People who enlist in the United States Air Force have the privilege of serving in a specialized branch of the US military.
1. If you’ve ever dreamed of flying, the Air Force may be for you. While not everyone who joins the Air Force will become a pilot, many do learn to fly and you could be one of them if you meet certain requirements. But even if you don’t get to pilot, there are many ways you can be involved with flight by operating computers, air traffic controlling, mechanical jobs and other flight-related Air Force jobs.
2. In the Air Force, you have the opportunity to learn about new aircraft and new technology before most people.
3. If you join the Air Force, you can later transfer to the public sector and gets jobs involving flight, whether you’re a pilot, an air traffic controller, or on the team developing an aircraft. You’ll have an edge in the public sector thanks to your Air Force jobs training. Any industry which utilizes technology used during flight, flight controlling or other related transportation and technology fields will be thrilled to have an Air Force veteran come aboard because of the specialized training you’ll receive.