Missile Trainer Career Ladder, AFSCs 34137, 34157, and 34177.
Occupational survey rept. (Final),
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This is a report of an occupational survey of personnel in the Missile Trainer career ladder conducted by the Occupational Survey Branch, USAF Occupational Measurement Center, and completed during November 1978. This specialty was assigned the AFSC 341X7 designation in April 1976 as part of a total reorganization of the Training Deivices career ladder. Prior to that date, the career ladder carried the AFSC of 345X0. A previous occupational survey of the Missile Trainer career ladder as AFS 345X0 was conducted and the results published in February 1974. Responsible primarily for the operation and maintenance of missile crew proceduresmaintenance proficiency trainers, personnel usually enter this career ladder by first attending the C3AQR34137 Missile Procedures Trainer Maintenance course at Chanute AFB, Illinois. This eight-week course is followed by attendance of one of three 4ABF34137 Missile Procedures Trainer Maintenance courses at Vandenberg AFB, California. These courses, ranging from seven and a half to 10 weeks in length, are weapon system specific and students are assigned a course according to their initial assignment. Upon completion of one of these courses, graduates are awarded the 3-skill level.
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