1. Troubleshoots, installs, removes, repairs. modifies, adjusts, inspects, and
tests such components as regulators, flow indicators, actuator motors, thruster and
positioning mechanisms, seat actuators, catapult guide rails, ejection seats, rocket
packs, and canopies, etc. Inspects for safety, serviceability, and maintainability of
systems prior to installation, removal, repair, or adjustments of components and insures
proper installation and positioning of safety pins. initiators, simulators, and
clearing mechanisms. Visually inspects ballistic lines, tubes, hoses, and linkage
for damage, deterioriation, restrictions, and security of connections and mountings,
and performs corrective maintenance as required. Stores egress explosives IAW AFOSH standards.
2. Inspects pressurization system air pressure gauges for sufficient pressure and
bottles and regulators for general condition and serviceabilitv. Checks canopy and
capsule structure and associated seals, latches, and locks for damaae and security.
Installs and maintains Jet Assistance Take Off (JATO) systems when applicahle. Isolates
the malfunction and takes necessary corrective action. Positions, repairs, and
adjusts required aerospace ground equipment, such as rail extensions, hoists, slings.
dollies, and trailers used in performing maintenance tasks.