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Firebob2917
05-03-2012, 18:38
571X0 then changed when the AF changed everything to 3E771
Fire Protection.

hokieglock
05-03-2012, 18:53
11M3A-still in the reserves

TSAX
05-03-2012, 19:00
3PO51






:50cal:

Mongosafari
05-03-2012, 19:26
43153C (old AF Specialty Code)
Airlift/Bombardment Aircraft Maintenance Specialist
Crew Chief C-130e Hercules (MC-130e Rhein Main)
1982-1988

Pope AFB NC
Rhein Main AB W Ger

Glock45Lover
05-04-2012, 13:03
81199

JBnTX
05-04-2012, 13:23
81170

Hilaldo
05-04-2012, 14:57
3P051

Security Police (94-98)

Morris
05-04-2012, 22:19
Started as a 46250, ended as a 1C471.

Ralff
05-11-2012, 06:58
Started as a 3C0x1 (computer guy).

Am now a 9S100, or "Scientific Applications Specialist".

I should tell people that I am a scientist. :cool:

MDLibertarian
05-11-2012, 09:16
Originally a 2A551J Aerospace Maintenance Journeyman (C-17A crew chief)

After retraining, a 1N571 Electronic Signals Intelligence Exploitation Craftsman (ELINT Analyst)

ricky
05-11-2012, 13:13
Crewchief: f16,f117

belial
05-11-2012, 21:09
Was a 1T171, then we merged, and am now a 1P071. Hopefully I'll be getting a new AFSC in Jun/July when the NCORP list comes out...

Firebob2917
05-13-2012, 22:17
Ricky, f117 TTR or Holloman?

ricky
05-13-2012, 22:51
Ricky, f117 TTR or Holloman?

I was at ttr 90-92.

Firebob2917
05-14-2012, 14:15
Cool was up there fron 85-88 and then moved a little south! Visited quite often after that.

crazyasian1
05-14-2012, 14:53
3P071, 17 years and counting.

FriscoTx
05-14-2012, 15:25
I was a 294X0 back in the late 60s (Electronic Intercept Operations Analysis Specialist). Do not know what the AF changed that to.

MDLibertarian
05-14-2012, 19:11
I was a 294X0 back in the late 60s (Electronic Intercept Operations Analysis Specialist). Do not know what the AF changed that to.

If you had to know Morse code and/or were primarily performing collections when you were in it's probably 1N2X1. If you weren't doing collections it's probably 1N4X1.

usafric
05-14-2012, 20:55
Started out as 811X0 (SP), then retrained to 457X0 (helo Maint) Then 8R000 (recruiter) then back to 2A572 (helo Maint).
Now retired and NM certified Police Officer

JimBianchi
05-14-2012, 22:42
3P071 1983 to 1999

3N051 1999 to 2002

freedom790
05-15-2012, 06:16
3P071, 2005-current.

FriscoTx
05-15-2012, 07:36
Thanks MDLibertarian, with your help you got me into the right area to look. After looking at all the '1N' AFSCs I found mine to be 1N5X1 (old 294X0).

USAFgoober
05-16-2012, 12:38
currently waiting to go to 14N school

pennlineman
05-16-2012, 12:50
75370.

sfguard
05-16-2012, 13:54
3po71

Taphius
05-17-2012, 07:22
9s100

MDLibertarian
05-17-2012, 08:58
Thanks MDLibertarian, with your help you got me into the right area to look. After looking at all the '1N' AFSCs I found mine to be 1N5X1 (old 294X0).

Cool and you're welcome! The job title didn't sound like ELINT since it just stated "electronic," which could have been darn near anything since ELINT comprises all non-communication emitters.

Oh, and the 1N5 AFSC was recently (and stupidly, no thanks to the big wigs at AFPC) rolled into the 1N2 AFSC that has been further broken down to identify former 1N5's or those who'll serve in what was--and should have remained--a 1N5 position.

Grafuki
05-17-2012, 11:30
2A5x1B C130 Crew Chief 2010-Present WY ANG

GLOCKanyone?
05-17-2012, 17:54
2r1x1 scheduling lmao

RogueArms
05-21-2012, 21:27
27470 Command and Control Specialist. 1C370 after the change. I think.


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ricka10
05-22-2012, 02:12
1115n

F_G
05-22-2012, 08:46
42375 Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician Sept '79 to Sept '87.

TACLOAD
05-23-2012, 07:55
K1A271 MC-130P Combat Shadow Loadmaster. Before that I was a 2A674 Fuels Systems Specialist.

Glockworks
06-08-2012, 03:58
571X0 then changed when the AF changed everything to 3E771
Fire Protection.

30474. then 2E173. Mostly ATC and base comm, 2 ESC assignments, and one Air Defense. :wavey:

Reissman
06-09-2012, 08:10
3E191 HVAC Civil Eng Squadron. Still in 20 years and counting.

leedesert
06-09-2012, 08:44
30474. then 2E173. Mostly ATC and base comm, 2 ESC assignments, and one Air Defense. :wavey:

This was my job, Ground Radio. Last base was Moody AFB GA.

jazzmanDK
06-11-2012, 09:05
75230 back in 1955

Zip

jazzmanDK
06-11-2012, 09:06
75230 in 1955

Zip

cyphertext
06-14-2012, 21:16
306x6 which changed to 2E3x1

donp
06-21-2012, 21:13
H44350

gumbee
06-22-2012, 00:58
812 with a 7 level, I believe.

ROMADHAWK
06-22-2012, 16:13
Started as a 2E153 and finished as a 1C471.

freedom790
06-22-2012, 20:05
2A5x1B C130 Crew Chief 2010-Present WY ANG

You at the guard base here in Cheyenne?

ExAFCATM
06-27-2012, 18:51
3P071 LE specialist
SEI 312 CATM

G23Gen4.40
07-11-2012, 15:07
303x1

deutscheglocker
07-20-2012, 17:11
324X0 PMEL

Have all the AFSC #'s changed since 72?

Worked on this stuff.

http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l103/poofy27/02-15-2008072304PM.jpg

Critch
07-21-2012, 21:22
46350 (Nuclear Weapons Specialist)from 72-76 at FE Warren AFB and Vandenberg AFB.

46170 (AMMO) from 1986 to 1992 at Lambert Field, 131st TFW, Missouri Air Natioanl Guard.

3S271, Unit Training and Education Manager, 1992-2011,
164th Airlift Wing, Memphis, Tennessee Air National Guard.

Glockworks
07-22-2012, 07:29
324X0 PMEL

Have all the AFSC #'s changed since 72?

Worked on this stuff.

http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l103/poofy27/02-15-2008072304PM.jpg

OMG those are old, but I remember seeing something like them when I started (1980). The AFSCs changed I think around the early 90s, some just changed their numbers and some merged too as I remember. I was a ground radio guy 304x4 and then the same but with a different number, 2E1X3. Since I retired in 01 there has been mergers as I hear from some still in. Hopefully for the best, and not for someones OER or some BS like that at HQ.

deutscheglocker
07-22-2012, 12:06
OMG those are old, but I remember seeing something like them when I started (1980). The AFSCs changed I think around the early 90s, some just changed their numbers and some merged too as I remember. I was a ground radio guy 304x4 and then the same but with a different number, 2E1X3. Since I retired in 01 there has been mergers as I hear from some still in. Hopefully for the best, and not for someones OER or some BS like that at HQ.

We had quite a few tube type oscilloscopes along with other tube type equipment in 69-72.

Our lab.

http://i94.photobucket.com/albums/l103/poofy27/011.jpg

DaveUSAF
08-16-2012, 04:14
I was also a 30454 until it changed to 2E173. Started in 1981 and retired in 2002. HF Longhaul radios in the Azores, ATC radio in Georgia, HF radios again in Turkey, Missile Radio in Montana, Deployed radio maint in Turkey, 32 Combat Comm in Oklahoma, ATC Radio in Korea.

Dave

Highdesertjim
08-16-2012, 23:03
H54150F Titan II Combat Crew Ballistic Missile Facilities Technician.
One more after some cross training. Navigation related, but I cannot recall the number right now.

Dunnmike
09-05-2012, 20:05
Mine started out 2A5x3A Heavy Integrated Communication / Navigation Systems and is now 2A2X1(I think as it JUST changed) Air Force Special Operation Heavy Integrated Avionics. It went from one mouthful to another just to say avionics lol.

Bravo1resq
09-19-2012, 18:40
prior 3e751
current 7S0x1

10 Sep 01 - current

jdh31313
09-21-2012, 07:38
First- 91B10 Medical Specialist (Army & ARNG) 1990's
Secondly- 4N031 Medical Services (GA ANG) late 90's

curiousg
10-03-2012, 15:15
73290 which became 3S090

epilepticninja
10-03-2012, 19:43
I retired as a 3D092 - Cyber Operations Superintendent

UXOMAN
10-07-2012, 09:49
Old 464X0 New 3E8X1

Maddog340
10-15-2012, 06:48
328X0.....AC130U Avionics Tech

Dunnmike
10-15-2012, 11:38
328X0.....AC130U Avionics Tech

I have definitely spent some time on the u boats.

Maddog340
10-15-2012, 12:46
8 years on them.....retired in 2006.....I miss them......lol

AZnine
10-15-2012, 15:02
8224(osi)

fyrediver
10-15-2012, 20:12
I had two AFSCs due to retraining.

My first was 30353, Automatic Tracking Radar Specialist. We provided Soviet SAM threat simulators for tactical and strategic training and tracked bombing accuracy for bombers on training runs.

My second was 20970, Command, Communications, and Control, Countermeasures Analyst. This is who taps onbase phones, intercepts radio transmissions and basically plays the Threat in communications scenarios. Used to jam and spoof radio networks during exercises too.

JoeyR
10-19-2012, 17:02
Retired as a 2A300. Entered active duty in May 1981 as a 328X4 (avionic inertial and radar nav systems specialist, INS/Doppler). Rivet Workforce made me a Comm/Nav troop in 1988. Stayed Comm/Nav until it morphed into 2A5X3A. I worked B-52G, KC-135A/Q, HH-3E, E-3B/C, MH-53J, AC-130H, MC-130P, MC-130E, C-20B/C/H, VC-137B/C, VC-9C, C-37A, C-32A, E-8C. Retired as an AMU Chief babysitting F-16's.

Dunnmike
10-19-2012, 18:52
Retired as a 2A300. Entered active duty in May 1981 as a 328X4 (avionic inertial and radar nav systems specialist, INS/Doppler). Rivet Workforce made me a Comm/Nav troop in 1988. Stayed Comm/Nav until it morphed into 2A5X3A. I worked B-52G, KC-135A/Q, HH-3E, E-3B/C, MH-53J, AC-130H, MC-130P, MC-130E, C-20B/C/H, VC-137B/C, VC-9C, C-37A, C-32A, E-8C. Retired as an AMU Chief babysitting F-16's.

MC-130E's are my babies. I started out Avionics 2a5x3a in them now in 2A2x1 AFSOC avionics heavy's on the talon 1's till we finish retiring them next year. Sad to see them go.

JoeyR
10-19-2012, 18:57
MC-130E's are my babies. I started out Avionics 2a5x3a in them now in 2A2x1 AFSOC avionics heavy's on the talon 1's till we finish retiring them next year. Sad to see them go.

I worked them when I was at Hurby. Later on I worked the SOF SPO at Robins and dealt with maintenance issues between AFSOC and the depot. You're at Duke?

Sigluvr
10-19-2012, 19:59
3E191 HVAC Civil Eng Squadron. Still in 20 years and counting.
cool, I started as a 545x2 and ended as a 3E1x1.

Thank You for your service.

Dunnmike
10-19-2012, 22:07
I worked them when I was at Hurby. Later on I worked the SOF SPO at Robins and dealt with maintenance issues between AFSOC and the depot. You're at Duke?

Yeah I'm an ART out here at Duke. I've worked the p models and the h models a models and u boats.

Hugo R
10-20-2012, 09:32
32351/32551
c-130d/e
e3a
c-135e

hr

morpheus171
10-23-2012, 04:06
811x2

unclebob
10-23-2012, 15:24
1965 1971 462x0 Weapons load member/ load chief. 1971 to 1991 A462x0 Gunner and lead gunner on the AC-130 A/E and H models Gunships. Ubon, and Korat Thailand. Hurlburt Field, FL.

Turbodiesel
10-29-2012, 20:58
1A251, C-5M Loadmaster. One of the first to be on the upgraded "M" Models at Dover AFB! 2007-2011.

Clutch Cargo
10-30-2012, 01:07
645x0

JimMc
10-30-2012, 06:02
I was (1964-1968) in AFSC 202X0. We got the info from folks like FriscoTX. When things got slow I used to ease over and plug into what we used to call "the rack". Do not know how them 294 folks did it. My hat is off to them.

hank_612
10-30-2012, 21:08
love to see 3 other 2e1x3's

Jgriggs
11-05-2012, 00:44
I believe I was what is now a 2A753. . . I think.
Airframe structural repair at Minot 89-92.
Minuteman III B-52H and KC-135A. Was leaving as the first of the R models were showing up.

Firecop203
11-05-2012, 16:30
Started out as 57150 Fire Protection Specialist and later crosstrained to 81170 Security Police Supervisor.

Jermzzzzzzz
11-18-2012, 08:12
3POX1 Security Forces. Augh

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Janno05
11-26-2012, 18:20
46F3, flight nurse out of Wright Patterson.

cesaros
12-02-2012, 10:09
Currently:

3P0X1A - Military Working Dog Handler.

jdw174
12-06-2012, 05:45
They've changed considerably since I was in ('66-'70), but I was a 902x0...hospital corpsman.

SW40VE
12-14-2012, 19:43
1n051

mgentry
12-15-2012, 08:41
30373 - electronic radar repairman/operator (1966-1970). Then I got my commission and became a pilot - flew T-38s and B-52 G & Hs (1973 - 1993).

Harleyman05
12-31-2012, 13:00
Started as a 462 weapons loader then they chaged it to 2W171. Worked on F-106, F-101, F-4, F-15, F-16 and the B-1 bomber. Retrained into finance, 6F071, until I retired. 19 years weapons, 6 years finance.

JoshNy
01-03-2013, 12:58
Was a 3C0X1 in my AD days. Now a 3D0X3 with the Guard.

Japle
01-03-2013, 18:03
One variation or another of 1835 - Missile Operations Officer. Titan and Minuteman, then on to various staff jobs, training, eval, etc.

Thumpernator
01-07-2013, 21:01
325X0, Automatic Flight Controls from 1973-1979. Did my entire time at Little Rock, but went TDY all over the world.

dkmsmoke_S.P.
01-21-2013, 10:44
Security Police AFSC 81150
1972-1976
Texas, Guam, Thailand, Michigan
In what year did it become Security Forces?

Annoyinglylongname
01-21-2013, 17:49
Security Police, Military Working Dog Handler, Narcotic Detector Dog Handler, NCOIC Training Military Work Dog Section
81150A, 81152A SEI 310

Swipter
01-21-2013, 18:25
4t071

TJ Superfly
01-21-2013, 18:31
57150 Firefighter 1982-1986

Ralff
01-22-2013, 07:17
Security Police AFSC 81150
1972-1976
Texas, Guam, Thailand, Michigan
In what year did it become Security Forces?

Oct 31 1997, as a result of the Khobar Towers bombing.

Promotion test coming soon, so I didn't even have to look it up. :rock:

Seven High
01-22-2013, 17:44
77150 Air Police a very long time ago. Also known as ramp rats.

mchamm22
01-23-2013, 10:13
Weapons 2W1X1. On the A-10 currently.

Shawdawg17
02-01-2013, 12:18
2A671B( C-130 Eng Troop) 1998-2008
1C371(Command Post) 2008-2012...worst job ever
2A775(L.O. for the F-22) 2012-present

bryzo
02-08-2013, 23:37
462/2W1 - 96-00 all at Spangdahlem.

Gator711
02-14-2013, 10:48
43171A
Aircraft Maintenance Technician one and two engine aircraft.

DonMerlin
02-15-2013, 03:08
30150 32850 64570 71-91

Illini_Glock
02-15-2013, 03:22
Originally 811X0 and then retrianed into operations. Finished up 27191. I miss it!

Jeff51
02-15-2013, 12:34
Mine was 431x1E. Aircraft Mechanic (over 4 engines)

F224
02-21-2013, 16:34
43151 Crew Chief (Aircraft Maintence Specialist 1&2 engine) T-39

ezthumper
02-21-2013, 20:43
77150 Air Police a very long time ago.

Ahh you were an APE.

81170

I see there are a few red headed step children here. Not sure how the Security Forces thing is working now. It looks like they are blending the LE with the SS crowd. Well that took out all the fun between those two groups...

Although I did notice, that the combat training is now BACK at Bullis for ABGD, apparently the idea of sending Air Force dudes to train with army dudes did not pan out.....

v-12
02-22-2013, 15:29
2w1x1

Wise87
03-04-2013, 12:36
I started out as a 431X3 then we were changed to 457X2 and finally 2A5X1J. I was a Crew Chief on HC-130N/P, C-130E, and retired from the MC-130E. I also did my time as a flight line expediter and production supervisor.

Dunnmike
03-09-2013, 04:48
I started out as a 431X3 then we were changed to 457X2 and finally 2A5X1J. I was a Crew Chief on HC-130N/P, C-130E, and retired from the MC-130E. I also did my time as a flight line expediter and production supervisor.

I love the talon 1 its a shame and an honor to put them to bed...

dlupini
03-13-2013, 22:26
Q13B3B


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Taifuugan
04-17-2013, 18:20
I was an Airlift Bombardment maintenance specialist, aka Crew Chief on C141-b Glad to be here, Go Air Force!!!

Weezeremo
05-02-2013, 05:01
3D1X2 cyber transport. Just a do all comm guy i guess. Active duty stationed at Key West NAS right now.

fishhunter3
05-02-2013, 15:35
started out as a 304X0 wide band radio maint which changed to 1E1X1 Turkey X2, Ger. and the 3rd Mob, spent the last 4 as a 8S000 launch control facility mgr. here in ND,

BMPR32VW
05-30-2013, 10:14
2w1x1

rooster31
05-30-2013, 10:27
2A652 Age Rangers! Cannon new mexico


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Emoor
06-12-2013, 21:04
81142, Law Enforcement Specialist. Not sure they still have that career field anymore. I believe the two fields (LE & Security) have been blended.

md2lgyk
06-13-2013, 09:06
2A672. Another AGE Ranger.

Covert53
06-16-2013, 14:14
1745G/13B (Air Battle Management) 1987-1999 (AWACS dude)

temfi
06-16-2013, 20:36
2W171 Weapons Standardization Superintendent

beckmurph1
06-18-2013, 20:02
202x0 Radio Communications Analyst
Clark AFB, Philippines, Mar 1970-July 1971
San Vito AB, Italy Sept 1971-Mar 1973

Firebob2917
06-24-2013, 11:20
Two choice duty stations!

jpen10
03-19-2014, 10:04
Hey FriscoTX, I was a 29450 at IAS 68-70. Dawg flt and Bob Holdenried was the NCOIC. Also, Bob Calnen, Dennis Kleber. I am in touch with all three. Calnen was on Baker and then transfered to Dawg when Dennis left.

FriscoTx
03-20-2014, 08:42
This is Dennis Kleber. Hey Jim, we are Facebook friends already. Didn't know you were on Glocktalk also.

jpen10
03-20-2014, 09:31
Hi Dennis, I was searching for 294x0 and this thread came up. I don't have a glock, but do have a Sig 9mm tutone. I was excited to see another "late 60's 294" so I joined the forum. I couldn't wait for an answer to my post here. Thought I had found ANOTHER long, lost 294..

jim

okvet
03-20-2014, 13:00
3p071
1985 - 2008

cheygriz
03-20-2014, 20:52
Automatic Flight Control Systems Repairman

32550B (bombers)

1961-1965

RAF Sculthorpe, England B66B & KB50J 47th Bomb Wing

Rhein-Main Germany RB-57D. 7499th combat support Gp.