Job Responsibilities: Inspects, maintains, modifies, tests, and repairs propellers, turboprop and turboshaft engines, jet engines, small gas turbine engines, and engine ground support equipment. Solves maintenance problems by studying drawings, wiring and schematic diagrams, technical instructions, and analyzing operating characteristics of aircraft engines and propellers. Inspects, certifies, and approves completed maintenance actions.
Requirements: Must be between 17-39 years of age for initial entry, have a valid state driver’s license, be able to obtain a secret security clearance, normal color-vision, minimum Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test scores for the 2A6X1 career field and successfully complete the Military Entrance Processing Station.
Skills: We will train all qualified applicants.
Education: At a minimum a high school diploma or equivalent.
Bonus: $15,000-$20,000 enlistment bonus for qualified applicants before 30 Sep 2019.
The Air National Guard was made an official component of the U.S. Air Force in 1947, following the great aerial battles of World War II. Like the Air Force Reserve, the Air National Guard is made up of Citizen Airmen who train part time, close to home, until called upon for duty. These professionals serve both the federal and state governments — assisting their communities and helping the U.S. Air Force guard America's skies & networks.
Role: Aerospace Propulsion Specialist
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