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ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-32 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 28 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 28 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
POSITION GRADE: O-5/LT COL
POSITION AFSC: 021A3
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE, MI
 
 127 MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1ST Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-5/Lt Col
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1st Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-5/Lt Col
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
POSITION INFORMATION
Specialty Summary
 
Leads, trains, and equips personnel supporting aerospace equipment sustainment and operations. Manages
maintenance and modification of aircraft and associated equipment. Administers aircraft maintenance programs and resources. Directs aircraft maintenance production, staff activity, and related materiel programs. Assesses unit capability and advises senior leadership. Related DoD Occupational Groups: 240400.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Directs aircraft maintenance mission generation and repair network activities. Maintains workforce discipline and responds to personnel issues while balancing workforce availability and skill levels with operational requirements. Works with functional managers to develop, formulate, and manage fiscal resources. Instills maintenance discipline, security awareness and force protection concepts. Ensures accuracy of documentation, i.e. aircraft forms and automated systems. Ensures adherence to technical data, policy, procedures, and safe maintenance practices.
  • Develops, coordinates, and executes flying and maintenance schedules. Manages aircraft configuration; daily aircraft servicing, weapons loading, launch, recovery, and repair; periodic aircraft maintenance inspections; and flightline safety and foreign object damage (FOD) prevention and dropped object programs (DOP). Manages overall aircraft fleet health and ensures aircraft availability to execute mission requirements. Analyzes aircraft maintenance indicators to identify trends and initiates corrective actions.
  • Directs maintenance activities that may include aircraft propulsion, pneudraulics, egress, fuel systems, electro-environmental, Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) and avionics systems. Also may include management of aerospace ground equipment, structural repair, low-observable repair, corrosion control, machine, welding, inspection, aero-repair, crash, damaged, disabled aircraft recovery, non-destructive inspection, and off-equipment munitions and armament suspension equipment.
  • Manages quality assurance, maintenance training, budget and resource management, analysis, facilities, shared resources to include end-of-runway and weapons load training. Manages plans and programs, modifications, and modernizations requirements.
  • Formulates maintenance plans and policies to meet unit tasking. Assesses unit maintenance capability in support of combat related operational plans and provides inputs for capability assessments for each plan. Defines aircraft maintenance procedures and requirements in response to emergency or contingency situations.
  • Coordinates core logistics requirements supporting aircraft maintenance operations. Establishes support requirements for supply requisition, repair cycle, delivery, combat support, ground and aerial port transportation, base support plans, and munitions requirements.
  • Directs and manages wholesale logistics life cycle sustainment support. Coordinates production schedules to include induction and selling systems. Defines technical problems and economic factors related to research and development, and system operational data to evaluate programs, assess trends, and identify improvements and deficiencies. Manages weapons system programs, funding of depot maintenance workloads, and transportation distribution systems. Manages logistics tests and evaluation on new acquisition programs and aircraft modifications.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. The following knowledge is mandatory for award of the AFSC: maintenance and personnel management procedures, and organizational and mission requirements; capabilities, limitations, and basic operating principles of aircraft systems and components; theory of flight and airframe construction; life cycle sustainment, quality assurance; supply, transportation, logistics plans, contracting, flying operations, munitions, and other unit operations related to aircraft maintenance units.
  • Education. For entry education requirements see Appendix A, 21A CIP Education Matrix.
  • Training. For award of the 21A3, completion of a formal AETC entry-level training course; minimum of 24 months assigned to a 21A position (Group Commanders may extend this requirement) and completion of the education and training requirements specified in the Aircraft Maintenance Officer Training Task List.
  • Experience. For award of AFSC 21A3, a minimum of 24 months of experience managing aircraft maintenance activities is mandatory.
  • Other. Not used.
 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-30 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 18 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 18 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: CIVIL ENGINEER
POSITION GRADE: O-4/MAJ
POSITION AFSC: 032E3G
LOCATION: BATTLE CREEK, MI
 
 CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2nd Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2nd Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2nd Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary.
 
Develops and implements civil engineer (CE) force employment, and provides staff supervision and technical advice. Performs and manages CE functions and activities to provide facilities and infrastructure supporting the United States and allies. Activities include programming, budgeting, project management, drafting, surveying, planning, feasibility studies, construction management, utilities operations, energy and environmental programs, land management, real property accounting, fire protection, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), disaster preparedness (DP) programs, family housing and dorm management, and mobilization programs at base level. Serves on response teams and related installation support services. Advises commanders and government officials on effective use of CE resources. Related DoD Occupational Group: 240100.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Supports combat operations and activities. Maintains trained and equipped forces capable of responding to worldwide contingencies and military operations other than war. Evaluates capabilities and develops contingency methodologies to accomplish mission objectives. Maintains emergency response force to cope with enemy attacks, major accidents, and natural disasters. Plans, develops, and executes procedures to mitigate the effects, render safe, and dispose of conventional, nuclear, chemical biological ordnance and improvised explosive devices. Provides on-scene advice to commander on control and integration of emergency response force. Develops, monitors, and briefs survivability actions and methods to recover capabilities after attack. Organizes, trains, and equips contingency forces for conventional and nuclear, biological, and chemical attack operations, and other emergency situations. Acts as weapons recovery cell director as a member of the response task force for nuclear accidents.
  • Manages a complex, highly technical environmental management and protection program and serves as the installation’s single most knowledgeable expert on DoD, AF, ANG, EPA state specific environmental laws and regulations. Manages the entire Planning, Programming, Budget and Execution (PPB&E) for the installation’s environmental quality (EQ) program area. Prepares and guides implementation of environmental program plans. In accordance with the Environmental Impact Analysis Process (EIAP) statutory requirements, the incumbent is responsible for evaluating the environmental impact of construction and renovation projects.
  • Determines requirements, establishes plans, provides designs, and directs operations, maintenance, repair, alteration, addition, and construction of facilities and utility systems. Determines personnel and material resource requirements. Plans and establishes land use, and provides environmental stewardship. Directs CE forces in support of customers' requirements, and coordinates activities with subordinate and lateral units and functions. Determines proper use of facilities and effective employment of utility systems. Acts as technical representative and engineering consultant for operations and maintenance activities. Coordinates activities with local, state, federal, and host country agencies.
  • Develops CE plans and policies. Evaluates impact of legislative action, executive orders, directives, and management decisions.
  • Consults with manpower, organization, and personnel staffs to ensure appropriate use of CE personnel. Coordinates with staff agencies on fiscal and legal matters. Directs training, business practices, and professional development activities. Serves as CE advisor to commanders. Implements standardization and evaluation, and monitors compliance of programs and policies. Directs and conducts engineering research and feasibility studies and surveys.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: contingency engineering, contingency base operations, EOD, and survivability skills, including force bed-down, expedient damage repair, and recovery after attack: methods, sources, and techniques of engineering design, construction, maintenance, operation, and repair of facilities and utility systems; resource acquisition and management; asset management; military facilities programming and planning; environmental stewardship; housing management; management of real property; fire prevention, protection, and aircraft crash rescue procedures; engineering research and development; and formulation, coordination, and administration of plans and programs.
  • Education. The following education is required for entry into AFSCs 32E1X as indicated:
  • For entry education requirements see Appendix A, 32E CIP Education Matrix.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 32E3A/B/C/E/F/G/H/I/J. Completion of Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) course WMGT 101, Air Force Civil Engineer Basic Course.
  • NOTE: For Air Reserve Component officers, AFIT courses WMGT 102, Introduction to the Base Civil Engineer Organization for Reserve Forces Course, and WMGT 484, Reserve Forces Air Base Combat Engineering Course, may be substituted for AFIT course WMGT 101.
  • 32E3H. Completion of the initial skills training course for EOD. (Navy School EOD [NAVSCOLEOD]).
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 32E3A/B/C/E/F/G/H/I/J. A minimum of 12 months of experience in the specialty shred-out.
  • Other. The following are mandatory requirements of AFSCs 32E3H as indicated:
  • For entry into this specialty (prior to being given a class slot at NAVSCOLEOD):
  • Passing color vision, as defined by correctly identifying at least 10 of 14 Ishihara Plates.
  • Primary Color Vision Test – A minimum score of 55 on the Cone Contrast Test (CCT).
  • Minimum height of 5’0”. Maximum height 6’8”.
  • No record of Claustrophobia (fear of confined spaces).
  • Candidate must have a valid, passing Air Force Physical Fitness score dated no more than 6 months prior to NAVSCOLEOD class start date.
  • Certification and recommendation by the nearest EOD-Qualified Officer to the home-station unit commander (or equivalent) for consideration and adjudication of 32E Development Team and/or Career Field Manager to become an EOD candidate.
  • Specialty requires an adjudicated Tier 3 (T3) clearance, with an initiated Tier 5 (T5) prior to attending NAVSCOLEOD. The T5 security clearance shall not be initiated until the T3 clearance is adjudicated. The T5 clearance is required due to training, assignments involving nuclear weapons, and United States Secret Service / Department of State Support NOTE: Award of the 32E1H level without a completed T5 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Top Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02_AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program.
 
Specialty Shred-outs:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Architect/Architectural Engineer
  • B Readiness Engineer
  • C Civil Engineer
  • E Electrical Engineer
  • F Mechanical Engineer
  • G General Engineer
  • H Explosive Ordnance Disposal Engineer
  • I Industrial Engineer
  • J Environmental Engineer

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
 AIR NATIONAL GUARD
ACTIVE GUARD/RESERVE (AGR) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-23 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 18 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 18 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: WARFIGHTER COMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS (DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS)
POSITION GRADE: O-4/MAJ
POSITION AFSC: 17D3Y
LOCATION: BATTLE CREEK, MI
 
217 AIR COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON
 
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1ST Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1st Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1st Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Operates, secures, configures, designs, maintains, sustains, and extends cyberspace infrastructure; provides
and employs cyberspace capabilities; and leads Department of Defense information network (DODIN) operations missions to achieve Commander’s objectives in or through cyberspace.
 
 
 
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Plans, designs, maintains, and operates information networks and cyberspace systems necessary for operations.
  • Provides a broad range of cyber-related expertise key to successful warfighting operations in the air, space, and cyberspace domains, to include the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Facilitates architectural and technical solutions to operational requirements; vets potential solutions and advises commanders on associated risks and mitigation factors.
  • Directs the extension, employment, reconfiguration, adaptation and creation of portions of cyberspace to assure mission success for commanders. This includes both deliberate and crisis action scenarios.
  • Develops plans and policies, monitors operations, and advises commanders. Assists commanders and performs staff functions related to this specialty.
  • Provides specific cyber-terrain-focused expertise to defensive cyberspace operators to enhance their ability to defend that terrain.
  • Advocates for resources when existing resources are insufficient to prosecute assigned missions.
  • Develops Primary, Alternate, Contingency, and Emergency (PACE) communications plans to support mission assurance. Manages operations with degraded capabilities while working to reestablish primary ones.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Mandatory knowledge includes information technology, wired and wireless telecommunications, computer networking, cloud architectures, electronics theory, information assurance, data links management, spectrum operations, vulnerability assessment techniques, operating system environments, scripting, operational and tactical planning, and supervisory control and data acquisition systems. Knowledge will include the military application of these technologies as well as industry best practices.
  • Education. Undergraduate or graduate education related to computer science, computer engineering, or information technology is desirable, but not required.
  • Prior service 3D, 1D7, 1B4, or 1N4XA commissioning Airmen, and equivalent career fields in other services, will be accepted into the career field regardless of undergraduate degree possessed.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory as indicated:
  • For award of AFSC 17D1XA/B, completion of IST Introduction to Cyber Fundamentals, Undergraduate Cyber Warfare Training (17XXX), and Warfighter Communications Officer Course (17DXA/B).
  • Experience.
  • For upgrade to AFSCs 17D2X/3X, unit commander determines proficiency based on performance, experience and completion of minimum training requirements.
  • For award of 17DXYindividuals must have previously held 17DXX position.
  • Other.
  • For award and retention of this AFS, specialty requires routine access to Tier 5 (T5) information, systems or similar classified environments and completion of a current T5 Investigation IAW DoDM 5200.02_AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program is mandatory. NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T5 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Top Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02_AFMAN 16 -1405.
  • Retention of these AFSCs may require favorable adjudication of counter-intelligence polygraph and/or favorable determination for access to sensitive compartmented information.
  • Members may be required to obtain and maintain a Flying Class III physical to qualify for specific positions within this AFS.
 
Specialty Shredouts:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Network Operations
  • B Expeditionary Communications Operations
  • C Capabilities Development
  • S Software Development
  • Y General
 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-28 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 13 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 13 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: COMMAND AND CONTROL BATTLE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
POSITION GRADE: E-7/MSGT
POSITION AFSC: 1C571
ASVAB: M      A      G 55  E      PER AFECD
LOCATION: ALPENA, MI
 
CRTC
 
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-6/TSgt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-7/MSgt
 
(PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
Enlisted Airmen who apply for a position which would cause an over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Manages and operates Command and Control (C2) Battle Management Systems. Performs surveillance, combat
identification, weapons control, tactical data link management, communications and computer system management. Coordinates Personnel Recovery (PR) and Search and Rescue (SAR). Counters electronic attack (EA) with electronic protection (EP) actions. Provides radar control and monitoring of air weapons during offensive and defensive air operations. Makes decisions in the conduct of battle management air operations and in system equipment management at the Tactical and Operational level of war. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 122100.
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Operate C2 Battle Management Systems equipment. As a crew member of an operational unit, interprets radar data presentation to generate console displays. Compares and reports track positions based on flight data or database files. Performs surveillance, identification, weapons control, tactical data link, and data management functions. Conducts mission planning. Responsible for Battle Management and safety of flight for air operations being controlled. Tears down, loads, transports, unloads, and erects equipment and components. Perform EP functions. Maintains maximum radar sensitivity using EP techniques to eliminate degradation caused by electronic warfare (EW) activities or other influences. Monitor operation of radar inputs and countermeasure consoles, anti-jamming
  • displays, and radar sensors to enhance radar presentations.
  • Operate Theater Battle Management Control System. Task and execute day-to-day air, space, and information operations; provide rapid reaction, positive control, and coordinate and deconflict weapons employment as well as integrate the total operations effort. Coordinate search and rescue and personnel recovery operations. Issue airspace control procedures and coordinate airspace control activities. Provide overall direction of air defense, including theater and ballistic missile defense. Produce and disseminate Air Tasking Orders, Airspace Control Orders, Special Instructions (SPINS), operational tasking data link (OPTASK LINK), tactical operational data (TACOPDAT), and Common Operational and Tactical Picture guidance, and any associated changes. Maintains logs, forms, and
  • database files.
  • Operate Air Defense Battle Control Center equipment. Gather, display, record, and distribute operational information. Coordinate with and exchanges air movement and identification information among air defense, air control, range control, and air traffic control agencies on matters pertaining to aircraft operations. Plans data link operations. Operates data link equipment and other automated data exchange devices to gather and relay command and control situational display information to create a single integrated air picture. Report emergency signals and EA observations. Maintain logs, forms, and database files. Evaluate radar detection and performance. Maintain liaison with air defense artillery, and surface naval fire units to ensure safe passage of friendly air traffic.
  • Execute the air tasking order (ATO) as directed to meet the ground commander’s objectives by coordinating and integrating air, space and cyber power in support of air component operations. Provide procedural control of CAS aircraft operating in the AO inside the Fire Support Coordination Line (FSCL). Provide procedural control of other air component aircraft as required. Establishes, maintains, and operates the autonomous reach-forward and reach-back communications architecture/infrastructure necessary for mission execution, to include the Air Force Air Request Net and Joint Air Request Net. Provides decentralized execution of immediate air support.
  • Coordinates air missions that fly within the control area to deconflict with ground force maneuver and fires, in addition to receiving target and threat updates. Assists with time-sensitive targeting and friendly force location information.
  • Utilize Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking information and the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center computer system. Conduct civil search and rescue. Coordinate with various national and international agencies. Monitor and serve as the communication focal point for ongoing search and rescue missions.
  • Performs training, planning, standardization and evaluation, and other staff duty functions. Performs staff assistance visits to subordinate units. Tests and evaluates capabilities of new equipment and propriety of new procedures.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: characteristics and limitations of aerospace surveillance and reporting systems; aircraft/missile detection and tracking systems and procedures; communication equipment capabilities and limitations; radar console and data link equipment presentations; receiving, recording and relaying system information; radar and radio capabilities and limitations; fixed and mobile command and control system characteristics; aircraft control procedures and techniques; aircraft performance characteristics and armament; meteorology concerning air weapons control operations and effects on radar operations.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or general education development (GED) equivalency is mandatory. Also, completion of high school level courses in algebra and geometry is desirable.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 1C531. Completion of a basic Command and Control Battle Management Operations Apprentice course.
  • 1C531D. Completion of the Command and Control Battle Management Operations Apprentice course and the Weapons Director Ground-Based Training course.
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 1C551. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C531. Also, experience performing operational functions within
  • Command and Control Battle Management Operations systems.
  • 1C551D. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C551 or 1C531D. Experience in controlling/directing Air Combat Training (ACT) / Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT), Offensive and Defensive Counter Air missions (OCA/DCA), Strike/Interdiction missions and Aerial Refueling.
  • 1C571. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C551. Also, experience performing or supervising functions, such as aerospace surveillance, AOC operations, combat identification, data link operations, EA and EP activities.
  • 1C571D. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C551D. Also, experience performing or supervising controlling/directing ACT/DACT missions, OCA/DCA, Strike/Interdiction missions, Aerial Refueling missions and force marshalling/Large Force Employment (LFE).
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated:
  • For entry into this specialty:
  • See attachment 4 for entry requirements.
  • For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs:
  • Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
  • Member must be qualified for Ground Based Controller (GBC) duties IAW AFI 48-123, Table A2.1. for AFSC 1C5X1D.
  • Must possess a valid state/territory driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with
  • AFI 24- 301, Vehicle Operations prior to entry into the career field.
  • Ability to speak English clearly and distinctly in accordance with Medical Standards Directory.
  • Must maintain eligibility to deploy and mobilize worldwide. Personnel with an Assignment Limitation Code of C-1 or C-2 may retain AFSC 1C5XX or 1C5X1D as long as they are capable of successfully completing all core tasks in the 1C5X1 Career Field Education and Training Plan.
  • For award and retention of AFSCs 1C551/1C551D/1C571/1C571D, the following are mandatory:
  • Attain and maintain eligibility requirements IAW the following instructional series:
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 1, GROUND ENVIRONMENT TRAINING AIR OPERATIONS CENTER
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 2, STANDARDIZATION/EVALUATION PROGRAM -AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 3, OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES-AIR OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC)
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 1, BATTLE CONTROL CENTER TRAINING
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 2, BATTLE CONTROL CENTER (BCC) EVALUATION CRITERIA
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 3, AIR DEFENSE COMMAND AND CONTROL OPERATIONS
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 1, CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER (CRC)-TRAINING
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 2, CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER EVALUATION CRITERIA
  • AFI 13-1 Vol 3, OPERATING PROCEDURES - CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER (CRC)
  • AFI 13-114 Vol 1, AIR SUPPORT OPERATIONS CENTER (ASOC) TRAINING PROGRAM
  • AFI 13-114 Vol 3, AIR SUPPORT OPERATIONS CENTER (ASOC) OPERATIONS
  • PROCEDURES 3.5.3.1.12. AETCI 13-101 Vol 1, BATTLE MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
  • AETCI 13-101 Vol 2, BATTLE MANAGEMENT STANDARDIZATION AND EVALUATION PROGRAM
  • AETCI 13-101 Vol 3, BATTLE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
  • AETCI 36-2605V9, FORMAL FLYING TRAINING ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT—BATTLE
  • MANAGEMENTTRAINING
  • Maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.
  • For award and retention of AFSCs 1C5XX:
  • Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environments.
  • Completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program.
  • NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T3 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16 -1405.
Specialty Shredouts:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • D Weapons Director
  • NOTE: Shredout D is applicable to the 3-, 5- and 7- skill level only.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-29 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 12 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 12 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: SECURITY FORCES
POSITION GRADE: E-5/SSGT
POSITION AFSC: 3P051
ASVAB: M     A    G 30 E    PER AFECD
LOCATION: BATTLE CREEK, MI
 
 SECURITY FORCES
 
(TWO VACANCIES)
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
Enlisted Airmen who apply for a position which would cause an over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Leads, manages, supervises, and performs security force (SF) activities in direct support of two-thirds of the United States Nuclear Enterprise; weapon system and physical security; law and order; military working dog; combat arms and area security operations. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 107000.
 
 
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Leads, manages, supervises, and performs force protection duties employing up to the use of deadly force to protect personnel and resources. Protects nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other critical resources. Performs air base defense functions contributing to the force protection mission. Defends personnel, equipment, and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations. Operates in various field environments, performs mounted and dismounted individual and team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures, convoys, military operations other than war, antiterrorism duties, and other special duties. Operates communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, individual and crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment. Applies self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures as first responders to accident and disaster scenes.
  • Provides armed response and controls entry to installations and protection level resources. Detects and reports presence of unauthorized personnel and activities and implements security reporting and alerting system. Enforces standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives. Directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic; investigates motor vehicle accidents, minor crimes, and incidents; and operates speed measuring, drug and alcohol, and breath test devices. Secures crime and incident scenes; apprehends and detains suspects; searches persons and property; and collects, seizes, and preserves evidence. Conducts interviews of witnesses and suspects and obtains statements and testifies in official judicial proceedings. Responds to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies.
  • Develops plans, policies, procedures, and detailed instructions to implement SF programs. Plans, organizes, and schedules SF activities and provides oversight, guidance, and assistance to commanders with the application of physical security and force protections in support of priority resources. Operates pass and registration activities and supervises and trains SF augmentees. Employs and utilizes the Incident Command System construct during emergency planning, response recovery operations. Inspects and evaluates effectiveness of SF personnel and activities.
  • Provides guidance on employment and utilization of military working dog teams. Ensures proficiency training and certification standards are maintained. Employs military working dogs to support worldwide security force operations and executive agency requirements to include nuclear, Presidential support, federal law enforcement and national strategic programs. Ensures health and welfare of military working dogs. Trains handlers and military working dogs on all aspects of military working dog training. Maintains dog training and usage records and is responsible for storage, handling, and security of drug and explosive training aids.
  • Leads, manages, supervises, and implements ground weapons training programs. Controls and safeguards arms, ammunition, and equipment and instructs ground weapons qualification training. Provides guidance on weapons placement to security forces and ground defense force commanders. Inspects ground weapons and replaces unserviceable parts and analyzes malfunctions by inspection and serviceability testing. Uses precision gauges, testing instruments, and special tools to adjust parts and operating mechanisms. Function- fires weapons for accuracy and serviceability. Controls and operates firing ranges and associated facilities to include supervising construction and rehabilitation.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: Weaponry, laws, directives, programs, policies, and procedures governing SF activities; installation security; weapon system and resource security; anti-terrorism; law enforcement and investigations; military working dogs; air base defense; training; pass and registration; civilian work force; and combat arms.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or General Equivalency Diploma.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable Career Development Course requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan:  3P031. Completion of the security forces (SF) apprentice course.
  • 3P0X1A. Completion of the military working dog handler course.
  • 3P0X1B. Completion of the combat arms apprentice course.
  • 3P071. Completion of the Security Forces course and the in residence Security Forces Craftsman course.
  • Experience. The following experience (if listed) is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable task requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan: 3P051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031.
  • 3P051A. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031A.  
  • 3P051B. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031B.
  • 3P071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P051/A/B. Also, experience supervising or performing functions such as weapon systems and resource security, air base defense, law enforcement, military working dog functions, or combat arms functions.
  • 3P091. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P071. Also, experience in leading and directing SF activities.
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: For entry into this specialty:  Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
  • No history of excessive alcohol use or been arrested in the past two years for two or more alcohol related incidents regardless of disposition, except when found not guilty.
  • Must not have used a substance (sniffing/huffing) to obtain an altered conscious state from aerosol spray, lighter fluid, petro chemical, adhesives, Freon, or any other chemical for a purpose not intended for use.
  • No more than one active wage garnishment for delinquency.
  • No more than two delinquent charge off/collection (>= 30 days) payments within last two years.
  • Within three years prior to entry into military service, not have been terminated from civilian employment more than twice for reasons of misconduct, theft, or alcohol use.
  • No record of sleep disorders to include, but not limited to, sleep apneas, insomnias, hypersomnias, narcolepsy, or restless leg syndrome.
  • No current diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or perceptual or learning disorder(s), with no use of medication(s) to treat same in the last 12 months.
  • No history of any of the Bipolar and Related Disorders, Depressive Disorders, or Anxiety Disorders.
  • See attachment 4 for additional entry requirements.
  • For entry into 3P0X1A/B, qualification in and must possess a minimum 3P031 AFSC and two years of total active federal military service. ANG/AFRC personnel must be at least an A1C with 2-years time in service (TIS) up to a TSgt with less than 16-years TIS.
  • Must earn a minimum of 5 on the Security Forces 3-Facet model completed in Tailored Adaptive Assessment System (TAPAS).
  • For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs, the following are mandatory:  No recorded evidence of personality disorder that negatively affects duty performance. Must not have a sustained or untreatable emotional instability to include depression or suicidal ideations.
  • Must not have a record of suicidal attempts, gestures, threats or history of self-mutilation.
  • Distance visual acuity correctable to 20/20 in one eye and 20/30 in the other.
  • Qualification for arming, suitability to arm, or suitability under Personnel Reliability Assurance Standards IAW AFI 31-117, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel.
  • Never been convicted by a general, special, or summary courts-martial.
  • Never received non-judicial punishment under the UCMJ for offenses involving substantiated drug abuse as defined in AFI 44-121, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program.
  • Never been diagnosed with a severe substance use disorder by a certified medical provider. For the purpose of retention standards as part of this classification directory, alcohol related disorders are defined separately from other substance use disorders.
  • Never received nonjudicial punishment for acts of larceny, wrongful appropriation, robbery, burglary, housebreaking, misconduct in combat as defined in UCMJ articles 99-106, or any act that harms or has the potential to harm the physical safety or well- being of animals to include Military Working Dogs.
  • Never have been convicted by a civilian court of a Category 1 or 2 offense. Conviction of Category 3 offenses are not acceptable for entry into the AFSC. After award of the AFSC, conviction of Category 3 offenses are grounds for withdrawal of the AFSC if deemed appropriate by the commander. Category 4 traffic offenses alone are not disqualifying. Offenses are described and listed in AFI 36-2002, Regular Air Force and Special Category Accessions, Uniform Guide List of Typical Offenses.
  • No speech disorder or noticeable communication deficiency as defined in AFI 48-123.
  • Individuals who have had their spleen removed are not eligible for assignment to the military working dog program or any canine functions.
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.
  • No diagnosed fear of fear of heights or confined spaces.
  • No documented record of gang affiliation.
  • No fear working around nuclear weapons or components, nor have an identifiable negative opinion of the role of nuclear weapons in our nation’s strategic deterrent mission.
  • Must not have used/distributed/manufactured illicit narcotics as defined in schedule I/II, used a drug that can cause a flashback, or been arrested for narcotics in schedules I through V as listed in 21 USC §812. Exclude use of marijuana, hashish, or other cannabis-based products for entry unless that use resulted in the documentation of a use disorder by a credentialed medical provider.
  • Never failed (or failed to participate in) prescribed rehabilitation program or treatment regimen after being diagnosed by a certified medical provider with an alcohol use disorder.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs, must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.  
  • Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environments. For award and retention of AFSCs 3P0XX, completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program, is mandatory.
  • NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T3 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16 -1405.
 
Specialty Shredouts
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Military Working Dog Handler
  • B Combat Arms
 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-29 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 12 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 12 FEB 2022 
POSITION TITLE: SECURITY FORCES
POSITION GRADE: E-5/SSGT
POSITION AFSC: 3P051
ASVAB: M     A    G 30 E    PER AFECD
LOCATION: BATTLE CREEK, MI
 
 SECURITY FORCES
 
(TWO VACANCIES)
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
Enlisted Airmen who apply for a position which would cause an over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Leads, manages, supervises, and performs security force (SF) activities in direct support of two-thirds of the United States Nuclear Enterprise; weapon system and physical security; law and order; military working dog; combat arms and area security operations. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 107000.
 
 
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Leads, manages, supervises, and performs force protection duties employing up to the use of deadly force to protect personnel and resources. Protects nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other critical resources. Performs air base defense functions contributing to the force protection mission. Defends personnel, equipment, and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations. Operates in various field environments, performs mounted and dismounted individual and team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures, convoys, military operations other than war, antiterrorism duties, and other special duties. Operates communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, individual and crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment. Applies self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures as first responders to accident and disaster scenes.
  • Provides armed response and controls entry to installations and protection level resources. Detects and reports presence of unauthorized personnel and activities and implements security reporting and alerting system. Enforces standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives. Directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic; investigates motor vehicle accidents, minor crimes, and incidents; and operates speed measuring, drug and alcohol, and breath test devices. Secures crime and incident scenes; apprehends and detains suspects; searches persons and property; and collects, seizes, and preserves evidence. Conducts interviews of witnesses and suspects and obtains statements and testifies in official judicial proceedings. Responds to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies.
  • Develops plans, policies, procedures, and detailed instructions to implement SF programs. Plans, organizes, and schedules SF activities and provides oversight, guidance, and assistance to commanders with the application of physical security and force protections in support of priority resources. Operates pass and registration activities and supervises and trains SF augmentees. Employs and utilizes the Incident Command System construct during emergency planning, response recovery operations. Inspects and evaluates effectiveness of SF personnel and activities.
  • Provides guidance on employment and utilization of military working dog teams. Ensures proficiency training and certification standards are maintained. Employs military working dogs to support worldwide security force operations and executive agency requirements to include nuclear, Presidential support, federal law enforcement and national strategic programs. Ensures health and welfare of military working dogs. Trains handlers and military working dogs on all aspects of military working dog training. Maintains dog training and usage records and is responsible for storage, handling, and security of drug and explosive training aids.
  • Leads, manages, supervises, and implements ground weapons training programs. Controls and safeguards arms, ammunition, and equipment and instructs ground weapons qualification training. Provides guidance on weapons placement to security forces and ground defense force commanders. Inspects ground weapons and replaces unserviceable parts and analyzes malfunctions by inspection and serviceability testing. Uses precision gauges, testing instruments, and special tools to adjust parts and operating mechanisms. Function- fires weapons for accuracy and serviceability. Controls and operates firing ranges and associated facilities to include supervising construction and rehabilitation.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: Weaponry, laws, directives, programs, policies, and procedures governing SF activities; installation security; weapon system and resource security; anti-terrorism; law enforcement and investigations; military working dogs; air base defense; training; pass and registration; civilian work force; and combat arms.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or General Equivalency Diploma.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable Career Development Course requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan:  3P031. Completion of the security forces (SF) apprentice course.
  • 3P0X1A. Completion of the military working dog handler course.
  • 3P0X1B. Completion of the combat arms apprentice course.
  • 3P071. Completion of the Security Forces course and the in residence Security Forces Craftsman course.
  • Experience. The following experience (if listed) is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable task requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan: 3P051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031.
  • 3P051A. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031A.  
  • 3P051B. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P031B.
  • 3P071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P051/A/B. Also, experience supervising or performing functions such as weapon systems and resource security, air base defense, law enforcement, military working dog functions, or combat arms functions.
  • 3P091. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P071. Also, experience in leading and directing SF activities.
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: For entry into this specialty:  Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
  • No history of excessive alcohol use or been arrested in the past two years for two or more alcohol related incidents regardless of disposition, except when found not guilty.
  • Must not have used a substance (sniffing/huffing) to obtain an altered conscious state from aerosol spray, lighter fluid, petro chemical, adhesives, Freon, or any other chemical for a purpose not intended for use.
  • No more than one active wage garnishment for delinquency.
  • No more than two delinquent charge off/collection (>= 30 days) payments within last two years.
  • Within three years prior to entry into military service, not have been terminated from civilian employment more than twice for reasons of misconduct, theft, or alcohol use.
  • No record of sleep disorders to include, but not limited to, sleep apneas, insomnias, hypersomnias, narcolepsy, or restless leg syndrome.
  • No current diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or perceptual or learning disorder(s), with no use of medication(s) to treat same in the last 12 months.
  • No history of any of the Bipolar and Related Disorders, Depressive Disorders, or Anxiety Disorders.
  • See attachment 4 for additional entry requirements.
  • For entry into 3P0X1A/B, qualification in and must possess a minimum 3P031 AFSC and two years of total active federal military service. ANG/AFRC personnel must be at least an A1C with 2-years time in service (TIS) up to a TSgt with less than 16-years TIS.
  • Must earn a minimum of 5 on the Security Forces 3-Facet model completed in Tailored Adaptive Assessment System (TAPAS).
  • For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs, the following are mandatory:  No recorded evidence of personality disorder that negatively affects duty performance. Must not have a sustained or untreatable emotional instability to include depression or suicidal ideations.
  • Must not have a record of suicidal attempts, gestures, threats or history of self-mutilation.
  • Distance visual acuity correctable to 20/20 in one eye and 20/30 in the other.
  • Qualification for arming, suitability to arm, or suitability under Personnel Reliability Assurance Standards IAW AFI 31-117, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel.
  • Never been convicted by a general, special, or summary courts-martial.
  • Never received non-judicial punishment under the UCMJ for offenses involving substantiated drug abuse as defined in AFI 44-121, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program.
  • Never been diagnosed with a severe substance use disorder by a certified medical provider. For the purpose of retention standards as part of this classification directory, alcohol related disorders are defined separately from other substance use disorders.
  • Never received nonjudicial punishment for acts of larceny, wrongful appropriation, robbery, burglary, housebreaking, misconduct in combat as defined in UCMJ articles 99-106, or any act that harms or has the potential to harm the physical safety or well- being of animals to include Military Working Dogs.
  • Never have been convicted by a civilian court of a Category 1 or 2 offense. Conviction of Category 3 offenses are not acceptable for entry into the AFSC. After award of the AFSC, conviction of Category 3 offenses are grounds for withdrawal of the AFSC if deemed appropriate by the commander. Category 4 traffic offenses alone are not disqualifying. Offenses are described and listed in AFI 36-2002, Regular Air Force and Special Category Accessions, Uniform Guide List of Typical Offenses.
  • No speech disorder or noticeable communication deficiency as defined in AFI 48-123.
  • Individuals who have had their spleen removed are not eligible for assignment to the military working dog program or any canine functions.
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.
  • No diagnosed fear of fear of heights or confined spaces.
  • No documented record of gang affiliation.
  • No fear working around nuclear weapons or components, nor have an identifiable negative opinion of the role of nuclear weapons in our nation’s strategic deterrent mission.
  • Must not have used/distributed/manufactured illicit narcotics as defined in schedule I/II, used a drug that can cause a flashback, or been arrested for narcotics in schedules I through V as listed in 21 USC §812. Exclude use of marijuana, hashish, or other cannabis-based products for entry unless that use resulted in the documentation of a use disorder by a credentialed medical provider.
  • Never failed (or failed to participate in) prescribed rehabilitation program or treatment regimen after being diagnosed by a certified medical provider with an alcohol use disorder.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs, must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.  
  • Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environments. For award and retention of AFSCs 3P0XX, completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program, is mandatory.
  • NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T3 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16 -1405.
 
Specialty Shredouts
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Military Working Dog Handler
  • B Combat Arms
 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  22-26 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 10 JAN 2022  CLOSING DATE: 31 JAN 2022 
POSITION TITLE: CIVIL ENGINEER
POSITION GRADE: O-4/MAJ
POSITION AFSC: 032E3G
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE, MI
 
 CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1ST Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-2/1st Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
 (PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
 
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary.
 
Develops and implements civil engineer (CE) force employment, and provides staff supervision and technical advice. Performs and manages CE functions and activities to provide facilities and infrastructure supporting the United States and allies. Activities include programming, budgeting, project management, drafting, surveying, planning, feasibility studies, construction management, utilities operations, energy and environmental programs, land management, real property accounting, fire protection, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), disaster preparedness (DP) programs, family housing and dorm management, and mobilization programs at base level. Serves on response teams and related installation support services. Advises commanders and government officials on effective use of CE resources. Related DoD Occupational Group: 240100.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Supports combat operations and activities. Maintains trained and equipped forces capable of responding to worldwide contingencies and military operations other than war. Evaluates capabilities and develops contingency methodologies to accomplish mission objectives. Maintains emergency response force to cope with enemy attacks, major accidents, and natural disasters. Plans, develops, and executes procedures to mitigate the effects, render safe, and dispose of conventional, nuclear, chemical biological ordnance and improvised explosive devices. Provides on-scene advice to commander on control and integration of emergency response force. Develops, monitors, and briefs survivability actions and methods to recover capabilities after attack. Organizes, trains, and equips contingency forces for conventional and nuclear, biological, and chemical attack operations, and other emergency situations. Acts as weapons recovery cell director as a member of the response task force for nuclear accidents.
  • Determines requirements, establishes plans, provides designs, and directs operations, maintenance, repair, alteration, addition, and construction of facilities and utility systems. Determines personnel and material resource requirements. Plans and establishes land use, and provides environmental stewardship. Directs CE forces in support of customers' requirements, and coordinates activities with subordinate and lateral units and functions. Determines proper use of facilities and effective employment of utility systems. Acts as technical representative and engineering consultant for operations and maintenance activities. Coordinates activities with local, state, federal, and host country agencies.
  • Develops CE plans and policies. Evaluates impact of legislative action, executive orders, directives, and management decisions.
  • Consults with manpower, organization, and personnel staffs to ensure appropriate use of CE personnel. Coordinates with staff agencies on fiscal and legal matters. Directs training, business practices, and professional development activities. Serves as CE advisor to commanders. Implements standardization and evaluation, and monitors compliance of programs and policies. Directs and conducts engineering research and feasibility studies and surveys.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: contingency engineering, contingency base operations, EOD, and survivability skills, including force bed-down, expedient damage repair, and recovery after attack: methods, sources, and techniques of engineering design, construction, maintenance, operation, and repair of facilities and utility systems; resource acquisition and management; asset management; military facilities programming and planning; environmental stewardship; housing management; management of real property; fire prevention, protection, and aircraft crash rescue procedures; engineering research and development; and formulation, coordination, and administration of plans and programs.
  • Education. The following education is required for entry into AFSCs 32E1X as indicated:
  • For entry education requirements see Appendix A, 32E CIP Education Matrix.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 32E3A/B/C/E/F/G/H/I/J. Completion of Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) course WMGT 101, Air Force Civil Engineer Basic Course.
  • NOTE: For Air Reserve Component officers, AFIT courses WMGT 102, Introduction to the Base Civil Engineer Organization for Reserve Forces Course, and WMGT 484, Reserve Forces Air Base Combat Engineering Course, may be substituted for AFIT course WMGT 101.
  • 32E3H. Completion of the initial skills training course for EOD. (Navy School EOD [NAVSCOLEOD]).
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
  • 32E3A/B/C/E/F/G/H/I/J. A minimum of 12 months of experience in the specialty shred-out.
  • Other. The following are mandatory requirements of AFSCs 32E3H as indicated:
  • For entry into this specialty (prior to being given a class slot at NAVSCOLEOD):
  • Passing color vision, as defined by correctly identifying at least 10 of 14 Ishihara Plates.
  • Primary Color Vision Test – A minimum score of 55 on the Cone Contrast Test (CCT).
  • Minimum height of 5’0”. Maximum height 6’8”.
  • No record of Claustrophobia (fear of confined spaces).
  • Candidate must have a valid, passing Air Force Physical Fitness score dated no more than 6 months prior to NAVSCOLEOD class start date.
  • Certification and recommendation by the nearest EOD-Qualified Officer to the home-station unit commander (or equivalent) for consideration and adjudication of 32E Development Team and/or Career Field Manager to become an EOD candidate.
  • Specialty requires an adjudicated Tier 3 (T3) clearance, with an initiated Tier 5 (T5) prior to attending NAVSCOLEOD. The T5 security clearance shall not be initiated until the T3 clearance is adjudicated. The T5 clearance is required due to training, assignments involving nuclear weapons, and United States Secret Service / Department of State Support NOTE: Award of the 32E1H level without a completed T5 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Top Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02_AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program.
 
Specialty Shred-outs:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Architect/Architectural Engineer
  • B Readiness Engineer
  • C Civil Engineer
  • E Electrical Engineer
  • F Mechanical Engineer
  • G General Engineer
  • H Explosive Ordnance Disposal Engineer
  • I Industrial Engineer
  • J Environmental Engineer

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

HOW TO APPLY:  Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@army.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc).  In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions.  Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
 
2.  *AT A MINIMUM YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
 
     a.  COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612).  Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
 
     b.  Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
     c.  An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
 
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
 
1.  The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
 
2.  Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty.  Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
 
3.  Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
 
4.  Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
 
5.  Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant's own expense.
 
6.  Initial AGR tour orders are probationary.  Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 

Contact

AIR: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
ARMY: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.hro-staffing@mail.mil