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Name: LEWIS, JOSEPH DALE LEWIS, JOSEPH DALE
SSN: XXX-XX-
Rank: Aviation Warfare Systems Operator, Third Class
Status: Active

Military Course Completions

Courses: Recruit Training ACE Identifier:


NV-2202-0165
Military Course ID:
Date Taken: 30-JUN-2005 To 30-AUG-2005 A-950-0001
Description:
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy
protocol, first aid, personal health, safety, basic swimming, water survival skills, physical fitness, and fire
fighting.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal conditioning and 1 in
personal/community health (10/06).

Course: Aircrewman Candidate, Class A ACE Identifier:


Air Station NV-0803-0012
Pensacola FL Military Course ID:
Q-050-1500
Date Taken: 12-SEP-2005 To 06-OCT-2005
Description:
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate competence and mastery in aircraft
operations and survival of aviation mishaps using personal performance skills, management of aircraft
equipment, and lifesaving skills.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
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In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in outdoor safety and survival,
3 in physical training, and 2 in lifesaving (8/97).

Course: Aviation Rescue Swimmer, Class A3 ACE Identifier:


Air Station NV-0803-0004
Pensacola, FL Military Course ID:
Q-050-0600
Date Taken: 24-OCT-2005 To 04-JAN-2006
Description:
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform as a surface rescue swimmer, including
physical conditioning, swimming skills, aircraft egress rescue swimmer equipment, day or night escapes, and
rescue from parachute water entry, and perform practical first aid and lifesaving in accordance with current
American Red Cross standards.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in basic swimming, rescue
techniques, first aid, and lifesaving. This credit duplicates that in Q-050-0500 (10/04).

Course: Aviation Warfare Operator, Class A1 ACE Identifier:


Naval Air Technical Training Center NV-1715-1436
Pensacola, FL Military Course ID:
C-210-2010
Date Taken: 30-JAN-2006 To 14-JUL-2006
Description:
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform the aviation aircrew duties which are related
to anti-submarine operations and surface ship plotting; perform in both an active and passive radar
environment; operate and interpret sonobuoy results.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in aircraft navigation, 2 in
oceanography, 1 in radar systems, and 1 in acoustic analysis (2/08).

Course: Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape ACE Identifier:


Fleet Aviation Specialized Operations, Pacific, North Island NV-0803-0015
San Diego, CA Military Course ID:
E-2D-0039
Date Taken: 07-AUG-2006 To 18-AUG-2006
Description:
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to survive in hostile environments by being combat
ready; knowing historical and current codes of conduct; maintaining psychological health under adverse
circumstances; using survival medicines and survival equipment; and performing evasion, signaling, self-
recovery, and navigation techniques.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours (1 in lecture and 2 in
laboratory) in field experience in survival techniques or outdoorsmanship (7/00).

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Military Experience

Occupation: Airman ACE Identifier:


NER-AN-003
Occupation ID:
AN
Description:
Assists in the maintenance of aircraft, associated aeronautical equipment, and aircraft support equipment;
services, cleans, and handles aircraft; performs other apprentice-level duties involved in the operation of a
naval aircraft afloat and ashore.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the vocational certificate category, 2 semester hours in fundamentals of aircraft service/maintenance.
NOTE: Credit for airman (AN) should be granted only after pay grade E-3 has been achieved (12/01).

Occupation: Naval Aircrewman Candidate ACE Identifier:


*NONE ASSIGNED
Occupation ID:
NEC-8201
Description:
Performs assignments in training, for flight crewman.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
None

Occupation: Helicopter Search and Rescue Aircrew Swimmer ACE Identifier:


*NONE ASSIGNED
Occupation ID:
NEC-7815
Description:
Performs aviation rescue swimmer duties and search and rescue operations primarily from non-tactical rotary
wing aircraft.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
None

Occupation: Aviation Warfare Systems Operator (Helicopter) ACE Identifier:


NER-AW-009
Occupation ID:
AW3
Description:
Performs general flight duties; operates aviation warfare (AW) systems equipment; performs flight-related
diagnostic functions using manual and computer routines; analyzes and classifies AW data; assists in aircrew
briefing and debriefing; provides practical information relating to military objectives. Uses both acoustic and
nonacoustic devices to detect and track submarines; serves as crewmember on a helicopter; uses airborne
radar to detect, identify, and intercept targets and avoid hazardous weather; uses airborne sonar to detect,
classify, and track; identifies sounds produced by surface ships, submarines, evasion devices, and marine life
and other natural phenomena; analyzes environmental data and implements tactical procedures; fixes targets
acoustically; navigates with radar; analyzes acoustic signatures; relates capabilities to environmental
conditions; applies electronic support measures contacts; performs operational checks on airborne acoustic and
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nonacoustic systems; functions as a member of search and rescue team; provides emergency medical
assistance.
ACE Credit Recommendation:
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in emergency rescue
techniques (including medical), 2 in meteorology concepts, 2 in oceanography concepts, 1 in basic electronics, 2
in physical conditioning, 1 in first aid, and 1 in computer applications (2/98).

*NONE ASSIGNED -- Occupation not evaluated by ACE or not evaluated during the time frame held by service member.

College Level Test Scores


NONE
Other Learning Experiences

This section provides a record of the service member's learning experiences


that do not have credit recommended for one or more of the following reasons:
(1) The course has not been evaluated by ACE
(2) The class attendance dates were not recorded in the service member's record
(3) The course was not completed during the ACE evaluation period
(4) The course was not evaluated by ACE at this specific location

Course ID Date Taken Title Location Reason


B-322-0039 03-OCT-2005 Initial Naval Aviation Survival Aviation Survival Training 1
Training Center Pensacola FL

B-9E-1241 03-OCT-2005 Naval Aviation Water Survival Aviation Survival Training 1


Program N12 Center Pensacola FL

A-050-0230 24-OCT-2005 Remedial Physical Training-Aviation Naval Aviation Schools 1


Enlisted Aircrew School (AETS) Command Pensacola FL

A-950-0006 05-JAN-2006 Navy Student Indoctrination Naval Aviation Technical 1


Training Center Pensacola FL

A-950-0080 09-JAN-2006 Personnel Financial Management Naval Aviation Technical 1


Training Center Pensacola FL

J-495-0413 11-JAN-2006 Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting Naval Aviation Technical 1


Training Center Pensacola FL

C-100-2021 23-JAN-2006 Aviation Fundamentals Naval Aviation Technical 1


Training Center Pensacola FL

J-495-0413 31-JUL-2006 Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting Center for Service Support 1
Learning Site San Diego, CA

E-600-0601 19-SEP-2006 Squadron Indoctrination Helicopter Antisubmarine 1


Squadron - HS 10 Imperial
Beach CA

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