North Carolina Veterans Oral History Interview Part 3

As part of a North Carolina State Archives initiative to obtain oral histories of veterans I volunteered to be interviewed for the North Carolina Veterans Oral History Collection. I was interviewed by Matthew Peek, Military Collection Archivist for the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (later referred to as MP). Sign up for DevOps'ish! DevOps'ish is a weekly newsletter covering DevOps, Cloud Native, Open Source, and the 'ish between. [Read More]

North Carolina Veterans Oral History Interview Part 1

As part of a North Carolina State Archives initiative to obtain oral histories of veterans I volunteered to be interviewed for the North Carolina Veterans Oral History Collection. I was interviewed by Matthew Peek, Military Collection Archivist for the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (later referred to as MP). Sign up for DevOps'ish! DevOps'ish is a weekly newsletter covering DevOps, Cloud Native, Open Source, and the 'ish between. [Read More]

North Carolina Veterans Oral History Program

As part of a North Carolina State Archives initiative to obtain oral histories of veterans I volunteered to be interviewed for the North Carolina Veterans Oral History Collection. I was interviewed by Matthew Peek, Military Collection Archivist for the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The interview was well worth the time it took to coordinate and conduct it. I would encourage all North Carolina veterans to contact the North Carolina Historian and provide their unique story for preservation. [Read More]

3C2X1: Communications - Computer Systems Controller

3C2X1 Specialty Summary Monitors and controls performance of networks and communications-computer systems (C-CS). Coordinates their configuration, operation, restoration, and service improvements. Analyzes their capabilities and performance, identifies problems, and takes corrective action. Directs and makes operational adjustments to C-CS equipment. A skill level replaces the “X” in 3C2X1. Skill levels should be viewed as one’s ability or aptitude to perform their job. Air Force wide skill levels are 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. [Read More]