becoming an Air Force RN? :o) - page 2
]Hi, I am a RN with 3 years experience in oncology, med/surg tele, pccu, cardiac step down. I currently have my ADN and will have my BSN in June 2012. I am looking into joining the air force as a CO.... Read More
May 7, '12 by RayRN87, ADN, BSN, RNWow that's awesome, you must be an excellent nurse - congrats on moving up in the ranks so fast! How is family life with Air Force? Do you live on base or off base, and what would you recommend for someone who is married with 2 children?
Thanks again, I appreciate your feedback and input. It is very nice and reassuring to receive advice from someone with your experience!
May 7, '12 by BabyRN05It doesn't matter how good of a nurse you are to get promoted (you can't horrible and get promoted), but 01 through 03 are automatic, so it just goes by the date you passed your NCLEX. I'm married and have 2 kids, and the whole on base vs. off base housing is just going to depend on what base you are stationed, although the AF does have the nicest housing (in my opinion). Do you know where you are getting stationed, if you don't what are your preferences?
May 16, '12 by MBRN74Hello BabyRN05,
Hope all is well. Thanks for your post . I am a potential and have been an RN for quite some time. I would like to get more info from you and your experience. I was trying to PM you but for some reason It won't let me. Thank you so much. Maybe you can PM me because I am not sure it won't let me do that with you right now.