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  1. I’m new to the forums and I apologize in advance if I’m posting this on the wrong thread. Question: If you participated in and completed a U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Program were you considered a temporary enlisted member (E-1 if no prior service) of the U.S. Air Force Reserves for the duration of the program? If so how would I go about obtaining official verification? Situation: Years ago I was a member of the Civil Air Patrol/USAF Auxiliary. After several years as a CAP Officer I made application to enroll in the U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Preparatory Program through Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala. This was at the time a current and valid program that was carried out at the unit level with instruction and oversite through AFR personal. My anticipation was that it could be a way to progress to the AFR. It was during the mid-1990’s and there was a lot of down-sizing in the military at that time so an AFR commission was not available upon completion. I do however have all of my records and documentation to include application to enroll, approval, program enrollment, program testing scores, diploma and transcript. I tried contacting Air University but all I received was transcript information. I have been told that Officer Candidates or Officer Trainees are considered enlisted personal during their training and I would like to know if that is true.
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