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Aircraft Fuel Systems
Overview: There is minimal margin of error during flight. Modern military aircraft require highly trained Aircraft Fuel Systems personnel who can diagnose fuel system malfunctions and perform corrective actions pre-flight to ensure safe operation once airborne.
- Remove, repair, inspect, install and modify aircraft fuel systems, including integral fuel and water cell tanks, bladder cells and external tanks
- Clean fuel cells and tanks, inspect for foreign objects, corrosion, cell deterioration and fungus
- Learn about internal hardware, sealing techniques and materials, layout drawing use, interpreting technical publications and concepts and applications of maintenance directives
- HS diploma or GED. Completion of courses in general science or physics is desirable.
- Normal color vision
- ASVAB score of 47 on Mechanical
- Candidates without prior military experience are required to attend 7.5 weeks of Basic Military Training (BMT) at JB San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, TX; followed by Technical Training
Related Civilian Careers:
- Aircraft and Avionics Equipment Mechanics and Technicians
- Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging and Systems Assemblers