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NEWS | March 11, 2024

Aviation Maintenance: MOS 151A Invited to Take Job Analysis Survey

BLUF: All MOS 151A should take the job analysis survey at the link below.    

Soldiers preparing for maintenance. 
Photo courtesy Directorate of Training and Doctrine, U.S. Army Aviation CoE
If you’re an Aviation Maintenance Technician, MOS 151A, and in the ranks of W-1 through W-3, you can assist the Warrant Officer Basic Course 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 aviation maintenance technician, MOS 151A survey is now open and will close 17 Jan 25. You can access the survey link HERE or scan the QR code below:
Scan survey QR code.
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Editor’s Note: Thanks to Carlos Testa of the Directorate of Training and Doctrine (DOTD) at the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE) for drafting this article. 
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