Flight Engineer (Helicopter Qualified) Career Ladder, AFS 113X0B.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This occupational survey was conducted as one phase of a broader project to collect current information on career field utilization and training requirements which would help determine the feasibility of a common aircrew technical school training program for enlisted aircrew specialties. Job inventory booklets were administered worldwide to 11330B, 11350B, and 11370B airmen. The sample, which included 74 percent of the total personnel assigned to the specialty, was representative of the career ladder as a whole. One major cluster and three independent job types covering all types of missions, training, and supervisory functions were identified by career ladder analysis. There appear to be no major problems involving the 113X0B career ladder structure. Job interest and perceived utilization of talents and training characteristically were very high. In view of this, no major changes in classification or training have been recommended. Both STS and POI training documents, although generally well supported, require review.
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