Combat Control (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 24, 2017
I loved being in the Air Force. Everything about it the early mornings to the exhausting regiments. I was injured during training so I had to get out but if I hadn't gotten hurt i would have made a career out of it. Any young person wanting to serve their country needs to join the Air Force it was an amazing experience!
Supervisor of Logistics Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – May 24, 2017
United States Air Force was the best place to work, they offered lots of benefits and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a change. The culture and life style is total different than a regular job.
Physician Assistant - Family Medicine (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – May 23, 2017
I really enjoyed my time working with our military personnel. I learned a lot about how the system worked, had good computer training and had a retired air force person that was my medical assistant and he really helped me with all the paperwork.
Set number of patients per day, one hour for lunch
The Air Force allowed me to do and see things I would have never been able in another line of work.
Noncomissioned Officer in Charge of Administration (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 23, 2017
There was not a day in twenty one years that I did not enjoy the United States Air Force. I was able to complete a wide range of tasks preparing for my life outside of the USAF. As my rank increased so did my responsibilities. Travel was the most enjoyable part of my career and also the hardest as I was away from my family.
Operations Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Texas, New Mexico, Arizona – May 23, 2017
Military work is very tedious and yet rewarding experience that can enrich a foundation of hard work ethic that results in a solid reliable employee satisfaction rating from higher headquarters and administrators.
The service is a good place to learn about work and life.
Communication Specialist (Former Employee) – New Mexico – May 23, 2017
Go to work early get coffee get turnover from previous shift and complete tasks and give turnover to next shift. Discipline, responsibility, Fitness, Life. Consistent and fare Service of my Country USA Being apart from family Learning about life and making friends
Serving our Country the USA, Housing and food provided and travel.
Various Communications and Director/Manager (Former Employee) – Various – May 23, 2017
Not for everyone; rewarding / fulfilling. Able to utilize skills in problem solving, personnel relationships, mentoring and customer satisfaction. A rewarding career that demanded a lot but was very fulfilling in my personal learning and growth and well as teaching handling and working with varied employees and customers.
Manager (Former Employee) – Virginia – May 23, 2017
The Air Force isn't for everyone, but it is a good springboard to the real world if you are just graduating High School and don't know what you want to do with your life. You can learn a trade and get your education while getting a decent salary and benefits. It is still the military and there are rules and regulations to follow. You may be sent places you don't necessarily want to be. You could be separated from family and friends for long periods of time. Overall, it is a good experience if you are willing to venture out of your comfort zone.
Not much to say hear that whoever is reading this doesn't probably already know. If you are willing to put the effort in, the Air Force is the best career for anyone. Honestly think everyone in the USA should have to serve minimum 4 years. Best decision I ever made was joining the Air Force.