U.S. Air Force Officer
Are you looking for an opportunity of a lifetime? Consider becoming an Air Force officer. Air Force officers have many advantages over their civilian counterparts. From the day you are commissioned, you become part of an elite team. Prestige, respect, challenging leadership roles, and professional growth opportunities are part of the package we offer.
Finding the right job is a major decision. Your choice should highlight your individual skills, and serve as an investment in your future, both personally and professionally. It’s important to consider all aspects of a potential position and the actual employer offering it. What is your employer offering you besides a paycheck? Benefits, educational opportunities, financial incentives, and quality of life should also be key factors in your ultimate decision.
Air Force benefits are hard to beat. You’ll enjoy an excellent starting salary with regular pay raises, 30 days of vacation with pay each year, tax-free housing and food allowances, non-contributory retirement after 20 years of qualifying service, comprehensive medical and dental care, opportunities for advanced education at little or no cost to you, worldwide travel, and job security. Most importantly, you’ll have the satisfaction of serving your country.
To be considered for a career as an Air Force officer, you must:
• Be a U.S. citizen
• Have (or be within a year of attaining) your bachelor’s degree form an accredited institution
• Be 18-34 years of age
• Meet physical requirements
• Have a good moral character
• Score competitively on the Air Force Officer Qualification Test
• Be commissioned before age 35
If you are interested and want to learn more about becoming an officer in the Air Force, please use the contact information below.
Ryan M. Griffiths, TSgt, USAF
US Air Force Officer Recruiter
112 S. Mt. Tabor
Lexington, KY 40517
Posted on Mon, November 17, 2014
by Jacklyn Perdue