1H0X1 Aerospace Physiology

1H0X1 is an Air Force Career Field Manager for Aerospace Physiology. Aerospace physiology is a scientific study of the physiological processes involved in low and high-altitude flight and living in space. It includes: Sensorimotor interactions Response mechanisms The effects of injury, disease, and disability Aerospace Physiology Technicians in the Air Force: Ensure the health and safety of flying Airmen Provide pilots and crew members with the necessary skills to handle emergencies Schedule and operate low-pressure chambers to simulate the experience of flying The average salary for Aerospace and Operational Physiology Program employees is around $75,901 per year, or $36 per hour. The highest earners in the top 75th percentile are paid over $84,546. To become a space physiologist, applicants must: Possess a baccalaureate degree in physiology or a closely related science Have a history of significant contributions to aerospace physiology Have 5 years of active professional experience in an aeromedical field Career opportunities in aerospace physiology include: The military NASA Commercial space Private sector healthcare

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