RAF Brize Norton is the largest station in the Royal Air Force with approximately 5800 Service Personnel, 1200 contractors and 300 Civilian staff members. The Station is home to the RAF's Strategic and Tactical Air Transport (AT) and Air-to-Air Refuelling (AAR) forces, as well as host to many lodger and reserve units. With its mixed fleet of aircraft, RAF Brize Norton provides rapid global mobility in support of UK overseas operations and exercises, as well as AAR support for fast jet…
The mission of the Air Force Reserve is to Fly, Fight and Win … in air, space and cyberspace. Whether you’ve experienced military life before or not, you have the opportunity to serve your country, earn extra income and gain health, education and other benefits. You serve where you live without interrupting your civilian career or higher education. From Pilots and Mechanics to Healthcare and Cyber careers, part-time jobs with full-time benefits are available in the Air Force Reserve.
Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense (DoD) to active duty, Guard and Reserve service members, and their families with comprehensive information on every aspect of military life including deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, and much more.
Air Force Special Operations Command has roughly 15,000 active-duty, Air Force Reserve (AFRC; C, for Command), Air National Guard (ANG), and civilian personnel. These members are scattered across the globe at dozens of locations, prosecuting myriad missions and functions.
The first Armed Forces Day was celebrated on Saturday, 5/20/1950. The theme for that day was “Teamed for Defense”, expressing the unification of all military forces under 1 government department. According to the U.S. Dept of Defense, the day was designed to expand public understanding of what type of job was performed and the role of the military in civilian life.
This sample resume shows how you can translate your military skills for a civilian job.