Defensive Aerial Gunner Career Ladder AFSCs 11130, 11150, 11170, and 11190.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This analysis of the defensive aerial gunner is the first such survey of the career field to be completed. Generally, defensive aerial gunners spend a majority of their time in flying or alert related tasks and duties, with the only exception to the rule being gunners in management positions. Primarily, the gunners organize around the model B-52 they fly in and the fire control system they operate. As gunners advance to upper DAFSC groups and more senior TAFMS groups, the amount of time they spend flying decreases slowly as they pick up instructional, supervisory, and managerial duties.
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