AETC special duty briefing set for May 25
Have you ever considered taking on the challenge of replenishing the ranks of Air Force as an Air Force recruiter, or molding civilians into highly motivated airman as an Air Force Military Training Instructor? How how about mentoring and guiding airman as they transition from basic military training as a Military Training Leader? Would you like to enhance the careers of future and current NCOs as a Profession Military Education Instructor?
The Air Education and Command Special Duty Team will answer these and any other questions about these challenging and rewarding careers. The team will brief on all aspects of the previously mentioned special duty opportunities on May 25, at 8:30 a.m. inside the Professional Enhancement Center, Bldg. 1225, which is also the dining facility.
Spouses of potential applicants are encouraged to attend. Airmen 1st Class with at least 24 months time in service through technical sergeants with fewer than 17 years total active federal military service are invited to attend the briefing. Master sergeants are hired on a case-by-case basis and encouraged to attend. To obtain more information on the AETC briefing, contact the wing career assistance adviser, Master Sgt. Roddy Martin at 784-7041.