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Will felonies prevent me from working here?

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No. It will not. The only thing will prevent you is being a murderer. Everything else is negotiable.

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And pretty much most other places I can think of as well.....

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Basically I would say being a criminal will stop you form being employed in the Air Force. When I signed up they would not take anyone with a traffic ticket.

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The reason being is you may be in a position that requires a secret or top-secret clearance with trust being the #1 issue. I held a TS clearance working my bomb dog around Presidents I.e. Air Force 1 and 2, foreign Heads of States, etc.

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Yes felonies are a disqualifying factor.

Answered - First Sergeant Recruiter Logistics Superintendent (Former Employee) - Minot AFB, ND

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Yes, as far as I know felons cannot enlist into the USAF.

Answered - Intergrated Avionics System Technician (Former Employee) - Hill AFB, UT

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All felonies. However some can be waivered. It all depends on your recruiter.

Answered - Public Health Technician (Former Employee) - Hill AFB, UT

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Yes, you can not enter the military with a felony on your record.

Answered - First Sergeant (Human Resources Mgr.) (Current Employee) - March ARB, CA

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Yes. The Air Force no longer accepts recruits with a criminal record of any kind.

Answered - Aircraft Structural Mechanic/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Langley AFB, VA

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Yes, definitely will. In that case, it will be on a strict case by case basis. There is however, a waiver process that may allow you to enter even with certain types of law violations.

Answered - ENLISTED ACCESSIONS RECRUITER (Current Employee) - Valdosta, GA

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