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You may have an eye refraction level of no worse than or - 8.0.
It is not the intent or desire of the Air Force to require any person to relinquish custody of his/her children to qualify for enlistment.See if your height falls within the acceptable range and manage your weight to meet our standards for male and female Airmen.Be sure you are cleared for vigorous exercise by your physician before undertaking any intense physical activity or weight reduction program.Openly gay, lesbian or bisexual applicants will be evaluated according to the same criteria and requirements applicable to all others seeking entry into the military.Air Force careers are often physically and mentally demanding, and Airmen must be in good health to perform to our strict standards.In addition to language and cultural skills, applicants must be between 17 and 39; meet the mental, moral and physical standards for enlistment; speak, read and write English fluently; and have a valid and unexpired visa issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. Only after immigration procedures are completed and an applicant is legally residing in the United States may an application for enlistment be accepted. Questions concerning immigration to the United States should be asked of the U. However, GED holders must meet the following additional requirements: Be at least 18 years of age Must obtain a 65 qualifying score on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Obtain 15 or more semester hours of qualifying college credit to gain the same eligibility as a high school graduate Note that GED holders must wait for GED applicant slots to become available, and this can sometimes mean waiting periods of up to one year.
Under normal circumstances, 1% of our enlisted force accessions are GED holders during a one-year period.
Please note that transferring custody of family members for the purpose of entering the Air Force is prohibited and renders enlisted applicants “permanently disqualified.” Single parent applicants must not enter the Air Force with the expressed intention of regaining custody after enlistment.
If you indicate you have a child or children in the custody of another parent or guardian at the time of initial processing, you’ll be advised and required to execute an Air Education and Training Command Form 1328, Statement of Understanding for Single Member Parent Having Dependents in the Custody of Another.
Married individuals with legal, physical custody of up to two children under the age of 18 and/or incapable of self care may enlist provided you are otherwise qualified.
For married individuals with three children, a waiver will be required to permit you to enlist.
Single, divorced or separated parents or those in common law marriages with legal, physical custody of up to three children under the age of 18 and/or incapable of self care may enlist provided you are otherwise qualified, but a waiver will be required to permit you to enlist.