Author Archives: Air Force MOS

43B4 Biomedical Scientist

43B4 MOS
Name: Biomedical Scientist
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Officer

Duties

Plans, administers, and manages multi-disciplinary professional programs and activities in the broad area of biomedical sciences.

Same as junior tasks.

Formulates biomedical sciences programs. Develops, evaluates, and interprets policies in the biomedical sciences, to include such activities as managing and directing professional programs for technical training, research, clinical practice, therapeutics, and operational support. Coordinates biomedical sciences activities. Advises on career development and utilization of Biomedical Sciences Corps officers; coordinates policies for procurement, assignment, classification, selection, and training. Maintains liaison with Biomedical Sciences Corps officers through staff visits, telephone, and written communication, and provides current information on policies and programs that affect their career development. Confers with medical facility commanders and staff members on biomedical information systems requirements and procedures. Advises medical facility commanders on establishing manning, equipping, and operating biomedical units and activities. Participates in meetings of professional societies and symposia and disseminates information obtained to biomedical scientists. Provides technical consultant services in areas of professional competence. Monitors and directs biomedical sciences programs. Inspects biomedical sciences activities. Interprets, evaluates, and translates biomedical scientific data, knowledge, and techniques. Prepares and disseminates professional data on new concepts, procedures, and techniques. Maintains liaison with the Chief, Biomedical Sciences Corps, and the associate chief of each discipline, to coordinate career development programs to achieve maximum effectiveness among all health disciplines within the Biomedical Sciences Corps.

Same as junior tasks.

11G2 Generalist Pilot

11G2 MOS
Name: Generalist Pilot
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Officer

Duties

Develops plans and policies, monitors and evaluates operations, coordinates staff activities, and advises commanders.

Monitors, evaluates, and directs flying operations and training programs. Develops requirements for equipment and training. Prepares and coordinates budgets. Analyzes rated manpower requirements and formulates personnel policies. Prepares, coordinates, and disseminates policy directives and implementing instructions. Develops contingency plans.

3V151 Imagery Production

3V151 MOS
Name: Imagery Production
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs or supervises motion media activities. Uses motion media systems to provide aerial or ground visual information production or documentation support to Air Force educational, training, operational, or corporate communication requirements. Performs related editorial functions.

experience in functions such as motion media, production, television, or technical videography, or editorial and sound activities. 3V073. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3V053. Also, experience performing or supervising functions such as motion media, production, television, or technical videography, editorial, or sound activities.

Supervises or accomplishes aerial or ground camera assignments. Determines equipment requirements, researches subject matter, and establishes shooting outline. Effects necessary coordination and ensures equipment is in proper operating condition. Operates camera, lighting, and related equipment. Determines optimum camera placement and settings. On aerial assignments, coordinates with pilot to ensure proper aircraft positioning and maneuvering to obtain desired results. Acquires data for captions, background material, cover stories, and logs. Performs operator maintenance on equipment. Determines most appropriate recording methods. Maintains continuity, orientation, and screen direction. Uses recording techniques compatible with editing. Reviews plans or scripts to determine resources requirements. Determines camera angles, lighting, and special effects. Ensures color compatibility between subject matter and backgrounds. Determines proper lighting and camera settings to ensure color match of related scenes shot at different locations. Matches interior and exterior scenes. Assists in selecting shooting locations. Ensures proper slating and identification. Performs production related functions. Assists producers, directors, and writers. Coordinates with requesters to define subject matter and treatment, and assists with script preparation. Prepares and arranges studio sets and related scenery or props. Directs rehearsal and recording activity; evaluates production treatment for suitability; and determines selection, timing, and sequencing of material for electronic editing or post production assembly. Operates ancillary television production equipment such as character generators and film chains. Acts as technical director or switcher. Integrates various television inputs. Operates switcher-fader, special effects, chroma-key, and remote controls. Sets up and accomplishes switching and special effects on cue. Ensures availability and technical adequacy of all inputs. Performs operational checks to insure functional readiness of equipment prior to recording. Acts as floor manager. Arranges and controls illumination for proper coverage, intensity, and color balance. Supervises construction, handling, and storing of studio equipment or props. Relays cues and signals, and assists production director. Functions as video camera operator. Ensures video coverage of staged or spontaneous events. Assists video controller with camera setup; prepares and consults shot list; and provides camera coverage during rehearsals and recording sessions. Proofreads and corrects teleprompter scripts prior to production. Instructs talent in effective techniques or prompter use. Acts as prompter operator. Loads, unloads, and operates prompters. Performs visual information editorial functions. Reviews and edits visual information materials. Identifies and reduces material to individual scenes or sequences, and assembles in proper order. Edits, assembles, and synchronizes recorded sound with imagery. Integrates special effects and prepares cue sheets. Accomplishes audio recording or sound distribution. Directs or produces original recordings of music, sound effects, dialogue, or narration. Transfers or duplicates optical or magnetic audio tracks. Selects and cues audio source material while operating recorders, reproducers, and projectors in interlock. Electronically combines and balances multiple sound inputs while operating mixing console to create optimum composite audio programs. Performs optical instrumentation. Supports scientific analysis, test documentation, and aerial photographic requirements with motion media systems. Consults with and assists engineers and scientific advisers on all phases of optical instrumentation. Determines techniques to be used employing normal-, high-, or ultra-speed metric and space positioning photography. Supervises or performs visual information functions. Observes copyright and repro

41AX HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR

41AX MOS
Name: HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Officer

Duties

Manages health services activities, including plans and operations, managed care, human resource management, logistics management, patient administration, budgetary and fiscal management, medical manpower, medical facility management, biometrics, medical recruiting, and aeromedical evacuation. Directs the hospital accreditation program and management improvement studies.

Same as junior tasks.

Formulates, interprets, and implements policy. Plans and organizes activities associated with peacetime and wartime health services administration, such as manpower, medical logistics, medical food service, hospitalization and aeromedical evacuation of patients, medical facilities repair, maintenance, construction, modification, and housekeeping, equipment maintenance and repair, information systems, clinical engineering, inpatient and outpatient records, and morale and welfare services for patients and medical personnel. Coordinates health services programs. Coordinates with comptroller, civil engineering, civilian and federal agencies, and other Air Force functions and activities to execute health services programs. Advises the medical professional staff and other staff health services officers on administrative matters pertaining to health services programs. Maintains liaison with civilian, military, and other federal activities to keep current in areas of interest to health services administration. Monitors and directs health services programs. Interprets and directs the implementation of policies governing health services programs. Directs the management of health services functions such as medical logistics, fiscal management, managed care, human resource management, patient administration, aeromedical evacuation, medical facility construction, modification, and design, and medical research administration. Develops financial plans and budget estimates for Air Force health services programs. Directs the preparation of biometric reports, directives, correspondence, and memoranda pertaining to health services administration. Controls utilization of health services program funds in collaboration with the medical commander and comptroller. Prepares and exercises emergency, disaster, and defense plans, and monitors readiness training. Integrates cost management, quality and access to care issues into health services programs.

Same as junior tasks.

6C091 Contracting

6C091 MOS
Name: Contracting
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Manages, performs, and administers contracting functions for commodities, services, and construction using simplified acquisition procedures, negotiation, and other approved methods. Uses automated contracting systems to prepare, process, and analyze transactions and products. Acts as business advisor, buyer, negotiator, administrator, and contracting officer. Supports all functions of contingency operations.

Advises government and contractor personnel on contracting related issues. Obtains data on marketing trends, supply sources, and trade information. Prepares memoranda, determinations and findings, justifications, and approvals. Documents contracting files. Prepares documents, processes transactions, and maintains files applicable to automated contracting systems and other electronic methods. Analyzes statistical data pertinent to contracting functions. Ensures contractors comply with bonding, insurance, and tax requirements as applicable. Supports studies pursuant to competitive sourcing. Performs market research. Reviews requirements to include descriptions, government furnished property, availability of funds, justifications for sole source, brand name purchasing, and delivery requirements. Reviews proposed documents to ensure contractual correctness and compliance with regulations, directives, laws, statutes, and contracting policies. Reviews government estimates. Determines appropriate contracting methods and contract types. Maximizes use of commercial items and practices. Interprets and explains government procedures and regulations. Determines applicability of contract clauses and special provisions. Prepares solicitations, solicits proposals for commodities, services, and construction requirements. Ensures solicitations are publicly advertised as appropriate. Reviews and evaluates cost and pricing data/information. Analyzes and reviews award actions. Obtains and evaluates past performance information. Determines contractor responsibility. Evaluates responsiveness of bids and offers. Prepares and conducts negotiations. Prepares bid abstracts. Amends and cancels solicitations. Rejects bids. Reviews and evaluates bids or offers. Recommends contract award. Mediates protests. Conducts site visits to determine adequacy of contractor compliance and customer satisfaction. Interviews contractor employees to determine labor law compliance. Trains and monitors quality assurance personnel. Assesses contractor compliance and determines appropriate actions. Resolves claims, disputes, and appeals. Terminates contracts and administers termination settlements. Provides contingency contracting support at stateside or deployed locations in support of joint U. S. and allied forces. Develops and manages contingency contracting program plans. Evaluates methods and procedures used in purchasing commodities, services, and construction. Ensures contractors’ adherence to delivery schedules and prices. Prepares and presents evaluation in the form of correspondence and briefings. Participates in the unit self-inspection program.

Experience in functions such as assisting and performing duties involved in simplified acquisition procedures, negotiations, and other approved methods. Also, experience in contracting for commodities, services, construction, and contract administration. Ability to perform Contingency Contracting Officer (CCO) duties.

3V051 Graphic Arts Apprentice

3V051 MOS
Name: Graphic Arts Apprentice
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs or supervises motion media activities. Uses motion media systems to provide aerial or ground visual information production or documentation support to Air Force educational, training, operational, or corporate communication requirements. Performs related editorial functions.

See Junior and Mid

Supervises or accomplishes aerial or ground camera assignments. Determines equipment requirements, researches subject matter, and establishes shooting outline. Effects necessary coordination and ensures equipment is in proper operating condition. Operates camera, lighting, and related equipment. Determines optimum camera placement and settings. On aerial assignments, coordinates with pilot to ensure proper aircraft positioning and maneuvering to obtain desired results. Acquires data for captions, background material, cover stories, and logs. Performs operator maintenance on equipment. Determines most appropriate recording methods. Maintains continuity, orientation, and screen direction. Uses recording techniques compatible with editing. Reviews plans or scripts to determine resources requirements. Determines camera angles, lighting, and special effects. Ensures color compatibility between subject matter and backgrounds. Determines proper lighting and camera settings to ensure color match of related scenes shot at different locations. Matches interior and exterior scenes. Assists in selecting shooting locations. Ensures proper slating and identification. Performs production related functions. Assists producers, directors, and writers. Coordinates with requesters to define subject matter and treatment, and assists with script preparation. Prepares and arranges studio sets and related scenery or props. Directs rehearsal and recording activity; evaluates production treatment for suitability; and determines selection, timing, and sequencing of material for electronic editing or post production assembly. Operates ancillary television production equipment such as character generators and film chains. Acts as technical director or switcher. Integrates various television inputs. Operates switcher-fader, special effects, chroma-key, and remote controls. Sets up and accomplishes switching and special effects on cue. Ensures availability and technical adequacy of all inputs. Performs operational checks to insure functional readiness of equipment prior to recording. Acts as floor manager. Arranges and controls illumination for proper coverage, intensity, and color balance. Supervises construction, handling, and storing of studio equipment or props. Relays cues and signals, and assists production director. Functions as video camera operator. Ensures video coverage of staged or spontaneous events. Assists video controller with camera setup; prepares and consults shot list; and provides camera coverage during rehearsals and recording sessions. Proofreads and corrects teleprompter scripts prior to production. Instructs talent in effective techniques or prompter use. Acts as prompter operator. Loads, unloads, and operates prompters. Performs visual information editorial functions. Reviews and edits visual information materials. Identifies and reduces material to individual scenes or sequences, and assembles in proper order. Edits, assembles, and synchronizes recorded sound with imagery. Integrates special effects and prepares cue sheets. Accomplishes audio recording or sound distribution. Directs or produces original recordings of music, sound effects, dialogue, or narration. Transfers or duplicates optical or magnetic audio tracks. Selects and cues audio source material while operating recorders, reproducers, and projectors in interlock. Electronically combines and balances multiple sound inputs while operating mixing console to create optimum composite audio programs. Performs optical instrumentation. Supports scientific analysis, test documentation, and aerial photographic requirements with motion media systems. Consults with and assists engineers and scientific advisers on all phases of optical instrumentation. Determines techniques to be used employing normal-, high-, or ultra-speed metric and space positioning photography. Supervises or performs visual information functions. Observes copyright and repro

experience in functions such as motion media, production, television, or technical videography, or editorial and sound activities. 3V073. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3V053. Also, experience performing or supervising functions such as motion media, production, television, or technical videography, editorial, or sound activities.

46M1 Nurse Anesthetist

46M1 MOS
Name: Nurse Anesthetist
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Officer

Duties

Administers anesthetic agents to patients, performs other specialized nursing duties, and manages anesthesia department under the direction of a medical officer.

Monitors and supervises management of patient perioperative experience. Performs preoperative evaluations and preparations. Administers anesthetics; monitors patient reactions to anesthesia and surgery. Advises anesthesiologist and appropriate physician of adverse reactions necessitating nondelegated medical decisions; takes appropriate actions as directed or required. Manages fluid therapy. Provides or supervises postoperative recovery care, performs postoperative follow-up and patient evaluation, and maintains records. Provides services or supervision of services in support of patients with respiratory care requirements. Functions as a team member in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Serves as a resource person and assists with the training of personnel in venapuncture and intravenous therapy, respiratory care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and anesthesia. Manages the anesthesia department. Maintains supply of anesthesia drugs and equipment. Ensures cleanliness and maintenance of anesthesia equipment.

13B3 Air Battle Manager

13B3 MOS
Name: Air Battle Manager
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Officer

Duties

Performs duties of air weapons officer (AWO), air surveillance officer (ASO), sensor management officer (SMO), electronic combat officer (ECO), senior director (SD), mission crew commander (MCC) to accomplish combat, combat support, training, and other missions. B……………….AWACS C……………….Air Defense D……………….Mobile Air Control K……………….JSTARS U……………….Air Liaison Officer (ALO)

Plans and prepares for mission. Reviews mission tasking, intelligence, and weather information. Supervises mission planning, preparation of flight plan, and crew briefing. Ensures aircraft and battle management command and control (BMC2) systems are preflighted, inspected, loaded, equipped and manned for mission. Controls assigned joint weapons systems (kinetic/non-kinetic, air/space/ground/cyber), forces, functions, and effects. Commands crew, operates available sensors/BMC2 systems. Performs, supervises, coordinates, or directs joint fires, force accountability, dynamic package development, real-time dynamic targeting, tactical data link management/execution and airspace control. Conducts theater air, ground, and surface surveillance and detects and validates emerging targets, accomplishes, combat identification, applies rules of engagement, provides threat warning to joint forces and integrates joint/coalition C2 and ISR capabilities. Conducts or supervises training of crewmembers. Ensures operational readiness of crew by conducting or supervising mission specific training. Develops plans and policies, monitors operations, and advises commanders. Assists commanders and performs staff functions related to this specialty.

7S031 Special Investigations (OSI)

7S031 MOS
Name: Special Investigations (OSI)
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Conducts criminal, economic crime, counterintelligence, force protection, personnel suitability, computer crime, technical services investigations and special inquiries. Manages special investigations activities.

Experience performing and supervising functions such as investigations or inquiries.

Experience managing special investigations, activities, criminal, economic, and environmental crime investigations, counterintelligence, force protection, PDD, computer crime, and technical services.

Plans, conducts, documents, and manages proactive and reactive investigative activities. Interviews victims and witnesses and interrogates persons suspected of committing major violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and other laws. Administers oaths to and obtains signed statements from persons interviewed and interrogated. Conducts crime scene searches. Identifies, seizes, preserves, and safeguards evidence, and requests laboratory analyses thereof. Plans and participates in surveillance operations. Conducts lineups and fingerprints suspects. Conducts economic, violation of public trust, and environmental crime investigations. Conducts liaison with counterpart investigative and security agencies. Identifies, tests, and recruits human sources of information. Conducts intrusion and other computer crime investigations. Documents investigative activity in management information systems and provides detailed reports to command and legal authorities for their action. Provides testimony in legal proceedings and regularly briefs command officials on the status of investigative services. Coordinates investigative matters of mutual interest with other local, state, federal, and foreign law enforcement and security agencies Plans, conducts, documents, and manages counterintelligence and force protection investigative activities. Investigates allegations of espionage, sabotage, terrorism, subversion, and major security violations. Establishes contact with host nation counterpart agencies and friendly forces to determine multi-discipline threats to USAF or DoD personnel, resources and operations. Develops human source networks to obtain critical and timely threat information. Collects, analyzes, documents and expeditiously reports threat information to the appropriate command authorities. Conducts personnel suitability investigations, protective service operations, provides technical surveillance countermeasures support, and conducts special inquiry investigations. Conducts offensive counterespionage operations targeting foreign intelligence services. Conducts defensive and awareness briefings on threat posed by foreign intelligence services, terrorist, subversive groups and other threats. Plans, conducts, documents and manages personnel security investigations to determine whether unfavorable information exists on persons regarding their character, loyalty, discretion, integrity, and financial responsibility. Plans, conducts, documents, and manages technical services support to all AFOSI investigative mission areas. Performs preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment to ensure operational readiness. Plans, conducts, documents, and manages Psychophyisiological Detection of Deception (PDD) examinations and maintains equipment. Plans, conducts, documents, and manages computer crime investigative matters.

1N394 Far East Cryptologic Linguist Apprentice

1N394 MOS
Name: Far East Cryptologic Linguist Apprentice
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Enlisted

Duties

Performs and supervises acquisition, recording, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and reporting of assigned voice communications.

Experience in directing cryptologic activities.

Operates and manages operation of communications equipment. Operates radio receivers, recording equipment, keyboards, computer consoles, and related equipment. Tunes receivers to prescribed frequencies and performs frequency search missions, over specified portions of radio spectrums to locate and monitor stations and frequency use. Monitors and records communications adding appropriate comments to assist in transcription and analysis. Performs preventive maintenance on mission equipment. Processes communications. Uses applicable working aids and references, transcribes, performs preliminary analysis on, and summarizes communications in accordance with established formats and priorities. Translates spoken or written material. Recognizes essential elements of information, analyzes communications, and reports items of interest. Maintains technical aids, logs, and records. Compiles and maintains operation records and statistics. Completes, annotates, and distributes logs, forms, and correspondence. Develops and maintains handbooks, working aids, and analytical references to ensure applicability and currency. Reviews, updates, and compiles data for operational use and trend reporting.

Experience performing cryptologic activities and experience performing or supervising cryptologic activities.