Pros: typically one hour and a half lunch, flexible time off, and access to base services such as legal, education center, fitness center, etc.
Cons: constantly changes, very unpredictable, changes in leadership style
The Air Force was the best thing that ever happened to me, but things are not all good and dandy. You need to really sit down and think about the implications joining the military will have for you and whether or not you are truly ready for the life style. First off, I joined the AF for the education, the travel and the discipline. You will probably get all three to some degree but you may end up being sent to somewhere you do not want to go so be cognizant of that. I have been in for six years and one thing I have realized throughout that time is that the military will always change. Changes in leadership, changes in regulations, and changes to tempo in work are common. You may love your leadership one day and then something happens and all of a sudden you are miserable and you want to get out. You learn about your particular field and you also (usually) get afforded the opportunity to led and work on a project you would never be able to work on in the civilian world. I have grown as a person throughout my time in the military and I have developed skills few have.