HOT! "22OTS02" Board Release is Delayed! The PSDM release date will be announced here once determined.
HOT! 22OTS02 AFSC Update Directions: Please click here for new AFSC list and directions for updating your preferences for the board.
HOT! Air Force Recruiting Service has published a new Air Force Recruiting Service Active Duty Officer Training School Air Force Program Announcement found under guidance. This is to be used for all boards leading to an Air Force Commission. USSF will provide a separate announcement for USSF boards.
HOT! For all USSF boards, DO NOT email the AFRS USAF (RSOCL) org box. Only email the USSF org box for all Space Force documentation and questions.
FY22 Air Force LO Board Schedule
FY22 Space Force Board Schedule (Updated March 22, 2022)
FY22 OTS Course Schedule
Note: For USAF and USSF - AFCEP access requests will not be accepted until 30 days prior to the board cutoff.
Air Force Recruiting Service Active Duty Officer Training School Air Force Program Announcement (CAO 15 Sep 21)
Active Duty Post-Selection Instructions
Please use the attached Active Duty Post-Selection Instructions to identify your next steps in the process. In the attachment, you will find the Active Duty Post-Selection Form, the PRP packet needed for specific AFSCs - complete with form instructions, and the Base Choices List also needed for specific AFSCs. There is plenty of additional information available too, so please be sure to read the document in its entirety.
For All Air Force questions, contact Line Officer Accessions (AFRS/RSOCL).
Comm: (210) 565-0340
For All Space Force questions contact Space Force Recruiting (AFRS/RSOS)
Comm: (210) 565-0530
Email all questions and application submissions to the appropriate org box for the military service in which you are applying for. Emails sent to the incorrect org box may result in non-receipt of questions and applications submitted for USAF or USSF board consideration.
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