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Plan and formulate flight activities and test schedules and prepare flight evaluation reports.
||Airfield Operations Specialists
- Implement airfield safety procedures to ensure a safe operating environment for personnel and aircraft operation.
- Maintain flight and events logs, air crew flying records, and flight operations records of incoming and outgoing flights.
- Procure, produce, and provide information on the safe operation of aircraft, such as flight planning publications, operations publications, charts and maps, or weather information.
- Collaborate with others to plan flight schedules and air crew assignments.
||Air Traffic Controllers
- Organize flight plans or traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace.
- Review records or reports for clarity and completeness and maintain records or reports, as required under federal law.
- Complete daily activity reports and keep records of messages from aircraft.
- Plan flights according to government and company regulations, using aeronautical charts and navigation instruments.
- Write specified information in flight records, such as flight times, altitudes flown, and fuel consumption.
- Plan and formulate flight activities and test schedules and prepare flight evaluation reports.
- Measure and record the speed of vehicular traffic, using electrical timing devices or radar equipment.
- Operate counters and record data to assess the volume, type, and movement of vehicular or pedestrian traffic at specified times.
||Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters
- Keep records of the contents and destination of each train car, and make sure that cars are added or removed at proper points on routes.
- Record departure and arrival times, messages, tickets and revenue collected, and passenger accommodations and destinations.
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