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United States Air Force Commissioned Officer Job Descriptions

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To become a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force, one must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree. In some fields, such as medical and civil engineering, specialized degrees are required.

One can obtain a commission in the United States Air Force by being selected for the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Program (ROTC), by attending the Air Force Academy, or by graduating from Officer Training School (OTS).

Below are the commissioned officer career fields (jobs) and basic qualification factors:

11 - PILOT FIELD

12 - NAVIGATOR FIELD

13 - SPACE, MISSILE, and COMMAND and CONTROL FIELD

14 - INTELLIGENCE FIELD

15 - WEATHER FIELD

16 - OPERATIONS SUPPORT FIELD

21 - LOGISTICS FIELD

31 - SECURITY FORCES FIELD

32 - CIVIL ENGINEER FIELD

33 - COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION FIELD

34 - SERVICES FIELD

35 - PUBLIC AFFAIRS FIELD

36 - MISSION SUPPORT FIELD

38 - MANPOWER FIELD

41 - HEALTH SERVICES FIELD

42 - BIOMEDICAL CLINICIAN FIELD

43 - BIOMEDICAL SPECIALISTS FIELD

44 - PHYSICIAN FIELD

45 - SURGERY FIELD

46 - NURSE FIELD

47 - DENTAL FIELD

48 - AEROSPACE MEDICINE FIELD

51 - LAW FIELD

52 - CHAPLAIN FIELD

61 - SCIENTIFIC/RESEARCH FIELD

62 - DEVELOPMENTAL ENGINEERING FIELD

63 - ACQUISITION FIELD

64 - CONTRACTING FIELD

65 - FINANCE FIELD

71 - SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS FIELD

8XX - SPECIAL DUTY ASSIGNMENTS

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