What is the mission and primary function of naval aviation? Other countries look upon the United States as the leader of the free world. This accomplishment comes partly through our military strength achieved through sea power. Several naval officers became members of an interservice board. Their job was to observe and investigate the military possibilities of the new flying machine.
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Figure Observe, collect, record, and analyze meteorological and oceanographic data. Make visual and instrumental observations of weather and sea conditions. Operate meteorological satellite receivers and interpret and apply satellite data. Interpret meteorological and oceanographic codes and enter data on appropriate charts.
Operate ancillary computer equipment for the processing, dissemination, and display of environmental data. Perform preventive maintenance on meteorological and oceanographic equipment. Prepare warnings of severe and hazardous weather and sea conditions.
Forecast meteorological and oceanographic conditions. Prepare and present briefings concerning current and predicted environmental conditions and their effect on operations. Perform air traffic control duties in air control towers, radar air traffic control facilities, and air operations offices ashore and afloat.
Operate surveillance radar, precision radar, and identification equipment IFF. Operate ground- and carrier-controlled approach systems. Assist pilots in the preparation and processing of flight plans and clearances. Maintain current flight-planning information and reference materials. Inspect, maintain, and repair parachutes, survival equipment, and flight and protective clothing and equipment. Pack and rig parachutes. Pack and equip life rafts.
Repair and test oxygen regulators and liquid oxygen converters removed from aircraft. Fit and maintain oxygen masks, flight clothing, antiexposure suits, and anti-G suits. Operate and maintain carbon dioxide transfer and recharge equipment. Conduct inspects of survival equipment; supervise operation of parachute lofts and survival equipment work centers. A description of these ratings is as follows:! Perform general flight crew duties.
Operate ASW sensor systems to extract, analyze, and classify data obtained. Perform specified preflight, inflight, and postflight diagnostic functions, using manual techniques, built-in test equipment BITE , and computer routines to isolate faults and optimize system performance. Operate tactical support center systems to analyze and classify ASW data.
Assist in aircrew briefing and debriefing. Provide database information to the tactical commander for use in prescribing mission objectives and tactics. Operate, maintain, and perform organization maintenance on hydraulic and steam catapults, barricades, arresting gear, arresting gear engines, and associated equipment ashore and afloat.
Operate catapult launch and retract panels, consoles, firing panels, water brakes, chronographs, blast deflectors, and cooling panels. Rig, inspect, proof-load cables and fittings, and pour wire rope sockets.
Perform aircraft-handling duties related to the operation of aircraft launching and recovery equipment. Operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on aviation fueling and lubricating oil systems in CVs aircraft carriers , LPHs amphibious assault ships , and LPDs amphibious transport docks , including aviation fuel and lubricating oil service stations and pump rooms, piping, valves, pumps, tanks, and portable equipment related to the fuel system.
Operate, maintain, and repair valves and piping of purging and protective systems within the air department spaces aboard ship. Supervise the operation and servicing of fuel farms, and equipment associated with the fueling and defueling of aircraft ashore and afloat.
Operate and equipment. Observe and enforce fuel-handling safety precautions. Direct the movement and spotting of aircraft ashore and float. Operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on ground-handling equipment used for moving and hoisting of aircraft ashore and afloat. Supervise the securing of aircraft and equipment. Perform crash rescue, fire fighting, crash removal, and damage control duties. Perform duties in connection with launching and recovery of aircraft.
Maintain electrical and instrument systems, including power generation, conversion, and distribution systems, aircraft batteries, interior and exterior lighting. Maintain electrical control systems of aircraft, including hydraulic, landing gear, flight control, utility, power plant and related systems.
Maintain instrument electrical systems, such as aircraft engine, flight, and noninstrument-type indicating and warning systems to include automatic flight control and stabilization systems, aircraft compass systems, attitude reference systems, and inertial navigation systems.
AT I performs intermediate-level preventive and corrective maintenance on aviation electronic components supported by conventional and automatic test equipment, including repair of weapons replaceable! Maintain fuel quality surveillance and control in aviation fuel systems ashore and afloat.
Train, direct, and supervise fire-fighting crews, fire rescue teams, and damage control parties in assigned fuel and lubricating oil spaces. AT I also performs microminiature component repair and test equipment qualification and associated test bench preventive and corrective maintenance. AT O performs organizational-level preventive and corrective maintenance on aviation electronics systems to include communications, radar, navigation, antisubmarine warfare sensors, electronic warfare, data link, fire control, tactical displays, and associated equipment.
Maintain aircraft engines and their related systems, including induction, cooling, fuel, oil, compression, combustion, turbine, gas turbine compressor, exhaust, and propeller systems. Preflight aircraft. Conduct inspections on engine and enginerelated systems.
Field-test and adjust engine components, including fuel controls, pumps, valves, and regulators. Remove, repair, and replace compressor and turbine blades and combustion chamber liners. Preserve and depreserve engines, engine accessories, and components. Supervise engine work centers. Plan, program, and coordinate scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks and the incorporation of changes and modifications to aircraft and equipment. Set up and maintain status boards.
Collect, compile, analyze, and record data pertaining to the history, operation, maintenance, configuration, receipt, and transfer of naval aircraft and related aeronautical equipment.
Prepare reports and correspondence. Determine requirements for the requisition, control, and issue of change kits. Requisition departmental instructions, forms, and technical data.
Organize, maintain, and operate technical libraries. Perform other duties as required when attached to organizational, intermediate, and depot maintenance activities or aviation staff commands. Inspect, maintain, and repair armament equipment, including aircraft guns, gun accessories, noncomputing gunsights, aerialtowed target equipment, and handling equipment; and aviation ordnance equipment, including ammunition suspension, release, launching, and arming equipment. Store, maintain, assemble, load, and fuze aviation ammunition.
Load nuclear weapons and aerial mines and torpedoes. Load supplementary stores. Assemble, test, load, and maintain air-launch guided missiles. Operate small arms ranges. Supervise the operation of armories, aviation ordnance shops, and aviation ammunition storage facilities.
Receive, identify, store, and issue aviation supplies, spare parts, and stocks of technical aviation items. Confirm shipments and make reports of excesses, shortages, or damages. Classify and stow materials, using the required protective measures. Pack, tag, and inspect equipment and parts. Conduct inventories. Prepare and maintain records pertaining to stock control and issuance of aviation equipment and materials.
Process allowance changes, validate requirements, and monitor supply requests. Maintain control of status and location of repairable components and retrograde components. Maintain safety belts, shoulder harnesses, and integrated flight harnesses in aircraft; inertia reels; seat and canopy ejection systems; gaseous and liquid oxygen systems; lift raft ejection systems; fire-extinguishing systems, excluding fire detection systems; portable fire extinguishers; emergency egress systems; air-conditioning, heating, cabin and cockpit pressurization, ventilating, and anti-G systems; visual improvement systems; other utility systems; and associated lines, fittings, rigging, valves, and control mechanisms.
Replenish liquid and gaseous oxygen systems. Remove and install oxygen system valves, gauges, converters, and regulators. Inspect, remove, install, and rig ejection seats, shoulder harnesses, lap belts, and face-curtain mechanisms. Inspect, remove, install, and adjust firing mechanisms and cartridges for ejection seats, lap belts, and canopies. Operate and maintain liquid nitrogen and liquid and gaseous oxygen shop transfer and recharge equipment.
Perform preflight, postflight, and other periodic aircraft inspections. Maintain hydraulic systems, including main and auxiliary power systems and unit actuating subsystems; landing gear, excluding wheels and tires; brakes; and related pneumatic systems, including reservoir pressurization, emergency actuating systems, and associated pumps, valves, regulators, actuating cylinders, lines, and fittings.
Service pressure accumulators, emergency air bottles, oleo struts, reservoirs, and master brake cylinders. Inspect, remove, and replace components of hydraulic systems. Bleed hydraulic systems. Adjust brakes, and replace linings and pucks. Replace gaskets, packing, and wipers in hydraulic components. Perform daily, preflight, postflight, and other aircraft inspections.
Maintain aircraft fuselages, wings, fixed and movable surfaces, airfoils, empennages, seats except ejection seats , wheels and tires and their components, controls, and mechanisms. Remove, install, and rig flight control surfaces. Fabricate and assemble metal parts, and make minor repairs to aircraft skin. Install rivets and metal fasteners.
US Navy Course NAVEDTRA 14014 - Airman
Figure Observe, collect, record, and analyze meteorological and oceanographic data. Make visual and instrumental observations of weather and sea conditions. Operate meteorological satellite receivers and interpret and apply satellite data. Interpret meteorological and oceanographic codes and enter data on appropriate charts. Operate ancillary computer equipment for the processing, dissemination, and display of environmental data.
Airman Navedtra 14014
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