Transportation Utilization Field (Officers and Officer-Equivalent Civilians) AFS 60XX and Associated Civilian Transportation Occupational Series.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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The primary purpose of an occupational survey report is to describe the structure of a career field by examining the tasks and jobs performed within an occupational area. The transportation utilization areas is diverse in terms of jobs and the associated tasks performed. The utilization field spans a range from vehicle operations and maintenance, traffic management and passenger services through mobility, plans, airlift management, terminal services, and ATOC. The various jobs have unique tasks and duties that differentiate them. Training managers should be aware of the diversity in the transportation field when structuring training for new transporters. There appear to be only minor differences in the way officer level military and civilian transporters are utilized. The utilization of military officers in the transportation field closely parallels the AFR 36-1 specialty description. Utilization of civilian transporters was not as well defined as for military transporters. MAJCOM distribution of incumbents varied among several related job groups. Supervision and management tasks are commonly performed by very junior Transportation officers.
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