UNDERSTANDING FORCE ON THE BODY
It’s crucial to ensure that Airmen possess the mental and physical fortitude to succeed in combat. Aerospace Physiologists train aircrews to handle everything from extreme G-forces to exposure to dangerous altitudes. Along with preparing Airmen, these specialists explore the effects of fatigue, stress and other limitations that a human body may experience through real-life training, countless hours of study and flight experience as non-rated officer aircrew. The knowledge and expertise they impart are vital to better equip Airmen for the stresses of their jobs.
- Plan, execute and supervise training and operational programs
- Research deep into the complex and unique field of physiology, human factors and human performance
- Provide comprehensive training on the threats, hazards and risks of Air Force operations and their mitigating strategies
- Provide educational training in a variety of Air Force classes
Bachelor’s degree(s) in Human Biology, Exercise Science/Kinesiology, and/or Zoology mandatory.
Degree(s) in Air & Space Operations, Physiology related sciences and/or Applied Psychology (Human Factors) permitted.
- Thorough understanding of aerospace physiology and closely related subjects
- Meet requirements for in-flight duties
- 22 months of experience in AP assignments
- Completion of Officer Training School course and AP Officer course
- Must be between the ages of 18 and 41
TRAINING & EDUCATION
How do we transform you from the civilian sector to a leader and an Officer in the Air Force? From education to continued training, your Air Force path is here.
OFFICER TRAINING SCHOOL
MILITARY TRAINING LOCATION
Maxwell AFB AL
- INTERESTS & SKILLS
- Aviation and Flight
TAKE A BREAK
Flights and 30-days vacation with pay each year.