Things To Ask Air Force Recruiter
Questions Spouses Can Ask Air Force Recruiters?
Okay, I don't have any specific questions you can ask, but I do have some answers.
First, the Air Force is considered the best choice for family men. Their standard of living is high and they can make the family feel included and valued. They only have 1 or 2 unnecessary bases so you can go anywhere. They have programs to help you go to school, even if you have to leave the current college. They should also help pay for their education. This is information that my husband received not only from recruiters, but also from the AFB team in Leaked. (BMT ends in week 6). My husband is going to his tech school (he will stay there for more than 20 weeks), so he paid me and our children to move there and from where there was a family, the children at school are a safe thing and here Even in college, they do what they can to make the airmen part of their family.
Basically, the whole army pays more for a family. You get high-level tax breaks as well as other things like austerity pay. They also offer free medical care and many other benefits.
The only downside to all of them is that they don't offer any of these unless you're married. If you move to BMT as a fianc, you won't get any of that until he becomes your husband. If you get married before you leave, you may receive an allowance that will be refunded on the day of your departure.
As for the break moment, it was good, I found out I was pregnant with 2 more kids and I was trying to prepare myself for my move. I was without his phone number or letter for more than 2 weeks when he first came and missed our birthday. We have been together for 7 years and we have been married for 3 years and we have never spent more than 24 hours without talking. We never went more than a few days without seeing each other. it is difficult. I was very depressed, I could not eat or sleep and in 3 weeks I lost 10 pounds. My husband was very upset with me because my character was getting worse and worse, so he went to the pastor to call us. It's still bad ... I'm worried about it now because he told me it's not uncommon for people to be dehydrated or hot during the week. Lily, this part is almost complete and I only have 13 days to watch it. I will not lie. It was the worst time of my life, but if I can get out of it, I'm sure you can too.
As far as your work is concerned, it depends on your training and ASVAB. Currently, you need a score of at least 50 to enter and this can get you a job on Py. If you are smart enough, you can find many jobs depending on your interests. ■■■■ has a saying that he does so he should be happy. The Air Force translates most of the work directly into the civilian world. My husband is a PMEL at AFSC and he was told by a BMT consultant that his brother-in-law is in PMEL, he works on a 6 year contract and then pays 120,000 per annum. I work in civil work. Just some grocery to throw away ...
It doesn't matter what I choose, everything has taught me to let her do what she wants. If you bring it back and it was really his dream, you will later regret it and he will blame you. Well, I've been through it all.
Questions for Air Force Recruiters