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Constructive Service Credit now offered to applicants of two Space Force career fields

Then 2nd Lt. Jessica Thompson, center, signs her official commissioning documents after swearing into the U.S. Space Force in July 2022 near Arlington, Texas. Left, Tech. Sgt. Pittenger, of the 342nd Recruiting Squadron F Flight, served as the Airman Advancement Coordinator Recruiter for Officer Accessions overseeing the final commissioning process. Col. John Smail, senior cyber officer for the U.S. Space Force and presiding officer of the ceremony, looks on as the first of six cyber Guardians entered service under a new officer commissioning program that provides qualified applicants Constructive Service Credit. With her credit, Thompson graduated Officer Training School as a first lieutenant. (Courtesy Photo)

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