"am currently working for The US airforce based in Creech airforce Base for approximately a year now. The position is a civilian contractor position to support and assist the airforce engineering team. Working in the base is a very comfortable and relaxing environment; people are helpful and positive. My supervisor is the Deputy Commander, and despite his busy schedule, he always makes time for regular meetings, which help both of us exchange directly to feedback about the work requirements and team achievements."
"I have been with the United States Air Force since 2014. When I entered the military, I did not know the oppurunities I would be given to learn skill sets, and achieve my dreams. Looking back now, I am truly grateful for the Air Force, Leadership, and teams that I have been apart of. I have grown into a succesful, well rounded, employee and manager. I will be able to take these skill sets to all future jobs and be able to implement them into not only my everyday life, but of those around me."
"The USAF is the best organization to work for. You can serve your country honorably while creating the very best of yourself through invaluable life experiences and amazing mentor-ship."
"I love the Air Force and what opportunities I have been provided to see the world and learn a great skill!"
"Great expectations but a great experience. I was lucky enough to learn a bit about the intel field"
"Two terms as an enlisted Airman."
"I was the satellite bus project manager. I was in charge of making sure the subsystems of the satellite bus were completed on schedule for an integration with the satellite payload."
"I've served in the Air Force for 11 years. I have gained a lot of knowledge when it comes to leadership, and interpersonal skills and being an all around Airman. I will miss the AF but am looking forward to the opportunities that lie ahead."
"EXCELLENT! I loved my experience in the Air Force."
"At the end of my career, I was in charge of 96+ personnel ensuring the security of USAF personnel and property. After that I was placed in a position where I monitored the reliability of 300+ personnel, managing a program for the commander of our unit."
"I enlisted in the Air Force in 1990 and made a career of it, staying for 21 years. In that time frame I went from an entry controller to flight sergeant, and finally to monitoring of 300+ personnel for the commander."
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