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How would you go about switching jobs in the Air Force?

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Gregory’s Answer

If you are a first term Airman there are windows in which you can put in to cross train. For a four-year enlistee, the window is between the 35th and 43rd month of enlistment. For a six-year enlistee, the window is between the 59th and 67th month of enlistment. This isn’t the only way but it is definitely the easiest. That being said it’s not always a guarantee that it will be approved. It will always come down to the needs of the Air Force. If your current career field is hurting for maiming your packet my not be approved.
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KEVIN’s Answer

Good morning,

I served 6 years in the Marine Corps.

After speaking with your recruiter and picking an MOS, speak to them about a backup MOS as another career goal for skills.

In the military, technology will always change and be more advanced.

While in the Air Force, speak to career guidance often and find out other areas of the service that may interest you and that you have a great fit for.

Be the best you can be daily!
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Karina’s Answer

In the Air National Guard you apply for positions and if you qualify, you can transfer to that position. In most cases you will have to back to training school and in some cases sign a service commitment. The Air Force wants to makes you they don’t pay for your training and then get out or transfer, again.
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