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Air Force Reserve recruiters take enlistments online

Capt. Vallaree McArthur conducts a virtual enlistment ceremony for Brendan Frazer, who recently signed up to serve as a Cyber Warfare Journeyman

Capt. Vallaree McArthur conducts a virtual enlistment ceremony for Brendan Frazer, who recently signed up to serve as a Cyber Warfare Journeyman. (Courtesy photo)

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – (Pictured) Capt. Vallaree McArthur conducts a virtual enlistment ceremony via Skype for Brendan Frazer, who recently signed up to serve as a Cyber Warfare Journeyman.

419th Fighter Wing recruiters are now doing virtual enlistments when necessary due to COVID-19 and the Utah Governor's stay-at-home order. Since March, 22 new Citizen Airmen have joined our ranks and will head to Basic Military Training in the coming months.

The Air Force is taking a wide range of precautionary measures to protect new recruits at BMT to include medical screenings upon arrival, an initial 14-day quarantine period, social distancing throughout training, and the regular disinfection of all facilities.