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Discussion in 'The US Air Force Forum' started by Firebob2917, May 3, 2012.
812 with a 7 level, I believe.
Started as a 2E1X3 and finished as a J1C471.
You at the guard base here in Cheyenne?
3P071 LE specialist
SEI 312 CATM
Have all the AFSC #'s changed since 72?
Worked on this stuff.
46350 (Nuclear Weapons Specialist)from 72-76 at FE Warren AFB and Vandenberg AFB.
46170 (AMMO) from 1986 to 1992 at Lambert Field, 131st TFW, Missouri Air Natioanl Guard.
3S271, Unit Training and Education Manager, 1992-2011,
164th Airlift Wing, Memphis, Tennessee Air National Guard.
OMG those are old, but I remember seeing something like them when I started (1980). The AFSCs changed I think around the early 90s, some just changed their numbers and some merged too as I remember. I was a ground radio guy 304x4 and then the same but with a different number, 2E1X3. Since I retired in 01 there has been mergers as I hear from some still in. Hopefully for the best, and not for someones OER or some BS like that at HQ.
We had quite a few tube type oscilloscopes along with other tube type equipment in 69-72.
I was also a 30454 until it changed to 2E173. Started in 1981 and retired in 2002. HF Longhaul radios in the Azores, ATC radio in Georgia, HF radios again in Turkey, Missile Radio in Montana, Deployed radio maint in Turkey, 32 Combat Comm in Oklahoma, ATC Radio in Korea.
H54150F Titan II Combat Crew Ballistic Missile Facilities Technician.
One more after some cross training. Navigation related, but I cannot recall the number right now.
Mine started out 2A5x3A Heavy Integrated Communication / Navigation Systems and is now 2A2X1(I think as it JUST changed) Air Force Special Operation Heavy Integrated Avionics. It went from one mouthful to another just to say avionics lol.
10 Sep 01 - current
First- 91B10 Medical Specialist (Army & ARNG) 1990's
Secondly- 4N031 Medical Services (GA ANG) late 90's
73290 which became 3S090
I retired as a 3D092 - Cyber Operations Superintendent
Old 464X0 New 3E8X1
328X0.....AC130U Avionics Tech
I have definitely spent some time on the u boats.
8 years on them.....retired in 2006.....I miss them......lol