Application Service Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – April 26, 2017
From the moment I first put my name in the dotted line, I have not regretted a single second. As a reservist you'll only do 1 weekend a month, and 2-weeks of active duty in your contract year, but every-time you put on your uniform, and look in the mirror, you'll remember that you're now something much bigger then yourself, and you'll be proud.
Supply Technician (Former Employee) – Moody AFB, GA – July 18, 2017
I enjoyed my time served in the United States Air Force Reserve. It took some getting used to after coming from United States Air Force Active Duty. Management needed some work. Workplace culture was good.
Great supervisors who always take care of me no matter the problem.
Cyber Transport Specialist (Current Employee) – Robins AFB, GA – July 10, 2017
I love the military culture. No matter my hardship or what im going through in my life there is always someone else right there to help me stand up straight. I have a lot of time to study and continue to further my career. The hardest part of the job is keeping up to the PT standards and the most enjoyable part is the camaraderie.
1 hour lunch, laid back enviroment, plenty of time to study.
I see aircraft almost every single day, whether it's broken or about to launch, which has to be the highlight of the job. The hardest part of the job is that it takes place outside, especially during the winter time. Some of the tools and equipment are heavy but as long as you keep yourself fit, it's no problem. I'm only 5'0", 106lbs and my tools almost always weight half my weight. My supervisor is the best supervisor I've ever had in my whole career of working. He's very patient and remembers that I'm human and have family/personal needs and does his best to accommodate. The only downside of this job is that I only come in when the budget allows for it,
Aircraft Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Norton AFB, CA – July 7, 2017
Great experience for a young person without skills. Learned a valuable skill and management skills. Traveled to different locations around the world. Varied work assignments depending on the mission requirements of the aircraft assigned to. Coordinate, schedule and supervise maintenance, repair and servicing on assigned aircraft and prepare for mission readiness.
Services Superintendent E-8 (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – June 28, 2017
After leaving the active duty Air Force, I went into the Air Force Reserves. As I did not have a job, when I left active duty, going into the reserves allowed me the opportunity, to continue to serve and earn points for retirement. I went on to serve 19 years in the Air Force Reserves. Plus I served 8 years Active Duty, for a combine total of 27 years. I rose from the rank of E-5, when I entered the Air Force Reserves, to the rank of E-8, Senior Master Sergeant... I really enjoyed my career in the Air Force. It proved to be one of my best decisions, I made in my life..