Air Force Form 2096, the Classification/On-The-Job Training Action form. The magical document that pending my signature, my supervisor’s signature, my commander’s signature, and the signature of the chief of education and training mean…
I’m officially a 5 skill-level Personnelist!
Yes, it’s official! Today, Friday the 14th of September is my big day! It’s hard to believe that only a year ago I was returning home from BMT and tech school and in-processing into my base. I’ve been in the operational Air Force for a full year at this point. I’m proud of everything that I’ve accomplished in such a short period of time. I’ve been motivated every step of the way, and that drive pays off today. My seasoning training is done, all of my tasks have been mastered in my training record, and my time in training is complete. I’m no longer an Apprentice, I’m a Journeyman. I have much to learn, of course, but this is a big step in my military career and many more doors open as a result of me achieving this skill level (opportunities to volunteer for deployment or training at other bases, the chance to go to Airman Leader School once I’ve been in long enough). Now that my five-level is on the books, the education and training office can put in my nomination for my CCAF degree, since I’ve completed all of the requirements and was just waiting on the award of my five-level. I should be recognized with the rest of the graduates at the next Wing Commander’s Call, which I’m hoping DH will be home in time to witness.
I’m a 31 year old Navy sister, Army wife - Air Force wife to a prior service Marine/Soldier, and an Air Force Reservist. I am a happy wife and mother. My husband switched branches and joined me in the Air Force Reserve. We look forward to a future of dual military service!