||Air Force World Class Athlete
The Air Force World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) is a two-year program that provides active duty, national guard and reserve Air Force personnel the opportunity to train and compete at national and international sports competitions with the ultimate goal of selection to the United States Olympic team. The WCAP is not a developmental program; it targets athletes who have achieved world class status in their sport. Applications for the WCAP must be submitted using the Air Force Form 303, Request for USAF Specialized Sports Training. Candidate’s national ranking, ability and potential will be verified through the United States Olympic Committee’s National Governing Body of the sport. If selected, the athlete will be assigned to Headquarters Air Force Personnel Center, Services Directorate, San Antonio, Texas, with a duty location near elite coaches and/or world class training facilities. Candidates must remain competitive for a U.S Olympic team position to remain in the program, which ends with the Olympic Trials or after competing with the national team at the Olympics.
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