Administers combat flight training to military aircrews.
Assesses flight instructors, pilots and other aircrew members assigned, attached, or newly acquired to the unit to determine flying background and proficiency in the Unit Equipped (UE) airplane.
Projects unit training requirements.
Maintains a thorough knowledge of airplane systems and procedures under normal, instrument, and emergency conditions to give timely and accurate instruction to aircrews in the air or on the ground.
Briefs and instructs preflight preparations including: intelligence briefings, mission planning, weather factors, mission objectives, and other agency coordination to ensure safe flight procedures and effective mission accomplishment.Serves as the Air Commander's representative when performing duties as:
Operations Supervisor (SUP), Supervisor of Flying (SOF), or Stand-by Duty Officer (SDO); and is responsible for the safe and efficient mission
accomplishment of the unit through the use of an Operational Risk Management (ORM) program.
Incumbents of these positions are subject to rotation to perform administrative tasks in any of the following Air Operations program support functional areas: Standardization/Evaluation, Weapons and Tactics, Training, Scheduling, Plans, Command and Control, Safety, Inspector General.
Performs other duties as assigned. ... Continue Reading
An applicant must have a competent understanding of the occupation's basic principles and concepts.
Applicants should have a minimum of one year on-the-job experience in the grade (or a comparable military rank) immediately below the next higher level.
Experience that prepares the applicant to perform the Dual Status technician duties and responsibilities.
To qualify, an applicant's educational-degree study program, military professional and technical training schools or academies, and aviation certifications may apply as substitutions for some specialized experience factors. ... Continue Reading
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