Citizen Airmen wanted: nationwide openings for AFRC recruiters

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  • By Tech. Sgt. Phyllis E. Keith
  • 624th Regional Support Group Public Affairs
Motivated recruiters are needed to help shape the future of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC). The Recruit-the-Recruiter program is designed to identify Citizen Airmen like yourself who have what it takes to support the mission of the Air Force Reserve Recruiting Service.


"We are actively seeking qualified Airmen to apply due to projected vacancies throughout the Recruiting Service," said Senior Master Sgt. Carl E. Nixon, Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) flight chief for AFRC Recruiting Service whose office is housed with the 624th Regional Support Group here.


Nixon said there are many benefits to serving as a recruiter. While serving in Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) status, recruiters receive the same pay and entitlements as active duty Airmen, including Tricare Prime health benefits and an opportunity to work toward an active duty retirement. Nixon said that the best part of a recruiter's job is helping applicants obtain the opportunities that accompany service within the Air Force Reserve.


Any current Air Force Reserve members assigned to PACAF units who are interested in becoming a recruiter, can contact Nixon at Recruiters will be placed in CONUS and OCONUS locations as needed by AFRC.