Your prioritized AFSC target of opportunity “wish list” should include:
71S - Special Investigations (must specifically seek out and request this AFSC)
13D - Combat Rescue (wildcard, but go for it anyway)
32E - Civil Engineering pursuing (H - Explosive Ordnance Disposal Engineer) or (B - Readiness Engineer)
14N - Intelligence
64P - Contracting (research subject specific minimum of 24 semester credit hours, take as electives)
You “want” 71S as your first choice, but AF may “need” more potentially qualified 32EH/Bs so I recommend 2 books by Brian Castner:
- The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows
- All the Ways We Kill and Die: An Elegy for a Fallen Comrade, and the Hunt for His Killer
Gain valuable insight … deconflict any ROTC obligations to attend an FBI (or ATF) student intern program.
Yes … AF will give you an organized, positive “employment” environment to develop confidence, leadership, and critical skills or abilities. AF “culture” drives encouragement to be fit, pursue graduate education or speciality training, and stay professionally sharp.