What's the difference between working in the army and working in the air force, with the same job?
How does it different is it working with the two branches, if it is the same type of job? If not the same, whatever the equivalent MOS to AFSC is.
Asked By: chapstick - 7/21/2010
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Basically just the uniform is different... More
Answered By: R - 7/21/2010
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Army deployments are 1 year. Air force deployments are 6 months. The air force is also often better for career advancement after the military.
Answered By: Princess Purple - 7/21/2010
There are very few jobs which would be the same in the Air Force and the Army. Most of the services contract out the food services so there aren't many military cooks.
Answered By: J D - 7/21/2010
I agree with R. In the army you would do the same job but depending on your unit you will catch a lot more stress you stand at parade rest for someone higher ranking than you and you will call them by their rank unless told other wise in the Air Force you are treated equally but will respect the rank. The Air Force... More
Answered By: ARMYLADY - 7/21/2010
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