15Q30 Facility Chief
Manages the Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS); ensures the facility operates IAW Army and FAA rules and regulations; assigns and directs all phases of subordinates' work; ensures assigned personnel receive on the job training (OJT) and conducts assessments of trainings; maintains controllers' performance and facility maintenance records; evaluates the operational effectiveness of facility systems, subsystems and equipment; assists supported aviation units and Airspace Command and Control (AC2) elements; responsible for the health, welfare, morale, training, physical fitness, professional development, discipline and combat readiness of six Troopers in direct support of the 82ND Airborne Division.
15Q30 Facility Chief
Serves as an Air Traffic Control Facility Chief; responsible for the health, welfare, training and supervision of eight Troopers; ensure the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic while providing Air Traffic services (ATS) at remote training areas in direct support of the 82ND Airborne Division; assigns and directs all phases of subordinates' work, manages implementation of the Air Traffic Training Program (ATTP); ensures compliance with Army and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) procedures and regulations.
Currently serves as the facility chief in the Airspace Information Center (AIC); ensures the facility operates according to military and FAA rules and regulations applying to ATC; ensures the operational readiness of facility equipment and associated NAVAIDs valued over $500,000; ensures all controllers meet the physical standards of AR 40-501, AR 95-2, DA Pam 611-21 and OPM handbook X-118; responsible for the health and welfare of one NCO and five Soldiers.
Serves as a Facility Chief assigned to a fixed base facility located 10 miles from Company Headquarters; responsible for the health, welfare, and training of four Soldiers, one NCO and seven DA Civilians; manages and administers the facility training program; conducts physical fitness and Army Warrior Task (AWT) training; executes management control responsibilities; ensures compliance with Army and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) procedures and regulations; evaluates the operational effectiveness of facility systems, subsystems, and equipment valued at over $300,000; advises the Commander and ATC Chief on facility specific issues.
15Q40 A2C2 SERGEANT
Serves as the A2C2 SERGEANT in the AN/TSQ-253 Air Defense and Airspace Management (ADAM) Cell in an High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMAR) Brigade; responsible for the employment of airspace usage IAW all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Department of Defense (DOD), and local regulations; facilitates efficient, safe, and orderly use of the Brigade's airspace usage by multiple users including artillery, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), rotary wing (RW), and fixed wing (FW) aircraft across the Corps area of operations; accountable for the accountability, serviceability, and maintenance of over $5,000,000.00 worth of equipment; ensures the training, mentorship, health, and welfare of 5 Soldiers.
15Q40 Platoon Sergeant
Responsible for the supervision and management of the 82nd Airborne Division's Air Traffic Services (ATS) Company's Terminal Control Platoon; oversees the professional development and welfare of the 22 Troopers that make up the Communication / Navigation (COMNAV) Maintenance Section, the tactical Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) team, and the tactical Ground Controlled Approach (GCA) team; ensures compliance with Army regulations and FAA Orders; oversees the operational readiness of nine vehicles and numerous pieces of associated ATS and maintenance equipment.
15Q30 Tactical Team Leader
Manages the Tactical Terminal Control System (TTCS); ensures the facility operates IAW Army and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations; assigns and directs all phases of Subordinates' work; ensures assigned personnel receive on the job training and conducts assessments of training; maintains controller performance and facility maintenance records; evaluates the operational effectiveness of facility systems, subsystems and equipment; responsible for the health, welfare, training, physical fitness, professional development, discipline and combat readiness of one NCO and four Troopers; provides counsel and coaching to all Troopers.
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Serves as an Air Traffic Control Specialist for the Air Traffic Control (ATC) Army Radar Approach Control (ARAC); responsible for providing doctrinally sound aviation guidance based on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines to aircrews utilizing atmospheric conditions and airspace variables; responsible for the direct supervision, training, health and welfare of two NCO's and two Soldiers; responsible for aircraft reports and adherence to standard operating procedures in a restricted area; assists in the accountability and maintenance of more than $7.5 million of Airfield equipment and $200,000 of Air Traffic Control equipment; maintains logs, forms and facility records; assists in the management of the airfield safety program.
Updates Automated Terminal Information Systems (ATIS) and performs radar scope alignment; coordinates terminal/enroute control; provides non-radar approach control, ground-controlled approach, enroute flight following, and tower services; conducts ATC facility and OJT training; briefs shift personnel on runway utilization, airfield conditions and weather/ground activities; prepares and updates flight following maps; supervises the operation of flight following facilities; supervises a shift in a tactical ATC tower, radar, or flight following facility.