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  • AFRS teams up with Thunderbirds to fly UFC champion

    Since the UFC has a sizable social media following—28 million on Facebook, 17.7 million on Instagram, 8.1 million on YouTube and 7.3 million on Twitter—flying Griffin provided a chance to share his experience with the Air Force to a large audience.
  • Air Force recruiting breaks Guinness World Records title with virtual pastime during pandemic

    When the world shut down last year and people shut themselves in during the COVID-19 pandemic, Airmen charged with inspiring and engaging the next generation discovered new ways to showcase America’s air power and dominate pixel space. To their surprise, their recruiting efforts earned the Air Force a Guinness World Records title for the largest online jigsaw puzzle.
  • AETC takes deliberate action focused on diversity, inclusion for recruits, Airmen

    Recognizing the value of having and developing agile thinkers at all levels of the Air Force who have diverse backgrounds and experiences, Air Education and Training Command leaders have taken deliberate actions focused on diversity and inclusion for both recruits and current Airmen and Guardians.
  • Reserve, Guard ready to take force-shaping troops

    The Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard to benefit from active-duty Air Force force-shaping actions made necessary by record Air Force retention levels.
  • Air Force recruiting launches E.C.H.O. to test cognitive skills

    This new recruiting tool helps engage and build awareness of different opportunities in the Air Force that recruiters can send out to target audiences. The experience takes players through three different challenges, testing a variety of cognitive skills that Airmen use every day. At the end of the experience, the results will highlight which Air Force career paths would be viable based on their performance and how they can continue to improve their cognitive skills.
  • Power of Total Force recruiting

    As Air Force Recruiting Service embarked on a Total Force Recruiting enterprise, a handful of Air Force Reserve Airmen began to matriculate here in early 2019, working side by side with their active-duty counterparts.
  • Air Force rolls out GO Inspire program to increase diversity, attract future leaders

    Air Force Recruiting Service announced the establishment of a program designed to increase diversity in ranks of the two services while attracting the next generation of Airmen and Guardians.
  • Indian immigrant living the American dream, shooting for the stars in Air Force Reserve

    Airman 1st Class Sourav Basu Roy, an air transportation specialist assigned to the 482nd Fighter Wing at Homestead Air Reserve Base and a commercial airline pilot, is living the American dream.
  • Air Force gives family fresh start after COVID-19 crushes private business

    After years of working various jobs in the transportation industry, Richard Jimenez finally got the nerve to start his own trucking business in 2019. He thought 2020 was going to be an amazing year for his family. After the crushing loss of his business during the pandemic, Jimenez, his wife and their son all found their hopes and dreams shifting to something bigger — service in the Air Force.
  • Recruiting’s Det. 1 celebrates 2 years of mentoring youth, addressing rated diversity

    AFRS Det. 1 is currently reaching out to thousands of young people – mentoring, educating and giving them opportunities to hopefully one day fly in the Air Force. Det. 1, which was stood up in October 2018, is celebrating two years of helping address rated diversity in the Air Force, and it has experienced monumental growth in this short period of time.
  • AFRS to host "Pathway to Wings" brief Oct. 7

    Air Force Recruiting Service will host a “Pathway to Wings” interactive career briefing Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. central time for potential future Air Force officers interested in learning more about accessions and rated boards.
  • Air Force Recruiting teams up with College Football Hall of Fame

    At the beginning of 2020, the Air Force entered into a three-year agreement with the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame to build a permanent exhibit for the Air Force AIR RAID QB Sim experience.
  • Air Force Recruiting Service develops electronic Officer Qualifying Test

    As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, Air Force Recruiting Service continues to find innovative ways to overcome obstacles. In conjunction with the Air Force’s Personnel Center, an electronic version of the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test is now available for the first time ever.
  • Air Force recruits future Space Professionals

    The Department of Defense’s newest military branch is relying on Air Force Recruiting Service to find America’s best and brightest to fill more than 300 enlisted positions next fiscal year.
  • AFRS to host Pathway to Wings event Sept. 2

    The Pathway to Wings brief, hosted by AFRS Detachment 1, will give participants an overview of Air Force aviation careers, as well as information about different types of service, missions, aircraft and military lifestyle.
  • Dobbins ARB navigator helps Air Force’s diversity efforts

    Growing up with his grandmother in the Bronx, a borough of New York City, Thomas didn’t know much about the Air Force, much less being a rated aviator.
  • Airman chases NFL dream

    Growing up in the northern Louisiana town of Blanchard, just outside of Shreveport, Staff Sgt. Geremy Satcher was a self-described country boy who played outside all day.
  • Total Force recruiters work together ensuring future Airman gets dream job

    For recruiters from each of the three military components this is a paradigm shift, as regular Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard recruiters are asked to do the right thing for the recruit, even if that means missing out on signing the person and helping the recruiter reach their goal.
  • AFRS officer utilizes resiliency training during roadside altercation

    Capt. Jamail Walker, a San Antonio native and 362nd Recruiting Squadron support flight commander, was traveling on the freeway with a friend, June 12, when he noticed an injured and distraught individual outside their vehicle, walking in traffic.
  • Register now for "Pathway to Wings" accessions and rated boards brief Aug. 5

    The Pathway to Wings brief, hosted by AFRS Detachment 1, will give participants an overview of Air Force aviation careers, as well information about the different types of service, missions, aircraft and military lifestyle. Current Air Force aviators will be on the call to answer questions.
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