If someone has an interest in flying for the Air Force Reserve, there are more than 100 units out there looking for qualified individuals. For those who are not currently a pilot, whether in the Air Force or another service, the initial step an applicant will need to do is take two tests. The recruiter can assist in scheduling a commissioning physical. For more information on becoming a pilot or a rated officer, contact AFRC RS at (800) 257-1212 or email the officer accessions program manager at RS.AFRCRSO.OfficerAccession@us.af.mil. Information regarding AFRC flying training boards can be found on AFRC/A3's Sharepoint site. Contact your recruiter for access to this site if you are not currently serving in the military.
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