Avionics Test Station and Components
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Air Force aircraft are equipped with some of the world’s most sophisticated electronic systems. Avionics Test Station and Components specialists are responsible for ensuring that these systems remain perfectly calibrated. These professionals inspect and maintain everything from aircraft radar and weapons control to the testing equipment essential to the maintenance process. So when our aircraft are deployed, every system is in perfect working order.
Performs and manages avionics test station functions and activities. Operates, inspects, maintains, programs, and calibrates computer and manually operated avionics test equipment, support equipment (SE), and aircraft avionics systems components.
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High school diploma or GED with 15 college credits
Knowledge of electrical theory and electronic fundamentals
Completion of a current National Agency Check, Local Agency Checks and Credit
Normal color vision
Completion of 7.5 weeks of Basic Military Training as well as Airmen’s Week
Must be between the ages of 17 and 39
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