My FI grew up as a military brat and his dad was enlisted…Fi then went to USAFA and is now an officer.
Is there really this social divide between enlisted and officers???
An officer’s wife recently responded on one of my posts something to the effect of..
‘this cost this much.that cost that much.you really afford that on an AIRMAN’s salary because MY husband is an OFFICER and we would struggle’.
Here’s a short description of the currently available enlisted scholarships: The ASCP allows enlisted personnel to separate from active duty and receive a scholarship worth up to ,000 per year while pursuing their commission through Air Force ROTC.
Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) Professional Officer Course-Early Release Program (POC-ERP) offers active duty Air Force enlisted personnel an opportunity for an early release from active duty to enter AFROTC and receive a commission as an Air Force Officer.
Like recruiters and educators, counselors and caregivers have a strong professional obligation to those who rely on their services.
Pastors, legal advisers, medical staff and psychological personnel are covered under this regulation.
This is true regardless of the respective ranks of the individuals involved.I know that salary is no secret in the military.DAMN..I feel like it is sooooooo reduntant to bring up SOMEONE ELSE’S finances!Ill tell you, I was furious for all of the enlisted wives that this sterotype of officers’ wives is true and they think they are better!I was litterally disgusted by the comment, and FI was too!