Get to know your local recruiters and see how they can help you prepare for your future as an Airman. Whether you're entering the Air Force as an enlisted Airman or an officer, there are a lot of factors that will shape your journey, including your unique background, current situation and goals for the future. We'll help you determine the best path for you and figure out what steps you need to take to get your Air Force career started.
SSgt Daniel Calhoun
Joined in 20100406 Aerospace Ground Equipment “No Air Power Without Ground Power” I enjoy outdoor and indoor activities like hiking, camping, playing games, traveling, powersports, and spending time with my wife. What I like most about the Air Force is the reason I joined which is to serve my country. Everything else just makes it even better whether its the pay, amount of leave you get for vacation per year, guarantee job, ability to move up in rank, or the chance to better yourself and always improving your skills to help you tackle any task that gets thrown your way in life.
Michael Brady Walters
1. Michael Brady Walters/ I recruit out of Columbia MO 2. I joined in September 2010 3. My previous Career filed is Fuels AFSC 2F0X1 4. My hobbies are spending time with family, playing video games and riding my dirt bike. 5. I like the people I have met in the Air Force and learning from the different experiences that they share. The Air Force has taught me how to be a better version of myself and to keep learning from each new experience.
MAKE A DECISION
Your decision to join the United States Air Force starts here. Choose a path that is right for you. Whether your desire is to get a free education, travel the world, or make a difference, the Air Force allows you to do all three and more.
As with most jobs, the Air Force does require that you meet certain standards. The next step in the process is to make sure you qualify to join. Make an appointment with your local recruiter today to learn what those requirements are and see if you are eligible.
Once you've decided to become an Airman, it is up to you to make sure you are physically and mentally prepared for service. Make sure your application process goes smoothly by providing all the necessary documentation and meeting the required standards of the Air Force.