JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas— Calling all storytellers! Air Force officials are offering Airmen the chance to create their own recruiting video through the We Are Airmen 2018 Recruiting Video Contest.
Now is your chance to showcase your creativity and pride to be an Airman in the United States Air Force! If you were a civilian thinking about joining the military, what kind of commercial would make you want to become an Airman?
“Nobody knows the ins and outs of the Air Force like our Airmen do,” said Chief Master Sgt. Julie Gudgel, command chief of Air Education and Training Command. “In my tenure, I have met some of the brightest and most passionate Airmen who I know have the creativity and pride to deliver amazing videos for this contest. This is the perfect opportunity to tell your Air Force experience and help recruit and excite the next generation of Airmen in the process!”
The selected finalists’ videos will be shown to the judges. Judges are Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright.
The top videos will be shown at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Md., Sept.17-19. Finalists will be flown to Washington, D.C., with free admission to the AFA Conference. The winning video will be announced during one of the conference’s senior leader keynote addresses.
Additionally, the winner of the competition will have the opportunity to work with Air Force Recruiting Service to shadow a professional marketing crew and witness firsthand how an official recruiting commercial is produced!
• You have full creative control for the style, tone and content in the video! Please keep in mind that this video is intended to attract future Airmen into making the decision to join the U.S Air Force.
• The video should be formatted as a .WMV/MP4 file and should be around 30 seconds, but no more than 60 seconds.
• Only one submission per person. Videos can be submitted on behalf of an entire unit (e.g. Flight, Squadron, Group, Shop, etc.).
• Guarantee no OPSEC or PII issues or violations. If as the submitter you have OPSEC concerns or questions, you should provide your video to your local public affairs office and your chain of command before submission.
For more information on the contest, please click here