Motivated recruiters are needed to help shape the future of the Air Force Reserve. 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.
“We are actively seeking qualified Airmen to apply due to projected vacancies throughout the Recruiting Service,” said Senior Master Sgt. Donald R. Cantrell, the new officer accessions flight chief at the 452nd Air Mobility Wing, March Air Reserve Base, California.
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 for the entire family. Moreover, recruiters have the opportunity to work toward an active-duty retirement. Many recruiters believe the best part of their job is helping applicants obtain the opportunities within the Air Force Reserve and watch the transition from civilian to Airman.
Those interested in becoming a recruiter can contact any of the Recruiting Flight chiefs; SMSgts. Russ Forsee, Ruben Uscanga, or Don Cantrell at 951- 655-3185 or e-mail questions to email@example.com.