Aerospace Engineer (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – November 13, 2017
Productive and fun workplace. Great people to work with. Management is good and is willing to back its workers decisions. Management will only get involved when needed. Work your hours, get your work done on time and people will leave you alone.
Command Paralegal Manager, Chief Master Sergeant (Former Employee) – Various – November 13, 2017
This is definitely an equal opportunity career. You are paid at the same rate as your counterparts so there was no need to compare ones self with others. You have unlimited opportunity to travel and learn as you work.
The airmen are your family and you make friends all over the world. Cultural adaptation is a large part of being in a military family which can develop into lifelong friendships.
Good education, camaderie, abiltiy to meet ones career goals
Working with people who new their jobs has its benefits. Teaching was very rewarding during my last four years. Working on ICBM's was not your everyday job, getting to work in silos on a nuclear missile/weapon was beyond words.
Health Care Admin. Manager (Former Employee) – Minot, ND, Azores Portugal, March AFB – November 13, 2017
I was in the US Air Force for a little over 7 years. I loved my job and would have made it a career. I became ill and was medically discharged. I highly recommend the Air Force, especially for any young person that would love to see the world.
Section Chief (Former Employee) – Travis AFB, CA – November 12, 2017
In the times that we live in now, recommending the Air Force is difficult. They are plagued with doing more and more with less and less. All of the manning shortages make it hard to balance daily work life and having a family.
ATC 1C1X1 (Former Employee) – Columbus AFB, MS – November 12, 2017
I wish I would have stayed in the Air Force and made it as a career. For those of you who are not sure; make it as a career. You are young enough at the age of 40 to retire from the military and then have another career and double dip on retirement and pay.
Aircraft Armament Systems Journeyman (Former Employee) – Global – November 12, 2017
The Air Force is great for gaining work experience and guidance for young people who don't know "what they want to do when they grow up" but Its also different for everyone there are so many different jobs and leadership styles.
Teaches work ethic and attention to detail, Job Security
Can be Cut throat, Not all leaders are good, Hours can be very long
Program Manager/Inspection Coordinator (Current Employee) – Westfield, MA – November 12, 2017
to write the truth may cost the miserable unsatisfying existence I have thrusting me into poverty or homelessness, you vile forcing dictator of a computer program. How dare you. You don't make things better -you make them worse.