- An Air Base Vulnerability Assessment Analysis Tool for US Air. - DTIC
- U. S. Air Force Specialty Codes AFSC MOS codes
- Thinking about Weapons Safety
- Preparing for Air Force Weapons Training - The Balance Careers
An Air Base Vulnerability Assessment Analysis Tool for US Air. - DTIC
For about 80 percent of you, the M-16 and the M-9 will be the only weapons you will ever fire during your entire Air Force career.
U. S. Air Force Specialty Codes AFSC MOS codes
Certain career fields (such as Security Forces, Pararescue, Combat Controller), need to qualify on other weapons, as well, such as the M-4 Carbine, or even the M-249 "Machine Gun." These folks will initially qualify with these weapons during technical training, and periodically throughout their career.
Thinking about Weapons Safety
How often you must qualify with the M-16, (and/or the M-9) after basic training, depends primarily on your job, your unit of assignment, and/or your deployment availability status.
Preparing for Air Force Weapons Training - The Balance Careers
Those assigned to specific types of deployment duties (such as classified courier duty), will also periodically re-qualify with the M-9 pistol).
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