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An Air National Guard recruiter walks new recruits through the enlistment process.

Speaking to a recruiter does not obligate an individual to serve, and it is possible to meet with a recruiter several times before joining the military. Recruiters can answer any questions about the specific service and the military in general; they help match people to career opportunities; and they help prepare recruits for Basic Military Training (BMT). Also, recruiters welcome questions from parents.

Parents are also welcome to witness the last stage of the enlistment process, which is an enlistment ceremony. During the ceremony, a military officer will conduct the Oath of Enlistment, in which recruits swear that they will support and defend the Constitution of the United States
 
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Master Sgt. Kevin Watson: Master Sgt. Watson is the 111th Attack Wing recruiting office supervisor. A former Marine and highly-decorated veteran, he supervises production line recruiters of the wing.
Contact Info: (215) 323-7400 or email kevin.watson@ang.af.mil 

Technical Sgt. Alex Galatis: Tech. Sgt. Galatis is a production line recruiter. He enlisted into the Pennsylvania National Guard after spending four years in security forces for the Active-Duty Air Force and one year in the Air Force Reserve. He became an ANG recruiter in 2012.
Contact Info: (215) 323 7401 or email alexis.galatis@ang.af.mil


Technical Sgt. Rachel Hunt: Tech. Sgt. Hunt is a production line recruiter. She spent ten years in the military medical field before becoming an Air National Guard Recruiter. She joined the New Hampshire ANG in 2009, as the non-commissioned officer in charge of public health until arriving at Horsham Air Guard Station, Pennsylvania, in 2014. She become a recruiter in September of that year. 
Contact Info: (215) 323-7400 or email rachel.hunt@ang.af.mil



Staff Sgt. Tariq Fladger: Staff. Sgt. Fladger is a production line recruiter for the 111th Attack Wing. He was a member of the 201st RED HORSE Squadron, Det. 1 here before becoming a member of the recruiting squadron. 
Contact Info: (215) 323-8336 or email tariq.fladger@ang.af.mil






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tabAvailable jobs... 
Current as of July 21, 2015:

 - 2T3X1 - Special Purpose Vehicle Maintenance
 - 3E3X1 - Structural
 - 3E4X1 - Water & Fuel Systems Maintenance
 - 3E0X2 - Electrical Power Production
 - 3D1X3 - RF Transmission Systems
 - 3D1X6 - Airfield Systems
 - 3D1X7 - Cable & Antenna Systems
 - 3D1X2 - Cyber Transport Systems
 - 3E2X1 - Pavements and Construction
 - 3E5XX - Engineering
 
For descriptions or more information about these career opportunities, please contact a 111th Attack Wing recruiter. to view a list of enlisted Air Force Specialty Codes and the jobs associated with those codes, click HERE.
tabEducation benefits with the 111th ATKW 
Cash for School (or other stuff...):The Montgomery GI-Bill Selected Reserve (MGIB0SR/Chapter 1606) provides education and training benefits to eligible members of the Guard. It is monthly expense allowance of up to $367 sent directly to the Guardsman (not to the school) to spend on books, supplies--anything the member deems appropriate. It may also be transferred to dependents.

100% College Tuition: The State's Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP/Chapter 1607) is a program through which the Pennsylvania National Guard pays up to 100% of a Guardsman college tuition (based on enrollment status and time in military service). The member must be a state resident, have a six-year Guard contract and attend one of the follow schools:
Bloomsburg University
California University of Pennsylvania
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
East Stroudsburg University
Edinboro University
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Kutztown University
Lock Haven University
Mansfield University
Millersville University
Shippensburg University
Slippery Rock University
West Chester University


For more information on how the Pennsylvania National Guard can help fund your education click here.

After joining, Air Guard members will be able to meet with a representative from the retention (education) office to learn the specifics regarding education benefits. The retention office, along with the recruiting office, compose the 111th Attack Wing's Strength Management Team

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