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.
ANA SKELTON, Ssgt
My name is Ana Skelton I am an Enlisted Air Force Recruiter in Las Vegas at the Lake Mead location. I joined the Air Force on Jan 26, 2010 at the age of 25 and it has been the best choice I have ever made. I was working as a manager for a retail company when the company declared bankruptcy and I realized that the military was providing my sister a great life, and I wanted the same. I had to work hard to meet the qualifications due to my height and weight, but my recruiter gave me the opportunity to prove myself. If it hadn't been for my recruiter, I wouldn't be here. I started my career in the Air Force as a 2W0X1, Munitions troop, for the last 10 years. During that time, I was able to travel and get to meet great people and in the time, I have gotten married and had two boys. We enjoy spending quality family time but the biggest thing we all enjoy is watching Anime's. I have been stationed at Kadena AB Okinawa Japan, Hill AFB UT and now here in Las Vegas, NV. I am grateful to be a recruiter because I get to give back what my recruiter did for me, to give someone a chance. It is a rewarding job to see a young man or women come into my office on day one and to see them after they graduate from Basic Military Training as an Airmen. I am very proud to know that one day I will be able to work along them and make our community and country that much stronger.
DAVID CRANE, Ssgt
My Name is SSgt crane I currently recruit out of Las Vegas NV. In my spare time I love to workout, Play the piano, go on hikes with my family and watch sports. Before becoming a recruiter I was an Electrical systems craftsman. I loved being an electrician, not only did I receive great training, but I learned a valuable trade I can use around my own home and skills I can take with me to another career. Now I am a recruiter and I love it. I get to go to work every day and help people receive the same benefits the Air Force has given me. Since being in the Air Force I've traveled to multiple states and countries, received free schooling, and gained new friendships that will last a lifetime.
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.
WE LOVE OUR Las Vegas, NV RECRUITERS
The people at this office are wonderful to work with. They have been nothing but patient with all of my questions and concerns and extremely knowledgeable.
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