U.S. Air Force
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  • CEO
    U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Barbara M. Barrett
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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    U.S. Air Force website
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Mission Generation Vehicular Maintenance in RAF Mildenhall
on 19 May 2022
Great place to learn.
Daily work life is much like a 9-5 job, except with PT (physical training) in the early morning. Most shops open up around 7:30. The USAF is big on training, so don't be afraid to ask questions. You will make mistakes and break things as you learn. The DoD has the budget, so just focus on learning from your mistakes. Just like everywhere else, management can suck or be great, seems to be a roll of the dice. Keep your head up, work hard, and you wont have issues.
Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman in RAF Lakenheath, UK
on 17 April 2022
Learned a Lot
I wasn't fond of moving every few years so got out after my 4 1/2 years. It's hard to not be able to settle down in one location with your family. .
SNCO in All over the world
on 4 March 2022
Being active duty is hit or miss
21 years on active duty. Two different AFSCs. The Air Force has changed and change I think is mostly good and well intended. However, there seems to be a disparity when it comes to treating enlisted and officer personnel. Officers are entrusted with making the decisions and as enlisted we are to support that. However, many officers are terrible leaders and horrible managers. The enlisted seem to always be held to a higher standard and still get paid a lot less than officers. Pay is fine, especially if you have no education and experience. After 20 years I will collect a retirement and will never look back.
Public Health Technician in Lakenheath
on 22 February 2022
Depends on your career field
I worked in Public health and my experience was great. My husband is in a different career field (aircraft maintenance) and work/life balance is awful, leadership does not care.
Commander in All Over
on 12 February 2022
It was a fascinating adventure, but I was ready to retire.
You definitely own your promotion for at least the first decade, then it can get competitive. It can be very structured or loose, depends on the career field you work in. Some career fields (security forces) have you doing 13+ hour shifts, while others are 7-5, choose wisely.

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