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Has anyone ever enlisted in the Air force as an officer at the age of 32?

Author : JuJu

Submitted : 2018-02-22 16:03:16    Popularity:     

Tags: Air  enlisted  force  age  officer  

Officers do not enlist. Officers are commissioned. Yes, Officers have Joined at that age. Doctors for one. One does not ENLIST as an Officer. Offi

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Officers do not enlist. Officers are commissioned. Yes, Officers have Joined at that age.
Doctors for one.

One does not ENLIST as an Officer. Officers are COMMISSIONED, not Enlisted. And yes... May professional people like Doctors, Lawyers, engineers, etc enter the service at that age or even older.

Yes. The general requirement is you have to be able to serve 20 years by the time you are 60. There is a catch. Lets say you are a nurse with a masters degree and 5 years of experience. They will bring you in as a Captain. So six or seven years later you go up for major. Assuming you get that, then you are good to go for the 20 years. But if you do not get it then you are out. I would suggest you take the retirement plan that pays you something if you do not finish 20 years.

Nobody as you do not enlist as an officer.

Officers do not enlist. Aside from that, I knew a man who Enlisted and served in the Army during the Korean War. He then went to College, and Medical School. then he served his Intership and finally got his MD. He then was commissioned in the Air Force as a Captain. I am quite sure he was over the age of 32 when he entered the Air Force. When a person enters the services under such conditions, their prior service time is deducted from their actual age. so a person would be accepted at an older age. That Doctor rather stood out. It was not common to see an Air Force Officer with a Purple Heart, Korean War service ribbons, and an enlisted GCM among other things. All his previously earned medals and ribbons were still his and he wore them proudly.

officers do not enlist. they are granted a commission. anyone who doesn't figure that out in their research is not officer material .

it only happens from being a civilian if you are commissioning into medical Legal or Chaplain corps for the most part.

One does not "enlist as an officer" at any age. There have been officers who were commissioned at the age of 32. It was fairly common in WWII. Less common now.

No because it isn’t possible.

The reason Officers do NOT Enlist, they are comisssioned.

Nobody has enlisted in the Air Force as an Officer, but it is possible for an enlisted Airman to earn a Commission up to the age of 39 if they meet all of the requirements.

https://www.airforce.com/how-to-join/process/enlisted-to-officer

Enlist is for Enlisted. A commission is for Officers. Doctors and such may after school and residency.



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