The Air Force’s Air University is testing out a program that aims to fast-track qualifying Air Force senior noncommissioned officers looking to get a commission. Beta tests for the “Officer Training School-Accelerated Commissioning Program” take place this month and in November and last 14 days, according to a recent service news release. The current program lasts 40 days. To streamline training, SNCOs will receive self-study assignments before they arrive, and the syllabus for the program will focus on a mindset transition from SNCO to officer. Participants for the beta tests were chosen through the current OTS board selection process. The Air Force recruiting service then selected for those in the ranks of master sergeant and above who had completed Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy either by correspondence or in-residence. Read more at AF.mil.
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