You can put it on there to build up your resume you just can't use it towards having 52 weeks of certified experience.Kind of sucks you aren't allowed to put FD/CD experience on there as well to beef up your resume. One base I was at, the approach FD/CD position was harder than ground and RFC.
Either you were an air traffic controller or you weren't. That sounds like range controller or something along those lines. Anything that wasn't working traffic in and out of a terminal or center environment doesn't fall under this announcement.Any idea of whether SUA Sector Controller falls under the 52 weeks? I don't believe this control position to fall under the "tactical" which is specifically excluded in the announcement.
I have the same issue, partly my fault for not getting my card signed. You should be able to call the facility and get them to email you a copy of a list of quals with dates on them, signed by a section officer or something. I dont know if thats official enough for the FAA but thats what I have.Pink card doesn't have the dates or ratings on it other than radar quals. To answer your question though yes.
Honestly everyone's best bet with these questions is to call HR. We can all guess but they will have the answer for you..*Certified experience: In receipt of an Air Traffic certification/ATC facility rating (other than the examples listed below).
Examples of NON-QUALIFYING certified experience include:
a) Military Pre- or Post-Flight Planning/Following Experience
b) Tactical Air Traffic Control
c) Air Operations
d) Flight Data
e) Clearance Delivery
f ) There is no educational substitute for the required 52 weeks of specialized experience.
is tactical ATC only talking about deployments? I was at an auxiliary landing field where the pilots do deployment type training, field carrier landing practices and such. Though it would be considered a small and slow civilian tower, it was still a decent enough amount of ops day to day to keep me busy. Does anyone think this would fall under that category?
I think that's saying if you are more than 120 days from sep you cannot claim vet pref.So if since I get out of the Air Force in November, can I not get veteran preference? (have to be within 120 days of separation)
yeah I will probably call HR about this as well.