Overview: Building and maintaining airfields, structures and utilities are responsibilities of Civil Engineers, who may specialize in architectural, electrical, mechanical or environmental engineering. Their work may range from design and construction management functions that are very similar to their civilian counterparts, to specific military tasks, including supervising explosive ordnance disposal, disaster preparedness and combat support operations.
- Plan, design and direct construction, maintenance and modifications of facilities and utilities
- Maintain emergency response force to cope with attacks, major accidents and natural disasters
- Plan and execute procedures to mitigate the effects, render safe and dispose of conventional, nuclear, chemical, biological and improvised explosive devices (IED)
- Conduct engineering research, feasibility studies and surveys
- Bachelor's Degree with undergraduate specialization in architecture or civil, electrical, general, construction, architectural or mechanical engineering from an accredited institution
- Commission as an officer in the Air Force Reserve
- Normal color vision
- Minimum height of 5'2" and maximum height of 6'8"
- No record of claustrophobia
- No record of emotional instability
- Normal depth perception
- Candidate must have a valid, passing Air Force Physical Fitness score dated no more than 6 months prior to Navy EOD School class start date
- Eligibility for Top Secret security clearance
- For those without a prior military service commission, successful completion of the nine week Officer Training School at Maxwell AFB, AL is required