Air Force announces specific specialties for 20OT03 OTS selection board Published Feb. 12, 2020 By Air Force Recruiting Service Public Affairs JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) -- With a change in end-strength requirements and individual career field needs, the Air Force is targeting specific specialties for the upcoming 20OT03 Officer Training School selection board scheduled for May 18-22. Packages for the first civilian/military combined non-rated line officer board will be due May 1, for the May selection board that will target the following Air Force Specialty Codes: 13S - Space Operations 15W - Weather 32EXA - Architect/Architectural Engineer 32EXC - Civil Engineer 32EXE - Electrical Engineer 32EXG - General Engineer 62EXE - Electrical/Electronic Engineer Applicants will only be allowed to submit applications for these AFSCs if they meet the specific education/degree major requirements below. The only exception to these specific education requirements are for current Air Force enlisted members who hold the 1C6 AFSC. If they do, education/degree major requirements may be waived. If applying for: Degree major must be one of the following: 13S - Space Operations Aerospace Engineering Aeronautical Engineering Astronautical Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics and Communications Engineering Systems Engineering Space Systems Operations Astronomy and Astrophysics 15W - Weather Atmospheric Sciences (must meet BIP-M Standards) Meteorology (must meet BIP-M Standards) 32EXA - Architect/Architectural Engineer Architecture Architectural Engineering 32EXC - Civil Engineer Civil Engineering 32EXE - Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineering Electronics and Communications Engineering 32EXG - General Engineer Architectural Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics and Communications Engineering Environmental Engineering Environmental Health Engineering Mechanical Engineering Construction Engineering Industrial Engineering 62EXE - Electrical/Electronic Engineer Electrical Engineering Electronics and Communications Engineering The next non-rated OTS board is scheduled to occur in February 2021. However, two rated boards are scheduled for August and November of 2020. Those interested in becoming an Air Force officer are encouraged to apply for the rated boards.For more information concerning OTS and the application process, active-duty members should visit the AFRS OTS page on the Air Force Portal; civilians should contact the nearest Air Force Officer Accessions recruiter.