222nd is a great unit and i am very lucky to have experienced being part of them.
Watch Operator (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – May 7, 2014
222nd is a great unit with great people inside of it. They care and and actively want to help you. It is a relatively new unit but they have their eyes on the prize and have gone above and beyond the milestones required of them.
one of the best enviroments out of any guard unit i have seen, get to see a lot of great things happening around the world
although they are getting better at it, new airmen might want to ask the newer members on some pit falls, might require some travel outside of state
A typical work day as an Aircraft Structures Technician involves being dispatched to the flight line to repair an aircraft before flight, and working on all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. What I have learned throughout my career in the Air National Guard is the importance of attention to detail and team work. Our management team has their work cut out for them in coordinating scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on a daily basis. It involves a lot of pre planning and communicating. My co-workers are part of a team of talented aircraft maintainers that keep our jets in immaculate and flyable condition. Our mechanical and technical ability shows in the quality of our aircraft. The hardest part of the job is being deployed for long periods of time. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I’m part of an outstanding organization with a long history of excellence.
Integrity First, Service Before Self; Excellence in All We Do!
RF Transmissions Technician (Current Employee) – Camp Douglas, WI – June 21, 2016
Only need to work one weekend a month and 2 weeks for field training. Solid educational benefits and good healthcare. great for a part time thing on the side if you want to serve your country but still live at home and work whatever other job you want
The military was my first career now I want to start a new career. I was able to see a lot in my military career. I visited 15 different counties and lived in Alaska for over 4 years. I made a lot of friends throughout my career in the Air Force and many of them I still stay in contact with. I learned a lot through my experience in the military and have grown from that experience. The hardest part was being away from my family but the best part was traveling around the world.
IT SPECIALIST (Network) GS (Current Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – July 26, 2016
The owner was great to work with. However due to a move I could no longer work for this company. Work hours were Monday through Friday, and involed a lot of travel to Long island however my coworker was great to work with
Working for the Military teaches you so many different things, such as discipline, self respect, honesty, how to endure hard work. I loved serving my country. I worked full time as a supervisor in the field maintenance section in the Tennessee Air Nation Guard for 37 years and loved every minute of it.