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Military CareersApprentice Military Aircraft Technician

The Air Corps is now accepting applications for the Apprentice Military Aircraft Technician scheme. We are looking for motivated people who enjoy working as part of a Team.

Successful candidates will become an integral part of the Air Corps maintenance team providing technical support to the Air Corps fleet.

Successful candidates will graduate with a Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Military Aviation Technology Level 7 (Tech), accredited by the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).

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The closing date for this competition 23.59Hrs on August 10th, 2017.

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ACHQ
Acronym:Air Corps Head Quarters
ACHQ
Acronym:Ceanncheathrú an Aerchóir
AFV
Acronym:Armoured Fighting Vehicle
AFV
Acronym:Feithicil Armúrtha Troda
APC
Abbreviation:Armoured Personnel Carrier
APC
Abbreviation:Iompróir Armúrtha Pearsanra
Armd
Abbreviation:Armoured
Armd
Abbreviation:Armúrtha
ARW
Acronym:Army Ranger Wing
ARW
Acronym:Sciathán Fiannóglaigh an Airm
AT
Acronym:Anti-Tank
AT
Acronym:Umar Frith
ATD
Acronym:Annual Training Directive
ATD
Acronym:Treoir Traenála Bhliantúil
ATO
Acronym:Ammunition Technical Officer
ATO
Acronym:Oifigeach Teicniúil Armlón
AUG
Acronym:Armee Universal Gewehr

Armee Universal Gewehr is German for Army Universal Rifle

AUG
Acronym:Armee Universal Gewehr

Armee Universal Gewehr is German for Army Universal Rifle

BAR
Abbreviation:Brigade Artillery Regiment
BAR
Abbreviation:(Reisimint Airtléire Briogáid) Brigade Artillery Regiment

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The Badge Design

The Badge design (common to all Corps and Services and all orders of dress) is derived from the badge of the Irish Volunteers and was designed by Professor Eoin MacNeill, Chairman of the National Executive of the Irish Volunteers. This badge was originally adopted by the Irish Volunteers in October 1914. [Read more]