A Position Of Trust And Confidence
The best job experience I ever had … U.S.A.F. Officer serving as a B-52G Navigator. It was exciting and intense to say the least. Best of all were the very fine people with whom I had the pleasure of serving.
Five (A.M.) To Nine (P.M.)
This stock photo shows the navigators’ station on the lower deck, i.e. the ejection seats go down not up. The Radar Navigator on the left handles the gravity bombs. The Navigator on the right handles the missiles. In addition to navigating within very tight position and timing constraints, the Navigator is the “mission director” responsible for pacing the entire crew during 12 to 18 hour missions. Though the missions are long, the Navigator is very busy from the time the aircraft crosses the “hold line” onto the runway until landing. The required discipline and tenacity is, by far, the most valuable experience in my entire working career.
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