AFSC 1U0X1, Unmanned Aerospace System (UAS) Sensor Operator was officially established by the Air Force on January 31, 2009. The first group of students to go through the new course, started training in August 2009. UAS Sensor Operators perform duties as a mission crew member on unmanned aerospace systems.How many AFSCs can an Air Force officer have?
Air Force officers are limited to 3 AFSCs in MilPDS while Enlisted may have 4 AFSCs on record. Special Experience Identifiers (SEIs) are established to identify special experience and training.What are the alphanumeric characters for AFSC 11M4?
The officer AFSC consists of four alphanumeric characters: For example, in the AFSC 11M4: The prefix "T" designates a formal training instructor (other pre-fixes are available for other specialty positions) As with enlisted AFSCs, prefixes and suffixes may be applied to make the AFSC more specific.When did the Air Force 1uox1 course start?
The first group of students to go through the new course, started training in August 2009. UAS pilots are commissioned officers. At present, Air Force 1UOX1 specialists perform their duties on the MQ-1 Predator and the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aero vehicles (UAVs).