MOS 150A—Air traffic and Air Space Management Technician
Air traffic and Air Space Management Technician (MOS 150A) Description / Major Duties:
Supervises the effective utilization of ATC equipment and ATC personnel at all categories of Army ATC facilities; supervises fixed base ATC training and rating programs, combat support training and certification programs, and combat support and fixed base facility operations procedures; and supervises airspace management functions and airspace processing procedures into the National Airspace System (NAS).
Minimum Prerequisites for MOS 150A:
- Be a SGT (E5) or above in MOS 15Q.
- Last five years experience in MOS 15Q, hold facility ratings for both combat support tower and radar air traffic control (ATC) facility.
- Successfully pass a Class IV Flying Duty Medical Examination (FDME) IAW AR 40-501 that has been approved by the Commander, U.S. Army Aeromedical Center.
- Two years experience in air traffic control leadership positions as Tactical Team Leader or Shift Leader as defined in DA Pam 611-21. Leadership experience must be documented on NCOER's.
- Applicants from sister services or other Army MOSs will be considered based on qualifications and experience.
- Be a BNCOC graduate (now known as Advanced Leader Course) in a feeder MOS.
Preferred Prerequisites for MOS 150A:
- Two years of college credit at an accredited institution.
- Experience as a Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) air traffic controller.
Article Last Modified: February 20, 2011