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AETC team opens doors to special duty assignments

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  • By Staff Sgt. Jesse Opena
  • Andersen First Term Airmen's Center
Have you ever been interested in becoming a Recruiter, Military Training Instructor, Military Training Leader, Technical Training Instructor, or Professional Military Education Instructor?

If so, the Air Education and Training Command Special Duty Assignment Team is offering the opportunity you have been seeking.

The AETC team will host a Special Duty Assignment briefing Nov. 29 in the Professional Development Center, Bldg. 21006, from 8:30 to 11:30.

There are few jobs in the Air Force more challenging, satisfying, and rewarding then an AETC special duty assignment. If you're an airman 1st class with at least 36 months Time In Service  through master sergeant with less than 17 years Total Active Federal Military Service, the AETC Special Duty Assignment Team invites you to attend their briefing and learn more about these challenging careers. Enlisted personnel from all Air Force Specialty Codes that meet the previously identified criteria are eligible to apply for these positions and are encouraged to attend the briefing. Spouses of potential applicants are also invited. Members of the Recruiter Screening Team and the MTI Recruiting Team will conduct the briefing.

"Recruiters are responsible for the number and quality of young men and women who enlist and begin their Air Force careers. We are the first to touch the lives of our future Airman," said Master Sgt. Andrew Sites, NCO-in-charge of the Recruiter Screening Team. "One of our best entitlements is the opportunity to choose your own recruiting assignment from more than 1,100 possible locations."

"Everyone remembers their MTI," said Tech. Sgt. Danica Eusay, MTI Recruiting Team NCO-in-charge. "The MTI sets the stage for each individual's success in the Air Force and mentors hundreds of new Air Force members. The job is filled with substantial rewards for those who want to have a hand in molding our future Airman. Besides these intangible benefits we also are entitled to Special Duty Assignment pay and an annual supplemental clothing allowance."

The team can expedite the processing of an applicant's special duty application if they bring the completed application with them to the briefing. To obtain a copy of the AETC special duty application, contact the Wing Career Advisor, Master Sgt. Sanga at 366-7829.