Locations

The first step to a rewarding career with the Air Force Reserve's 920th Rescue Wing is to contact one of our recruiting offices.

Flight Chief
1225 Jupiter Street
Bldg. 425, Room 1-29
Patrick AFB Fla. 32925
Commercial: 800-257-1212
FAX: (321) 494-3005

Patrick Air Force Base In-Service Recruiter
642 O'Malley Rd. Bldg. 562
Patrick AFB Fla. 32925
Commercial: (813) 781-0565

Line Recruiter/Pararescuemen Recruiting Liaison  
1270 N. Wickham Rd. Ste. 26
Melbourne, Fla. 32935/Jacksonville, Fla. 32216
Commercial: (321) 255-1754
FAX: (321) 255-1454

Line Recruiter (Kissimmee/Orlando)
1327 E. Osceola Parkway
Kissimmee, Fla. 34744
Commercial: (407) 944-4371
FAX: (407) 944-3664

Line Recruiter (Jacksonville)
8595 Beach Blvd. Ste 320-D
Jacksonville, Fla. 32216
Commercial: (904) 997-1773
FAX: (904) 997-6047

Health Professions Recruiter
8106 Condor St.
PSC Box 3500
MacDill AFB Fla. 33621
Commercial: (813) 523-8864
DSN: 968-8864
FAX: (813) 828-5206

Officer Accessions
642 O'Malley Rd. Bldg. 562
Patrick AFB, Fla. 32925
Commercial: (321) 436-1544

Senior Recruiter Welcome

Welcome to the 920th Rescue Wing Recruiting Web site.

We hope you're visiting our site
to learn more about an exciting opportunity with the
Air Force Reserve.

The 920th Rescue Wing is located an Patrick Air Force Base in
beautiful Cocoa Beach, Florida, and it and provides many
exciting opportunities to excel.

To learn more about a position with the 920th, please feel free to contact any of the recruiters on this page.



Air Force BMT

The 737th Training Group provides Air Force Basic Military Training for all enlisted people entering the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard, earning Lackland the nickname, "Gateway to the Air Force."

The Air Force receives approximately 30,000 Airmen each year from the 737th Training Group; the number varies with projected requirements. 

Following graduation, Airmen go on to technical training at Lackland or elsewhere before their first Air Force assignment. More than seven million Airmen have completed BMT since 1946.

Click the photo above to learn more about Air Force Basic Training.