Afghan air force recruiters at Kabul Air Wing are looking for young men and women who have what it takes to become the next generation of Afghan air force officers.
Afghans, ages 18-26, are being actively recruited by the AAF for positions like pilot, engineer and maintenance officer, to name a few.
The AAF recruiters have a strong partnership with U.S. Airmen from Train, Advise, Assist Command-Air (TAAC-Air), and the two organizations are constantly fine-tuning the process to get the best and brightest young Afghans into the AAF.
“My advice to eligible young people is that the AAF will help build the future of Afghanistan,” said AAF Lt. Col. Yaqubi Munir, lead recruiting officer, through an interpreter. “This is the best opportunity for the person to serve the country.”