regarding Electronic Countermeasure (ECM) incidents to controllers, pilots, facilities, etc. Coordinate maintenance of Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment Coordinate Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) movement Coordinate National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) operations Coordinate noise abatement procedures Coordinate Search and Rescue (SAR) operations Decode Air Traffic Control (ATC) communication messages Deconflict airspace matters Destroy classified material Direct radio frequency changes Display Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment status Display flight information Disseminate bird activity reports

AC-6

E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 E6 E5 E4 E4 E5 E5 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Disseminate Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation Ordnance (HERO) conditions Disseminate weather reports Enter flight plan information into National Airspace System (NAS) Implement Severe Weather Avoidance Plan (SWAP) Instruct Air Traffic Control (ATC) trainees Investigate Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) signals Issue advance non-control information to aircraft Issue advisories Issue Air Traffic Control (ATC) clearances Issue Air Traffic Control (ATC) wake turbulence advisories Issue air traffic control safety alerts Issue aircraft clearance delay notices Issue control instructions to aircraft Issue control instructions to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) pilots Issue expeditionary control instructions Issue non-radar routings for Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) aircraft Issue weather observations Maintain aeronautical charts and publications Maintain current weather reports for flight operations Maintain operational continuity of Air Traffic Control (ATC) watch teams Maintain squadron flight schedules Monitor Air Traffic Control (ATC) training programs Monitor aircraft during Electronic Emission Control (EMCON) Monitor assigned airspace Monitor Automated Surface Observation System (ASOS) displays Monitor Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation Ordnance (HERO) conditions Monitor national security and safety of flight communications Monitor Navigation Aids (NAVAIDS) alarms Notify enroute and destination stations of aircraft requiring special handling Obtain aircraft fuel states Obtain aircraft position reports Obtain Pilot Reports (PIREP) Operate Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment Plot positions (ship, airfield, etc.) Process facility records and reports Process flight progress strips Provide additional services to aircraft Relay aircraft ordnance handling information Report airspace encroachment Report national security threats

AC-7

E5 E4 E4 E4 E6 E6 E6 E4

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Report operational errors or deviations Report unusual occurrences Report weather hazards Safeguard classified material Supervise aircraft evolutions Supervise expeditionary watch teams Update Air Traffic Control (ATC) forms and logs Vector aircraft RADAR (ASHORE, CARRIER, AMPHIBIOUS, TACRON, FACSFAC)

Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E6 E6 E5 E7 E4 E7 E4 E4 E5 E4 E6 E4 E4 E6 E5 E4 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Adjust Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar consoles Brief Air Combat Element (ACE) Compile and disseminate pre-launch data Conduct radar final approaches Control aircraft in Special Use Airspace (SUA) Control aircraft refueling evolutions Coordinate air to air refueling Coordinate shipboard airspace Decode Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) Hydraulics, Electrical, Fuel, Oxygen, Engine (HEFOE) information Draft video map data requests Establish radar contact Manage shipboard aircraft evolutions Monitor instrument approaches Perform green crown operations Perform tactical Air Traffic Control (ATC) assault procedures Relay mission coordination assistance Schedule airspace users Separate and sequence aircraft in radar Supervise air operations watch teams Supervise air traffic control shipboard operations Supervise radar watch teams Transfer radar identification Update Air Traffic Control (ATC) status boards and Integrated Shipboard Information Systems (ISIS)

AC-8

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E6 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E6 E4 E7 Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct airfield site surveys Coordinate Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment issues with In-Service Engineering Activity (ISEA) Coordinate Air Traffic Control (ATC) system upgrades Develop open skies treaty messages Evaluate Air Traffic Control (ATC) facilities for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Department of the Navy (DoN) procedural compliance Evaluate Air Traffic Control (ATC) procedure change proposals Evaluate Air Traffic Control (ATC) training programs Evaluate and qualify air traffic controllers Investigate airspace issues Liaison with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) personnel Maintain logs and records (equipment, hot area event, tower visibility, etc.) Maintain physical security of Air Traffic Control (ATC) spaces Manage Air Traffic Control (ATC) assigned airspace Manage Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment Manage Air Traffic Control (ATC) expeditionary services Manage Air Traffic Control (ATC) facilities Manage Air Traffic Control (ATC) facility waivers Manage air traffic control Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Manage air traffic control personnel Manage air traffic control procedure correspondence Manage air traffic control publications libraries Manage air traffic control training programs Manage airfield operations Manage airspace Manage Department of the Navy (DoN) air traffic control program for obstruction evaluation, airport and airspace analysis Manage Department of the Navy (DoN) navigational aids within the National Airspace System (NAS) and at overseas installations Manage Department of the Navy (DoN) participation in the federal rule-making process Manage deployment and procurement of air traffic control systems Manage facility Air Installation Compatibility Use Zone (AICUZ) programs Manage Search And Rescue (SAR) efforts Prepare Air Traffic Control (ATC) audio tape transcriptions Prepare Air Traffic Control (ATC) communication messages Prepare Air Traffic Control (ATC) hazard reports

AC-9

E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7

CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE

Prepare Air Traffic Control (ATC) specialist certificate/revocation packages Prepare Operational Capability Improvement Requests (OCIR) Prepare pre-battle data Process Altitude Reservation (ALTRV) requests Process operational errors or deviations Provide technical assistance and inputs for Air Traffic Control (ATC) systems Provide technical support on airspace matters Request Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) waivers Supervise Air Traffic Control (ATC) watch team personnel Update Air Traffic Control (ATC) manuals

AC-10

CHAPTER 3

AVIATION MACHINIST'S MATE (AD)

NAVPERS 18068-3E CH-51


Updated: July 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS AVIATION MACHINIST'S MATE (AD)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION MACHINISTS MATE ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE ENGINE COMPONENT INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE AUXILIARY POWER HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE GENERAL MAINTENANCE CORROSION CONTROL MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE PROPELLER SYSTEMS AVIATION MACHINISTS MATE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL GENERAL POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE ENGINE COMPONENT INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE AUXILIARY POWER HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE GENERAL MAINTENANCE CORROSION CONTROL MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE PROPELLER SYSTEMS AD-3 AD-4 AD-5 AD-5 AD-6 AD-6 AD-6 AD-6 AD-7 AD-7 AD-7 AD-7 AD-9 AD-9 AD-10 AD-10 AD-10 AD-10 AD-11 AD-11 AD-11 AD-11

AD-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION MACHINIST'S MATE (AD)

SCOPE OF RATING

Aviation Machinist's Mates (AD) maintain, inspect, troubleshoot, preserve, and de-preserve aircraft engines and their related systems, including fuel, lubrication, compression, combustion, exhaust, accessory gearbox, aircraft mounted accessory drive, propeller, anti-ice, and bleed air systems; conduct special and conditional inspections and oil analysis; functional checks and required adjustments on engines and related systems; and supervise and provide training to powerplant work centers.

__________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 3.

AD-3

GENERAL INFORMATION

CAREER PATTERN

AFCM AMCS

ADCS

ADC

AMEC

AMC

AD1

AME1

AM1

AD2

AME2

AM2

AD3

AME3

AM3

AIRMAN

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

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NEBC Job Title

NEBC Job Code

Aviation Machinists Mate Organizational Level


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AD NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIA MACHINIST MATE O-LEVEL Other Relationships and Rules NEC 64XX, 83XX, and 88XX series

001362
Short Title (10 Characters) AVMECH OLV

Job Description Aviation Machinists Mates Organization Level conduct scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft engines, fuel, and lubrication systems; perform complete aircraft turboshaft, turbofan, turbojet, and turboprop engine repairs; perform helicopter and propeller maintenance including rotors, gearboxes, and drive accessory repairs; and evaluate jet engines performance using advanced calibration equipment. DoD Relationship Group Title Aircraft Engines O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians

DoD Code 160100

SOC Code 49-3011.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Skills Equipment Maintenance Repairing Quality Control Analysis Troubleshooting Systems Analysis Coordination Reading Comprehension Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources

Abilities Selective Attention Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Written Comprehension Oral Expression Perceptual Speed Information Ordering Spatial Orientation Control Precision

POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E5 E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE Task Statements Collect oil samples for analysis Conduct special engine inspections Inspect accessory gearbox assemblies Inspect Gas Turbine Compressor (GTC) assemblies Maintain accessory gearbox assemblies Maintain engine anti-ice systems Maintain engine bleed air systems Maintain engine control systems Maintain engine ignition systems Maintain engine starting systems Maintain oil systems (airframe mounted accessory drive, engine, variable exhaust nozzle, gearbox, etc.) Maintain Quick Engine Change (QEC) assemblies Maintain throttle systems Perform electrical inspections on engine components Perform engine throttle rigging operations Perform engine wash Preserve and de-preserve engines Remove and replace engines Remove and replace Generator Converter Units (GCU)

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E6 E5

CORE CORE

Supervise power plant and related systems maintenance Troubleshoot power plants and related systems ENGINE COMPONENT INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Inspect internal hot and cold sections Maintain compressor systems Maintain engine drive shafts Maintain engine exhaust systems Remove and replace engine anti-ice system components Remove and replace engine exhaust system components Remove and replace engine ignition system components Remove and replace engine oil system components Remove and replace engine starting system components Repair engine compressor assemblies AUXILIARY POWER

Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Inspect Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Maintain Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) systems Remove and replace Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Troubleshoot Auxiliary Power Units (APU) HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Inspect aircraft rotor system components Maintain aircraft drive transmission systems Maintain aircraft rotor systems Maintain engine fire bottles Perform vibration analysis Remove and replace aircraft rotor system components GENERAL MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E4 E5 E5 E6 E5 E4 E5 E4 E7 E6

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct aircraft maintenance turns Conduct aircraft transfer and acceptance inspections Conduct conditional inspections Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Conduct scheduled maintenance inspections Conduct support equipment inspections Incorporate Technical Directives (TD) Maintain Aircraft Mounted Accessory Drive (AMAD) assemblies Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP)

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CORROSION CONTROL Paygrade E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct corrosion inspections Perform corrosion prevention procedures Treat power plant and related systems corrosion MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E4 E7 E6 E7 E7 E7 E4 E7 E7 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Assign aircraft to missions Brief and debrief flight crews Conduct maintenance briefs Document aircraft maintenance Manage cannibalization actions Manage power plant administrations Prepare Broad Arrow reports Release aircraft safe for flight Report aircraft status Review Aircraft Discrepancy Books (ADB) Schedule aircraft for maintenance Schedule aircraft inspections FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 E5 E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Collect aircraft fuel samples Maintain aircraft fuel systems Remove and replace Aerial Refueling Stores (ARS) Remove and replace engine fuel system components Remove and replace fuel stores Repair external fuel tanks Troubleshoot Aerial Refueling Stores (ARS) Troubleshoot aircraft fuel systems Troubleshoot external fuel tanks Remove and replace blade fold systems Troubleshoot aircraft drive transmission systems Troubleshoot aircraft rotor system components PROPELLER SYSTEMS Paygrade E5 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect aircraft propellers Maintain aircraft propeller systems Maintain reduction gearbox systems

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E4 E4 E5 E5 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Maintain torque meter assemblies Remove and replace valve housing assemblies Troubleshoot propeller systems Troubleshoot reduction gear box Troubleshoot valve housing assemblies

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NEBC Job Title

NEBC Job Code

Aviation Machinists Mate Intermediate Level


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AD NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIA MACHINIST MATE I-LEVEL Other Relationships and Rules NEC 72XX series, 8300, and 8800

001417
Short Title (10 Characters) AVMECH ILV

Job Description Aviation Machinists Mates Intermediate Level conduct intermediate level repair on aircraft engines; perform complete intermediate level turboshaft, turbofan, turbojet, and turboprop engine repair including propellers, rotors, gearboxes, and drive accessories; and evaluate turbine engines performance using jet test cells and advanced calibration equipment. DoD Relationship Group Title Aircraft Engines O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians

DoD Code 160100

SOC Code 49-3011.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Skills Equipment Maintenance Repairing Quality Control Analysis Troubleshooting Systems Analysis Reading Comprehension Operation Monitoring Management of Material Resources Operation and Control Writing

Abilities Selective Attention Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Written Comprehension Control Precision Oral Expression Perceptual Speed Written Expression Arm-Hand Steadiness

POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E5 E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 E6 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Collect oil samples for analysis Conduct special engine inspections Inspect accessory gearbox assemblies Inspect Gas Turbine Compressor (GTC) assemblies Maintain accessory gearbox assemblies Maintain engine bleed air systems Maintain engine control systems Maintain engine ignition systems Maintain engine modules Maintain engine starting systems Maintain oil systems (airframe mounted accessory drive, engine, variable exhaust nozzle, gearbox, etc.) Maintain Quick Engine Change (QEC) assemblies Perform electrical inspections on engine components Perform engine throttle rigging operations Perform engine wash Preserve and de-preserve engines Repair Gas Turbine Compressor (GTC) assemblies Supervise power plant and related systems maintenance Troubleshoot power plants and related systems

AD-9

ENGINE COMPONENT INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Paygrade E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect engine fuel system components Inspect internal hot and cold sections Maintain compressor systems Maintain engine drive shafts Maintain engine exhaust systems Maintain turbine assemblies Remove and replace engine anti-ice system components Remove and replace engine bleed air system components Remove and replace engine exhaust system components Remove and replace engine ignition system components Remove and replace engine oil system components Remove and replace engine starting system components Remove and replace turbine assemblies Repair combustion systems Repair engine compressor assemblies AUXILIARY POWER Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Maintain Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) systems Remove and replace Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Troubleshoot Auxiliary Power Units (APU) HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE Paygrade E5 E4 E5 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect aircraft rotor system components Maintain aircraft rotor systems Perform vibration analysis Remove and replace aircraft rotor system components Troubleshoot aircraft rotor system components GENERAL MAINTENANCE Paygrade E5 E6 E5 E4 E5 E5 E5 E7 E6 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct conditional inspections Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Conduct scheduled maintenance inspections Conduct support equipment inspections Incorporate Technical Directives (TD) Maintain engine test cell equipment Maintain oil analysis equipment Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Perform engine test cell operations AD-10

CORROSION CONTROL Paygrade E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct corrosion inspections Perform corrosion prevention procedures Treat power plant and related systems corrosion MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E7 E4 E7 E6 E7 E7 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct maintenance briefs Document aircraft maintenance Manage cannibalization actions Manage power plant administrations Prepare Broad Arrow reports Prepare engine status reports FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE Task Statements Remove and replace engine fuel system components Repair Aerial Refueling Stores (ARS) Repair external fuel tanks Troubleshoot Aerial Refueling Stores (ARS) Troubleshoot external fuel tanks PROPELLER SYSTEMS Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect aircraft propellers Maintain aircraft propeller systems Maintain reduction gearbox systems Maintain torque meter assemblies Remove and replace valve housing assemblies Repair aircraft propellers Troubleshoot propeller systems Troubleshoot valve housing assemblies

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CHAPTER 4

AVIATION ELECTRICIANS MATE (AE)

NAVPERS 18068-4D CH-42

AVIATION ELECTRICIAN'S MATE (AE) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION ELECTRICIAN'S MATE ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS AVIATION SUPPORT COMPASS AND INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS CORROSION CONTROL ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS QUALITY ASSURANCE AVIATION ELECTRICIAN'S MATE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS AVIATION SUPPORT COMPASS AND INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS CORROSION CONTROL ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS QUALITY ASSURANCE AE-3 AE-4 AE-5 AE-5 AE-5 AE-5 AE-5 AE-6 AE-6 AE-6 AE-6 AE-7 AE-7 AE-8 AE-9 AE-9 AE-10 AE-10 AE-11 AE-11 AE-11 AE-12 AE-12 AE-13 AE-13 AE-14

AE-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION ELECTRICIAN'S MATE (AE)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Electrician's Mates (AE) maintain electrical and instrument systems, including power generation, conversion, and distribution systems, aircraft batteries, interior and exterior lighting; electrical control of aircraft systems, including hydraulic, landing gear, flight control, utility, and power plant engine, flight and non-instrument-type indicating and warning systems, automatic flight control and stabilization systems, aircraft compass systems, attitude reference systems, and inertial navigation systems. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 4.

AE-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN AVCM

AECS

ATCS

AEC

ATC

AE1

AT1

AE2

AT2

AE3

AT3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AE-4

Job Title

Aviation Electrician's Mate Organizational Level Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AE NOC 4900-2091.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVIA O-LEVEL ELECTRICIAN Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 6701, 7182, 83XX, and 88XX series

001527

Job Code

Short Title (10 Characters) OLVL ELECT

Job Description Aviation Electrician's Mate Organizational Level Technicians communicate with Maintenance Control and Quality Assurance work centers and operate according to the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP). They maintain, troubleshoot, repair, and inspect a wide array of electrical and electronic equipment including: aircraft electrical systems, aircraft instrumentation equipment, aircraft power plants related equipment, aircraft airframe related, and aircraft utility equipment. They conduct system troubleshooting procedures using critical thinking skills and deductive reasoning to interpret schematics for electrical and electronic circuits. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Accessories 160 Code and Area: 160200 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Avionics Technicians 49-2091.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain flight data recorders Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain lighting system components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain master caution advisory systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain Flight Director Indicators (FDI) Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain liquid quantity systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain aircraft power plant electrical components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain fuel system components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain propeller electrical systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain flight control system components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

AE-5

E4

CORE

Maintain flight surface indicating device components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation

Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

AVIATION SUPPORT
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Operate portable electronic test equipment Operation and Control Troubleshooting Perform acceptance inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform conditional inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform daily inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform phase inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform special inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform transfer inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform turnaround inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform zonal inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Abilities Control Precision Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

COMPASS AND INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain aircraft Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain aircraft navigation electrical components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

CORROSION CONTROL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Identify corrosion on aircraft electrical components Quality Control Analysis Science Treat corrosion on aircraft components Equipment Maintenance Judgment and Decision Making Treat corrosion on aircraft electrical components Equipment Maintenance Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Deductive Reasoning Memorization Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Build aircraft wiring harnesses Technology Design Complex Problem Solving Maintain aircraft protection devices Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Visualization Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

AE-6

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain aircraft supervisory panels and voltage regulators Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain aircraft wiring Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain aircraft wiring devices Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain airframe electrical systems components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain electrical components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain landing gear and electrical system components Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain pitot static systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain protection devices Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Repair aircraft wiring harness Complex Problem Solving Repairing

Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity

MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Certify aircraft safe for flight Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Memorization Conduct maintenance briefs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Manage functional check flight requirements Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Manage monthly maintenance plans Writing Written Expression Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Manage Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) data Coordination Inductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Manage Technical Directives (TD) Coordination Inductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Review Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB) Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Review Maintenance Data Reports (MDR) Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Inspect aircraft batteries Skills Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis E4 CORE Maintain aircraft batteries Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation E4 CORE Maintain aircraft generators Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning

AE-7

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain aircraft transformer rectifiers, converters, and inverters Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Bus Power Control systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Generator Control systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation

Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

QUALITY ASSURANCE
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Quality Control Analysis Monitoring Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Coordination Complex Problem Solving Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Management of Personnel Resources Reading Comprehension Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AE-8

Job Title

Aviation Electrician's Mate Intermediate Level Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AE NOC 4900-2091.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVIA I-LEVEL ELECTRICIAN

001472
Short Title (10 Characters) ILVL ELECT

Job Code

Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 1591, 6422, 6701, 71XX series, 8300 and 8800

Job Description Aviation Electrician's Mate Intermediate Level Technicians communicate with Production Control and Quality Assurance work centers and operate according to the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP). They maintain and inspect a wide array of equipment including: electrical and electronic components, batteries, inertial navigation units, test sets and electronic module test consoles, aircraft instruments, generators and generator power distribution equipment, and night vision goggles. They conduct system troubleshooting procedures using critical thinking skills and deductive reasoning to interpret schematics for electrical and electronic circuits DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Accessories 160 Code and Area: 160200 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Avionics Technicians 49-2091.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect aircraft supervisory panels and voltage regulators Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect aircraft wiring and protection devices Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect airframe electrical system components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect circuit cards Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect emergency systems electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect Environmental Control System (ECS) components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect Environmental Control Systems (ECS) electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect landing gear electrical system components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect lighting systems Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect retrograde wiring harnesses Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Maintain flight data recorders Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain master caution advisory systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AE-9

AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect aircraft instruments Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect aircraft pitot static instruments Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect Flight Director Indicators (FDI) Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect liquid quantity indicators Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Repair Flight Director Indicators (FDI) Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair liquid quantity indicators Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair pitot static indicators Complex Problem Solving Repairing Troubleshoot aircraft instruments Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot Flight Director Indicators (FDI) Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot flight instrument components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot liquid quantity indicators Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot pitot static instruments Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AIRCRAFT POWER PLANT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect aircraft power plant electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect fuel system electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect propeller electrical systems Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Repair aircraft power plant electrical system components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair fuel system components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Troubleshoot aircraft power plant electrical system components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot fuel system components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AE-10

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect flight control system components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect flight surface indicating devices components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Repair flight control system components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair flight surface indicating device components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Troubleshoot flight control systems components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot flight surface indicating device components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AVIATION SUPPORT
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Operate portable electronic test equipment Operation and Control Troubleshooting Perform acceptance inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform conditional inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform special inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform zonal inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Abilities Control Precision Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

COMPASS AND INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect aircraft Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect aircraft navigation electrical components Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Repair aircraft navigation electrical components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair aircraft navigation electronic components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Troubleshoot aircraft navigation electrical components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft navigation electronic components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft navigation systems Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AE-11

CORROSION CONTROL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Identify corrosion on aircraft electrical components Quality Control Analysis Science Treat corrosion on aircraft components Equipment Maintenance Judgment and Decision Making Treat corrosion on aircraft electrical components Equipment Maintenance Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Deductive Reasoning Memorization Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Build aircraft wiring harnesses Technology Design Complex Problem Solving Repair aircraft supervisory panels and voltage regulators Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair aircraft wiring harnesses Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair airframe electrical systems components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair circuit cards Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair electrical components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair emergency system components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair Environmental Control System (ECS) components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair landing gear electrical system components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Repair lighting systems components Complex Problem Solving Repairing Troubleshoot aircraft batteries Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft emergency systems Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft protection devices Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft supervisory panels Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft wiring Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot airframe electrical systems components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot electrical components Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Visualization Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AE-12

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Troubleshoot environmental systems Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot lighting systems Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot propeller electrical systems Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot retrograde wiring harnesses Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection

Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct maintenance briefs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Manage monthly maintenance plan Writing Written Expression Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Manage Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) data Coordination Inductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Manage Technical Directives (TD) Coordination Inductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Inspect aircraft batteries Skills Abilities

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Inspect aircraft electrical power distribution systems and components Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Inspect aircraft generators Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Inspect Bus Power Control Units (BPCU) Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Inspect Generator Control Units (GCU) Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Repair aircraft electrical power distribution systems and components Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Repairing Manual Dexterity Repair aircraft generators Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Repairing Manual Dexterity Repair aircraft transformer rectifiers and inverters Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Repairing Manual Dexterity Repair Bus Power Control Units (BPCU) Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Repairing Manual Dexterity Repair Generator Control Units (GCU) Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Repairing Manual Dexterity Troubleshoot Bus Power Control Units (BPCU) Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Equipment Selection Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot aircraft electrical power distribution system components Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Equipment Selection Problem Sensitivity

AE-13

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Troubleshoot aircraft generators Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft transformer inverters Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft transformer rectifiers Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot aircraft voltage regulators Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot Generator Control Units (GCU) Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Troubleshoot transformer rectifiers and inverters Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection

Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

QUALITY ASSURANCE
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Quality Control Analysis Monitoring Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Coordination Complex Problem Solving Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Management of Personnel Resources Reading Comprehension Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AE-14

CHAPTER 5

AEROGRAPHER'S MATE (AG)

NAVPERS 18068-5C CH-41

AEROGRAPHER'S MATE (AG) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC (METOC) TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS PRODUCTS TACTICAL APPLICATIONS WATCHSTANDING METEOROLOGICAL FORECASTER ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS FORECASTS PRODUCTS TACTICAL APPLICATIONS WATCHSTANDING OCEANOGRAPHIC FORECASTER ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS FORECASTS PRODUCTS TACTICAL APPLICATIONS WATCHSTANDING METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC (METOC) MANAGER ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS PRODUCTS WATCHSTANDING AG-2 AG-3 AG-4 AG-5 AG-5 AG-5 AG-7 AG-7 AG-8 AG-9 AG-9 AG-10 AG-11 AG-11 AG-12 AG-13 AG-17 AG-17 AG-18 AG-20 AG-24 AG-24 AG-26 AG-26 AG-27 AG-29 AG-30 AG-31 AG-31 AG-33 AG-35 AG-35 AG-36 AG-36 AG-38 AG-38 AG-40 AG-40 AG-41

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AEROGRAPHERS MATE (AG)

SCOPE OF RATING Aerographers Mates (AG) collect, measure, and analyze the elements of the physical environment (land, sea, air, space) and land/sea interface; synthesize a vast array of oceanographic and meteorological data and in situ observations and measurements to produce forecasts and warnings in support of safety of flight and navigation, as well as Naval/Joint Operations and missions; demonstrate expertise in Hydrography, Geospatial Information and Services (GIS), datum issues, and Tactical Decision Aids (TDA); combine knowledge of the operating environment with a thorough understanding of warfighting capabilities to assess and predict environmental impacts to friendly and enemy platforms, sensors, and weapon systems; develop actionable recommendations to tactics, techniques, and procedures that fully exploit environmental parameters, mitigate risk, and enable decision superiority across all warfighting areas and strategic and enabling capabilities; and distribute data internally and externally to aircraft, ships, and shore activities via communication devices/web-centric architecture, or on-scene in direct support of afloat units, fleet/joint staffs, or combatant/operational commanders. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 5.

AG-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN

AGCM

AGCS

AGC

AG1

AG2

AG3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Limited Duty Officer can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AG-4

Job Title

Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) Technician


Job Family Life, Physical, and Social Science Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AG NOC 1900-2021.00 Proficiency Level A Short Title (30 Characters) METOC TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules:

Job Code

001695
Short Title (10 Characters) METOC TEC

Job Description Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) Technicians measure or acquire the elements of the physical environment (Land/Sea/Air/Space) that affect platforms, sensors, and weapon systems performance. Observe, collect, record and conduct limited analysis of data. Determine stepby-step procedures and explain fundamental principles and relationships of METOC data and their impact on naval forces. Operate instruments and computers monitoring air pressure, temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, sky condition, sea surface temperature and sea waves. Distribute this data internally and externally to aircraft, ships, and shore activities via communication devices/web-centric architecture. Interpret Numerical Predication Models and operate classified/unclassified METOC software and systems. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Weather, General 142 Code and Area: 142000 14 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Atmospheric and Space Scientists 19-2021.00 Name and Family Code: Life, Physical, and Social Science 19

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Archive Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Conduct quality control checks on environmental observations Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) administrative files Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) publications Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ANALYSIS
Paygrade E4 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze microscale oceanographic nearshore features on Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean bottom characteristics Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean current direction and speed Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean fronts and eddies Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea ice on oceanographic products Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

AG-5

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

Analyze sea surface temperatures on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze side-scan sonar imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze significant wave heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of littoral imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support products and data Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of physical and biological oceanographic products and information Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of rawinsonde data and information Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic analyses of riverine imagery Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic bathythermograph analyses Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct basic constant pressure chart analysis Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct Sound Speed Profile (SSP) analyses Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate buoy data Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Identify basic Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements on satellite imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Identify basic meteorological features on surface weather charts Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements from imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements from videos Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Prepare Skew-T Log-P diagrams Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-6

ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Brief basic Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements and features on climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief basic meteorological features on surface weather charts Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief basic meteorological features on tropical products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current local weather advisories and warnings Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current weather information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief ice forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct basic littoral imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct basic radar products and information briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct basic riverine imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct basic satellite imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct hydrographic reconnaissance briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION


Paygrade E4 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Collect hydrographic data and information Coordination Science Determine current atmospheric conditions Critical Thinking Science Generate surface weather observations Critical Thinking Science Generate synoptic weather observations Critical Thinking Science Abilities Written Comprehension Information Ordering Category Flexibility Information Ordering Category Flexibility Information Ordering Category Flexibility Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AG-7

E4

JOBSPEC

Generate tidal observations Critical Thinking Category Flexibility Science Information Ordering Generate upper air observations Critical Thinking Category Flexibility Science Information Ordering Launch upper air balloons Coordination Gross Body Coordination Operation and Control Control Precision Maintain observation sheets Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Writing Deductive Reasoning Obtain Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery for analyses Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) environmental data Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain satellite imagery for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) analyses Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain ship Projected Intended Movement (PIM) and Movement Reports (MOVREP) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Prepare basic Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare solar and lunar data and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tidal data Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Produce mosaic mapped images from Full Motion Video (FMV) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility Produce mosaic mapped images from still imagery Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility Record observed Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) parameters Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Science Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS


Paygrade E4 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Identify operating system and application software failures Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Inspect Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for operational readiness Equipment Maintenance Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Operate hydrographic equipment Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Gross Body Coordination Operate message processing equipment Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

AG-8

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data systems Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Coordination Operation and Control Perform operator-level maintenance on hydrographic equipment Equipment Maintenance Operation and Control Prepare hydrographic equipment for deployment Critical Thinking Science

Control Precision Information Ordering Control Precision Gross Body Coordination Gross Body Coordination Control Precision Control Precision Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Information Ordering

PRODUCTS
Paygrade E4 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Prepare Commander's Update Briefs (CUB) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare flight weather folders and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare hydrographic reconnaissance briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Naval Special Warfare (NSW) sensor impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare sensor emplacement SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Surveillance/Reconnaissance SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tagging, Tracking, and Locating (TTL) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare weekly sea ice products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

TACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Apply geospatial orientation on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Spatial Orientation Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts to Tactical Special Reconnaissance (TSR) sensor placements Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Prepare Advanced Refractive Environmental Prediction System (AREPS) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

AG-9

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Prepare clutter density products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Optimum Path Aircraft Routing System (OPARS) for flight planning Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Personal Computer-Interactive Multi-sensor Analysis Training (PC-IMAT) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

WATCHSTANDING
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Brief weather information via the Pilot-to-Metro Service (PMSV) Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment operation training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Control Precision Conduct upper air observation training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning Disseminate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) forecasts and products Coordination Inductive Reasoning Operations Analysis Information Ordering Inform Chain of Command (COC) of environmental conditions impacting operations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Monitor environmental message traffic Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Monitor incoming Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data streams Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Prepare bathythermographic messages Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare watch turnover briefs Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

AG-10

Job Title

Meteorological Forecaster
Job Family Life, Physical, and Social Science Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AG NOC 1900-2021.00 Proficiency Level A/J Short Title (30 Characters) METEOROLOGICAL FORECASTER Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7412

Job Code

001585
Short Title (10 Characters) METOC FORC

Job Description Meteorological Forecasters analyze elements of the atmospheric environment and land/sea interface to forecast on Synoptic, Meso, and Micro scales and produce forecasts and warnings in support of naval operations and missions. Predict and assess the elements of the physical environment (Land/Sea/Air/Space) that affect both friendly and enemy platforms, sensors and weapon system performance, safety of flight and navigation, and naval/joint operations and missions. Characterize the operating environment and recommend courses of action to enhance the war fighters ability to exploit the physical environment for successful mission accomplishment. Create climatological studies supporting naval warfare planning. Demonstrate expertise in Strike Warfare (STW), Expeditionary Warfare (EXW), Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), datum issues, and Tactical Decision Aids (TDA) (atmospheric/electro-optic/electromagnetic). Synthesize a vast array of meteorological data including Numerical Prediction Models and TDAs. Distribute data internally and externally to aircraft, ships, and shore activities via communication devices/web-centric architecture. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Weather, General 142 Code and Area: 142000 14 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Atmospheric and Space Scientists 19-2021.00 Name and Family Code: Life, Physical, and Social Science 19

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Archive Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Conduct quality control checks on environmental observations Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products and services Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Target Area Meteorology (TAM) support Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data requirements Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) administrative files Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) publications Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) training for watch section personnel Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Prepare post-deployment reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Process mission support requests Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

AG-11

ANALYSIS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze electromagnetic propagation products and information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze hydrographic products and information Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze microscale oceanographic nearshore features on Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze National Technical Means (NTM) imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean current direction and speed Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean fronts and eddies Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze radar imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea surface temperatures on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze significant wave heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze Skew-T Log P diagrams Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze thickness and height change charts Mathematical Reasoning Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Science Analyze tropical products and information Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze vorticity charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Annotate significant features on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Information Ordering Science Deductive Reasoning Assess Numerical Model performance Science Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Assess prognostic charts Science Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Perceptual Speed Conduct comprehensive analyses of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

AG-12

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Conduct comprehensive analyses of littoral imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support products and data Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of rawinsonde data and information Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of riverine imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of satellite imagery for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of constant pressure charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of surface weather charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analyses of Sound Speed Profiles (SSP) Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate buoy data Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate mesoscale meteograms Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate stability indices Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate surf observations Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements from imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements from videos Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Identify upwelling events Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Verify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering

ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Advise fleet staffs of impending hazardous environmental conditions affecting operations Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Advise Mission Commanders of environmental conditions exceeding safety thresholds Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression

E6

CORE

AG-13

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Advise Operational Commanders of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operational risks Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Brief Advanced Refractive Environmental Prediction System (AREPS) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Amphibious Warfare Operations forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Aviation Strike Operations forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief ballistic wind forecasts and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Chaff Dispersion forecasts and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) forecasts and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current local weather advisories and warnings Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current weather information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Expeditionary Warfare Operations forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief flight weather forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief ice forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief impacts of climatic elements on mission planning Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) assessments and recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts on mission planning Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support capabilities Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression

AG-14

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) tactical assessments to mission planners Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Non-Combatant Operations forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Operational Area (OPAREA) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Search and Rescue (SAR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Sound Focus forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Space Shuttle support products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Special Warfare (SPECWAR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief surf forecasts and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel (TRAP) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Target Acquisition Weather Software (TAWS) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Target Area Meteorology (TAM) support products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone aircraft sortie recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone Conditions of Readiness (COR) recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone ship evasion and sortie recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief U.S. Embassy evacuation and reinforcement forecasts Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Underway Replenishment (UNREP) forecasts Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP) forecasts Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure (VBSS) operation forecasts Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression

AG-15

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

Conduct communications impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive brief of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive littoral imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive radar products and information briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive riverine imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive satellite imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive surface weather chart briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct hydrographic reconnaissance briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Naval Special Warfare (NSW) sensor impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct pre-deployment briefs for operational missions Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Tactical Atmospheric Summary (TAS) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Tactical Oceanographic Summary (TOS) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare current intelligence summaries Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare intelligence collections plans Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tropical cyclone aircraft sortie recommendations Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tropical cyclone Conditions of Readiness (COR) recommendations and messages Critical Thinking Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Prepare tropical cyclone ship evasion and sortie recommendations Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-16

ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION


Paygrade E4 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Collect hydrographic data and information Coordination Written Comprehension Science Information Ordering Obtain Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery for analysis Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) environmental data Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain satellite imagery for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) analysis Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain ship Projected Intended Movement (PIM) and Movement Reports (MOVREP) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Prepare astronomical data and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare solar and lunar data and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tidal data Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Produce mosaic mapped images from Full Motion Video (FMV) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility Produce mosaic mapped images from still imagery Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility Produce Numerical Model output Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct small boat handling operations Coordination Gross Body Coordination Operation and Control Control Precision Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for missions Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Inspect Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for operational readiness Equipment Maintenance Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Maintain group memberships for user accounts Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Maintain Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) software Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Operate hydrographic equipment Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Gross Body Coordination

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

AG-17

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data systems Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Coordination Operation and Control Perform hydrographic lead line surveys Coordination Operation and Control Perform operator-level maintenance on hydrographic equipment Equipment Maintenance Operation and Control Prepare hydrographic control stations Critical Thinking Science Prepare hydrographic equipment for deployment Critical Thinking Science

Control Precision Information Ordering Control Precision Gross Body Coordination Gross Body Coordination Control Precision Gross Body Coordination Control Precision Control Precision Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering

FORECASTS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Forecast air temperature and dew points Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast aircraft ditch headings Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast aircraft enroute weather Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast aircraft icing Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast altimeter settings Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast atmospheric effects on electro-optic sensors, weapons, and communications Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast cloud types, amounts, and layer heights Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast electromagnetic propagation conditions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast freezing levels Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast heat stress indexes Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast jet stream positions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AG-18

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Forecast littoral currents, speeds, and directions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast long wave patterns Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast microscale oceanographic nearshore features Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast movement and intensity changes in major short wave troughs and ridges Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast movement and intensity changes in surface pressure systems and features Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast ocean swells for distant beaches Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast precipitation types, intensities, and durations Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea states Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea surface temperatures Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea swell wave directions, periods, and heights Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast severe weather Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast synoptic features Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast takeoff weather Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast tropical cyclone development Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast tropical cyclone intensification changes Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast turbulence types, intensities, and levels Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast types of weather phenomena Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast visibility obstructions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) and Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning

AG-19

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Forecast wind chill temperatures Critical Thinking Science Forecast wind shear Critical Thinking Science Forecast wind speeds and directions Critical Thinking Science

Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning

PRODUCTS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct comprehensive brief of tropical products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare Amphibious Warfare operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Aviation Strike Operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare civil affairs environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare coastal patrol environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Commander's Update Briefs (CUB) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare communications environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare communications impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare comprehensive Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare cyclic operations forecasts and products for afloat platforms Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare direct action mission environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare electro-optic and infrared environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

AG-20

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

Prepare Enroute Routine Weather (WEAX) forecasts and messages Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Environmental Preparation of the Battlespace (EPB) products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Expeditionary Warfare operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare flight weather folders and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare flight weather forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare gas and oil platform environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Graphical Enroute Routine Weather (GWEAX) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Ground Operations environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Horizontal Weather Depictions (HWD) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare hydrographic data and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare hydrographic reconnaissance briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ice accretion forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ice edge forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Ice Enroute Routine Weather (ICE WEAX) forecasts and messages Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ice forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare local area forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare long-range sea ice forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) advisories, watches, and warnings Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-21

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operations briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) pre-deployment briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Naval Special Warfare (NSW) sensor impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare non-combatant operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ocean current direction and speed forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Operational Area (OPAREA ) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare operations environmental impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Optimum Track Ship Routing (OTSR) surveillance support products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare parachute operations environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare port operations and inner harbor forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare prognostic blends Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare psychological operations environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare riverine products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare sea surface temperature forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Search And Rescue (SAR) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare sensor emplacement SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare space shuttle support products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-22

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Prepare Special Boat Unit (SBU) environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Special Operations (SPECOPS) aviation environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Special Warfare (SPECWAR) operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare strategic reconnaissance forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare submarine operations forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare surf forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Surveillance/Reconnaissance SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare swimmer operation environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tagging, Tracking, and Locating (TTL) mission forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Target Area Meteorology (TAM) support Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Task Force or Task Group Enroute Routine Weather (TF or TG WEAX) forecasts and messages Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAF) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tropical forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare U.S. Embassy evacuation and reinforcement forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Underway Replenishment (UNREP) forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) environmental support Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare unmanned systems operations forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP) forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Vessel Boarding, Search, and Seizure (VBSS) operation forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-23

E5

CORE

Update flight weather forecasts and products Critical Thinking Science

Written Expression Information Ordering

TACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Apply geospatial orientation on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Spatial Orientation Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts to Tactical Special Reconnaissance (TSR) sensor placements Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Perform on-scene imagery analyses for environmental Essential Element Information (EEI) identification Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Prepare Advanced Refractive Environmental Prediction System (AREPS) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ballistic wind forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare chaff dispersion forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Hazard Prediction and Assessment Capability (HPAC) products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Sound Focus (SOCUS) forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tactical Atmospheric Summaries (TAS) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel (TRAP) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Target Acquisition Weather Software (TAWS) products and information Written Expression Critical Thinking Science Information Ordering

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E6

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

WATCHSTANDING
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Brief weather information via the Pilot-to-Metro Service (PMSV) Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment operation training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Control Precision Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning Conduct upper air observation training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

AG-24

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Inform Chain of Command (COC) of environmental conditions impacting operations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare watch turnover briefs Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity

AG-25

Job Title

Oceanographic Forecaster
Job Family Life, Physical, and Social Science Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AG NOC 1900-2021.00 Proficiency Level A/J Short Title (30 Characters) OCEANOGRAPHIC FORECASTER Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7412

Job Code

001750
Short Title (10 Characters) OCEAN FORC

Job Description Oceanographic Forecasters analyze elements of the oceanographic environment and land/sea interface to forecast on Synoptic, Meso, and Micro scales and produce oceanographic forecasts in support of naval operations and missions. Predict and assess the elements of the littoral regions, ocean and ocean floor environment that affect both friendly and enemy platforms, sensors, and weapon system performance, and naval/joint operations and missions. Characterize the operating environment and recommend courses of action to enhance the war fighters ability to exploit the ocean environment for successful mission accomplishment. Create oceanographic climatological studies supporting naval warfare planning. Demonstrate expertise in Naval Special Warfare (NSW), Mine Warfare (MIW) and countermeasures, Surface Warfare (SUW), Undersea Warfare (USW), Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), Tactical Decision Aids (TDA) (physical properties/acoustic/electro-optic/electromagnetic), datum issues, and littoral environments. Synthesize a vast array of oceanographic data including Numerical Prediction Models and Tactical Decision Aids. Distribute data internally and externally to aircraft, ships, and shore activities via communication devices/web-centric architecture. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Weather, General 142 Code and Area: 142000 14 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Atmospheric and Space Scientists 19-2021.00 Name and Family Code: Life, Physical, and Social Science 19

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Archive Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Conduct quality control checks on environmental observations Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products and services Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data requirements Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) administrative files Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Maintain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) publications Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) training for watch section personnel Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Prepare post-deployment reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Process mission support requests Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

AG-26

ANALYSIS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze electromagnetic propagation products and information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) Operational Effectiveness (MOE) charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean bottom characteristics Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean current direction and speed Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ocean fronts and eddies Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze radar imagery Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze ray trace diagrams Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze sea surface temperatures on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze side-scan sonar imagery Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze significant wave heights Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze Skew-T Log P diagrams Mathematical Reasoning Critical Thinking Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze thickness and height change charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze tropical products and information Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) collection data Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Deductive Reasoning Science Analyze vorticity charts Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Analyze water currents to assess optimum Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) tracks Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Annotate significant features on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Information Ordering Science Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

AG-27

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Assess Numerical Model performance Science Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Assess prognostic charts Science Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Perceptual Speed Conduct comprehensive analysis of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support products and data Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analysis of physical and biological oceanographic products and information Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analysis of rawinsonde data and information Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive analysis of satellite imagery for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) elements Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive bathythermograph analyses Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive constant pressure chart analyses Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct comprehensive surface weather chart analyses Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Conduct Sound Speed Profile (SSP) analyses Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate best evasion and detection depths Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate buoy data Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate mesoscale meteograms Critical Thinking Flexibility of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate stability indices Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Evaluate surf observations Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Identify upwelling events Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Verify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering

AG-28

ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Advise fleet staffs of impending hazardous environmental conditions affecting operations Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Advise Mission Commanders of environmental conditions exceeding safety thresholds Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Advise Operational Commanders of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operational risks Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Brief Advanced Refractive Environmental Prediction System (AREPS) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current local weather advisories and warnings Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief current weather information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief fresh water incursion information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Hold at Risk, Protective Passage, and Maritime Shield recommendations to Operational Commanders Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief ice forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief impacts of climatic elements on mission planning Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) assessments and recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support capabilities Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) tactical assessments to mission planners Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Operational Area (OPAREA) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Personal Computer Interactive Multi-sensor Analysis Training (PC-IMAT) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief physical and biological oceanographic products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E6

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

AG-29

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

JOBSPEC

Brief Search and Rescue (SAR) forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief surf forecasts and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Undersea Warfare (USW) Operations forecasts and products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive briefs of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive radar products and information briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive satellite imagery briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct comprehensive surface weather chart briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct pre-deployment briefs for operational missions Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare dive plans for sediment collection Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND DATA COLLECTION


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Obtain Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) environmental data Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Obtain satellite imagery for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) analyses Critical Thinking Information Ordering Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Prepare astronomical data and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare solar and lunar data and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tidal data Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Process bottom mapping data Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Analysis Category Flexibility

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

AG-30

E5

JOBSPEC

Process side-scan sonar imagery Critical Thinking Systems Analysis

Information Ordering Category Flexibility

EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for missions Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Inspect Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for operational readiness Equipment Maintenance Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Launch Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) Coordination Gross Body Coordination Operation and Control Control Precision Maintain group memberships for user accounts Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Maintain Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) software Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Written Comprehension Maintain Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) Complex Problem Solving Gross Body Coordination Equipment Maintenance Control Precision Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data systems Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Information Ordering Operate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment Operation and Control Control Precision Operation Monitoring Gross Body Coordination Recover Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) Coordination Gross Body Coordination Operation and Control Control Precision

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

FORECASTS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Forecast acoustic ranges Skills Abilities

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast air temperature and dew points Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast ambient noise effects Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast atmospheric effects on electro-optic sensors, weapons, and communications Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast cloud types, amounts, and layer heights Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast cutoff frequencies Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast electromagnetic propagation conditions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning

AG-31

E5

CORE

Forecast freezing levels Critical Thinking Science Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

Forecast heat stress indexes Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast jet stream positions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast littoral currents, speeds, and directions Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast long wave patterns Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast movement and intensity changes in major short wave troughs and ridges Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast movement and intensity changes in surface pressure systems and features Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast ocean swells for distant beaches Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast precipitation types, intensities, and durations Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea states Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea surface temperatures Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sea swell wave directions, periods, and heights Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast severe weather Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sonic layer depths Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast sound channel depths Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast synoptic features Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast tropical cyclone development Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast tropical cyclone intensification changes Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Forecast types of weather phenomena Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AG-32

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Forecast visibility obstructions Critical Thinking Science Forecast wind chill temperatures Critical Thinking Science Forecast wind shear Critical Thinking Science Forecast wind speeds and directions Critical Thinking Science

Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning Speed of Closure Deductive Reasoning

PRODUCTS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct comprehensive briefs of tropical products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare acoustic active and passive propagation products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare comprehensive Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) climatological products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare electro-optic and infrared environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Environmental Preparation of the Battlespace (EPB) products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Horizontal Weather Depictions (HWD) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ice accretion forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ice forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare local area forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) advisories, watches, and warnings Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operations briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Information Ordering Science Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) pre-deployment briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AG-33

E5

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

Prepare Mine Warfare (MIW) operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare non-acoustic products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ocean bottom analyses Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare ocean current direction and speed forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Operational Area (OPAREA) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare operations environmental impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare physical and biological oceanographic products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare prognostic blends Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare riverine products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare sea surface temperature forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Search And Rescue (SAR) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Special Operations (SPECOPS) aviation environmental forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Special Warfare (SPECWAR) operations forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare submarine operations forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare surf forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare swimmer operations environmental forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Undersea Warfare (USW) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-34

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

Prepare unmanned systems operations forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) environmental support Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

TACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Apply geospatial orientation on Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Spatial Orientation Conduct change detection analyses Critical Thinking Speed of Closure Science Deductive Reasoning Prepare Advanced Refractive Environmental Prediction System (AREPS) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare clutter density products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Extended Echo Ranging (EER) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Mine Warfare (MIW) environmental summaries Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Personal Computer-Interactive Multi-sensor Analysis Training (PC-IMAT) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Tactical Oceanographic Summaries (TOS) Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E5

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

JOBSPEC

E6

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

WATCHSTANDING
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment operation training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Control Precision Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning Inform Chain of Command (COC) of environmental conditions impacting operations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Prepare watch turnover briefs Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AG-35

Job Title

Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) Manager


Job Family Life, Physical, and Social Science Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AG NOC 1900-2021.00 Proficiency Level M Short Title (30 Characters) METOC MANAGER Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7412

Job Code

001640
Short Title (10 Characters) METOC MGR

Job Description Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) Managers ensure the operational effectiveness of METOC units through effective leadership of personnel and management of assets. Serve as the liaison with METOC customers to determine support requirements and provide the most relevant products for operational and mission success. Provide tactical recommendations to Warfare Commanders and Flag Officers. Function as the liaison with DOD/government agencies with METOC responsibilities to leverage operational products and training for mutual benefit and efficiencies. Responsible for METOC unit quality control and environmental impact metrics programs. Manage METOC programs and resources. Develop solutions to meet METOC equipment acquisitions and training programs. Advise senior METOC officers on command/staff management. Coordinate with enlisted distribution and community managers to meet METOC manpower requirements and resolve personnel issues. Train, supervise, and mentor METOC personnel to increase forecasting skills. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Weather, General 142 Code and Area: 142000 14 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Atmospheric and Space Scientists 19-2021.00 Name and Family Code: Life, Physical, and Social Science 19

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E7 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Advise command staff on manpower or infrastructure requirements for regional Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) communities Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Deductive Reasoning Advise Enlisted Community Manager (ECM) on personnel issues Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Deductive Reasoning Coordinate coalition or Joint Allied Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support requirements Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate inter-service or intra-service Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) conferences Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products and services Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Amphibious Warfare (AMW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Expeditionary Warfare (EXW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E6

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

AG-36

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Mine Warfare (MIW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Space Warfare Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Strike Warfare (STW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Surface Warfare (SUW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support to Undersea Warfare (USW) Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate meteorological support to aviation safety Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate meteorological support to maritime safety Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate Target Area Meteorology (TAM) support Coordination Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Coordinate training for tactical mission requirements Coordination Oral Comprehension Learning Strategies Oral Expression Coordinate travel plans for Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC) missions Management of Financial Resources Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression Develop contingency plans for Disaster Recovery Operations (DRO) Active Listening Written Expression Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Develop Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) partnerships with other U.S. Government agencies Coordination Oral Expression Judgment and Decision Making Oral Comprehension Direct regional Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) training programs Coordination Oral Expression Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Evaluate multiple environmental scenarios for contingency planning Judgment and Decision Making Category Flexibility Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) data requirements Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) manpower requirements Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Inspect quality and accuracy of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Maintain inter-service or intra-service relationship with host commands Coordination Oral Comprehension Social Perceptiveness Oral Expression

AG-37

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

Maintain Quality Control and Assurance (QCA) documentation for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products and services Coordination Written Expression Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operations Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Coordination Oral Expression Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) qualification and certification programs Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) quality control programs Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis Inductive Reasoning Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) training programs Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Manage mobile environmental teams Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Monitor Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) fleet manning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Prepare aircraft mishap reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare earthquake reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) situation reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare post-deployment reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare station reports Critical Thinking Written Expression Writing Information Ordering Represent Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) community issues to other government and military activities Social Perceptiveness Oral Expression Speaking Problem Sensitivity

ANALYSIS
Paygrade E7 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Evaluate ships surface weather observation programs Critical Thinking Number Facility Science Deductive Reasoning Verify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) forecasts and products Critical Thinking Written Expression Information Ordering Quality Control Analysis

E5

CORE

ASSESSMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Advise fleet staffs of impending hazardous environmental conditions affecting operations Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression

AG-38

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E6

JOBSPEC

Advise Mission Commanders of environmental conditions exceeding safety thresholds Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Advise Operational Commanders of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operational risks Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Science Oral Expression Assess Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts to warfare missions Complex Problem Solving Problem Sensitivity Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) assessments and recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts on mission planning Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) support capabilities Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) tactical assessments to mission planners Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) products and information Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tactical Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) products to mission planners Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief Target Area Meteorology (TAM) support products Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone aircraft sortie recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone Conditions of Readiness (COR) recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Brief tropical cyclone ship evasion and sortie recommendations Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Naval Special Warfare (NSW) sensor impact briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Tactical Atmospheric Summary (TAS) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Conduct Tactical Oceanographic Summary (TOS) briefs Science Deductive Reasoning Speaking Oral Expression Develop environmental sensing plans Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Science Category Flexibility Prepare dive plans for sediment collection Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

AG-39

E7

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

Prepare Operational Tasking Meteorological and Oceanographic (OPTASK METOC) information and messages Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tropical cyclone aircraft sortie recommendations Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare tropical cyclone Conditions of Readiness (COR) recommendations and messages Critical Thinking Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Prepare tropical cyclone ship evasion and sortie recommendations Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Recommend courses of action for sensor and weapon employment and laydown Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Deductive Reasoning

EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS


Paygrade E7 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Determine end user requirements for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) web sites Critical Thinking Oral Comprehension Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Determine new technologies and techniques for Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) community Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Technology Design Problem Sensitivity Identify Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment for missions Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Deductive Reasoning Implement new training technologies Learning Strategies Category Flexibility Technology Design Deductive Reasoning Manage maintenance of Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment Complex Problem Solving Gross Body Coordination Equipment Maintenance Control Precision Manage Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) command information systems Coordination Control Precision Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Monitor Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) equipment and systems status for mission readiness Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Monitoring Deductive Reasoning

E7

JOBSPEC

E6

CORE

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

E7

JOBSPEC

PRODUCTS
Paygrade E7 Task Type JOBSPEC Task Statements Skills Abilities Prepare hydrographic products and information Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) operations briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) pre-deployment briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare mission Concept of Operations (CONOPS) impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare operations environmental impact briefs Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

AG-40

E6

CORE

E5

JOBSPEC

Prepare Optimum Track Ship Routing (OTSR) surveillance support products Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering Prepare submarine operations forecasts Critical Thinking Written Expression Science Information Ordering

WATCHSTANDING
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) impacts training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning Conduct tactical Meteorology and Oceanographic (METOC) training Instructing Oral Expression Learning Strategies Speech Clarity

E7

CORE

AG-41

CHAPTER 6

SPECIAL WARFARE OPERATOR (SO)

NAVPERS 18068-6A CH-41

SPECIAL WARFARE OPERATOR (SO) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION SEA AIR AND LAND (SEAL) AIR INSERTION AND EXTRACTION OPERATIONS CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE (CBRNE) OPERATIONS DEMOLITION OPERATIONS DISMOUNTED OPERATIONS DIVING OPERATIONS EVOLUTION BRIEFING INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS JOINT AND COMBINED OPERATIONS MOUNTED OPERATIONS NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) ADMINISTRATION, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) COMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) FORCED ENTRY OPERATIONS NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) HIGH RISK TRAINING PROGRAM OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) OPERATIONS NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) PHYSICAL CONDITIONING SMALL BOAT OPERATIONS TACTICAL MEDICINE TACTICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS UNDERSEA MOBILITY OPERATIONS WEAPONS OPERATIONS SO-3 SO-4 SO-5 SO-5 SO-6 SO-6 SO-7 SO-7 SO-7 SO-8 SO-8 SO-8 SO-8 SO-9 SO-10 SO-10 SO-11 SO-12 SO-12 SO-12 SO-13 SO-13 SO-14

SO-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR SPECIAL WARFARE OPERATOR (SO)

SCOPE OF RATING

Special Warfare Operators (SO) perform maritime and land-based Special Operations in urban, desert, jungle, artic, and mountain environments. Duties include combat diving, paradrop operations, small boat operations, tactical ground mobility, small arms and crew-served weapons, fast roping, rappelling, explosives, communications, trauma care, intelligence gathering and interpretation, and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) defense measures. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 6.

SO-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN

SOCM

SOCS

SOC

SO1

SO2

SO3

SEAMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN articles 1220-100, 1220-231, and 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

SO-4

Job Title

Sea Air and Land (SEAL)


Job Family Military Specific Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field SO NOC 5500-1017.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) SEA AIR AND LAND (SEAL) Other Relationships and Rules: NECs 5320, 5323, 5326, 5392 SEAL

Job Code

001720
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Description Sea Air and Land (SEALs) perform a multitude of duties in support of special operations missions and operate on, under and from the sea, in the air and on land. These duties require skills in combat diving, paradrop and air operations, small boat operations, submarine and submersible operations, land warfare, small unit tactics, mounted and dismounted operations, small arms and crew served weapons, explosives, communications, tactical medicine, mission planning, intelligence gathering and interpretation, joint and combined operations, and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) defense measures in all environments including urban, desert, jungle, arctic, and mountain warfare. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Special Forces 101 Code and Area: 101100 10 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Special Forces Officers 55-1017.00 Name and Family Code: Military Specific 55

AIR INSERTION AND EXTRACTION OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct aircraft insertion and extraction operations Equipment Selection Monitoring Conduct cargo and equipment insertion operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Conduct Helicopter Rope Suspension Training (HRST) operations Instructing Judgment and Decision Making Maintain air operations equipment Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform aircraft cast and recovery operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform fast rope operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform free-fall parachute operations Equipment Selection Monitoring Perform parachute packing Installation Operation Monitoring Perform parachute rigger operations Equipment Maintenance Installation Perform rappelling operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) tactician procedures Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Abilities Trunk Strength Explosive Strength Time Sharing Manual Dexterity Gross Body Coordination Reaction Time Problem Sensitivity Memorization Gross Body Coordination Spatial Orientation Gross Body Coordination Spatial Orientation Gross Body Equilibrium Gross Body Coordination Information Ordering Manual Dexterity Manual Dexterity Information Ordering Gross Body Coordination Spatial Orientation Memorization Selective Attention

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SO-5

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Perform Special Purpose Insertion Extraction (SPIE) operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform static-line parachute operations Equipment Selection Monitoring Supervise aircraft cast and recovery operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise aircraft insertion and extraction operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise cargo and equipment insertion operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise drop zone operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise fast rope operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise free-fall parachute operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise Helicopter Rope Suspension Training (HRST) operations Complex Problem Solving Coordination Supervise rappelling operations Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Supervise Special Purpose Insertion Extraction (SPIE) operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise static line parachute operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control

Gross Body Coordination Spatial Orientation Depth Perception Gross Body Coordination Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Oral Expression Speech Clarity Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization

CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE (CBRNE) OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Perform Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) decontamination operations Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Equipment Selection Memorization Perform Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) defensive operations Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Equipment Selection Deductive Reasoning Perform initial treatment for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) injuries Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Equipment Selection Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

DEMOLITION OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Handle improvised explosives Equipment Selection Operations Analysis Handle Naval Special Warfare (NSW) pyrotechnics Equipment Selection Installation Abilities Manual Dexterity Memorization Memorization Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

SO-6

E4

CORE

Handle standard explosives Equipment Selection Installation Perform ordnance transportation Installation Operation and Control Supervise demolition operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise demolition range operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Memorization Manual Dexterity Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

DISMOUNTED OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Clear obstacles and hazards Critical Thinking Installation Conduct dismounted movements Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Maintain personal tactical equipment Equipment Maintenance Repairing Plan dismounted movements Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Abilities Gross Body Coordination Manual Dexterity Trunk Strength Stamina Problem Sensitivity Memorization Oral Expression Deductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

DIVING OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain diving equipment Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Troubleshooting Memorization Perform closed circuit Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Memorization Operation Monitoring Spatial Orientation Perform mixed gas Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Memorization Operation Monitoring Spatial Orientation Perform open circuit Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Memorization Operation Monitoring Spatial Orientation Supervise closed circuit Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization Supervise mixed gas Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization Supervise open circuit Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) dives Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

EVOLUTION BRIEFING
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct operational briefs Speaking Systems Evaluation Abilities Auditory Attention Oral Expression

SO-7

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Develop mission planning briefs Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Develop safety briefs Critical Thinking Management of Personnel Resources

Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression

INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Create intelligence reports Reading Comprehension Writing Perform intelligence collections Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Report intelligence information Speaking Writing Abilities Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Originality Selective Attention Written Expression Oral Expression

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

JOINT AND COMBINED OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Execute joint and combined operations Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Integrate with international agencies Coordination Critical Thinking Integrate with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Coordination Critical Thinking Integrate with Other Governmental Agencies (OGA) Coordination Critical Thinking Plan joint and combined operations Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Originality Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Originality Inductive Reasoning Originality Inductive Reasoning Originality Originality Inductive Reasoning

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

MOUNTED OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct mounted movements Critical Thinking Operation Monitoring Maintain mounted equipment Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Plan mounted movements Coordination Critical Thinking Abilities Flexibility of Closure Reaction Time Problem Sensitivity Memorization Inductive Reasoning Originality

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) ADMINISTRATION, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Develop Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) Technology Design Inductive Reasoning Writing Originality

SO-8

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

Identify resource requirements Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Management of Financial Resources Inductive Reasoning Maintain Naval Special Warfare (NSW) administrative records Reading Comprehension Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) inventories Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) transportation and stowage Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Manage intelligence programs Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Manage security programs Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Operate information systems Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Critical Thinking Information Ordering Perform Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) duties and responsibilities Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Reading Comprehension Written Comprehension Prepare information briefs Speaking Written Expression Writing Oral Expression Research and review of new technologies and equipment Operations Analysis Originality Technology Design Inductive Reasoning

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) COMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain High Frequency (HF) communication systems Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Repairing Memorization Maintain Information Technology (IT) communication systems Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Repairing Memorization Maintain Satellite (SAT) communication systems Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Repairing Memorization Maintain Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and Very High Frequency (VHF) communication systems Equipment Maintenance Problem Sensitivity Repairing Memorization Manage Naval Special Warfare (NSW) communication systems Management of Material Resources Finger Dexterity Programming Control Precision Operate High Frequency (HF) communication systems Active Listening Auditory Attention Monitoring Spatial Orientation Operate Information Technology (IT) communication systems Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Critical Thinking Information Ordering Operate Satellite Communication (SATCOM) systems Active Listening Spatial Orientation Speaking Speech Clarity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SO-9

E4

CORE

Operate Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and Very High Frequency (VHF) communication systems Active Listening Spatial Orientation Speaking Speech Clarity

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) FORCED ENTRY OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct forced entry operations Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Maintain ballistic breaching systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Maintain exothermic breaching systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Maintain explosive breaching systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Maintain manual breaching systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Maintain mechanical breaching systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Manage Naval Special Warfare (NSW) forced entry systems Management of Material Resources Technology Design Operate ballistic breaching systems Coordination Critical Thinking Operate exothermic breaching systems Coordination Critical Thinking Operate explosive breaching systems Coordination Critical Thinking Operate manual breaching systems Coordination Troubleshooting Operate mechanical breaching systems Complex Problem Solving Coordination Plan forced entry operations Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Prepare explosive breaching systems Equipment Selection Mathematics Supervise forced entry operations Complex Problem Solving Coordination Abilities Information Ordering Explosive Strength Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Inductive Reasoning Memorization Finger Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Finger Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Finger Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Gross Body Coordination Explosive Strength Deductive Reasoning Gross Body Coordination Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Oral Expression Manual Dexterity Oral Expression Speech Clarity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) HIGH RISK TRAINING PROGRAM OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Evaluate executed drills and exercises Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

SO-10

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Implement high risk training plans Learning Strategies Monitoring Manage drills and exercises Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Plan high risk training Learning Strategies Management of Personnel Resources Plan Naval Special Warfare (NSW) drills and exercises Management of Personnel Resources Operations Analysis

Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Originality Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct Direct Action (DA) operations Critical Thinking Writing Conduct Foreign Internal Defense (FID) operations Instructing Writing Conduct Information Operations (IO) Critical Thinking Writing Conduct Special Reconnaissance (SR) operations Critical Thinking Writing Conduct Unconventional Warfare (UW) operations Critical Thinking Writing Manage Direct Action (DA) operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Manage dismounted movements Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Manage Foreign Internal Defense (FID) operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Manage Information Operations (IO) Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Manage joint and combined operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Manage mounted movements Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Manage range operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Manage Special Reconnaissance (SR) operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Manage Unconventional Warfare (UW) operations Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Abilities Explosive Strength Originality Inductive Reasoning Originality Originality Memorization Originality Stamina Originality Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

SO-11

E6

CORE

Plan Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Judgment and Decision Making Negotiation

Deductive Reasoning Originality

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) PHYSICAL CONDITIONING


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Perform Naval Special Warfare (NSW) physical conditioning training Active Listening Multi-limb Coordination Coordination Gross Body Coordination Plan Naval Special Warfare (NSW) physical conditioning training Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Operation and Control Fluency of Ideas Supervise Naval Special Warfare (NSW) physical conditioning Complex Problem Solving Oral Expression Coordination Speech Clarity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SMALL BOAT OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Launch small boats Skills Abilities Rate Control Static Strength Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Memorization Rate Control Rate Control Static Strength Problem Sensitivity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Maintain small boat support equipment Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain small boats Equipment Maintenance Repairing Operate small boat support equipment Equipment Selection Operation Monitoring Operate small boats Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Recover small boats Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Supervise small boat operations Critical Thinking Operation and Control

TACTICAL MEDICINE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Perform advanced first aid Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Perform basic life support Critical Thinking Operation and Control Perform Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC) procedures Monitoring Operation and Control Perform field health and hygiene techniques Monitoring Troubleshooting Perform Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Abilities Finger Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Memorization Speed of Closure Category Flexibility Speed of Closure Problem Sensitivity Memorization Memorization Speed of Closure

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SO-12

TACTICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain tactical support equipment Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Operate Electronic Countermeasure (ECM) systems Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Operate navigation equipment Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Operate photographic and video equipment Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Operate Visual Augmentation System (VAS) equipment Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Abilities Problem Sensitivity Memorization Memorization Flexibility of Closure Memorization Arm-Hand Steadiness Memorization Control Precision Memorization Visual Color Discrimination

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

UNDERSEA MOBILITY OPERATIONS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct pressurized sphere operations Critical Thinking Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Control Precision Conduct SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Launch and Retrieval System (LRS) operations Critical Thinking Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Rate Control Conduct SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) towing operations Critical Thinking Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Rate Control Manage Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) operations Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Manage Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) operations Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Manage SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) operations Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Deductive Reasoning Navigate SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Critical Thinking Spatial Orientation Operation Monitoring Selective Attention Pilot SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Critical Thinking Spatial Orientation Operation Monitoring Selective Attention Supervise pressurized sphere operations Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization Supervise SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) dives Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization Supervise SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Launch and Retrieval System (LRS) operations Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Operation Monitoring Memorization Supervise SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) towing operations Critical Thinking Problem Sensitivity Memorization Operation and Control

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

SO-13

WEAPONS OPERATIONS
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct small arms and crew served weapons qualifications Monitoring Operation and Control Conduct small arms and crew served weapons training Instructing Monitoring Handle hand grenades Equipment Selection Operation Monitoring Maintain crew served weapons Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain crew served weapons mounts and stands Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain indirect fire weapons Equipment Maintenance Repairing Maintain small arms Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain standoff weapons systems Equipment Maintenance Repairing Operate crew served weapons Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Operate indirect fire weapons Coordination Equipment Selection Operate small arms Operation Monitoring Troubleshooting Operate standoff weapons systems Coordination Critical Thinking Perform advanced small arms techniques Equipment Selection Monitoring Supervise employment of small arms and crew served weapons Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise laser ranges Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise shoot houses Critical Thinking Operation and Control Supervise small arms and crew served weapons ranges Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Oral Expression Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Manual Dexterity Explosive Strength Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Problem Sensitivity Memorization Arm-Hand Steadiness Dynamic Strength Manual Dexterity Control Precision Arm-Hand Steadiness Far Vision Depth Perception Arm-Hand Steadiness Reaction Time Speed of Closure Originality Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

SO-14

CHAPTER 7

AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (AM)

NAVPERS 18068-7G CH-53


Updated: January 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (AM)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CORROSION CONTROL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS HOSE AND TUBE REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS LANDING GEAR AND RELATED SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS QUALITY ASSURANCE STRUCTURAL REPAIR AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL CORROSION CONTROL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS HOSE AND TUBE REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS LANDING GEAR AND RELATED SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS QUALITY ASSURANCE STRUCTURAL REPAIR AM-3 AM-4 AM-5 AM-5 AM-5 AM-5 AM-6 AM-6 AM-6 AM-6 AM-7 AM-7 AM-8 AM-8 AM-8 AM-8 AM-9 AM-9 AM-9 AM-9 AM-10 AM-10

AM-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (AM)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Structural Mechanics (AM) maintain aircraft airframe and structural components, flight surfaces and controls, hydraulic and pneumatic control and actuating systems and mechanisms, landing gear systems, and other utility systems; fabricate and repair metallic and nonmetallic materials; supervise operation of airframe work centers; maintain aircraft metallic and non-metallic structures including fuselages, fixed and moveable flight surfaces, tail booms, doors, panels, decks, empennages, and seats (except ejection seats), flight controls and related mechanisms, hydraulic power storage and distribution systems including main (primary and secondary), auxiliary (utility), and emergency systems, hydraulic actuating subsystems, landing gear systems including wheels and tires, brakes, and emergency systems, pneumatic power, storage and distribution systems, hoists and winches, wing and tail fold systems, launch and arresting gear systems, hydraulic component repair and test; and perform aircraft daily, special, hourly, and conditional inspections. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 7.

AM-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN AFCM AMCS

ADCS

ADC

AMEC

AMC

AD1

AME1

AM1

AD2

AME2

AM2

AD3

AME3

AM3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AM-4

NEBC Job Title

NEBC Job Code

Aviation Structural Mechanic Intermediate Level


Job Family Production Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AM NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECH I-LVL Other Relationships and Rules Not applicable, based upon the NEC assigned to the job (if any).

001805
Short Title (10 Characters) AVSTRT ILV

Job Description Aviation Structural Mechanics Intermediate Level are responsible for all maintenance procedures on metallic, non-metallic, hydraulic, pneumatic, tire/wheel, utility, flight control system components, corrosion prevention on Naval aircraft parts and associated equipment; and perform non-destructive inspections and welding. DoD Relationship Group Title Aircraft Structures O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers

DoD Code 160300

SOC Code 51-2011.00

Job Family Production

Skills Equipment Maintenance Equipment Selection Quality Control Analysis Repairing Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Monitoring Management of Material Resources Operation and Control Troubleshooting

Abilities Selective Attention Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Oral Expression Written Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Category Flexibility Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Written Expression

CORROSION CONTROL Paygrade E4 E4 E6 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Apply and maintain aircraft coatings Inspect aircraft and aircraft components for corrosion Manage Respirator Protection Programs (RPP) Perform corrosion prevention procedures Perform emergency reclamations Treat aircraft corrosion FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS Paygrade E4 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect flight controls Repair flight control systems Troubleshoot flight control systems HOSE AND TUBE REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING Paygrade E4 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Manufacture hose and tube assemblies Repair hose and tube assemblies Supervise hose and tube maintenance

AM-5

E5 E4

CORE CORE

Supervise hose and tube repair Test hose and tube assemblies HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS

Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Collect and analyze hydraulic fluid samples Inspect aircraft pneumatic components Inspect hydraulic systems Maintain hydraulic test stands Repair aircraft pneumatic components Repair hydraulic components Supervise aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic component maintenance Test hydraulic components and assemblies Test pneumatic components and assemblies Troubleshoot aircraft pneumatic components Troubleshoot hydraulic and pneumatic systems and components LANDING GEAR AND RELATED SYSTEMS

Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E5 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Assemble and disassemble landing gear tire and wheel assemblies Inspect landing gear and related systems Repair landing gear and related systems Supervise landing gear and related systems maintenance Troubleshoot landing gear components and related systems MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E7 E7 E4 E6 E7 E4 E7 E7

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Assign aircraft to missions Brief and debrief flight crews Document aircraft maintenance Manage airframes administration Prepare broad arrow reports Process aircraft components for Non-Destructive Inspections (NDI) Schedule aircraft for maintenance Schedule aircraft inspections MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS

Paygrade E4 E5

Task Type CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct aircraft special inspections Weld aircraft components and Support Equipment (SE)

AM-6

QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E6 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Analyze aircraft trends Audit Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Manage aircraft Quality Assurance (QA) functions Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Manage Non-Destructive Testing and Inspection (NDT/I) programs Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) STRUCTURAL REPAIR Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Non-Destructive Inspections (NDI) Conduct tap test inspections Fabricate metallic components, structures, and sub-assemblies Fabricate non-metallic components, structures, and sub-assemblies Inspect aircraft structural components Inspect aircraft structures Maintain structural repair equipment Repair aircraft structural components Repair aircraft structures Repair composite materials and components Supervise structural maintenance

AM-7

NEBC Job Title

NEBC Job Code

Aviation Structural Mechanic Organizational Level


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AM NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECH O-LVL Other Relationships and Rules 83XX/88XX series NEC

001862
Short Title (10 Characters) AVSTRT OLV

Job Description Aviation Structural Mechanics Organizational Level are responsible for all maintenance procedures on the metallic, non-metallic fuel cell, hydraulic, pneumatic, landing gear, utility, flight control systems, and corrosion prevention on Naval aircraft. DoD Relationship Group Title Aircraft Structures Skills Equipment Maintenance Equipment Selection Quality Control Analysis Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Repairing Complex Problem Solving Monitoring Reading Comprehension Management of Material Resources O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians

DoD Code 160300

SOC Code 49-3011.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Abilities Selective Attention Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Category Flexibility Oral Expression Problem Sensitivity Multi-limb Coordination Inductive Reasoning Memorization

CORROSION CONTROL Paygrade E4 E4 E6 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Apply and maintain aircraft coatings Inspect aircraft and aircraft components for corrosion Manage aircraft corrosion control Manage Respirator Protection Programs (RPP) Perform corrosion prevention procedures Perform emergency reclamations Preserve and depreserve aircraft Supervise aircraft washes Treat aircraft corrosion FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS Paygrade E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain flight control systems Remove and replace flight controls Troubleshoot flight control systems HOSE AND TUBE REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING Paygrade E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Repair hose and tube assemblies Supervise hose and tube maintenance Supervise hose and tube repair

AM-8

HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Collect and analyze hydraulic fluid samples Maintain aircraft hydraulic systems Maintain aircraft pneumatic systems Remove and replace aircraft hydraulic components Remove and replace aircraft pneumatic components Supervise aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic component maintenance Troubleshoot hydraulic and pneumatic systems and components LANDING GEAR AND RELATED SYSTEMS Paygrade E4 E5 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain landing gear and related systems Remove and replace landing gear and related systems Supervise landing gear and related systems maintenance Troubleshoot landing gear components and related systems MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E7 E4 E6 E7 E4 E7 E7 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct maintenance briefs Document aircraft maintenance Manage airframes administration Manage cannibalization actions Process aircraft components for Non-Destructive Inspections (NDI) Release aircraft safe for flight Report aircraft status Review Aircraft Discrepancy Books (ADB) MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E5 E4 E5 E4 E4 E5 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct aircraft acceptance inspections Conduct aircraft daily inspections Conduct aircraft special inspections Conduct aircraft transfer inspections Conduct aircraft turnaround inspections Conduct conditional inspections Conduct phase inspections Conduct Support Equipment (SE) inspections (daily, preoperational, etc) Inspect aircraft fuel cells Repair aircraft fuel systems Supervise fuel cell maintenance

AM-9

QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Analyze aircraft trends Audit Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Brief and debrief Functional Check Flights (FCF) Manage aircraft Quality Assurance (QA) functions Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) STRUCTURAL REPAIR Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct tap test inspections Fabricate metallic components, structures, and sub-assemblies Fabricate non-metallic components, structures, and sub-assemblies Maintain aircraft structures Maintain aircraft fuel cells Maintain aircraft structural components Maintain in-flight refueling pod systems Maintain structural repair equipment Remove and replace aircraft structures Repair composite materials and components Supervise structural maintenance

AM-10

AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (SAFETY EQUIPMENT) (AME) TABLE OF CONTENTS SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION ENVIRONMENTAL AND EGRESS TECHNICIAN MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE EGRESS ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE OXYGEN, NITROGEN, AND LIQUID OXYGEN SYSTEMS QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) AM-3 (E) AM-4 (E) AM-5 (E) AM-5 (E) AM-6 (E) AM-7 (E) AM-7 (E) AM-8 (E)

AM-2 (E)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (SAFETY EQUIPMENT) (AME)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Structural Mechanics (Safety Equipment) (AME) maintain safety belts, shoulder harnesses and integrated flight harnesses, inertia reels, seat and canopy ejection systems, gaseous and liquid oxygen systems, life raft ejection systems, fire extinguishing systems (excluding fire detection systems), portable fire extinguishers, emergency egress systems, air-conditioning, heating cabin and cockpit pressurization, ventilating and anti-G systems, visual improvement systems, other utility systems and associated lines, fittings, rigging, valves, and control mechanisms; replenish liquid and gaseous oxygen systems; remove and install oxygen system valves, gages, converters, and regulators; inspect, remove, install, and rig ejection seats, shoulder harnesses, lap belts and face curtain mechanisms; inspect, remove, install, and adjust firing mechanisms and cartridges for ejection seats, lap belts, and canopies; operate and maintain liquid nitrogen and liquid and gaseous oxygen shop transfer and recharge equipment; and perform daily, pre-flight, post-flight, and other periodic aircraft inspections. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 7.

AM-3 (E)

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN AFCM AMCS

ADCS

ADC

AMEC

AMC

AD1

AME1

AM1

AD2

AME2

AM2

AD3

AME3

AM3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AM-4 (E)

Job Title

Aviation Environmental and Egress Technician


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AME NOC 5300-6051.01 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVIA ENVIRONMENTAL/EGRESS TEC Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 72XX, 83XX, and 88XX series

001955
Short Title (10 Characters) EGRES TEC

Job Code

Job Description Aviation Environmental and Egress Technicians maintain and repair aircraft systems such as: ejection seats, crash worthy seats, and canopy systems. They also maintain gaseous and liquid oxygen and nitrogen systems and environmental control systems such as aircraft air-conditioning and pressurization systems. They maintain ordnance and manage explosive devices such as Cartridge Actuated Devices (CAD) and Propellant Actuated Devices (PAD). They configure aircraft for flight schedules and manage scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. Technicians also perform daily, pre-flight, post-flight, other periodic aircraft inspections. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Structures 160 Code and Area: 160300 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Aviation Inspectors 53-6051.01 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Assign aircraft to flight schedules Management of Material Resources Category Flexibility Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Attend maintenance meetings Active Listening Category Flexibility Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Configure aircraft for flight schedules Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Control aircraft acceptance inspections Coordination Category Flexibility Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct maintenance and production control maintenance meetings Coordination Category Flexibility Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Manage scheduled maintenance Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Manage unscheduled maintenance Systems Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Manage workload reports Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Operate Naval Aviation Logistics Command Managed Information System (NALCOMIS) Critical Thinking Category Flexibility Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Prepare Planned Maintenance Intervals (PMI) for aircraft Coordination Inductive Reasoning Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Prepare Standard Depot Level Maintenance (SDLM) for aircraft Coordination Inductive Reasoning Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Review monthly maintenance plans Operation and Control Category Flexibility Reading Comprehension Information Ordering Screen Aircraft discrepancy book safe for flights Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Screen Visual Information Display System/Maintenance Action Forms (VIDS/MAF) Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

AM-5 (E)

MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain air conditioning systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain aircraft portable fire bottles Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain anti-gravity systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain avionics and ground equipment cooling systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain avionics liquid cooling systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain boarding ladders Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain bomb bay heat systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain cabin pressurization systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain canopy defog systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain canopy seal systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain de-icing systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain dry bay fire suppression systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain ejection gun assemblies Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain ejection seat catapult assemblies Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain ejection seat parachute systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain ejection seat systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain emergency canopy systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain engine bleed air systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain Engine Driven Compressors (EDC) Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain environmental control systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain fire extinguishing systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain heat exchangers Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Abilities Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AM-6 (E)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain radar pressurization systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain rain removal systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain ram air systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain seat bucket assemblies Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain seat pan assemblies Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain utility valves Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain vapor cycle systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain wave guide systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain windshield wash systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting

Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility

EGRESS ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain Cartridge Actuated Devices (CAD) Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Troubleshooting Extent Flexibility Maintain command ejection seat systems Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Troubleshooting Extent Flexibility Maintain Propellant Actuated Devices (PAD) Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Troubleshooting Extent Flexibility Maintain Shielded Mild Detonating Cords (SMDC) Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Troubleshooting Extent Flexibility Maintain Thin Layer Explosives (TLX) Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Troubleshooting Extent Flexibility Manage explosive devices Coordination Category Flexibility Management of Material Resources Mathematical Reasoning Monitor high time components Mathematics Inductive Reasoning Monitoring Mathematical Reasoning Perform emergency reclamations for unused ejection equipment ordnance Critical Thinking Dynamic Flexibility Equipment Selection Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

OXYGEN, NITROGEN, AND LIQUID OXYGEN SYSTEMS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain Aviator Breathing Oxygen (ABO) programs Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain gaseous oxygen systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain Liquid Oxygen (LOX) systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Abilities Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AM-7 (E)

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain main beam assemblies Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain nitrogen systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain Onboard Oxygen Generating Systems (OBOGS) Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting

Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility

QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA)


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Attend phase meetings Skills Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making E7 CORE Brief aircrew Instructing Service Orientation Comply with technical directives Monitoring Reading Comprehension Comply with technical publication requirements Monitoring Reading Comprehension Conduct Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) audits Complex Problem Solving Quality Control Analysis Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Complex Problem Solving Quality Control Analysis Conduct visual inspections of internal components of aircraft Systems Analysis Systems Evaluation Maintain cockpit furnishings Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain crash worthy seats Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain egress system checkout programs Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Maintain normal canopy systems Equipment Maintenance Troubleshooting Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Perform Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Quality Control Analysis Social Perceptiveness Review functional check flight requirements Active Listening Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Speech Clarity Control Precision Flexibility of Closure Control Precision Flexibility of Closure Category Flexibility Problem Sensitivity Problem Sensitivity Visualization Problem Sensitivity Visualization Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Extent Flexibility Dynamic Flexibility Problem Sensitivity Category Flexibility Flexibility of Closure Category Flexibility Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Abilities Category Flexibility Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

JOBSPEC

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AM-8 (E)

CHAPTER 8

AIRMAN (AN)

NAVPERS 18068-8C CH-50


Updated: April 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS AIRMAN (AN)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AIRMAN AVIATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE CORROSION CONTROL AND MATERIAL PRESERVATION SAFETY GENERAL WATCHSTANDING NAVAL ORIENTATION AND ORGANIZATION AN-3 AN-4 AN-5 AN-5 AN-6 AN-6 AN-6 AN-7 AN-7

AN-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AIRMAN (AN)

APPRENTICESHIP

SCOPE OF RATING Airmen (AN) assist in the maintenance of aircraft and associated aeronautical equipment; assist in the maintenance of aircraft support equipment; service and clean aircraft; assist in aircraft handling; and perform other apprenticeship duties required in the operation of naval aviation activities afloat and ashore. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 8.

AN-3

PATHS OF ADVANCEMENT OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL CAREER PATHS FOR THE AIRMAIN APPRENTICESHIP
RATING TITLE AEROGRAPHERS MATE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER AIRCREW SURVIVAL EQUIPMENTMAN NAVAL AIRCREWMAN (OPERATOR) NAVAL AIRCREWMAN (TACTICAL HELICOPTER) NAVAL AIRCREWMAN (HELICOPTER) NAVAL AIRCREWMAN (AVIONICS) NAVAL AIRCREWMAN (MECHANICAL) AVIATION BOATSWAINS MATE (LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT) AVIATION BOATSWAINS MATE (FUELS) AVIATION BOATSWAINS MATE (AIRCRAFT HANDLING) AVIATION ELECTRICIANS MATE AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN AVIATION MACHINISTS MATE AVIATION MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATIONMAN AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN E-4 AG3 AC3 PR3 AWO3 AWR3 AWS3 AWV3 AWF3 ABE3 ABF3 ABH3 AE3 AT3 AD3 AZ3 AO3 AM3 AME3 AS3 E-5 AG2 AC2 PR2 AWO2 AWR2 AWS2 AWV2 AWF2 ABE2 ABF2 ABH2 AE2 AT2 AD2 AZ2 AO2 AM2 AME2 AS2 E-6 AG1 AC1 PR1 AWO1 AWR1 AWS1 AWV1 AWF1 ABE1 ABF1 ABH1 AE1 AT1 AD1 AZ1 AO1 AM1 AME1 AS1 E-7 AGC ACC PRC AWOC AWRC AWSC AWVC AWFC ABEC ABFC ABHC AEC ATC ADC AZC AOC AMC AMEC ASC E-8 AGCS ACCS PRCS AWOCS AWRCS AWSCS AWVCS AWFCS ABECS ABFCS ABHCS AECS ATCS ADCS AZCS AOCS AMCS AMCS ASCS E-9 AGCM ACCM PRCM AWCM AWCM AWCM AWCM AWCM ABCM ABCM ABCM AVCM AVCM AFCM AZCM AOCM AFCM AFCM ASCM

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AN-4

Job Title

Job Code

Airman
Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AN NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AIRMAN

002687
Short Title (10 Characters) AIRMAN

Other Relationships and Rules N/A

Job Description Airmen assist in the maintenance of aircraft and associated aeronautical equipment; assist in the maintenance of aircraft support equipment; service and clean aircraft; assist in aircraft handling; and perform other apprenticeship duties required in the operation of naval aviation activities afloat and ashore. DoD Relationship Group Title Non-Occupational O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Maintenance and Repair Workers, General

DoD Code 190000

SOC Code 49-9042.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Skills Active Learning Active Listening Time Management Speaking Reading Comprehension Writing Coordination Troubleshooting Equipment Maintenance Repairing

Abilities Written Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Memorization Deductive Reasoning Time Sharing Reaction Time Auditory Attention Mathematical Reasoning Spatial Orientation Response Orientation

AVIATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS Paygrade E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Clean, service, and lubricate aircraft handling equipment Communicate with the tower Connect and disconnect aircraft batteries Connect and disconnect external power cables for starting and servicing aircraft Direct aircraft using standard aircraft taxi signals Document aircraft maintenance Identify types of aircraft armament equipment Identify types and know the purposes of common aviation support equipment Know the color codes and markings used for aircraft lines, tubing, and hoses Know the color coding of flight deck clothing and protective equipment used aboard aircraft carriers Know the designation system for Naval aircraft Know the general methods of handling land-based and carrier aircraft Know the general purposes of aircraft cable control systems Know the general purposes of aircraft hydraulic systems Know the general purposes of aircraft pneumatic systems Know the major types of handling equipment associated with land-based and carrier aircraft Operate mobile equipment around aircraft Perform duties as member of aircraft handling crew Ride brakes of aircraft being towed or pushed AN-5

E3 E3 E3 E3

CORE CORE CORE CORE

Sample fuel for contaminants Secure and tie down aircraft Service aircraft servicing equipment Use aviation publications (Navy Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP), Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS), etc.) AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Collect oil samples Identify types of aircraft power plants Identify general types of aircraft electronic equipment Identify major structural components of aircraft Know the general purposes of aircraft electrical systems Knowledge of reference tools and materials (Joint Technical Data Integration (JDTI), Personal Electronic Maintenance Aids (PEMA), etc.) Read aircraft quantity, temperature, and pressure gauges and instruments Service aircraft with fuel Service aircraft with hydraulic fluid Service aircraft with nitrogen/air Service aircraft with oil Use common aircraft screws, nuts, bolts, and measuring tools

CORROSION CONTROL AND MATERIAL PRESERVATION Paygrade E3 E3 E3 Paygrade E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Clean and treat corrosion Handle, clean, and preserve aircraft tie downs Inspect aircraft for presence of corrosion, rust, and pitting SAFETY Task Statements Arm and safe ejection seat Carry out general procedures for gaining entrance to aircraft under emergency conditions Install common aircraft safety and locking devices Know emergency light communication procedures Know flight deck hand signals Know the carrier flight deck markings and lighting systems Know the color marking system for vehicles used on airfields and flight lines Know the markings indicating dangerous areas on airfields, aircraft, and flight decks Know the procedures for extinguishing fires caused by hot brakes Know the toxic properties of aircraft cleaning materials Know when an ejection seat is armed/ safe Knowledge of how the tool control program applies to Naval aviation Perform Foreign Object Debris (FOD) walkdowns Stand fire watch during fueling, defueling, and starting of aircraft AN-6

GENERAL WATCHSTANDING Paygrade E3 Task Type CORE Task Statements Stand aircraft security watches NAVAL ORIENTATION AND ORGANIZATION Paygrade E3 E3 E3 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Define common Naval aviation terms and nomenclature Know the general functions of squadrons, departments, divisions of ashore, and or afloat aviation activities Know the organizational structure of Naval aviation

AN-7

CHAPTER 9

AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN (AO)


NAVPERS 18068-9E CH-49
Updated: January 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN (AO)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION ARMAMENT WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE ARMORER MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE WEAPONS DEPARTMENT TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS AO-2 AO-4 AO-5 AO-6 AO-6 AO-6 AO-7 AO-7 AO-7 AO-8 AO-8 AO-9 AO-9 AO-10 AO-10 AO-10 AO-10 AO-11 AO-11 AO-11 AO-12 AO-12 AO-13 AO-13 AO-13 AO-13 AO-14 AO-14 AO-15 AO-16 AO-16 AO-16 AO-18 AO-18 AO-18

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT) AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN (AO)


QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AMMUNITION LOGISTICS MANAGER MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING SQUADRON ORDNANCE TECHNICIAN AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AVIATION ORDNANCE QUALITY ASSURANCE SUPERVISOR AIRCRAFT ARMAMANT EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION WEAPONS HANDLING WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AO-18 AO-19 AO-20 AO-21 AO-22 AO-22 AO-23 AO-23 AO-24 AO-25 AO-25 AO-25 AO-27 AO-27 AO-27 AO-27 AO-28 AO-29 AO-29 AO-31 AO-31 AO-31 AO-32 AO-32 AO-33 AO-33

AO-3

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS FOR AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN (AO)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Ordnancemen (AO) receive, inspect, package, store, handle, and process for shipment: airborne weapons, air launched torpedoes, aerial mines, sonobuoys, pyrotechnics and ammunition; maintain, test, assemble, load, download, arm, and de-arm all airborne weapons, aircraft gun systems, targets, sonobuoys, and pyrotechnics for aircraft carriage; receive, inspect, inventory, configure, test, and maintain Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE), Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE), Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) and Materials Handling Equipment (MHE); test and maintain aircraft armament release and control systems; inspect and maintain conventional ordnance magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL); maintain and operate magazine sprinkler systems; maintain and operate cargo/weapons elevators; perform preventative maintenance and inventory small arms weapons; manage accounting systems, rework of airborne weapons/systems/equipment, and conventional weapons qualification/certification programs, afloat and ashore; and prepare, review, maintain, and inspect compliance with directives and reports applicable to Notice of Ammunition Reclassification (NAR), Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO), weapons certification program, and explosive handling certification program. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 9.

AO-4

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN

AOCM

AOCS

AOC

AO1

AO2

AO3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AO-5

Job Title

Job Code

Armament Weapons Support Equipment Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) ARM WEAPONS SUPPORT EQ TEC Other Relationships and Rules NECs 6810, 6811

002000
Short Title (10 Characters) WEP SE TEC

Job Description Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Technicians perform intermediate level maintenance on both peculiar and common ordnance handling and transportation equipment; maintain, operate, and issue/receipt of AWSE, Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE), to include corrosion control, deficiency reporting, misuse and abuse reporting, preservation, and tools used for canning and decanning, magazine handling, and assembly of weapons or ordnance-related commodities. Includes hoisting beams, weapons carriers, strong backs, hand lift trucks, weapon skids, trailers, bomb trucks (non-self powered) and their associated weapons assembly tables, maintenance stands, and other weapons-related equipment. Technicians support both air- and surface-launched weapons. DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance Skills Quality Control Analysis Equipment Maintenance Management of Material Resources Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Writing Monitoring Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Coordination O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Maintenance Workers, Machinery

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 49-9043.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Problem Sensitivity Multi-limb Coordination Gross Body Coordination Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Visualization

AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Maintain air-nitrogen systems MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E6 E6 E6 E6 E5 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Manage Consolidated Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Manage Coordinated Shipboard Allowance Lists (COSAL) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage force protection operations Manage Material Handling Equipment (MHE) maintenance, test and inspection programs Manage Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) program Manage ordnance stowage Manage Shore-based Consolidated Allowance Lists (SHORCAL) Manage Single Hoist Ordnance Loading System (SHOLS) inventories Supervise Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) configurations Supervise Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) inspections AO-6

E5 E5 E6

CORE CORE CORE

Supervise Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) maintenance Supervise pneumatic operations Supervise Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) maintenance

ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) pre-operational checks Configure Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Configure Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) and Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Inspect Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) Maintain Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain Electric Explosive (EE) forklifts Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) Maintain Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) Operate Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Operate Electrical Explosive (EE) forklifts Operate pneumatic systems Repair Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Schedule Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) maintenance Stow Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E5 E6 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect weapons facilities Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E4 E6 E6 E5 E5 E6 E6 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports Incorporate Airborne Weapon Changes (AWC) Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Issue and receive Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain ammunition administrative documents Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Report Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) status AO-7

E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E4 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Report safety mishaps Report Support Equipment (SE) misuse and abuse Request depot level maintenance Request Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) changes Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Request magazine Ship Alterations (SHIPALT) Schedule Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) maintenance Update Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) logs and records Update monthly maintenance plan WEAPONS HANDLING

Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Handle Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Handle small arms Operate small arms Transport ordnance WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E4

Task Type CORE

Task Statements Inspect grounding devices

AO-8

Job Title

Job Code

Aircraft Armament Equipment Technician


Job Family Architecture and Engineering Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQ TEC Other Relationships and Rules NEC 6802

002045
Short Title (10 Characters) ARM E TEC

Job Description Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Technicians conduct intermediate level maintenance on strike Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) including aircraft gun systems and Linkless Ammunition Loading Systems (LALS); issue, receipt, inventory and operational checkouts, corrosion control, troubleshoot, preserve/depreserve and periodic maintenance. They also conduct component removal, repair, replacement procedures, often using special tools and test equipment. DoD Relationship Group Title DoD Code Aviation Ordnance Support 164600 Skills Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Writing Equipment Selection Management of Material Resources Monitoring Operation and Control Critical Thinking Installation Speaking O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Electro-Mechanical Technicians

SOC Code 17-3024.00

Job Family Architecture and Engineering

Abilities Written Comprehension Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Problem Sensitivity Multi-limb Coordination Oral Expression Gross Body Coordination Time Sharing Oral Comprehension

AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Inventory Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Maintain aircraft bomb racks Maintain aircraft gun systems Maintain aircraft pylons Maintain air-nitrogen systems Maintain Linkless Ammunition Loading System (LALS) Maintain missile launchers Prepare Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) materials for shipping Refill nitrogen bottles Repair Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Repair bomb racks Repair missile launchers Stow Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Test aircraft pylons Test bomb racks Test missile launchers Troubleshoot Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) AO-9

MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E7 E6 E6 E7 E7 E6 E7 E6 E5 E5 E5 E5 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Conduct explosive safety and stand down briefs Manage Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) inventories Manage Consolidated Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Manage Coordinated Shipboard Allowance Lists (COSAL) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage Shore-based Consolidated Allowance Lists (SHORCAL) Manage Single Hoist Ordnance Loading System (SHOLS) inventories Supervise Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) maintenance Supervise Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) stowage Supervise pneumatic operations Supervise Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) maintenance

ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) pre-operational checks Configure Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) and Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Maintain Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) Maintain Single Hoist Ordnance Loading Systems (SHOLS) Operate Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Operate pneumatic systems ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Repair gun systems Test gun systems QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E4 E5 E5 E6 E6 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect missile launchers and components Inspect weapons facilities Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Perform Quality Assurance Safety Observer (QASO) functions

AO-10

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E4 E6 E6 E5 E5 E4 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E5 E6 E5 E6 E7 E6 E6 E6 E5 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports Incorporate Airborne Weapon Changes (AWC) Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Inventory gun systems Issue and receive Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Prepare (K) pool reports Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Report aircraft gun systems status Report explosive mishaps Report ordnance discrepancies Report safety mishaps Report Support Equipment (SE) misuse and abuse Request depot level maintenance Request Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO) conditions Request Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) changes Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Request magazine Ship Alterations (SHIPALT) Update Airborne Weapons Information System (AWIS) Update monthly maintenance plans WEAPONS HANDLING Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Handle aerial targets Handle ammunition WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect grounding devices Repair Linkless Ammunition Loading Systems (LALS)

AO-11

Job Title

Job Code

Armorer
Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) ARMORER Other Relationships and Rules Not applicable, based upon the NEC assigned to the job (if any).

002093
Short Title (10 Characters) ARMORER

Job Description Armorers manage and issue small arms, ammunition, explosive devices, optics, and associated equipment to qualified military personnel, working in a shipboard or shore environment; conduct maintenance on small arms, magazine sprinkler systems and similar explosive items; replace missing or broken components while maintaining small arms and weapons inventories; and assist at range facilities and with in-service training as needed, along with rebuilding, inspecting, and ensuring weapons are in safe operating condition. DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance Skills Quality Control Analysis Equipment Maintenance Management of Material Resources Writing Monitoring Critical Thinking Operation and Control Equipment Selection Management of Personnel Resources Speaking O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Maintenance and Repair Workers, General

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 49-9042.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Oral Expression Gross Body Coordination Inductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Mathematical Reasoning

MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E7 E6 E6 E7 E5 E6 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Conduct explosive safety and stand down briefs Conduct weapons safety briefs Direct Otto fuel casualty personnel Instruct gun crews on emergency procedures Manage ammunition inventories Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Manage Consolidated Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Manage Coordinated Shipboard Allowance Lists (COSAL) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage force protection operations Manage force protection personnel Manage hot work evolutions Manage magazine and locker inventories Manage magazine sprinkler system inspections Manage major components overhaul on light weight gun mounts Manage ordnance inspections AO-12

E6 E6 E6 E6 E7 E6 E6 E5 E6 E5 E5 E6

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE

Manage ordnance inventories Manage ordnance magazine system maintenance Manage ordnance stowage Manage Shore-based Consolidated Allowance Lists (SHORCAL) Manage small arms range operations Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosive (AA&E) programs Supervise Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) range Supervise magazine and locker inventories Supervise magazine sprinkler system tests Supervise ordnance handling Supervise ordnance stowage Supervise small arms firings

ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) Operate Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Configure small arms gun mounts Maintain Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Maintain small arms ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS Paygrade E6 E6 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Coordinate magazine alarm systems maintenance Coordinate magazine sprinkler systems maintenance Maintain magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E4 E4 E4 E5 E6 E5 E6 E5 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct ordnance issue and receipt inspections Inspect magazine safety devices Inspect magazine security alarm systems Inspect magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) Inspect weapons facilities Investigate explosive mishaps Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor magazine alarm systems AO-13

E6 E5 E5

CORE CORE CORE

Monitor ordnance evolutions Perform Quality Assurance Safety Observer (QASO) functions Transfer custody of small arms TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E7 E7 E4 E6 E5 E5 E4 E6 E6 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E7 E5 E5 E6 E6 E5 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Develop Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) casualty drills Develop light weight gun system casualty drills Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Inventory ordnance Maintain ammunition administrative documents Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Report explosive mishaps Report ordnance discrepancies Report safety mishaps Request depot level maintenance Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Request magazine Ship Alterations (SHIPALT) Requisition ordnance Submit Ammunition Transaction Reports (ATR) Submit Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) requisitions Submit ordnance expenditure reports Submit post fire reports Track ordnance inventory locations Update monthly maintenance plan WEAPONS HANDLING

Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Handle ammunition Handle Cartridge Actuated Devices (CAD) Handle Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Handle pyrotechnics Handle small arms Handle torpedoes Inspect ammunition Inspect Landing Force Operational Reserve Material (LFORM) AO-14

E4 E4 E5 E4

CORE CORE CORE CORE

Operate small arms Stow ordnance Transport ordnance Transport small arms WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E4 E4 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct post fire checks Inspect grounding devices Maintain Night Vision Optics (NVO) equipment

AO-15

Job Title

Job Code

Weapons Department Technician


Job Family Office and Administrative Support Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) WEAPONS DEPARTMENT TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules NEC 6801

002138
Short Title (10 Characters) WEP DP TEC

Job Description Weapons Department Technicians perform maintenance and testing ashore and afloat on all air-launched weapons, magazine sprinkler systems, and cargo/weapons elevators. Weapons Department Technicians are assigned to Shipboard and Shore Weapons Departments as conventional weapons handlers, magazine and ordnance control operators, and cargo/weapons elevator operators; issue, receive, transfer, and store conventional weapons; assemble and disassemble bombs and rockets; and load and unload flares, rocket launchers, Linkless Ammunition Loading System (LALS). DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance Skills Quality Control Analysis Management of Material Resources Equipment Maintenance Operation and Control Writing Monitoring Installation Critical Thinking Coordination Management of Personnel Resources O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Stock Clerk Stockroom, Warehouse or Storage Yard

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 43-5081.03

Job Family Office and Administrative Support

Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Gross Body Coordination Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Multi-limb Coordination Category Flexibility

AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain air-nitrogen systems Refill nitrogen bottles MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E6 E7 E6 E6 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE Task Statements Conduct cargo/weapons elevator systems safety briefs Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Conduct explosive safety and stand down briefs Conduct weapons safety briefs Coordinate Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) support Coordinate explosive safety routes Coordinate forward base communications Coordinate forward base mode of transportation Coordinate forward base security requirements Coordinate ordnance offloads Coordinate ordnance onloads Coordinate ordnance requirements with operations Designate forward weapons assembly areas AO-16

E7 E6 E6 E7 E5 E6 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E7 E6 E6 E6 E7 E6 E5 E6 E5 E6 E5 E5 E5 E5

NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Direct Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team responses Direct magazine damage control personnel Direct magazine medical emergency response personnel Direct Otto fuel casualty personnel Instruct gun crews on emergency procedures Manage ammunition inventories Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Manage bombing range operations Manage cargo/weapons elevator license programs Manage Combat Aircraft Loading Areas (CALA) Manage Consolidated Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Manage Coordinated Shipboard Allowance Lists (COSAL) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage force protection operations Manage force protection personnel Manage hot work evolutions Manage magazine and locker inventories Manage magazine sprinkler system inspections Manage Material Handling Equipment (MHE) maintenance, test and inspection programs Manage Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) program Manage ordnance inspections Manage ordnance inventories Manage ordnance magazine system maintenance Manage ordnance operations Manage ordnance reports Manage ordnance stowage Manage Shore-based Consolidated Allowance Lists (SHORCAL) Manage weapons load plans Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosive (AA&E) programs Supervise aircraft configuration Supervise cargo/weapons elevator maintenance Supervise magazine and locker inventories Supervise magazine sprinkler system tests Supervise ordnance handling Supervise ordnance stowage Supervise pneumatic operations Supervise weapons facility inspections AO-17

E6

CORE

Supervise Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) maintenance

ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) pre-operational checks Configure Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Configure Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) and Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Inspect Weapons Support Equipment (WSE) Maintain Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain Electric Explosive (EE) forklifts Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) Operate Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Operate Electrical Explosive (EE) forklift Operate pneumatic systems Schedule Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) maintenance ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Configure small arms gun mounts Maintain Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Maintain small arms ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS Paygrade E4 E6 E6 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct cargo/weapons elevator pre-operational checks Coordinate cargo/weapons elevators maintenance Coordinate magazine alarm systems maintenance Coordinate magazine sprinkler systems maintenance Maintain cargo/weapons elevators Maintain magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) Operate cargo/weapons elevator systems Troubleshoot cargo/weapons elevator systems QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E5 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct ordnance issue and receipt inspections Inspect Conventional Ammunition Loading Area (CALA) Inspect magazine safety devices Inspect magazine security alarm systems Inspect magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) AO-18

E4 E5 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E7 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Inspect missile launchers and components Inspect weapons facilities Investigate explosive mishaps Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor explosive safety programs Monitor explosive vehicle operator training and licensing programs Monitor magazine alarm systems Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Ordnance Maintenance Management Programs (NOMMP) Monitor ordnance evolutions Monitor ordnance offloads and onloads Perform Quality Assurance Safety Observer (QASO) functions TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E7 E4 E6 E6 E6 E5 E5 E4 E5 E6 E6 E7 E5 E6 E6 E6 E5 E6 E5 E5 E6 E5 E6

Task Type CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Develop Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) casualty drills Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports Generate ships force maintenance work packages on cargo/weapons elevator systems Incorporate Airborne Weapon Changes (AWC) Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Inventory ordnance Issue and receive Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain ammunition administrative documents Maintain military construction and explosive site approval requests Maintain ordnance site approval packages Perform fleet sentencing Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Prepare ordnance requisitions Process Notice of Ammunition Reclassifications (NAR) Report Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) status Report explosive mishaps Report ordnance discrepancies Report ordnance status Report safety mishaps Report Support Equipment (SE) misuse and abuse Request depot level maintenance AO-19

E7 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E5 E4 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Request Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO) conditions Request Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) Changes Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Request magazine Ship Alterations (SHIPALT) Schedule Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) maintenance Submit ordnance expenditure reports Track ordnance inventory locations Update aircraft ordnance configuration board Update monthly maintenance plans WEAPONS HANDLING

Paygrade E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 E5 E4 E5 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Assemble and disassemble aircraft ordnance Conduct ordnance strike-up/strike-down procedures Conduct weapons transfer and acceptance inspections Handle aerial targets Handle aircraft egress system explosives Handle ammunition Handle bombs Handle Cartridge Actuated Devices (CAD) Handle Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Handle expendable countermeasures Handle mines Handle missiles Handle Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) Handle pyrotechnics Handle rockets Handle small arms Handle sonobouys Handle Sound Underwater Signals (SUS) Handle Tactical Air Launched Decoys (TALD) Handle torpedoes Inspect aircraft ordnance Inspect ammunition Inspect Landing Force Operational Reserve Material (LFORM) Operate small arms Program and test aircraft ordnance Stow ordnance Transport ordnance Transport small arms AO-20

WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E5 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct post fire checks Conduct weapons operational inspections Inspect grounding devices Maintain jettison ramps

AO-21

Job Title

Job Code

Ammunition Logistics Manager


Job Family Management Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AMMUNITION LOGISTICS MANAGER Other Relationships and Rules NEC 6813

002183
Short Title (10 Characters) AMMO MGR

Job Description Ammunition Logistics Managers serve as the ammunition accountant; and under limited supervision, prepare and maintain ammunition records and ammunition transaction reports. DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Storage and Distribution

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 11-3071.02

Job Family Management

Skills Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Writing Monitoring Critical Thinking Operation and Control Reading Comprehension Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Equipment Maintenance

Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Time Sharing Category Flexibility Gross Body Coordination Mathematical Reasoning

MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E7 E6 E6 E6 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E6 E7 E6 Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Coordinate airlift requirements Coordinate ordnance offloads Coordinate ordnance onloads Coordinate surface lift requirements Coordinate weapon deliveries and ordnance transportation Manage ammunition inventories Manage Ammunition Transaction Reports (ATR) Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Manage Consolidated Ships Maintenance Plans (CSMP) Manage Coordinated Shipboard Allowance Lists (COSAL) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage force protection operations Manage Non-Combat Expenditure Allocation (NCEA) Manage ordnance accounts Manage ordnance allowance accounts Manage ordnance inventories Manage ordnance operations Manage ordnance reports AO-22

E6 E6 E7 E5 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Manage ordnance shipping and receiving documents Manage ordnance stowage Manage weapons load plans Supervise ordnance handling Supervise ordnance stowage QUALITY ASSURANCE

Paygrade E5 E5 E5 E6 E7 E5

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct ordnance issue and receipt inspections Inspect weapons facilities Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor ordnance offloads and onloads Transfer custody of small arms TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E5 E7 E5 E4 E6 E6 E6 E7 E6 E5 E6 E6 E5 E5 E6 E6 E7 E7 E5 E5 E6 E5 E5

Task Type CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Initiate waiver exemption, deviation, and secretarial certification requests Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Inventory ordnance Maintain ammunition administrative documents Maintain military construction and explosive site approval requests Maintain ordnance logs and records Maintain ordnance site approval packages Maintain Retail Ordnance Logistics Management System (ROLMS) databases Perform fleet sentencing Prepare ordnance requisitions Process Notice of Ammunition Reclassifications (NAR) Report ordnance discrepancies Report ordnance status Report safety mishaps Request magazine Ship Alterations (SHIPALT) Request ordnance prepositions Requisition ordnance Submit Ammunition Transaction Reports (ATR) Submit Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) requisitions Submit ordnance expenditure reports Track ordnance inventory locations Update monthly maintenance plan AO-23

WEAPONS HANDLING Paygrade E5 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct weapons transfer and acceptance inspections Handle small arms Operate small arms

AO-24

Job Title

Job Code

Squadron Ordnance Technician


Job Family Production Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) SQUADRON ORDNANCE TECHNICIAN Other Relationships and Rules 83XX/88XX series NEC

002228
Short Title (10 Characters) ORD TEC

Job Description Squadron Ordnance Technicians perform organizational level maintenance and weapons loading/downloading on fixed and rotary wing aircraft; maintain and inspect airborne weapons and Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE), including aircraft guns, gun accessories, aerial towed target equipment, small arms, ammunition, and weapons Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE); and load and download aircraft gun ammunition, aerial mines, air-launched torpedoes, precision-guided munitions, countermeasures, sonobuoys, pyrotechnics, and air-launched guided missiles. DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance Skills Quality Control Analysis Equipment Maintenance Writing Management of Material Resources Installation Critical Thinking Operation and Control Coordination Monitoring Speaking O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 51-2011.00

Job Family Production

Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Problem Sensitivity Gross Body Coordination Inductive Reasoning Oral Expression Multi-limb Coordination Dynamic Strength

AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Inspect Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Inventory Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Maintain aircraft bomb racks Maintain aircraft gun systems Maintain aircraft pylons Maintain air-nitrogen systems Maintain missile launchers Prepare Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) materials for shipping Repair Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) Test aircraft pylons Test bomb racks Test missile launchers Troubleshoot Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E7 E6 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Conduct explosive safety and stand down briefs AO-25

E7 E6 E7 E6 E7 E7 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E7 E7 E7 E6 E7 E7 E6 E6 E7 E6 E6 E7 E6 E6 E5 E6 E7 E6 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5

NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Conduct Forward Arming Refueling Point (FARP) operations Conduct weapons safety briefs Coordinate Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) support Coordinate ordnance evolutions with maintenance control Coordinate ordnance requirements with operations Direct Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team responses Instruct gun crews on emergency procedures Manage Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) inventories Manage aircraft ordnance configuration boards Manage ammunition inventories Manage arm and de-arm teams Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Manage bombing range operations Manage Combat Aircraft Loading Areas (CALA) Manage explosive safety programs Manage explosives handling personnel qualification and certification programs Manage force protection operations Manage magazine and locker inventories Manage major components overhaul on light weight gun mounts Manage Non-Combat Expenditure Allocation (NCEA) Manage ordnance inspections Manage ordnance inventories Manage ordnance operations Manage ordnance reports Manage ordnance shipping and receiving documents Manage Single Hoist Ordnance Loading System (SHOLS) inventories Manage squadron ordnance programs Manage weapons load plans Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosive (AA&E) programs Supervise Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) maintenance Supervise aircraft armament systems maintenance Supervise aircraft configuration Supervise aircraft ordnance assembly and disassembly Supervise magazine and locker inventories Supervise ordnance handling Supervise ordnance stowage Supervise weapons release and control checks

AO-26

ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: AIRBORNE WEAPONS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (AWSE) Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) pre-operational checks Configure Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Configure Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) and Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Maintain Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) and Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) Maintain Single Hoist Ordnance Loading Systems (SHOLS) Operate Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: GUNS Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Configure small arms gun mounts Maintain Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Maintain small arms Test gun systems ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE: MAGAZINES/ELEVATORS Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Maintain magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E5 E5 E5 E4 E4 E5 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E5 E7 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE Task Statements Certify ordnance load out safe for flight Conduct aircraft transfer and acceptance inspections Conduct aircraft turnaround inspections Conduct ordnance issue and receipt inspections Inspect magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) Inspect missile launchers and components Inspect weapons facilities Investigate explosive mishaps Monitor ordnance material requisitioning and supply status Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor explosive safety programs Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Ordnance Maintenance Management Programs (NOMMP) Monitor ordnance evolutions Perform Quality Assurance Safety Observer (QASO) functions Release aircraft safe for flight AO-27

E5

CORE

Transfer custody of small arms TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E4 E6 E6 E6 E5 E5 E4 E4 E5 E6 E6 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E5 E5 E6 E5 E6 E7 E6 E6 E7 E7 E5 E5 E6

Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Develop aircraft load plans Develop Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) casualty drills Develop light weight gun system casualty drills Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Document captive carry flight hours Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports Incorporate Airborne Weapon Changes (AWC) Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Inventory gun systems Inventory ordnance Issue and receive Armament Weapons Support Equipment (AWSE) Maintain ammunition administrative documents Maintain ordnance logs and records Perform fleet sentencing Prepare (K) pool reports Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Prepare ordnance requisitions Process Notice of Ammunition Reclassifications (NAR) Report aircraft gun systems status Report explosive mishaps Report ordnance discrepancies Report ordnance status Report safety mishaps Report Support Equipment (SE) misuse and abuse Request depot level maintenance Request Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO) conditions Request Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) changes Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Request ordnance prepositions Requisition ordnance Submit Ammunition Transaction Reports (ATR) Submit Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) requisitions Submit ordnance expenditure reports AO-28

E6 E5 E4 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE

Submit post fire reports Update Airborne Weapons Information System (AWIS) Update aircraft ordnance configuration board Update monthly maintenance plan WEAPONS HANDLING

Paygrade E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E5 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Arm and de-arm aircraft weapons systems Assemble and disassemble aircraft ordnance Conduct weapons transfer and acceptance inspections Handle aerial targets Handle aircraft egress system explosives Handle ammunition Handle bombs Handle Cartridge Actuated Devices (CAD) Handle Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) Handle expendable countermeasures Handle mines Handle missiles Handle Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) Handle pyrotechnics Handle rockets Handle small arms Handle sonobouys Handle Sound Underwater Signals (SUS) Handle Tactical Air Launched Decoys (TALD) Handle torpedoes Inspect aircraft ordnance Inspect ammunition Load and download aircraft ordnance Operate small arms Program and test aircraft ordnance Stow ordnance Transport ordnance Transport small arms WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E4 E4

Task Type CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct post fire checks Conduct weapon systems functional checks AO-29

E4 E5 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Conduct weapon systems release and control checks Conduct weapons operational inspections Configure aircraft for loading evolutions Inspect grounding devices Maintain aircraft armament systems Remove and replace aircraft armament systems Troubleshoot aircraft armament systems

AO-30

Job Title

Job Code

Aviation Ordnance Quality Assurance Safety Supervisor


Job Family Architecture and Engineering Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION ORDNANCE QA SUP Other Relationships and Rules Not applicable, based upon the NEC assigned to the job (if any).

002273
Short Title (10 Characters) AO QASS

Job Description Aviation Ordnance Quality Assurance Safety Supervisors inform personnel of the hazards of ammunition, explosives, safety principles, and practices outlined in applicable governing directives; train personnel on safe operating procedures; and conduct, manage, and monitor the Quality Assurance programs and the inspection/certification of ship and shore-based weapons. DoD Relationship Group Title Aviation Ordnance Skills Quality Control Analysis Monitoring Management of Material Resources Operation and Control Writing Equipment Maintenance Critical Thinking Speaking Management of Personnel Resources Reading Comprehension O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Industrial Safety and Health Engineers

DoD Code 164600

SOC Code 17-2111.01

Job Family Architecture and Engineering

Abilities Written Comprehension Information Ordering Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Oral Expression Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Time Sharing Oral Comprehension

AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT EQUIPMENT Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Prepare Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) materials for shipping MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION Paygrade E6 E7 E6 E7 E6 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 E5 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct cargo/weapons elevator systems safety briefs Conduct explosive handling qualification and certification boards Conduct explosive safety and stand down briefs Conduct Forward Arming Refueling Point (FARP) operations Conduct weapons safety briefs Coordinate Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) support Coordinate explosive safety routes Coordinate forward base communications Coordinate forward base mode of transportation Coordinate forward base security requirements Coordinate ordnance offloads Coordinate ordnance onloads Direct Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team responses Instruct gun crews on emergency procedures Manage aircraft ordnance configuration boards AO-31

E6 E7 E7 E6 E6 E5 E6 E5 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Manage arm and de-arm teams Manage Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Manage force protection operations Manage hot work evolutions Manage ordnance reports Supervise aircraft configuration Supervise magazine sprinkler system tests Supervise ordnance handling Supervise weapons facility inspections QUALITY ASSURANCE

Paygrade E6 E6 E5 E5 E6 E4 E4 E4 E5 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E7 E5 E7 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE

Task Statements Audit Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Audit ordnance programs Conduct aircraft transfer and acceptance inspections Conduct aircraft turnaround inspections Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) aircraft inspections Inspect magazine safety devices Inspect magazine security alarm systems Inspect magazines and Ready Service Lockers (RSL) Inspect weapons facilities Investigate explosive mishaps Monitor Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) programs Monitor explosive safety programs Monitor explosive vehicle operator training and licensing programs Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Monitor Naval Ordnance Maintenance Management Programs (NOMMP) Monitor ordnance evolutions Monitor ordnance offloads and onloads Perform Quality Assurance Safety Observer (QASO) functions Release aircraft safe for flight Report explosive safety non-compliance TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E7 E7 E7 E4 E6

Task Type NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Develop aircraft load plans Develop Crew-Served Weapons (CSW) casualty drills Develop light weight gun system casualty drills Document aircraft weapon systems maintenance Generate Engineering Investigation (EI) reports AO-32

E6 E5 E7 E5 E6 E7 E5 E6 E6 E5 E6 E5 E6 E5

CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Incorporate Airborne Weapon Changes (AWC) Incorporate equipment Technical Directives (TD) Initiate waiver exemption, deviation, and secretarial certification requests Inventory Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Maintain ammunition administrative documents Maintain ordnance site approval packages Perform fleet sentencing Prepare Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) reports Report explosive mishaps Report ordnance discrepancies Report safety mishaps Report Support Equipment (SE) misuse and abuse Request Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) changes Update monthly maintenance plan WEAPONS HANDLING

Paygrade E4 E4 E6 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Inspect aircraft ordnance Inspect ammunition Inspect Landing Force Operational Reserve Material (LFORM) Operate small arms WEAPONS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E5 E4

Task Type CORE CORE

Task Statements Conduct weapons operational inspections Inspect grounding devices

AO-33

CHAPTER 10

AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (AS)

NAVPERS 18068-10D CH-42

AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (AS) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN CORROSION CONTROL ELECTRO/MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE GENERAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT HYDRAULIC/PNEUMATIC MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION AS-3 AS-4 AS-5 AS-5 AS-5 AS-6 AS-7 AS-8 AS-9 AS-10 AS-11

AS-2

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (AS)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Support Equipment Technicians (AS) perform preventive and corrective maintenance on aviation support equipment, aviation armament handling equipment, aviation mobile firefighting units, and associated components and systems; service, inspect, test, troubleshoot, and repair gasoline and diesel engine systems, transmission systems, hydraulic, hydrostatic, and pneumatic systems, steering and suspension systems, cryogenic systems, electrical systems, gas turbine compressor units, electrical and hydraulic power generating equipment, and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems (excluding avionics support equipment); manage support equipment assets at different command levels; and provide training in operation of aviation support equipment. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 10.

AS-3

GENERAL INFORMATION
CAREER PATTERN

ASCM

ASCS

ASC

AS1

AS2

AS3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AS-4

Job Title

Aviation Support Equipment Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AS NOC 4900-3023.01 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TEC ASE TEC

002320
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Code

Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 1589, 7222, 76XX series, 83XX series, 9549, and 9590

Job Description Aviation Support Equipment Technicians perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft support equipment. They perform maintenance (adjust, troubleshoot, and repair) on mechanical systems (diesel engines, gas turbine compressor systems, brake systems, transmission systems, welding and structural repair equipment), air conditioning and refrigeration systems (compressors, condensers, evaporators, refrigerant reclaimer equipment and plumbing components, reclaiming of refrigerant), electrical systems (Mobile Electrical Power Plant (MEPP) systems, aircraft tow tractors electrical systems, forklift electrical systems, and numerous other support equipment electrical systems), mobile maintenance facility (electrical/structural corrosion control, mobile facility van complexing, environmental control units), cryogenic equipment (gaseous and liquid oxygen servicing systems, gaseous nitrogen servicing systems and oxygen system purge units), hydraulic/pneumatic systems (hydraulic test stands, aircraft and automotive lifting devices, maintenance platforms, various pumps, actuators and accumulators). They also perform support equipment management, training and licensing, by planning, organizing, scheduling, and implementing daily maintenance tasks and training requirements. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Aircraft Accessories 160 Code and Area: 160200 16 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Automotive Master Mechanics 49-3023.01 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

CORROSION CONTROL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Identify corrosion treatment Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Identify corrosion types Equipment Selection Judgment and Decision Making Perform corrosion control maintenance Equipment Selection Repairing Perform preservation procedures Equipment Selection Repairing Abilities Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ELECTRO/MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Build power cables for Mobile/Maintenance Facility (MMF) support Equipment Maintenance Installation Maintain air conditioning and refrigeration equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain air conditioning and refrigeration reclaimer equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Environmental Control Unit (ECU) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) generator systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-5

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) systems Equipment Maintenance Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Repair Environmental Control Unit (ECU) components Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) systems Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) components Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) generator systems Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test air conditioning and refrigeration equipment components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test air conditioning and refrigeration reclaimer equipment system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Environmental Control Unit (ECU) components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) electrical components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) generator components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot air conditioning and refrigeration equipment components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot air conditioning and refrigeration reclaimer equipment components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Environmental Control Units (ECU) Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot leak points on Environmental Control Unit (ECU) components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) generator components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity

GENERAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct flight deck troubleshooter operations Complex Problem Solving Coordination Maintain aircraft Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Common Support Equipment (CSE) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Abilities Auditory Attention Spatial Orientation Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-6

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) systems Equipment Maintenance Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Repair aircraft Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) systems Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair Common Support Equipment (CSE) systems Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test aircraft Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Common Support Equipment (CSE) components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot aircraft Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) equipment systems Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Common Support Equipment (CSE) components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity

HYDRAULIC/PNEUMATIC MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain gaseous nitrogen support equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain gaseous oxygen support equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain hydraulic contamination controls Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Liquid Oxygen (LOX) support equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain support equipment hydraulic power supplies Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain support equipment hydraulic purification equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain support equipment Hydraulic Servicing Units (HSU) Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Perform support equipment hydraulic purification procedures Equipment Selection Repairing Recharge air condition and refrigeration equipment refrigerants Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Recharge Environmental Control Unit (ECU) refrigerants Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Recover air condition and refrigeration equipment refrigerants Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Recover Environmental Control Unit (ECU) refrigerants Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair air conditioning and refrigeration equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair air conditioning and refrigeration reclaimer equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-7

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Repair gaseous nitrogen support equipment Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair gaseous oxygen support equipment Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair hydraulic system components Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair Liquid Oxygen (LOX) support equipment Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair support equipment hydraulic power supply Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Repair support equipment hydraulic purification equipment Equipment Maintenance Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test gaseous nitrogen system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test gaseous oxygen system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test hydraulic fluids for contamination Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test hydraulic system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test Liquid Oxygen (LOX) system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test support equipment hydraulic power supply system components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Test support equipment hydraulic purification components Quality Control Analysis Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot gaseous nitrogen system components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot gaseous oxygen components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot Liquid Oxygen (LOX) components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot support equipment hydraulic power supply components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot support equipment hydraulic purification equipment components Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity Troubleshoot support equipment Hydraulic Servicing Units (HSU) Systems Analysis Originality Troubleshooting Problem Sensitivity

MANAGEMENT
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Coordinate Due-In From Maintenance (DIFM) reports Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Written Comprehension Manage curriculum development of Apprentice and Journeyman schools Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Originality

E7

CORE

AS-8

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

Manage depot level maintenance requirements Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Manage division Production Control Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Manage flight deck troubleshooter operations Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Manage Intermediate level maintenance requirements Equipment Selection Management of Personnel Resources Manage material control assets Equipment Selection Management of Material Resources Manage production control processes Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Manage support equipment asset inventories Equipment Selection Management of Material Resources Manage support equipment issues and receipts Coordination Management of Material Resources Manage support equipment logs and records Management of Material Resources Writing Manage support equipment tool room operations Equipment Selection Management of Personnel Resources Manage technical directives compliance programs Instructing Management of Personnel Resources Manage training and support equipment operator licensing programs Instructing Management of Personnel Resources

Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Originality

MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Maintain aircraft crash and salvage equipment Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain aircraft tow tractor systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain de-icing equipment systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain gas turbine engine systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Maintain Weapons Handling Equipment (WHE) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Repair aircraft crash and salvage systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair aircraft tow tractor systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair de-icing equipment systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair gas turbine engine components Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-9

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Repair Material Handling Equipment (MHE) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Repair Weapons Handling Equipment (WHE) systems Equipment Maintenance Systems Analysis Test aircraft crash and salvage equipment system components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Test aircraft tow tractor system components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Test de-icing equipment system components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Test gas turbine engine components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Test Material Handing Equipment (MHE) system components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Test Weapons Handling Equipment (WHE) system components Quality Control Analysis Systems Analysis Troubleshoot aircraft crash and salvage components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting Troubleshoot aircraft tow tractor system components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting Troubleshoot de-icing equipment components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting Troubleshoot gas turbine engine components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting Troubleshoot Material Handling Equipment (MHE) components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting Troubleshoot Weapons Handling Equipment (WHE) components Systems Analysis Troubleshooting

Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Inductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity Originality Problem Sensitivity

QUALITY ASSURANCE
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect air conditioning and refrigeration equipment Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect air conditioning and refrigeration reclaimer equipment Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect aircraft crash and salvage equipment systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect aircraft Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect aircraft tow tractor systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect Common Support Equipment (CSE) systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect de-icing equipment systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Abilities Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-10

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

Inspect Environmental Control Unit (ECU) systems Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect gas turbine engine systems Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect gaseous nitrogen support equipment Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect gaseous oxygen support equipment Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect hydraulic system components Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect Liquid Oxygen (LOX) support equipment Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect Material Handling Equipment (MHE) systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) systems Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Inspect Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) generator systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect Mobile Maintenance Facility (MMF) systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect support equipment hydraulic power supplies Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect support equipment hydraulic purification equipment Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Inspect Weapons Handling Equipment (WHE) systems Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Manage Quality Assurance (QA) program Active Learning Management of Personnel Resources

Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Originality

TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Determine level site locations for Mobile and Maintenance Facilities (MMF) Judgment and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Originality Direct equipment discrepancy report verifications Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Originality Document maintenance actions Systems Analysis Information Ordering Writing Inductive Reasoning

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

AS-11

CHAPTER 11

AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (AT)

NAVPERS 18068-11E CH-56


Updated: October 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (INTERMEDIATE) (ATI)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION CALIBRATION TECHNICIAN AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION QUALITY ASSURANCE TEST EQUIPMENT AVIATION ELECTRONICS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL TECHNICIAN AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION QUALITY ASSURANCE TEST EQUIPMENT AT-3(I) AT-4(I) AT-5(I) AT-5(I) AT-5(I) AT-6(I) AT-6(I) AT-6(I) AT-7(I) AT-7(I) AT-8(I) AT-9(I) AT-9(I) AT-9(I)

AT-2(I)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (INTERMEDIATE) (ATI)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Electronics Technicians (Intermediate) (ATI) perform intermediate level maintenance on aviation electronic components supported by conventional and automatic test equipment, including repair of Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRA) and Shop Replaceable Assemblies (SRA), and perform test equipment calibration/repair and associated test bench maintenance. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 11.

AT-3(I)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


AVCM

ATCS

AECS

ATC

AEC

AT1

AE1

AT2

AE2

AT3

AE3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AT-4(I)

Job Title

Job Code

Aviation Calibration Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ATI NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION CALIBRATION TEC

002365
Short Title (10 Characters) ACAL TEC

Other Relationships and Rules NECs may include 65XX, 66XX, 67XX, 83XX, 88XX series, 7173, 7978

Job Description Aviation Calibration Technicians communicate with Production Control and Quality Assurance work centers in order to ensure timely and accurate work products according to the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP); work to increase the proficiency of the work center by removing and replacing failing components in the following types of equipment: Precision Measuring Equipment (PME), Electronic Test Equipment, and Physical Measuring Equipment; conduct troubleshooting procedures using critical thinking skills and deductive reasoning; are proficient in interpreting schematics for electronic circuits; and have an in-depth understanding of the theory supporting basic and advanced electronic test equipment. DoD Relationship Group Title Navigation, Communication, and Countermeasure, N.E.C. Skills Systems Evaluation Repairing Equipment Maintenance Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Complex Problem Solving Writing Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Installation O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment Abilities Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Written Comprehension Finger Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Perceptual Speed Selective Attention Oral Comprehension

DoD Code 110200

SOC Code 49- 2093.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain Global Positioning System (GPS) components Treat corrosion on aircraft electrical and avionics components

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E7 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 Task Type CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Maintain support equipment Manage electronic maintenance Perform Micro-Miniature (2M) repairs Repair electronic equipment Repair microwave frequency equipment Replace Circuit Card Assemblies (CCA) Replace Shop Replaceable Assemblies (SRA) Supervise electronic maintenance Troubleshoot support equipment

AT-5(I)

LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E5 E4 E7 E7 E7 E5 E4 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Brief maintenance operations (Production Control (PC) and workcenter) Document maintenance actions Manage Broad Arrow requirements Manage cannibalization actions Manage Production Control (PC) Review Maintenance Data Reports (MDR) to include Buffer Management Tool (BMT) Safeguard classified material Update Monthly Maintenance Plans (MMP) QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E6 E4 E5 E6 E4 E5 E5 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Collateral Duty Inspections (CDI) Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Incorporate Technical Directives (TD) Inspect test equipment Manage the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Monitor climate standards for calibration laboratories Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Perform acceptance inspections Submit Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) TEST EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 Task Type CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Align electronic equipment Calibrate dimensional measuring equipment Calibrate electronic test equipment Calibrate microwave frequency equipment Calibrate Precision Measuring Equipment (PME) Maintain microwave calibration standards and components Repair dimensional measuring equipment Repair electronic test equipment Repair Precision Measuring Equipment (PME) Repair support equipment Repair test equipment

AT-6(I)

Job Title

Job Code

Aviation Electronics Intermediate Level Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ATI NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION ELECTRONICS I-LVL TEC

002410
Short Title (10 Characters) IMA TEC

Other Relationships and Rules NECs may include 65XX, 66XX, 67XX, 83XX, 88XX series, 7173, 7978

Job Description Aviation Electronics Intermediate Level Technicians communicate with Production Control and Quality Assurance work centers in order to ensure timely and accurate work products according to the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP); inspect, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain a vast array of mission navigation, radar, and communications avionics equipment; have an in-depth understanding of the operational theory of their assigned equipment and knowledge of basic through advanced troubleshooting procedures; and are required to read and interpret schematics for electronics and advanced electronic test equipment. DoD Relationship Group Title Navigation, Communication, and Countermeasure, N.E.C. Skills Systems Evaluation Equipment Maintenance Equipment Selection Troubleshooting Installation Quality Control Analysis Repairing Monitoring Operation Monitoring Complex Problem Solving O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Electrical and Electronic Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment Abilities Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Written Comprehension Selective Attention Manual Dexterity Perceptual Speed Written Expression Finger Dexterity Inductive Reasoning Oral Comprehension

DoD Code 110200

SOC Code 49-2094.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Load avionics memory data Maintain Automatic Carrier Landing System (ACLS) components Maintain data link system components Maintain Global Positioning System (GPS) components Maintain High Frequency (HF) system components Maintain Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) communication system components Maintain Instrument Landing System (ILS) components Maintain Intercommunication System (ICS) components Maintain mission computer system components Maintain Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) system components Maintain Ultra High Frequency (UHF) system components Maintain Very High Frequency (VHF) system components Maintain weapons system components Repair Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) system components

AT-7(I)

E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Repair avionics system components Repair countermeasures system components Replace Unit Under Test (UUT) sub-assemblies Test Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) system components Test avionics assemblies and sub-assemblies Test countermeasures system components Treat corrosion on aircraft electrical and avionics components Troubleshoot Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) system components Troubleshoot avionics assemblies and sub-assemblies Troubleshoot Communications Security (COMSEC) system components Troubleshoot countermeasures system components Troubleshoot data link system components Troubleshoot High Frequency (HF) system components Troubleshoot Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) communication system components Troubleshoot Instrument Landing System (ILS) components Troubleshoot Intercommunications System (ICS) components Troubleshoot mission computer system components ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE

Paygrade E4 E4 E7 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E4 E4 E4

Task Type CORE CORE CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Maintain Communications Security (COMSEC) system components Maintain support equipment Manage electronic maintenance Perform Micro-Miniature (2M) repairs Repair electronic equipment Replace Circuit Card Assemblies (CCA) Replace Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) sub-assemblies Replace Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) test station equipment Replace Electro-Optical (EO) support equipment Replace Operational Test Program Set (OTPS) sub-assemblies Replace Shop Replaceable Assemblies (SRA) Supervise electronic maintenance Test aircrew survival equipment radios Test automatic test equipment Troubleshoot support equipment

AT-8(I)

LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION Paygrade E5 E4 E7 E7 E7 E5 E4 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Brief maintenance operations (Production Control (PC) and workcenter) Document maintenance actions Manage Broad Arrow requirements Manage cannibalization actions Manage Production Control (PC) Review Maintenance Data Reports (MDR) to include Buffer Management Tool (BMT) Safeguard classified material Update Monthly Maintenance Plans (MMP) QUALITY ASSURANCE Paygrade E5 E6 E4 E5 E5 E6 E5 E5 E6 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Conduct Collateral Duty Inspections (CDI) Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Incorporate Technical Directives (TD) Inspect Communications Security (COMSEC) system components Inspect test equipment Manage the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Perform acceptance inspections Submit Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) TEST EQUIPMENT Paygrade E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE NON-CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Align electronic equipment Calibrate electronic test equipment Maintain weapons test consoles Repair automatic test equipment components Repair electronic test equipment Repair support equipment Test legacy test equipment

AT-9(I)

TABLE OF CONTENTS AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (ORGANIZATIONAL) (ATO)


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AVIATION ELECTRONICS ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL TECHNICIAN AVIONICS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION QUALITY ASSURANCE AT-3(O) AT-4(O) AT-5(O) AT-5(O) AT-7(O) AT-7(O)

AT-2(O)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR AVIATION ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN (ORGANIZATIONAL) (ATO)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Electronics Technicians (Organizational) (ATO) perform organizational level maintenance on aircraft electronics systems, to include: communications, radar, navigation, Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) sensors, electronic warfare, data link, fire control, and tactical displays with associated equipment. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 11.

AT-3(O)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


AVCM

ATCS

AECS

ATC

AEC

AT1

AE1

AT2

AE2

AT3

AE3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of Operational Risk Management (ORM) and proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AT-4(O)

Job Title

Job Code

Aviation Electronics Organizational Level Technician


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field ATO NOC TBD Short Title (30 Characters) AVIATION ELECTRONICS O-LVL TEC Other Relationships and Rules NEC's may include 6582, 6640, 6701, 83XX/88XX series

002455
Short Title (10 Characters) OMA TEC

Job Description Aviation Electronics Organizational Level Technicians communicate with Maintenance Control and Quality Assurance work centers in order to ensure timely and accurate work products according to the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP); inspect, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain various aircraft avionics systems; have an in-depth understanding of the operational theory of assigned equipment and knowledge of troubleshooting procedures; and are required to read and interpret schematics for electronics and advanced electronic test DoD Relationship Group Title Navigation, Communication, and Countermeasure, N.E.C. Skills Critical Thinking Equipment Maintenance Systems Evaluation Troubleshooting Quality Control Analysis Coordination Installation Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources Operation and Control O*NET Relationship Occupation Title Avionics Technicians Abilities Deductive Reasoning Selective Attention Problem Sensitivity Perceptual Speed Written Comprehension Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Time Sharing Wrist-Finger Speed

DoD Code 110200

SOC Code 49-2091.00

Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

AVIONICS MAINTENANCE Paygrade E4 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE Task Statements Document maintenance actions Incorporate Technical Directives (TD) Load aircrew survival equipment radios Load Communications Security (COMSEC) systems Maintain aircraft communication systems Maintain aircraft computer systems Maintain aircraft external stores mission equipment Maintain Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) systems Maintain armament systems Maintain carrier approach and landing systems Maintain Communications Security (COMSEC) systems Maintain data communication systems Maintain display systems Maintain Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) systems

AT-5(O)

E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E6 E7 E7 E6 E5 E5 E4 E4 E5 E5 E4 E4 E5 E4 E4 E6 E6 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Maintain Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) systems Maintain Electronic Support Measures (ESM) systems Maintain flight recording systems Maintain Global Positioning System (GPS) Maintain Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) systems Maintain infrared systems Maintain Intercommunications Systems (ICS) Maintain LASER and LASING systems Maintain Multi-Function Display (MFD) systems Maintain navigation systems Maintain radar systems Maintain Satellite Communication (SATCOM) systems Maintain secure speech communication systems Maintain video and audio recording systems Maintain weather radar systems Manage Functional Check Flight (FCF) requirements Manage scheduled maintenance Manage unscheduled maintenance Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Perform acceptance inspections Perform conditional inspections Perform daily inspections Perform phase inspections Perform special inspections Perform transfer inspections Perform turnaround inspections Perform weapons release and control systems checks Perform zonal inspections Repair aircraft fiber optics Repair aircraft wiring and connectors Review Aircraft Discrepancy Book (ADB) Review Maintenance Data Reports (MDR) Test aircraft electronic systems Treat corrosion on aircraft electrical and avionics components Troubleshoot aircraft communication systems Troubleshoot aircraft computer systems Troubleshoot aircraft external stores mission equipment Troubleshoot Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) systems Troubleshoot armament systems Troubleshoot carrier approach and landing systems Troubleshoot Communications Security (COMSEC) systems Troubleshoot data communication systems Troubleshoot display systems Troubleshoot Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) systems Troubleshoot Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) systems Troubleshoot Electronic Support Measures (ESM) systems Troubleshoot flight recording systems AT-6(O)

E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 E5

CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Troubleshoot Global Positioning System (GPS) Troubleshoot Global Positioning System (GPS) components Troubleshoot Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) systems Troubleshoot infrared systems Troubleshoot Intercommunications Systems (ICS) Troubleshoot LASER and LASING systems Troubleshoot Multi-Function Display (MFD) systems Troubleshoot navigation systems Troubleshoot radar systems Troubleshoot Satellite Communication (SATCOM) systems Troubleshoot secure speech communication systems Troubleshoot video and audio recording systems Troubleshoot weather radar systems Update Monthly Maintenance Plans (MMP) LOGISTICS AND TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION

Paygrade E6 E6 E4 E6 E6

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Brief maintenance operations (maintenance control and workcenter) Maintain Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) programs Safeguard classified material Supervise scheduled maintenance Supervise unscheduled maintenance QUALITY ASSURANCE

Paygrade E7 E5 E6 E7

Task Type CORE CORE CORE CORE

Task Statements Certify aircraft safe for flight Conduct Collateral Duty Inspections (CDI) Conduct Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP)

AT-7(O)

CHAPTER 12

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (AW)

NAVPERS 18068-12E CH-43

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS FOR AVIATION WARFARE SYSTEMS OPERATOR (AW)

SCOPE OF RATING Aviation Warfare Systems Operators (AW) perform general flight crew duties; operate various USW and non-USW related sensor systems to extract, analyze and classify data obtained; perform specified preflight, inflight and postflight operations in a multitude of Naval aircraft serving Anti-surface, USW, Mine countermeasures, Electronic, Counter narcotics, and Land and Sea rescue Warfare missions; perform diagnostic functions using manual and computer aided techniques to effect fault isolation and optimize system performance; operate tactical support center systems to analyze and classify USW and non-USW data; assist in aircrew briefing and debriefing; and provide data base information to the Tactical Commander for use in prescribing mission objectives and tactics.

These Occupational Standards are to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) as Chapter 12.

NAVPERS 18068-12C

AW-1

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN AWCM AWCS AWC AW1 AW2 AW3 AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. SPECIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Vision 20/200 correctable in each eye to 20/20; normal color perception; no speech impediment. Refer to Articles 15.10, 15.13A, 15.21 and 15.69 of the Manual of the Medical Department, U.S. Navy for details on color perception, hearing and speech requirements. Physically qualified and psychologically adapted for flight as required by Article 15-69, Manual of the Medical Department, U.S. Navy. Third class swimmer with potential for qualification during AW school training as a first class swimmer as defined in MILPERSMAN 1414-010. CITIZENSHIP/SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Must be eligible for access to classified information.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Navy man & woman; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AW-2

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (MECHANICAL) (AWF) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION AIR WARFARE SYSTEMS ENGINEER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS ORDNANCE/STORES SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS AIRCREW READINESS MANAGER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS AW-3(F) AW-4(F) AW-5(F) AW-5(F) AW-5(F) AW-8(F) AW-9(F) AW-10(F) AW-10(F) AW-11(F) AW-12(F) AW-12(F) AW-13(F) AW-13(F) AW-14(F) AW-15(F)

AW-2(F)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (MECHANICAL) (AWF)

SCOPE OF RATING Naval Aircrewmen Mechanical (AWF) are members of a fixed wing integrated tactical crew aboard C-2, C-9, C-12, C-20, C-37, C-40, C-130, E-6, and P-3 aircraft; perform primary in-flight and ground duties as aircraft Flight Engineer/Crew Chief, Loadmaster, Reel Operator, and Aircrew Readiness Manager; perform aircraft maintenance, weight and balance (W&B) calculations, and aircraft systems rigging, Aircrew administration, Flight/Ground training, cargo movement, Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC), passenger transport, small arms, and Joint Special Warfare operations; contribute directly to operations for the purposes of attaining and maintaining the squadrons aircrew qualifications and certifications; and knowledgeable of all aircraft systems, passenger and cargo handling, safety procedures and equipment, federal and military regulations for passenger transport, emergency procedures, and aircraft equipment. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 12.

AW-3(F)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


AWCM

AWFCS

AWOCS

AWRCS

AWSCS

AWVCS

AWFC

AWOC

AWRC

AWSC

AWVC

AWF1

AWO1

AWR1

AWS1

AWV1

AWF2

AWO2

AWR2

AWS2

AWV2

AWF3

AWO3

AWR3

AWS3

AWV3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AW-4(F)

Job Title

Air Warfare Systems Engineer


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWF NOC 5300-1011.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) AIR WARFARE SYSTEMS ENGINEER

001595
Short Title (10 Characters) AIRWAR ENG

Job Code

Other Relationships and Rules: NECs may include 7836, 8201, 8202, 8206, 8208, 8209, 8210, 8220, 8227, 8235, 8241, 8245, 8250, 8251, 8252, 8278, 8279, and 8289.

Job Description Air Warfare Systems Engineers are members of fixed wing integrated tactical crews aboard C-130, C-40, P-3, E-6 and Gulfstream aircraft. They perform primary in-flight and ground duties as aircraft Flight Engineer/Crew Chief, Loadmaster, and Reel Operator. They perform maintenance, weight and balance (W&B), and rigging. They perform aircrew administration, flight/ground training, internal/external cargo movement, Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC), and passenger transport. They also conduct small arms and Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations. They perform aircrew duties that contribute directly to aircrew operations, training, and administration for the purposes of attaining and maintaining squadron aircrew qualifications and certifications. Personnel are knowledgeable of all aircraft systems, passenger handling, safety procedures and equipment, federal and military regulations for passenger transport, emergency procedures, and aircraft equipment. Air Warfare Systems Engineers must be able to obtain a final secret security clearance and be able to obtain higher security clearance as required. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Air Crew, General 105 Code and Area: 105000 10 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 53-1011.00 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Quality Control Analysis Inductive Reasoning Writing Originality Supervise aircraft towing and pushback procedures Management of Material Resources Multi-limb Coordination Operation and Control Originality Update individual flight time summaries Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Adjust aircraft power settings Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Assign aircraft ditching stations Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Brief passengers on safety procedures Instructing Management of Personnel Resources Calculate fuel requirements Mathematics Operation Monitoring Compute aircraft load limitations Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Compute aircraft weight and balances (W&B) Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Compute landing limits Critical Thinking Mathematics Compute take off limits Critical Thinking Mathematics Abilities Control Precision Reaction Time Inductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Originality Oral Expression Inductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-5(F)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct air logistics training Instructing Originality Operations Analysis Oral Expression Conduct aircraft systems testing Coordination Near Vision Operation and Control Written Comprehension Conduct Functional Check Flight (FCF) Complex Problem Solving Multi-limb Coordination Operation Monitoring Written Comprehension Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Coordination Inductive Reasoning Instructing Originality Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Instructing Originality Configure aircraft for cargo operations Mathematics Depth Perception Operation Monitoring Mathematical Reasoning Control Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Operation and Control Control Precision Systems Analysis Memorization Control engine power settings Operation and Control Control Precision Systems Analysis Memorization Coordinate before take off safety procedures Coordination Control Precision Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Determine aircrew requirements for aerial gunnery Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Learning Strategies Written Expression Develop aircrew mission briefs Reading Comprehension Speech Clarity Written Comprehension Speaking Evaluate performance of positional equipment Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Problem Sensitivity Identify aircraft emergency conditions Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Night Vision Inspect aircraft survival equipment Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Quality Control Analysis Near Vision Inspect Aviation Life Support Systems (ALSS) equipment Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Quality Control Analysis Near Vision Inspect Search And Rescue (SAR) equipment Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Quality Control Analysis Near Vision Inspect small arms Equipment Maintenance Dynamic Flexibility Quality Control Analysis Near Vision Install logistics equipment Equipment Selection Depth Perception Operation and Control Rate Control Jettison cargo Management of Material Resources Control Precision Operation and Control Rate Control Monitor Weight and Balance (W&B) values Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Written Comprehension Operate aircraft electrical systems Operation and Control Near Vision Systems Analysis Written Comprehension Operate aircraft engines Operation and Control Near Vision Written Comprehension Systems Analysis

AW-6(F)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Operate aircraft fuel systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate aircraft hydraulic systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate aircraft pneumatic systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate aircraft pressurization systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate cargo restraint equipment Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate emergency equipment Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate environmental control systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) equipment Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate Internal Communication Systems (ICS) Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate landing gear systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate propeller systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate radio systems Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate small arms Critical Thinking Monitoring Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) camera systems Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) electrical systems Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) fuel systems Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) navigation systems Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) radio systems Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Operate utility winches Operation and Control Systems Analysis

Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension

AW-7(F)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

Perform aircraft ditching procedures Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform aircraft emergency ground procedures Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform aircraft emergency in-flight procedures Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform aircraft ground handling Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform emergency Medical Evacuations (MEDVAC) Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Perform expeditious cargo offload Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Perform first aid Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform flight planning before mission Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform general aircrew ground procedures Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Perform in-flight status reporting Quality Control Analysis Speaking Perform internal aircraft inspections Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Perform long cord procedures Coordination Troubleshooting Perform post deployment procedures Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Perform Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) post-flight inspections Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Perform Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) pre-flight inspections Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Report aircraft emergency conditions Critical Thinking Troubleshooting Report visual contacts Coordination Speaking Supervise aircrew personnel Management of Material Resources Operation and Control Use cargo loading hand signals Instructing Operation and Control

Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Near Vision Written Comprehension Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Flexibility of Closure Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Speech Clarity Problem Sensitivity Speech Clarity Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Speech Clarity Far Vision Speech Clarity Multi-limb Coordination Originality Multi-limb Coordination Originality

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Instructing Inductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality

AW-8(F)

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

Conduct warfare training exercises Instructing Operation and Control Coordinate training systems acquisition contracts Coordination Management of Material Resources Execute Emergency Destruction Plans (EDP) Coordination Critical Thinking Instruct personnel in first aid Instructing Quality Control Analysis

Dynamic Strength Originality Control Precision Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension

MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Audit Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Critical Thinking Quality Control Analysis Conduct certification inspections on aviation combat systems Instructing Quality Control Analysis Document aircraft system malfunctions Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Evaluate aircraft performance Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Maintain air conditioning systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain air refueling systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain aircraft hydraulic systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain aircraft ice control systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain aircrew flight databases Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain automatic flight control systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain extended range fuel tanks Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain flight control systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain landing gear assemblies Operation and Control Systems Analysis Manage Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Critical Thinking Quality Control Analysis Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs (NAMP) Critical Thinking Quality Control Analysis Maintain navigation systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Maintain pneumatic systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Originality Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Information Ordering Number Facility Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-9(F)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Maintain pressurization systems Operation and Control Systems Analysis Operate Support Equipment (SE) Critical Thinking Monitoring Perform aircraft conditional inspections Equipment Maintenance Judgment and Decision Making Perform aircraft daily inspections Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform aircraft servicing procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform aircraft special inspections Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform aircraft turnaround inspections Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Perform plane captain procedures Equipment Maintenance Repairing Perform Quality Assurance (QA) inspections Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Perform Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) maintenance Equipment Maintenance Repairing Supervise aircraft repairs Complex Problem Solving Systems Analysis Supervise safety-of-flight procedures Management of Material Resources Operation and Control Supervise use of Support Equipment (SE) on aircraft Management of Material Resources Operation and Control

Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Near Vision Written Comprehension Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Near Vision Written Comprehension Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Near Vision Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Written Comprehension Information Ordering Written Comprehension Near Vision Written Comprehension Originality Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Originality Multi-limb Coordination Originality

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate aircraft assignments with maintenance control Critical Thinking Operation and Control Coordinate cargo transfers Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate logistics Coordination Management of financial resources Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Management of financial resources Operations Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Originality Control Precision Problem Sensitivity Control Precision Problem Sensitivity Mathematical Reasoning Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

ORDNANCE/STORES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Inspect ordnance equipment Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Inspect ordnance loads Equipment Maintenance Quality Control Analysis Manage ordnance inventories Management of Material Resources Monitoring Abilities Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Dynamic Flexibility Near Vision Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-10(F)

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

Track ordnance expenditures Management of financial resources Management of Material Resources Verify weapons employments Coordination Judgment and Decision Making

Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Far Vision Visual Color Discrimination

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct Naval Special Warfare (NSW) training Instructing Quality Control Analysis Configure aircraft for Special Warfare Operations (SPECOPS) Mathematics Operation Monitoring Coordinate Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Complex Problem Solving Coordination Perform Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Instructing Quality Control Analysis Perform Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Monitoring Operation Monitoring Abilities Dynamic Strength Originality Dynamic Strength Originality Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Multi-limb Coordination Originality Night Vision Problem Sensitivity

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-11(F)

Job Title

Aircrew Readiness Manager


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWF NOC 5300-1011.00 Proficiency Level M Short Title (30 Characters) AIRCREW READINESS MANAGER Other Relationships and Rules: Not Applicable

002539
Short Title (10 Characters) AIR RD MGR

Job Code

Job Description Aircrew Readiness Managers are crucial and integral members of staffs, operational commands, and squadrons. Aircrew Readiness Managers coordinate the operational, administrative, and aircrew scheduling functions for the organization. They administer and manage training programs and resources for naval aircrew, manage standardization of aircrew training programs to enhance proficiency and readiness, and coordinate all aspects of aircrew training to meet the rigorous demands of operational commitments worldwide. Additionally, they administer and direct the Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) and Search and Rescue (SAR) programs. They also administer and direct tactics, training and readiness, ordnance and weapons, and aircrew training. As program managers they analyze training resource requirements, review and approve contract options for new training devices and programs, develop and revise curriculum, incorporate and initiate new aircrew training programs, manage student quotas, qualifications and certifications, and coordinate aircrew physical fitness and health program initiatives. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Air Crew, General 105 Code and Area: 105000 10 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 53-1011.00 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Instructing Originality Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Analyze emerging technology to meet fleet training requirements Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Fluency of Ideas Analyze monthly reports to identify trends in training and operations Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Analyze training and readiness matrix for technical accuracy Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Certify aircraft records Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Operations Analysis Selective Attention Conduct fleet acquisition program briefs Instructing Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Originality Conduct flight order audit boards Mathematics Originality Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Coordinate aircraft availability for long and short range planning Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Originality Coordinate Planning Board For Training (PBFT) meetings Coordination Control Precision Management of Material Resources Problem Sensitivity Coordinate weapon system designs with contract engineers Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Develop long and short range aircrew training plans Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Management of Material Resources Written Expression Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-12(F)

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

Document logistics flight records Time Management Time Sharing Writing Written Expression Monitor aircraft records for government compliance Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Systems Evaluation Written Comprehension Perform Operational Reporting (OPREP) procedures Operations Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Troubleshooting Written Comprehension Prepare administrative briefs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Comprehension Prepare mission capability briefs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Comprehension Prepare mission summary logs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Comprehension Prepare warfare briefs Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Comprehension Represent aircrew program issues at fleet and flag level conferences Speaking Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Operate small arms Skills Critical Thinking Monitoring Abilities Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer aircrew training programs Instructing Originality Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Articulate fleet aviation training requirements to upper echelon Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Negotiation Oral Expression Certify Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) qualifications in training Coordination Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Instructing Originality Quality Control Analysis Problem Sensitivity Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Instructing Inductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality Conduct small arms classroom training Instructing Dynamic Strength Operation and Control Originality Conduct small arms live fire training Instructing Dynamic Strength Operation and Control Originality Coordinate operating areas scheduling with external agencies Complex Problem Solving Oral Comprehension Coordination Written Comprehension Coordinate tactical exercises Complex Problem Solving Oral Comprehension Coordination Written Comprehension Determine aircrew readiness requirements for individuals and crews Judgment and Decision Making Written Comprehension Learning Strategies Written Expression

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-13(F)

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

Determine present and future fleet aviation training requirements Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Originality Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson materials Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Originality Develop trainer and simulator scenarios Complex Problem Solving Oral Comprehension Instructing Written Comprehension Facilitate crew resource management programs Instructing Originality Learning Strategies Speech Clarity Identify individual aircrew qualifications for flight events Coordination Inductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Implement aircrew course curriculum changes Quality Control Analysis Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Written Comprehension Instruct personnel in first aid Instructing Multi-limb Coordination Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Monitor Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) student production Learning Strategies Mathematical Reasoning Service Orientation Written Comprehension Monitor fleet training and readiness levels Judgment and Decision Making Mathematical Reasoning Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Operate Weapons Systems Trainer (WST) Instructing Originality Operation and Control Problem Sensitivity Perform Aircrew Combat Training Continuum (ACTC) Complex Problem Solving Speech Clarity Coordination Written Comprehension Perform aircrew training programs effectiveness evaluations Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Conduct land survival training Complex Problem Solving Memorization Coordination Multi-limb Coordination

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Identify mission requirements Management of Material Resources Originality Operations Analysis Problem Sensitivity Implement aircrew manpower process from accession to fleet integration Installation Inductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Written Comprehension Implement temporary flight orders Installation Information Ordering Writing Written Comprehension Manage aircrew personnel Coordination Problem Sensitivity Management of personnel resources Selective Attention Manage coordinated operation assets Management of Material Resources Originality Operation Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Manage Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) programs Management of Material Resources Finger Dexterity Monitoring Problem Sensitivity Match aircrew to mission detachment and crew requirements Complex Problem Solving Originality Judgment and Decision Making Problem Sensitivity Organize logistics operations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Organize static exhibits Coordination Deductive Reasoning Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-14(F)

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

Perform air logistics administrative duties Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform air logistics operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform logistics operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Prepare country clearance messages Critical Thinking Writing Prepare flight hour reports Critical Thinking Writing Prepare flight schedules Critical Thinking Writing Prioritize aircrew assignments Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Prioritize flight missions Judgment and Decision Making Management of Personnel Resources Submit airlift requests Programming Writing Submit logistics requests Management of Material Resources Writing Supervise ready alert aircraft procedures Management of Material Resources Operation and Control

Mathematical Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Near Vision Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Multi-limb Coordination Originality

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Plan Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Monitoring Operation Monitoring Abilities Night Vision Problem Sensitivity

AW-15(F)

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (OPERATOR) (AWO) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION ACOUSTIC SYSTEMS SPECIALIST AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT ORDNANCE/STORES SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS SENSOR SYSTEMS SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC) TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SPECIALIST AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT ORDNANCE/STORES SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS SENSOR SYSTEMS SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC) TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS TACTICAL AIRCREW WATCH OFFICER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL AW-4(O) AW-5(O) AW-6(O) AW-6(O) AW-7(O) AW-9(O) AW-10(O) AW-10(O) AW-11(O) AW-11(O) AW-12(O) AW-12(O) AW-12(O) AW-13(O) AW-13(O) AW-15(O) AW-16(O) AW-16(O) AW-17(O) AW-20(O) AW-21(O) AW-21(O) AW-21(O) AW-22(O) AW-22(O) AW-22(O) AW-23(O) AW-24(O) AW-24(O) AW-26(O) AW-27(O) AW-27(O) AW-27(O) AW-28(O) AW-28(O) AW-29(O)

AW-2(O)

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (OPERATOR) (AWO) TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT)


OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC) TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS AIRCREW READINESS MANAGER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING MAINTENANCE SUPPORT OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC) AW-29(O) AW-29(O) AW-30(O) AW-30(O) AW-32(O) AW-33(O) AW-33(O) AW-34(O) AW-34(O) AW-35(O) AW-35(O) AW-36(O) AW-36(O)

AW-3(O)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (OPERATOR) (AWO)

SCOPE OF RATING Naval Aircrewmen (Operator) (AWO) produce intelligence products for aircrews in support of operations and tactical missions worldwide; detect, analyze, classify, and track surface and subsurface contacts; operate an advanced sonar system utilizing sonobouys, radar, Electronic Support Measures (ESM), Magnetic Anomaly Detector (MAD), Identification Friend or Foe/Selective Identification Feature (IFF/SIF), and Infrared Detector (IR); perform aircrew duties that support mission planning, classified material handling, and training; and handle ordnance, inspect acoustic station equipment, and operate mission equipment such as: advanced imaging multi-spectral sensors, radar for safety of flight, and hand-held cameras. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 12.

AW-4(O)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


AWCM

AWFCS

AWOCS

AWRCS

AWSCS

AWVCS

AWFC

AWOC

AWRC

AWSC

AWVC

AWF1

AWO1

AWR1

AWS1

AWV1

AWF2

AWO2

AWR2

AWS2

AWV2

AWF3

AWO3

AWR3

AWS3

AWV3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AW-5(O)

Job Title

Acoustic Systems Specialist


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWO NOC 4900-2093.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) ACOUSTIC SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

002544
Short Title (10 Characters) ACSYS SPEC

Job Code

Other Relationships and Rules: NECs may include 0342, 0450, 0507, 7821 thru 7841

Job Description Acoustic Systems Specialists are members of an integrated tactical crew aboard maritime patrol aircraft. They detect, analyze, classify, and track surface and subsurface contacts utilizing state of the art acoustic technology. They operate an advanced sonar system utilizing sonobouys. They also perform aircrew duties that support mission planning, acoustic classified material handling, and training contributing directly to an aircraft squadrons ability to conduct tactical operations worldwide. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment 49-2093.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Operation and Control Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct flight order audit boards Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Operation and Control Visualization Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Active Listening Inductive Reasoning Instructing Selective Attention Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Selective Attention Maintain aircrew flight databases Equipment Selection Written Comprehension Installation Written Expression Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Monitoring Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Maintain tactical publication libraries Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Management of Material Resources Written Expression Prepare flight hour reports Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Critical Thinking Reaction Time Prepare flight schedules Operations Analysis Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Active Listening Oral Comprehension Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Safeguard classified materials Active Listening Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Update individual flight time summaries Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Troubleshooting Visualization

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-6(O)

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze mission tactical plots Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Analyze multi-static contact information Critical Thinking Operation and Control Analyze Night Vision Goggle (NVG) information Critical Thinking Operation and Control Analyze passive acoustic contacts data Critical Thinking Operation and Control Calculate Figure Of Merit (FOM) Mathematics Science Classify Electro-Optics (EO) contact information Mathematics Science Classify Infrared (IR) contact information Management of Material Resources Reading Comprehension Classify multi-static contact information Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Classify passive acoustic contact information Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Classify sound transmission paths Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Conduct aircraft fueling operations Operation and Control Science Conduct Battle Hit Assessments (BHA) Equipment Selection Operation and Control Conduct Infrared (IR) and Electro-Optical (EO) surveillance Management of Financial Resources Management of Material Resources Conduct multi-static searches Reading Comprehension Speaking Conduct Night Vision Device (NVD) flight operations Instructing Learning Strategies Conduct passenger safety briefs Coordination Operation and Control Conduct passive acoustic searches Coordination Speaking Configure aircraft equipment for rescue missions Instructing Speaking Configure aircraft for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) operations Equipment Selection Installation Configure aircraft for internal cargo operations Equipment Selection Systems Evaluation Construct search patterns Equipment Selection Installation Coordinate pre-flight checks Coordination Systems Evaluation Abilities Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Night Vision Reaction Time Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Information Ordering Written Expression Memorization Perceptual Speed Memorization Perceptual Speed Memorization Perceptual Speed Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Far Vision Selective Attention Originality Visualization Speech Recognition Written Comprehension Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Memorization Speech Clarity Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Dynamic Flexibility Explosive Strength Finger Dexterity Memorization Dynamic Flexibility Explosive Strength Information Ordering Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-7(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Determine non-target artifacts Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Identify sonobouy aural cues Active Listening Critical Thinking Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Personnel Resources resources Inspect survival equipment Active Listening Critical Thinking Load classified materials Coordination Speaking Monitor weapons employment Active Listening Monitoring Observe engine start ups Active Listening Monitoring Operate acoustic mission equipment Active Listening Monitoring Operate bomb bay doors Active Listening Speaking Operate communications equipment Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform acoustic mission equipment in-flight operational checks Coordination Complex Problem Solving Perform aircraft fueling operations Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft ground handling operations Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft integrity inspections Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft post-flight inspections Coordination Operation and Control Perform Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) operations Active Learning Active Listening Perform drug interdiction searches Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources resources Perform Electro-Optics (EO) equipment post-flight procedures Coordination Operation and Control Perform emergency procedures Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform external aircraft pre-flight inspections Critical Thinking Mathematics Perform first aid Systems Analysis Systems Evaluation Perform flight planning before mission Critical Thinking Monitoring

Information Ordering Originality Memorization Visualization Oral Expression Written Expression

Memorization Visual Color Discrimination Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Auditory Attention Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Speech Recognition Far Vision Near Vision Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Finger Dexterity Memorization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Dynamic Strength Deductive Reasoning Dynamic Strength Deductive Reasoning Memorization Speech Recognition Written Comprehension

Information Ordering Selective Attention Visual Color Discrimination Visualization Inductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Visual Color Discrimination Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

AW-8(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

Perform general mission procedures Coordination Critical Thinking Perform in-flight equipment checks Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform in-flight observer duties Coordination Speaking Perform internal and external aircraft pre-flight inspections Systems Analysis Systems Evaluation Perform Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC) Coordination Equipment Selection Perform mission equipment power on pre-flight inspections Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform on station mission turnovers/swap procedures Critical Thinking Operation and Control Perform reconnaissance recognition Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform mission planning Equipment Selection Operation and Control Prepare aircraft for static display Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Prepare mission summary logs Management of Material Resources Writing Report contacts Operations Analysis Writing Review hot areas and air space restrictions Equipment Selection Programming Test aircraft systems Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Update flight time log books Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Utilize mission tactical plot during on station period Critical Thinking Writing

Oral Comprehension Speech Clarity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Memorization Information Ordering Memorization Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Written Comprehension Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Visual Color Discrimination Written Comprehension Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Memorization Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Written Expression

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Instructing Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Analyze monthly training and operation reports Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Originality Analyze training and readiness matrix for technical accuracy Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Monitoring Originality Brief crew resource management program Persuasion Speech Clarity Speaking Written Expression Conduct tactical flight training Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Visual Color Discrimination

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-9(O)

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct tactical ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Speaking Selective Attention Conduct warfare training exercises Active Listening Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Information Ordering Define aircrew readiness requirements for individuals and crews Instructing Information Ordering Speaking Written Expression Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Originality Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Information Ordering Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson material Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical exams Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical training materials Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Operate Weapons Systems Trainer (WST) Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Perform Aircrew Combat Training Continuum (ACTC) Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Conduct land survival training Critical Thinking Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Memorization

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Communicate using visual signals Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Conduct underwater communications Instructing Speaking Draft Operational Report (OPREP-3) messages Systems Evaluation Troubleshooting Identify pyrotechnic communications Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Perform brevity codes communications Coordination Operation and Control Perform Intercommunication Systems (ICS) communications Active Listening Speaking Review card of the day Management of Personnel Resources resources Persuasion Abilities Memorization Perceptual Speed Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Fluency of Ideas Originality Control Precision Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Information Ordering Written Expression

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-10(O)

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze Bathythermograph (BT) data Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Analyze bottom contour charts Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Analyze environmental data for tactical application Critical Thinking Science Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Analyze sound transmission paths Critical Thinking Operation and Control Calculate predicted transmission path ranges Mathematics Science Determine active sonobouy localization and track depths Critical Thinking Mathematics Determine tactical environmental considerations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Develop environmental products using applicable software Speaking Writing Interpret oceanographic data for mission executions Monitoring Reading Comprehension Perform environmental calculations during mission Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Perform environmental calculations for mission planning Critical Thinking Mathematics Perform on station environmental updates Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Information Ordering Mathematical Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Visual Color Discrimination Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Inductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Originality Visualization Written Comprehension Written Expression Information Ordering Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Finger Dexterity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct certification inspections on aviation combat systems Equipment Selection Operation and Control Document aircraft discrepancies Reading Comprehension Writing Troubleshoot Internal Communication System (ICS) Critical Thinking Operation and Control Troubleshoot mission replay recorders Critical Thinking Operation and Control Troubleshoot Night Vision Device (NVD) equipment Equipment Selection Operation and Control Troubleshoot tactical mission recorders Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Troubleshoot tactical systems Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Abilities Manual Dexterity Selective Attention Written Comprehension Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Finger Dexterity Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Visualization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-11(O)

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct logistical operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Load cargo onto aircraft Coordination Speaking Maintain squadron navigational publications Reading Comprehension Management of Material Resources Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Equipment Selection Operation and Control Organize static exhibits Coordination Complex Problem Solving Perform detachment site surveys Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prepare country clearance messages Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Abilities Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Originality Rate Control Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Finger Dexterity Reaction Time

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

ORDNANCE/STORES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Conduct sonobouy drops Skills Reading Comprehension Writing E4 CORE Load aircraft ordnance Management of Material Resources Writing E4 CORE Load aircraft weapons Coordination Speaking Manage ordnance inventories Complex Problem Solving Management of Financial Resources Track ordnance expenditures Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Information Ordering Oral Expression Fluency of Ideas Visualization Abilities Written Comprehension Written Expression

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct airborne Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Equipment Selection Operation and Control Coordinate Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Coordination Operation and Control Perform Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Abilities Memorization Visualization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SENSOR SYSTEMS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze active contact information Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Abilities Information Ordering Mathematical Reasoning

AW-12(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct Over-The-Horizon Targeting (OTHT) Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Speaking Reaction Time Conduct Specific Emitter Identification (SEI ) Coordination Auditory Attention Operation and Control Visualization Determine Extended Echo Ranging (EER) processing mode Complex Problem Solving Originality Operation and Control Spatial Orientation Determine non-Target Of Interest (TOI) acoustic artifacts Critical Thinking Sound Localization Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Determine optimum sensor effectiveness Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Speed of Closure Establish Extended Echo Ranging (EER) processing modes Equipment Selection Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Written Comprehension Identify Infrared (IR) and Electro-Optics (EO) countermeasures Judgment and Decision Making Auditory Attention Mathematics Memorization Perform airborne tactical system pre-flight operational checks Coordination Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Memorization Perform Infrared (IR) system pre-flight inspections Operation and Control Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Finger Dexterity Perform Low Frequency Analysis and Recording (LOFAR) gram analysis Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Visual Color Discrimination Track Target of Interest (TOI) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Written Expression

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze Infrared (IR) and Electro-Optic (EO) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze Inverse Synthetic-Aperture Radar (ISAR) or Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Classify visual contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Conduct visual searches Judgment and Decision Making Mathematical Reasoning Coordination Visualization Operate vision enhancement devices in-flight Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Perform aerial photography Systems Evaluation Deductive Reasoning Troubleshooting Finger Dexterity Perform Electro-Optical (EO) surveillances Operation and Control Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Finger Dexterity Perform Night Vision Device (NVD) pre-flight inspections Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Perform photographic riggings Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Speaking Oral Comprehension Plan Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-13(O)

E4

CORE

Utilize vision enhancement equipment Critical Thinking Writing

Deductive Reasoning Written Expression

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC)


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze tactical missions data Critical Thinking Operation and Control Conduct mission briefs Equipment Selection Operation and Control Conduct mission debriefs Reading Comprehension Speaking Create Acoustic Intelligence (ACINT) packages Operations Analysis Writing Determine tactical intelligence considerations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Develop aircrew mission briefs Critical Thinking Mathematics Develop tactical lessons learned Learning Strategies Writing Develop tactical proficiency programs Learning Strategies Writing Extract tactical intelligence mathematically from target data Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Identify mission requirements Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Manage contact tracks Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Monitor radio communications Complex Problem Solving Monitoring Perform acoustic quick looks Coordination Complex Problem Solving Perform radio malfunction procedures Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform tape management procedures Equipment Selection Systems Evaluation Plot Position of Intended Movement (PIM) tracks Critical Thinking Operation and Control Plot water space management areas Coordination Speaking Prepare mission brief books Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prepare tactical aircrew mission briefs Operations Analysis Writing Prepare target briefs Operations Analysis Writing Abilities Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Speech Recognition Written Comprehension Written Comprehension Written Expression Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Information Ordering Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Multi-limb Coordination Written Expression Originality Rate Control Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Information Ordering Night Vision Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-14(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

Review charts for mission planning Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources resources Update mission brief books Critical Thinking Writing Verify tactical plots Critical Thinking Operation and Control Verify water space management Coordination Speaking Verify weapons employment Active Listening Operation and Control

Information Ordering Written Expression

Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Visual Color Discrimination Visualization Inductive Reasoning Speech Clarity Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Calculate active ranges Skills Abilities Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Originality Visualization Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Finger Dexterity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Mathematics Science Calculate active target course and speeds Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Calculate Area Of Probability (AOP) Mathematics Science Calculate passive acoustic contacts course, speed and depth Mathematics Science Calculate Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Mathematics Science Conduct Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Instructing Speaking Determine Target Of Interest (TOI) datum Complex Problem Solving Social Perceptiveness Identify contacts Closest Point of Approach (CPA) Instructing Learning Strategies Perform range calculations Operation and Control Systems Evaluation

AW-15(O)

Job Title

Electronic Systems Specialist


Job Family Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWO NOC 4900-2093.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SPECIALIST Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7861

002571
Short Title (10 Characters) E SYS SPEC

Job Code

Job Description Electronic Systems Specialists are members of a fixed wing integrated tactical crew aboard maritime patrol aircraft. They detect, analyze, classify, and track surface and subsurface contacts electronically utilizing state of the art technology. Specifically they operate the following electronic warfare systems in support of operations and tactical missions worldwide: radar, Electronic Support Measures (ESM), Magnetic Anomaly Detector (MAD), Identification Friend or Foe/ Selective Identification Feature (IFF/SIF), and Infrared (IR) detectors. In addition, Electronic Systems Specialists perform aircrew duties that contribute directly to aircrew operations, training and administration for the purposes of attaining and maintaining the squadrons aircrew qualifications and certifications. They handle ordnance, have training in electronic intelligence and analysis, and are knowledgeable with security protocols. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment 49-2093.00 Name and Family Code: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 49

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Operation and Control Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct flight order audit boards Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Operation and Control Visualization Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Active Listening Inductive Reasoning Instructing Selective Attention Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Selective Attention Maintain aircrew flight databases Equipment Selection Dynamic Flexibility Installation Dynamic Strength Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Monitoring Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Maintain tactical publication libraries Judgment and Decision Making Multi-limb Coordination Management of Material Resources Written Expression Prepare flight hour reports Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Critical Thinking Reaction Time Prepare flight schedules Operations Analysis Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Active Listening Oral Comprehension Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Safeguard classified materials Active Listening Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-16(O)

E4

CORE

Update individual flight time summaries Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting

Deductive Reasoning Visualization

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze mission tactical plots Complex Problem Solving Spatial Orientation Critical Thinking Visual Color Discrimination Analyze Night Vision Goggle (NVG) information Critical Thinking Night Vision Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze radar contact data Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze threat data in-flight Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Calculate radar formulas Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Classify Electro-Optics (EO) contact information Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Classify Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contact information Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Reading Comprehension Written Expression Classify Infrared (IR) contact information Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Reading Comprehension Written Expression Classify Inverse Synthetic-Aperture Radar (ISAR) contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Classify Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Classify non-acoustic contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Classify Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Compute Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contact intercepts Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Compute radar contact intercepts Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Conduct aircraft fueling operations Operation and Control Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct Battle Hit Assessments (BHA) Equipment Selection Far Vision Operation and Control Selective Attention Conduct Electronic Warfare Support (ES) searches Instructing Oral Comprehension Speaking Selective Attention Conduct Infrared (IR) and Electro-Optical (EO) surveillance Management of Financial Resources Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Conduct Night Vision Device (NVD) flight operations Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Selective Attention

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

CORE

E4

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E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

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AW-17(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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E4

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Conduct passenger safety briefs Coordination Operation and Control Configure aircraft equipment for rescue missions Instructing Speaking Configure aircraft for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) operations Equipment Selection Installation Configure aircraft for internal cargo operations Equipment Selection Systems Evaluation Construct search patterns Equipment Selection Installation Coordinate pre-flight checks Coordination Systems Evaluation Correlate Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contact information Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Evaluate in-flight radar data Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Identify radar scan types Judgment and Decision Making Science Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Personnel Resources resources Inspect survival equipment Active Listening Critical Thinking Load classified materials Coordination Speaking Monitor aircraft stand-offs Reading Comprehension Writing Monitor weapons employment Active Listening Monitoring Observe engine start ups Active Listening Monitoring Operate bomb bay doors Active Listening Speaking Operate communications equipment Equipment Selection Operation and Control Operate Infrared (IR) recording equipment Active Listening Operation and Control Perform aircraft fueling operations Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft ground handling operations Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft integrity inspections Coordination Operation and Control Perform aircraft post-flight inspections Coordination Operation and Control

Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Dynamic Flexibility Explosive Strength Finger Dexterity Memorization Dynamic Flexibility Explosive Strength Information Ordering Written Comprehension Memorization Reaction Time Reaction Time Visual Color Discrimination Finger Dexterity Visualization Oral Expression Written Expression

Memorization Visual Color Discrimination Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Information Ordering Written Comprehension Auditory Attention Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Speech Recognition Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Speech Clarity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Dynamic Strength Deductive Reasoning Dynamic Strength

AW-18(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

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E4

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E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

Perform Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) operations Active Learning Active Listening Perform drug interdiction searches Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources resources Perform Electro-Optics (EO) equipment post-flight procedures Coordination Operation and Control Perform emergency procedures Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform external aircraft pre-flight inspections Critical Thinking Mathematics Perform first aid Systems Analysis Systems Evaluation Perform flight planning before mission Critical Thinking Monitoring Perform general mission procedures Coordination Critical Thinking Perform in-flight equipment checks Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform in-flight observer duties Coordination Speaking Perform internal and external aircraft pre-flight inspections Systems Analysis Systems Evaluation Perform Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC) operations Coordination Equipment Selection Perform mission equipment power on pre-flight inspections Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform on station mission turnovers/swap procedures Critical Thinking Operation and Control Perform radar pre-flight inspections Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform reconnaissance recognition Operation and Control Systems Evaluation Perform terrain avoidance radar navigations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform weather avoidance radar navigations Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform mission planning Equipment Selection Operation and Control Prepare aircraft for static displays Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Prepare mission summary logs Management of Material Resources Writing Report contacts Operations Analysis Writing

Deductive Reasoning Memorization Speech Recognition Written Comprehension

Information Ordering Selective Attention Visual Color Discrimination Visualization Inductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Visual Color Discrimination Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Oral Comprehension Speech Clarity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Memorization Information Ordering Memorization Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Rate Control Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Written Comprehension Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Visual Color Discrimination Written Comprehension Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression

AW-19(O)

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Review hot areas and air space restrictions Equipment Selection Programming Test aircraft systems Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Update flight time log books Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Utilize mission tactical plot during on station period Critical Thinking Writing

Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Memorization Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Written Expression

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Instructing Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Analyze monthly training and operation reports Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Originality Analyze training and readiness matrix for technical accuracy Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Monitoring Originality Brief crew resource management program Persuasion Speech Clarity Speaking Written Expression Conduct tactical flight training Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Visual Color Discrimination Conduct tactical ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Speaking Selective Attention Conduct warfare training exercises Active Listening Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Information Ordering Define aircrew readiness requirements for individuals and crews Instructing Information Ordering Speaking Written Expression Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Originality Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Information Ordering Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson material Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical exams Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical training materials Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Operate Weapons Systems Trainer (WST) Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Perform Aircrew Combat Training Continuum (ACTC) Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Conduct land survival training Critical Thinking Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Memorization

E7

CORE

E6 1 E5

CORE

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-20(O)

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Communicate using visual signals Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Determine communication considerations Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Draft Operational Report (OPREP-3) messages Systems Evaluation Troubleshooting Identify pyrotechnic communications Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Perform brevity codes communications Coordination Operation and Control Perform Intercommunication Systems (ICS) communications Active Listening Speaking Review card of the day Management of Personnel Resources resources Persuasion Abilities Memorization Perceptual Speed Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Fluency of Ideas Originality Control Precision Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Information Ordering Written Expression

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze bottom contour charts Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Analyze environmental data for tactical application Critical Thinking Science Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Calculate predicted transmission path ranges Mathematics Science Determine tactical environmental considerations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Develop environmental products using applicable software Speaking Writing Perform environmental calculations during mission Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Perform environmental calculations for mission planning Critical Thinking Mathematics Perform on station environmental updates Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Inductive Reasoning Visual Color Discrimination Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Originality Visualization Written Comprehension Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Finger Dexterity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct certification inspections on aviation combat systems Equipment Selection Operation and Control Document aircraft discrepancies Reading Comprehension Writing Abilities Manual Dexterity Selective Attention Written Comprehension Written Expression

E4

CORE

AW-21(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Troubleshoot Internal Communication System (ICS) Critical Thinking Operation and Control Troubleshoot mission replay recorders Critical Thinking Operation and Control Troubleshoot Night Vision Device (NVD) equipment Equipment Selection Operation and Control Troubleshoot tactical mission recorders Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Troubleshoot tactical systems Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting

Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Deductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Finger Dexterity Written Expression Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Visualization

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct logistical operations Equipment Selection Operation and Control Load cargo onto aircraft Coordination Speaking Maintain squadron navigational publications Reading Comprehension Management of Material Resources Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Equipment Selection Operation and Control Organize static exhibits Coordination Complex Problem Solving Perform detachment site surveys Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prepare country clearance messages Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Update navigational charts Critical Thinking Writing Abilities Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Originality Rate Control Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Finger Dexterity Reaction Time Deductive Reasoning Written Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

ORDNANCE/STORES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Conduct sonobouy drops Skills Reading Comprehension Writing E4 CORE Load aircraft ordnance Management of Material Resources Writing E4 CORE Load aircraft weapons Coordination Speaking Manage ordnance inventories Complex Problem Solving Management of Financial Resources Track ordnance expenditures Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Dynamic Flexibility Dynamic Strength Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Information Ordering Oral Expression Fluency of Ideas Visualization Abilities Written Comprehension Written Expression

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-22(O)

SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct airborne Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Equipment Selection Operation and Control Coordinate Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Coordination Operation and Control Perform Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Plot survivor locations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Memorization Visualization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

SENSOR SYSTEMS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contacts Critical Thinking Memorization Operation and Control Reaction Time Conduct Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) and Selective Identification Feature (SIF) interrogations Management of Financial Resources Speech Clarity Management of Material Resources Written Expression Conduct Over-The-Horizon Targeting (OTHT) Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Speaking Reaction Time Conduct Specific Emitter Identification (SEI ) Coordination Auditory Attention Operation and Control Visualization Conduct tactical airborne radar operations Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Visual Color Discrimination Determine optimum sensor effectiveness Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Speed of Closure Determine radar contact intercepts Critical Thinking Originality Operation and Control Visualization Identify Infrared (IR) and Electro Optics (EO) countermeasures Judgment and Decision Making Auditory Attention Mathematics Memorization Interpret radar video Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Mathematical Reasoning Interpret Selective Identification Feature (SIF) video Critical Thinking Memorization Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Perform airborne radar systems pre-flight checks Equipment Selection Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Memorization Perform airborne tactical system pre-flight operational checks Coordination Finger Dexterity Memorization Operation and Control Perform Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) pre-flight inspections Operation Monitoring Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Information Ordering Perform Infrared (IR) system pre-flight inspections Operation and Control Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Finger Dexterity Perform Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) compensations Operation and Control Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-23(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Perform Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) systems pre-flight inspections Systems Analysis Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Memorization Perform off-line radar operations Operation and Control Spatial Orientation Science Visualization Perform on-line radar operations Systems Analysis Finger Dexterity Systems Evaluation Night Vision Track radar contacts Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Oral Expression resources Track Targets Of Interest (TOI) Critical Thinking Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Written Expression

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze Infrared (IR) and Electro-Optic (EO) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze Inverse Synthetic-Aperture Radar (ISAR) or Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Calculate visual search altitudes Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Classify visual contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed Conduct visual searches Judgment and Decision Making Mathematical Reasoning Coordination Visualization Operate vision enhancement devices in-flight Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Perform aerial photography Systems Evaluation Deductive Reasoning Troubleshooting Finger Dexterity Perform Electro-Optical (EO) surveillances Operation and Control Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Finger Dexterity Perform Night Vision Device (NVD) pre-flight inspections Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Perform photographic riggings Judgment and Decision Making Oral Expression Speaking Oral Comprehension Plan Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Utilize vision enhancement equipment Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC)


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze tactical missions data Critical Thinking Operation and Control Conduct mission briefs Equipment Selection Operation and Control Conduct mission debriefs Reading Comprehension Speaking Abilities Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Speech Recognition Written Comprehension

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-24(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

Determine tactical intelligence considerations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Develop aircrew mission briefs Critical Thinking Mathematics Develop tactical lessons learned Learning Strategies Writing Develop tactical proficiency programs Learning Strategies Writing Extract tactical intelligence mathematically from target data Complex Problem Solving Mathematics Identify mission requirements Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Manage contact tracks Judgment and Decision Making Management of Material Resources Monitor radio communications Complex Problem Solving Monitoring Perform radio malfunction procedures Equipment Selection Operation and Control Perform tape management procedures Equipment Selection Systems Evaluation Plot Position of Intended Movement (PIM) tracks Critical Thinking Operation and Control Plot water space management areas Coordination Speaking Prepare mission brief books Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prepare tactical aircrew mission briefs Operations Analysis Writing Prepare target briefs Operations Analysis Writing Program Electronic Warfare Support (ES) libraries Operations Analysis Writing Review charts for mission planning Management of Material Resources Management of Personnel Resources resources Update contact databases Critical Thinking Troubleshooting Update mission brief books Critical Thinking Writing Vector aircraft Critical Thinking Operation and Control Verify tactical plots Critical Thinking Operation and Control Verify water space management Coordination Speaking Verify weapons employment Active Listening Operation and Control

Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Information Ordering Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Multi-limb Coordination Written Expression Originality Rate Control Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Information Ordering Night Vision Deductive Reasoning Originality Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression

Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Visualization Inductive Reasoning Speech Clarity Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

AW-25(O)

TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Calculate Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact course and speed Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Calculate radar contact course and speed Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Calculate Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Instructing Inductive Reasoning Speaking Selective Attention Determine Target Of Interest (TOI) datum Complex Problem Solving Originality Social Perceptiveness Visualization Perform range calculations Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Systems Evaluation Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-26(O)

Job Title

Tactical Aircrew Watch Officer


Job Family Production Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWO NOC 5100-1011.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) TACTICAL AIRCREW WATCH OFFICER Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7836

002554
Short Title (10 Characters) TACAIR OFF

Job Code

Job Description Tactical Aircrew Watch Officers are members of an integrated, tactical and logistics worldwide intelligence network at Tactical Centers aboard aircraft carriers, Tactical Support Centers (TSC) and with Mobile Operations Control Centers (MOCCs). They coordinate all administrative functions of their individual divisions, manage resources, and lead the personnel of the tactical center in preparing aircrews and operational commands for tactical missions. They coordinate logistics for safety of flight, communication (UHF/HF radios, data-link, satellite), and post mission analysis and reconstruction. They also coordinate the dissemination of environmental data (oceanographic, electromagnetic propagation, and weather), target analysis, and the replay of mission tapes. Tactical Aircrew Watch Officers monitor and train personnel in managing and maintaining an intelligence database acquired from operations and tactical flights. They also monitor and authorize the transmission of tasking and mission summary messages delineating tactical missions. They process requests for tactical mission qualification packets from individual commands and aircrews. They are trained and have experience in TSC, MOCC, ship and air-wing operations. They must also have a thorough knowledge of acoustic and/or electronic intelligence and analysis, message formatting, and the tactical employment of sensors. Familiarization with security protocols and classified handling procedures is required. The Tactical Aircrew Watch Officer must be able to obtain a final secret security clearance and be eligible for higher clearance as required. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011.00 Name and Family Code: Production 51

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Prepare administrative briefs Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Prepare tactical equipment evaluation programs Operations Analysis Writing Prepare tactics evaluation programs Operations Analysis Writing Safeguard classified materials Active Listening Coordination Abilities Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Comprehension

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze in-flight threat data Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Analyze Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact information Critical Thinking Operation and Control Analyze mission tactical plots Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Analyze multi-static contact information Critical Thinking Operation and Control Analyze passive acoustic contacts data Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Deductive Reasoning Memorization Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Perceptual Speed Reaction Time Perceptual Speed Reaction Time

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-27(O)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

Calculate Figure Of Merit (FOM) Mathematics Science Classify Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) contact information Judgment and Decision Making Operation and Control Coordinate pre-flight checks Coordination Systems Evaluation Determine attack criteria for weapons release Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Personnel Resources resources Operate communications equipment Equipment Selection Operation and Control Operate Multi-Sensor Analysis System (MSAS) Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Perform on station mission turnovers/swap procedures Critical Thinking Operation and Control Prepare mission summary logs Management of Material Resources Writing Report contacts Operations Analysis Writing Review hot areas and air space restrictions Equipment Selection Programming Update mission summary logs Reading Comprehension Writing

Mathematical Reasoning Number Facility Memorization Perceptual Speed Information Ordering Written Comprehension Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering Oral Expression Written Expression

Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Written Comprehension Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Information Ordering Number Facility

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct warfare training exercises Active Listening Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Information Ordering Define aircrew readiness requirements for individuals and crews Instructing Information Ordering Speaking Written Expression Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Originality Develop tactical exams Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical training materials Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Perform individual and crew tactical evaluations Operation and Control Deductive Reasoning Systems Evaluation Finger Dexterity

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-28(O)

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct underwater communications Instructing Speaking Determine communication considerations Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Draft Operational Report (OPREP-3) messages Systems Evaluation Troubleshooting Interpret naval messages Systems Evaluation Troubleshooting Monitor Defense Message Systems (DMS) Critical Thinking Monitoring Review card of the day Management of Personnel Resources resources Persuasion Test communication systems Critical Thinking Management of Personnel Resources resources Abilities Inductive Reasoning Selective Attention Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Problem Sensitivity Written Expression Finger Dexterity Near Vision Control Precision Spatial Orientation Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Oral Expression

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze environmental data for tactical application Critical Thinking Mathematical Reasoning Science Memorization Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Critical Thinking Memorization Calculate predicted transmission path ranges Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Develop environmental products using applicable software Speaking Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Perform Modular Ocean Data Assimilation System (MODAS) field evaluations Coordination Dynamic Strength Judgment and Decision Making Rate Control

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Match aircrew to mission detachment and crew requirements Management of Financial Resources Management of Material Resources Perform detachment site surveys Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Submit airlift requests Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Submit logistics requests Equipment Selection Operation and Control Abilities Information Ordering Written Comprehension Oral Comprehension Oral Expression Information Ordering Written Comprehension Arm-Hand Steadiness Stamina

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-29(O)

SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Coordination Operation and Control Plot survivor locations Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Memorization Spatial Orientation Visual Color Discrimination

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze Infrared (IR) and Electro Optic (EO) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Analyze Inverse Synthetic-Aperture Radar (ISAR) or Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) contact information Critical Thinking Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Classify visual contact information Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Operation and Control Perceptual Speed

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC)


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze collected intelligence information Complex Problem Solving Memorization Critical Thinking Number Facility Analyze post-flight mission data Critical Thinking Number Facility Operation and Control Written Comprehension Analyze tactical missions data Critical Thinking Originality Operation and Control Visualization Conduct overdue aircraft procedures Equipment Selection Night Vision Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Conduct positional training for watch teams Monitoring Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Mathematical Reasoning Conduct Post Mission Analysis (PMA) Learning Strategies Speech Clarity Instructing Written Expression Conduct Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) chat operations Quality Control Analysis Speech Recognition Speaking Written Comprehension Create Acoustic Intelligence (ACINT) packages Operations Analysis Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Develop aircrew mission briefs Critical Thinking Originality Mathematics Visualization Develop tactical lessons learned Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical memorandums Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Writing Develop tactical proficiency programs Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-30(O)

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Disseminate intelligence data Learning Strategies Originality Writing Visualization Disseminate post mission data in naval messages Reading Comprehension Speech Clarity Writing Written Expression Enter post-flight tactical data Critical Thinking Oral Comprehension Writing Written Expression Extract tactical intelligence mathematically from target data Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Identify mission requirements Judgment and Decision Making Perceptual Speed Operation and Control Reaction Time Issue mission equipment Critical Thinking Memorization Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Monitor radio communications Complex Problem Solving Originality Monitoring Rate Control Monitor watch teams flow of tactical data Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Monitoring Number Facility Operate Fast Time Analysis System (FTAS) Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Organize Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) operations Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Organize Search And Rescue (SAR) operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Perform mission replays Information Ordering Equipment Selection Operation and Control Memorization Perform Mobile Tactical Operations Center (MTOC) loadmaster responsibilities Coordination Dynamic Strength Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Perform Operational Reporting (OPREP) procedures Critical Thinking Memorization Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Perform post-flight analysis of mission data Judgment and Decision Making Oral Comprehension Writing Written Expression Perform tactical mission reconstructions Complex Problem Solving Fluency of Ideas Coordination Information Ordering Plot Position of Intended Movement (PIM) tracks Critical Thinking Spatial Orientation Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Plot required Undersea Warfare (USW) symbologies Coordination Spatial Orientation Service Orientation Visual Color Discrimination Plot water space management areas Coordination Information Ordering Speaking Night Vision Prepare mission brief books Coordination Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Originality Prepare mission capability briefs Coordination Originality Writing Written Expression Prepare post-exercise presentations Management of Personnel Resources Deductive Reasoning resources Writing Written Expression

AW-31(O)

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

Prepare pre-exercise presentations Operations Analysis Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Prepare tactical aircrew mission briefs Operations Analysis Deductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Prepare target briefs Operations Analysis Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Prepare warfare briefs Operations Analysis Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Program Electronic Warfare Support (ES) libraries Operations Analysis Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Review charts for mission planning Management of Material Resources Information Ordering Management of Personnel Resources Written Expression resources Setup communication antenna fields Active Listening Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension Setup tactical plotting stations Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Speaking Written Comprehension Supervise aircrew watch teams Equipment Selection Arm-Hand Steadiness Operation and Control Stamina Supervise Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) tactical air controller operations Coordination Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Supervise tactical plot operations Coordination Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Transmit data link information Complex Problem Solving Number Facility Written Expression Management of Material Resources Update intelligence databases Critical Thinking Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Written Expression

TARGET MOTION ANALYSIS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Calculate active ranges Skills Abilities

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Calculate active target course and speeds Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Calculate Area Of Probability (AOP) Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Calculate Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact course and speed Complex Problem Solving Mathematical Reasoning Mathematics Number Facility Calculate passive acoustic contacts course, speed and depth Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Calculate Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility

AW-32(O)

Job Title

Aircrew Readiness Manager


Job Family Transportation and Material Moving Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWO NOC 5300-1011.00 Proficiency Level M Short Title (30 Characters) AIRCREW READINESS MANAGER Other Relationships and Rules: Not Applicable

002539
Short Title (10 Characters) AIR RD MGR

Job Code

Job Description Aircrew Readiness Managers are crucial and integral members of staffs, operational commands, and squadrons. They coordinate the operational, administrative, and aircrew scheduling functions for the organization. They administer and manage training programs and resources for naval aircrew, manage standardization of aircrew training programs to enhance proficiency and readiness, and coordinate all aspects of aircrew training to meet the rigorous demands of operational commitments worldwide. Additionally, they administer and direct the following programs: Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) and Search and Rescue (SAR) programs. They also administer and direct tactics, training and readiness, ordnance and weapons, and aircrew training. As program managers, they analyze training resource requirements, review and approve contract options for new training devices and programs, develop and revise curriculum, incorporate and initiate new aircrew training programs, manage student quotas, qualifications and certifications, and coordinate aircrew physical fitness and health program initiatives. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Air Crew, General 105 Code and Area: 105000 10 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 53-1011.00 Name and Family Code: Transportation and Material Moving 53

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Analyze emerging technology to meet fleet training requirements Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Equipment Selection Problem Sensitivity Certify aircraft records for government compliance Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Certify Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) qualifications in training Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Operation and Control Mathematical Reasoning Science Number Facility Conduct fleet acquisition program briefs Coordination Visual Color Discrimination Speaking Visualization Conduct flight order audit boards Judgment and Decision Making Fluency of Ideas Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Complex Problem Solving Auditory Attention Operation and Control Visualization Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Active Listening Inductive Reasoning Instructing Selective Attention Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Selective Attention Coordinate weapons system designs with contract engineers Complex Problem Solving Fluency of Ideas Speaking Inductive Reasoning Develop long and short range aircrew training plans Operations Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Operation and Control Visual Color Discrimination Implement aircrew course curriculum changes Active Listening Auditory Attention Critical Thinking Memorization Implement aircrew manpower process from accession to fleet integration Complex Problem Solving Written Comprehension Management of Material Resources Written Expression

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-33(O)

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Maintain aircrew flight databases Equipment Selection Dynamic Flexibility Installation Dynamic Strength Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Monitoring Written Comprehension Writing Written Expression Monitor aircraft records for government compliance Judgment and Decision Making Originality Management of Personnel Resources Rate Control resources Prepare flight hour reports Complex Problem Solving Finger Dexterity Critical Thinking Reaction Time Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Active Listening Oral Comprehension Reading Comprehension Written Comprehension Safeguard classified materials Active Listening Information Ordering Coordination Written Comprehension

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Determine attack criteria for weapons release Complex Problem Solving Judgment and Decision Making Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Personnel Resources resources Update flight time log books Complex Problem Solving Troubleshooting Abilities Inductive Reasoning Information Ordering Oral Expression Written Expression

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Deductive Reasoning Visualization

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer aircrew training programs Instructing Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Instructing Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Analyze monthly training and operation reports Complex Problem Solving Inductive Reasoning Management of Material Resources Originality Analyze training and readiness matrix for technical accuracy Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Monitoring Originality Brief crew resource management program Persuasion Speech Clarity Speaking Written Expression Conduct fleet aviation training requirement briefs Equipment Maintenance Information Ordering Operation Monitoring Written Expression Conduct tactical flight training Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Visual Color Discrimination Conduct tactical ground training Instructing Inductive Reasoning Speaking Selective Attention Conduct warfare training exercises Active Listening Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Information Ordering Define aircrew readiness requirements for individuals and crews Instructing Information Ordering Speaking Written Expression

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-34(O)

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Complex Problem Solving Information Ordering Judgment and Decision Making Originality Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Instructing Inductive Reasoning Learning Strategies Information Ordering Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson material Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical exams Learning Strategies Information Ordering Writing Written Expression Develop tactical training materials Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Learning Strategies Inductive Reasoning Writing Written Expression Evaluate aircrew training programs Judgment and Decision Making Originality Operation and Control Spatial Orientation Monitor Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) student production Monitoring Written Comprehension Reading Comprehension Information Ordering

MAINTENANCE SUPPORT
Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate aircraft assignments with maintenance control Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Abilities Originality Visualization

OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate cargo transfers Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate logistics Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate long and short range aircraft availability plans Coordination Management of Material Resources Implement temporary flight orders Complex Problem Solving Management of Personnel Resources resources Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Equipment Selection Operation and Control Organize logistics operations Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Prepare country clearance messages Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Prioritize aircrew assignments Critical Thinking Instructing Prioritize flight missions Critical Thinking Instructing Submit airlift requests Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Abilities Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Rate Control Visualization

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Originality Rate Control Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Reaction Time Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Expression Information Ordering Written Comprehension

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E6

CORE

AW-35(O)

E7

CORE

Submit logistics requests Equipment Selection Operation and Control Arm-Hand Steadiness Stamina

SPECIAL WARFARE/VISUAL/PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Organize Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Coordination Complex Problem Solving Abilities Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS (MTOC)


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate operating areas scheduling with external agencies Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate operations with watch officer Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate tactical exercises Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate tactical missions Coordination Management of Material Resources Develop tactical lessons learned Learning Strategies Writing Develop tactical memorandums Learning Strategies Writing Develop tactical proficiency programs Learning Strategies Writing Manage coordinated operation assets Critical Thinking Operation and Control Manage mission support systems Coordination Critical Thinking Abilities Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Information Ordering Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Inductive Reasoning Written Expression Memorization Visual Color Discrimination Rate Control Visualization

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-36(O)

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (TACTICAL HELICOPTER) (AWR) TABLE OF CONTENTS


SCOPE OF RATING GENERAL INFORMATION TACTICAL SYSTEMS OPERATOR AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS ORDNANCE / STORES SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS SENSOR SYSTEMS SPECIAL WARFARE / VISUAL / PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC) TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS TACTICAL MULTI-SENSOR OPERATOR AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS ORDNANCE / STORES SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS SENSOR SYSTEMS SPECIAL WARFARE / VISUAL / PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC) TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS TACTICAL AIRCREW WATCH OFFICER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS AW-2(R) AW-4(R) AW-5(R) AW-6(R) AW-6(R) AW-7(R) AW-9(R) AW-10(R) AW-10(R) AW-11(R) AW-12(R) AW-13(R) AW-13(R) AW-14(R) AW-15(R) AW-15(R) AW-17(R) AW-17(R) AW-18(R) AW-21(R) AW-21(R) AW-22(R) AW-22(R) AW-23(R) AW-23(R) AW-24(R) AW-26(R) AW-26(R) AW-27(R) AW-28(R) AW-28(R) AW-28(R) AW-29(R) AW-29(R) AW-29(R) AW-29(R) AW-29(R)

NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (TACTICAL HELICOPTER) (AWR) TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT)


SENSOR SYSTEMS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC) TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS TACTICAL/MOBILE TACTICLE OPERATIONS CENTER ANALYST AIRCREW DUTIES SENSOR SYSTEMS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC) AIRCREW READINESS MANAGER AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION AIRCREW DUTIES AIRCREW TRAINING LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS ORDNANCE / STORES TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC) TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS AW-30(R) AW-30(R) AW-31(R) AW-32(R) AW-32(R) AW-32(R) AW-32(R) AW-34(R) AW-34(R) AW-34(R) AW-35(R) AW-35(R) AW-35(R) AW-35(R) AW-36(R)

AW-3(R)

NAVY ENLISTED OCCUPATIONAL STANDARD FOR NAVAL AIRCREWMEN (TACTICAL HELICOPTER) (AWR)

SCOPE OF RATING Naval Aircrewmen (Tactical Helicopter) (AWR) detect, analyze, classify, and track sub-surface contacts; perform sonar and sonobuoy operations, help coordinate tactical communications relay; conduct weapons delivery in support of tactical missions; contribute directly to aircrew operations and Naval Special Warfare (NSW) missions, to include: Search and Rescue (SAR), Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR), Night Vision Device (NVD) operations, navigation, passenger and cargo transport, Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC), crewserved weapons employment; perform observer duties for safety of flight; and contribute directly to aircrew operations, training, and administration. __________________________________________

This Occupational Standard is to be incorporated in Volume I, Part B, of the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards (NAVPERS 18068F) in Chapter 12.

AW-4(R)

GENERAL INFORMATION CAREER PATTERN


AWCM

AWFCS

AWOCS

AWRCS

AWSCS

AWVCS

AWFC

AWOC

AWRC

AWSC

AWVC

AWF1

AWO1

AWR1

AWS1

AWV1

AWF2

AWO2

AWR2

AWS2

AWV2

AWF3

AWO3

AWR3

AWS3

AWV3

AIRMAN APPRENTICESHIP

Normal path of advancement to Chief Warrant Officer and Limited Duty Officer categories can be found in OPNAVINST 1420.1. For rating entry requirements, refer to MILPERSMAN 1306-618.

SAFETY The observance of proper safety precautions in all areas is an integral part of each billet and the responsibility of every Sailor; therefore, it is a universal requirement for all ratings.

AW-5(R)

Job Title

Tactical Systems Operator


Job Family Office and Administrative Support Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWR NOC 4300-9011.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) TACTICAL SYSTEMS OPERATOR Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7876 ASW OP

002549
Short Title (10 Characters)

Job Code

Job Description Tactical Systems Operators are members of integrated tactical crews aboard multi-mission helicopters. They detect, analyze, classify and track subsurface contacts utilizing state of the art technology. Specifically, they perform sonar and sonobuoy operations, help coordinate tactical communications relay, and conduct weapons delivery in support of tactical missions worldwide. They become proficient in other aircrew duties that contribute directly to aircrew operations and Naval Special Warfare (NSW) missions. These duties include Search and Rescue (SAR), Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR), Night Vision Device (NVD) operations, navigation, passenger and cargo transport, Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP), Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC), and crew-served weapons employment. They also perform observer duties for safety of flight. Prerequisites for this job are training/experience with acoustic intelligence and analysis and qualification as an aviation SAR swimmer. Familiarization with security protocols and classified material handling procedures are required. They must be able to obtain a final secret security clearance. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Computer Operators 43-9011.00 Name and Family Code: Office and Administrative Support 43

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Critical Thinking Speech Clarity Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Certify aircraft records Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Wrist-Finger Speed Certify Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) qualifications in training Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Reading Comprehension Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct flight order audit boards Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Finger Dexterity Conduct Search And Rescue (SAR) crew evaluations Instructing Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Coordinate Planning Board For Training (PBFT) meetings Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate tactical exercises Operation and Control Fluency of Ideas Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Coordinate tactical missions Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Coordinate weapons system designs with contract engineers Coordination Manual Dexterity Equipment Selection Memorization Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Written Expression Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson material Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Written Expression Implement temporary flight orders Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Memorization

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-6(R)

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Maintain aircrew flight databases Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Maintain squadron navigational publications Management of Financial Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Maintain tactical publication libraries Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Monitor aircraft records for government compliance Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Fluency of Ideas Prepare flight hour reports Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Inductive Reasoning Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Update individual flight time summaries Critical Thinking Arm-Hand Steadiness Management of Material Resources Finger Dexterity

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Adjust seats for mission configuration Equipment Maintenance Operation Monitoring Assist passengers onto aircraft Instructing Service Orientation Conduct aircraft fueling operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct aviation combat system certification inspections Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Conduct Electro Optical (EO) surveillances Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Conduct helicopter in-flight refueling Coordination Operation and Control Conduct helicopter passenger safety briefs Instructing Speaking Conduct Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP) operations Coordination Equipment Selection Configure aircraft for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) operations Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Configure aircraft for internal cargo operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Configure aircraft for rescues Coordination Management of Material Resources Enable laser and gimbals Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Material Resources Abilities Control Precision Manual Dexterity Dynamic Strength Trunk Strength Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Memorization Control Precision Extent Flexibility Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-7(R)

E4

CORE

Install in-flight equipment Coordination Critical Thinking Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas

E4

CORE

Load cargo onto aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis

E4

CORE

Load classified materials Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Monitor weapons employment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Observe engine start up Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Operate Recovery, Assist, Securing, and Traversing (RAST) equipment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate tactical system consoles Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Organize static exhibits Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft fueling operations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Information Ordering Perform aircraft ground handling operations Coordination Control Precision Active Learning Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft integrity inspections Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft post-flight inspections Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Coordination Perform Battle Damage Assessments (BDA) Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform brake rider duties Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform emergency procedures Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform external aircraft pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform first aid Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform first aid while transporting survivors Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform flight planning before missions Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform general aircraft servicing Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform helicopter pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform in-flight equipment checks Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform in-flight observer duties Coordination Control Precision Instructing Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-8(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

Perform internal and external aircraft pre-flight inspections Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC) Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform mission equipment power on pre-flight inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform observer duties Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform on station mission turnovers Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform rescue hoist operational checks Coordination Operation and Control Perform rescue swimmer equipment inspections Instructing Operation Monitoring Perform Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Instructing Perform vibration analysis during flights Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform visual searches Coordination Operation and Control Perform wing walker duties Coordination Social Perceptiveness Prepare aircraft for static display Critical Thinking Writing Review charts for mission planning Critical Thinking Operations Analysis Track Targets Of Interest (TOI) Critical Thinking Operation and Control Update navigational charts Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Operate Vibration Analysis Test Sets (VATS) Equipment Selection Quality Control Analysis Verify weapons employment Coordination Operation and Control

Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Problem Sensitivity Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer aircrew training programs Critical Thinking Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Analyze monthly reports Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Near Vision Conduct acoustic in-flight training Instructing Fluency of Ideas Mathematics Inductive Reasoning Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Instructing Oral Expression Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-9(R)

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct target recognition training Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Operations Analysis Finger Dexterity Conduct warfare training exercises Complex Problem Solving Control Precision Equipment Selection Extent Flexibility Determine aircrew requirements for aerial gunnery Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Develop long and short range aircrew training plans Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Memorization Develop tactical exams Coordination Inductive Reasoning Writing Information Ordering Facilitate crew resource management programs Critical Thinking Hearing Sensitivity Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Operate Weapons Systems Trainers (WST) Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Perform aircrew training program evaluations Coordination Control Precision Social Perceptiveness Inductive Reasoning Perform in-flight operational training Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Use visual signals to communicate Equipment Selection Quality Control Analysis Conduct underwater communications Coordination Equipment Maintenance Deploy emergency signal devices Coordination Equipment Selection Monitor radio communications Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Perform brevity code communications Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform Intercommunication Systems (ICS) communications Coordination Operation and Control Perform radio communications Coordination Operation and Control Troubleshoot internal communication systems Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making Abilities Memorization Multi-limb Coordination Inductive Reasoning Memorization Manual Dexterity Memorization Control Precision Near Vision Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Manual Dexterity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze Bathythermograph (BT) data Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze bottom contour charts Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

AW-10(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Analyze environmental data for tactical application Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze sound transmission paths Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Classify sound transmission paths Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Determine tactical environmental considerations Critical Thinking Writing Interpret oceanographic data for mission execution Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform on station environmental updates Coordination Operation and Control Perform Operational Reporting (OPREP) procedures Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation

Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Visualization Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Mathematical Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Memorization Dynamic Strength Manual Dexterity Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Finger Dexterity Conduct logistical operations Coordination Finger Dexterity Speaking Memorization Conduct passenger transfers Speaking Deductive Reasoning Writing Finger Dexterity Configure aircraft for external cargo operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Coordinate aircraft assignments with maintenance control Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate cargo transfers Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate logistics Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate long and short range aircraft availability plans Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Determine individual aircrew qualifications for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Identify mission requirements Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Memorization Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Fluency of Ideas Match aircrew to mission detachment and crew requirements Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Fluency of Ideas

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-11(R)

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Organize logistics operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Prepare country clearance messages Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prioritize aircrew assignments Critical Thinking Writing Prioritize flight missions Complex Problem Solving Management of Personnel Resources Submit airlift requests Critical Thinking Operation and Control Submit logistics requests Coordination Management of Material Resources

Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension

ORDNANCE / STORES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Adjust crew-served weapons and small arms for operations Equipment Maintenance Operation and Control Arm search stores Coordination Operation and Control Conduct crew-served weapons aerial gunnery training Instructing Quality Control Analysis Conduct small arms classroom training Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct small arms live fire training Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Deploy mission stores Coordination Equipment Selection Load aircraft ordnance Coordination Equipment Maintenance Load crew-served weapons in aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Load ordnance in aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Manage ordnance inventories Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Organize ordnance operations Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Track ordnance expenditures Coordination Operation Monitoring Troubleshoot in-flight crew-served weapons Equipment Selection Operation and Control Abilities Control Precision Manual Dexterity Control Precision Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Manual Dexterity Memorization Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Auditory Attention Hearing Sensitivity Control Precision Wrist-Finger Speed

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-12(R)

SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Attach rescue devices to rescue hoist Installation Control Precision Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Conduct airborne Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Dynamic Strength Management of Material Resources Gross Body Coordination Conduct Recovery, Assist, Securing, and Traversing (RAST) operations Instructing Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Coordinate Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Deploy rescue devices Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Deploy rescue swimmers Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Determine survivor status Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Speaking Memorization Lift rescue equipment into aircraft to expedite survivor recoveries Coordination Manual Dexterity Equipment Maintenance Multi-limb Coordination Organize Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Organize Search And Rescue (SAR) operations Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) authentication procedures Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Conduct Search And Rescue (SAR) swimmer training Finger Dexterity Coordination Operation and Control Wrist-Finger Speed Recover rescue swimmers and survivors Complex Problem Solving Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

SENSOR SYSTEMS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Analyze active contacts Skills Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contacts Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze mission tactical plots Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze passive acoustic contacts Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Analyze post-flight mission data Critical Thinking Service Orientation Classify active contacts Critical Thinking Equipment Selection Classify Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contacts Critical Thinking Mathematics

AW-13(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Classify non-acoustic contact data Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Classify passive acoustic contact data Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Conduct passive acoustic searches Coordination Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Determine non-target artifacts Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Determine optimum sensor effectiveness Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Identify sonobouy aural cues Critical Thinking Extent Flexibility Equipment Maintenance Near Vision Monitor mission system status Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Operate analysis equipment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate crew-served weapons and small arms Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) tape recording equipment Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Operate Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) system reeling machines Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Perform acoustic mission equipment in-flight operational checks Control Precision Coordination Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform acoustic mission equipment post-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform acoustic mission equipment pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform sonar dome deployment operations Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Set up tactical plots Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Transmit data link information Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Operation and Control Manual Dexterity Troubleshoot tactical mission recorders Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Equipment Maintenance Multi-limb Coordination Troubleshoot tactical systems Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Equipment Maintenance Multi-limb Coordination Utilize mission tactical plot during on station periods Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Operation and Control Near Vision

SPECIAL WARFARE / VISUAL / PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze Night Vision Goggle (NVG) information Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Classify visual contacts Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Mathematical Reasoning

E4

CORE

AW-14(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct Infrared (IR) and Electro Optical (EO) surveillances Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct Night Vision Device (NVD) flight operations Coordination Operation Monitoring Configure aircraft for special warfare operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Deploy Naval Special Warfare (NSW) equipment Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Deploy special warfare troops Coordination Critical Thinking Operate vision enhancement devices in-flight Coordination Management of Material Resources Organize Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform Night Vision Device (NVD) pre-flight inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform photographic riggings Coordination Operation and Control Plan Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Coordination Operation Monitoring Troubleshoot Night Vision Device (NVD) equipment Critical Thinking Equipment Maintenance Utilize vision enhancement equipment Critical Thinking Operation and Control

Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Problem Sensitivity Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Near Vision Visual Color Discrimination

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC)
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze collected intelligence Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Coordinate operating areas schedules with external agencies Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate operations with watch officers Coordination Management of Material Resources Verify water space management Coordination Critical Thinking Abilities Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Category Flexibility Time Sharing

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E6

CORE

TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct individual and crew tactical evaluations Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct Target Motion Analysis (TMA) Coordination Monitoring Construct search patterns Coordination Management of Material Resources Determine active sonobouy search depths Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Abilities Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Originality Visualization Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-15(R)

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Determine attack criteria for weapons release Coordination Critical Thinking Develop tactical proficiency programs Coordination Operation and Control Develop tactical training materials Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Instructing Speaking Identify contacts Closest Point of Approach (CPA) Critical Thinking Learning Strategies Perform range calculations Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Prepare flight schedules Critical Thinking Writing Prepare tactical equipment evaluation programs Critical Thinking Writing Prepare tactical evaluation programs Critical Thinking Writing

Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Memorization Deductive Reasoning Near Vision Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

AW-16(R)

Job Title

Tactical Multi-Sensor Operator


Job Family Office and Administrative Support Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWR NOC 4300-9011.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) TACTICAL MULTI-SENSOR OPERATOR Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7873

002521
Short Title (10 Characters) TMS OP

Job Code

Job Description Tactical Multi-Sensor Operators are members of integrated tactical crew aboard multi-mission helicopters. They coordinate communications during tactical missions at sea, conduct weapons delivery, handle ordnance, perform aircraft maintenance, and inspect and maintain Aviation Life Support System (ALSS) while deployed. They detect, analyze, classify and track surface and subsurface contacts utilizing state of the art technology. They operate a variety of electronic sensor equipment in support of operations and tactical missions. In addition, Tactical MultiSensor Operators perform ground based aircrew duties that contribute directly to aircrew operations, training, and administration to maintain aircrew qualifications and certifications. Tactical Multi-Sensor Operators are certified in first aid, crew-served weapons employment. They conduct passenger and cargo transport, vertical replenishment, Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC), and Search And Rescue missions (SAR). Prerequisites for this job are training and experience with acoustic and eletronic intelligence and qualification as an Aviation SAR Crewman. A familiarization with security protocols and classified material handling procedures is also required. The Tactical Multi-Sensor Operator must be able to obtain a final secret security clearance. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: Computer Operators 43-9011.00 Name and Family Code: Office and Administrative Support 43

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) programs Critical Thinking Speech Clarity Quality Control Analysis Written Comprehension Certify aircraft records Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Systems Evaluation Wrist-Finger Speed Certify Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) qualifications in training Quality Control Analysis Information Ordering Reading Comprehension Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct flight order audit boards Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Finger Dexterity Conduct Search And Rescue (SAR) crew evaluations Instructing Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Coordinate Planning Board For Training (PBFT) meetings Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate tactical exercises Operation and Control Fluency of Ideas Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Coordinate tactical missions Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Information Ordering Coordinate weapons system designs with contract engineers Coordination Manual Dexterity Equipment Selection Memorization Implement temporary flight orders Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Judgment and Decision Making Memorization Maintain aircrew flight databases Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Maintain Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) training jackets Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

AW-17(R)

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Maintain squadron navigational publications Management of Financial Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Maintain tactical publication libraries Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Monitor aircraft records for government compliance Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Fluency of Ideas Prepare flight hour reports Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Inductive Reasoning Review Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) records Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Reading Comprehension Problem Sensitivity Update individual flight time summaries Critical Thinking Arm-Hand Steadiness Management of Material Resources Finger Dexterity

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Adjust seats for mission configurations Equipment Maintenance Operation Monitoring Assist passengers onto aircraft Instructing Service Orientation Conduct aircraft fueling operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct aviation combat systems certification inspections Quality Control Analysis Systems Evaluation Conduct contact reports Coordination Speaking Conduct Electro Optical (EO) surveillances Operation Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Conduct helicopter in-flight refueling Coordination Operation and Control Conduct helicopter passenger safety briefs Instructing Speaking Conduct Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP) operations Coordination Equipment Selection Configure aircraft equipment for rescue missions Coordination Equipment Selection Configure aircraft for Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) operations Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Configure aircraft for internal cargo operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Configure aircraft for rescues Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate pre-flight inspections checks Coordination Management of Material Resources Correlate Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contact information Coordination Equipment Selection Abilities Control Precision Manual Dexterity Dynamic Strength Trunk Strength Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Memorization Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Information Ordering Memorization Information Ordering Memorization Control Precision Extent Flexibility Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Manual Dexterity Memorization

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-18(R)

E4

CORE

Enable lasers and gimbals Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Fluency of Ideas Memorization Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Manual Dexterity Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas

E4

CORE

Evaluate in-flight radar data Critical Thinking Judgment and Decision Making

E4

CORE

Inspect small arms Coordination Management of Material Resources

E4

CORE

Install in-flight equipment Coordination Critical Thinking

E4

CORE

Load cargo onto aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis

E4

CORE

Load classified materials Management of Material Resources Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Fluency of Ideas Monitor weapons employment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Observe engine start up Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Operate Recovery, Assist, Securing, and Traversing (RAST) equipment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate tactical system consoles Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Organize static exhibits Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform airborne radar system pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft fueling operations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Operation and Control Information Ordering Perform aircraft ground handling operations Coordination Control Precision Active Learning Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft integrity inspections Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform aircraft post-flight inspections Complex Problem Solving Deductive Reasoning Coordination Multi-limb Coordination Perform Auxiliary Power Units (APU) pre-flight inspections Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform Battle Damage Assessments (BDA) Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform drug interdiction searches Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform emergency procedures Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform external aircraft pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform first aid Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform first aid while transporting survivors Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

AW-19(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Perform flight planning before missions Coordination Operation and Control Perform general aircraft servicing Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform helicopter pre-flight inspections Coordination Operation and Control Perform in-flight equipment checks Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform in-flight observer duties Coordination Instructing Perform internal and external aircraft pre-flight inspections Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform Medical Evacuations (MEDEVAC) Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform mission equipment power on pre-flight inspections Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform observer duties Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform on station mission turnovers Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform rescue hoist operational checks Coordination Operation and Control Inspect rescue swimmer equipment Instructing Operation Monitoring Perform Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Instructing Inspect survival equipment Coordination Operation and Control Perform terrain avoidance radar navigation Coordination Operation and Control Perform vibration analysis during flights Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform visual searches Coordination Operation and Control Perform weather avoidance radar navigation Coordination Operation and Control Prepare aircraft for static display Critical Thinking Writing Review charts for mission planning Critical Thinking Operations Analysis Track Targets Of Interest (TOI) Critical Thinking Operation and Control Update navigational charts Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Utilize vibration test set for analysis Equipment Selection Quality Control Analysis

Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Arm-Hand Steadiness Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Problem Sensitivity

AW-20(R)

E5

CORE

Verify weapons employment Coordination Operation and Control

Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning

AIRCREW TRAINING
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Administer aircrew training programs Critical Thinking Memorization Learning Strategies Written Comprehension Analyze monthly reports Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Near Vision Conduct acoustic in-flight training Instructing Fluency of Ideas Mathematics Inductive Reasoning Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) evaluations Coordination Deductive Reasoning Instructing Oral Expression Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) flight training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) ground training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct tactical flight training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct tactical ground training Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct warfare training exercises Complex Problem Solving Control Precision Equipment Selection Extent Flexibility Determine aircrew requirements for aerial gunnery Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Develop long and short range aircrew training plans Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Writing Memorization Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) exams Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Written Expression Develop Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) lesson material Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Writing Written Expression Develop tactical exams Coordination Inductive Reasoning Writing Information Ordering Facilitate crew resource management programs Critical Thinking Hearing Sensitivity Judgment and Decision Making Inductive Reasoning Operate Weapons Systems Trainers (WST) Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Perform aircrew training programs effectiveness evaluations Coordination Control Precision Social Perceptiveness Inductive Reasoning Conduct land survival training Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Deploy emergency signal devices Coordination Equipment Selection Abilities Manual Dexterity Memorization

AW-21(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Identify pyrotechnic communications Critical Thinking Management of Personnel Resources Perform radio communications Coordination Operation and Control

Fluency of Ideas Memorization Control Precision Inductive Reasoning

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Determine tactical environmental considerations Critical Thinking Writing Interpret oceanographic data for mission execution Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform on station environmental updates Coordination Operation and Control Perform Operational Reporting (OPREP) procedures Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Abilities Deductive Reasoning Visualization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Dynamic Strength Manual Dexterity Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS


Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Abilities Conduct aircrew qualification and readiness program evaluations Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Quality Control Analysis Finger Dexterity Conduct passenger transfers Speaking Deductive Reasoning Writing Finger Dexterity Configure aircraft for external cargo operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Coordinate aircraft assignments with maintenance control Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate cargo transfers Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate logistics Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Coordinate long and short range aircraft availability plans Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Inductive Reasoning Determine aircrew requirements for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Determine individual aircrew qualifications for flight and Weapons System Trainer (WST) events Coordination Fluency of Ideas Critical Thinking Inductive Reasoning Identify mission requirements Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Personnel Resources Memorization Manage Operational Target (OPTAR) budgets Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Fluency of Ideas Match aircrew to mission detachment and crew requirements Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Management of Personnel Resources Fluency of Ideas Organize logistics operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

AW-22(R)

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

Prepare country clearance messages Coordination Judgment and Decision Making Prioritize aircrew assignments Critical Thinking Writing Prioritize flight missions Complex Problem Solving Management of Personnel Resources Submit airlift requests Critical Thinking Operation and Control Submit logistics requests Coordination Management of Material Resources

Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension

ORDNANCE / STORES
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Adjust crew-served weapons and small arms for operations Equipment Maintenance Operation and Control Arm search stores Coordination Operation and Control Conduct crew-served weapons aerial gunnery training Instructing Quality Control Analysis Conduct small arms classroom training Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct small arms live fire training Monitoring Quality Control Analysis Conduct sonobouy drops Coordination Instructing Deploy mission stores Coordination Equipment Selection Load crew-served weapons in aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Load ordnance in aircraft Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Manage ordnance inventories Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Organize ordnance operations Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Track ordnance expenditures Coordination Operation Monitoring Troubleshoot in-flight crew-served weapons Equipment Selection Operation and Control Abilities Control Precision Manual Dexterity Control Precision Finger Dexterity Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Deductive Reasoning Finger Dexterity Finger Dexterity Memorization Manual Dexterity Memorization Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Auditory Attention Hearing Sensitivity Control Precision Wrist-Finger Speed

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) OPERATIONS/COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE (CSAR) OPERATIONS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Attach rescue devices to rescue hoist Installation Operation and Control Abilities Control Precision Finger Dexterity

AW-23(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Conduct Recovery, Assist, Securing, and Traversing (RAST) operations Instructing Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Conduct Search And Rescue (SAR) swimmer training Coordination Finger Dexterity Operation and Control Wrist-Finger Speed Coordinate Search And Rescue (SAR) missions Coordination Originality Management of Material Resources Visualization Deploy rescue devices Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Deploy rescue swimmers Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Determine survivor status Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Speaking Memorization Lift rescue equipment into aircraft to recover survivors Coordination Manual Dexterity Equipment Maintenance Multi-limb Coordination Organize Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) operations Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning Organize Search And Rescue (SAR) operations Operation Monitoring Fluency of Ideas Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning Perform Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) authentication procedures Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Recover rescue swimmer and survivors Complex Problem Solving Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Inductive Reasoning

SENSOR SYSTEMS
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Analyze active contacts Skills Abilities

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Analyze Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Wrist-Finger Speed Analyze Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Analyze Infrared (IR) and Electro Optics (EO) contact data Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Analyze Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Analyze passive acoustic contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Analyze post-flight mission data Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Service Orientation Information Ordering Analyze radar contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Systems Analysis Inductive Reasoning Calculate Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact course and speed Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Mathematics Mathematical Reasoning Classify active contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Equipment Selection Information Ordering

AW-24(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Classify Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contacts Critical Thinking Deductive Reasoning Mathematics Information Ordering Classify Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) contacts Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Classify Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) contact data Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Classify passive acoustic contact data Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Systems Analysis Mathematical Reasoning Conduct aircraft systems testing Coordination Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Wrist-Finger Speed Conduct Electronic Warfare Support (ES) searches Coordination Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Memorization Conduct Over-The-Horizon Targeting (OTHT) Active Listening Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Conduct passive acoustic searches Coordination Deductive Reasoning Monitoring Finger Dexterity Determine non-target artifacts Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Determine optimum sensor effectiveness Critical Thinking Fluency of Ideas Management of Material Resources Memorization Interpret radar video Coordination Dynamic Strength Management of Material Resources Manual Dexterity Monitor mission system status Critical Thinking Control Precision Near Vision Systems Analysis Operate analysis equipment Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate crew-served weapons and small arms Operation and Control Finger Dexterity Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Operate Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) tape recording equipment Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Operate Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) system reeling machines Critical Thinking Control Precision Systems Analysis Near Vision Perform acoustic mission equipment in-flight operational checks Coordination Control Precision Operation Monitoring Inductive Reasoning Perform acoustic mission equipment post-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform acoustic mission equipment pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) and Selective Identification Feature (SIF) interrogations Coordination Control Precision Instructing Inductive Reasoning Perform Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) pre-flight inspections Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) compensations Coordination Control Precision Operation and Control Inductive Reasoning Perform off line radar operations Fluency of Ideas Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Inductive Reasoning

AW-25(R)

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Perform radar pre-flight inspections Coordination Operation and Control Perform sonar dome deployment operations Coordination Operation Monitoring Track radar contacts Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Troubleshoot tactical mission recorders Critical Thinking Equipment Maintenance Troubleshoot tactical systems Critical Thinking Equipment Maintenance Update contact databases Critical Thinking Equipment Maintenance Utilize mission tactical plot during on station periods Critical Thinking Operation and Control

Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Written Comprehension Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Deductive Reasoning Multi-limb Coordination Inductive Reasoning Near Vision

SPECIAL WARFARE / VISUAL / PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Conduct Infrared (IR) and Electro Optical (EO) surveillances Coordination Management of Material Resources Configure aircraft for special warfare operations Coordination Management of Material Resources Deploy Naval Special Warfare (NSW) equipment Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Deploy special warfare troops Coordination Critical Thinking Organize Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operations Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Perform aerial photography Coordination Operation Monitoring Perform Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) pre-flight inspections Coordination Operation Monitoring Plan Night Vision Device (NVD) operations Coordination Operation Monitoring Abilities Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Originality Visualization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E7

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E6

CORE

TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL (TOC) / MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTER (MTOC)
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Analyze tactical missions Skills Abilities Deductive Reasoning Near Vision Originality Visualization Originality Visualization Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E6

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Coordinate operating areas schedules with external agencies Coordination Management of Material Resources Coordinate operations with watch officers Coordination Management of Material Resources Plot Undersea Warfare (USW) symbology Critical Thinking Operation and Control Plot water space management areas Critical Thinking Operation and Control

AW-26(R)

E4

CORE

Vector aircraft Coordination Operation and Control Control Precision Finger Dexterity

TACTICS / TIME MOTION ANALYSIS


Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Calculate radar formulas Skills Abilities Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Deductive Reasoning Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Memorization Mathematical Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Wrist-Finger Speed Finger Dexterity Memorization Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Deductive Reasoning Near Vision Fluency of Ideas Memorization Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

Critical Thinking Mathematics Calculate visual search altitudes Critical Thinking Mathematics Compute Electronic Warfare Support (ES) contact intercepts Critical Thinking Mathematics Compute radar contact intercepts Critical Thinking Mathematics Conduct individual and crew tactical evaluations Coordination Management of Material Resources Conduct tactical airborne radar operations Coordination Instructing Determine active sonobouy search depths Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Determine Target Of Interest (TOI) datum Critical Thinking Writing Develop tactical proficiency programs Coordination Operation and Control Develop tactical training materials Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Develop tactical Weapons System Trainer (WST) scenarios Instructing Speaking Prepare flight schedules Critical Thinking Writing Prepare tactical equipment evaluation programs Critical Thinking Writing Prepare tactical evaluation programs Critical Thinking Writing

AW-27(R)

Job Title

Tactical Aircrew Watch Officer


Job Family Production Pay Plan Enlisted Career Field AWR NOC 5100-1011.00 Proficiency Level A/J/M Short Title (30 Characters) TACTICAL AIRCREW WATCH OFFICER Other Relationships and Rules: NEC 7836

002554
Short Title (10 Characters) TACAIR OFF

Job Code

Job Description Tactical Aircrew Watch Officers are members of an integrated, tactical and logistics worldwide intelligence network at Tactical Centers aboard aircraft carriers, Tactical Support Centers (TSC) and with Mobile Operations Control Centers (MOCCs). They coordinate all administrative functions for their individual divisions, manage resources, and lead the personnel of the tactical center in preparing aircrews and operational commands for tactical missions. They coordinate logistics for safety of flight, communication (UHF/HF radios, data-link, satellite) and post mission analysis and reconstruction. They also coordinate the dissemination of environmental data (oceanographic, electromagnetic propagation and weather), target analysis, and the replay of mission tapes. Tactical Aircrew watch officers monitor and train personnel in managing and maintaining an intelligence database acquired from operations and tactical flights. They also monitor and authorize the transmission of tasking and mission summary messages delineating tactical missions. They are the point of contact for processing requests for tactical mission qualification packets by individual commands and aircrews. Training and experience with TSC, MOCC, ship and air-wing operations are required. Tactical Aircrew Watch Officers must also have a thorough knowledge of acoustic and/or electronic intelligence and analysis, message formatting and, the tactical employment of sensors. Familiarization with security protocols and classified handling procedures is also required. The Tactical Aircrew watch officer must be able to obtain a final secret security clearance and be eligible for higher clearance as required. DoD Relationship Title and Group: Sonar Operator, General 121 Code and Area: 121000 12 O*NET Relationship Title and SOC Code: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011.00 Name and Family Code: Production 51

AIRCREW ADMINISTRATION
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Coordinate tactical exercises Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Coordinate tactical missions Critical Thinking Management of Personnel Resources Maintain tactical publication libraries Management of Material Resources Quality Control Analysis Manage Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) programs Critical Thinking Quality Control Analysis Prepare administrative briefs Critical Thinking Operation and Control Abilities Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Information Ordering Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Control Precision Information Ordering

E5

CORE

E5

CORE

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

AIRCREW DUTIES
Paygrade E5 Task Type CORE Task Statements Conduct contact reports Skills Abilities Finger Dexterity Memorization Finger Dexterity Memorization Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Time Sharing

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

Coordination Speaking Monitor weapons employment Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Operate tactical system consoles Coordination Management of Material Resources Report contacts Complex Problem Solving Coordination

AW-28(R)

E4

CORE

Review charts for mission planning Critical Thinking Operations Analysis

Fluency of Ideas Manual Dexterity

AIR
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE

CREW TRAINING
Task Statements Skills Conduct warfare training exercises Complex Problem Solving Equipment Selection Abilities Control Precision Extent Flexibility

COMMUNICATIONS
Paygrade E6 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Determine communication considerations Critical Thinking Management of Material Resources Operate communications equipment Operation and Control Operation Monitoring Perform radio communications Coordination Operation and Control Perform radio malfunction procedures Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Test communication systems Coordination Management of Personnel Resources Abilities Fluency of Ideas Memorization Finger Dexterity Inductive Reasoning Control Precision Inductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning Category Flexibility Time Sharing

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E5

CORE

ENVIRONMENTAL
Paygrade E4 Task Type CORE Task Statements Skills Analyze meteorological and oceanographic conditions Critical Thinking Systems Analysis Determine tactical environmental considerations Critical Thinking Writing Interpret oceanographic data for mission execution Coordination Management of Material Resources Perform Operational Reporting (OPREP) procedures Operation Monitoring Systems Evaluation Abilities Deductive Reasoning Visualization Fluency of Ideas Memorization Dynamic Strength Manual Dexterity Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

E4

CORE

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS


Paygrade E7 Task Type CORE Task Statements Coordinate logistics Skills Abilities Originality Visualization Deductive Reasoning Fluency of Ideas Fluency of Ideas Inductive Reasoning

E7

CORE

E5

CORE

Coordination Man