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  • Air Force recruits during Race Week at Bristol

    One of NASCAR’s most famous venues became a focal point for Air Force recruiting Sept 16 - 18, 2021. Recruiters based in North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Texas converged on Bristol Motor Speedway, in Bristol, Tennessee, with resources to engage and inspire potential recruits.
  • Air Force refines pilot candidate selection process in support of rated diversity

    Several Air Education and Training Command initiatives to remove barriers for qualified candidates in the pilot candidate selection process were highlighted in the Air Force’s six-month assessment of its initial Racial Disparity Report Sept. 9.
  • Luke Airmen educate Junior ROTC members during GO Inspire event

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. William Wisehart, 63rd Fighter Squadron reserves assistant director of operations, speaks about his career Aug. 2, 2021, at the GO Inspire event at Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Luke AFB members briefed Junior ROTC cadets on various career fields such as security forces, ammunitions, medical and aviation.
  • Air Force Recruiting Service NCOs reach new heights in leadership by serving key positions in the Air Force Sergeants Association

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- Two new members of the Air Force Sergeants Association Board of Directors are Air Force recruiters.This summer, Master Sgt. Blake Manuel, 348th Recruiting Squadron Officer Accessions flight chief in Clearfield, Utah, was elected as international vice president, the second highest position in the AFSA. One
  • Cycling, service during annual ride across Iowa

    When Brig. Gen. Jason Lindsey talks about cycling, you can clearly hear the passion and excitement in his voice.  
  • Anchorage MEPS recruits Alaska’s first U.S. Space Force member

    U.S. Army Capt. Jesse Ferguson, Anchorage Military Entrance Processing Station operations officer, swore in Ethan Groves as Alaska’s first recruited U.S. Space Force Guardian May 3, placing the recruit on a direct path to Basic Military Training and marking another milestone in the new service’s growth and development.
  • AFRS Looks Through Diverse Lens to Support, Retain Leaders

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- In the heart of a city known for its military culture, Air Force Recruiting Service is looking through a diverse lens to attract the best of America. More than 100 people throughout the U.S. assembled for the “Celebrating Sisterhood Through Empowerment, Progress, and Change” Women’s Symposium Aug. 10 – 12,
  • Guardians Wanted: U.S. Space Force unveils new recruiting commercial

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – In a new recruiting commercial released today, America’s top Guardian called on the nation’s best and brightest to step up to the challenge of serving in the newest branch of the armed services, the U.S. Space Force.Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, Chief of Space Operations, featured in the spot, concludes the
  • Family bonds grow after recruiting first sergeant donates kidney to his brother

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO – RANDOLPH, Texas – When an Air Force Recruiting Service first sergeant’s brother needed a kidney transplant, he put family ahead of his career.Master Sgt. Christopher Florida, 339th Recruiting Squadron, Clinton Township, Michigan, knew his brother had a kidney ailment for years, but didn’t realize how severe it was until his
  • Oshkosh Airshow A Win For Air Force Mentors

    OSHKOSH, Wis. — Air Force Recruiting Service’s Detachment 1 joined scores of aviation enthusiasts during the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture airshow in Oshkosh, Wisconsin the week of July 23- 29, 2021. “We are beyond grateful to have a presence at Oshkosh this year,” said Maj. Kelly McNerney , Det. 1’s director of operations. “This