Avionics Technician by Josh Gregory

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21st Century Content The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is a government organization in charge of regulating flight in the United States. It requires all civilian avionics technicians to become FAA-certified before they can perform maintenance on aircraft. However, FAA certification is not required for technicians who have experience working on avionics in the military. This makes it easier for them to get civilian jobs. Will you become an avionics technician one day? 21st Century Skills Library C o o l M i l i ta r y C a r e e r s av i o n i c s t e c h n i c i a n Glossary aircraft (AIR-kraft) vehicles that can fly aircraft carriers (AIR-kraft KAIR-ee-urz) warships with a large, flat deck where aircraft take off and land avionics (ay-vee-AH-niks) equipment and electronic systems installed on aircraft civilian (suh-VIL-yuhn) not part of the armed forces gliders (GLYE-durz) very light aircraft that are designed to fly without engine power intelligence (in-TEL-uh-juhnts) information gathered and used by government agencies to plan and make important decisions navigation (nav-uh-GAY-shun) the science of getting aircraft and other vehicles from place to place by determining position, course, and distance traveled radar (RAY-dahr) a system planes use to locate objects by reflecting radio waves off them rank (RANGK) official job level or position recruiter (ri-KROO-tur) a military employee in charge of signing up new members and providing information to people who are interested in joining the military schematics (ski-MAT-iks) diagrams showing how a device is constructed troubleshoot (TRUH-buhl-shoot) to use specialized knowledge to determine the cause of and solution to a problem For More Information Books Abramson, Andra Serlin.

The military will need plenty of bright young people with an interest in electronics. With hard work and dedication, you could be one of them. Do you have what it takes? 21st Century Content The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is a government organization in charge of regulating flight in the United States. It requires all civilian avionics technicians to become FAA-certified before they can perform maintenance on aircraft. However, FAA certification is not required for technicians who have experience working on avionics in the military.

Some avionics technicians go to work for commercial airlines. Others find employment at aircraft manufacturers. There are also positions available for avionics technicians at large companies, government agencies, and other private organizations that own aircraft. Military experience gives avionics technicians an excellent advantage in finding civilian work. As new technologies are developed, avionics technicians will become increasingly more important. The military will need plenty of bright young people with an interest in electronics.

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