Military Aviation Schools

  • Let the military pay for your flight training. You'll be able to fly multi-million dollar jet fighters faster than the speed of sound, free of charge. It doesn't get any better than that. You can choose to fly with the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines or the Coast Guard.
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    • United States Army:The strength of the Army lies not only in numbers but also in the individual Soldier. Because no matter what job they have or rank they hold — there is nothing stronger than a U.S. Army Soldier. The Army consists of more than 675,000 Soldiers: 488,000 on Active Duty, ready to respond immediately to any mission; 189,000 in the Army Reserve, who can be rapidly mobilized when their skills are needed in times of national emergency or global conflict.
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    • United States Army Reserve: The Army Reserve is more like a part-time job that enables you to keep your civilian career while you continue to train near home and serve your country. Many professionals as well as college students are Soldiers in the Army Reserve. As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you should expect to spend one weekend a month in training and attend a two-week Field Training Exercise (FTX) once a year. In times of war, Soldiers in the Army Reserve may be called up to Active Duty ("activation") as our country's needs require. Service options for the Army Reserve range from three to six years, depending on your Army job and where your Army Reserve Center is located.
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    • United States Army National Guard: The Army National Guard (ARNG) is one component of The Army (which consists of the Active Army, the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve.) The Army National Guard is composed primarily of traditional Guardsmen -- civilians who serve their country, state and community on a part-time basis (usually one weekend each month and two weeks during the summer.) Each state, most territories and the District of Columbia has its own National Guard, as provided for by the Constitution of the United States. The National Guard has a unique dual mission that consists of both Federal and State roles. For state missions, the governor, through the state Adjutant General, commands Guard forces. The governor can call the National Guard into action during local or statewide emergencies, such as storms, fires, earthquakes or civil disturbances. In addition, the President of the United States can activate the National Guard for participation in federal missions. Examples of federal activations include Guard units deployed to Kosovo and the Sinai for stabilization operations, and units deployed to the Middle East and other locations in the war on terrorism. When federalized, Guard units are commanded by the Combatant Commander of the theatre in which they are operating.
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    • United States Marine Corps: From the day young men and women first earn the right to call themselves Marines, they take their place in an extremely proud heritage, and will remain part of it forever. Expressed in our motto, Semper Fidelis, ours is a family that looks after its own in every way. Whether a Marine remains in the Corps for a few years or an entire career, he or she will retain the benefits earned by keeping this nation safe and free.
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    • United States Navy: America's Navy is a force as relevant today as it's been historically significant for the last 236 years. The times may change. The threats may become more obscure. The complex nature of 21st century life may make the demand for such a presence less obvious. But now more than ever, the Navy is something to be aware of. Something to be thankful for. Something to be proud of. The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
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    • United States Navy Reserve: America's Navy Reserve is an essential element of the Total Force that is America's Navy. Wherever the important work of the Navy is being conducted in the world today, whenever the Maritime Strategy that guides those efforts is being executed, Navy Reservists are there. Seamlessly supporting. Actively contributing. Effectively leading. And ultimately, serving a key role in helping America's Navy to be A Global Force For Good.
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    • United States Air Force: The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win … in air, space and cyberspace. To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power. That vision orbits around three core competencies: developing Airmen, technology to war fighting and integrating operations. These core competencies make our six distinctive capabilities possible.
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    • United States Air Force Reserve: The Air Force Reserve is an exciting, vibrant part of the nation's defense. It offers similar benefits afforded to those on active duty, with one major addition: the benefit of time. Time to be with your family, time to work at your civilian career, and time to serve your country. An ideal option for those who have never been in the military and want to participate without being on full-time active duty, the Reserve is also a great way for those in other branches of the military to continue their benefits. Those include educational and retirement programs; starting their civilian careers with the stability of a second paycheck; and continuing the camaraderie and adventure only available through the service.
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    • United States Coast Guard: The U.S. Coast Guard is one of five branches of the US Armed Forces, and falls under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The Coast Guard is the nation's oldest continuous seagoing service with responsibilities including Search and Rescue (SAR), Maritime Law Enforcement (MLE), Aids to Navigation (ATON), Ice Breaking, Environmental Protection, Port Security and Military Readiness. In order to accomplish these missions the Coast Guard has 38,000 active-duty men and women, 8,000 Reservists, and 35,000 Auxiliary personnel who serve in a variety of job fields ranging from operation specialists and small-boat operators and maintenance specialists to electronic technicians and aviation mechanics.
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    • United States Coast Guard Reserve: The Coast Guard Reserve is a part-time force of nearly 8,000, specially trained people who serve with the Coast Guard one weekend a month and two weeks every year. Coast Guard Reservists work directly alongside active duty Coast Guard personnel and perform the same job as active duty personnel.
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    • United States Air National Guard: The Air Guard is a unique branch of the military, with a dual mission to serve at both the federal and state levels. When trouble strikes your state, your Governor can call on the Air Guard for a mission where you will help save lives, provide support and deliver critical supplies to communities that need you. Likewise, when the President calls, you will answer by delivering overseas humanitarian aid or support of our nation's homeland defense efforts. And because you serve part-time in the Air Guard, you do it in a way that fits your life, close to where you live and work. That's the meaning of Part-time Blue, Full-time You.
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