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Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

Overview: Nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, and nurse practitioners are categorized as Privileged Advanced Practice Nurses. They provide professional nursing care with a scope of practice defined by federal or state agencies for their specialty. They have or are actively studying for an advanced degree in their nursing specialties and practice with a high degree of autonomy.

Position:  Officer


Specific Tasks:

  • Provide comprehensive and specialty nursing care 
  • Render direct patient care, including comprehensive health assessment, differential diagnosis, and prescribing treatment 
  • Involve the patient, family, and community in setting realistic goals to achieve desired outcomes


  • A master’s or doctoral degree in the suffixed specialty from an accredited program with specialty board certification; or
  • For award of AFSC 46Y1A/B/C/G/H/M/P, full time enrollment in an AFIT-funded or Health Profession’s Scholarship Program graduate level accredited program; or
  • For non-AFIT and non-HPSP trained APRNs, award of AFSCs 46YXX, must be approved by the Nurse Corps Development Team. 
  • Must not have permanent revocation of all privileges IAW AFI 44-119
  • Approval by the Chief Nurse


  • For those without a prior military service commission, the first step is completion of Commissioned Officer Training (COT). This 5 week course at Maxwell AFB, AL will familiarize you with military life, your role as an officer, and military healthcare.