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Air Force Mechanic A Career Worth Considering For Future Pilots



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Working on the F-22 Aircraft as a mechanic in the Air Force is one of the newest specialty jobs in the Air Force. The F-22 is the most state of the Art aircraft currently in play in the United States Armed Forces, the Raptor, as it is known, is the newest addition to the aviation division of the United States Air Force. The Aircraft itself borrows heavily from a variety of designs including Soviet Union Fulcrum and Flanker aircraft, as well as the Stealth Bomber and Stealth Fighter of the current United States Military.

The lift and vortex performance that different airframes in the Soviet Union had in the 1980s caught the attention of the designers, and so there are engineering advances from what is now Russia that were used in designing and constructing the F-22 Raptor. Each of the Soviet Aircraft had specific flaws but the good parts of their design bring new factors to the operation of the F-22 Aircraft. The F-22 was first commissioned in 1981 as the next generation Air Force and US Military Jet Fighter, but it has been renamed both the F-22 Raptor and the multi force Strike ATF fighter. Few mechanics had ever seen an F-22 and there were no trained mechanics to work on it.

What is a Air Force Mechanic?

An Air Force F-22 Mechanic is a person who is specifically trained to perform both routine maintenance and periodic element and part replacement on the F-22 Aircraft. A person desiring to be an F-22 Mechanic first attends 9 weeks of basic training to become an Air Force Enlisted person. After boot camp, an Air Force F-22 mechanic is sent to advanced training school at the Filed Training Detachment located at Tyndall Air Force Base, or Nellis Air Force Base. A mechanic studies the overall F-22 Airframe, electronics systems, weapons systems, engine and flight control systems, as well as a host of other mechanical and technical systems. Mechanics often attend a pre mechanic school learning about other Air Force and United States military Airframes such as the F-14, F-16, and F-18, before studying about the systems present on the F-22 Raptor.

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A mechanic will study from between 12 and 18 weeks to become minimally proficient in F-22 Raptor mechanical systems, and will undergo further training as they pursue a mechanical career in the Air Force. There are constantly updates and training to keep a person proficient with a particular Air Force Aircraft.

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military dot image Kelly Bryant    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

If He (or) She join’s the Air Force to be an Air Force Mechanic, Does He (or) She have to go out to where our Honored Troops are at war?

~Kelly Lynn Bryant~


military dot image arin    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

mechanics are deployed to Air Force Bases abroad, but they most likely will not see any combat, as it is not their trained specialty.


military dot image David    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Does each division of the military have mechanic openings? What skills are required before inlisting? And who should I talk to about this. Also, what is covered in the aptitude tests.


military dot image Katie    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

How often do the Air Force Mechanic’s get to come home? And are they on leave alot?


military dot image jason furlong    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

i’m asking for some help abot enlisting. i’m 35 and live in atlanta,ga. please contact me when this is sent. 678-949-1527. thank you.


military dot image kyle    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

what type of training is involved before enlisting, possibly vocational school?


military dot image Christopher gitchel    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Im interested in being a mechanic for the air force.


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military dot image SSGT    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Talk to your nearest Air Force recruter. Here is the short verson, you leave for basic for 8 1/2 weeks. then you will go straight to technical school to learn the very basics about aircrafts. From there you will be assigned to your first duty station. If you work the flight line expect long hours and working in the elements. If your in iso or a backshop you will be inside most of the time and your days will be more structured. It is not an easy way to make a living in the Air Force. If your not tough the flight line will chew you up and spit you back out. Let me know if you want more info.


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military dot image yolanda ruby amador    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I want to become a airforce mechanic after i graduate highschool what is it that i have to do next?


military dot image larryf    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hi Yolanda, I would google ‘air force mechanic’ and read all you can. Also research on the http://www.airforce.com website as the official air force should update any and all info re mechanics. Lastly, call your area recruiter and talk to him/her re this job. Insure your prospects of getting this school. Good luck and thank you for your interest in serving your country!


military dot image john e boyd    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

my nieghbors boy told me no one respects all his air force experiance and it was a waste of time .

everyone is find out this ugly truth


military dot image aaliyah    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

him i meant to say maybe he should try to go to a different location I’ve been in the air force for 20 years and been respected very well


military dot image kyle    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

what is the height recquirement to become an F-22 navigator pilot?


military dot image david    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

does it mean you only recruit americans only? coz i m interested in joining and am a non american.


military dot image larryf    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Need a green card and/or us citizen. Politics are changing so you may want to contact your local designated recruiter. Best. lf


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