Minimum Education Requirement:
The greatest asset in the Air Force is its personnel. Making the most of each Airman's skills and experience is what keeps us as strong and effective as possible. This is the focus of Personnel Officers. Continually assessing staffing needs, they handle everything from procurement and assignments to professional development, promotions and separations. Personnel Officers develop plans and policies for personnel, education, training and functional responsibilities. They also develop social action programs that help commanders prevent substance abuse, ensure equal opportunity in mission readiness and improve work methods and procedures.
You might like this position if you have interests in these areas:
To become an officer in the Air Force, you'll enter a rigorous nine-week Officer Training School that will challenge you physically and mentally while preparing you to be a leader.