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Reserve Air Mobility Division Jobs Available

The 514 Air Mobility Operations Squadron (AMOS), Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ is looking for pilots(navs) with tanker and airlift backgrounds for traditional reservist positions in our unit. We have flying and non-flying positions available. Reservists who want to fly but who do not currently fly with a reserve unit may be allowed to fly KC10s or C17s with the 514 Air Mobility Wing. The availability of these positions vary with our manning. Nobody is forced to fly outside of AMOS responsibilities unless you are in an API6 flying position.

What is a reserve AMOS? The AMOS is a unit comprised of military members from an air mobility background who "plug-and-play" or augment into an Air Operation Center’s (AOC) Air Mobility Division (AMD). We are air mobility subject matter experts who plan and execute air mobility missions. We are at the Operational Level of War. We have extensive backgrounds in tactics, air mobility planning, and air mobility execution. We are not TACC nor are we deploying to "the deid." Although you can if you want. At this level of war, campaigns and major operations are designed, planned, conducted, sustained, assessed, adapted to accomplish strategic goals within theaters of areas of operations.

Our unit has a unique relationship with the 603rd Air Operations Center, Ramstein, Germany. After successful completion of Initial Training at Hurlburt Field, FL., many of our members go on to complete combat mission ready (CMR) status or a prog tour with the 603rd AOC. Our members are qualified to go TDY or deploy to any AOC around the world to support AOC exercises, campaigns, or major operations.

Our members are traditional reservists which means we are required to complete one Unit Training Assembly (UTA) each month (one weekend a month of inactive duty training) and 15 days of Annual Tour each year (active duty status with 4 paid travel days). If you live outside the local commuting area, certain critically manned AFSCs can qualify for up to $300 towards traveling expenses for inactive duty training (UTAs).

If you have any questions about the opportunities available, please send me a private message here on APC with an email address to contact.


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