sure is.References :
Yes it is. If you just looking to travel look into Nurses with out bordersReferences :
All nurses are officers so no you would not go to basic training. You would go to Officers Basic Course or OBC.References : Army Scout
No, you would be an officer so you would go through OTS if you already have a degree or you can try for ROTC and they will put you through school and then you will have to serve a certain number of years as an officer.References :
If you are joining the Air Force already as a Nurse with your bachelors or higher no they will not send you to basic. You will go right in as an officer and you will send you to an Officer Basic Course.References : I’m in the Army
it will be less tough training, officer training school. or you can take afrotc if you are still in schoolReferences :
Jackie o is right,if you are not already a nurse,you will have to go to
basic training and then to AIT for Your training.References :
Nurses in the Air Force do not go to basic training (which is for enlisted personnel) or to OTS (Officer training school)
They go to COT, which is 5 weeks long and is for medical officers (doctors, nurses, dentists, etc) only. Last I heard COT was at Maxwell AFB AL, which means don’t go in August if you can help it.
EDIT: Make sure you talk to an officer recruiter vs an enlisted recruiter. He or she will refer you to a health professions recruiter.
http://www.au.af.mil/au/holmcenter/OTS/COT-RCOT/index.aspReferences : AD AF
Everyone has to go through either AF BMT or (for officers) something very similar, so there’s really no way to get around it.References :
You can only be an RN with a bachelor’s degree or higher. They won’t let you be an RN with an associate’s degree. But if you already have your BSN before you enlist, you will commission straight in without going through basic. They have specific recruiters for health professionalsReferences :
Yes. All must go into basic training.References :
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