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  • This is recruiting: share a story, change a life

    Growing up in a military household has had its effects on me. Everyone always asked if I would follow in my father’s footsteps, but I never had any interest in joining.However, this changed as I entered my senior year of high school, having yet to plan what I would do once I finished. Not knowing

  • Recruiting Service program inspires youngsters with music, spirit to serve

    Senior Air Force leaders and the Air Force Academy Band took center stage across several local schools here Jan. 26 and 27 to highlight Air Force diversity through the Recruiting Service’s General Officer Inspire program.The band quickly won fans at Rapid Valley Elementary School while performing in

  • Reserve recruiters train, prepare for success ahead

    After a two-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 500 Air Force Reserve recruiters and support personnel from around the globe gathered here Nov. 5-9 for a deployment for training event.Usually held annually, the DFT allows recruiting leaders to fulfill readiness, regulatory, upgrade and