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Recruiting 406-788-8264

MEET OUR RECRUITERS

 

Recruiter Josh Allestad  

Josh Allestad

406-799-5905

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.

  Recruiter Nik Asmussen

 

Nik Asmussen

406-781-5619

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. 

           
Recruiter Scott Hampton  

Scott Hampton

 406-868-3206

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.

  Recruiter Corey Stubbs

Corey Stubbs

406-799-5762

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. 

 

CONTACT A RECRUITER

MTANG Officer Screening Board (packages due Jan. 9 2022)

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 maureen.maphies.1@us.af.mil   

**Important Documents**

MTANG OFFICER SCREENING BOARD CHECKLIST 

AF2030

AF24

LETTER OF INTENT EXAMPLE

OFFFICER SCREENING BOARD EXAMPLES 

 

 

 

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Current Openings

AFSC
Job Title
Technical School Location, Primary School Length

1A1X1

Flight Engineer

Lackland AFB, TX & Little Rock 36 Weeks

1A2X1

Aircraft Loadmaster

Lackland AFB, TX & Little Rock, AR

34 Weeks

1C3X1

Command Post

Keesler AFB, MS 7 Weeks

1S0X1

Safety

Lackland AFB, TX  5 Weeks

1P0X1

Aircrew Flight Equipment

Sheppard AFB, TX 12 Weeks

2A5X1B

Crew Chief

Sheppard AFB, TX & Little Rock 18 Weeks

2A6X2

Aerospace Ground Equipment

Sheppard AFB, TX 20 Weeks

2A6X5

Aircraft Hydraulics

Sheppard AFB, TX 10 Weeks

2A6X6

Aircraft Electrical And Environmental

Systems

Sheppard AFB, TX 19 Weeks

2A7X3

Aircraft Structural Maintenance

Pensacola NAS, FL

16 Weeks

 

2A8X1

Avionics

Comm/Nav/Mission Systems

Sheppard AFB, TX 24 Weeks

2A8X2

Avionics

Instrument &Flight Control Systems

Sheppard AFB, TX 20 Weeks

2F0X1

Fuels (POL)

Sheppard AFB, TX 6 Weeks

3E0X1

Electrician 

Sheppard AFB, TX 14  Weeks

2R0X1

Maintenance Management Analysis

Sheppard AFB, TX 12 Weeks

2R1X1

Maintenance Management Production

Sheppard AFB, TX 7 Weeks

2S0X1

Materiel Management

Lackland AFB, TX 6 Weeks

2T0X1

Traffic Management

Fort Lee, VA 7 Weeks

2T3X1

Vehicle Mechanic

Port Hueneme, CA 16 Weeks

3D1X2

Cyber Transport

Keesler AFB, MS 19 Weeks

3D1X3

RF Transmission Systems

Keesler AFB, MS 20 Weeks

3E0X2

Electrical Power Production

Sheppard AFB, TX 12 Weeks

3E1X1

HVAC & Refrigeration

Sheppard AFB, TX 14 Weeks

3E2X1

Heavy Equipment Operator

Fort Leonard Wood, MO 14 Weeks

3E3X1

Structural

Gulfport, MS 13 Weeks

3E5X1

Engineering Assistant (EA)

Fort Leonard Wood, MO 15 Weeks

BENEFITS

MONTGOMERY GI BILL (MGIB-SR/CH 1606)**
  • Pays $384 per month, tax-free, paid directly to you
  • 36 academic months (four years excluding summers) of full-time attendance. 12+ credit hours is considered full-time.
MONTGOMERY GI BILL KICKER
  • Available to certain career fields
  • Additional $350 per month, tax-free, paid directly to you
  • 36 academic months (4 years excluding summers) of full-time attendance (12+ credit hours is full time)
STATE SCHOLARSHIP
  • $100 per credit hour up to $1,200 per semester
  • For use at state affiliated schools
  • Benefit amount can be adjusted up or down without notice
100% STATE TUITION WAIVER STARTING FALL 2020
  • Supplements GI Bill
  • For use at state affiliated schools
  • Covers out of state tuition
THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE AIR FORCE
  • Associates Degree based on your military occupation.
  • Automatically earn college credit for Basic Training, Technical School, and Leadership training
  • Transfer credit to your school to help earn your degree faster!
COLLEGE-LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM (CLEP)
  • Save time: Depending on the college's CLEP policy, satisfactory CLEP exam scores can earn up to 12 credits.
  • Save money: The cost of a CLEP exam is FREE for unit members. 
  • Make college more interesting: Skip general introductory courses and move on to more advanced classes. CLEP can help you to the finish line if you're a few credits shy of graduation.
HEALTHCARE Tricare Reserve Select
  • Member-only coverage is currently only $43 per month
  • Family coverage is currently $218 per month
  • Deductible of $50 per individual/ $100 per family (for E-4 and below)
  • Yearly out of pocket cap of $1,000
  • Details at https://www.tricare.mil/Plans/HealthPlans/TRS
TRICARE DENTAL PROGRAM
  • $11 for the member
  • $27 for one additional family member
  • $83 for Sponsor and entire family
  • Details at https://www.tricare.mil/CoveredServices/Dental/TDP
LIFE INSURANCE  Serviceman’s Group Life Insurance (SGLI)
  • Up to $400,000 of coverage for $28 per month
  • Spouse up to $100,000
  • $10,000 for children at no cost
MILITARY BASE PRIVILEGES
  • BASE GYM
  • BASE EXCHANGE: Military Department Store comparable to Target or Kmart
  • COMMISSARY: Military Grocery Store comparable to Albertsons, Smith’s….
  • AUTO HOBBY SHOP: offers an opportunity for individuals to complete major and minor repairs on their own vehicles 
  • ARTS AND CRAFTS HOBBY SHOP: build, shape and restore woodcrafts, auto repair and other hobbies
  • RECREATION SUPPLY:  Rent recreational equipment such as:  camping gear, fishing gear, skies, and other sporting equipment
  • BOWLING
THRIFT SAVINGS PROGRAM (TSP)
  • Contribution based retirement (like 401K)
SPACE “A” TRAVEL: 
  • Travel the world on Military Aircraft

**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.