The first steps toward your future
Whether you choose the enlisted or officer route to becoming an Airman, once you’ve made the decision to join the Air Force, the process is simple. We confirm your eligibility and measure your aptitude to discover your best skills and greatest strengths. Familiarize yourself with the application process that best fits your qualifications or explore both of them to find your path and begin to prepare for success.01
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OVER 23,900 MEN AND WOMEN SHIPPED TO BMT IN 2015.
When you enlist with a High School diploma or GED, you’ll receive hands-on training and start earning college credits while you learn a job integral to our mission. Explore the process and requirements for becoming an enlisted Airman.More02
Prepare to lead
THERE WERE OVER 60,700 ACTIVE DUTY AIR FORCE OFFICERS IN 2015.
When you join the Air Force with a college degree in hand or if you are a healthcare, legal or ministry professional, we’ll provide the training you need to become an effective and responsible leader. If you’re called to lead, explore the process and requirements for becoming an Air Force Officer.More03
Service is in your blood
If you’ve served within the past 6 years you may be eligible to return.
You may have gotten out of the service, but it never got out of you. So If you’re considering a return to active duty and meet all the qualifications, the Prior Service (PS) program can help you once again apply your skills where they belong – back in the Air Force.More