What's it like to be in the Air Force security forces? What are my chances of getting this specialty?
I'm approaching my last semester of college to get my A/S degree in criminal justice and I'm employed as a police cadet. I've been thinking about joining the Air Force as a member of the security forces to gain experience and earn more income. Can anyone who's served in the Air Force security forces tell me what they like/dislike about the job so far? Would I have a good chance of getting this specialty & is there any way I can be guaranteed the specialty prior to basic training?
Asked By: Paul - 1/15/2011
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If you're looking for a challenge, like I was, then it's the perfect place to be. It's not difficult to get at all. and with you're education, you'd be ahead of everyone. It is commonly referred to as BMT part 2, but bright side it you get weekends off! It's basically broken down into three Areas. Area 1 is where you... More
Answered By: DJLion 4 - 1/18/2011
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O where to start. Im gonna start off by saying that now every base will give you the chance to get a whole lot of actual Law Enforcement side of things. Like my base for instance in the two years that i am here for i wont work an LE patrol the whole time due to other missions that the base has going on, but bigger... More
Answered By: Andrew - 1/15/2011
It's not a real hard AFSC to get. I'm in Aircrew tech school which is right next door to SecFor and there tech school is basically 13 more weeks of basic training. The shit sucks, they get yelled at all the time, limited time in the Dining Facility. SecFor is a shitty career field to get into. Only plus side as far as... More
Answered By: Shane - 1/15/2011
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