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MOS 15F - Aircraft Structural Repairer Email This Story Print This Story

15F Aircraft Structural Repairer MM:105
  Enlisted/Officer/Active Duty/Army Reserve  

(Army recently changed this MOS from 68G to 15G.) The Aircraft Structural Repairer is responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on aircraft structures. The aircraft structural repairer supervises and performs aviation unit, intermediate and depot maintenance on aircraft structures.


  • A minimum score of 105 in aptitude area MM

  • A physical demands rating of heavy (be able to lift on an occasional basis a maximum of 100 pounds with frequent or constant lifting of 50 pounds)

  • Normal color vision

  • Formal training (completion of a resident MOS 68G course conducted under the auspices of the U.S. Army Aviation School) mandatory or meet the ACASP criteria listed in AR 601-2 10. Waiver for formal training or ACASP criteria must be submitted to Cdr, USAAVNC, AUN: ATZQ-AP, Ft Rucker, AL 36362 for approval

  • Alcohol and drug abuse as defined below will disqualify any soldier or potential enlistee from this MOS


  • Diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions in electrical and electronic components

  • Repair aircraft instrument systems

  • Apply principles of electricity/electronics, hydrostatic motion, pneumatics and hydraulics to the repair of aircraft instrument systems

  • Remove, instal, repair, adjust and test electrical/electronic elements of assemblies

  • Troubleshoot aircraft electrical systems using test equipment

  • Repair or replace defective generators and electric motors

  • Inspect and maintain electrical systems

  • Replace faulty wiring

  • Soldering electrical connections

  • Repairing or replacing instruments, such as tachometers, temperature gauges and altimeters

  • Reading electrical wiring diagrams


  • Nine weeks of basic training

  • 14 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Eustis, Virginia, including inspection and repair of aircraft engines and equipment. (Part of this time is spent in a classroom and part in the field under simulated combat conditions)

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As an Aircraft Structural Repairer you will have the opportunely to learn the skills that will help prepare you for a future with aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines and government agencies as an airframe or power plant mechanic.

Information source: Army Pamphlet 611-21


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