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Warner Robins, GA (US)
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    I have been working at Air Force Reserve part-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Serving while still maintaining a full-time job, healthcare premiums great

    Cons

    Not many while in the reserves, sometimes hard to have a work life balance, leadership in the IMA reserves are active duty bases and they tend to forget that you are assigned to them and don’t write you decorations or stay on top of your EPR, regardless of your continued reminders and doing the work for them

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Air Force Reserve Interviews

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    Aircraft Maintenance Technician Interview

    Anonymous Employee in McConnell AFB, KS (US)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Air Force Reserve (McConnell AFB, KS (US)) in August 2014.

    Interview

    The transfer from Active Duty to the Reserves was really no big problem. There has to be available slots open for the position you want, and that is all that is necessary aside from basic military training and fitness requirements.

    Interview Questions

    • When enlisting for the first time in the military, they will likely ask you about prior events, such as any criminal activity or drug use. Honesty is pretty much the best policy, just keep in mind that they will want to know when the drug use occurred and what substances. They don't want addicts.   1 Answer
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