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1

Name the three general functional areas (subdivisions) of the 2W career field

Munitions systems, aircraft armament, and nuclear weapons

2

Why are job descriptions identified in the AFECD general in nature?

Because they must apply to a wide range of jobs within a career field or subdivisions and do not include all
duties and responsibilities of the specialty

3

What duties and responsibilities for specific skill levels of a specialty are not described in the
AFECD?

Unique base or command requirements

4

Why is it important for you to be familiar with the duties of all the subdivisions of the 2W career
field?

Because all the subdivisions of the 2W career field interrelate with each other to carry out the mission.

5

Identify the subdivisions of the 2W career field (excluding 2W0X1) and their specific
responsibilities.

1) Aircraft armament (2W1X1) - responsible for the loading of nuclear and nonnuclear air munitions,
explosives, and propellant devices on aircraft. 2) Nuclear weapons (2W2X1) - performs and manages
maintenance, inspection, storage, handling, modification, accountability and repair of nuclear weapons,
weapon components, associated equipment, and general or specialized test and handling equipment

6

What AFSC is assigned to personnel while in basic training?

9T000.

7

New airmen who have completed basic training are assigned what title and AFS code in the 2W0
career field until they are upgraded to the 3-skill level?

Munitions systems helper, AFSC 2W011

8

What AFSC identifies a semi-skilled individual?

The 2W051.

9

Whose primary responsibility is it to maintain qualification in a given specialty?

Each individual’s

10

At what skill level can a munitions specialist expect to perform supervisory positions within the unit?

7 level, craftsman

11

What are general duties and responsibilities of a 2w071, craftsman?

Supervises, inspect/process munitions, plan. Must have the experience to accomplish task.

12

What are the duties and responsibilities of a 2W071?

Supervising or performing functions of receipting, identifying, inspecting, storing, reconditioning, issuing,
delivering, maintaining, testing, and assembling guided and unguided munitions, as well as preparing and
maintaining documentation and records for inventory management actions.

13

What is the minimum grade of a munitions systems superintendent?

Senior Master sergeant (E–8)

14

What title and AFSC are assigned to a 2W0 who has reached the top of the career ladder?

Munitions systems manager, 2W000 (CEM).

15

Who has overall responsibility for the management of the CFETP?

AFCFM.

16

What are the topics discussed during a U&T Workshop?

Career field trends, new munitions, new training requirements, and needed changes to the current CFETP.

17

Where is the U&TW usually held?

Ammo Schoolhouse, Sheppard AFB, TX.

18

If you want to find the career field progression requirements, to what section of the CFETP Part I
would you refer?

Section B.

19

When, if ever, may a 3-skill level apprentice perform a task unsupervised?

When the apprentice is trained and qualified to perform the task unsupervised, except where prohibited by
safety or security requirements.

20

When may 5-skill level personnel be considered for supervisory duties?

After completing Airman Leadership School.

21

What is the minimum length of time a trainee must spend in on-the-job training before being
upgraded to the 5-skill level?

12 months.

22

What section of the CFETP Part II identifies the STS (most used section)?

Section A.

23

What section of the CFETP Part II identifies the core task table used by supervisors for upgrade
requirements?

Section B.

24

What replaces the paper-based CFETP and is now the standard tool to track and manage job
position duty-based training?

Training Business Area (TBA).

25

Who establishes the basic concepts and policies for munitions?

The Air Staff.

26

What is the purpose of a 2W0XX U&TW?

To periodically audit formal training courses and develop required changes

27

How are MAJCOMs organized in the United States?

On a functional basis.

28

How are MAJCOMs organized overseas?

On a geographical basis.

29

A supported command develops support plans and annexes for contingency operations specifically for whom?

Combatant commanders

30

During contingency operations, who establishes lower echelon ammunition control points?

MAJCOM