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Air Force Jobs

 

Air Force Jobs

Tech. Sgt. Jewel Steamer fires a .50-caliber machinegun from an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter during a training flight March 20, 2014, near Okinawa, Japan. The Air Force has used Pave Hawks in an array of search and rescue missions ranging from combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, to Hurricane Katrina relief and Operation Tomodachi in Japan. Steamer is a 33rd Rescue Squadron flight engineer. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Maeson L. Elleman)


Which one of the Air Force Jobs is right for you?

What is there to do in the Air Force if you’re not a Pilot?  There are many exciting  Air Force jobs and careers.  There are over 119 Air Force jobs such as weather specialist, air traffic controller, or even a para-rescue jumper.  The Air Force’s extensive job training will provide you with free experience and education that you could use to find a great civilian job after your service.  For example, if you choose to be a Cyber Transport Systems specialist you will receive 54 college credits for your training from the Air Force’s own accredited community college.

Not all Air Force jobs are available to everyone; some jobs require you to have a certain score on your ASVAB test and others are only open to males.  The good news about the Air Force is there are only six male only jobs and a very few amount of guys will even be able to do these jobs.

 

Don’t worry about ASVAB requirements now. Your recruiter will help you narrow down your options once you have complete your testing.   For now, follow the link below and come up with a list of ten jobs that you find interesting.

 

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