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  • Feed - USAFR/ANG USAFR/ANG
    The Air Force Reserve Command supports the Air Force mission to defend the United States through control and exploitation of air and space by supporting Global Engagement. The AFRC plays an integral role in the day-to-day Air Force mission and is not a force held in reserve for possible war or contingency operations.

    The Air National Guard has both a federal and state mission. The dual mission, a provision of the U. S. Constitution, results in each guardsman holding membership in the National Guard of his or her state and in the National Guard of the United States.
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    Last post CSO Selection
    CrashShultz Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:42 pm
  • Feed - ROTC ROTC
    The Air Force Senior ROTC Program is designed to recruit, educate and commission officer candidates through college campus programs based on Air Force requirements. Units are located at 144 college and university campuses throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Students from schools near Air Force ROTC host institutions can attend classes through 1025 separate crosstown enrollment programs or consortium agreements.
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    359 Posts
    Last post Re: How old can you be to joi…
    elcid16 Wed Aug 10, 2016 10:30 am
  • Feed - AECP AECP
    **The Airman Enlisted Commissioning Program has been suspended indefinitely until further notice.**
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    Last post AECP PCS with TDY En-Route to…
    bmbrman Tue Dec 27, 2011 5:39 pm
  • Feed - TDSP TDSP
    The Air Force Technical Degree Sponsorship Program (TDSP) offers money to those working on an engineering or meteorological degree who are within 24 months of graduation. Each candidate must successfully meet and complete an evaluation by an Officer Training School (OTS) board. Once selected, each candidate receives an active-duty E-3 (Airmen 1st Class) enlisted pay along with housing and food allowances — essentially, you get paid to go to school full time. Candidates are also eligible for medical and dental benefits. Upon graduation you’ll be commissioned as an officer and get started in an Air Force job that utilizes your technical skills.
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    Last post Re: TDSP Suspended?
    Arkbird Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:39 am
  • Feed - ASCP ASCP
    The Airman Scholarship & Commissioning Program (ASCP) offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a commission while completing their bachelor's degree as an Air Force ROTC cadet. Applicants are not authorized to pursue a second bachelors or graduate degree through ASCP.

    Those selected separate from the active duty Air Force, join an Air Force ROTC detachment and become a full-time college student. The Air Force provides them with a tuition/fees scholarship, an annual textbook allowance, and a monthly nontaxable stipend. Students may not pay the difference to attend higher cost schools. This scholarship will be awarded for 2 to 4 years, depending on how many years you have remaining in your bachelor's degree program. Airmen with some or no college credit may apply for the program.
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    Last post tylerevert View the latest post Wed Jan 15, 2014 4:06 pm
  • Feed - POC-ERP POC-ERP
    The Professional Officer Course-Early Release Program (POC-ERP) offers active duty enlisted personnel who can complete all bachelor's degree and commissioning requirements within 2 years an opportunity for an early release from the active duty Air Force to enter the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC).

    Those selected separate from the active duty Air Force, join an Air Force ROTC detachment and become a full-time college student. The Air Force provides them with an annual textbook allowance, and a monthly nontaxable stipend. Students may not pay the difference to attend higher cost schools.
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    Last post Curious to know....
    toofkir Tue May 20, 2014 11:00 am
  • Feed - SOAR SOAR
    The Scholarships for Outstanding Airman to ROTC (SOAR) offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a commission while completing their bachelor's degree as an Air Force ROTC cadet.

    Those selected separate from the active duty Air Force, join an Air Force ROTC detachment and become a full-time college student. The Air Force provides them with a tuition/fees scholarship, an annual textbook allowance, and a monthly nontaxable stipend. Students may not pay the difference to attend higher cost schools. This scholarship will be awarded for two to four years, depending on how many years you have remaining in your bachelor's degree program. Airmen with some or no college credit may apply for the program.
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    Last post SOAR (1206 and LOR)
    kuhlbube Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:29 pm

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