Concerns

Concerns - The research that I did was extremely helpful in...

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The research that I did was extremely helpful in finding out information about my ideal career, and I was glad that I did the research. It is rare for a person to find a career where there are no deterring factors, and I am no exception to this rule. There are many things about my potential career in the United States Air Force that are going to be easy for me accomplish and deal with, but even I have some issues with this career choice that will be quite challenging. In this quest I will cover some of the obstacle, and fears that I had as I conducted my research on becoming an Air Force officer. When I first started my research I came across some information on prior service personnel that made me always give up on the career. I found some information that claimed that someone who has more than ten years of active duty service can not become an officer. I was a little disappointed about this information, but then I later found that this information was not entirely true. The Air force policy for becoming an officer is that you have to be less than 35
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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