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Submit an Air Force (AF) Form 303 Request for USAF Specialized Sports Training

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Ready to Represent? Become an Air Force Athlete

Athletes selected for specialized training participate in trial camps or departmental-level Air Force Championship events. Trial camps are short in duration, but physically demanding, mentally challenging and highly competitive. These camps can lead to final Air Force teams that advance to national, international or Armed Forces competitions. Check the new 2017 calendar.

AF Form 303 Completion Instructions:

  1. Download AF Form 303 from here.
  2. Select your SPORT from the drop down box.
  3. Page 1: fill in the highlighted fields (SSN is not required). In sections III. & IV., include awards and accolades received that pertain to the sport for which you are applying.
  4. Page 2: All signature fields must be electronically signed. Athlete completes sections V. and VI and signs. Supervisor completes and signs in section VII. Commander completes and signs in section VIII. Section IX. Is for WCAP applicants only. Fitness Center Director completes and signs in section X. Section XI. – leave blank.
  5. After obtaining appropriate signatures, athlete uploads to the MyPers website here

 
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Find some of the most commonly asked question link to FAQ about Intramurals, extramurals, sports and training camps.. Be sure to visit your installation fitness center and have a one-on-one conversation with the expert sports and fitness staff for more information on Air Force Sports programs.

   
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