Traditional Guardsmen Mobility Pilot – KC-135(R)
– Specialty Summary
– Pilots mobility aircraft and commands crews to accomplish tanker, airlift, training, and other missions.
– Duties and Responsibilities
– Plans and prepares for mission. Reviews mission tasking, intelligence, and weather information. Supervises
mission planning, preparation, filing a flight plan, and crew briefing. Ensures aircraft is pre-flighted,
inspected, loaded, equipped, and manned for mission.
– Pilots aircraft and commands crew. Operates aircraft controls and equipment. Performs, supervises, or
directs navigation, in-flight refueling, and cargo and passenger delivery.
– Conducts or supervises training of crewmembers. Ensures operational readiness of crew by conducting or
supervising mission specific training.
– Develops plans and policies, monitors operations, and advises commanders. Assists commanders and
performs staff functions related to this specialty.
– Specialty Qualifications
– Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of theory of flight, air navigation, meteorology, flying directives,
aircraft operating procedures, and mission tactics.
– Education. For entry into this specialty, undergraduate degree specializing in physical sciences,
mathematics, administration, or management is desirable.
– Training. For entry into this specialty, completion of Air Force Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training
(SUPT). For award of AFSC 11M2X, completion of transition and operational training in the suffix
– Experience. For upgrade to AFSCs 11M2X/3X, unit commander determines proficiency based on
performance, experience, and completion of minimum training requirements.
– Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: For award and retention of this AFSC, current
aeronautical rating and qualification for aviation service as pilot. For award of AFSC 11M3X,
certification of aircraft commander qualification by appropriate operations authority.
How to ApplyContact Lt. Jay Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-770-9045 (via call or text) with any questions regarding rushing the unit, the application process or requirements for application. Applicants entering their last semester of university will be considered (grad December, 2018). Interviews will be held the 5th and 6th of May with a social event planned the evening of the 5th. If you are currently enlisted and travel is an issue due to TDY or deployment requirements, special considerations and accommodations will be made to ensure your application is received and an interview via other means will be accomplished. The following requirements must be met and applications must be submitted NLT close of business on March 31st, 2018.
REQUIREMENTS- Administration and Qualification on the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT). To schedule contact an ANG base near you or the Force Development office at the 128th ARW at (414) 944- 8436. (Minimum score for applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree: Pilot 25, Verb 15, Quant 10) - Furnish this office with a copy of your degree awarding college transcripts. (Copies OK for initial application) - Submit any letters of recommendation you may wish to include. - Submit a cover letter detailing your qualifications and reasons you feel you are a qualified candidate. - Submit a professional resume, not to exceed two pages in length. - Provide a copy of your driver’s license. - Submit a copy of your private pilot’s license, any certifications and a detailed list of flight hours and type of aircraft (if applicable). - PCSM SCORE = AFOQT + Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) results. The BAT TEST is no longer applicable. To schedule a TBAS test go to https://pcsm.aetc.af.mil or call SMSgt Galik, (414) 944-8436. - Must submit completed DD Form 2807-2 with medical documentation to SrA Joseph Patterson at email@example.com or contact him at 414-944-8351. - Complete the AF Form 24 and the AF IMT 2030 (you can google these or contact us)
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONSFor entry into this specialty: The vision requirement is no worse than 20/70 correctable to 20/20. If you have had LASIK/PRK surgery you may be eligible contingent upon approval from HQ AETC and one year has passed since your surgery. The height requirement is between 64 inches and 77 inches tall. *You must not be over the age of 28 ½ on 30 September 2018. If selected as a candidate for undergraduate pilot training, you will be required to establish a permanent residence within 75 miles of General Mitchell Air National Guard Base (Milwaukee, WI.) upon satisfactory completion of pilot training and attaining mission ready status. Pen/ink changes to any source document could result in disapproval. Please submit packages to the Recruiting and Retention Office in PDF format via email. Scan all of the package documents in to one PDF file and name it: Lastname_OfficerDSG02FY18 Recruiting and Retention Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
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