Is there a GPA requirement for Air Force OTS?
Meet minimum Air Force Officer Qualification Test (AFOQT) scores and grade point Average (GPA). The AFOQT minimum of 10 or higher on the Quantitative score and 15 or higher on the Verbal score is mandatory for all applicants. Minimum GPA for rated and non-rated applicants is 2.50.
How do you rank up in the Air Force as an officer?
Officers are generally commissioned as Second Lieutenants and promote through the ranks. However, some Commissioned Airmen may skip some ranks or receive accelerated promotion through the ranks based on their Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) and civilian world experience.
How long does it take to commission as an officer in the Air Force?
After completing a four-year degree, graduates may enroll in OCS. This is also known as Officer Training School (OTS) in the Air Force. OCS/OTS varies in length between Services, but generally lasts 9 to 17 weeks.
How hard is it to become an Air Force officer?
All of the Air Force enlisted commissioning programs are very competitive. In fact, it’s probably harder to get a commission in the Air Force than any other service branch. The Air Force also likes their officers to have a very high college GPA (3.2 or above is considered competitive).
How competitive is it to become an Air Force officer?
What is the age limit for Air Force OTS?
between 18 and 39 years of
Be between 18 and 39 years of age. Be a U.S. citizen. Have at least a bachelor’s degree.
When is the best time to promotion in the Air Force?
The IPZ is normal time an officer would promote to that rank. If you are a stellar officer, you can promote 1BPZ (1 year Below-the-Promotion Zone) or 2BPZ. BPZ isn’t always offered for each grade, it can change over the years.
How long does it take to get promoted to technical sergeant in the Air Force?
The average Air Force-wide, active-duty time for promotion to the rank of technical sergeant is 12 years.
Who is eligible for promotion to major in the Air Force?
Eligibility for Promotion to Major Through Major General. Officers on the ADL are eligible if they meet the criteria established prior to each board by the SECAF or designated representative. These are the grades where the actual boards start.
When do you get promoted to first lieutenant in the Air Force?
Eligibility for Promotion to First Lieutenant. Second lieutenants on the Active Duty List (ADL) are eligible for promotion as soon as they have 24-months time-in-grade computed from their CGDOR as a second lieutenant. I’m pretty sure CGDOR is Commissioned Grade DOR.