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AETC special duty assignment team briefs Andersen Feb. 27

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If you've ever wanted to have the opportunity to recruit sharp individuals into the Air Force as an Air Force Recruiter, or mold civilians into airmen as an Air Force Military Training Instructor, the Air Education and Training Command Special Duty Briefing Team can answer any questions you may have concerning these challenging and rewarding careers. 

The team will brief on all aspects of special duty opportunities at 8:45 to 10:45 a.m. 
on Feb. 27 at the Palm Tree Golf Course building. 

Spouses are highly encouraged to attend. Airmen first class with at least 24 months time in service through master sergeants with less than 16 years total active federal military service are invited to attend the briefing and are eligible to apply for these special duty assignments. 

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