The training pipeline for a JTAC is as follows (it may vary slightly for a cross-over from another career field, though this is unlikely and will not be by much):
- TACP Initial Skills Course – 14 weeks, Hurlburt Field, Florida
- Combat Survival Course – 3 weeks, Fairchild AFB, Washington
- Basic Parachutist Course (depends on mission requirements, not all JTACs will atten) – 3 weeks, Fort Benning, Georgia
- Special Tactics Advanced Skills Course – 11-12 weeks, Hurlburt Field, Florida
Before pursuing your goal of becoming a JTAC, check the AFSOC JTAC page.
Read about the Air Force TACP AFSC on the Air Force Career Page
Joint Terminal Attack Controllers on About.com
Also check the TACP Association.
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