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    This National Guard position is for a AIRCRAFT WORKER, Position Description Number D0495000 and is part of the AR ARNG AASF, National Guard.

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    Performs aircraft repair duties on the flight line as required. Assists aircrews in preparing their aircraft for flight. Provides auxiliary power unit (APU) and fireguard support, favoring aircrew without crew chiefs when more than one aircraft is departing at the same time.

    Assists the technician operating the fuel dispensing equipment in transferring and/or circulating jet turbine fuel, extracting fuel samples, performing equipment maintenance, and otherwise preparing to provide refueling service for the day. Serves as alternate refueler when incumbent is not available to function in this regular capacity, or as directed by supervisor.

    Coordinates each morning with Flight Operations personnel concerning all flights scheduled for that day. After determining proposed departure and arrival times, composition of aircrews.

    Meets arriving aircraft. Discusses assistance/service requirements with aircrew and determines whether aircraft discrepancies have materialized during the flight. Relays specifics to supervisor as scion as possible.

    Checks all aircraft parked outside prior to cessation of operations each day to ensure that all tiedowns and covers are properly installed and secured, that batteries are disconnected, that any ignition/security lock keys or logbooks found in the aircraft are turned into Flight Operations, and that all security locks are in place and secured. Checks all aircraft parked outside at the beginning of each workday to ensure that all tiedowns and covers are still properly installed and secured.

    Inventories all aircraft parked outside, as well as those parked in the hangar, to ensure that all aircraft supported by the AASF are properly accounted for.

    Ensures security of all Aviation Ground Support Equipment (AGSE) prior to cessation of operations each day.

    Assists aircraft mechanics during those periods in which there are no ongoing flight opertions or as directed by supervisor. Performs repairs to the aircraft that can be accomplished by removing, cleaning, reinstalling or replacing defective parts, accessories, and components such as worn gaskets, couplings, and fittings, bad actuators, accumulators, and gauges, sections of corroded fuel and oil lines, worn cable pulleys, frayed spark plug cables, and burned out landing

    Performs such travel as nay be required in the accomplishment of assigned duties and the organizational mission.

    Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    8852 Aircraft Mechanic

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