Air Force basic training is now more challenging than ever, both mentally and physically. In the past few years the Air Force has redesigned its basic military training requirements to prepare airmen for the ever-changing role the Air Force is now engaged in around the world in today’s War on Terror.
The Ultimate Guide to Air Force Basic Training shows you, step by step, how to survive and thrive in today’s basic training program. Beginning with the recruiting process and taking you all the way through basic training graduation day, this book answers all your questions and will help alleviate your fears and concerns as you enter this new and exciting period of your life.
Author SrA Nicholas Van Wormer’s book is a fresh and updated insider’s view of what you will encounter and how to perform to graduate at the top of your class. It also includes interviews with recent basic training graduates, recruiters, and even military training instructors to better provide you with the most detailed guide to Air Force basic training ever published.
Whether you are getting ready to ship out to basic training or just looking into the different military options available to you, The Ultimate Guide to Air Force Basic Training is an invaluable tool that will help guide you through an otherwise daunting and difficult process.
About the Author: Nicholas Van Wormer graduated from Air Force basic military training as an honor graduate in 2007. Since that time he has served in multiple missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. These missions included deploying to Baghdad, Iraq in 2009-2010.
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If you're worried about bmt don't it's ridiculously easy now... You guys even get a nice snack time before bed, lol... (for real though)
Offers a great deal of useful insights, but highly recommend buying the actual book, as it offers tables to fill in when doing exercise as well as places to take notes, which if ourselves is useless on an iPad.
I really appreciate all the work Nick put into this book! It has put my mind at ease and I feel more prepared.