Air Force Specialty Codes unveiled

Col. Robert Stanley, 341st Missile Wing commander, talks to Team Malmstrom officers before receiving their new career during an Air Force Specialty Code unveiling at the Grizzly Bend on Feb. 14. Nearly 20 missileers received a new AFSC under nuclear, space, air craft maintenance or cyber operations. The Air Force split the space and missile career field to give officers more focused development in their respective areas. The split, affecting more than 3,000 officers Air Force-wide, aims to strengthen the nuclear enterprise. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)

Col. Robert Stanley, 341st Missile Wing commander, talks to Team Malmstrom officers before receiving their new career during an Air Force Specialty Code unveiling at the Grizzly Bend on Feb. 14. Nearly 20 missileers received a new AFSC under nuclear, space, air craft maintenance or cyber operations. The Air Force split the space and missile career field to give officers more focused development in their respective areas. The split, affecting more than 3,000 officers Air Force-wide, aims to strengthen the nuclear enterprise. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)

Capt. Robert Eberhart, 341st Operations Support Squadron missile combat crew commander, looks at the list of possible careers during an Air Force Specialty Code unveiling at the Grizzly Bend. Eberhart was among nearly 20 missileers stationed at Malmstrom Air Force Base who received a new AFSC under nuclear, space, aircraft maintenance, intelligence or cyber operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)

Capt. Robert Eberhart, 341st Operations Support Squadron missile combat crew commander, looks at the list of possible careers during an Air Force Specialty Code unveiling at the Grizzly Bend. Eberhart was among nearly 20 missileers stationed at Malmstrom Air Force Base who received a new AFSC under nuclear, space, aircraft maintenance, intelligence or cyber operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)