New OTS Application Process slides

Officer Training School
Base Education Service Offices no longer
assist active duty enlisted Airmen who
want to apply to the Basic Officer Training
(BOT) Program
Airmen must apply to BOT through the
Air Force Portal page managed by AFRS
• Air Force Recruiting Service also announced
that they will no longer accept waivers for not
achieving the minimum GPA and AFOQT
scores for both civilian and active duty members.
• Active duty members applying for a commission
through the BOT Program review your eligibility
status and if eligible….
• submit your application through sharepoint at:
Are you eligible to apply?
• - Be between 18 and 34 years of age (AFI 36-2013, paragraph
• - Be a U.S. citizen (AFI 36-2013, paragraph
• - Have at least a bachelors' degree (AFI 36-2013, paragraph 3.2)
• - Have your permanent assignment unit commander's
approval/recommendation (AFI 36-2013,
• Table 1.1, Rule 28.)
• - Meet minimum Air Force Officer Qualification Test (AFOQT)
scores. The AFOQT minimum of 10, or higher on the Quantitative
score and 15, or higher on the Verbal score is mandatory for all
applicants, and waivers are currently not being accepted.
• Meet minimum grade point Average (GPA). The GPA minimum for
rated applicants is 2.5; the minimum GPA for non-technical degreed
applicants is 3.00. There currently is no GPA minimum for
individuals with technical degrees as outline in the AD BOT Guide.
Are you eligible to apply?(cont’d)
• Must complete 2 questionnaires to verify
• Step 1: Questionnaire 1 (Disqualifiers that are NOT waiverable):
Step 2: Questionnaire 2 (Disqualifiers that MAY be waiverable):
OTS Application details
5 Steps to Apply:
After verifying your eligibility (Steps 1 and 2),
return to the website:
and complete Steps 3, 4 and 5 to apply for OTS.
On Hill AFB schedule your AFOQT by contacting:
[email protected]

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