It was a fantastic experience working with the AF. Couldn't have asked for a better crew.
Chef, Site Senior Chef, Fitness Specialist (Former Employee) – Malmstrom AFB, MT – November 15, 2013
I have worked in several different jobs there. Fitness center, missile field and dining facility. A typical work day within all facilities was a talking to customers and making sure all facilities were up to standards and making sure we had programs to keep guests/customers happy. I have learned so much in the Air Force. It has given me more confidence and knowledge in every aspect of customer service. The biggest lesson I have learned is how to work in a team environment and that all we do as a customer service representative in the military makes the biggest difference in everybody's work environment. My co-workers were the best. We worked in a high-paced area, but nothing took our enthusiasm away. We worked with and coordinated events as well and always got the job done. The hardest part of the job was going above and beyond expectations. Getting creative with what we do and what we had was challenging, but it was also the most fun to do.
Fuel Systems Repair (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – February 8, 2016
On a typical day I may work 1-3 aircrafts requiring my area of expertise in fuel systems repair. In doing this job I have learned multi-tasking, teamwork, planning, meeting deadlines and doing my job to the best of my ability.
Superintendent, Maintenance Training (Former Employee) – Luke AFB, AZ – February 8, 2016
The military is a commitment and way of life. If you are unsure what you want to do and do not have the ability to pay for your education then the USAF is definitely the way to go. I wouldn't be where I am today without the USAF.
Fuel system mechanic (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 5, 2016
typical day when there was an aircraft to work on would be to seal up the hangar and prepare to open up fuel tanks. Put in the ventilation to remove the fuel vapors. Gain entry to tank then find the spot that was leaking so it could be removed and repaired. after repair's were completed the aircraft would be towed out of the hangar and put back out on the flight line to be ready to go back for mission readiness. Everyone worked as a team to accomplish the same goal in a timely manner. you learn the importance of team work and finishing job's before deadline's are up.
COMBAT CONTROL OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Pope AFB, NC – February 4, 2016
I loved being in the military. I dedicated six years to my job and country. I deployed without question and followed orders. My men trusted me and followed me without question. I would not take one moment of it back.
DoD Biomedical Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – February 4, 2016
I enjoyed my time while I was enlisted in the united states air force. A normal day at work would consist of coming into work to friendly faces and we would knock out as many medical work orders as we could in a day.
I really enjoyed the day to day responsibilities of working the equipment and fellow soldiers. My day was organized and my work load acceptable. The hardest part of the job was the deployments and time away from family.
After serving 10 years in the military, or anywhere, you will come across all of the good, bad and the ugly. My experience in the military has had many ups and downs however, I have always loved and enjoyed being apart of the worlds best Air Force. Working in law enforcement no day is the same or typical. There wasn't really any "hard" part of the job, the overall military life is taxing so for those who don't last long mainly have a hard time adjusting. Once you pass that portion of military life it is relatively easy. The most enjoyable part of the job is having people around you that you can depend on even in the most dire circumstances.