Air Force Enlisted Job Descriptions
2F0X1 - FUELS
Duties and Responsibilities:
Directs receipt storage and issue operations for petroleum, cryogenic, and alternative fuel products. Projects product requirements, places orders for products, and performs product receipt operations. Ensures proper handling and segregation of products received and verifies quantity and quality. Documents discrepancies in product receipt quantities and quality. Isolates off-specification products and takes appropriate actions to correct quality problems. Operates and maintains cryogenic production plants. Ensures compliance with all safety and environmental regulations.
Maintains storage and dispensing facilities. Rotates stocks to prevent product quality degradation. Ensures an effective operator maintenance program is carried out. Performs operator checks and routine maintenance on facilities.
Performs technical fuels functions. Operates fuels control center to monitor all product movements and ensure timely response to mission requirements. Coordinates refueling requirements with supported agencies and ensures appropriate prioritization of support requirements. Ensures an effective vehicle preventive maintenance program is carried out. Operates mobile and hydrant refueling equipment to dispense products to aircraft and ground support equipment and facilities. Operates cryogenic storage tanks to dispense products. Calculates and documents issue transactions for all products.
Maintains fuels and cryogenic records. Ensures accuracy of receipt, inventory, and issue documents. Processes computer transactions to ensure proper billing and payment for all product receipt and issue transactions. Monitors product temperature and handling gains and losses to ensure they are within authorized tolerance. Compiles data and generates recurring reports. Monitors inventory levels to ensure adequate stocks are on-hand to support peacetime and pre-positioned wartime stock requirements. Compiles consumption data and monitors energy conservation goals. Inputs data into the Fuels Automated System (FAS) Defense Fuels Automated Management System (DFAMS), and the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) to ensure accurate accountability and visibility of capabilities and support limitations.
Maintains quality control of petroleum fuel, and cryogenic products. Operates and maintains laboratory test equipment. Collects and analyzes product samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing equipment. Documents analysis results in FAS and reviews quality trend analysis records. Establishes a sample correlation program with the aerospace fuels area laboratory to ensure the integrity of the base-level analysis procedures. Collects fuel samples from crashed aircraft and submits them to the area laboratory for full specification analysis. Ensures an effective product segregation and recovery program is implemented. Implements the lock out, tag out program to prevent the use of substandard fuel or facilities.
Establishes personnel controls, training program, and supply administrative procedures. Monitors unit manning document and allocates personnel to authorized positions. Oversees unit personnel readiness. Participates in mobility planning, submission of resources and training system data, and evaluates and approves unit type code changes.
Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: composition, properties, and characteristics of petroleum products and cryogenics fluids including toxic, explosive, and fire hazards; environmental protection procedures; conservation; methods of receiving, storing, testing, and evaluating fuel and cryogenic fluids under normal, field, or remote conditions; and fuels deployment and contingency operations.
Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in general science, computer science, mathematics, and chemistry is desirable. Training. For award of AFSC 2F031, completion of the basic base fuels course is mandatory.
Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: (Note: See Explanation of Air Force Specialty Codes).
2F051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2F031. Also, experience is mandatory in functions such as receipt, issue, and transfer operations from mechanical fuel storage systems and cryogenic storage, operating available mobile refueling equipment, documenting fuels transactions for computer processing, and performing laboratory analysis on petroleum products.
2F071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2F051. Also, experience is mandatory in functions such as fuels accounting training, material control and fuels quality control functions.
2F091. Qualification in and possession of 2F071. Also, experience in fuels operations functions such as mobile refueling and fuels hydrants and storage; managing fuels inventory accounts; and fuels laboratory and training requirements.
Other. The following are mandatory as indicated:
For entry into this specialty:
1. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standards.
2. Qualification to operate government vehicles according to AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.
For award and retention of AFSCs 2F031/51/71/91/00, eligibility for a Secret security clearance, according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management.
Required Appitude Score: M-44 and G-39 (Changed to M-47 and G-38, effective 1 Jul 04).
Course #: J3ABR2F031 001
Length (Days): 31
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