Hi all, I'm a current senior in college, ready to commission this coming May. I got assigned as 62E (Developmental Engineer) at Hanscom AFB (Boston!), MA. I'm still unsure if I want to just do minimum service commitment and get out or stay in at do 20+ years. Regardless, I know that at certain point in your ADAF career (O-4 to O-5 I think, please correct me if I'm wrong), a master's degree is necessary to be competitive or even necessary for your career progression. Given that I'm still unsure of my future plans, I was wondering if any of you have experience getting a master's degree (MBA specifically) during your ADAF career. I know you can get a BS master's degree to satisfy your commander/board, but I really don't want to waste that time studying something that I am not interested in. I really want to pursue an MBA, especially given that I'll be surrounded by a dozen+ incredible institutions in the greater Boston area for the foreseeable future. Does the Air Force like AD officers pursuing MBA? How can I finance my MBA? Can DOD/VA/AF help finance? Can I take an educational delay to get my MBA during AD? On-campus vs online degree pros/cons? Any additional insights you can offer I will be graduating with an electrical engineering degree. Thanks for all the help!