With constant shortages in personnel, the last thing the military wants to do is make it difficult to join. Locating a recruiter has never been easier than it is today, no matter if you're looking to join as an enlisted man or officer, or if you're doing it for money, training and school or as a career.
Things You'll Need
Use the Internet. The Air Force website has a recruiter locator on the top of its website front page under the "Contact Us" option. This will direct you to a local recruiting office. A "Live Chat" function connects you to an Air Force adviser.
Use the phone. Calling 1-800-593-2670 will connect you to an automated system that will allow you to find a local Air Force recruiting office.
Look for a job. Military recruiters often try to appeal to job seekers in traditional job markets. Job search websites often have military opportunities listed, and job fairs often have tables reserved for military recruiters.
Graduate from high school. Practically every high school student approaching graduation will receive a bevy of phone calls from military recruiters from every branch of the service. If you're already planning to join the Air Force, you can sit there and wait for them to call you!
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