[Eecs_phd] Engineering the Future - United States Air Force
huntert1 at ohio.edu
Wed Jul 27 12:07:56 EDT 2016
Imagine yourself in a meaningful career, being on the forefront of technology in realm of flight, cyberspace or even space. If you want to take an exciting journey toward real and honorable achievements… if you want to be a part of an organization that challenges you while building your engineering education and experience, then consider being a part of something bigger than one’s self. Consider becoming an Engineer in the United States Air Force! Our engineer corps need your expertise to help maintain our billion-dollar satellite control networks, space launch control systems, as well as future technologies, like laser, microwave and advanced optics to develop innovative weapons systems. The Air Force is currently looking for engineers from a variety of disciplines, including Civil, Aeronautical, Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Environmental and Computer. Our collective strength establishes a foundation of integrity, legitimacy and greater efficiency – all necessary in order for the Air Force to fly, fight and win … in air, space and cyberspace. My name is Master Sergeant Mark Strauss, serving the Air Force for more than 17 years. I'd like to share my personal experience in the Air Force with you and discuss how the Air Force might benefit you, your career and future.
I invite you to contact me by phone or email to set up an appointment, where we can further discuss how the Air Force can help you. Look at it as an opportunity for you to interview me - and the Air Force. So feel free to respond to this email message or call me at (304)741-1760 to find out how you can become an Air Force Engineering Officer.
MSgt Mark Strauss
mark.strauss at us.af.mil<mailto:mark.strauss at us.af.mil>
P.S. In the meantime, visit the following links to experience your future possibilities.
Air Force Science: http://www.airforce.com/learn-about/stem/#/science
Air Power: http://americanairmen.airforce.com/f35/
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