The AFECD establishes the occupational structure of the Air Force enlisted force.
CRO AFOCD-2016 Oct.pdf (23 downloads)Description: AFOCD-Combat Rescue-October 2016. Current accessions process incorporates Aptitude, Physical and Leadership assessments. This AFSC has no specific degree requirements.Special Tactics AFOCD-2016 Oct.pdf (21 downloads)Description: Special Tactics AFOCD-2016 Oct. Current accessions process incorporates Aptitude, Physical and Leadership assessments. This AFSC has no specific degree requirements.13L ALO AFOCD-2016 Oct.pdf (3 downloads)Description: 13L Air Liaison Officer AFOCD-2016 Oct Combat Control-2016 Oct.pdf (12 downloads)Description: Combat Control AFECD-Oct 2016Pararescue AFECD-2016 Oct.pdf (30 downloads)Description: Pararescue AFECD-2016 OctSOW-AFECD 2016 Oct.pdf (5 downloads)Description: Special Operations Weather AFECD-2016 OctTACP 2016 Oct.pdf (8 downloads)Description: Tactical Air Control Party AFECD-2016 OctSERE-2016 Oct.pdf (4 downloads)Description: SERE AFECD-2016 Oct
The AFOCD establishes specialty descriptions and other identifiers outline essential Air Force managerial, technical, and professional duties.
Both of these documents prescribe provide the duties (job) description and general aspects of duties performed specifications. These documents also prescribe the preliminary screening prerequisites for entry classification (initial job placement) and the preliminary criteria used to determine retention in and removal from the awarded classification.
Preliminary is used to emphasize many actual final classification action decisions are connected to guidance found in many other policy guidance directives and instructions.
However much useful job choice decision information as to what a potential applicant can expect to do and more importantly what the potential applicant should be prepared to do in performing duties of a specialty is found in the attached documents.
Edited by Yukon (10/17/16 10:00 AM)
Edit Reason: updated to current classification descriptions