Accession Number:

ADA303834

Title:

Command and Control. AFSC 1C3X1

Descriptive Note:

Occupational Survey Rept.

Corporate Author:

AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1995-08-01

Pagination or Media Count:

86.0

Abstract:

This survey was conducted in order to provide current data for routine updating of the career ladder classification guidance and training programs. The last survey pertaining to this career ladder was published in April 1987 AFSC 274X0. As described in the AFMAN 36-2108 Specialty Descriptions for the Command and Control Specialty, 3- and 5-skill level members receive, process, and control data in operational reports to meet command and control management requirements. They receive, assemble, rearrange, and edit data identify and correct errors review and audit reports extract and tabulate data for special studies suspense control data and reports and code data for transmission. Command and Control specialists transmit instructions to coordinate, execute, and control deployment of aircraft, missiles, crews, and support forces flight-follow aircraft and maintain worldwide weather status and geographical displays. They also operate and monitor voice and electrical communications systems and initiate emergency actions for suspected or actual sabotage, nuclear accidents, natural disasters, aircraft evacuations, dispersals, accidents, and all command interest items. In addition, 7-skill level members plan and schedule command and control activities. They analyze processed data and ascertain that desired information has been obtained, and assist in determining workload and manning. They also prepare, assign precedence, and release command and control displays or briefings and analyze, maintain, and perform edit tests of automated command and control data bases. The 9- and CEM skill-level members plan, organize, direct, inspect, and evaluate command and control activities. They analyze data needs and define requirements, develop procedures, interpret data, and recommend improvements. KAR p. 13

Subject Categories:

  • Personnel Management and Labor Relations
  • Command, Control and Communications Systems

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE