Josh is a third generation Air National Guardsman who has been in multiple jobs within the organization. His military service began in 2008 with the Army National Guard. He has deployed with the 120th Airlift Wing and the C-130 airframe. His combined experiences and lifetime commitment to the Air Guard provide a diverse opportunity to assist his recruits in finding the best career to help them achieve their goals.
Video superstar from Great Falls, MT! Nik started out his career with the Air Guard in Public Affairs documenting the Montana Air National Guard’s mission. He has since become a recruiting rock star and loves helping people find their niche in the Guard world.
Scott started his Air Force career in 2002 as he entered the Active Duty Air Force. He has been part of several different units across the country as well as been in every component of the Air Force to include the Air Force Reserve. He found his home with the Montana Air National Guard in 2012 and has loved being part of this amazing team and enjoys helping people join this excellent organization, too. He is a family man, loves fantasy football and has a passion for recruiting.
Corey hails from the proud heritage of the 219th RED HORSE Squadron where he served with his fellow horsemen for over 10 years. Corey’s background as a Structural Craftsman is full of interesting tales that lead you from building obstacle courses for Navy Seals to deployments overseas in both wartime and peacetime efforts. His time with the RED HORSE has given him perspective and experiences that he loves to share with potential future proud serving members.
The Montana Air National Guard will be conducting the Winter Officer Screening Board. The purpose of this board is to interview non-commissioned personnel and/or civilians who are interested in applying for MTANG officer vacancies for non-rated line Air Force officer positions. Upon receipt of a complete package, an OSB will consist of at least three (3) officers. The board will conduct a paper screening to determine eligibility and potential waivers. Once paper screening is complete a formal board will commence and that board will provide final recommendation of applicants.
The following requirements for those interested in meeting the OSB are detailed below in the titled “Montana Air National Guard Officer Screening Board Checklist.” Examples and blank documents are below for applicants use. Completed packages for the OSB are due by COB 9 January 2022. The OSB interviews will convene over the March 2022 Regular Scheduled Drill (RSD).
Questions can be directed to Lt Col Maureen Maphies at 791-0281 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
MTANG OFFICER SCREENING BOARD CHECKLIST
LETTER OF INTENT EXAMPLE
OFFFICER SCREENING BOARD EXAMPLES
Lackland AFB, TX & Little Rock 36 Weeks
Lackland AFB, TX & Little Rock, AR
Keesler AFB, MS 7 Weeks
Lackland AFB, TX 5 Weeks
Aircrew Flight Equipment
Sheppard AFB, TX 12 Weeks
Sheppard AFB, TX & Little Rock 18 Weeks
Aerospace Ground Equipment
Sheppard AFB, TX 20 Weeks
Sheppard AFB, TX 10 Weeks
Aircraft Electrical And Environmental
Sheppard AFB, TX 19 Weeks
Aircraft Structural Maintenance
Pensacola NAS, FL
Sheppard AFB, TX 24 Weeks
Instrument &Flight Control Systems
Sheppard AFB, TX 6 Weeks
Sheppard AFB, TX 14 Weeks
Maintenance Management Analysis
Maintenance Management Production
Sheppard AFB, TX 7 Weeks
Lackland AFB, TX 6 Weeks
Fort Lee, VA 7 Weeks
Port Hueneme, CA 16 Weeks
Keesler AFB, MS 19 Weeks
RF Transmission Systems
Keesler AFB, MS 20 Weeks
Electrical Power Production
HVAC & Refrigeration
Sheppard AFB, TX 14 Weeks
Heavy Equipment Operator
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 14 Weeks
Gulfport, MS 13 Weeks
Engineering Assistant (EA)
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 15 Weeks
**Federal education benefits are available to all unit members provided they enlist for 6 years. These benefits are available to our members after completion of basic military training (boot camp) and technical school. If you have prior military service, you must complete any technical school requirements and have used all active duty Montgomery GI bill benefits you are entitled to prior to receiving Air National Guard educational benefits. This program is a non-contributory benefit, meaning no payment or reduction in pay is required from you to receive these benefits.