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Be the doctor you want to be
When you become a doctor in the U.S. Air Force, you can practice medicine without the red tape of managing your own practice. Our doctors are free from the bureaucracy and paperwork and get to focus on practicing their chosen professions and treating their patients.
Lt Col Paul Gleason, Physician
Maj Paul Puchta, Physician
Capt Tara Neeley, Psychiatrist
Capt Chauncey Tarrant, Resident Physician
Major Brian Neese, Physician
Lt Col Jon Johnson, Physician
Enhance your career
We’re only as good as our Airmen, so it’s important to provide our doctors with the tools they need to foster their careers and continue growing as leaders in their fields.
As a doctor in the Air Force, your job will still be to treat your patients and to provide them with the best care possible, but your experience will be uniquely different from having a practice in the civilian world. You’ll not only be a medical doctor, but also an Air Force Officer, and you’ll receive advantages that allow you to advance your career as far as you’d like it to go.Learn more
Training & Education
Doctors in the Air Force are able to provide the highest quality care to their patients by staying on top of the latest innovations in the medical field. We provide you with a wide array of funded educational and career-broadening opportunities, ensuring that you continue growing as a professional and a leader.Learn more
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Will the Air Force supplement my residency pay?
Depending on your specialty, the Air Force Financial Assistance Program (FAP) gives you a way to complete your residency and concentrate on becoming the best healthcare professional you can, rather than worrying about finances.View full FAQ