The Graphics (AFSC 231X1) career ladder was surveyed to obtain current task and equipment data for use in examining current training programs. Survey results are based on responses from 420 AFSC 231X1 personnel, which constitute 63 percent of the assigned population. Overall, two jobs were identified in the AFSC 231X1 specialty with 90 percent working in the Graphics Technician job and 5 percent working in the Supervisor job. Personnel in the Graphics Technician job perform a variety of tasks related to performing graphics reproduction functions: preparing charts, graphs, posters, signs, etc., and preparing viewgraph slides. Within the Graphics Technician job, four variations were identified: Graphic Imaging, Viewgraphs, NCOIC, and Freehand. Personnel in the Graphics career ladder show a typical pattern of career ladder progression. The 3- and 5-skill-level personnel perform essentially a technical job. At the 7-skill level, first-line supervisors perform a mixture of technical and supervisory tasks. Specialty descriptions in AFR 39-1 provide a broad and accurate overview of tasks and duties performed within the career ladder.