"Over 13 years and I enjoyed every one."
"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."
"I began my Air Force career in 1989, one month out of high school and ended in 1997. I would never change joining the military and the experience it gave me for life. War is never fun, but it gave me a chance to fight for those who could not. Life has never been the same since my days in the Air Force, but it gave me a foundation for the rest of my days. I would definitely recommend a young person to give back by joining and fighting for their country if they can. It is a life changing experience that no one can take away."
"I have worked in the Air Force for over 25 years. The service has been great for experiencing many cultures, meeting lots of people with diverse backgrounds, and building a new world with every construction project completion."
"Working for the military is a sacrifice of both time and money but with hard work and rank you can live comfortably and be respected in any part of our country. It's not a job, it becomes your life to work hard and play hard while being expected to volunteer your time to events like setting up small shelter checkpoints for the Iditarod competition or serving as AADD volunteer which is Airman Against Drunk Driving, without being told to do so. These things pay us back in time and it's always a reward to reflect on them."
"I enlisted in the USAFR in 2010 fresh out of high school. It's been a great experience with great benefits."
"I have no complaints. I would recommend the Air Force as a career to anyone."
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