Job Description: Responsible for precise planning and organization, Logistics Plans specialists ensure that equipment and people are where they need to be when they need to be there. A crucial job, these experts consider all possible aspects, phases and contingencies while working in conjunction with other organizations to make sure every mission is safe, successful and goes according to their plan.
- Branch: Air Force
- Average Rating:
- Designation: 2G0X1
- Average Salary:
- Entry Type: Enlisted
- Degree: High School or GED
- Age: 17-39
- Citizen: U.S. or Permanent Resident
- Category: Logistic Plans
31 Average Age
700 Number Employed
10.0 YearsAverage Employment
Location: Scott AFB, IL
I would arrive at work make sure all my subordinates were there and then proceed with my work day. Involving checking listings and reports from the previous shift and finishing what they could not in their work day or work that had arrived at the end of their shift.
I learned much about team work, leadership, safety, and productivity. How to give constructive criticism and how to motivate my fellow workers. How to give feedback and performance reports as part of our promotions and progression.
Pros: Seeing the world and supporting the soldiers at war and their families here.
Cons: You do what they say when they say it no matter what.
Location: Charleston, SC
The most enjoyable part of my job is returning deployed members to their families. I have learned quite a bit in the logistics field and I feel I can be a good asset to a civilian logistics company.