What rank do you get after OTS?
Is OTS harder than basic training?
Ots will be harder than BMT, but only in terms of academics. The military bearing portions, PT, and just the military setting in general will be a breeze.
What happens if you fail officer training?
If you simply fail something, you will get recycled and start over on day 1 with the next class. If you get recycled twice you will be dropped from the course.
Do you get your phone during OTS?
You keep your phone in your locked security drawer during the day. But you have access to it every night.
How much do you run in OTS?
The OTS Physical Fitness Test consists of three events: sit-ups, push-ups and a 1.5-mile run. To pass the test, you must pass all three events. All are timed and monitored, with two minutes to complete as many correct repetitions as possible for push-ups and sit-ups.
How do I succeed at OTS?
Before you come:
- Get physically prepared.
- If possible, get everything you need before you come.
- Familiarize yourself with any study materials you’re provided.
- Don’t waste time.
- Prioritize sleep.
- Don’t take things personally.
- Learn how to handle stress and not get flustered under pressure.
How do you become an Air Force OTS?
How Do I Qualify for OTS?
- Be a citizen of the United States.
- Take the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test.
- Pass the Air Force physical fitness test.
- Score well on the SAT or ACT.
- Have at least 90 college credits (if currently enlisted)
- Be at least 18 years old and less than 35.
What rank do you start out in the military with a college degree?
In the American military, if you enlist with a bachelors degree you start as an E-4. A college degree also makes you eligible to be an officer. There are several paths to becoming an officer; you can do ROTC in college, or you can go to Officer Candidacy School (OCS) if you have already enlisted.