Accession Number : ADA300069
Title : Visual Information Videographer, AFSC 3VOX3.
Descriptive Note : Occupational survey rept.
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT SQUADRON RANDOLPH AFB TX
PDF Url : ADA300069
Report Date : AUG 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 62
Abstract : This is a report of an occupational survey of the Visual Information Videographer career ladder conducted by the Occupational Analysis Flight, Air Force Occupational Measurement Squadron. The survey was conducted to obtain current job and task data. Data collected through this OSR will be utilized by training development personnel to review courses and related training documents in light of equipment and utilization changes which have occurred since the last OSR in 1989. As described in the AFMAN 36-2108 Specialty Description for AFSC 3V0X3, dated 31 October 1994, members are responsible for supervising and accomplishing aerial or ground camera assignments; performing production-related functions; acting as technical director or switcher; acting as floor manager; functioning as television production camera operator; acting as prompter operator; performing visual information editorial functions; accomplishing audio recording or sound distribution; performing optical instrumentation; and supervising or performing visual information functions. Initial 3-skill level training for AFSC 3V0X3 personnel is currently provided through a 78-day course (AFIS-BVP) at Ft Meade MD. This course provides training in basic motion media techniques; recording of controlled and uncontrolled actions in field and studio environments; basic audio recording, audio and video production operations; and videotape editing under field and studio conditions. Entry into the career ladder currently requires Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery minimum scores of 58 General, and strength factor of J (60 lbs).
Descriptors : *SURVEYS, *JOB ANALYSIS, GROUND LEVEL, JOBS, PRODUCTION, TRAINING, LIGHT, MOTION, TELEVISION SYSTEMS, FLIGHT, AERIAL CAMERAS, CAMERAS, SUPERVISORS, MEDIA, RECORDING SYSTEMS, PERSONNEL, VISION, OPERATORS(PERSONNEL), VIDEO SIGNALS, UTILIZATION, PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT, EDITING, VIDEO TAPES, OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Recording and Playback Devices
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE