Air Force Assignment Code 44

Air Force Enlisted Job Categories

Mechanical Category

The Air Force offers two enlistment options for new recruits. The first one is "guaranteed job," where the applicant has a specific job guaranteed in their enlistment contract. The second option is the "guaranteed aptitude area," where applicants are guaranteed to receive a job in a specific aptitude area, but won't actually find out what the job is until they are in basic training.

Below are the Air Force enlisted jobs which fall into the "Electronic" aptitude area.

Click on the link for complete job description and other qualification criteria. Information in the parenthesis indicates the score required in the "Mechanical" Category of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores.

* 1A1X1B-FLIGHT ENGINEER (M-44/E-33)

1A7X1- AERIAL GUNNER (M-45/E-56)

2A3X3- TACTICAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2A5X1- AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2A5X2- HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE (M-51)

2A6X1 (A/C/D)- AEROSPACE PROPULSION (M-38)

2A6X1 (B)- AEROSPACE PROPULSION (M-51)

2A6X2- AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (M-44/E-33)

2A6X3- AIRCREW EGRESS SYSTEMS (M-51)

2A6X4- AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS (M-44)

2A6X5- AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS (M-51)

2A6X6- AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS (E-60/M-39)

2A7X1- AIRCRAFT METALS TECHNOLOGY (M-44)

2A7X3- AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2A7X4- SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT (M-38)

2E6X1-COMMUNICATIONS ANTENNA SYSTEMS (M-44)

2E6X2- COMMUNICATIONS CABLE SYSTEMS (M-44)

2F0X1- FUELS (M-44/G-39)

2M0X2- MISSILE AND SPACE SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2T1X1- VEHICLE OPERATIONS (M-30)

2T2X1- AIR TRANSPORTATION (M-44/A-32)

2T3X1- SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2T3X2- SPECIAL VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (M-38)

2T3X4- GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (M-44)

2T3X5- VEHICLE BODY MAINTENANCE (M-51)

2W0X1- MUNITIONS SYSTEMS (M-55/G-55)

2W1X1- AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT SYSTEMS (M-55/E-46)

2W2X1- NUCLEAR WEAPONS (M-55)

3E0X2- ELECTRICAL POWER PRODUCTION (M-51/E-33)

3E1X1- HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION (M-44/E-33)

3E2X1- PAVEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT (M-38)

3E3X1- STRUCTURAL (M-44)

3E4X1- UTILITIES SYSTEMS (M-44)

3E4X2- LIQUID FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (M-44)

3E4X3- ENVIRONMENTAL (M-39)

3E8X1- EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL (G-60/M-55)

* SDI 8S0X0- MISSILE FACILITY MANAGER (M-38)

9S100 - TECHNICAL APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST (M-83/E-81)

Note: AFSCs (Jobs) with more than one score area listed, require a qualifying score in both areas. For example, in order to qualify for AFSC 3E1X1, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning,and Refrigeration, one would need to score at least 44 in the "Mechanical" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores, and at least a 33 in the "Electronics" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores.

* Indicates that the AFSC (Job) is a special duty assignment or other AFSC which is not available to initial recruits.

Health Care/Special Needs

Military treatment facilities

The clinics and services available at military treatment facilities vary by location. Before you move, identify the military treatment facility that will serve you, visit its website to learn about the services available and get contact information.

Moving to a new TRICARE region

If you anticipate a move to another TRICARE region, work with your local TRICARE service center or case manager before your move to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible. On arrival at the new duty location, you or your sponsor should contact the beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator or the TRICARE service center to ensure the transition plans are in place and to obtain authorizations for TRICARE Extended Care Health Option services, if applicable.

Beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator

All TRICARE regional offices and most military treatment facilities are staffed with beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinators. They provide information, guidance and assistance on benefit options, TRICARE Prime enrollment, special authorizations, status of claims, eligibility and assistance with referrals and appointments. If you or your family member has more severe needs, contact your TRICARE case manager.

Case management

Case management involves a team of health care professionals who help you and your family find solutions to complex health problems. It is important to inform your case manager if you are moving as he or she will connect you with the case manager at your new location.

Extended Care Health Option

The Extended Care Health Option provides financial assistance to beneficiaries of active-duty service members who qualify based on specific mental or physical disabilities. The Extended Care Health Option offers an integrated set of services and supplies beyond the basic TRICARE program. Regional contractors in each of the TRICARE regions and overseas administer the program.

Transporting medical equipment

Contact your installation’s household goods/transportation office for information on special procedures for the transportation of medical equipment.

Federal and state health care programs

Medicaid provides health coverage for individuals and families with low incomes or have a disability. The department of social services or the department of medical assistance may administer the Medicaid program in your state. Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is a cash assistance program intended to meet basic needs for disabled adults and children who have limited resources. Families must reapply after moving to a new state.

Many states offer services for children with special health care needs funded by the Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant, or Title V. State departments of health websites and local health departments can provide information on state health benefits. The Maternal and Child Health Bureau website has more information, including state points of contact.

Other important resources

TRICARE debt collection assistance officers assigned to regional offices and military treatment facilities worldwide can help beneficiaries understand and get assistance with debt collection issues related to TRICARE.

Installation Specific Information

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

Overseas Medical Screening --  All military personnel with assignment instructions for outside the continental United States who elect to serve the accompanied tour must have family members medically and educationally screened and, if required, enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). This process should be completed  as early as 6 months prior to the report no later than date (RNLTD) and not later than 30 days before RNLTD Identification during overseas medical screening can result in a delay of approval for the family member travel if the family member has an exceptional medical or educational need and has not previously been enrolled in EFMP. The Air Force EFMP program ensures members are assigned where family members with exceptional needs can receive services required.

EFMP is a program specifically designed to ensure service availability for family members of active duty military in event of a PCS, to assist families with relocation when a medical (or special education) condition exists and services are not available at the current or projected location and to assist families with finding resources on base and in the community.  Active duty sponsors are given an assignment limitation code Q (Q-Code) to identify their families enrollment in the EFMP program.

A medical exceptional need is one that requires specialized care (urology, neurology, psychiatry, developmental pediatrics, etc.) for an ongoing chronic illness.

An educational exceptional need is one which requires special educational services in order to progress academically. These services are identified on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) and may include resource room, psychological services, occupational or physical therapy, etc.

Enrollment is mandatory for all active duty military personnel who have a family member with an exceptional need.

Your EFMP status is processed through the Military Personnel Flight at your current assignment.  Likewise, the overseas medical clearance paperwork is processed through the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) at your current assignment.   It is your MTF’s responsibility at your current assignment to contact your gaining unit to ensure EFMP service availability. 

Overseas Medical Screening --  All military personnel with assignment instructions for outside the continental United States who elect to serve the accompanied tour must have family members medically and educationally screened and, if required, enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). This process should be completed  as early as 6 months prior to the report no later than date (RNLTD) and not later than 30 days before RNLTD Identification during overseas medical screening can result in a delay of approval for the family member travel if the family member has an exceptional medical or educational need and has not previously been enrolled in EFMP. The Air Force EFMP program ensures members are assigned where family members with exceptional needs can receive services required.

EFMP is a program specifically designed to ensure service availability for family members of active duty military in event of a PCS, to assist families with relocation when a medical (or special education) condition exists and services are not available at the current or projected location and to assist families with finding resources on base and in the community.  Active duty sponsors are given an assignment limitation code Q (Q-Code) to identify their families enrollment in the EFMP program.

A medical exceptional need is one that requires specialized care (urology, neurology, psychiatry, developmental pediatrics, etc.) for an ongoing chronic illness.

An educational exceptional need is one which requires special educational services in order to progress academically. These services are identified on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) and may include resource room, psychological services, occupational or physical therapy, etc.

Enrollment is mandatory for all active duty military personnel who have a family member with an exceptional need.

Your EFMP status is processed through the Military Personnel Flight at your current assignment.  Likewise, the overseas medical clearance paperwork is processed through the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) at your current assignment.   It is your MTF’s responsibility at your current assignment to contact your gaining unit to ensure EFMP service availability.


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