Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00019 Airborne Electronic Sensor Op

A-MD-154-000/FP-000 - Appendix 1, Annex D

MOSID 00019 - Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator (AES OP)

General Duties:

AES OP shall perform duties related to operating airborne sensor and ordnance systems on land based fixed and shipborne rotary wing aircraft including: operation of radar, electronic support measures, magnetic anomaly detection, and forward looking infra-red systems; loading/unloading/preparing search stores and ordnance; arming and disarming weapons; performing visual observer duties; fuelling aircraft on-ground and in-flight; determining sensor parameter needs; analysis and interpretation of data; provision of analysis results; and tactical advice.

MOSID Related Duties

Circle the X for each task that Mbr is UNABLE or UNFIT to perform.

1. Execute dipping sonar fault/emergency procedures (needs split-second judgement & reaction). X X X X X X
2. Manipulate heavy objects in cramped quarters while airborne. X X X X X X
3. Handle fine magnetic tape and sensitive components in cramped quarters. X X X X X X
4. Execute emergency procedures by jumping by parachute if airborne, or from wing to ground. X X X X X X
5. While air borne, fight fires or don anti-exposure suits, life vests and parachutes. X X X X X X
6. Lift from ground to overhead weights of up to 35 Kg and handle the same weights while airborne, standing without a restraining harness. X X X X X X
7. Handle heavy ship borne fire hoses while wearing CHEMOX masks. X X X X X X
8. Operate hoist in the open door of a helicopter (standing, kneeling or prone) & connect heavy fuelling nozzle for in-flight re-fuelling. X X X X X X
9. Rescue personnel by descending on hoist, swimming to and attaching harness to victim and being hoisted together. X X X X X X
10. Remain highly alert 12 hrs per day. X X X X X X
11. Concentrate under stress for long periods in adverse conditions. X X X X X X
12. Endure exposure to fuel & hot exhaust fumes. X X X X X X
13. Endure high noise, turbulence, heat and moderate "G" Forces. X X X X X X
14. Endure periods of total immersion in cold water under intense mental stress and moderate to heavy physical stress (rescue/escape action). X X X X X X

Ch 1995

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