Also called: Aviation Electrical Technician, Avionics Electronics Technician, Avionics Installer, Avionics Technician
In the Air Force: ; Airborne Mission Systems Specialist Apprentice, MC-130P; Aircraft Armament Systems Helper, F-15; Bomber/Special Electronic Warfare and Radar Surveillance Integrated Avionics Apprentice, B-2; Bomber/Special Integrated Communication/Navigation/Mission Systems Journeyman, E-3; Flight Engineer Apprentice, E-4; Helicopter/Tiltrotor Aircraft Maintenance Helper, H-60; Mobility Air Forces Integrated Communication/Navigation/Mission Systems Helper, C-17; Refuel/Bomber Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice, KC-46; Special Mission Aviator Journeyman, AC-130W
In the Army: AH-64 Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer; Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer; Armament/Electrical/Avionics Repair Supervisor; Avionic Mechanic; CH-47 Helicopter Repairer; Electronic Missile Systems Maintenance Warrant Officer; MQ-1 Repairer; OH-58D Helicopter Repairer; RQ-7 Repairer; Senior Electronics Maintenance Warrant Officer
In the Coast Guard: Avionics Electrical Technician
In the Marine Corps: Air Traffic Control Communications Technician; Aircraft Avionics Technician, CH-53; Aircraft Communications/Navigation Systems Technician, KC-130; Aircraft Electrical Systems Technician, F/A-18; Aircraft Maintenance (Fixed-Wing); Aviation Precision Measurement Equipment (PME) Calibration/Repair Technician, IMA; Basic Avionics Marine; Fixed-Wing Aircraft Mechanic, F-35; Helicopter Mechanic, CH-53; Tiltrotor Crew Chief, MV-22
In the Navy: A/F 37T-21 Aircraft Engine Components Test Stand; Aircraft Instrument IMA Technician; Aviation Electronics Intermediate Level Technician; C-2 Transport Aircrewman; Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) Family of Testers (FoT) (EW) IMA Technician; E-6 System Organizational Career Maintenance Technician; Electronics Standards Specialist; Individual Augmentation (IA) Support Assignment-Shadow Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Electronics Maintenance Specialist; MQ-4C Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Organizational Maintenance Technician; P-3 Systems Organizational Initial Maintenance Technician
- Test and troubleshoot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters.
- Keep records of maintenance and repair work.
- Adjust, repair, or replace malfunctioning components or assemblies, using hand tools or soldering irons.
Engineering and Technology
Arts and Humanities
People and Technology Systems
Hand and Finger Use
Ideas and Logic
People interested in this work like activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions.
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