Accession Number : ADA294839

Title :   Aerospace Physiology AFSC 4M0X1.

Descriptive Note : Occupational survey rept.,

Corporate Author : AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT SQUADRON RANDOLPH AFB TX

PDF Url : ADA294839

Report Date : MAR 1995

Pagination or Media Count : 110

Abstract : This is an Air Force Occupational Measurement Squadron occupational survey report (OSR) of the Aerospace Physiology (AFSC 4M0X1) career ladder. This survey, completed in 1994, is intended to update the current data base and to identify any changes that may have taken place since the last survey in 1988. The AFMAN 36-2108 Specialty Description for this career field states that 3- and 5-skill level members conduct training and testing with aerospace physiology devices. This includes delivering briefings to trainees before hypobaric and hyperbaric chamber flights and dives, as well as acting as inside and outside observer or other related crew positions. Related duties involve instructing and supervising trainees in fitting, adjusting and caring for oxygen masks and other personal equipment; and briefing students on parasail and proper parachuting techniques, to include landing-fall procedures, swing landing trainer procedures, and parasail procedures. Finally, these personnel maintain and modify aerospace physiology equipment and associated records.

Descriptors :   *JOB TRAINING, DATA BASES, MAINTENANCE, POLICIES, TRAINING, TRAINING DEVICES, ENLISTED PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE TRAINING, AEROSPACE SYSTEMS, FLIGHT, SCHEDULING, SUPERVISORS, PHYSIOLOGY, EJECTION SEATS, NIGHT VISION, RECORDS, STORAGE, TRAINEES, WORKLOAD, PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT, CHAMBERS, LANDING, PARACHUTE JUMPING, HYPOBARIC CHAMBERS, OXYGEN MASKS, PHYSIOLOGISTS.

Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE