Telecommunications Systems Control Specialty AFSCs 30730, 30750, 30770, and 30790.
Contributor(s)AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
KeywordsPersonnel Management and Labor Relations
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AbstractInventory booklets were administered to Telecommunications Systems Control career field incumbents during late 1977 and early 1978. Survey results are based on responses from 1,582 incumbents or 73 percent of the 2,158 members of this specialty. Curriculum development personnel at Keesler Technical Training Center questioned the value of a normal analysis of data for this specialty due to limited coverage in the task list of new equipment, particularly wide-band performance assessment and circuit monitoring. In subsequent negotiations, it was agreed that while a complete data analysis was not required, the data summaries were needed for a projected training review. Thus, while this analysis is an abbreviated one, the normal data runs (ABSTRACT) have been provided to the school at Keesler AFB. Generally, first enlistment personnel in this specialty expressed satisfaction with their jobs, training, and use of their talents to about the same degree as members in allied career fields. However, career members (97+ months TAFMS) appeared to have less satisfaction and less intent to reenlist than do personnel in comparable career fields (electronics, avionics, aircraft and missile maintenance, etc.).