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Missile and Space System Maintenance
Overview: Military missiles may place astronauts in orbit or deliver weapons in combat, and their guidance, mechanical, fuel and other systems are highly complex. It’s the role of Missile and Space Systems Maintenance specialists to ensure that all systems are functioning optimally on a 24/365 basis.
- Performs missile maintenance actions at support base, launch, launch control, and storage facilities, and ensures compliance with international treaties.
- Performs preventive maintenance inspections and electrical tests on missiles; missile components; launch and launch control facilities; support vehicles; hydraulic and pneumatic systems
- Performs intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) coding activities.
- Supervises transportation, assembly, and inspection of space lift booster and payload functions, their subsystems, and support equipment
- Performs and evaluates laboratory R&D activities.
- Minimum ASVAB score of 70 on Electrical
- Screened for eligibility and meet requirements of the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP)
- No record of acrophobia (fear of heights) or claustrophobia
- Normal color vision and depth perception
- Qualification to operate government vehicles
- Candidates without prior military experience are required to attend 8 ½ weeks of Basic Military Training (BMT) at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX followed by Technical Training
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