PJA Mentorship

PJA Mentorship Program

PJ Association Mentorship

The PJ Association Mentorship program provides support and shares communications to all Active Duty, Guard, and USAF Reserve Pararescue teams serving around the world.

The PJA Mentorship Programs is organized by Special Tactics Units and Detachments with a minimum of one PJ Association Mentor assigned to each Pararescue unit.

 

PJA Mentorship Program Objectives

The objectives of the PJA Mentorship program are to

  • Preserve the heritage and Esprit de Corps of Pararescue by strengthening the relationship between all PJ's (past, present, and future)

 

  • Foster camaraderie between the teams and the PJ Association.

 

  • Provide an extended community and platform for all PJ's and their families.

PJA Mentor Responsibilities

The PJA Mentor responsibilities are to

  • Be the 'go to' PJA representative to their assigned team.

 

  • Be responsible for sharing news from the PJ Association to the team and provide news of the team to PJ Association.

 

  • Represent the assigned team to the PJ Association Board of Directors for any requests from the team.

 

  • Assist the PJ Association with the promotion of membership and fund raising activities

STUnit

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  • 123 STS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 26 STS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 320 STS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 321 STS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 25 STS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 38 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 48 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 57 RQS - Location, City and State to be named

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STUnit

  • 58 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 68 RQF - Location, City and State to be named
  • 31 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • Det 1 342 TRS - Location, City and State to be named
  • Det 2 342 TRS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 103 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 131 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 212 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 304 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 306 RQS - Location, City and State to be named
  • 308 RQS - Location, City and State to be named

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