DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Headquarters US Air Force Washington, DC 20330-1030

CFETP 3D1X3 Parts I and II 01 October 2010

AFSC 3D1X3
RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) TRANSMISSIONS SYSTEMS

CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN
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RF TRANSMISSION AFSC 3D1X3 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN
TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I Preface .......................................................................................................................................................... 1 Abbreviations/Terms Explained .................................................................................................................... 2 Section A - General Information .................................................................................................................... 9 Purpose of the CFETP Use of the CFETP Coordination and Approval of the CFETP Section B - Career Field Progression and Information ............................................................................... 11 Specialty Description RF Transmission Apprentice/Journeyman/Craftsman (3D133/3D153/3D173) Cyber Systems Superintendent /Chief Enlisted Manager (CEM) (3D190/3D100) Skill/Career Progression Apprentice (3-Level) Training Journeyman (5-Level) Training Craftsman (7-Level) Training Superintendent (9-Level) Training Chief Enlisted Manager (CEM) Training MAJCOM Functional Manager (MFM) Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM) Training Decisions Community College of the Air Force Academic Programs Career Field Path Education and Training Path Table Section C - Skill Level Training Requirements............................................................................................ 20 Purpose Specialty Qualification Requirements Apprentice (3-Level) Training Journeyman (5-Level) Training Craftsman (7-Level) Training Superintendent (9-Level) Training Section D - Resource Constraints ............................................................................................................... 25 Purpose Apprentice (3-Level) Training Journeyman (5-Level) Training Craftsman (7-Level) Training Section E - Transition Training Guide ......................................................................................................... 24 ______________________ OPR: 338th TRS/TRR Certified by: SAF/A60D Supersedes: CFETP3D1X3, 1 August 2009 Pages: 72

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Part II Section A - Specialty Training Standard ..................................................................................................... 25 Section B - Course Objective List ............................................................................................................... 75 Section C - Support Materials ..................................................................................................................... 75 Air Force Job Qualification Standards and Air Force Qualification Training Packages Section D - Training Course Index .............................................................................................................. 75 Purpose Air Force In-Residence Courses Air University Courses Exportable Courses Section E - MAJCOM Unique Requirements .............................................................................................. 76

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1 . manage. equipment. making it essential for the work force to be effectively and efficiently trained to perform duties within each skill level of an Air Force Specialty (AFS). Part I provides information necessary for overall management of the specialty. Use of the guidance provided in this CFETP provides the foundation for effective and efficient training for individuals in this career field at the appropriate points in their careers. TRs to support training.RF TRANSMISSION AFSC 3D1X3 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN PART I Preface 1. 2. expanding diversity of mission. duties and responsibilities. It provides personnel a clear career path to success and makes career field training identifiable. experience. Management uses both parts in conjunction with the Training Business Area (TBA) to plan. Computer. At unit level. and career field path.1. Section D identifies a training course index supervisors can use to determine resources available to support training. and minimum core task requirements for the 3D1X3 specialty. Section C associates each level with specialty qualifications (knowledge. Section B identifies career field progression information. This plan enables the Air Force to train today's work force for tomorrow's jobs. These factors will continue to exist in the future. Some examples are funds. measurable. Included here are both mandatory and optional courses. and attention to ensure people have the right skills and tools to deliver the C4I capabilities and the support required by the war fighter in meeting the Air Force mission of today and the vision of the future. and Section D indicates resource constraints. preparation. support resources. wartime course and core tasks and correspondence course requirements. and other). Declining resources. This RF Transmission Systems Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) is a comprehensive core training document that identifies life-cycle training/education requirements. education. and ever-changing technologies in the Air Force are impacting the availability of our most valuable resource--people. Section B: contains the Course Objectives List (COL) and training standards supervisors will use to determine if airmen satisfied training requirements. which may be developed to support proficiency training. the Air Force must place a greater emphasis on career field training. plan. and conduct training commensurate with the overall goals of this plan. 2. 2. supervisors and trainers will use Part II to identify. tasks. The CFETP documents the career field training program and consists of two parts. AETC conducted training. Section E identifies transition training guide requirements for SSgt through MSgt. and minimum core task requirements for this specialty. training. Communications. facilities. Section E identifies MAJCOM unique training requirements supervisors can use to determine additional training required for the associated qualification needs.2. NOTE: Civilians occupying associated positions will use Part II to support duty position qualification training. training strategies. Part II includes the following: Section A: identifies the Specialty Training Standard (STS) and includes duties. The changing Command. An example is a Qualification Training Package. To meet the challenges of tomorrow. manpower. This CFETP is a comprehensive education and training document that identifies life cycle education and training requirements. training support resources. Section A explains how everyone will use the plan. The plan is a "training road map" for the career field. 3. Control. and budget defensible. and Intelligence (C4I) and Air and Space Expeditionary Forces (AEF) environments require vision. Section C: identifies available support materials. and control training within the career field.

e-publishing. The AEF is the Air Force’s methodology for organizing. and continuing education. The ABC program has established a partnership with various civilian higher-education institutions to offer fouryear degree opportunities via distance learning.pdf Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU ABC).mil/ Certification. Training is for selected airmen at the advanced level of an AFS. It may be printed.Abbreviations/Terms Explained This section provides a common understanding of the terms that apply to the RF Transmission Systems Career Field and Education Training Plan. Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF). The official directory for all military enlisted classification descriptions. The CFETP aims to give personnel a clear path and instill a sense of industry in career field training. Air Force technical training publication. Supervisors use the AFJQS to document task qualification. with the same title and code. The occupational structure is flexible to permit enlisted personnel to specialize and develop their skills and abilities while allowing the Air Force to meet changing mission requirements. A formal indication of an individual’s ability to perform a task to required standards. Air and Space Expeditionary Task Force (AETF). Air Force Job Qualification Standard (AFJQS). training and education of Air Force personnel. Allows Airmen to turn a Community College of the Air Force Associates Degree into a Bachelors Degree from an accredited university. An instructional course designed for use at the unit to qualify or aid qualification in a duty position. The result of a reorganization of the Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL). codes. Source: http://www. A group of positions. A formal course of training that leads to a technical or supervisory level of an AFS. Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory (AFECD). Advanced Training (AT). that requires common qualifications.mil/doctrine/new_pubs/jp1_02. equipping. and identifiers. The tasks on AFJQSs are common to all persons serving in the described duty position. training support resources and minimum core task requirements for a specialty.af. When established. Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM). and sustaining rapidly responsive air and space forces to meet defense strategy requirements.dtic. Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP). Air Force Qualification Training Package (AFQTP). CFETPs are officially posted at http://www. professional military. Through the AEF. or on a piece of equipment. AETFs will form up under the designated Air Force component headquarters. Air Force Tactics. Establishes the occupational structure of the Air Force enlisted force. A comprehensive task list that describes a particular job type or duty position. A CFETP is a comprehensive core training document that identifies: life-cycle education and training requirements. computer-based. Representative appointed by the respective HQ USAF Deputy Chief of Staff or Under Secretariat to ensure that assigned Air Force specialties are trained and utilized to support Air Force mission requirements. program. Air University/A4L. Responsible for the recruiting. Individual enlisted personnel have a joint responsibility with commanders and supervisors at all levels to fully develop their abilities consistent with Air Force needs and within the established patterns of specialization. 2 . Techniques and Procedures (AFTTP). The AETF is the Air Force’s primary warfighting organization and the means by which we present forces to a Joint Forces Commander (JFC). provides access to the Extension Course Institute. Air Force Specialty (AFS). AETC also provides pre-commissioning. training. consisting of enabler and tempo banded capabilities the Air Force supports defense strategy requirements using a combination of both permanently assigned and rotational (allocated) forces. Air Education Training Command (AETC). The participating schools will accept all of the credits earned by Airmen who have attained a CCAF degree and apply them to a Bachelors degree related to their Air Force specialty. or other audiovisual media.

It is an especially effective training tool that allows the students to practice applications while they learn. to be precise. recommending or initiating actions to improve functional operation efficiency. implement. Content Management (CM). coordination. A core task may be specified for a particular skill level or in general across the AFSC. http://www. The specialized field concerned with the use of electronic devices and systems for the acquisition or acceptance. procedures. developing plans regarding facilities. organizational structures. and facilitation. and communications designed to support a commander’s exercise of command and control through all phases of the operational continuum. through extensive experience and training. have demonstrated managerial ability to plan. Nuclear. Biological. information sharing. C4 systems include base visual information support systems. Additional advanced training that exceeds the minimum upgrade training requirements and emphasizes present or future duty assignments. The facilities.dtic. equipment. Collaborative capabilities assist significantly with managing information throughout its life cycle and enable Air Force members to perform most office-oriented and operational communication tasks from their desktops. and controlling operations of assigned forces pursuant to the missions assigned. Chemical. disposition. personnel. communications. Intelligence. Communications-Electronics (C-E).Certifying Official. Core Competency. supplies. Some managerial duties and responsibilities that are common to all chief enlisted managers are: managing and directing personnel resource activities. Chief Enlisted Manager (CEM) Code. Continuation Training. They also identify chief master sergeants who. Chemical and Conventional (NBCC) Defense Operations and Standards for additional information/requirements. coordinate. facilities. A set of processes and technologies supporting the evolutionary life cycle of digital information. processing. It cannot be duplicated by any other organization. Air Force Emergency Management (EM) Program Planning and Operations. A person assigned by the commander to determine an individual’s ability to perform a task to required standards. and personnel essential to a commander for planning.mil/doctrine/new_pubs/jp1_02. Collaborative Tools. 3 . display. or any other file type that follows a content life cycle that requires management. Guidance for using core tasks can be found in the applicable CFETP narrative. See AFI 10-2501. and equipment procurement and maintenance. multimedia like audio or video files. and AFMAN 10-2602. Core Task. digital content. Biological. direct. Computer Based Training (CBT). interpreting and enforcing policy and applicable directives. Integrated systems of doctrine. This digital information is often referred to as content or. CEM codes identify all chief master sergeant positions in the Enlisted Classification Structure. establishing control procedures to meet work goals and standards. and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) Task Qualification Training (TQT). Collaboration. Digital content may take the form of text. storage. planning and programming work commitments. problem-solving. A task AFCFMs identify as a minimum qualification requirement for everyone within an AFSC. and negotiation. Collaboration is the interaction among two or more individuals encompassing a variety of behaviors including: communication. regardless of duty position. Command. and is critical for the future. equipment. Radiological. and transfer of information. groupware. CBRNE TQT ensures personnel maintain proficiency in performing mission-critical tasks in a CBRNE environment. and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). procedures. Control. Communications. Nuclear. and schedules. Collaborative tools consist of various web-based technologies including advanced white boarding. Surveillance.pdf Communications-Computer Systems (C-CS). cooperation. An integrated bundle of expert knowledge and organizational skills inherent to a particular career field(s) which makes a disproportionate contribution to the success of providing the right skills needed for military operations. such as documents. analysis. directing. anywhere anytime. A forum for training in which the student learns via a computer terminal. Computer. protection. and control a wide range of work activity.

Enterprise Information Management (EIM). and integration vision enables using the “enterprise information asset” for strategic analysis.mil. The EAF concept is how the Air Force will organize. coordinating. interactive video. A DRU performs a mission that does not fit into any of the MAJCOMs. performance and productivity analytics. Expeditionary Aerospace Force (EAF). Located at https://etca. including specialized training packages and computer-based training courses. Exportable Training. Field Training. Technical Orders. to an intelligent. or other necessary means to supplement training. higher headquarters. Data Management. reporting instructions. and archival or deletion. paper text. The tasks assigned to an individual for the position currently held. video. other military services. and tasks assigned by the supervisor (AFI 36-2201). storage. Air Force subdivisions directly subordinate to the CSAF. or a search mechanism to quickly find specific documents (AFPD 33-3). and agile organization. and security assistance programs. A FOA performs field activities beyond the scope of any of the MAJCOMs. review. Document management can also be a database system to organize stored documents. A publication derived from the initial/advanced skills Course Training Standard (CTS). Encompasses a set of strategies for organizational management of all aspects of enterprise data as information assets. The process of managing documents through their life cycle. and sensor.af. or at any level in the unit. all core tasks that correspond to the duty position. the ETCA contains specific MAJCOM procedures. line-of-business oriented application environment. Critical Tasks. and controlling organizations’ data resources (AFPD 33-3. Enlisted Specialty Training (EST). identifying the tasks and knowledge requirements and respective standards provided to achieve a 3-skill level in this career field. flexibility. Duty Position Tasks. Additional training via computer assisted. Field Operating Agency (FOA). and personalization. dissemination. Critical Tasks are tasks that require specific training and certification above and beyond other tasks. government agencies. fund cite instructions. Tasks may be defined as critical either through AFI. at a minimum. Technical. The ETCA contains courses the Air Force and reserve forces conduct or administer and serves as a reference for the Air Force. FOAs are subdivisions of the Air Force directly subordinate to a headquarters US Air Force functional manager. Education and Training Course Announcement (ETCA). and listings for those formal courses the MAJCOMs or FOAs conduct or manage. speed.Course Objective List (COL). eventually providing a means for transitioning from an operational. Information Management). Supervisors use the COL to assist in conducting graduate evaluations in accordance with AFI 36-2201 Air Force Training Program. learning. Course Training Standard (CTS). and sustain itself by creating a mindset and cultural state that embraces the unique characteristics of aerospace power – range. Enterprise. The activities are specialized or associated with an Air Force-wide mission. (Example of a FOA: is the Air Force Weather Agency). and other training that either a field training detachment or field training team conducts at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel. equip. precision – to meet the national security challenges of the 21st Century. The proper models. These include. customer-centricity. A DRU has many of the same administrative and organizational responsibilities as a MAJCOM (Example of a DRU: USAF Academy). data architecture. The process of planning. A mix of formal training (technical school) and informal training (on-the-job) to qualify and upgrade airmen in each skill level of a specialty. 4 . operator. Direct Reporting Unit (DRU). A standard developed for all courses not governed by an STS. sharing. The entire range of communications/networking within garrison and tactical realms to include voice. data. train. imagery. DoD. Document Management (DM). from inception through creation. application architecture.randolph.

The GIG supports all Department of Defense. Records Management. facilities. An enterprise infrastructure program established to develop. integrate. and trusted Agile Combat Support (ACS) information to Joint and Air Force commanders. The AF Form 623 reflects past and current qualifications and is used to determine training requirements. Management of the Department of Defense Information Enterprise). National Security. and an enterprise data warehouse. processing. storing. allied. use. tactical. classification. operational. The mission of GCSS-AF is to provide timely. and deployed sites). Enterprise Information Management (Workflow. and ACS personnel at all ranks and echelons with the appropriate level of security needed to execute the Air Force mission throughout the spectrum of military operations. managing. On-the-Job Training Record/AF Form 623B. developing. Responsibilities include. associated processes. mobile platforms. and experience to perform task without supervision. developing criteria for and monitoring readiness reporting. FOA.Functional Area Manager (FAM). developing and reviewing policy. policy makers. NAF and base level. The GIG includes all owned and leased communications and computing systems and services. Use AF Form 623. protection. The “Go” is the stage at which a trainee has gained enough skill. Functional Manager (FM). and Collaboration). end-to-end set of information capabilities. their staffs. meets the task standard. Individual Training Plan (ITP).1. Global Information Grid (GIG). in war and in peace. but are not limited to. storage. knowledge. The globally interconnected. and Unit). and support personnel. The planning. Global Command and Control System (GCCS). The individual accountable for the management and oversight of all personnel and equipment within a specific functional area to support operational planning and execution. accurate. disseminating and managing information on demand to warfighters. (DoDD 8000. Document Management. and business). AFSC Functional Managers exist at MAJCOM. The GIG provides interfaces to coalition. Global Combat Support System – Air Force (GCSS-AF). processing. MAJCOM. Knowledge Management. the FAM should be the most highly knowledgeable and experienced person within the functional area and have the widest range of visibility over the functional area readiness and capability issues (AFI 36-2201). and related Intelligence community missions and functions (strategic. Typically characterized as creation or collection. and deploy combat support information capabilities. and analysis. dissemination. stations. manipulating. GCCS will become the single C4I system to support the warfighter from foxhole to command post. The GIG provides capabilities from all operating locations (bases. 5 . Information Life Cycle. does not meet task standard. In addition to integrating combat support applications. and experience to perform the tasks without supervision.g. An individual assigned collateral responsibility for training. GCSS-AF also provides core enterprise services such as a common user presentation through the AF Portal. and career development of personnel. knowledge. and other associated services necessary to achieve Information Superiority. security services. budgeting. Air Component. and non-DOD users and systems. DRU. At each level of responsibility (Headquarters Air Force. GCSSAF is the means by which ACS functional systems will be modernized and integrated to improve business processes supported on a single robust network-centric infrastructure. force posturing.. Go/No-Go. posts. Joint Publication 3-0 further defines IM as the function of managing an organization’s information resources by the handling of knowledge acquired by one or many different individuals and organizations in a way that optimizes access by all who have a share in that knowledge or a right to that knowledge. It is intended to be a complete history of past training and current qualifications. data. “No-Go” is the stage at which the trainee has not gained enough skill. and maintaining Unit Type Codes (UTC). or other approved records system (e. and personnel for collecting. Supervisors will ensure all documentation is accurate and comprehensive. software (including applications). An automated information system designed to support deliberate and crisis planning with the use of an integrated set of analytic tools and flexible data transfer capabilities. and disposition. Information Management (IM). and controlling of information throughout its life cycle. camps. Training Business Area (TBA)). utilization.

Occupational Survey Report (OSR). providing offensive. or controlling of natural knowledge processes (acquire/validate. Additional training. A comprehensive list (100%) of all tasks performed within a work center and consisting of the current CFETP or AFJQS and locally developed AF Forms 797. accurate. the reduction of information collection burdens on the public). Instructional System Development (ISD). etc. task performance based training designed to qualify airmen in a specific duty position. organizing. and qualification tasks.S. and managing instructional systems. (AFI 36-2201). Proficiency Training. It may also be used in lieu of task performance when the training capability does not exist. Having timely. Hands-on. Training used to provide a base of knowledge for task performance. creating new knowledge. KM seeks to make the best use of the knowledge available to an organization. 6 . and storing of knowledge and experiences of individual workers and groups within an organization and making this information available to others in the organization. multiple radio types (e. transfer/integrate knowledge) within an organization in order to achieve the goals and objectives of the organization. over-the-shoulder training conducted to certify personnel in both upgrade (skill level award) and job qualification (duty position) training. and disaster response personnel. upgrade tasks. Learning gained through knowledge rather than hands-on experience (AFI 36-2201). A deliberate and orderly (but flexible) process for planning. Employs a strategy for ensuring the completion of all work center job requirements by using an MTL.g.Information Resources Management (IRM). processes and tools. either in-residence. modular.. This training program occurs both during and after the upgrade training process and is designed to provide skills training required to do the job. JTRS will link the power of the Global Information Grid (GIG) to the war fighter in applying fire effects and achieving overall battlefield superiority. defensive. and abilities essential for successful job performance. providing milestones for task/CDC completion and prioritizes deployment/UTC tasks. maritime. governing. A MAJCOM represents a major Air Force subdivision having a specific portion of the Air Force mission.) are now allowed to communicate with one another. allies. and relevant information is critical to build the Air Force’s information superiority. software-defined radios that operate as nodes in a network to ensure secure wireless communication and networking services for mobile and fixed forces. skills. or on-the-job training. (AFPD 33-1) Initial Skills Training. The process of managing information resources to accomplish agency missions and to improve agency performance (e. The handling. provided to personnel to increase their skills and knowledge beyond the minimum required for upgrade. Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS). The ultimate goal is to produce a family of interoperable. On-the-Job Training (OJT). These goals extend to U. home station training tasks. joint and coalition partners. By developing and implementing an open architecture of cutting-edge radio waveform technology.. A formal school course that results in an AFSC 3-skill level award for enlisted or mandatory upgrade training to qualified officers. implementing. developing. and increasing awareness and understanding in the process. Knowledge Management (KM). A detailed report showing the results of an occupational survey of tasks performed within a particular AFSC. handheld. such as people. Major Command (MAJCOM). Also. airborne. (AFPD 33-3) Knowledge Training. and support elements. Master Task Listing (MTL). Qualification Training.g. directing. Knowledge Based Operations (KBO). KM can also be defined as the capturing. It ensures personnel are taught in a cost efficient way to become educated on the knowledge. should include tasks required for deployment and/or UTC requirements. Each MAJCOM is directly subordinate to HQ USAF. produce. Master Training Plan (MTP). ground-mobile. Hands-on. or exportable advanced training courses. MAJCOMs are interrelated and complementary. KBO is the Air Force approach for managing information and intellectual capital assets.

Specialty Training Requirements Team. and training status of communications professionals. maintenance and use. 5-. Training Capability. based on the availability of resources. doctrine. policy. and other managerial activities involved in records creation. establishing practices or procedures. The group meets. or rule in measuring quantities or qualities. Training Planning Team (TPT). real-time visibility into qualifications. An exact value. An Air Force publication that describes an Air Force specialty in terms of tasks and knowledge that an airman in that specialty may be expected to perform or to know on the job. custom.). etc. A living document that explains what training is needed for a system and how to obtain the training. a physical entity. wing. A web-based training application that provides Air Force war fighters with global. The planning. certifications. Subject Matter Experts (SME). and disposition in order to achieve adequate and proper documentation of the policies and transactions of the Federal Government and effective and economical management of agency operations. and FOA functional managers. Also identifies the training provided to achieve a 3-. Training Setting. or common consent to serve as a reference. Resource deficiencies (such as money. and increases security through a single AF Portal log on. The capability of a training setting to provide training on specified requirements. A composite of lesson plans. and abilities. approved by National Security Agency (NSA). controlling. training. TBA supports base. and civilian elements) of the United States Air Force. Training Business Area (TBA). A group of tasks performed together within an AFS that require common knowledge. or 7-skill level within an enlisted AFS. as required. skills. promoting. and administered by qualified communications security (COMSEC) maintenance personnel. directing. Comprised of the same personnel as a U&TW. mobile training team. Typically held three months prior to a Utilization and Training Workshop (U&TW) to finalize any CFETP changes or enlisted classification directory descriptions. or evaluating results. Chaired by the AFCFM and attended by the MAJCOM. and Air Force Occupational Measurement Squadron (AFOMS) in attendance. organizing. or an abstract concept established and defined by authority. 7 . A detailed analysis of tasks for a particular AFSC to be included in the training decision process. instructions. All collective components (active. System Training Plan (STP). reviews training programs. selected DRU’s. time. Specialty Training Package and COMSEC Qualification Training Package. It is a fixed quantity or quality. These packages are prepared by AETC. TMs are identified by an identification code and a statement. It further serves as a contract between AETC and the functional user to show which of the overall training requirements for an Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) are taught in formal schools and correspondence courses. (AFPD 33-3) Resource Constraints.Records Management. facilities. provides user access to CFETPs/JQSs. Training Requirements Analysis (TRA). AETC Training Managers. and procedures necessary to conduct training. Specialty Training Standard (STS). Standard. guard. Total Force. self-study. manpower and equipment) that preclude desired training from being delivered. The TAG sets training goals and priorities. on-the-job. test material. TBA replaced the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) as the mandated automated training tool for maintaining OJT records for communication and information personnel. The system centralizes management of training task data. TPTs are more intimately involved in training development and the range of issues examined is greater than in the U&TW forum. and evaluates emerging training technologies. The type of forum in which training is provided (formal resident school. Task Module (TM). Training Advisory Group (TAG). to prioritize training product development. field training. model. reserve. A meeting chaired by the AFCFM with MAJCOM FMs. and work center training management activities by automating business processes and capabilities to eliminate paper-based practices.

web-based workflow products allow electronic coordination. The UTC is the means for linking logistics and manpower details within a unit type and is used to communicate force data. They are relational to an electronic version of the Staff Summary Sheet (SSS) and other AF/DoD forms used for routing/collection of information. Wartime Tasks. personnel. A forum of the AFCFM. which is based on the training provided to incumbents and the jobs to which they have been and are assigned. and 2) Alternate pattern. Upgrade Training. Future use of standardized EIM tools will enhance usability and eliminate legacy methods. subject matter experts (SME). Those tasks which must be taught when courses are accelerated during a wartime environment. MAJCOM Functional Managers.Unit Type Code (UTC). and task management of documents and files. and AETC training personnel that determines career ladder training requirements. This is an executive decision meeting following the Specialty Training Requirements Team meeting. Workflow. A series of steps necessary for the initiation. A five-character alphanumeric code identifying a specific force package of personnel and/or equipment. staffing. tracking. These tasks are only for those career fields that still need them applied to their schoolhouse tasks. these tasks will be taught in the 3-level course in a streamlined training environment. Utilization and Training Workshop (U&TW). which considers proposed changes in manpower. and delivery of services or outputs with the capability to cut across existing or future organizational boundaries. and training policies. Training that leads to the award of a higher skill level. There are two types of patterns: 1) Current pattern. A depiction of the training provided to and the jobs performed by personnel throughout their tenure within a career field or AFS. Automation provides the capability to suspense and track correspondence through the workflow process and provides action officers and document originators status on their packages. In response to a wartime scenario. Utilization and Training Pattern. 8 . The UTC represents a wartime capability designed to fill a valid contingency requirement. Furthermore. Provides users the capabilities to comply with structured electronic workflow processes and the flexibility to create/develop ad hoc workflow courses of actions.

Initial skills training is the AFS specific training an individual receives upon entry into the AF or upon retraining into this specialty for award of the 3-skill level. 1. and correspondence courses required for award of the 5-. Also. either inresidence or exportable advanced training courses. some of which are: 1. 1.3. 81st TRSS/TSQ Qualification Training Flight (Q-Flight) personnel develop training packages (AFJQSs/AFQTPs) based on requests submitted by the MAJCOMs and according to the priorities assigned by the AFCFM. training managers.1. manage. Career Development Course (CDC) completion.5. conduct. They also develop procurement and acquisition strategies for obtaining resources needed to provide the identified training. Purpose of the CFETP. contract training. 9 . MAJCOM FMs and AETC review the plan annually to ensure currency and accuracy and forward recommended changes to the AFCFM. AETC training personnel develop/revise formal resident and exportable training based upon requirements established by the users and documented in the STS. Proficiency training is additional training. they determine whether duplicate training exists and take steps to eliminate/prevent duplicate efforts. upgrade. advanced. or exportable courseware/courses. The plan outlines the initial skills. The CFETP has several purposes. and conduct an effective and efficient career field training program. Requirements are satisfied through OJT. supervisors. Use of the CFETP. Submit recommended improvements/corrections to the 338th TRS/TRR Training Manager. or 9-skill level. Career field training managers at all levels use the plan to ensure a comprehensive and cohesive training program is available for each individual in the career ladder. 2. Qualification training is actual hands-on task performance training designed to qualify an airman in a specific duty position. Using the list of courses in Part II. Unit level training managers and supervisors manage and control progression through the career field by ensuring individuals complete the mandatory training requirements for upgrade specified in this plan and supplemented by their MAJCOM. This training is provided by the 338th Training Squadron (TRS) at Keesler AFB. identifies sources of training. develop. qualification.Section A . and the training medium. ensures that established training is provided at the appropriate point in an individual's career. MAJCOM FMs ensure their training programs complement the CFETP for mandatory initial skill and upgrade requirements. Identifies major resource constraints that impact implementation of the desired career field training program. It is designed to provide the performance skills and knowledge required to do the job. This CFETP provides the information necessary for AFCFMs. 2.4. MAJCOM Functional Managers (MFM). Identifies task and knowledge training requirements for each skill level in the specialty and recommends education and training throughout each phase of an individual’s career.General Information 1. 1. SAF/A60D. or on-the-job training provided to personnel to increase their skills and knowledge beyond the minimum required for upgrade. 2.2. MS. The CFETP is maintained by the 3D1XX Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM). Advanced training is formal specialty training used for selected airmen.1. MAJCOM-developed training to support this AFSC must be included in this plan. 2. and evaluate a career field-training program. commanders. 2. 2. manage. Serves as a management tool to plan.4. resident training. and trainers to plan. 7-. Upgrade training identifies the mandatory courses. and proficiency training those individuals in AFSC 3D1X3 should receive in order to develop and progress throughout their careers. This training program occurs both during and after the upgrade training process. The list of courses in Part II is used as a reference for planning continuation or career enhancement training. They also identify the needed AFJQSs/AFQTPs to document unique upgrade and continuation training requirements.3. task qualification requirements.2. Lists training courses available in the specialty.

10 . The AFCFM is the approval authority.3. MAJCOM representatives and AETC training personnel coordinate on the career field training requirements. The AETC training manager initiates an annual review of this document by AETC and MAJCOM functional managers to ensure the CFETP’s currency and accuracy by using the list of courses in Part II to eliminate duplicate training. Coordination and Approval of the CFETP.

and tropospheric scatter techniques. line-of-sight. Performs operational checks. inspects. keying and signal devices. wideband. Places in operation and tunes. power supplies. Conducts tests to restore and maintain systems. Uses layout drawings. adjusts. Establishes requirements for maintenance equipment. Requisitions. Reviews and ensures compliance with maintenance management publications and procedures. and turns in supplies and material. Updates maintenance data collection records and systems to document actions completed.2. 4.1. 4. and positions communications equipment. line-of-sight. and modification problems associated with communications equipment. including transmitters.4. and pictorial diagrams to solve maintenance problems. accounts for. Inspects equipment at specified intervals to determine operational status. Checks equipment for serviceability prior to installation. and repairs standard radio frequency wireless. required test equipment. Repairs.2. Installs ground radio. schematics. tools. and interconnects components such as transmitters.1. and telemetry communications equipment. Unpacks. Determines adequacy of corrective action. and aligns components to obtain maximum operating efficiency. and initiates corrective action. analyzing voltage and waveform measurements. and equipment operating characteristics. Oversees work in progress and reviews completed repairs for sound maintenance practices. Deploys and activates mobile and transportable transmission equipment. Inspects wireless radio/satellite communications activities.2. The following career field description supplements the AFECD. connects. Identifies and locates Radio Frequency interference sources. Serves on teams to evaluate transmission systems activities. Assembles. 4. Refers to plans and equipment specifications to conduct site and equipment surveys. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 110100. Analyzes construction and operating characteristics of equipment to determine source of malfunction. transceivers. Isolates malfunctions using system checking procedures. Establishes and maintains circuits.1. Determines equipment operational status. Performs intricate alignment and calibration procedures to ensure maximum operating efficiency. RF Transmission Systems Apprentice/Journeyman/Craftsman (3D133/3D153/3D173).1. Checks installed and repaired components for compliance with technical publications. and modifies communications and related equipment. and antenna assemblies. Recommends methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures.1. and spare parts. Determines repair procedures necessary to correct defective equipment. Replaces defective components. troubleshoots. Duties and Responsibilities: 4. configures and manages system and network connectivity.Section B .2. overhaul. Specialty Description. 11 . support equipment.1. secures. and establishes equipment systems interface. Repairs equipment. 4. Employs orbiting communication satellite. Identifies maintenance problem areas and recommends corrective action. Interprets inspection findings submitted by other inspecting activities. Specialty Summary: Deploys. and encryption transmission devices in a fixed and deployed environment. satellite. schematic diagrams. 4. 4.1.2.2.Career Field Progression and Information 4. receivers. Evaluates justification and practicability of proposed modifications. telemetry and instrumentation systems. Develops and enforces safety standards for ground RF system maintenance activities. 4.1. repair. overhauls. Resolves installation. and interconnects communications facilities. and related equipment. Uses anti-jam equipment and techniques to neutralize effects of communication jamming.1. sustains. Performs/supervises wireless radio and satellite systems and equipment maintenance activities.2. Included are multiple waveform systems operating across the spectrum.2.6. Consults layout drawings to ensure equipment is properly positioned.2.3. Tunes and adjusts components. Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective action.1. ground-based satellite.5.1. erects antennas. 4. beyond line-of-sight. Tests installed equipment for proper assembly of components and compliance with technical orders. 4. Performs preventive maintenance on communications systems and related equipment.1.7.

2. Establishes local maintenance procedures and policies. Plans and supervises system installation and evaluates facilities layout and performance standards. and modifying cyberspace systems and equipment platforms to include: voice. Ensures work standards are maintained. installation. Posts entries on maintenance and inspection records.2.2. deploying. Duties and Responsibilities: 4. navigation. 4. and systems. telemetry. technical support and resource management. ground radar. and integration conformity. systems operation. and monitors project milestones and funding from inception to completion. equipment.2. Monitors status of base civil engineer work requests. Manages. 4. Implements and interprets policies.1. rates and prepares reports on activity effectiveness. plans. aligns. Plans and organizes maintenance activities. and integrates base communications systems. maintaining. Cyber Systems Superintendent (3D190). systems management. Evaluates contracts. overhauling. files.2. and performs planning and implementation activities.2. deploying. training.5. Prepares and analyzes reports encompassing siting. manages. and overhauling systems and equipment. contingency and exercise plans to determine impact on manpower. processing. Serves as advisor at meetings for facility design.2. and calibrates equipment for maximum operating efficiency. and serviceability. data. inspecting. 4. 12 . Directs activities for installing. Specialty Summary. military construction programs and minor construction planning. removing.4. customer service. Tests repaired components using bench mockups and related test equipment. intrusion detection. Manages system analysis and design. Develops. repairing. sensors.3.9. adjusting. and repairing communications systems and related equipment. satellite.2. Controls. Directs overhaul and repair of communications systems and related equipment. 4. including disposition of malfunctioning equipment. Determines extent and economy of repair. manages and directs network and electronic warfare operations in garrison and at deployed locations by performing duties to develop. network devices. Directs maintenance activities. Resolves problems with installing. repairing and removing communications systems and related equipment.2. supplies. sustain. and cryptographic. In addition. Coordinates activities and resolves common problems. directives and procedures. replacing. Designs and develops organizational structures and determines equipment. and maintenance. supervises. and related support equipment. 4. Evaluates operational readiness of communications equipment. maintaining.2. wartime. Manages implementation and project installation and ensures architecture. installing. Executes operational plans to ensure positive control of assigned forces.2.1. Evaluates. Performs mission review with customers.8. 4. Evaluates effectiveness of equipment usage. deploying. support. Completes maintenance data collection forms.2. meteorological. Directs personnel employed in siting. programming. configuration. programming. Records meter readings and other pertinent data in equipment logs. Directs activities responsible for system analysis and design. Fabricates and connects various types of antenna systems and transmission lines.1.2. Monitors project status and completion actions.2. 4. Recommends and implements corrective action for improved methods and procedures. Evaluates base comprehensive plan and civil engineering projects. and system scheduling. video client devices. Manages and maintains system installation records. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 110100.1.2. and maintenance. Determines adequacy and correctness of project packages and amendments. Maintains inspection and maintenance records. systems performance. 4. resource management and security management. security. repairing. 4. and network infrastructure systems. and indexes. intrusion detection. and enhance network and electromagnetic capabilities to defend national interests from attack and to create effects in the cyberspace domain to achieve national objectives. space systems.2. operations and maintenance. microwave. Performs research and development of new systems and equipment.Adjusts. Inspects and evaluates maintenance activities for compliance with directives. maintaining.2. radio. Supervises maintenance functions. Checks systems and equipment for proper siting. and supplies required for systems implementation and support.

implementation. programs. Military Training.3. and maintenance of the CFETP.4. Advises the MAJCOM/A6 and staff on 3D1XX utilization and training issues. and maintaining all AFSC-specific training courses. Assists AETC training managers and course supervisors with planning. Organizes and participates in mission implementation and conversion.5. Advisor to the SAF/A6 on all matters affecting the Cyber Systems career fields. including CDCs. Personnel attaining the rank of CMSgt are assigned broad ranging duties in directing and managing diverse communication functions. Appointed by the MAJCOM Director of Communications (A6) or equivalent. AFI 36-2101. Manages plans. Plans. 4. Assists in identifying qualified subject matter experts to help with the development of Specialty Knowledge Tests (SKT) and the Career Development Course (CDC). Classifying Military Personnel (Officers and Airmen). implementing.7.2. Assists in the development of AFSC-related manpower standards. Organizes teams that use methodologies to meet mission requirements. MAJCOM Functional Manager (MFM) for Cyber Systems. and develops budget inputs to ensure resource availability for operational requirements.2. Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory). This specialty “caps” at the Chief Master Sergeant level with those specialties that came up through the Cyber Support Systems Specialist (3D1XX) career ladders. Acts as the primary MAJCOM reviewer on CDC training and classification waiver request packages. Provides guidance to subordinate units on 3D1XX personnel issues.4.2. 4. 13 . Air Force Training Program. and development functions. Ensures continued interface between functional users and programming and operations personnel. Ensures compliance with standards for systems documentation. Classifying Military Personnel (Officers and Airmen). Appointed by the Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer (SAF/A6). Serves as the chairperson for the U&TW and uses it as a forum to determine and manage career field education and training requirements. programs. Ensures development. (AFI 36-2201. implementation. Serves as the MAJCOM voting representative during career field Utilization and Training Workshops. Establishes training programs to meet local knowledge and certification requirements. Establishes training requirements. and procedures to subordinate units.2. Supervises test and evaluation efforts to determine performance. Chief Enlisted Manager. Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM) for the Cyber Systems Career Field. (AFPD 36-22.8.6. Communicates directly with MFMs and AETC Training Managers to disseminate Air Force and career field policies and program requirements. AFI 36-2201. Assists with the dissemination of information regarding Air Force and career field policies. 4. Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory). plans. Possesses final authority to waive CFETP requirements.2.2. 4. Assists in gathering inputs and data to complete enlisted grade allocation for Career Progression Group (CPG) reviews. Helps functional users define requirements. Air Force Training Program. 4. developing. Coordinates on all MAJCOM 3D1XX staffing and manpower issues. AFI 36-2101. as they apply to mission needs. Supervises functional user requirements translation into automated systems capabilities.

The following training decisions were made by members of the 14-16 January 2009 Training Planning Team. The first volumes will be common to all 3D1XX AFSCs.88 yrs 4.1.afpc. 6.Passive detected techniques Professional Development FTAC Note: Average Time in Service (TIS) based on 2008 AF Promotion results. Adequate training and timely progression from the apprentice to superintendent skill levels play an important role in the Air Force's ability to accomplish its mission. Training / Security Mgr Build breadth by learning/mastering 3D1XX areas Professional Development SNCO Academy PE Seminar SNCO JPME SNCO Correspondence 10. The strategy must be apparent and affordable to reduce duplication of training and eliminate a disjointed approach to training.RF systems engineering . or any time changes in techniques or procedures occur. manage and conduct an effective training program. Completion of AFJQSs/AFQTPs is mandatory by duty position for personnel in upgrade or qualification training. the unit mission changes.Multiplexing/timing . RF Transmissions . functions and duties. The guidance provided in this part of the CFETP and the 3D1X3 Education and Training Path able will ensure individuals receive viable training at appropriate points in their careers.2. Additional qualification training becomes necessary when personnel transfer to another duty position. First Sergeant. Skill/Career Progression. Refer to AFPC Web site for current information (https://ask. The following table outlines the 5-level CDC content for 3D1X3. identify and defend Broadening Experience Special Duty.1.Detect. 6. PME.Active denial techniques .1.85 yrs 5 Level Upgrade Training (7-Level) NCOIC.Long Haul encryption . Joint. UDM.Satellite network arch . Recruiter. 14 . It is essential that everyone involved in training do their part to plan. CDC development is restricted to six volumes. 3 Level CDC / OJT Upgrade Training (5-Level) Technical Training School(s) (3-Level) Retraining Develop Job Proficiency Functional / Operational Tour . Included in this spectrum was the strategy of when. two hundred pages each. This training is job qualification for an assigned duty position. AEF Professional Development NCO Academy PE Seminar CCAF / AU ABC Professional Development Airman Leadership School 36/28 Mos 16 Mos 6 Mos 6. Instructor Duty. The 81st TRSS/TSQ (Q-Flight) develops AFJQSs/AFQTPs to support tasks relating to communications-electronics and communications-computer systems.UHF/VHF/HF Radio Frequency .5. This CFETP was developed to encapsulate an entire spectrum of training requirements for the RF Transmission career field.47 yrs 16. Proficiency Training.Routing protocol . PME.1.56 yrs 7 Level Supervisory Skill Upgrade (9-Level) Base Functional / Flight Supt/ Air Staff MAJCOM Program Manager / Superintendent / Joint / AEF / NCOIC Broadening Experience Recruiter.mil).Transmission techniques .57 yrs CCM / Nom PME Commandant/ Obj Asgn / Crossflow NAF / HQ USAF MAJCOM Lead / Joint / AEF MAJCOM Functional Manager Professional Development CMSgt Leadership Course Senior Leader Development CMSgt Orientation CCM Orientation 9 Level 20. Training Decisions. 6. Instructor Duty. where. a new personnel program comes on board. using a building block approach (simple to complex). MTL/MTI.Instrumental/telemetry .randolph. followed by the respective AFSC-specific volumes. and how to meet the training requirements. 3D1X3 Career Path Chart CFM 23.Satellite systems .Tactical data linking .

See the local base education office for more information.htm?job=pg IT E-Learning Website Certification exam voucher available from AFNIC IT E-Learning Website Certification exam voucher available from AFNIC IT E-Learning Website Certification exam voucher available from AFCA X X X X 15 .org/ X • Education • Experience • References • Written Exam http://www. Commercial Certifications.3DX5X VOLUME 1 VOLUME 2 Support to the Cyberspace Mission Information Technology Concepts and Maintenance Principles 3D153 VOLUME 1 VOLUME 2 VOLUME 3 General Subjects Advanced Communications Concepts Wideband and Satellite Communications 6. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has licensing and certification benefits that can be used.2. Tuition Assistance (TA) pays for only one certification during an entire career.3. Below are some available commercial certifications for 3D1X3 technicians. including the Montgomery GI Bill. An “X” in the DANTES column indicates that testing may be completed at the base education office. Visit http://www.narte. 6. 7-Level Upgrade Training Requirements.org X • Written Exam • Education • Experience • Written Exam • Education • Experience • Written Exam • Education • Experience • Written Exam http://wireless.fcc.htm for more information.gibill. Certifications Electronics Technician Association (ETA) • Associate (CET) • Journeyman (CET) Certified Satellite Installer Antenna Endorsement C & Ku Band Endorsement Commercial Endorsement SMATV Endorsement National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers (NARTE) • Junior Telecommunications Tech • Senior Telecommunications Tech • Master Telecommunications Tech Federal Communications Commission (FCC) General Radio Operator’s License (GROL) IA Technical Level I A+ Network + IA Technical Level II IA Management Level I Security + IA Technical Level III IA Management Level II & Level III CISSP Criteria Website DANTES • Experience • Written Exam http://www.va. No CDC or 7-level course currently exists for upgrade to 7-level.eta-i.gov/pamphlets/lcweb.gov/comm operators/index.

... a trade skill certification is awarded for the primary occupational specialty... Technical Education (24 semester hours): A minimum of 12 semester hours of Technical Core subjects and courses must be applied and the remaining semester hours will be applied from Technical Core/Technical Elective subjects and courses.... 7......... 7..........................................mil/au/ccaf/.... The catalog is available at your education office..2.... Program Elective (15 semester hours): Satisfied with applicable Technical Education...... 4 General Education .. and Military Studies ....... and Military Studies......5.......... 16 ............ 7...... The College offers the Occupational Instructor Certification to instructors teaching full time in a CCAF affiliated school... 7. 7.................... In addition to the associate degree program..... Leadership...3. including natural science courses meeting General Education requirement application criteria.. Degree Requirements: Individuals must hold the 5-skill level at the time of program completion.......2.6................ 15 Total 64 7.................... hold an associate or higher degree.. Individuals desiring to become an AETC instructor should be actively pursuing an associate degree. A degreed faculty is necessary to maintain CCAF’s accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.. Six semester hours of CCAF degree applicable technical credit otherwise not applicable to this program may be applied.. Trade Skill Certification..... 7... In order to be awarded the CCAF degree......... Enrollment in CCAF occurs upon completion of basic military training..... 15 Program Electives . When a CCAF student separates or retires.. The Electronic Systems Technology (4VHP) program applies to 3D1XX career fields....2......... See CCAF General Catalog for application of civilian management courses........... Journeyman.........af.. See the current CCAF General Catalog for details regarding the Associates of Applied Science in Electronic Systems Technology......... Craftsman (Supervisor)........2. Semester hours Technical Education ..... To qualify.......... a 12 semester hour Teaching Internship..... Management............ Management. Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Academic Programs.. Occupational Instructor Certification.. or Master Craftsman (Manager)..2. or General Education courses. Additional off-duty education is highly encouraged..... 6 Physical Education ............ 7................7.. All are transcribed on the CCAF transcript.............. General Education (15 semester hours): Courses must meet the criteria for application of courses to the General Education requirement and be in agreement with the definitions of applicable General Education subjects/courses as outlined in the CCAF General Catalog..... Management. 7...3..1.......... instructors must complete a 3 semester hour Instructor Methodology course.......5..au.. 24 Leadership... CCAF offers the following: 7.4.... all academic requirements must be completed before the student separates from the Air Force.........2... and Military Studies (6 semester hours): Professional military education and/or civilian management courses...4..........2. CCAF provides the opportunity for all enlisted members to obtain an Associate in Applied Science degree......... or from http://www. Leadership....... The College uses a competency based assessment process for trade skill certification at one of four proficiency levels: Apprentice.......2.... retires...................... or is commissioned as an officer.............1.. have two years teaching experience from date of Teaching Internship completion.. 7..... Physical Education (4 semester hours): Satisfied upon completion of basic military training............ and be recommended by their commander/commandant.......

17 . Specific demographic information is available on the Web at http://wwa.mil/demographics/. Upon promotion to SMSgt.af. The following summarizes career progression and personnel allocations across the career ladder.8. 3D0XX and 3D1XX personnel maintain their individual AFSC identifiers through the rank of MSgt. 3D0X1/3D0X2/3D0X3/3D0X4 merge to become a 3D090. AFSCs 3D1X1/3D1X2/3D1X3/3D1X4/3D1X5/3D1X6/3D1X7 merge to become a 3D190.randolph.afpc. Career Field Path.

.......................... ........................................................................................... 22 years CERTIFIER: Must meet certifier eligibility requirements as per AFI 36-2201 18 .. Mandatory UPGRADE TO JOURNEYMAN (5-SKILL LEVEL) Minimum 12 months OJT training (9 months for retrainees)........................................88 years Earliest .. 10... Complete 5-Level CDCs.................. 10 years SSgt ............................... 28 Months HYT .. 10 months AVERAGE SEW ON TIME AND COMMENTS SrA . Optional Community College of the Air Force Associates Degree . Mandatory AETC Supplemental training courses as determined by MAJCOM ..... Completion is mandatory before assuming the rank of SSgt.................................................................................. RF TRANSMISSION EDUCATION AND TRAINING PATH EDUCATION AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS BASIC MILITARY TRAINING SCHOOL APPRENTICE TECHNICAL SCHOOL (3-SKILL LEVEL) . if available............... 6 months A1C ..................................... 3 years HYT ................. ANG/AFRC may complete by correspondence course. 20 years TSgt.. Communications and Information Work Center Supervisor's Handbook............................................................................. Must be 7-level to sew on TSgt............... ...................................3D1X3................................................................................................. Mandatory AETC Supplemental training courses as determined by MAJCOM .................... Mandatory CS Management and Generic AFJQSs/AFQTPs for various unit level duties.... ....... Optional Community College of the Air Force Associates Degree ... Optional AIRMAN LEADERSHIP SCHOOL (ALS) Attendance is limited to SSgt selectees or those attaining 48 months Total Active Federal Military Service (TAFMS) and who have not been selected for promotion to SSgt..................................... 4............................................ Mandatory Specific AFJQSs/AFQTPs for equipment at assigned location............................ ........................................ Desired TRAINER: Must meet trainer eligibility requirements as per AFI 36-2201 Amn ............. Completion of 7-level CDCs........... Minimum 12 months OJT training (6 months for retrainees)................ 5 years HYT ............................................. Mandatory CS Management and Generic AFJQSs/AFQTPs for various unit level duties...................................... Completion of AFQTP 3DXXX-232A......................... ........ 3 years Earliest ..................................85 years Earliest .................... Mandatory UPGRADE TO CRAFTSMAN (7-SKILL LEVEL) Minimum rank of SSgt........ ................................................................................

....................... ...... 30 years CMSgt ....afpc.. Mandatory CS Management and Generic AFJQSs/AFQTPs for various unit level duties......... RF TRANSMISSION EDUCATION AND TRAINING PATH EDUCATION AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY (NCOA)....... 8 years HYT ..……Mandatory CMSgt ..............af..... ..... Completion is mandatory before assuming the rank of SMSgt........56 years Earliest ......................................... 23........................ Mandatory SNCOA Correspondence Course .......... Mandatory UPGRADE TO SUPERINTENDENT (9-SKILL LEVEL) Awarded upon sew on of SMSgt..3D1X3.......... NOTE 2: See Part II.. Sections C and D for a list of AFJQSs/AFQTPs and AETC supplemental training.................... 26 years AVERAGE SEW ON TIME AND COMMENTS MSgt ........................................... ........... and SMSgt selectees.. 20.................................................. ANG/AFRC SSgt or TSgt may attend in-residence or complete by correspondence course.......... ............ SMSgt........ 30 years SMSgt ......... 24 years NOTE 1: Published sew-on times are Air Force averages..47 years Earliest ........... 11 years HYT ....................................57 years Earliest ... Refer to the Air Force Personnel Center’s homepage to determine career field specific information: http://ask.................... Completion is mandatory before assuming the rank of MSgt....... 14 years HYT .... NOTE 3: All core tasks must be completed prior to upgrade.................asp?prods3=5&prods2=2&prods1=1............................................ 23... 14 years HYT ................ Mandatory Active duty attendance is limited to TSgt and MSgt selectees.. Optional ANG/AFRC may complete by correspondence course...................... Community College of the Air Force Associates Degree ............................ 19 ....…………………………………………..............................randolph..............mil/EProm/default............ ANG/AFRC MSgts may attend in-residence............57 years Earliest .................... .... 16......Highly Desired USAF SENIOR NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY (SNCOA) Attendance is limited to MSgt..................... Mandatory CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT LEADERSHIP COURSE (CLC) Attendance is limited to Chief Master Sergeants and Chief Master Sergeant selects...........

Section C - Skill Level Training Requirements
9. Purpose. The various skill levels in the career field are defined in terms of tasks and knowledge requirements for each skill level in the RF Transmission career field of the Cyber Support Systems career ladder. They are stated in broad, general terms and establish the standards of performance. Core tasks, knowledge items, and skill requirements for this specialty are identified in the STS, COL, CDCs, AFJQSs/AFQTPs, etc. Completion of the mandatory 3-level skill awarding course, CDCs, and applicable AFJQSs/AFQTPs define the Air Force core tasks for this specialty. 10. Specialty Qualification Requirements. 10.1. Apprentice (3-Level) Training. KNOWLEDGE Electricity and radio theory, including transistors, solid-state components, and digital techniques applying to ground RF communications and related equipment maintenance; and interpretation of management information data, technical orders, blueprints, wiring diagrams, and schematic drawings. Completion of high school is mandatory. Additional courses in physics and mathematics is desirable. Completion of the Apprentice RF Transmissions Systems Specialist course, E3ABR3D133 01AA (PDS Code OWR) (See Part II, Section B for Course Objective List) None required For award and retention of AFSC 3D133, must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115, Vol 2, Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professional. Eligibility for a Secret security clearance according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management, is mandatory for award and retention of this skill level. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Attendance at the Apprentice RF Transmissions Systems Specialist course is mandatory for award of the 3-skill level unless waived by the AFCFM

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10.2. Journeyman (5-Level) Training. KNOWLEDGE TRAINING EXPERIENCE All 3D133 knowledge qualifications apply to the 3D153 requirements Completion of the 3D153 Career Development Course No mandatory AETC training courses are required for upgrade. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3D133 Experience performing; testing, tuning, adjusting, maintaining, or repairing ground RF communications and related equipment and using specialized test equipment Completion of all STS core tasks Completion of applicable AFJQSs/AFQTPs Completion of all local tasks assigned for the duty position For award and retention of AFSC 3D153, must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115, Vol 2, Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professional. Eligibility for a Secret security clearance according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management, is mandatory for award and retention of this skill level. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Entry into formal journeyman upgrade training is accomplished once individuals are assigned to their first duty station. Qualification training is initiated anytime individuals are assigned duties for which they are not qualified. Use CDCs, CBTs and AFJQSs/AFQTPs concurrently to obtain the necessary qualification for refresher and cross-utilization training.

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10.3. Craftsman (7-Level) Training. KNOWLEDGE All 3D153 knowledge qualifications apply to the 3D173 requirements Completion of Communications and Information Work Center Supervisor's Handbook No mandatory AETC training courses are required for upgrade Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3D153 Experience performing or supervising functions such as siting, installing, repairing, overhauling, or modifying ground RF equipment or intrusion detection systems and using test equipment Completion of all STS core tasks Completion of applicable AFJQSs/AFQTPs Completion of all local tasks assigned for the duty position For award and retention of AFSC 3D173, must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115, Vol 2, Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professional. Eligibility for a Secret security clearance according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management, is mandatory for award and retention of this skill level. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Entry into OJT is initiated when individuals obtain the necessary rank and skill level. Qualification training is initiated anytime an individual is assigned duties for which they are not qualified. Use CDCs and AFJQSs/AFQTPs concurrently to obtain the necessary qualification for refresher and cross-utilization training.

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5.4.5.mil/community/views/home. TRAINING EXPERIENCE OTHER IMPLEMENTATION 10. or modifying the various systems and related equipment of the feeder specialties. Keesler AFB. Superintendent (9-Level) Training. security. MS and may be downloaded from https://afkm. They are developed by the 81st TRSS/TSQ (Q-Flight).mil/. AFSC specific training – 338th TRS.3. and logic Performance measurement. maintaining. Procedures for requesting development of AFJQSs/AFQTPs are contained in AFI 36-2233. MS at https://etca.af. Eligibility for a Secret security clearance according to AFI 31-501. 10.randolph. KNOWLEDGE Techniques and procedures of systems analysis and design Interpretation of wiring and logic diagrams Project Management Software methodology System operation and maintenance System and equipment capability. CDCs 3D153 are available for upgrade purposes through the unit training manager. repairing. CDCs are ordered through the unit training office. Entry into OJT is initiated when individuals are selected for the rank of SMSgt.af. Qualification training is initiated anytime individuals are assigned duties for which they are not qualified. capacity. Personnel Security Program Management. 10.1.aspx?Filter=20946 . AFJQSs/AFQTPs are Air Force publications and are mandatory for use by personnel in upgrade or qualification training. AFJQSs/AFQTPs are listed in Part II of this CFETP. Vol 2. must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115. Keesler AFB. is mandatory for award and retention of this skill level.2. 23 . Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3D17X Managing or directing functions such as installing.5.5.wpafb. Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professional. and resource management No mandatory AETC training courses are required for upgrade.10. Training Sources. Air Force Onthe-Job Training Products for Communications-Electronics Enlisted Specialty Training. For award and retention of AFSC 3D190. For individual qualification and cross-utilization training. 10.

Action Required. This section identifies known resource constraints that preclude optimal/desired training from being developed or conducted. manpower. Apprentice (3-Level) Training. Resource constraints will be.1.1. cost.1. N/A 14. Purpose.1. Resources Required.3.2. 12.Section D .1. reviewed and updated annually.1.4. Resources Required. Craftsman (7-Level) Training.1. Resources Required.1. Constraints: None. including information such as part numbers. N/A 14. 14. at a minimum. N/A Section E . N/A 12. 13. etc.3. number of units required.Resource Constraints 11. national stock numbers.Transition Training Guide There are currently no transition training requirements. Constraints: None. Action Required. OPR/Target Completion Date. this section includes actions required. 14. Finally.1. Included are narrative explanations of each resource constraint. OPR/Target Completion Date. Impact. Action Required. 24 . 13. N/A 13. N/A 12. and an impact statement describing what effect each constraint has on training.4.3. N/A 13. OPR and target completion date. This area is reserved.1. N/A 13.1. Journeyman (5-Level) Training.2. 12.1.4. Impact. N/A 14. Constraints: None. N/A 12. 12.1. OPR/Target Completion Date.1.2.1.1.1. Impact.1. N/A 13. N/A 14.

Individual responsibilities are listed in chapter 1 of AFI 36-2605. The tests sample knowledge of STS subject matter areas judged by test development team members as most appropriate for promotion to higher grades.5. 5-. Shows formal training and correspondence course requirements.au.PART II Section A . 2. Is a guide for development of promotion tests used in the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS). Column 4 shows the proficiency to be demonstrated on the job by the graduate as a result of training on the task/knowledge and the career knowledge provided by the correspondence course. 2. and 7-skill level. Lieutenant General. and Technical Reference) the most common tasks. Purpose. knowledge. Air Force Military Personnel Testing System. etc). Knowledge. USAF Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer Attachments: 1. For a quick response to concerns. call our Training Feedback Hotline at DSN 597-4566.mil. Specialty Training Standard (STS) 3D1X3 25 . Provides certification for OJT. if available. Lists in column 1 (Task.6. 3. BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE OFFICIAL WILLIAM T.Specialty Training Standard 1. LORD. and technical references (TR) necessary for airman to perform duties in the 3-.1. training standard element. This STS will be used for technical training provided by AETC for the 3-level class beginning 20100105 and graduating 20100503 2.3.af. Questions are based upon study references listed in the WAPS catalog. For initial certification or transcribing documentation complete the columns in accordance with AFI 36-2201.4. Implementation. 2.mil/au/afiadl for current CDC listings. fax us at DSN 597-3790. IT Fundamentals Course Training Standard (CTS) 2. As prescribed in AFI 36-2201 this STS: 2. Column 2 (Core Tasks) identifies by skill level.2. See the Air University Catalog maintained at http://www. WAPS is not applicable to the Air National Guard or Air Reserve Forces. Qualitative Requirements. Comments and recommendations are invited concerning the quality of AETC training. 2. Individual Training Record folder and used according to AFI 36-2201. Use automated training management systems to document technician qualifications. Reference this STS and identify the specific area of concern (paragraph. Recommendations. Becomes a job qualification standard (JQS) for on-the-job training when placed in AF Form 623. Specialty Knowledge Tests (SKT) are developed at the USAF Occupational Measurement Squadron by senior NCOs with extensive practical experience in their career fields. Column 3 is used to record completion of tasks and knowledge training requirements. specialty-wide training requirements. A Customer Service Information Line (CSIL)has been installed for the supervisors' convenience. or e-mail us at 81trg-tget@keesler. NOTE: Core tasks are minimum task training requirements for upgrade. Attachment 1 contains the proficiency code key used to indicate the level of training and knowledge provided by resident training and career development courses. 2.af.

(facts) Can identify relationship of basic facts and state general principles about the subject. 26 . (evaluation) Explanations * A task knowledge scale value may be used alone or with a task performance scale value to define a level of knowledge for a specific task. and resolve problems about the task. This mark is used alone instead of a scale value to show that no proficiency training is provided in the course or CDC. Needs only a spot check of completed work. (nomenclature) Can determine step-by-step procedures for doing the task. they are the specific objectives taught in the IT Fundamentals course designed to meet the CTS requirements. NOTE: All tasks and knowledge items shown with a proficiency code are trained during wartime. isolate. tools. (Example: b and 1b) ** A subject knowledge scale value is used alone to define a level of knowledge for a subject not directly related to any specific task.IT Fundamentals PREFACE NOTE 1: Dashed items in this CTS are not part of the original CTS created at the March 2009 IT Fundamentals conference however. NOTE 2: Unless otherwise stated. An instructor assist is anytime an instructor must intercede to provide guidance to a student which leads to a satisfactory completion of the objective or to prevent the student from continuing in a manner that will lead to an unsatisfactory conclusion. (highly proficient) Can name parts. Needs only help on hardest parts. (analysis) Can evaluate conditions and make proper decisions about the subject. or for a subject common to several tasks. (principles) Can analyze facts and principles and draw conclusions about the subject. X This mark is used alone in course columns to show that training is required but not given due to limitations in resources. Can tell or show others how to do the task. (partially proficient) Can do all parts of the task. students may be allowed two assists from the instructor and still successfully achieve the proper level of proficiency. (procedures) Can identify why and when the task must be done and why each step is needed. Proficiency Code Key Scale Value 1 2 Task Performance Levels 3 4 a b *Task Knowledge Levels c d A B **Subject Knowledge Levels C D Definition: The individual Can do simple parts of the task. NOTE 3: All 3-level tasks will be trained if a wartime surge is ordered. (advanced theory) Can identify basic facts and terms about the subject. (extremely limited) Can do most parts of the task. or damage to equipment. Needs to be told or shown how to do most of the task. safety violation. (competent) Can do the complete task quickly and accurately. (operating principles) Can predict. and simple facts about the task.

2.3 Gateways 3.4.4 Multiplexing 3.2.1. MAN) 3.2 Time Division Multiplexing 3.1 Wave Division Multiplexing 3. Hybrid.1 Conversions 2.1. etc) 3.3.5 Department of Defense (DoD) Standards Protocol 3.1.2 Connectionless Oriented Communication 3.3.3 Virtual Private Network (VPN) 3.2.1 Component Principles 3.1.3 Binary Coded Decimal 2.1 Modems 3.3.2.3 Switches A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A A A A B B A X B A 27 Attachment 1 .1 Wired ( LAN. etc) 3.2.2.2.4 TCP/IP 3. DIGITAL NUMBERING SYSTEMS (Internal Data Representation) 2.2 Central Processing Unit (CPU) 3.1.1.1.2.3 International Standards Organization (ISO) Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model 3.2 Calculate Hexadecimal Numbers 3.1.3. BASIC COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS 3. Ring.1. Scanners.3.6 IPV4/IPV6 3.1 Components 3.3.3.1.4 Video Teleconference 3.7 Ports (IP) 3. Bus.2.1.1.2.2. FAX.1 Communications/Network Protocols 3.1.1 Safety 1.2 Converters 3.2. ELECTRONICS SUPPORT SUBJECTS 1.5 Storage Devices 3.4 Input/output (I/O) Devices 3.1.4.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 1.2.1 Connection Oriented Communication 3.2.2 First Aid 2.6 Peripherals (Printers.2.1.2 Hexadecimal 2.3 Data Terminal Equipment/Data Communications Equipment (DTE/DCE) 3. WAN.5 Topologies (Star.2.1 Binary 2.2 Network Types 3.2 Network Theory/Components 3.2.3 Computer memory 3.2.1.4.2 Wireless 3.

AFIs 33-Series. AFOSH STDs 91-50. 91-501 8. etc. OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT (ORM) TR: AFIs 90-901.6 Encryption/COMSEC Devices (Data and Voice) 3.2 Communications Competencies 7.2 Network Error Correction 5. Power Point.3.4 Software 3. LEGAL/ETHICS TR: USC TITLE 10.1 Department of Defense (DoD) 9. 5.8 Military Standard (MIL STD) 10.4 Transmission Impairments 5.4.) 3.4. COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS 7.3 Identity Management 6. CYBER SECURITY 6.2 Air Force 9. Excel.7 Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA)/ Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) 9.1 Operating Systems (UNIX.4. 91-301.1 Cyber Vulnerabilities 6.5 Network Management Concepts and Responsibilities 6. Joint Information Doctrine (Joint Pub 3-13).4. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) X X X X A A A X A A X A A A A 1a 1a 1a 1a B A A A A A A A A A A A 28 Attachment 1 .3 Network Flow Control 5.3 Expeditionary Communications 8.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 3.4.4 Multiplexers 3.3 Separation Requirements 5. 91-64.5 Bridges/Routers 3. 91-302.4 Wireless Network Security 7.1 Network Error Detection 5. NETWORK FAULT ISOLATION TECHNIQUES 5.5 Technical Orders (TO) 9.3. AF Information Operations Doctrine 2-5.1 ORM 9.2 Information Encryption Techniques 4.7 Communications Mediums 3.1 Bulk Encryption 4.3 Commercial/Vendor publications 9. etc. CRYPTOLOGY (Bound & Unbound) 4. Windows.1 Organizations 7.4 DISA Publications 9. 8. 18 and 50.) 3.3.6 Standard Installation Practices Technical Order (SIPTO) 9.2 Applications (Word.3.4. AFMAN 37-139 9.3 Infectious and Malicious Software 4.2 Vulnerability Preventative Measures 6. LINUX.4. PUBLICATIONS AND DIRECTIVES TR: AFINDs 2. Share Point.

33-206.2. homeland defense.1 US Codes (e.3 Communications Security (COMSEC) TR: AFIs 33-211. Schmidt Analysis) 10.6. Posse Comitatus.1.1 Information safeguards 11. AFPD 33-2. Constitutional Authority. C4I SECURITY TR: ACP 122.3 Facility Security Requirements 11.6. sensitive personnel information) 11.4 System Monitoring 10. AFPD 31-1 11.4.3 Sensitive Unclassified 11. AFMAN 33-326.g.6.1 Definition 11.5 Computer Security (COMPUSEC) TR: AFIs 33-202.2. AFDIR 33-303.1 Definition 11.1. 33-2 11.4 Protected Distribution System (PDS) 11.2 Security Tools 10.4.3 Vulnerabilities 11. AFPD 10-11 11. DOD 5200. AFPD 33-2 11. 33-219. 32. AFPD 33-2 11.6. US Charter Paradigm.2 Classified 11.3.6 Physical Security TR: AFI 31-101.3 Vulnerabilities 11. 33-129. AFSSI 5021. legal aspects of rules of engagement.4 Emission Security (EMSEC) TR: AFI 33-203.5. 33-332.3. AFIs 33-110. 15.3 Cyber Management Ethics 10.1 Privacy Act (PA) 11.1 Operations Security (OPSEC) TR: AFI 10-1101.g.2.1.1.1.2.4. AFPD 31-4 11.2 Relationship of OPSEC to other security programs 11.2.4 Critical Information 11.1. AFKAG-1&2.4 Classified Material Control 11. 33-207.2 Secure Area Access Management 11.1.2 Information Security TR: AFI 31-401.2.2 Rules of Engagement (ROE) 10.4.4.3 Safeguarding Information 11.2.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 10.1.2 For Official Use Only (FOUO) TR: AFSSI 5009 11.2.3 Special Data Protection (i.1-R 11. Titles 10. AFPD 31-4.1. 33-212.1.1 Definition 11.e.1.1 Definition 11. DISAC 310-90-1. AFI 31-401.1.2 Vulnerabilities 11.6.2 Vulnerabilities 11.1 Policy 10.5.2.2. 50) (e.1 Definition 11.3.1 Unclassified 11. 18.1 Storage A A X X A A A A A A A A A A X X X X A A A A A A A A A 29 Attachment 1 .2 Notifications 11.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 14.4. AIR AND SPACE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (AEF) 12.3.2 Missions 15.4. MANFOR) 13.7 Enterprise Service Unit (ESU) 14.2.4.1 Communication Squadron 14.2 Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN) 14.4 Secure Networks 13.3 Expeditionary Communications Squadron 14.9 Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) 15.6.8 Area Processing Center (APC) 14.4.6.2.2 Defensive 15.g.g.1 Offensive 15.3 Handling 11.2 Transport 11.2 Threats and Vulnerabilities 11.1 Equipment (e. LOGDET) 12.6.7.5 Classified Waste 11.2 Defense Switched Network (DSN) 13. Influence Operations (IFO). Electronic Warfare (EW)) 15.2.3 Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET) TR: DISACs 370-P120-3.1 Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) 13.1 Control Systems (e.2.7.g.4. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks) 15.3 Protective Measures 11.7.3 Exploitation 15.3.1 Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) 13.5 Air Force Network Operations Center (AFNOC) 14. 310-P70-74.3.3 Network Warfare Fundamentals 15.6 Integrated Network Operations Security Center (INOSC) 14. 310-P70-75 13.1 Definition 11.4 Air Force Network Operations (AFNETOPS) 14.2 Personnel (e.4.8 Information Conditions (INFOCON) 12.3 Network Exploitation Capabilities A A A A A A A A X X X X X X X X X A A A X X A A A A A A X X A A 30 Attachment 1 .IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 11.g.6. 310P70-73. CYBER OPERATIONS 15.4 Destruction 11.7 Information Assurance TR: AFI 33-204 11.2 Combat Communications Squadrons 14.2 Tactical Data Link (TADL) networks 15.4 Other (e. ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS TR: AFI 13 Series 13.1 Structure 15.

7 Role of an Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) 15.2 Digital Multimeter 17.1 Frequency Modulation 18.8.2 Role of cyber operations in achieving military and national goals and objectives 15.2 Electrical Prefixes 17.4.4.7.7 Receivers 18.1.1 Gates 16.4.2 Amplitude Modulation 18.1 Synchronous 18.1 Theory 16.6.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 15.6.3 Data Bus 18.2 Flip Flops 16.6 Role of Network Control Center (NCC) 15.2 Transmission Lines 18.2 Amplitude Modulation 18.4.10 Ops Capabilities 16.1 Affects on adversary decision makers 15.3 Information Superiority 15.1.8.1 Analog Multimeter 17.4.1 Fiber Optics 18. USE TEST EQUIPMENT 17.5 Line Tester 17.3 Metric Notation 16.1 Calculate Powers of Ten 16.7.5 Role of Integrated-Network Operations and Security Centers (I-NOSCs) 15.4. BASIC COMMUNICATIONS THEORY 18.4 Antennas 18.4 Signal/Function Generator 17.2.5 Waveguides 18.4.4.3 Oscilloscope 17.6 Transmitters 18.3.6 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Control 18.4.9 Ops Defensive Measures 15.4 Cyber Capabilities 15.2 Isochronous A A B B B B B B B 2b 2b 2b X A A B B B A B B B A A X X X X X X A A 31 Attachment 1 .8 Digital Communications 18.1 Frequency Modulation 18.4. Digital to Analog (DA) and Analog to Digital (AD) Converter Theory 16.3.4 Role of Air Force Network Operations Center (AFNOC) 15. DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUITS 16.8 Role of Information Warfare Flight (IWF) 15.

8.9.11.1 Theory 21.1 Amplitude Modulation (AM) 18.4 Signal Rate 18.1.1 Crimped Connection 19.6 Signal Formats 18.1.3 Multipin Connector 20.1 Direct Current (DC) 20.8. BASIC CIRCUITS 20.2 Calculations 20.4 DAMA 18.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 18.2 Calculations 21.5 Bit Count Integrity 18.2 Alternating Current (AC) 20.3.3.11.9.9 Modulation Techniques 18.9.11. TYPES OF WIRING/CABLING 19.3 Monitor Audio Frequency (AF) 18.2.6 Time – Division (CDMA and GSM) 18.3 Capacitors 21.2 Coaxial Connector 19.3 Troubleshoot 21.1.1.1 Theory 20.9.2.3 Phase Modulation 18.2 Troubleshoot B 2b B 2b B B 2b B B B B 2b 2b 2b 1a 1a 1a 1a B B B B A A B A A A A 32 Attachment 1 .11 AM Receiver Signals 18.1.5 Frequency Hopping 18.2 Color Code 21.8.2 Inductors 21.2.4 Measure Local Oscillator (LO) Output 19.2 Troubleshoot 21.2 Measure Intermediate Frequency (IF) 18.1.1.1 Theory 20.10 Electromagnetic Effects (EMP/EMI) 18.2 Frequency Modulation (FM) 18.1 Theory 21.11. BASIC CIRCUIT COMPONENTS 21.1 Theory 21.9.3 Asynchronous 18.8.1.9.1 Measure Radio Frequency (RF) 18.2.1 Resistors 21.1 Assemble Solderless Connectors 19.

6 Operational Amplifiers 25.2 Troubleshoot 24.5 Field Effect Transistor (FET) 24.3.1 Theory 22. ELECTROMAGNETIC DEVICES 23.4 Integrated Circuits (IC) 24.2 Troubleshoot Power Supply 23.2.2 Resonant 21.2. WAVE GENERATING CIRCUITS 26.1.2 Multivibrators 26.1.2 Stabilization 25.1.2 Troubleshoot 23.2 Bipolar Junction Transistors 24.2.3. TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS 25.3 Voltage Regulators 22.3.1 Diodes 24.3 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) 24.1 Theory 23.3 Coupling 26.1.2 Troubleshoot 24.3 Waveshaping Circuits A A A B A A B A A A A B 2b B 2b A B 2b B B B 2b A A A 33 Attachment 1 .1.1 Rectifiers 22.1 Theory 23.3.1 Transformers 23.1 Theory 24.4.2.3 Special Purpose Device Theory 24.4 Resistive-Capacitive-Inductive (RCL) Circuits Theory 21.3.4.1.3.1.1 Theory 25.1 Theory 26.1.4.1 Theory 24.2 Relays and Solenoids 23.1.2 Light Emitting Diode (LED) 24. POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS 22.2 Filters 22.1. SOLID STATE DEVICES 24.IT Fundamentals PROFICIENCY CODE 21.2 Troubleshoot 24.1 Basic 21.1 Oscillators 26.3 Frequency Sensitive Filter 22.1 Zener Diode 24.

mil/faf/FAF/fafHome. 34 Attachment 2 . NOTE 3: AFQTP 3DXXX-232A.af. Communications and Information Work Center Supervisor's Handbook is mandatory for upgrade to the 7-skill level in all 3DXXX career fields. NOTE 6: When an AFJQS is loaded into TBA.mil/ip/ DISA Circulars and Instructions at http://www. However.mil/.mil/gcss-af61/ETIMS/index.STS 3D1X3 PREFACE NOTE 1: Users are responsible for annotating technical references to identify current references pending STS revision. AFJQS items set the standard for qualification and certification and are mandatory for use in conjunction with this STS when applicable to the duty position. NOTE 5: Commanders. Locate current Air Force publications at: DOD Issuances and OSD Administrative Instructions at http://www.disa.dtic.afca. supervisors and trainers will use TBA to track and manage training for all 3DXXX personnel.mil/main/about/publications. NOTE 7: Third person certification is not required for all Cyber Support Specialist personnel.mil/whs/directives/ Air Force publications at http://www.jsp (Under IT ELearning) NOTE 2: Knowledge and/or performance tasks are defined in the AFJQS. NOTE 4: All objectives are trained during wartime. The numbering scheme is defined by your work center specific master training plan. AFCYBER Stan-Eval Program.af.my.html Technical Orders (TO) at https://www.my. members (to include civilians and contractors) assigned to crew positions are still required position certification through Standards-and-Evaluation processes in accordance AFPD13-3.e-publishing. AFSSIs at https://private.jsp Online Reference Ware and CBTs: https://www. AFJQS task numbering will vary from the STS.af.af.

tools. and simple facts about the task. X (-) NOTE: All tasks and knowledge items shown with a proficiency code are trained during wartime. (EVALUATION) Explanations * ** A task knowledge scale value may be used alone or with a task performance scale value to define a level of knowledge for a specific task. (NOMENCLATURE) Can determine step by step procedures for doing the task. CBTs.STS 3D1X3 PROFICIENCY CODE KEY Task Performance Levels SCALE VALUE 1 2 3 4 a b c d A B C D DEFINITION: The individual Can do simple parts of the task. CBTs. CDCs. (HIGHLY PROFICIENT) Can name parts. (EXTREMELY LIMITED) Can do most parts of the task. Needs to be told or shown how to do most of the task. The training to satisfy this requirement is either provided through OJT. CDCs. Needs only a spot check of completed work. (ADVANCED THEORY) Can identify basic facts and terms about the subject. The training to satisfy this requirement is either provided through OJT. Needs help only on hardest parts. Can tell or show others how to do the task. (PRINCIPLES) Can analyze facts and principles and draw conclusions about the subject. This mark is used alone instead of a scale value to show that no proficiency training is provided in the course or CDC. (7) When this code is used in the Core Task Column it indicates the CFM has mandated this task as a core 7-level requirement. isolate and resolve problems about the task. (FACTS) Can identify relationship of basic facts and state general principles about the subject. This mark is used alone in course columns to show that training is required but not given due to limitations in resources. When this code is used in the Core Task Column it indicates that the qualification is a local determination. (5) When this code is used in the Core Task Column it indicates the CFM has mandated this task as a core 5-level requirement. **Subject Knowledge Levels *Task Knowledge Levels 35 Attachment 2 . (OPERATING PRINCIPLES) Can predict. (COMPETENT) Can do the complete task quickly and accurately. (Example: b and 1b) A subject knowledge scale value is used alone to define a level of knowledge for a subject not directly related to any specific task. (ANALYSIS) Can evaluate conditions and make proper decisions about the subject. (PARTIALLY PROFICIENT) Can do all parts of the task. (PROCEDURES) Can identify why and when the task must be done and why each step is needed. or a combination. or for a subject common to several tasks. or a combination.

STS 3D1X3 THIS BLOCK IS FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES ONLY Personal Data – Privacy Act of 1974 PRINTED NAME OF TRAINEE (Last. Middle Initial) INITIALS (Written) LAST 4 OF SSAN PRINTED NAME OF TRAINER AND CERTIFYING OFFICIAL AND WRITTEN INITIALS N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I 36 Attachment 2 . First.

TO 00-25-213 5 5 2b 2b 5 5 5 5 A A A B A A - 5 5 A A A A A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 37 Attachment 2 .4.2.4.5.4.3. paras 2. Structure 1. 91-64.4. chap 2. 2.4. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 1. Air Force Specialty Code 3D1X3 1. AFSC core competencies 1.4. 91-301.2.4. TR: AFOSH Std 91-50.6.2.13 and 2.-2. TR: AFOSH Std 48-9.STS 3D1X3 3. AFMAN 36-2101.1. Customer relations 1. AFOSH Standards for AFSC 2.1. 33-115 Vol 1.4. Practice Safety Precautions 2. & 3.4. Explain duties of AFSC 1.14. Progression within Air Force Specialty Code 3D1X3 1. In Radio Frequency (RF) hazard environments. and command and local directives 2. TR: AFOSH Std 91-50.4. TASKS.3.2. Part I 1. Maintenance actions. Around high voltage equipment 2. TO 31Z-10-4.3.15. When handling hazardous materials. Read CFETP 3D1X3. ORM 2. AFOSH Std 91-68.4. OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT (ORM) TR: AFIs 90-901.3. TO 42B5-1-2.1. Certification for OJT 1. RF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS CAREER FIELD TR: AFH 33-337. Explain responsibilities of AFSC 1. 91-501 2. Associated career family AFSCs 2. and command and local directives 2. Working with compressed gas cylinders. Qualifications 1.4. 2.4.4.5. chap 2. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 91302. AFIs 10-401.15. Hazards of the AFSC 2. 3D1X3 CFETP 1.4.3.1. 2.6.4. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Energized equipment. AFOSH STDs 91-50.

2. Air Force 3. Conduct Job Safety Analysis 2. TASKS.5. TO 00-5-18-WA-1 5 A 5 - 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A A A A A - - 38 Attachment 2 .5. 12. Fire protection procedures.4. Commercial/vendor publications 3.2. and attachments.2.4. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. sec B. PUBLICATIONS AND DIRECTIVES TR: AFIs 33-Series.5.8.4. TO 00-25245. TR: AFOSH Std 91-50. paras 7-7. and 4. AFQTP 3DXXX232A.8.7.8. Maintain 2. Safety and personal protective equipment.6.71.1.6. AF Records Distribution System. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 2.2. 2. Conduct inspections 3. DISA Publications 3. http://www.epublishing.5.2. TR: AFOSH Std 91-10. Describe fire protection procedures for electronic equipment 2. chaps 1.af. and command and local directives 2. Describe Technical Order System.2. AFOSH Std 91-66. Manage work center program 2. TO 00-5-1-WA1. Describe fire protection procedures for critical communications facilities 2. Document AF Forms 55 2.3.mil/ 3.7. TR: AFI 63-101.3. AFI 91-301. Allied Communications Publications (ACP) 3. ch 2. chap 1.4.7. thru 2.1.3. Use 2.1 Department of Defense (DOD) / Joint 3. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.3. and command and local directives 2. Certification for OJT 1.7.8. Describe classes of extinguishers 2. sec C. AFOSH Std 91-66.7. command and local directives 2.STS 3D1X3 3.6. chap 2. 13. Inspect 2.1.5.3.8. Perform general housekeeping 2.1. Technical Orders (TO) 3. Work center safety program TR: AFI 91-202.

Military Standard (MIL STD) 3.jsp applicable TO index 3.g. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. TASKS. Policy 4. Information Operations.2. Security tools 4.9. and applicable TCTOs 3.af. and applicable TCTOs 3. 18. Locate TO numbers and titles in each TO index TR: TO 00-5-1-WA-1. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Identify and explain US Codes (e. 18 and 50 4. Certification for OJT 1.2. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. homeland defense.mil/gcssaf61/ETIMS/index.my. US Charter Paradigm.af. Network Management Components 4.2.5. AFI 33150.6. Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA)/ Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) 3.10. https://www.3. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 3.af.3.g. TO 00-5-18-WA-1. http://www. Prepare local work cards.my.2.pdf. Use publications when performing work 4.mil/doctrine/new_ pubs/jp3_13. 50) (e.mil/gcssaf61/ETIMS/index. Constitutional Authority.4. System Monitoring - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - 5 2b A A - - - - - A - - - - - - - 39 Attachment 2 . Implement Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) procedures and document completion TR: AFCSM 21-568 (V2) https://www.STS 3D1X3 3.2. Posse Comitatus.6.2.mil/gcssaf61/ETIMS/index.jsp.dtic. 32. Identify Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) procedures TR: AFCSM 21-568 (V2) https://www. 15. TO 00-5-15-WA-1. AFI 33150.2.1.6. USC TITLE 10. checklists and job guides TR: TO 00-5-1-WA-1. legal aspects of rules of engagement.6. TO 00-5-15. Standard Installation Practices Technical Order (SIPTO) 3.jsp. and command and local directives 3.my.7.1. Titles 10. Rules of Engagement (ROE) 4. Schmidt Analysis) 4.4.8. LEGAL/ETHICS TR: AFDD 2-5.

4.1.3. AFIs 33-129.2. Critical information 5.2. Identify insecurities 5. 33-2 5. sec E.4.3. AFPD 31-4.1.1.1. sensitive personnel information) 5.2. DOD 5200. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. paras 20.5.2.3.1 thru 19.6.2. Communications Security (COMSEC) TR: AFIs 31-401.3.6.3. AFKAG1&2. For Official Use Only (FOUO) 5. AFPD 10-7 5. Protect COMSEC material TR: AFI 33-201(V2). Declassification process 5. Report insecurities 5. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.g.3.5.1 thru 19. paras19. AFPDs 31-4. 33-2 5. Definition 5.3. Store Controlled Cryptographic equipment TR: AFI 33-201(V2).1. 33138.3. sec E.2.3.3. Information safeguards 5. Relationship of OPSEC to other security programs 5. C4I SECURITY TR: ACP 122.1.5 and local COMSEC directives 5.4.6. Privacy Act (PA) 5.2. Vulnerabilities 5. Special Data protection (e. 33-332.1.1. AFMAN 33-326. Classification process 5.4.1 thru 20. Sensitive Unclassified 5. 33-219. Operations Security (OPSEC) TR: AFI 10-701.1-R 5.3.4.2. TASKS. Classified 5. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 4. paras19.2. sec E.2. Definition 5.4.3. Definition 5. Safeguarding information 5. Store COMSEC material equipment TR: AFI 33-201(V2).2.3.5 and local COMSEC directives - - - - - - - B B - - - - - B - - - - - A A A A - - 5 5 5 5 5 - B B B B A - - - - - - - - - - - - 40 Attachment 2 .1.1.STS 3D1X3 3. Information Security TR: AFI 31-401.3.6.2.4. Certification for OJT 1.2.1 and local COMSEC directives 5. 33-201V2/V3. Vulnerabilities 5. Background 5.2.1.4.

5. Vulnerabilities 5.4. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. AFPD 10-7. AFPD 31-1 5.3. AFPD 33-2 5. and local directives 5.14 and local COMSEC directives 5.3. Emission Security (EMSEC) TR: AFI 33-203V1. Notifications 5.1 thru 23.3. and cryptographic security violations TR: AFI 33-201(V2/V3). paras 22. paras 27 thru 32 and local directives 5.6. Definition 5. Certification for OJT 1.4. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 5. Definition 5.5.5. Explain procedures for destroying cryptographic equipment and materials TR: AFI 33-201(V2).4 and local COMSEC directives 5. and local directives 5.9. Explain how to report physical. Secure area access management 5. Protect Major Command/Field Operating Agency (MAJCOM/FOA) Mission Critical Information TR: AFI 10-701.4.3.2 and local COMSEC directives 5.3.4. Identify insecurities 5.8. TASKS.12. para 21.10.4. Computer Security (COMPUSEC) TR: AFIs 33-200.6. Facility security requirements - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B B B B - - 5 5 5 5 5 - B B B B A - - 5 - - A B B - - 41 Attachment 2 . Physical Security TR: AFI 31-101.5. sec F. Report insecurities 5. 33-207.2. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.6.3.3. paras 23.2.4.STS 3D1X3 3.1 thru 21.11.4.3. Inventory COMSEC documents and/or equipment TR: AFI 33-201(V2). Protected Distribution System (PDS) 5.3. Page check COMSEC documents TR: AFI 33-201(V2).1. AFPD 33-2 5. sec F.1.2. MAJCOM/FOA directives. Processing classified information 5.5. Definition 5.5.7.5. personnel. Vulnerabilities 5. sec F.1 thru 22. sec G.6.1.3. Post amendments to COMSEC documents TR: AFI 33-201(V2).

1.2. and local directives 5 - - - - 5 5 5 - - B B B B B B - - 5 - B A B - - - - A A A - - - - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 42 Attachment 2 . Identify violations procedures 5. Evaluate newly assigned personnel and identify individual training requirements TR: Applicable AFI 36-2201. AFJQS 3DXXX-201H. 362201.2.4.1. TASKS.1.6. 33-150.6.3.1. Information Assurance TR: AFI 33-200 5.1. Local directives 7.2.STS 3D1X3 3.7. Conduct On-the-Job Training (OJT) TR: AFI 36-2201. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 5.8.6.1.3. TO 0033A-1001-WA-1 7.3. 63-501.6.5. Integrated Technical Reference Model (iTRM) 7. MANAGEMENT OF PROCESSES TR: AFIs 33-104. Definition 5. Certification for OJT 1. Management Policies 7.6.2. 64-102. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. AFTTP 3-2.4.3. Classified waste 5.7. IT REQUIREMENTS TR: AFI 33-401.6. Storage 5.6. Lifecycle 6.7.6. AFJQS 3DXXX-232A. 63-1101.6.1. 63-124.1. AFPD 36-5. Transport 5. Report violations procedures 5. Destruction 5. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.1.6.22 6. Document Training 7. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 39.3. AFI 33-150.6. Certification and accreditation process 5.6. Training 7. Information Conditions (INFOCON) 6. AFJQS 3DXXX-232A.6.5.3. Marking 5.6. Applicable CFETP.3.6. Staffing and Utilization 7. Procurement 6. 64-1.1.6.1. OMB Circular A-130.2. Classified material control 5. Handling 5.6. Equipment Readiness 7.1.

1. TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2). Evaluate Equipment 7. chap 3 7.4.1.STS 3D1X3 3. Perform self inspection 7.1. chap 25. Reparability Category Code Discrepancies TR: AFJI 21-106. Quality Assurance (QA) 7.7.5.7. chap 3.7.1. AFJQS 3DXXX-232A 7.6.5.1.4.1.4. Maintain supply listings and reports (D04.7. Training Business Area 7.3.7.3. Report Uniform Source. part 13.1. Certification for OJT 1. Recoverability.2.1.5. chap 5 7.1.1.1. TASKS.5.5. 00-25-195-WA-1 7. Research and identify part and stock numbers TR: Applicable equipment TOs.7.1.4. M30. part 13.1. Communications Focal Point REF ALREADY REMOVED 7. Logistics Support 7.6. Asset Inventory Management System 7.1.1. Automated Information Systems (AIS) 7.1. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 7. and local directives 5 - - - - 7 - - - - 5 7 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 43 Attachment 2 . Submit Price Challenges TR: AFMAN 23-110.3.2.1. or equivalent Core Automated Maintenance System [CAMS]) TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2). Report Item and Packaging Discrepancies TR: AFJMAN 23-215 7. Evaluate quality of OJT and provide trainee feedback TR: AFI 36-2201.3. Remedy 7. part 4 7. Federal Logistics (FEDLOG) program 7. vol 7.1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. Submit Deficiency Reports TR: TO 00-35D-54-WA-1.4. chap 1. D23.1.7.7.1. D18. Document results 7. Develop Master Training Plan 7.7. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. TOs 00-20-3.5. Maintenance and Recoverability Code and Air Force Expendability.1.3.1.1.2.4. Use/maintain bench stock.5.4. part 2. Integrated Maintenance Data System 7.

1. Initiate contract repair (AF Form 9) TR: AFI 64-102.7. part 13.1. TASKS.1.8.10. Report Status 7.STS 3D1X3 3. Process and control repair cycle assets Due In For Maintenance (DIFM) TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2). part 13.1. TO 00-20-3-WA-1.7.7. Control Configuration - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 5 7 - - - - - 5 - - - - - 7 - - - - 44 Attachment 2 .13.1.7.8.15. secs 8C and 8F. chap 24.9.8. attach 24A4 and 24A5.5. part 2.8.1.1.1.1. Document actions 7. chap 8. Describe procedures for recovering and turning in precious metals TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2). chaps 2 and 3. Production Work Centers TR: AFQTP 3DXXX-232A.1. chap 1. Report Technical Order Improvements TR: TO 00-5-1-WA-1 7.10. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 7.1.11.3. chap 3 7. part 2.1. part 13. AFQTP 3DXXX-200D 7. chap 6. chap 19. chap 8. Initiate Not Repairable This Station (NRTS) actions TR: AFI 33-150. part 13. Command and local directives 7. AFMAN 23-110 (V2) part 13.1.7. Deployed Processes 7.8. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.1. chaps 3 and 6. chap 3. chap 24. Maintain Custodian Authorization/Custody Receipt Listing (CA/CRL) equipment accounts TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2).7. TO 00-20-3-WA1.1. and local directives 7. and Table 2-1 7.8. Certification for OJT 1. Report Publication Errors and Form Deficiencies TR: AFI 33-360V2 7. sec 8H. chap 3 7. AFMAN 23-110 (V2).12. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. and local directives 7. and Table 1-1 7.8. AFMAN 23-110 (V2).1. TO 00-20-3-WA1.1. Use/maintain supply point stock TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2). Request and validate adjusted stock levels (special levels) TR: AFMAN 23-110 (V2).10. Develop work schedules 7.9.4.2.1. Modification Management 7.8.7.1. AFMAN 23-110 (V2) part 13. part 2.

5. Air Force Portal TR: AF EIM CONOP. Quality assurance personnel 7.12. AF EIM Strategy.STS 3D1X3 3.11.1.2. Policy 7.3.1.12. Internet policy familiarization 7.3.1.3.1.12. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.1.2.2.2. Time and material 7.2.1.1.1.12. Quality Assurance Program Coordinator 7. CIPS CVC tool 7.12. Enterprise Information Management (EIM) 7.1. Air Force Portal Content Publishing Training Guides 7.1.2.1.1.1. PCOE) 7.1. Performance based 7.3. Electronic Communications 7. AFMANs 33-128.6.2.12. 33-326.1. Blanket Purchase Agreement (e. Initiate Modification Proposals TR: AFI 63-1101 7.4.2. Responsibilities 7.12.10.2. Firm fixed price 7. E-mail etiquette 7.1.1.3. 33-129.12.12. Program objectives 7.1. Information Management TR: AFH 33-337. AFPD 33-3 7. E-mail Management 7.3. Sole source 7.1. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 7.11. Types of Contracts 7.1.2. AF Portal Publishing Training Site.12. TASKS.12. Unit contract monitor 7.2.3.1.2.1.2.2.1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 33-321.1. 37-104 (will convert to AFI 33-396). Cyberspace infrastructure planning system 7. Indefinite delivery indefinite quantity 7.1.3.3.1. Certification for OJT 1.g.4.1.2. CSIRs 7.1.3.3.2.1.3. AFIs 33-119.11. Functional director/commander 7. Roles 7.12. AFWAY. Definition - - - - - - - A - - - 7 7 7 7 7 - - - - - - - - - - - A A - - - - A A - - - - A A - - - - A - - 45 Attachment 2 .12.1.1.2. Administrative Contract Management TR: AFQTP 3DXXX-213R 7.2.

Business rules for electronic files (e-files) 7.1.1.2.3. 38-101. AFIs 33-101. Records Management Program TR: AFIs 33-322. Electronic Records (ERecords) Environment Management 7.7. Community of Practice (CoP) 7. Capabilities 7. MAJCOM Functional Manager 7.3.4.4. Cutoff procedures (paper /electronic) 7.3.2. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.5. Responsibilities 7.4.3.5. Resource Management - A - - - - A A - - - - - A B A - - - - B - - - - B B A B - - 7 7 7 - A A A - - 46 Attachment 2 .1. SharePoint 7.2. Managing deployed records 7. AFMAN 37-104. 33-3. 33-364. AFQTP 3D0X1-225E .4.4. AF Electronic Records Management Solution Guide. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 7.4.4. 36-2845.4. 362201. Base Functional Manager 7. Responsibilities 7.2. 33-363.1.3.4.5.1. Program objectives 7. Certification for OJT 1.4. 3D1X3 CFETP 7.5.STS 3D1X3 3.2.5.3. Collaborative Tools 7. Functional Management TR: AFECD. AFMANs 37-104 (will convert to AFI 33-396).4.1.5. TASKS. AFPDs 331. Destruction 7.5.1.4. Defense Connect Online (DCO) 7.4.3.1.3. AF Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) 7.4.6.4.1.3. Files Maintenance Disposition Plan (Paper/Electronic) 7.4. CORE & WARTIME TASKS - A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. AF Career Field Manager 7. File and retrieve documents 7.5.4.5.2. Definition of official records 7.

2.3.4.6. AFIs 10-401. Unit Type Code 8. Utilization and Training Workshop (U&TW) 7. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 7.3. Authorization /Organizational Change Request process 7. AEF Tempo Banding 8. Manpower studies 7.g.5.3. 33-201V2. Enabler Forces 8.2.1.2.2. Job rotations 7.2. Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) 8.2. TASKS.3.5.5.2.4.g.2.1. Designed Operational Capability (DOC) 8.2.1. Workshops 7. AFMAN 23-110 8. CORE & WARTIME TASKS - A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.5. MANFOR) - A - - - 7 - - A A A - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 7 7 - A A A - - 47 Attachment 2 .3.2.5.2. Manpower standards 7.2. Comm and Info awards program 7.2. Unified/Combatant Commands (COCOM) 8.3.2.1.4.5.2.3.1. Equipment (e.4.3.5.4. 21-109.2. Deployment Planning and Execution 8. LOGDET) 8.2.3.2. Training Advisory Groups 7. Describe the Concepts of Aerospace Expeditionary Force (AEF) Employment 8.STS 3D1X3 3.2.5. Describe the following Unit Type Code (UTC) processes 8. Certification for OJT 1.1.3.2.3. 10403. Describe Joint Task Force (JTF) Organizational Structure 8.5.2.5.1.4. TR: AFDD 2-4. Manpower products 7.1.1.3.1.1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.2. Occupational survey 8.3. Commander Air Force Forces (COMAFFOR) 8.1. Development 8.5. EXPEDITIONARY COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION (C&I) CONCEPTS.3. AEF UTCs 8.2. Air Force Component Commander (AFCC) 8. Allocating personnel 7.5. Personnel (e. Defined 8.2.2.

8. Generate the Mission 8.8. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 8. Establish the Air Base 8.1. 8.3.7. Status of Resources and Training (SORTS) 8.8.6.Contingency Response Groups 9. 8. Posturing 8.3.8.3. Sourcing 8.4.7.5. Open the Air Base 8.6.1.5. 9. Operate the Air Base 8.6. AEF UTC Reporting Tool (ART) 8.2. Engineering Installation 9. 8. Develop load plan. Robust the Air Base 8.8.7. 8.1.7.3.8. Understand Force Module communications support concept. C4ISR Platforms 9. Determine requirements for constructing deployment site utility grids.5.5.7.1.6.7. Determine site configuration requirements 8.1.1. MAJCOM and Local Directives 9. Explain pallet build-up procedures. Ground Theater Air Control Systems (Air Control Squadrons) 9.1.8.1.5.1. Explain hazardous cargo preparation.8.2. Command and Control 8. Air Support Operations Centers - - - - 7 - - - - 7 7 7 7 7 7 - - - - - - - - - - - A A A A - - - - A A A - - 48 Attachment 2 .1. Deployable COMM missions: 9.7.4.5. TYPICAL DEPLOYABLE COMM MISSIONS TR: AFPAM 10-100.1.8.5. CORE & WARTIME TASKS 7 7 A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. Certification for OJT 1. Prepare documentation.4. 8. Determine site selection requirements.7. 8.1. TASKS.1.2. Air Operations Centers 9. Readiness Status Reporting 8.6.STS 3D1X3 3.8.2. Determine site preparation requirements.1. 8.4.2. Theater Deployable Communications (TDC) 9. Deployment Procedures 8. Deployable Air Traffic Control Systems (DATCALS) 9.

8.6. Global Combat Support Systems (GCSS) 10. Global Hawk 9.2.1.02C.8. ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS TR: AFI 13 Series.3.4. Battle Control System – Fixed 10.5.1. American Forces Network (AFN) 9. Global Information Grid (GIG) 10.1.8.7.4.4.2. Nuclear Command and Control Systems TR: AFQTP 3DXXX-232A 10.3.5. Combat Information Transport System (CITS) 10. Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) 10.2. Theater Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS) 10.5. Global Command and Control Systems (GCCS) 10.2.6. TASKS.9.8. Defense Switched Network (DSN) 10. National Security Agency (NSA) Net 10.1. Global Positioning System (GPS) 10. National Military Command Center (NMCC) 10. Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN) 10.5.6.5.9. Aeromedical Evacuation Support 10.9.7. Certification for OJT 1.STS 3D1X3 3. Unmanned Aerospace Systems (UAS) 9. Joint Pub 6-0 10. Strategic Automated Command and Control System (SACCS) B A A A A A A A A A A A A A - - - A A A A B B B - - - - A A A - - 49 Attachment 2 .1.1.1.5.5.8. Global Broadcast Service (GBS) 10.8. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 9.3. Predator/Reaper 9. Secure Networks 10.5.7.8.4. Global High Frequency Network 10. Joint World-wide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) 10. Installation Notification and Warning System 9.4.1. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.8.8. Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET) 10.8. Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) 10.9.1.5.1.9. Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) 10. CJCSI 6211. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.8.

Enterprise Service Unit (ESU).4. Defensive 12. Air Force Network Operations (AFNETOPS) 11.3.10.2.1. Integrated Network Operations Security Center (INOSC).4. Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) 10.4. Offensive 12. Air Force Network Operations Center (AFNOC).2. 11.2. Other (e. Area Processing Center (APC). 11. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 10.2. AFI 33-115V1. Certification for OJT 1.5.1. Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) 10.9. TASKS. Missions 12. CYBER OPERATIONS TR: AFDD 3-12 12. Exploitation 12.3.4.STS 3D1X3 3. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 11.4.3.2. Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) 12. Influence Operations (IFO).2. Expeditionary Communications Squadron 11.3. 38-101 11.2.1. Military Strategic and Tactical Relay (MILSTAR) Satellite 10.4. Identify Tactical Data Link (TADL) networks 12.11. Control Systems (e.4.3.4. Space Systems Elements TR: AFQTP 3DXXX-232A 10. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.10.10. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks) 12. Network Warfare Fundamentals 12. DoD Teleports & Standard Tactical Entry Points TR: AFQTP 3DXXX-232A 11. Electronic Warfare (EW)) 12.4.3.4. Combat Communications Squadron 11. Communication Squadron 11.1.2.3. Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network (MEECN) 10.g.1. Network Exploitation Capabilities 12.2. 11.5.2.9. Structure 12.3.g. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE TR: AFPD 13-3.1. Cyber Capabilities - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - A A A - - - - B B B B B - - - - A - - - - A A A A - - - - - A A A - - 50 Attachment 2 .

STS 3D1X3 3.5.3 Virtual Private Network (VPN) 13.4 Input/output (I/O) Devices 13. Checklists. Certification for OJT 1.2.g.4.2. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.4.2. Bus.2.6.1. Connectionless Oriented Communication 13. Ports (IP) 13.2.2.2.2.2.1.2.2.7.2.1.1.1. Techniques and Procedures (TTP) 13. Scanners.1. Information Superiority 12.2 Network Types 13. etc) 13.1. DoD Standards Protocol 13. Connection Oriented Communication 13.4.4.2. GIG-E) 5 5 - B B B B B - - - - B - - - - B B - - 5 5 5 5 - B B A B A - - 5 5 5 5 5 5 - B A A A A A - - 5 5 5 5 5 - A A A A A - - 51 Attachment 2 . Ring. Component Principles 13.2. BASIC COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS 13.4.4.1. ISDN.3. IPv4/IPV6 13. TASKS.2.2. Role of cyber operations in achieving military and national goals and objectives 12.1. Air Force Network Operations Center (AFNOC) Role 12.4 Topologies (Star. FAX.6 Peripherals (Printers.1. International Standards Organization (ISO) Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) Model 13. Standard Operating Instructions (SOP).6.5 Theory and operation of switching devices (e. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 12.1.2 Wireless 13.2.3. MAN) 13.5.1.1. Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) Role 12.1.4. Communications/Network Protocols 13. TCP/IP 13.2. WAN. etc) 13.1 Wired ( LAN.1. Central Processing Unit (CPU) 13.2. ATM.1. Components 13.2.5 Storage Devices 13.3 Computer memory 13. hybrid. Tactics.4.2.2.1.1. Affects on adversary decision makers 12. Network Theory/Components 13.

3.2. 14.1.2. Nuclear 14.3. TASKS. Network Devices 13. BIOLOGICAL.2.3.g. Switches 13. Communications Mediums 13.3.4.3.2. Identify and prioritize mission/service restoration 14.2. LINUX) 13. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.3. UNIX.1.5.6.6 Software 13.g.2. Implement 14.2.2. Individual protective equipment & personal protective equipment (IPE/PPE) 5 5 5 A A B A A A A A A A - - - - - - - - - - - 52 Attachment 2 .2.3.3.3.6. Report suspicious activities 14. Operating Systems (e. Joint and Coalition 14.1.STS 3D1X3 3.4. Bridges/routers 13. 10-2501 14.4.3. Warning systems.5 Encryption Devices 13. COUNTER-CHEMICAL.1. Infectious and malicious Software 14. Identify and mark CBRNE to include unexploded ordinance 14.1.3.2. Respond to alarm conditions.1. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Radiological 14.3.2. Modems 13. 14.4. Air Force 14. Certification for OJT 1. Chemical 14. Excel.5 LAN Architecture 13. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 13.1. Post-attack reconnaissance 14. Windows. Word. Multiplexers 13. signals and reporting procedures.1 Describe threats 14. Mission Oriented Protective Postures.2.2. 14.3.3.1. Post-attack personnel accountability 14.3.6.3.2.4.3.1. Applications (e. RADIOLOGICAL and NUCLEAR TR: AFPAM 10-100. Biological 14.3. Describe 14.3.1. Power Point) 13.2.

Certification for OJT 1.2.2. 15.4.1. CompTIA Network+ 2009: Network Fundamentals (cs_ctnt_a01_it_enus ). Perform self aid and buddy care 14.11.8. 3D1XX Common Fundamentals Training Tracks.4.1. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.2. 15.7.2.1.12 Risk Management Planning (proj_13_a01_bs_enus) 7 - 7 - - - - 7 - - - - 7 - - - - 7 - - - - 7 - - - - 53 Attachment 2 . 15.7. Inspect and maintain 14. and Control (proj_06_a02_bs_enus) 15. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.1. Introduction to Signals and Signal Transmission (84650 ENG).1.6.1.10.3.1. Project Management Process Groups (proj_05_a03_bs_enus) 15.2.4.mil/faf/FAF/faf Home.2. Monitoring. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 14.1.1.4. Integrated Project Execution.1. Perform contaminated personnel movement 14.3. Integrated Project Change Control and Close (proj_06_a03_bs_enus) 15.1. Ground Crew Ensemble 14. Project Management Overview (proj_05_a02_bs_enus) 15.) 15. AIR FORCE COMPUTER BASED TRAINING (Note 1) TR: https://www.4.4.1.1.2. Integrated Initiation and Planning (proj_06_a01_bs_enus) 15.2.STS 3D1X3 3.4.4. Execute work-rest cycles and hydration standards 14. CompTIA Network+ 2009: Wide Area Networks - - - - - - - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - 5 - - - - (cs_ctnt_a06_it_enus) 15.af.4. Introduction to Communications Methods and Equipment (110725 ENG).1.jsp (Under IT E-Learning) 15. Perform decontamination procedures 15.1. Perform critical mission tasks 14.4.2.6. 15.2. Introduction to Telecommunications (72111_ENG).my. Wear 14. Techniques for Improved Time Management (pd_01_a02_bs_enus.5.5. 15.1 Requirements and Limitations 14.9.4. TASKS.

18. Bit Error Rate Test Set 16.11. 15.4.1. Infrared Tester 16.1.20.1. Oscilloscope 16. Frequency Generator 16.1. Wavemeter 16.1. TO 33K-1-100-1 16.1.26.1. Certification for OJT 1. Wireless Communication Basics 21927_ENG 16.19.1. TASKS.13.16. limitations and perform equipment maintenance using the following test equipment: 16. Earth Ground Tester 16.9. Breakout box 16. Audio Oscillator 16. Power Meter 16.1. TR: Applicable technical publications. SPECIALIZED TOOLS. 16.1.22. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 15.1. 3D1X3 RF Transmission Systems Track.1.2.5.1.8.1.1. Multimeter 16.1. Communications System Analyzer 16.1.25.14.7.1.6. RMS Voltmeter 16.1.2.3. capabilities.1. Distortion Analyzer 16.24.2. Built-in test equipment 16. Wattmeter 16.1.23. Noise Figure Meter 17.1.12.1.STS 3D1X3 3.15. Megaohmeter 16.1.10. - - - - - 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 - 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - A A A A A A A A A A A - - - 54 Attachment 2 .1. TEST EQUIPMENT TR: Applicable test equipment technical orders. Sweep Generator 16. Insulation Test Set 16. Function Generator 16. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.21.17. Identify principles.1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. RF Signal Generator 16.1.27. Dummy Load 16.1. Frequency counter 16. Optical Time Domain Reflectometer 16. Time Domain Reflectometer.1.1. Network/Protocol Analyzer 16. Spectrum Analyzer 16.

7.2.4. 17.4. 18. Copper cables 18.2. 18. Fusion Splicer 17. 31-10-13.g. Shielding 18.6.2. Certification for OJT 1. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 17.7. STANDARD PRACTICES.STS 3D1X3 3.1.8.6. Explain landline concepts: 18. CORE & WARTIME TASKS - A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Fiber Optic Source and Meter 18. Coaxial cables 18. Interconnection. State facts related to the following practices: 18.3.1. Cable labeling and installation documentation 18.8.1.2.4.5. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.3. Fiber optics installation concepts 18. Inspection. 17. Tone generator.3. EMSEC suppression techniques 18. TR: AFI 32-1065. signal format) 18. Fiber optic cable 18.8.4.1. Configuration.4. American Public Works Association Policy and American National St. Bonding 18. 31W3 10-20. 31-10-11. Transit 17. Marking and identifying underground utilities 18.1. TRI-TAC. 31-141-1 series. pinouts. Grounding 18. TOs 00-25-234.8. Installation. 18. 17. 18. TASKS.1.5. Lan Tester 17.1. Light Source 17. Lightning protection - - - - 5 5 5 7 - - A A A A B B A - - - - - - - - A A A A A A A A - - 55 Attachment 2 .3.7. Concepts of: 18. 31-10-24.3.8.7.1. 31-10-7.7.2.7. Inductive amplifier. Interfacing considerations (e. Amphenol tool.1. MIL-STD 2000A 18.8. Wire color-coding standards 18.

10.2 Visual Inspection 18. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 18.11.11. 19. TR: TO 31-1-141 Series 19.1.2.1.3.6. Electrostatic Discharge TR: AFQTP3DXXX-202A Electrostatic Discharge Handbook 18. A 5 5 5 A A A - 5 - - - - - - A A A A A A A A - - - A A - A A A A - - 56 Attachment 2 . Remove 18.9.10. 20.9.STS 3D1X3 3. Frequency Modulation (FM).1 Locate Elements 18.9. Inverters 20. 20. Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS). Concepts 18. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. Principles 18. Bandwidth. 20.3. Packaging and Storing 18.10.4. 19. Pulse Code Modulation (PCM).1. 19. TASKS. 19. ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS TR: Commercial Manuals 20. Rectifiers 20. Certification for OJT 1. Amplitude Modulation (AM).1. Light wave communications.4. Generators 21. Batteries.2. CRYPTO PRINCIPLES 21. 19.9.2.1. Switched electrical power systems.2. Common cryptology methods. Handling. 19. 19. Error detection and correction.10. Phase Modulation (PM).1.11 Equipment Familiarization 18.3. 20.1. Asynchronous and synchronous communication modes.1 Alphanumerics 18.5.11. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. COMMUNICATIONS PRINCIPLES.12 Basic Troubleshooting Techniques 19. Install 18.3. Equipment grounding and Lightning Protection 18.7.8.6.5. Perform inspection and maintenance 18.

7.5. html - A A 2b B B - - - - A A B 2b 2b 2b B - - - - A A 2b B - - - - A B - - - - A - - - - A - - 57 Attachment 2 .4. Operate a mass alert system. TR: TO 31R4-2PSN11/13 Series or applicable commercial manuals 23.2.5 Operate a GPS receiver. capabilities and limitations of UHF.1. GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM RECEIVER. capabilities and limitations TR: DISA Circular 800-70-1. Setup and teardown. 22. Align.gov/dmsp.6. 23.noaa. Principles. 22. MULTI CHANNEL SATELLITE SYSTEMS 24. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 21. capabilities and limitations. 23. Function of controls and indicators. 21.1 Principles. Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) purpose. 24. 22. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.8.3. Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) purpose. Functions of modules. 23. 22. SHF. Principles.4 Configure 23. Certification for OJT 1. 24.3 Perform operational checks 23. Configure. 22.2. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.9.2 Function of controls and indicators.2. Commercial Manuals 22. EHF terminals. capabilities and limitations. INSTALLATION NOTIFICATION AND WARNING SYSTEMS (GIANT VOICE). TASKS.10.3. Chap 3 24.STS 3D1X3 3. 22. 22. TR: AFI 10-2501. 22.3. Operate selected cryptological equipment.ngdc.4. Troubleshoot and repair. Remove and replace subassemblies. capabilities and limitations TR: http://dmsp. Common crypto logical equipment. Perform operational checks. 21. 22.1. Common Fill Devices. 22.

2. capabilities and limitations 24. http://msl.4 Circuits (NIPR. capabilities and limitations. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.7.asp?fsID=96. capabilities and limitations TR: https://private. 25. SIPR.STS 3D1X3 3. http://www. Satellite Database 25. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.mil/mss/ http://www.af. Defense Support Program (DSP) purpose. capabilities and limitations.2.7.com/milnet/dsp.3. capabilities and limitations TR: http://www. DSN.7. Terminal Segment 25.asp?fsid=5 328 24. htm.mil/librar y/factsheets/factsheet. UHF Follow-on purpose.1. Airborne satellite antenna applications 25.milnet.5. MILSTAR purpose. MULTICHANNEL SATELLITE PRINCIPLES. Ku. capabilities and limitations 24. Command and Control Segment 25. X and Ka band purpose.mil/factsheets/facts heet.6.2. TR: http://www. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 24.jpl.af. 25. etc.losangeles.afca. Gateway Access Request 25.1.1. Satellite System Segments principles. Satellite look angle calculations. K. DRSN. 25.inmarsat.1. aspx 25.4.gov/programs/d sp.2. Acquisition and tracking principles. 25.3.1.6 Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) protection 25.af.mil/factsheets/facts heet. Commercial C. Satellite Access Request 25.3.af.iridium. http://www.html 24.nasa.5.com/default.asp?fsID=118 and http://www. TASKS. Certification for OJT 1. Commercial L band purpose.com.1. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) protection 25.4. Space Segment 25.8.1.) 25.1 Effects of flight on Antenna Propagation - - A - - - - A - - - - A A - - - - A - - - A A A A A A A A - - - 2b - B B B B A B B - - - - A - - 58 Attachment 2 .2. Satellite Access Processes 25.2.

12. Upconverters.8. Information Processing. 25. capabilities and limitations of modems.3.2. 25.1.13. Configure Promina.11.14. Tracking feed system.9.3. 25. Antenna drive systems. - - A - - - - B B B B B B - - - - B B B - - - - B B B - - - B B B - - - - B - - - A B - - - - A B - - - A 2b - - - 59 Attachment 2 . 25. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 25. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. Scanner. Tracking down converter. 25.2.14 Network Bandwidth Management Equipment 25.8. Principles. Timing and Frequency Standards. 25. Tracking Systems principles. Receiver 25. capabilities and limitations TR: Applicable TOs or manuals 25.10.13. capabilities and limitations of timing receivers. 25.2 Antenna configuration on airframes 25.8. Transmitter 25.1. 25. Principles. Low noise amplifiers (LNA). 25. Down converters.2. 25.2. 25.12.12. capabilities and limitations of multiplexers.2. Transmit Systems principles. 25.2.1.14. 25.2. 25. TASKS.14.8. capabilities and limitations TR: Applicable TOs or manuals 25. Timing and synchronization.11.8.1.13. 25.13. capabilities and limitations of timing and frequency distribution systems.4.11. Antenna position control and indicators.3. capabilities and limitations.2. Power amplifiers (PA). 25. Control. 25. capabilities and limitations TR: Applicable TOs and manuals 25.2. 25. Principles.STS 3D1X3 3.1.3.1. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. capabilities and limitations.11. Principles.5. 25.14.10.1 Principles.10.8. Receive Systems principles. monitoring and alarm equipment. 25. Promina Multiplexing equipment. Principles.7. Certification for OJT 1.10.

1.2.2. capabilities and limitations 26. Principles. Theater Deployable Communications (TDC) Crypto Module.8. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 25. TASKS.6.2. 25.14. TROPO theory 26. Certification for OJT 1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 27.5. Principles. capabilities and limitations. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.1. Report link status 27. 28.3. 27. TR: Applicable circuit/system standards.2. MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT.2. Calculate TROPO Total propagation Loss (TPL) 26. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT.2. Calculate TROPO median receiver input signal level 26. TO 31-1141-12 26. 27. Calculate TROPO Receive signal level (RSL) 26. LINK OPERATIONS. TR: Applicable DISA Circulars. Army Space Command (ASC) 1.14.01C.3. 26. capabilities and limitations.3. MIL-STD-188-100 27. Perform operational check.1. Calculate TROPO minimum receiver input signal level 26.2. 25.2. Identify circuit and link performance standards. Evaluate systems test data.2. 310-70-1 and 310-70-57.5.3.14. 27.STS 3D1X3 3. TR: TO 31-1-141-11.1.3. 25. CJCSI 6250. Line-of-sight radio systems principles.3. Troposcatter radio systems 26.2.2. Perform system testing. Calculate TROPO fade margin and reliability 26. Monitor circuit and link quality.2.7.6. System Control and Operational Concepts (SCOC) and TOs - 2b - - - - A 2b - - - - A B - - - A - B - - - - - A - - - 60 Attachment 2 .2. Calculate TROPO total path loss 27.7.14. manuals.4. Compile systems test data. 27. Perform operational check 26. Identify facts and terms associated with performance assessments.4. DISA Circulars 300175-9.

ntia.5.1.1. 28.5. TO 31-1-141-12 29. Accomplish the following DISA reports: TR: DISA Circulars 270-A85-1. SATCOM Equipment Reports (SERS).8. Antenna Waves 29.3. 28.1.STS 3D1X3 3. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.1. Beamwidth 29.12. Antenna site selection and configuration. Resonant & non resonant antennas 29. Helical 29. Identify the principles of establishing a communications link.5.1. Whip 29. Relationship of antenna height and take off angle 29. Law of Reciprocity 29.2. Dipole 29. HAZCON reports. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.8.6.1. 28. Array 29.14.doc. Calculate Electrical Length 29.9.4.1.13. Deployable antennas.5. 28. Parabolic 29.1. 29. Antenna Gain 29. Horn 29.10. Reflector 29.2.7. TASKS.4. Impedance Matching 29.2. Maintain station logs. Certification for OJT 1.3.1.3.6. Antenna Efficiency 29. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 28. Longwire 29. 310-55-1 and 800-70-1 28.1. 29.1. Deployable Equipment. Develop After Action Reports. ANTENNA PRINCIPLES. TR: http://www.11.1. 28. Common Antennas 29.gov.15.15. Mutual Interference 29.4. Identify Counter-Counter Measures facts and terms.7. 29. - - B A - - - - - - - - - A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A - A A A A A A A B A B B B B B A B B A - - - A - - - 61 Attachment 2 .1.2. Calculate physical length 29. Polarization 29.5.

4. 29. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. JAM RESISTANT COMMUNICATIONS.3. Frequency Hopping Theory 31. “HAVE QUICK Multi-service Tactics.1.1.3. Deployable antenna masts. TASKS. Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) 31. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION THEORY. Ionization 32.1.2.6. TR: ACP 190(C) 32.4. CJCSI 6231.1.1.2. Joint Tactical Radio System 32. Physical & non physical emissions from the sun 32. Spread Spectrum Theory 31.1.SINCGARS "Multiservice Communications Procedures for the SINCGARS" 31. Radio Wave Propagation 30.3.1. Multipathing 30. Reflection 30.1.4. Techniques and Procedures for HAVE QUICK Radios".01C "Link 16 Spectrum Deconfliction within the US&P". Freespace 30. Frequency Agile Systems 31.4.9.1.2.4.STS 3D1X3 3.15.3.1. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 29.15. Talk II . Jam Resistant Systems Employment 31. Diffraction 30. TR: TO 31-1-141 Series 30. TR: AFTTP(I) 3-2.1.4. Certification for OJT 1. Erect selected deployable antenna masts and antennas. Atmospheric attenuation 30.5.2. Recombination - A 2b - - - - - B B B B B B B B B - - - - B A - - - - A A B B A - - - - A A - - 62 Attachment 2 . Free space loss 30. Anomalous propagation 31.2. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.2. JSUG "JTIDS/MIDS Spectrum Users Guide". Have Quick Systems 31. 30.4.1.3. SOLAR IONOSPHERIC PHYSICS. Path loss 30. Refraction 30.

2.4.1.2.2. Critical frequency 32.2.2. Solar flares 32. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 32.2. Frequency Optimum Transmission (FOT) 32. Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) 33.6. DEPLOYABLE MULTIBAND SYSTEMS 35.7.3.3. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.9.5. CJCSM 332002C. Sunspots 32.2. Control. Ionospheric sounders 32. Sunspot number 32. Duplex/Repeater 33. Simplex 33.1.2. Earth’s atmosphere 32. Critical angle 32.2. TR: AFI 10-707. LAND MOBILE RADIO (LMR) TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS.1. Order wire systems 35. Antenna systems 35. Skywave Fundamentals 32.6.2. - A A A A A - - - - A A A A A A A A A - - - A A A B B A - - - - A - - - A B - - - B B A B B 2b 2b - - - 63 Attachment 2 . Air Force Spectrum Interference Resolution (AFSIR) Program 35. CORE & WARTIME TASKS - A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.1.8. 35.2.7.5.7.3. Skip Zone 32.4. Solar variations 32. Equipment user guide 34. Configure the baseband equipment.5.2. Monitor and Alarm system. Trunking 34.2. Skip distance 32.1. Lowest Usable Frequency (LUF) 32.1 Deployable multiband satellite terminals. 35. Perform power up/down procedures.4.STS 3D1X3 3. 35. TR: AFJQS 3D1XX-210W 33.6.1. Certification for OJT 1. RF SPECTRUM INTERFERENCE RESOLUTION. Power distribution system 35. TASKS.3.2. Maximum Usable Frequency (MUF) 32.1.1. Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution (JSIR) Program 34.

Establish voice and data communications services using network bandwidth management and multiplexing equipment. 35.14.1. Establish a mass alert system. 35.1.6. Function of controls and indicators.3.15.4. TASKS. EXPEDITIONARY COMMUNICATIONS CONCEPTS.13.9. Configure Control. 36. Establish UHF TACSAT link. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 36. Function of controls and indicators.12. Establish UHF line of sight communications.10. Establish communications services using microwave LOS radios. 35.3.mil 36.2. 37. Perform the following functions to establish deployed communication services: 36.14. Certification for OJT 1. 37. Function of controls and indicators.8. - 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - A B 2b - - - - A B 2b - - - - A - - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - 2b - - - - 2b - - - - A A - - - 64 Attachment 2 .5. Perform baseband equipment operational check. 36. configurations and limitations.3.14. 35. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Troposcatter Satellite Support Radio (TSSR). Capabilities.11.2. Principles 35. 35. Configure TSSR.2. 35.randolph.15.2. Interface external multiplexing equipment. Deployment Process 36. Configure the antenna system. Establish communications services using SHF SATCOM terminals. 35.1. Perform transmit and receive equipment operational check.7.1. Monitor and Alarm system. 36. 35. TR: https://aef.14. 35.2. 35. 36.2.2. Principles 35.15.1.af.2.15.afpc. EXPEDITIONARY VHF/UHF TRANSCEIVER 37. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 35. 36. TDC RF module.2. Configure TDC RF Module.2. Establish an HF command and control net.2.STS 3D1X3 3. Configure transmit and receive equipment. 36. 35.2.

Situation Awareness Data Link (SADL) 39. 38.doctrine. Capabilities and limitations.usmc.8.STS 3D1X3 3.mil/j6/cceb/acps https://www. Electronic combat phenomenon as it applies to/impacts RF systems. Enhanced Position Location Reporting System (EPLRS) TR: http://jcs.4. Operate the transceiver. Certification for OJT 1. 38. Advanced waveforms 39. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 37. 39. 4. Concepts of electronic attack (EA).3. Perform selected alignments. Perform selected Preventive Maintenance Inspections.6. B 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - A A B 2b 2b - - - - - A A A A A A - - - A A - - - - A A - - - A - - - - 2b - - - - - A A A - - 65 Attachment 2 . 38.5.1. 39. Methods of interfacing RF devices (radios) with computer networks.7. CORE & WARTIME TASKS - A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4.6. 41. Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) 40.4. 41.dtic.3. 37. 38. Troubleshoot to the Line Replaceable Unit. Link 16/TADIL J 39. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. 38. 37. BATTLEFIELD NETWORK LINKS. 37.1. 37. TASKS. 38.5.1.7. Function of modules.2. ELECTRONIC COMBAT. Perform Preventative Maintenance Inspection 38.3.3. Concepts of electronic warfare support (ES). Functions of controls and indicators. Troubleshoot to the LRU. Function of modules. Interface selected radio equipment with a computer network. TR: AFI 10-706 and AFT 51-45 41.1.mil/sig npubs/r3403a.pdf 39. RF DEVICES TO IP NETWORKING 40. Tactical Digital Information Link (TADIL) A 39.5. TADIL B 39. 44.6. Link 11 39.2. 40.2. Operate the HF transceiver. HIGH FREQUENCY (HF) TRANSCEIVER EQUIPMENT.2.

AFJQS3D1X3-207EB AN/GRC-206 (V) 5 Communications Central 42. ELECTRONIC COMBAT. AFJQS3D1X3-201TA Modular Control Equipment (Radios) 42.14.3. 42.STS 3D1X3 3. AFJQS3D1X3-206V ICBM UHF Communications System 42.1. 45. AFJQS3D1X3-207EC AN/PRC-104 Radio Set - - A - - - - A A A A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 66 Attachment 2 .2.1.15. AFJQS3D1X3-206TA OK423/G Control Monitor Group 42.4. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Electronic combat phenomenon as it applies to/impacts RF systems.6.4. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 41.13. AFJQS3D1X3-202E Ground Multi-band Terminal (GMT) 42. AFJQS3D1X3-204C AN/FSQ-143(V) Weapons Storage and Security System 42. AFJQS3D1X3-206G AN/PRC-117 Tactical Frequency Hopping Radio 42. AFJQS3D1X3-206Y AN/GSC-42 (V) AFSATCOM Terminal 42. 42. Certification for OJT 1.7. AFJQS3D1X3-205C AN/TSC-154 Secure Mobile AntiJam Reliable Tactical Terminal (SMART-T) 42.12. Concepts of electronic attack (EA). Concepts of electronic protection (EP). AFJQS3D1X3-203TC AN/GRC-239 Tropo Satellite Support Radio 42. AFJQS3D1X3-203TA AN/TRC-170 (V2) AND (V3) Mobile Tropo Radio Set 42. MPTO 00-33A-1001. Concepts of electronic warfare support (ES).11. TASKS. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. CFETP 3D1X3 45. 42.2.10. AFJQS3D1X3-206N AN/URC-119(V) HF Communications SystemMaintenance 42. Concepts of electronic protection (EP).8. TR: AFI 33-150. 42.. 36-2233. TR: AFI 10-706 and AFT 51-45 42.5. AFJQS3D1X3-200K TDC Transmission 42.3.9. AFJQS3D1X3-203V AN/PSC-5 Radio Set 42.4. AIR FORCE JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO AFSC 3D1X3.

STS 3D1X3 3. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2. AFJQS3D1X3-209F AN/UMQ-13.26.30. AFJQS3D1X3-209G Convoy Communications (CONCOMM) 42.18. AFJQS3D1X3-207SB AN/USC-28(V) Satellite Communications Set 42.24. AFJQS3D1X3-208F AN/FRC-175 Minuteman AFSATCOMM System 42.21. AFJQS3D1X3-207G AN/GRC-221 Aircraft Alerting Communication EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) System 42. AFJQS3D1X3-208E AN/FRC-175 Peace Keeper (PK) AFSATCOM System 42. AFJQS3D1X3-207SF Standard Tactical Entry Point (STEP) 42.16. Certification for OJT 1. AFJQS3D1X3-215A AN/PSC-11 Single Channel AntiJam Manportable Terminal 42. AFQTP3D1X3-213B Commercial Satellite Communications Services 42.17. TASKS.29. AFJQS3D1X3-207NB AN/TSC-94A (V) 1/2 and AN/TSC-100A (V) 1/2 Ground Mobile Forces Satellite Communications Terminals 42.27. AFJQS3D1X3-215C AN/PRC-150 Manpack Radio - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 67 Attachment 2 . AFQTP3D1X3-208A Ultra High Frequency Demand Assigned Multiple Access Familiarization 42. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 42.33. AFJQS3D1X3-209H PRC-148 Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio 42. AFQTP3D1X3-207SA Digital Communications Subsystem 42. AFJQS3D1X3-207ED Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) 42.19. AFJQS3D1X3-208D AN/USC-60A Flyaway Tri-Band Satellite Terminal (FTSAT ) 42.28.20. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. AFJQS3D1X3-215B AN/FSC-125 Fixed Site Single Channel Anti-jam Man portable (SCAMP) (FSS) Communication Set 42. AFJQS3D1X3-207NC AN/TSC-85B (V2) and AN/TSC93B (V2) NABS Terminals 42.25.31.23.32.22. MARK IVB Meterological Data Station 42.

STS 3D1X3 3. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 42. VHF/UHF Receiver 43. 36-2233.34. AFJQS3D1XX-201P Work Center Test Equipment Management 43. AFJQS3D1XX-206R Scope Command HF Radio Station - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 - - - - - - - - - 68 Attachment 2 . MPTO 00-33A-1001. AFJQS3D1X3-215S AN/URC-119(V) HF Communications SystemOperations 42.10.3.1. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.5. AFJQS3D1XX-205Q AN/GRT-21/22 VHF/UHF Transmitter 43. AFJQS3D1X3-215N AN/FRC-181(V)1. AFJQS3D1XX-201X Engineering Installation (EI) Quality Assurance 43. AFJQS3D1XX-205SA AN/GRC-171(V1.14. AIR FORCE JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO 3D1XX AFSCs. AFJQS3D1XX-205R AN/GRR-23/24.13.37.36. AFJQS3D1XX-206C Digital Voice Recorder System (DVRS) 43. AFJQS3D1XX-200F Engineering Installation (EI) Team Chief 43.3 Milstar Terminal 42. AFJQS3D1XX-205SB AN/GRC-171 B(V)4. AFJQS3D1XX-204V AN/FCC-100(V)7 & 9 Multiplexer Set 43.35.4. AFJQS3D1X3-215J AN/GSC-52 Medium Satellite Communications Terminal 42.11. AFJQS3D1XX-200S Basic Soldiering 43.12. AFJQS3D1XX-201C Corrosion Prevention and Control 43. AFQTP3D1XX-206M Introduction to The Ionosphere Handbook 43.7. CFETP 3D1X3 43. Ultra High Frequency Transceiver 43.2.6. TASKS. AN/PRC-113. AFJQS3D1XX-206F RT1319/URC.9.2. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Certification for OJT 1. TR: AFI 33-150.8. AV1) UHF Transceiver and AN/GRC-211 VHF Transceiver 43. AFQTP3D1X3-216C Laser and Optics Systems Handbook 43. AN/TRC-176 and AN/VRC-83 Radio Set Maintenance 43.

AFJQS3D1XX-211D Air Force Tactical Receive System 43. AFJQS3D1XX-218A Predator 43. AFQTP3DXXX-200D Integrated Maintenance Data System Handbook 44. AFJQS3DXXX-200I Cyber Unit Deployment Manager 44.16.5. AFJQS3DXXX-200TBB Training Business Area (TBA) Power Users 44.4.22. AFJQS3DXXX-200N DoD 8570 IA Workforce Improvement Program 44. AIR FORCE JOB QUALIFICATION STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO 3DXXX AFSCs. AFJQS3D1XX-206TB CU-547/GR Antenna Coupler 43. AFJQS3D1XX-207R AN/TSE-135 (V2) Joint Base Station 43. TASKS.24. AFJQS3D1XX-210AB Scope Shield II Maintenance 43. MPTO 00-33A-1001. AFJQS3DXXX-201G Quality Assurance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 69 Attachment 2 .15. CFETP 3D1X3 44. AFJQS3D1XX-230U Network Protocol Analyzer 44.23. AFJQS3DXXX-200P Ground Mobile Gateway (GMG) 44.10. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.17. AFJQS3D1XX-208U AN/TRC-215 Communication System 43. AFJQS3D1XX-207X AN/TRC-187A Time Signal Set 43.6.19.18. AFJQS3DXXX-200EA AN/GSQ-272 Distributed Common Ground Systems Signals Intelligence 44. AFJQS3DXXX-200TBA Training Business Area (TBA) Handbook 44.21. Cyberspace Support Workforce Transformation 44. 36-2233.3. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. AFJQS3DXXX-200EC AN/GSQ-272 Distributed Common Ground Systems Data Links 44.1.7. TR: AFI 33-150.2.20.11.STS 3D1X3 3. AFJQS3DXXX-200EB AN/GSQ-272 Distributed Common Ground Systems Imagery Intelligence 44. AFJQS3D1XX-206W Minuteman MEECN Program (MMP) 43.8. Certification for OJT 1.9. AFJQS3D1XX-208L Joint Range Extension (JTEP) 43. AFJQS3DXXX-200W. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 43.

and Computer (C4) Information Systems Familiarization Handbook - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 - - - - 70 Attachment 2 .12. CORE & WARTIME TASKS A START DATE B STOP DATE C TRAINEE INITIALS D TRAINER INITIALS E CERTIFIER INITIALS 4. Certification for OJT 1. PROFICIENCY CODES USED TO INDICATE TRAINING/INFORMATION PROVIDED 3 SKILL 5 SKILL 7 SKILL 9 SKILL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL Course CDC OJT OJT 44.16.13.STS 3D1X3 3. Communications. AFJQS3DXXX-201TC JTIDS Module 44. AFQTP3DXXX-212C Command. Command. AFJQS3DXXX-213I Military Construction Program 44.20. Control. KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNICAL REFERENCES 2.17.18. Communications and Computer (C4) Information Systems Familiarization Handbook 44. AFQTP3DXXX-232A Communications and Information Work Center Supervisor's Handbook AFQTP3DXXX-212C.14. AFJQS3DXXX-212U Unified Command Suite 44.15.19. AFQTP3DXXX-201M Cyberspace Infrastructure Planning System (CIPS) 44. AFJQS3DXXX-212E Combined AN/PYQ-10 (C) Simple Key Loader and AN/CYZ10/10A (V3) Data Transfer Device 44. AFJQS3DXXX-230T Remedy 44. AFQTP3DXXX-213R Support Agreements and Administrative Contract Management 44. TASKS. Control.

Section D . 7. Measurement. Procedures for requesting product development are found in AFI 36-2233.aspx?Filter=20946. Instructor assistance is provided as needed during the progress check and students may be required to repeat all or part of the behavior until satisfactory performance is attained. 5. The standard is 70% on written examinations.mil/community/views/home. Use the following link to get started and then navigate to the COL by selecting the 81st TRW.wpafb. Purpose. PC indicates required task performance which is measured with a performance progress check and PC/W indicates separate measurement of both knowledge and performance elements using a written test and a progress check. Course Number AIA2E1X3 009 E3AZR3D153 01AA E3AZR3D153 02AA E3AZR3D153 03AA ECAZP3D153 01AA ECAZP3D153 01FA E7AST3D153 01CA EBAZA3D153 01BA EBAZA3D153 01CA EBAZA3D153 01DA Course Title AN/FLR-9 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Expeditionary Combat Support Radio Communications AN/GRC-206 O/I MAINTENANCE Joint Task Force Combat Radio (JTF Horn of Africa) AN/TRC-170 O/I Maintenance (Army # 101-F36 (OS)) Ground Multiband Terminal O/I Maintenance Ground Multiband Terminal O/I Maintenance (MTT) SATCOM Strategic Terminals AN/GSC-52 (V) (Army # 102-F104) Joint Task Force Systems (Army # 4C-F55/260-F15) Joint C4 Planners Course Digital Communications Satellite Subsystem (Army # 102-F40 (2) Version 003) Location Goodfellow Keesler Keesler Keesler Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Ft Gordon 71 . Most task performance is taught to the “2b” proficiency level which means the student can do most parts of the task. but does need assistance on the hardest parts of the task (partially proficient). This section of the CFETP identifies training courses available for continuation/ supplemental training. For information on all formal courses.Course Objective List 4. These objectives are listed in the sequence taught by Block of Instruction.mil/community/views/home. Air Force In-Residence Courses.Section B .af. The most current products can be found at the 81st TRSS/TSQ web page and are available for download from the web site at https://afkm. 6. however. it covers the most frequently referenced areas.af. refer to the Air Force Education and Training Course Announcements (ETCA) database at https://etca.Training Course Index 9. https://afkm.randolph. The following list of support materials is not all-inclusive. Standards for performance measurement are indicated in the objective and delineated on the individual progress checklist.mil/ 10. The student can also determine step by step procedures for doing the task. As changes are made to the courses they will also be made to the website.wpafb.aspx?Filter=20946 Section C . Proficiency Level. Each objective is indicated as follows: W indicates task or subject knowledge which is measured using a written test. Course Objectives. 81st TRG and finally the 338th TRS to locate the COL. Standard. Because the communications career field is ever changing. we are providing a website with a "living" course objective list (COL).af.Support Materials 8.

(Under IT E-Learning).mil/faf/FAF/fafHome.mil/au/afiadl/. Exportable Courses. There are currently no MAJCOM unique requirements.af. This area is reserved. For a current list of the available CBT courses refer to https://www. Air University Courses. 72 . For a current listing of Air University courses go to http://www.my.au.jsp. Section E .MAJCOM Unique Requirements 13.E9AZA3D153 01AA EBAZA3D153 01EA ECAZP3D153 01DA X3AZR2E153 0A1B J8AZR3D157 0F5A E3AZR3DXXX 00DA MILSTAR SMART-T Operator/Maintainer (Army # 260-F9 (OS)) MILSTAR Communications Planning System (CPS) (Army # 4CF64 / 260-F20 (CT)) MILSTAR Operations and Maintenance CHAINWORK Maintenance Training Fiber Optic Cable Installation. Splicing and Maintenance High reliability soldering and connections Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Ft Gordon Goodfellow Sheppard Keesler 11.af. 12.

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