CIN:   C-210-2010
TITLE:
AVIATION WARFARE SYSTEMS OPERATOR CLASS A1
STATUS:
A
STATUS DATE:
7/15/1975
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 5/27/2002
COURSE LENGTH: 115
COURSE SECURITY: SECRET
TYPE COURSE:
A1 ENLISTED 'A' SCHOOL
SKILL AWARD:
x
PURPOSE:
To provide selected enlisted Navy personnel with the knowledge and skills which will enable graduates to readily assimilate further training in a specific aviation platform and contribute to the fulfillment of the knowledge requirements for Aviation Warfare Systems Operator (AW) at the E-4 level.
SCOPE:
Instruction includes basic theory of airborne warfare detection systems including capabilities, limitations, and basic employment tactics; fundamentals of acoustic and non-acoustic analysis and factors affecting sensor equipment operation, including environmental and oceanographic conditions. In addition, the course covers basic sensor systems theory and ASW aircraft currently employed and their application in modern ASW.
PREREQUISITES:
ASVAB=ASVAB: AR+2MK+GS=196 and

COURSE=050-1500, NACCS and

OTHER=Navy enlisted personnel must be physically qualified and aeronautically adapted for all duties involving flying as a Naval Aircrewman as required by the Manual of the Medical Department, U.S. Navy. Have a clearly understandable speaking voice. No speech impediment. Visual acuity correctable to 20/20. Normal color perception. Normal hearing. MUST BE A VOLUNTEER for duty involving flying. and

RATE=AN and

SECURITY CLEARANCE=SECRET and

SKILL=NEC-7801 and

SKILL=NEC-7815
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC):
RESOURCE SPONSOR: N78
TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: