Air Force

1A9X1:Special Mission Aviator

They operate aircraft for special missions as assigned, such as special operations, combat rescue, personnel recovery, nuclear security, domestic security, fire-fighting, flight test, and distinguished visitor transport

Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Combat

Military Duties:

Performs pre-flight inspection of aircraft guns, defensive systems, cargo systems, airdrop equipment, and other related aircraft equipment according to proper flight manual procedures Maintains aircraft forms and records before, during and after a flight has landed Has to be able to compute aircraft weight, balance, and fuel performance data manually and electronically Supervises cargo and passenger loading and off-loading on assigned aircraft Performs in-flight maintenance of airborne weapons systems and other associated mission support equipment Operates and monitors engine and other aircraft control systems to achieve maximum efficiency Assists pilots in such routine tasks as engine startups, in-flight operations, and engine shutdown

Military Duties Translated:

Pick up documents and packages from customer’s offices or homes and deliver them to final destinations within Toronto and surrounding area via TTC and on foot Receive orders by smartphone via Courier software Obtain signatures from customers Record information, such as items received and delivered and recipients’ responses to messages Plan and follow the most efficient routes for delivering items Build strong customer relations through the provision of superb customer service Perform duties in a safe, reliable and professional manner

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