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11-15-2012 09:00 PM
jinstall yes considering it is all on the interwebs on how to transfer your military training to school credits AND job positions.

My resume is pages long but when I apply for jobs I keep it to a minimum and to the point.

22 years Retired Army and Dept of the Army GS Civilian.
11-15-2012 08:26 PM
Rudel
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Good for you! The Air Force in and of itself is a great line on any resume. Glad you want to step to the plate in any capacity.
I've done my 10 years in the Marines.

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Shows how little you know about the job. I work transition assitance as an extra duty for the Army Reserve and I could take a boomers AFSC description and load down a resume for any cargo/logistics job.
I could care less about the job. My intrests are in satellite communications or any other radio comms. I'm a technician and have just a well written resume as you guys do. As you know, it's not hard translating military word's into civilian standards.
11-15-2012 02:47 PM
ScullyZX2 Hey Boomers, I work for 1 of the 2 depots that maintain the KC-10. It looks like a real hard job to me. We fix'em for you so they work as designed. As for there aren't ANY jobs, there are but the seats they have are very few.
Have fun and see you in GRT if you get here.
Scully
09-17-2012 12:22 PM
birdman_a15
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Or a real MOS that translates to civilian work.
Shows how little you know about the job. I work transition assitance as an extra duty for the Army Reserve and I could take a boomers AFSC description and load down a resume for any cargo/logistics job.
09-15-2012 11:57 PM
kirkus8 I did pass the test with a c...they recently lowered how much u have to pass for atc
09-15-2012 06:43 PM
jdubhack
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Got a c on the depth perception test and need a D dang...probably will be seeing a civ eye doc soon to change that! Or just go for air traffic control or airfield systems

Oh and to all the haters, why comment? I can't Stand when military people bag other military people...what's the point we are all serving
You can't go ATC w/o passing a depth perception test. It's a requirement the world over. My second AFSC was ATC.
09-15-2012 06:40 PM
jdubhack
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soooooo...your joining the Airforce with hopes of being an glorified gas pumper...wait...sorry...refueling technician...

Never ceases to amaze me...the high quality of people who join the airforce...If you want to join the military. Join a real branch...
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Or a real MOS that translates to civilian work.
Good for you! The Air Force in and of itself is a great line on any resume. Glad you want to step to the plate in any capacity.
09-15-2012 06:10 PM
kirkus8 Got a c on the depth perception test and need a D dang...probably will be seeing a civ eye doc soon to change that! Or just go for air traffic control or airfield systems

Oh and to all the haters, why comment? I can't Stand when military people bag other military people...what's the point we are all serving
09-02-2012 01:29 PM
blackcervini The boomers job is not all about just pumping gas. It includes learning the balance of the aircraft not only with fuel but cargo as well, translating into work in the huge air transport industry. That is employment in such companies as UPS, FedEx, and Kalitta Air. Not bad for a gas pumper. I personally have hundreds of hours on tankers to locations all over the world.
08-30-2012 02:02 PM
birdman_a15 Congrats... Don't get down from the haters. I've served in both the USAF and the US Army and both have their ups and downs. Like I said, congrats on becoming a boomer. You'll enjoy it. Fly in Style. The people that hate on the Air Force usually are just upset that they didn't make the correct decision the first time around.
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