Perform events in various regions throughout the United States
Arrange and adapt music for various musical combinations
Coordinate activities with interested agencies and higher authorities (Musicians)
Perform one or more musical instrument in concert, marching bands and other musical groups
Prep facilities for rehearsals and performancesCareer Tasks
Sharing ceremony through music
The Air Force is proud of our Airmen, our mission and our role in defending our country. One of the best ways to display this is through music played by Air Force bands all over the country. Vocalists, percussionists, electric guitarists, pianists, brass, woodwind players, music arrangers and sound engineers all work together as members of Regional Bands to rehearse and perform various events to celebrate and honor the men, women and efforts of the U.S. Air Force.
Qualifications SummaryMinimum EducationHigh school diploma or GED with 15 college creditsASVAB RequirementsAdministrative; GeneralQualificationsKnowledge of musical conducting and rehearsal techniquesExperience supporting or performing with bands, choruses or similar groupsCompletion of 7.5 weeks of Basic Military Training as well as Airmen’s WeekMust be between the ages of 17 and 39"Send Me" by USAF Band00:00
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Basic military Training
Status upon Completion
Enlisted Airman with credits earned towards Music
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