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Fireworks light up Olympic Stadium in London during the opening ceremonies of the Paralympic Games Aug. 29, 2012. The Paralympics is a major international sporting event in which thousands of athletes, including wounded and injured U.S. service members, participate in a variety of sporting events. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Sean M. Worrell) The man in the arena
I want to provide you an opportunity to come to terms with your life, your career and your service. I want, for your own self-worth, and for the future of this great institution, to save your military soul. I want you to decide today, and until your last day wearing the cloth of our nation, if you are going to stand in the arena and be a doer of deeds--or just be another faceless critic jeering incessantly from the side.
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Default Air Force Logo Everyone is a winner
As we near our annual awards ceremony to recognize those that have excelled during 2017, there is nothing we enjoy more than an opportunity to recognize the outstanding team of men and women who passionately come to work, ready to execute Team BLAZE’s mission.
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Participants of an Adaptive Flight Training Study complete a pre-study questionnaire Jan. 9, 2018, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Over 30 participants were involved in the study, with 15 of those subjects wearing heart monitors to gather additional data. Researchers were at Columbus AFB for three days, with each participant flying for up to an hour, two days in a row. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) Enlisted Airmen help research results
Air Force studies have been under some scrutiny recently for using enlisted Airmen to gather data, mainly data related to pilots, and junior enlisted member’s ability to learn how to fly.
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Default Air Force Logo Why contracting matters to you
As Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 18-03 prepares to graduate, their career paths will take them farther out into the Air Force and their interactions with the many aspects of mission support will become far greater.
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Default Air Force Logo Getting to know the Key Spouse Program
The Key Spouse program is a squadron/unit commander program and as such, can be tailored to meet the needs of their individual squadrons. In general, Key Spouses are a focal point for information and support to families in their squadrons.
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