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NEWS | Aug. 3, 2023

Aviation Maintenance: MOS 15N Invited to Take Job Analysis Survey

BLUF: All MOS 15Ns should take the job analysis survey at the link below.

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Matthew Ellis, Charlie Company, 1-210th Aviation Regiment, 15N Avionics Mechanic Instructor, communicates with students using headsets during a hands-on training session.
Photo by Abraham Essenmacher
If you’re an avionic mechanic, MOS 15N, you can assist the critical task site selection board (CTSSB)—assembled by the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence—by completing an online job analysis survey ASAP. The results of the survey will be used to update the individual critical task list, which guides future instruction and training.

The Aircraft Avionic Mechanic MOS 15N survey is now open and will close 30 June 2024. You can access the survey link HERE or scan the QR code below:
QR code to 15N job analysis survey
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