AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHER (004)
Photogrammetrist (AAF)

Uses aerial photographs in the construction of planimetric and topographic maps, aeronautical charts, and controlled and uncontrolled mosaics. 

ALTITUDE CHAMBER TECHNICIAN (617)

Assists an aviation physiologist in the indoctrination and training of student flying personnel and air crews in high altitude flying by means of a fixed or mobile altitude chamber in which personnel are subjected to controlled changes in air pressure similar to those experienced in flying at various altitudes.

ANIMATION ARTIST (130)

Prepares a series of animated drawings which are to be used in the production of motion pictures for instructional or training purposes.  Receives scenario and background material from the director and plans means of graphically representing actions or ideas. Decides on any special animation techniques to be used.

BLUEPRINTER OR PHOTOSTAT OPERATOR (028)

Operates and services Blueprint or photostat machines used to reproduce maps, charts, communications, or other graphic matter.  Places material to be copied in frame beneath lens, adjusts illumination. Places photographic paper in machine, times exposure, and operates machine to develop prints. Dries and trims copies.

CAMERAMAN, MOTION PICTURE (043)

Operates and performs minor maintenance on a motion picture camera and associated equipment in studio, maneuver, or combat assignments involving the production of motion pictures for training or intelligence purposes.

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