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    Default AF Reserves Cross Training

    Hello,

    I am currently in the AF Reserves (Just switched out of Active Duty) as an Emergency Manager (3E951) I've wanted to switch into Fire for sometime and now that I'm in the Reserves I think it may be possible (Due to AD Mil FF downsizing) Is there anyone who has crosstrained as a Reservist into Fire? Could you give me an insight as to what the process is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tms1989 View Post
    Hello,

    I am currently in the AF Reserves (Just switched out of Active Duty) as an Emergency Manager (3E951) I've wanted to switch into Fire for sometime and now that I'm in the Reserves I think it may be possible (Due to AD Mil FF downsizing) Is there anyone who has crosstrained as a Reservist into Fire? Could you give me an insight as to what the process is?

    Thank you
    talk to the in-service recruiter and see if there are any fire positions available in the reserve unit that you are going into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShredddinCali View Post
    talk to the in-service recruiter and see if there are any fire positions available in the reserve unit that you are going into.
    Thank you for the advice but I am already in the Reserves. Even if there is no open spot I can still get an overage position

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    Quote Originally Posted by tms1989 View Post
    Thank you for the advice but I am already in the Reserves. Even if there is no open spot I can still get an overage position
    that is true. overage are good fro 2 years. talk to the retention and recruiting office then. talking to the unit fire chief wouldn't hurt either.

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