• 9S100 - Scientific Applications Specialist
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    Duties Include:

    Apply leading edge physical sciences on a variety of systems and platforms. Perform data collection, analysis, observation, acquisition, maintenance, research and development, laboratory functions, and fielding of prototype and operational sensors on (including, but not limited to) specialized geophysical, nuclear radiation, radiochemical, electro-optical, radio frequency, infrared, radar, and rapidly deployable and fixed airborne collection platforms.

    Airmen also process and analyze scientific data to derive, develop, integrate, and report information to customers. (source: e-publishing.af.mil/cfetpri9s100)

    87
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 130 Days of Training
  • 3E7 - Fire Protection
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    Duties Include:

    Protect people, property, and the environment from fire and disasters. Provide fire prevention, firefighting, rescue, hazardous materials and Weapons of Mass Destruction responses. Fights aerospace vehicle fires, evacuate people from buildings, remove injured personnel from the immediate hazard area.

    Control and extinguish structural fires; perform ventilation, salvage and overhaul operations. Support the electrical power production function with resetting aircraft arresting systems when not in conflict with firefighting operations. Fight, control, and extinguish fires in wildland urban interface environments. (source: e-publishing.af.mil/cfetp3e7x1)

    38
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    - 68 Days of Training
  • 14N - Intelligence Officer
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    Duties Include:

    Intelligence officers lead and perform intelligence activities across the full range of military operations supporting the Air Force’s Service Core Function (SCF) of Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR).

    Utilize subject matter expertise in intelligence disciplines and professional tradecraft such as geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) or airborne ISR. In addition, intelligence officers integrate thoroughly within cross functional capabilities, missions and organizations such as space or force protection. Finally, intelligence officers perform ISR enterprise management/staff functions such as strategy or acquisition. (source: cfetp14nx)

    100
    - Bachelors Degree
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 133 Days of Training
  • 1N0X1 - Operations Intelligence
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    Duties Include:

    Discovers, collates, analyzes, evaluates and disseminates intelligence information. Produce all-source intelligence, situation estimates, adversarial nation, terrorist, insurgent threat studies, and other intelligence reports and studies. Advise commanders on force protection and intelligence information for US and Partner Nations.

    Perform support to mission planning and execution. Provides tailored collections planning, threat analysis, and intelligence expertise necessary to develop detailed mission plans for air, space, cyberspace and special operations. (source: AFECD, 31 October 2017 )

    57
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 110 Days of Training
  • 1N1X1 - Geospatial Intelligence
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    Duties Include:

    Exploits and analyzes multi-sensor imagery and geospatial data and products in conjunction with all-source intelligence information. Determines type, function, status, location, significance of military facilities and activities, industrial installations, and surface transportation networks.

    Determines type, function, and location of military equipment including ground, air, naval, missile, and electronic orders of battle. Uses multi-sensor imagery to conduct comparative analysis. Analyzes terrain to determine traffic ability, and identify landing zones and defensive fortifications. Analyzes structures of military and industrial installations to determine construction type and functionality. (source: AFECD, 31 October 2017)

    66
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 86 Days of Training
  • 1N2X1 - Signals Intelligence Analyst
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    Duties Include:

    Performs signals exploitation to support electronic warfare (EW) and Information Operations Technologies operations. Utilizes a wide range of complex analysis hardware and software to process signals, including receivers, demodulators, spectrum analyzers, and other associated computer equipment. Uses advanced computer software programs to manipulate and extract intelligence data from electromagnetic emissions.

    Uses analytical aids and related reference material to help identify signals and detect abnormalities. Generates reports, incorporating analytical finds with intelligence information. Develops, manages, reviews, and evaluates intelligence production processes. Ensures signal exploitation activities are conducted in support of warfighter requirements and satisfies national and tactical tasked objectives. (source: AFECD, 31 October 2017 )

    62
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 57-66 Days of Training
  • 1N3X1 - Cryptologic Language Analyst
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    Duties Include:

    Uses foreign language skills to search for, monitor, identify and process communications involving activities of interest. Identifies, tips, transcribes, translates, gists, and summarizes communications, incorporating and emphasizing essential elements of information to convey the meaning of an activity or a situation.

    Analyzes and reports intelligence information consumed by customers within the Air Force, Intelligence Community, DoD, U.S. government, and foreign partners. Provides indications and warnings of adversarial intentions against U.S. or allied interests. Identifies regional and cultural factors associated with activities of interest. Applies critical thinking and analytic methods to gather, evaluate, and synthesize data from multiple sources using language processing/analysis tools. (source: AFECD, 31 October 2017)

    72
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 48-67 Days of Training
  • 1A8X1 - Airborne Cryptologic Language Analyst
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    Duties Include:

    Operates, evaluates, and manages airborne signals intelligence information systems and operations activities and related ground processing activities. Performs identification, acquisition, recording, translating, analyzing, and reporting of assigned voice communications. Provides signals intelligence threat warning support and interfaces with other units.

    Provides threat warning and actionable intelligence to customers as required. Achieves and maintains situational awareness of impending/ongoing air, ground and maritime combat operations. Employs intelligence information systems to satisfy air, ground, and maritime force intelligence and threat warning requirements. (source: e-publishing.af.mil/cfetp1a8x1)

    72
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 48-67 Days of Training
  • 1A8X2 - Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Recon Operator
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    Duties Include:

    Flies as primary aircrew onboard a wide variety of aircraft to operate, evaluate and manage airborne ISR information and related ground processing systems. Performs identification, acquisition, recording, analysis and reporting of assigned ISR tasks.

    Provides ISR threat warning support and interfaces with other units. Performs and assists with mission planning. (source: e-publishing.af.mil/cfetp1a8x2)

    72
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 48-67 Days of Training
  • 1N4A - Fusion Analyst
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    Duties Include:

    Supports analytical aspects of various Air Force and Joint Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance operations by collating, analyzing, evaluating and disseminating intelligence information. Analyzes, studies, researches, fuses, and correlates intelligence for strategic, operational, and tactical customers.

    Produces all-source intelligence, situation estimates, order-of-battle studies, and other intelligence reports and studies. Advises commanders on force protection and intelligence information for US and allied forces. (source: AFECD, 31 October 2017)

    49
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 126 Days of Training
  • 1N8X1 - Targeting Analyst
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    Duties Include:

    Reviews how a functional target system works as a whole and analyzes the interactions between components. Takes a system-of-systems approach to look at interdependencies and vulnerabilities between systems as well as intra-system dependencies in order to maximize the effectiveness of target development.

    Develops all-source analytical products which identify target systems that have relevance to stated objectives, military importance and priority of attack. Determines functions and elements which enable enemy capabilities and/or actions, which are the focus of the commander’s objectives and thus the source of the desired direct and cascading effects on the system. (source: e-publishing.af.mil/cfetp1n8x1)

    49
    - ASVAB-Gen Score
    100%
    - Background Check
    - 138 Days of Training
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