This course provides instruction on aircraft mishap investigations and analyses of human and material factors to personnel who will be primary members on Class A & B flight mishap investigation boards.
For Air Force personnel who will serve as primary members on Class A & B flight mishap safety investigation boards IAW AFI 91-204 and AFMAN 91-223. Graduates of the Flight Safety Officer (FSO) Course are not eligible to attend. Air Force personnel must obtain class seats through their MAJCOM/DRU/FOA safety office.
All students enrolled in the AMIC course must complete prerequisites before arrival. For instructions:
• Log onto the Air Force portal
• Under "Quick Links," "Safety," select "Training and Force Development"
• Under "TDY Information," select "AFSEC Course Prerequisites"
Class Length: 15 days
Class Start Time: 0730
Class End Time: 1400 on last day of class
Materials Required: Note paper, pens, pencils and one copy of TDY orders
Recommended Reading: AFI 91-202, AFI 91-204, and AFMAN 91-223
Training Location: Headquarters Air Force Safety Center (HQ AFSEC), Bldg 24499 (1st Floor), 9700 G Avenue SE, Kirtland AFB NM
Kirtland AFB Lodging:
Do not use DTS to make your lodging reservations for AF Safety Center classes held at Kirtland AFB. AFSEC/SETM generates group billeting reservations on-base for all students and will e-mail the reservation number to students NLT 2 weeks before class start dates. Students are responsible for confirming room reservations with their government credit card by calling the Kirtland Inn, DSN 246-9653 or Comm 505-846-9653.
Students may be billeted on the east or west side of base, a minimum of 3 miles to the training location and dining facility. Recommend a unit funded rental car, or call Kirtland Vehicle Operations at DSN 246-2297 (Comm: 505-846-2297) to request a U-Drive-It vehicle. Students funded by AETC TDY-to-School funds should refer to the TDY-to-School handbook for rental car information: https://tdytoschool.us.af.mil/login/.
Military members must attend class in the appropriate uniform and meet dress and appearance standards. ABUs, OCPs, and flight suits are permissible. Civilian members must wear business casual. Shorts, tank tops, and athletic sweat suits are examples of inappropriate attire.
Uniform Requirement, Crash Lab:
The crash lab is located outdoors and is a no-hat, no-salute area. Unit ball caps or boonie hats are acceptable. Due to muddy or dusty conditions, bringing a second pair of more "worn" boots is recommended. Other optional items: flight or work gloves, sunscreen, and coats (in case of inclement weather).
SETM Course Managers, DSN: 246-1613/4093/9511/1983 (Comm: 505-846-1613/4093/9511/1983); Fax DSN: 246-1464; e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.