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Discussion in 'The US Air Force Forum' started by Firebob2917, May 3, 2012.
30373 - electronic radar repairman/operator (1966-1970). Then I got my commission and became a pilot - flew T-38s and B-52 G & Hs (1973 - 1993).
Started as a 462 weapons loader then they chaged it to 2W171. Worked on F-106, F-101, F-4, F-15, F-16 and the B-1 bomber. Retrained into finance, 6F071, until I retired. 19 years weapons, 6 years finance.
Was a 3C0X1 in my AD days. Now a 3D0X3 with the Guard.
One variation or another of 1835 - Missile Operations Officer. Titan and Minuteman, then on to various staff jobs, training, eval, etc.
325X0, Automatic Flight Controls from 1973-1979. Did my entire time at Little Rock, but went TDY all over the world.
Security Police AFSC 81150
Texas, Guam, Thailand, Michigan
In what year did it become Security Forces?
Security Police, Military Working Dog Handler, Narcotic Detector Dog Handler, NCOIC Training Military Work Dog Section
81150A, 81152A SEI 310
57150 Firefighter 1982-1986
Oct 31 1997, as a result of the Khobar Towers bombing.
Promotion test coming soon, so I didn't even have to look it up.
77150 Air Police a very long time ago. Also known as ramp rats.
Weapons 2W1X1. On the A-10 currently.
2A671B( C-130 Eng Troop) 1998-2008
1C371(Command Post) 2008-2012...worst job ever
2A775(L.O. for the F-22) 2012-present
462/2W1 - 96-00 all at Spangdahlem.
Aircraft Maintenance Technician one and two engine aircraft.
30150 32850 64570 71-91
Originally 811X0 and then retrianed into operations. Finished up 27191. I miss it!
Mine was 431x1E. Aircraft Mechanic (over 4 engines)
43151 Crew Chief (Aircraft Maintence Specialist 1&2 engine) T-39