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Surgeon Paul Gleason talks about following in his family's footsteps and becoming an Air Force Physician.
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As a Doctor in the U.S. Air Force, you’ll be able to get back to why you became a doctor in the first place: treating patients and solving medical problems. All while working with expert teams in top-notch medical facilities.
Our Nurses in the U.S. Air Force are treated with the respect they deserve. As integral members of medical teams, you’ll work with world-class healthcare professionals, caring for those who protect our country.
Dentists are given the chance to advance their medical careers in a way only available in the U.S. Air Force. Using the latest dental equipment and techniques, your days will be patient-focused as you serve our Airmen and their families.
Our Allied Health Professionals are as unique as the challenges they face. No matter what your chosen area of medical training is, you’ll work with leaders in your field to ensure our nation’s Airmen are at their best.
Health Services Administrators in the U.S. Air Force have one of the most diverse careers in the medical field. You’ll support a range of healthcare provisions, from war and emergency planning to health systems design.
Our mission is the healthcare of our service members and their families. A majority of Air Force healthcare professionals work in clinics and hospitals much like our civilian counterparts.