Airwing

Rct.+
Crew Chief

Crew Chiefs work in the air force and are mainly responsible for ensuring aircraft care. Main areas of responsibility seen on a Crew Chief example resume are overseeing daily maintenance, identifying malfunctions and replacing parts, conducting inspections and maintaining records, and coordinating aircraft care.

2Lt.+
Pilot (Rotary & Fixed Wing)

Pilots fly various types of specialized aircraft to transport troops and equipment and to execute combat missions.

2Lt.+
Executive Officer

Often referred to as XO, the executive officer takes second-in-command. The XO handles the administrative aspects of the unit with a focus on the day-to-day operational duties. Think of this role as the assistant to the unit commander, so the commander can focus on leading.

1Lt.+
Commander

The Section Commanders are expected to deliver high-quality training and achieve high standards at all times; they are charged to provide training in drills, weapons handling, live fire coaching, field craft, personnel administration, discipline, and many other military subjects.