Antenna/Cable Systems Project/Maintenance Action Career Ladder, AFSC 361X0
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This is a report of an occupational survey of the AntennaCable Systems ProjectMaintenance Action career ladder completed by the Occupational Analysis Division, USAF Occupational Measurement Center. This survey was requested by the 3700th Technical Training Wing, Sheppard Technical Training Center, to obtain current task and equipment data for use in evaluating current training programs. The last survey results pertaining to this career ladder were published in May 1986. As described in AFR 39-1 Specialty Descriptions, dated February 1988, personnel in this career ladder are responsible for installing, removing, and maintaining various antenna systems, as well as installing, testing, and maintaining aerial, underground, and buried cable supporting systems for command, control, communications, and computers. Primary entry into the career ladder is from Basic Military Training School BMTS through a Category A 9-week and 4-day formal training course conducted at Sheppard AFB, Texas. Current ABR training includes electrical fundamentals pole climbing installation and maintenance of antenna systems and installation and maintenance of aerial, underground, and buried cable systems. Entry into the career ladder currently requires an Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery ASVAB Mechanical score of 51.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations