Questions and Answers about U.S. Air Force

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How are the working hours?


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They can be really good or they can be really bad; just the luck of the draw on where you get stationed.

Answered - Patrolman (Current Employee) - Edwards AFB, CA

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Working hours were 6:30 - 3:00

Answered - MATERIAL EXPEDITER (FLO) (Former Employee) - Columbus, MS 39710

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Hours can go from 8-16 a day

Answered - Aircraft Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) - McConnell AFB, KS

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Good working hours, unless there is an emergency, in which case you stay at work until ordered otherwise.

Answered - PMEL Technician (Former Employee) - Peterson AFB, CO

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If you are recruited then you are obligated to work 365 days a year when the mission demands it.

Answered - Pavements & Heavy Equip Op (Current Employee) - Multiple

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A normal 8 hours but can be 12-16 hours if deemed necessary

Answered - Low Obser Aircraft Structural Maintenance 2A755 (Current Employee) - Hill AFB, UT

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Great outstanding and great

Answered - Food Service Specialist (Current Employee) - Sheppard AFB, TX 76311

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Can be long

Answered - Aircraft Maintenance Unit Superintendent (Former Employee) - Charleston AFB, SC

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Long at times.

Answered - Senior Airman (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK

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12-16 hour shifts

Answered - Security Forces Specialist (Former Employee) - Eielson, AK

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