Careers Career Paths Air Force Enlisted Job Categories Mechanical Category Share PINTEREST Email Print Stacy L. Pearsall/Getty Images Career Paths US Military Careers Technology Careers Sports Careers Sales Project Management Professional Writer Music Careers Media Legal Careers Government Careers Finance Careers Fiction Writing Careers Entertainment Careers Criminology Careers Book Publishing Aviation Animal Careers Advertising Learn More By Rod Powers Rod Powers Air Force NCO Academy Rod Powers was a retired Air Force First Sergeant with 22 years of active duty service. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 06/25/19 The Air Force offers two enlistment options for new recruits. The first one is "guaranteed job," where the applicant has a specific job guaranteed in their enlistment contract. The second option is the "guaranteed aptitude area," where applicants are guaranteed to receive a job in a specific aptitude area, but won't actually find out what the job is until they are in basic training. Below are the Air Force enlisted jobs which fall into the "Electronic" aptitude area. Click on the link for complete job description and other qualification criteria. Information in the parenthesis indicates the score required in the mechanical category of the Air Force composite scores of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests. The "E" represents the score required in the Electronics category. Flight Engineer 1A1X1B These airmen are responsible for conducting aircraft visual inspections and in-flight duties. operating and monitoring engine and aircraft systems and flight engineer functions and activities. Requires a 44 M and a 33 E. 1A7X1- AERIAL GUNNER (M-45/E-56) 2A3X3- TACTICAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2A5X1- AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2A5X2- HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE (M-51) 2A6X1 (A/C/D)- AEROSPACE PROPULSION (M-38) 2A6X1 (B)- AEROSPACE PROPULSION (M-51) 2A6X2- AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (M-44/E-33) 2A6X3- AIRCREW EGRESS SYSTEMS (M-51) 2A6X4- AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS (M-44) 2A6X5- AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS (M-51) 2A6X6- AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS (E-60/M-39) 2A7X1- AIRCRAFT METALS TECHNOLOGY (M-44) 2A7X3- AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2A7X4- SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT (M-38) 2E6X1-COMMUNICATIONS ANTENNA SYSTEMS (M-44) 2E6X2- COMMUNICATIONS CABLE SYSTEMS (M-44) 2F0X1- FUELS (M-44/G-39) 2M0X2- MISSILE AND SPACE SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2T1X1- VEHICLE OPERATIONS (M-30) 2T2X1- AIR TRANSPORTATION (M-44/A-32) 2T3X1- SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2T3X2- SPECIAL VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (M-38) 2T3X4- GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (M-44) 2T3X5- VEHICLE BODY MAINTENANCE (M-51) 2W0X1- MUNITIONS SYSTEMS (M-55/G-55) 2W1X1- AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT SYSTEMS (M-55/E-46) 2W2X1- NUCLEAR WEAPONS (M-55) 3E0X2- ELECTRICAL POWER PRODUCTION (M-51/E-33) 3E1X1- HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION (M-44/E-33) 3E2X1- PAVEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT (M-38) 3E3X1- STRUCTURAL (M-44) 3E4X1- UTILITIES SYSTEMS (M-44) 3E4X2- LIQUID FUEL SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (M-44) 3E4X3- ENVIRONMENTAL (M-39) 3E8X1- EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL (G-60/M-55) * SDI 8S0X0- MISSILE FACILITY MANAGER (M-38) 9S100 - TECHNICAL APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST (M-83/E-81) Note: AFSCs (Jobs) with more than one score area listed, require a qualifying score in both areas. For example, in order to qualify for AFSC 3E1X1, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning,and Refrigeration, one would need to score at least 44 in the "Mechanical" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores, and at least a 33 in the "Electronics" area of the Air Force ASVAB Composite Scores. * Indicates that the AFSC (Job) is a special duty assignment or other AFSC which is not available to initial recruits.