AF seeks ARC pararescue instructors for limited period recall
By Debbie Gildea, Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs
/ Published January 09, 2014
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO -- RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) --
Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard pararescue Airmen may be eligible to apply for a limited period recall to extended active duty, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced.
Extended active duty tours will be limited to one, two or three years. Applicants selected for the program will enter active duty in their current pay grade, and will be assigned to the 68th Rescue Flight, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., said Master Sgt. Taneshia Lucas, AFPC enlisted accessions.
The program is open to certified instructors in the grade of senior master sergeant and below. Experienced 7-level pararescue Airmen are preferred, and a 5-level is the minimum requirement. Selected members will be able to obtain advanced qualifications and functional certifications in support of their instructor duties, Lucas said.
ARC members will remain affiliated with their original service component while on extended active duty orders.
For guidance on preparing and submitting the application package, qualified AFR or ANG pararescue instructors can contact their servicing military personnel section. For more information about the recall and application procedures, go to myPers at https://mypers.af.mil
and enter "Limited Period Recall Program (1T2X1 Pararescue)" in the search window.