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  • 372nd Recruiting Group

    The 372nd Recruiting Group, of Headquarters Air Force Recruiting Service and commanded by Col. Layne D. Trosper, directs the recruiting activities of eight regional Health Profession flights, and nine squadrons. The group's nine recruiting squadrons include the 343rd RCS, 347th RCS, 348th RCS, 361st RCS, 362nd RCS, 364th RCS, 367th RCS, 368th
  • Air Force Recruiting Service

    Air Force Recruiting Service, headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, is a key component of Air Education and Training Command.MissionThe mission of AFRS is to inspire, engage and recruit the next generation of Airmen and Guardians.AFRS recruits quality men and women from a cross-section of America, responsive to the ever-changing
  • Air Force Recruiting Service, Detachment 1

    The Air Force Recruiting Service, Detachment 1 was established in October 2018 to conceive and implement innovative programs supporting Air Force Total Force (active duty, Guard and Reserve) recruiting efforts and is the tactical execution arm of the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Rated Diversity Improvement initiative. MissionThe mission of
  • Recruiter Assistance Program (RAP)

    RAP OverviewThe Recruiter Assistance Program is designed to allow Air Force members to work with Air Force recruiters by returning to their hometowns and providing personal testimonials, assisting in obtaining school lists, participating in Center of Influence (COI) events/Delayed Entry Program (DEP) Commander’s Calls, and performing other
  • We Are All Recruiters (WEAR)

    Recruiting Mission Air Education and Training Command's mission begins with Air Force Recruiting Service at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. AFRS is comprised of three regional groups and 27 squadrons. Air Force recruiters are assigned throughout the United States, England, Germany, Japan, Puerto Rico and Guam.The AFRS mission is to inspire,