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What do the 13S Prefixes mean?

C -

B -

W -

Q -

T -

K -

C - Commander

B - Operations Officer

W - Weapons Officer

Q - Evaluator

T - AETC Instructor

K - Line Instructor

What are the types of hazards associated with the 13S career field?

Physical: Fire, low light, temperature, ventilation, noise

Electrical: High voltage (600+ volts), elec. shock

Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) from RADARs & radio communications equipment: Heating body tissues, microwave hearing effects, cataracts, pacemakers and other medical devices

What is the purpose of the Space Commission?

To assess:

- Space asset exploration

- Interagency coordination

- Intel community (IC) & non-IC relationships

- Space Issues

What is the purpose of the Space Professional Development Program (SPDP)?
To provide deliberate career management and professional development of space professionals
What is the difference between skill levels and space pro levels?

Skill Levels: are code indicators on each Airman's AFCS

Space Professional Levels: are designed to baseline, refresh, and enrich Space Cadre members' knowledge (UST, Space 200, & Space 300). Found on member's SURF (Single Unit Retrieval Form)

What is the purpose of a Space Professional Experience Code (SPEC)?

- Track Space professional's space experience

- Provide common definition for individual quals & job requirements

- Enable Commanders to define requirements for mission success

- Allow AF to better select the right person for any given position

The info below describes which course of study?

- Space community's entry-level course

- All AF operators take this course prior to learning a specific weapons system

- Completion is one of the requirements for wear of the space operations badge

Undergraduate Space Training (UST)

The info below describes which course of study?

- Mid-career course for space professional education

- Taught by National Security Space Institution (NSSI)

Space 200

The info below describes which course of study?

- Capstone course for the space community

- Taught by NSSI

Space 300
What does Advanced Space Operations School (ASOPS) provide?

- Teaches advanced, focused programs designed to create depth of expertise in specific space mission areas

- Provides introductory space courses to non-13S space professionals

What does the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) provide?

- AF graduate school of engineering and management

- Offers graduate space certificates and degree programs

- Space related degrees (Aeronautical Engineering, Astronautical Engineering, & Space Systems)

What does the Spacelift Education and Crossover Program (SLECP) provide?

- Focus on spacelift career field

- Facilitates career broadening of highly competitive officers between the acquisition & space career fields

- Selected officers participate in a 10mo Education with Industry (EWI) developmental program, followed by one crossflow assignment

What is 1N0XX?
Operations Intelligence Specialist
What is 2M0XX?
Missile and Space Systems Electronic Maintenance
What is 3D0XX?
Knowledge Operations Management
What is 3D1XX?
Client Systems
What is 14NX?
Intelligence Officer
What is 15WX?
Weather Officer
What is 17DX?
Network Operations Officer
What is 21MX?
Munitions & Missile Maintenance Officer
What is 62EX?
Developmental Engineer
What is 63AX?
Acquisitions Manager