Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors
Also called: Cargo Supervisor, Loadmaster, Ramp Lead, Ramp Supervisor
In the Air Force: Air Transportation; Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice, All Other; Aircraft Armament Systems Helper, A10; Aircraft Armament Systems Superintendent; Aircraft Loadmaster Craftsman, HC-130N/P; Aircraft Loadmaster Journeyman, C-5; In-Flight Refueling Specialist; In-Flight Refueling Specialist Superintendent; Special Mission Aviator Craftsman, AC-130J; Special Mission Aviator Journeyman
In the Army: 0-5A/EO-5B/RC-7 Pilot; AH-64E Pilot; C-12 Pilot; Cannon Crewmember; Combat Engineer; Infantryman; MH-60 Pilot; OH-58D Pilot; UH-1 Pilot (RC); UH-72A Pilot
In the Coast Guard: Aviation Maintenance Technician; Aviation Survival Technician
In the Marine Corps: Airborne and Air Delivery Specialist; Aircraft Maintenance (Fixed-Wing); Aviation Supply Specialist; Expeditionary Firefighting and Rescue (EFR) Specialist; Fixed-Wing Aircraft Crew Chief, KC-130
In the Navy: Air Warfare Systems Engineer; Aircrew Readiness Manager (Mechanical); Aircrew Readiness Manager (Operator); Aircrew Readiness Manager (Tactical Helicopter); Aviation Boatswain's Mate, Aircraft Handling; C-130 Second Loadmaster; Helicopter Warfare Specialist; Loadmaster; Naval Aircrewman Helicopter; Naval Aircrewman Mechanical
- Determine the quantity and orientation of cargo, and compute an aircraft's center of gravity.
- Direct ground crews in the loading, unloading, securing, or staging of aircraft cargo or baggage.
- Train new employees in areas such as safety procedures or equipment operation.
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People interested in this work like activities that include leading, making decisions, and business.
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