Don't be nervous, I went through COT 10 yrs ago. Lots of fun. Its like being back in school. Lots of book work about military history, etc. Then you learn how to march, do team building execises, such as planning how to get over a wall with only rope and wood. Stuff like that, but it can be fun. You will have your own room, like a small hotel like room and share a bath with person next door. As far as going to your first duty station, the AF will assign you a sponsor, if they haven't done so by now. This will be a fellow nurse, who will contact you probably in COT, they will get an idea of what type of housing you are looking for, age of kids, potential schools, etc. You won't be left out there alone. Once you get to your duty station, you will get some days off to house hunt and get setteled in. When I first came into AF, I found it to be much more relaxed, respectful and nurturing than any civilian job I had. I hope you have a good experience.