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They  also  supervise  securing  of  aircraft  and  equipment and perform crash rescue, fire-fighting, crash removal, and  damage  control  duties. Aviation Support Equipment Technician.— The insignia  for  the  Aviation  Support  Equipment Technician (AS) rating is a winged symbol of a crossed maul and spark. ASs  perform  preventive  and  corrective maintenance  on  aviation  support  equipment,  aviation armament-handling  equipment,  aviation  mobile fire-fighting  units,  materials-handling  equipment, hoisting  and  lifting  devices,  and  associated  components and systems.    They also manage support equipment assets at different command levels and provide training in  operation  and  maintenance  of  aviation  support equipment. OCCUPATIONAL  FIELD  7  (AIR  TRAFFIC CONTROL).— This occupational field encompasses only  the  Air  Traffic  Controller  (AC)  rating.  The insignia for the AC rating is the symbol of a winged microphone. ACs provide air traffic control services in air traffic control towers and in radar air traffic control and fleet area control and surveillance facilities, as well as air operations offices ashore and afloat. ACs operate radio communication systems and light signals and systems and direct aircraft under visual flight rules (VFR) and instrument  flight  rules  (IFR)  conditions.  They  also operate  ground  and  shipboard  controlled  approach systems,  assist  pilots  in  the  preparation  and  processing of  flight  plans  and  clearances,  and  maintain  up-to-date flight  planning  information  and  reference  materials. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELD   8   (WEAPONS CONTROL).— This occupational field encompasses the   Electronics   Technician   (ET),   Fire   Control Technician (FT), and Fire Controlman (FC) ratings. Electronics  Technician.—The  insignia  for  the Electronics Technician (ET) rating is the symbol of a helium  atom. ETs perform maintenance on electronic equipment used   for   communication,   detection,   tracking, recognition,  identification,  and  aids  to  navigation (exceptions:   airborne   equipment,   data   processing systems,   interior   communications   systems, teletypewriters,   sonar,   dead   reckoning   analyzer indicators, weapons control systems, and electronic warfare  systems). Fire Control Technician.—The insignia for the Fire Control Technician (FT) rating is the symbol of a range finder. FTs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate  level maintenance  on  submarine  weapons  control  systems equipment  and  associated  weapons  control  systems  test equipment.  They  operate  submarine  weapons  control systems. They also operate and maintain associated systems   test   equipment   and   participate   in weapons-handling  functions. Fire Controlman.—The  insignia  for  the  Fire Controlman (FC) rating is the symbol of a range finder with sparks on each side facing inward. FCs  perform  organizational  and  intermediate  level maintenance on surface missile and gun fire control systems  and  associated  test  equipment.  They  operate 2-16

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