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US Air Force’s Interactive Game Checks If You Have The Right Skills For Its Team
By Mikelle Leow, 05 Feb 2021
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Are you smart and alert enough to join the US Air Force?
As part of its recruiting efforts, the federal body has launched an interactive gaming experience to drill cognitive skills that Airmen are required to use every day, such as focus, composure, and reaction.
In the E.C.H.O. (Enhanced Cognitive Human Ops.) program, you’ll be led through a trio of missions by the hologram of a real Airman.
Complete these tasks, and the website will determine your cognitive strengths, help you optimize them, as well as recommend an Air Force career path based on the abilities you have demonstrated.
“While the Air Force has the most advanced technology in the world, an Airman’s cognitive skills are still the key to effectively employing that technology,” explains Air Force Recruiting Service national events chief Major Jason Wyche in a press release. “E.C.H.O. is a fun way to showcase the cognitive skill sets needed by our Airmen, while educating players on the various career fields the Air Force has to offer.”
To find out if you have the skills to join the US Air Force, play the game here.
[via US Air Force]
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