Loans for Air Force
As an Airmen in the United States Air Force, you understand the commitment it takes to aim high and achieve success in military life. But somehow, financial challenges can happen to anyone at any time and throw your budget into a tailspin. A personal loan could be the answer to an unexpected emergency or those bills that just won’t go away.
Pioneer has a long history of supporting the financial needs of the men and women of the USAF and we’re committed to helping you receive the credit and respect you deserve when applying for a personal loan. We get your unique lifestyle and offer access to responsible credit for all Air Force ranks.
- Loans from $500 to $10,000
- Secure and confidential online application
- Competitive rates
- Fixed terms and affordable payments
- Fast access to your money
- Military Lending Act compliant
Military Loans for United States Air Force
$500 to $10,000
Safe and secure
No hidden fees
Why Pioneer Military Credit for Air Force Loans
Pioneer has a long history of supporting members of the Air Force. We understand your unique lifestyle and offer financial services to help you through. Whether it’s access to an affordable personal loan or free financial education, you can rely on Pioneer Military Credit.
Air Force Loan for Life’s Surprises
If life in the Air Force has you experiencing financial challenges and budget shortfalls, consider a personal loan through Pioneer Military Credit. No matter the reason for the loan, we’re here for you.
- Auto repairs
- PCS moving expenses
- New military uniforms
- Vacation and travel
- Home improvement
- Paying unexpected bills
Available for all Air Force Enlisted and Officer Ranks
Air Force loans through Pioneer Military Credit are a good fit for active duty Air Force enlisted ranks, including Airman Basic, Airman, Airman First Class, Senior Airman, Staff Sergeant, Technical Sergeant, Master Sergeant, First Sergeant, Senior Master Sergeant, and other senior enlisted. Commissioned Officers can also take advantage of the speed, security, and convenience of Air Force loans through Pioneer.
Members of the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserves are eligible to apply when they are called up to full-time active duty status (AGR). Pioneer Military Credit will soon be accepting applications from airmen who are Career Retired (20+ years of service).
Serving Airmen from Across US Air Force Bases
Pioneer Military Credit offers a user-friendly online application for United States Airmen located anywhere in the world. You can apply with ease 24/7/365 from a computer or mobile device.
- Lackland Air Force Base, TX
- Nellis Air Force Base, NV
- Eglin Air Force Base, FL
- Hurlburt Field, FL
- Langley Air Force Base, VA
- Travis Air Force Base, CA
- Offutt Air Force Base, NE
- Sheppard Air Force Base, TX
- Tinker Air Force Base, OK
- Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, AZ
- MacDill Air Force Base, FL
- Minot Air Force Base, ND
- Shaw Air Force Base, SC
- Elmendorf Air Force Base, AK
- Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
- Hickam Air Force Base, HI
- And other Air Force bases…
State of legal residence could impact eligibility to apply.
Questions about Air Force Loans
All active duty men and women of the USAF are eligible to apply for loans through Pioneer Military Credit. Members of the Air Force Reserves and Air National Guard are also eligible to apply when called up to full-time active service under Title 10 or Title 32. Career retired Air Force personnel (20+ years of service) will soon be able to apply. Visit our Retired Military Loans page for more information.
All loans offered through Pioneer Military Credit are 100% Military Lending Act compliant. If you are a covered borrower (active duty Air Force or spouse/dependent of active duty Air Force), only seek personal loans from lenders that follow the DoD regulations for lending to military personnel.
The Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) offers financial assistance to Airmen and Air Force families for emergency situations. The AFAS Falcon Loan allows for quick support when time and resources are limited. AFAS Standard Assistance can be in the form of a no-interest loan, a grant, or a combination of the two. It’s always smart to explore DoD-sponsored loan programs to see if they are a good fit for you.
Air Force Success Story
Thank you so much! I was able to consolidate my bills, and now I will be debt free.