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    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Air Force Academy (USAF Academy, CO) in October 2012.


    An email call from the AF Personnel Center went out to all Cyber Ops officers announcing the availability of positions in the Computer Science Department. The AF has a formal process (Form 3849) for applying, but simultaneously I was working directly with the department's personnel officer to ensure receipt of the required paperwork and scheduling of an interview. The interview was panel-based, containing about 5 faculty members (3 military and 2 civilians). It was fairly low-threat; all were warm and pleasant. It was about 3 months after the interview that I learned I was hired.

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    • The questions were geared at getting to know me, both in the context of research interests, prior teaching experience, etc. There were no "what is your greatest weakness" or other psychological types of questions.   Answer Question

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Headquarters USAF Academy, CO
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Type College / University
Industry Education
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Although the youngest of the five service academies, the US Air Force Academy continues to go off "into the wild blue yonder." The school, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, was established by Congress in 1954 and graduated its first class with female cadets in 1980. Its annual enrollment is about 4,500 cadets; about 20% are women. The Academy's four-year program of study emphasizes academics, military and athletic training, and character development, and graduates earn bachelor's of science degrees. Since its inception, the school has produced more than 35,000 Air Force... More

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