Your Air Force career is waiting. Discover Air Force recruiters that are ready to assist and guide you through your path. With accessible resources and incredible opportunities, you can reach your unlimited potential. The Air Force recruiting offices below represent the 368th and 345th squadrons. Locate the recruiting office near you and get started on your journey.
The U.S. Air Force’s 368th recruiting squadron serves Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, and parts of Washington. These areas include recruiting stations in a variety of cities bringing convenience to your fingertips. We proudly represent each local area and strive to go above in every way we can. Let your career be more than just a job, and find yourself with the strength to create your future. Our recruiting offices range from Spokane, WA, Reno, NV, Bozeman, MT, St.George, UT, Idaho Falls, ID, and beyond.
The U.S. Air Force’s 345th recruiting squadron serves Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Illinois. These local areas include a variety of locations throughout each state. We’re here to ensure that your future is full of high-quality experiences as well as advantages that you can’t gain elsewhere. Find recruiting offices in Jefferson City, MO, North Little Rock, AR, Jackson, TN, and many more. Our U.S. Air Force recruiters are here to guide you along the path you’re seeking for your education, career, and lifestyle.
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The process to join the Air Force is not quick. It could take weeks or even months before you leave for Basic Military Training.
There are several qualifications that must be met in order to join the Air Force. Requesting information does not mean you're signed up to join.
Like any job, the Air Force is looking to fill open positions. If you meet the requirements, and there is an open position, you may be eligible to book that job. You will list 10 jobs you're interested in, and if one is available, you'll book it. The Air Force WILL NOT give you a job you didn't list.
While many military families prefer to live on base, it's not a requirement. Once you're a Senior Airman( 2.5 to 3 years in the Air Force), OR if you have dependents you can choose to live on or off base.
Depending on where you get stationed might determine how often you visit your family, but the Air Force makes visiting family easier by providing 30 days of paid vacation per year. If your leave request is gets approved, you can visit them anytime you want.