Air Force Careers
From the Series Careers on the Front Line
Major Mary Jennings Hegar helped fight off a group of 150 Taliban soldiers while landing a U.S. air force helicopter. Compelling real life stories in this book about careers in the air force will help you picture whether one of these jobs is for you. Learn about the many careers the air force offers and the skills needed to make you the candidate with the right stuff.
|Interest Level||Grade 5 - Grade 9|
|Reading Level||Grade 6|
|ATOS Reading Level|
|Guided Reading Level||Y|
School Library Journal, Series Made Simple
Careers in public and military service are presented in this six-part series, including jobs available in government, branches of the armed forces, police careers, undercover operations, and more. The requirements for sub-careers in each field are listed. For example, Army Careers explains that military doctors require a medical degree, and they also need additional training in the field to be successful. Long sections of text and more detailed infographics on each page make this series a good fit for more advanced readers. Age, ability, and other status identifiers are reflected in action-packed color photography. VERDICT Middle school libraries may want to consider.