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Naval Flight Officer (NFO)
Electronic Countermeasures Officers are responsible for aircraft communications, navigation, radar employment, and operating the EA-6B tactical jamming and electronic surveillance systems.
Secret security clearance eligibility.
Must meet the requirements of reference (ah), and
reference (ai), the USN Manual of the Medical Department.
Receives and evaluates data recorded by airborne electronic
equipment to make determinations appropriate to the mission of the aircraft.
Operates airborne electronic equipment used in accomplishing the mission of the aircraft.
Commands or may assist in commanding an aviation unit.
e. Related Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Title and Code.
PRIVATE SECTOR POSITION
Commercial Airline Co-Pilot
Assist with safely navigating the plane and assisting the captain with all other needs such as weather reporting, flying the plane during breaks, and assisting with safety checks.
Airline Transport Pilot Certificate is a minimum requirement
1,000 flying hours of supervised training
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Demonstrated ability to use radio equipment and communication equipment
Excellent eye for detail
Well-developed problem-solving skills
Great leadership abilities
Able to work in a pressurized environment
Good interpersonal and relationship-building skills
Excellent computer skills
Ability to navigate complex equipment
Assist the captain with flying the plane safely and on the right course.
Ensure that all radio equipment in the cockpit is tested and functional before take-off.
Complete pre-flight safety checks alongside the captain.
Ensure that all equipment is checked and cleared before flights.
Research and provide detailed weather reports for the flight path.
Assist with making announcements to passengers regarding flight time remaining, and current aircraft location and notify them of potential turbulence.
Fly the aircraft safely during the captain's break, or if the captain becomes incapacitated for any reason.
Direct cabin crew where required.
Ensure that emergency protocol is followed.
Provide regular briefing and updates to cabin crew.