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From the world’s most advanced aircraft to the nuts and bolts that hold them together, it’s the job of Air Force Logisticians to place people and supplies in the right place at the right time, wherever they’re needed, anywhere around the world. Together, our team of Logistics Management Specialists, Data Management Specialists, Equipment Specialists, and Inventory Management Specialists organize and deliver virtually everything needed to maintain Air Force superiority in air, space, and cyberspace.

As a Logistics PAQ Intern, you’ll work shoulder to shoulder with current Logistics Professionals on challenging and rewarding projects where you’ll make real contributions and gain invaluable real-world experience.

This is a development program where promotions and yearly salary increases are granted based upon performance and supervisory approval. Upon successful completion of the formal training plan, the PALACE Acquire Program offers a permanent position at AFCS, making it a great way to start your professional life.


Acquisition Logistics Manager | Configuration Data Management Specialist | Equipment Specialist | Foreign Disclosure Officer |Foreign Military Sales | Inventory Management Specialist | Logistics Management Specialist | Program Analyst


  • U.S. citizenship required

  • Recent graduate (within two years of completing degree) or full-time undergraduate/graduate student enrolled in an accredited college or university graduating during current semester

  • BA/MA in Logistics or business-related fields

  • GPA 2.95 or above

  • Ability to obtain Security Clearance (funded by USAF)


  • Recruitment Bonus for selected positions

  • Student Loan Repayment

  • Paid move to employment location

  • Placement into a permanent AFCS position as a Logistics Professional once the PAQ program is successfully completed

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