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Combat Control

Oshkosh, WI
United States Air Force
Posted 06/12/2024

THE FIRST TO BATTLE
Some of the military’s most difficult missions are carried out by Combat Controller (CCT) who operates in remote, often hostile areas. Acting as a one-man attachment to other special forces teams, these highly specialized Airmen are trained in a wide range of skills, including scuba, parachuting and snowmobiling, as well as being FAA-certified air traffic controllers in order to establish air control and provide combat support on missions all over the globe.

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REQUIREMENTS
You must meet several requirements before joining the Air Force. These concern your background, overall health and other standards set by the Air Force, Department of Defense and federal law.
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Minimum Education

A High School Senior (age 17 or older)*, High school diploma, a GED, or 15 college semester hours

*High School Students may start their application as early as the end of their junior year.


ASVAB Score Requirements
49 General (G)
Qualifications
  • Successful completion of the Special Warfare Operator Enlistment IFT
  • Minimum score of 30 on CCT selection model completed in Tailored Adaptive Personality Assessment System
  • Physical qualification for air traffic controller duty, marine diving duty and parachute duty
  • Physical qualification and maintenance of personal physical standards
  • Normal color vision and depth perception
  • Completion of a current National Agency Check, Local Agency Checks and Credit Check
  • Qualification as a static-line parachutist
  • Completion of 7.5 weeks of Basic Military Training
  • Must be at least 17, but has not reached age 42 on the date of enlistment

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