MOS 67J—Aeromedical Evacuation Officer
Aeromedical Evacuation Officer (MOS 67J) Description / Major Duties:
Serves as a specially trained aeromedical evacuation aviator in a variety of key positions. Pilots assigned aircraft on aeromedical evacuation missions which supervise in-flight treatment to sustain human life and relieve suffering. Possesses full knowledge of AMEDD doctrine, organization, and equipment. Tactically employs medical aircraft, personnel, and equipment in support of land combat operations in varying tactical, terrain, and climatic environments using a variety of flying techniques and equipment. Duties include staff positions at various levels, service schools and/or training centers instructor, aviation maintenance and safety, research and development, advisory duty with Reserve Component Aviation units, and other roles as required. Duties are performed in a variety of MTOE/TDA organizations, both CONUS and OCONUS.
Article Last Modified: February 17, 2011