Current Chief of Staff: Norton A. Schwartz
The United States Air Force (USAF) is the aerial warfare part of the United States government. Their official mission is to organize, train, and equip themselves for prompt and sustained offensive and defense air operations. The USAF is under the leadership of Hon. Michael B. Donley, Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, and CMSAF James A. Roy.
The Air Force has about 329,638 active personnel, 68,872 reserve personnel, and 94,597 air guard personnel. They also have 5,573 aircraft, of which 2,132 are fighters 450 ICBMs 32 satellites.
The USAF is headquartered at the Pentagon in Washington D.C., and has engaged in several historical wars, including the most recent Iraq and Libyan War.
United States Air Force Careers
If you’re interested in working at the United States Air Force, the following are some of their opportunities:
• Arts & Education
• Business Operations and Administration
• Computers and Computer Science
• Electronics and Electrics
• Emergency Management & Response
• Engineering & Applied Science
• Fuel & Propulsion Systems
• Future Technologies
• Ground Vehicles
• Health & Medicine
• Logistics & Transportation
• Maintenance and Repair
• Natural Science
• Special Operations
• Weaponry & Materiel
United States Air Force Culture
There’s a major sense of unification and camaraderie for professionals with a United States Air Force career. Also, members get major benefits, especially in regards to education, such as an Officer Education program where you can get the leadership skills and training and financial assistance for the training. If you think a United States Air Force career is in your cards, check out our jobs page for more info.
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