Old guy entering Air Force, please advise... - page 2
I'm entering the Air National Guard as a flight nurse. I have no military past and am 45. Are people like me treated fairly? I'm on my third career in nursing so I'm used to learning new things and... Read More
0Dec 9, '10 by athena55Quote from YammarWell, speaking for the Army, you can apply for an age waiver. But it all depends upon "the needs of the Army" and from what I have learned from this forum, you should apply now for FY 2012. Also helps if you have certification as 8A or 5M.I thought the age limit was 42 without a waiver.
The Reserves: you will still need to apply for an age waiver and again depending upon the needs of the state and TPU.
0Jan 6, '11 by dltilsonI read a msg from aRNmy stating the army reserve offered a 2 year commitment for 46-60 y/o RNs. I am trying to find out if this is legit. I would be grateful for all the help you can give. Thanks and have a great day.
0Jan 7, '11 by Pixie.RN, BSN, RN, EMT-P Senior ModeratorLamar, I believe that was a pilot program. The link I have for it is now dead, so that makes me think it's finished.