Discussion in 'On Topic' started by James Hook, Jul 9, 2009.
Anyone with experience or info on this?
Kinda looking at in & Loadmaster.
6 on 6 off deployment ratio but only a few go and it usually if you ask to go for the most part
6 years 6 figures ....outside companies are hot for you
part of your 7 level upgrade is to get 24 credit hours in AFSC related classes
Lots and lots of paper work and doing the same style work over and over again. Can be a very boring job at times but very relaxed and they are big on you getting an education.
End of Fiscal year is your busy time and could suck for a month of two.
Lots of market research and meetings with contractors
there are 3 sections to work in and the construction side of the house is where everyone wants to be. I work with them as part of my job so know a bit of what they do in that area.
I am trying to cross train into it but it is hard because of my current job and I am not in my first term.
Thanks for the info
Couple more questions though
Why the construction side? I didn't think the AF really gave bonuses? I really want to get a degree while I'm in so I'm learning towards this since it's more encouraged it seems and I'm looking for setting up something in the civilian world also so I think this may be a good fit.
Well I am not sure but seems like the most fun side and the hardest to get into. You need a lot of classes and certs before you can become a CO though.
Well not sure about enlistement bonus but a re enlistement bonus the SRB is huge its ilke a 7 for A B and then a 4.5 for C or D
So you would take your base pay at the time x number of years you are going to re enlist for x the SRB
that is your bonus
you get half up front the rest spread over the number of years in your new enlistment.
Awesome, any more info pros/cons guys?
What's the asvab score for this?
I think a general 67, use google....
Got it, thanks.
Also, is there any differences in this if you go in as officer vs enlisted?
Thanks for the help.