I didn't really ask any questions at the office. I registered to vote, filled out the paper to take the ASVAB test (Request For Examination), tomorrow and took the pretest for it. I scored a 54 but that's just cause I accidentally clicked past the instructions to the vocab and didn't know what it was asking me to answer. And WOW it's been a long time since I've done math. I'm not good at math but I love it. I would like to get a person who can teach more of it to me. Oh and I told them all my health stuff. Did my recruiter need me to bring documents proving all of it? Hmm... She also said something about a school related program where they take 100$ a month out of your pay for your schooling? I need to ask about that again. She also told me that the Air Force has their own community colleges and that you can go to a local college and earn/keep the credits for the classes you take. Also that they pay for all the classes you take while enlisted even if the class is unrelated to your job. I know I would like to learn at least one other language (Japanese and Russian are my top two. She also said that they are in need of more Russian and Arabic speakers), I would like the learn about computers, medical field, and space related programs. When I heard about the space jobs I got all star-eyed. That'd be amazing to be a part of no matter how small the job. I was told that the Air Force works with NASA on projects. That got me excited. I read in the Airman magazine that you can learn to fly a jet even if it doesn't have anything to do with your job. I quote, "For some Airmen, flying in an aircraft has nothing to do with their job duties. But don't let that keep you from flying. Find out if your base has incentive programs to fly in military aircraft, or hop on a training or refueling flight.". That's about it. Any more advice, or if anyone knows some questions I should ask my recruiter let me know. Thank you everyone for your support and advice. I've really appreciated it!