Minimum Education Requirement:
High school diploma or GED with 15 college credits
The Air Force provides full-service healthcare to every single Airmen. That means having specialists on staff to meet every medical need. As a Diagnostic Imaging specialist, you'll learn to take x rays of the entire body requiring an intimate knowledge of human anatomy in settings ranging from surgery centers to imaging rooms. As your career progresses, you can specialize in fields such as mammography, ultrasound, MRI and others. Whatever your career path, know that your skills and input will make a big difference in the care of the people you treat.
After eight-and-a-half weeks of Basic Military Training, every Airman goes to technical training to learn their career. Here's the basic information about Diagnostic Imaging technical training:
School location: Ft. Sam Houston [TX]
Length of course: 259 days
College degree earned: Nuclear Medicine Technology
College credits earned: 82