wrichcirw wrote:Congrats to the lucky few who made it. AF is definitely the way to go. I've had too many Army guys tell me that to believe otherwise...
To Capt Bateman,
I tried calling the 800 number a couple times - my guess is that JAG recruiting is a rather specialized AFSC (or perhaps a specialized part of a specialized AFSC), so I got the answering machine. Do you have an email contact, perhaps of whomever is the current JAG recruiter? I'd much appreciate it.
JAG is totally different when it comes to personnel compared to the rest of the Air Force (and what you are likely used to from your prior service). The professional development branch of JAG, known as JAX, handles everything in this department, from incoming accessions to officer assignments. There is a senior O-3 that handles all the incoming JAGs and an O-4 that does all Reserve & Guard.
Maj Johnson should be able to answer your questions far better than I could. If there are still some hanging after you talk to him, let me know.