U.S. Air Force
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  • CEO
    U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Barbara M. Barrett
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    U.S. Air Force website
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Sr. C4ISR Business Development SME in Ashburn, VA
on October 16, 2017
Great place to work, nice people. Would recommend, knowledge is pervasive nice facilities. parking is adequate, campus traffic is moderate and landscaping is quality
Aviation Resource Management in Andrews AFB, MD
on May 21, 2022
Average military AFSC. Your career is in your hands to determine how for your go. Everyone is not cut out to be a supervisor so that can be a problem but overall, secure job and paycheck.
Airman in Omaha, NE
on May 19, 2022
Sometimes you have 80 hour work weeks, sometimes you have 10 hour work weeks, but you always get paid the same amount. Decent work life balance.
Communications Specialist in Global
on May 19, 2022
Will give you very valuable training and certifications. Great to learn structure and how to deal with supervisors that you'll hate and some you'll love. You learn how to take the good and the bad. Life balance can be absolutely terrible at times but the AF does provide opportunities to go to some amazing places to live and work. Overall good experience but expect the boys club to exist.
Aircrew Flight Equipment Technician in Maryland
on May 18, 2022
loved my time in the AF. gave me the opportunity to grow and learn many life lessons. job security and got to travel around the world. 30 days of paid vacation a year. get ready to work though with crazy schedules depending on your job.

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