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School Sergeant Of The Air Force

- Good morning everyone, I am Senior Airman LaShana Muller. As an Airman of the Air Force, when you woke up this morning did you think about any of the major factors that play an important role in safeguarding the well-being of your quality of life. As you put on your uniform and laced your boots, did you think about what has been or does affect our military today. Maybe you did, maybe you didn 't. Well Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Cody thought of you. In fact, he thought about of all of his Airman as he wrote to the House Appropriations Committee, the Subcommittee on Military Construction and the Veterans Affairs....   [tags: United States Air Force, Chief Master Sergeant]

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The United States Air Force

- ... Not only is insurance helpful and important to many airmen, but so are retirement plans. An airman can retire after twenty years in the service (Retirement). Unlike the Air Force, civilians have to wait until a certain age which can range from sixty-two to seventy years, which is actually considered an early retirement (Social Security). Insurance and retirement are the most thought about when thinking about the future. The United States’ Air Force provides a sense of easiness in both areas of economic safety....   [tags: United States, Winston Churchill, air force]

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A Man and His Family in movies Air Force One and Patriot Games

- A Man and His Family in movies Air Force One and Patriot Games As soon as a man gets married and begins his family, a certain protective instinct takes over. No matter what situation presents itself, a man’s first thought is that of protecting his family from harm. The theme, although a man’s job may be very important, his main concern in life is to protect his family, is shown in both of the movies Air Force One and Patriot Games. In both movies, a man and his family encounter terrorist actions in which the man has to put his family’s lives before his own....   [tags: Air Force Patriot Games Family Essays]

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Air Force: The Military Force

- My gate changed and I run across the airport to get to the new one in time. As I pass the gate next to mine, I see a man in uniform sitting by his family. I politely walk over, greet him, and shake his hand as I say “Thank you for serving our country.” He thanks me as his eyes tear up. Sitting on the plane later, I realize he must have been about to be deployed, and leave his family. When I see a person in military uniform, I make it a point to look them in the eye, and thank them as I shake their hand....   [tags: personal experience, patriotism]

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The Army and the Air Force

- The Army and the Air Force have many similarities and differences, some of the similarities are the troop’s dedication, diversity, and patriotism, and some of the differences are the way each branch trains, their respective customs, and quality life. As a Soldier in the Army, with many friends in the Air Force, it is easy for me to see the many similarities and differences between the two military branches. Both the Army and Air Force have troops who are dedicated to both the work they do for the military, as well as the military branch they serve....   [tags: Comparing, contrasting]

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Core Values of the Air Force

- Earlier in March 2014 the senior leadership of the Air Force, to include the Secretary of the Air Force, the Chief of Staff, and the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, made a statement to all airmen. They stated that “being an Airman is more than a job, when we voluntarily raised our right hands and took an oath to support and defend the Constitution, we became members of the profession of arms”, they also said that along with our profession of arms we are given and accept a sacred trust given to us by the American people, that to be worthy of this trust we must “build our lives and shape our service on the foundation of our core values”, and that when Airmen fail to live up to our core...   [tags: responsibility, respect, integrity, ]

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My Role in the Air Force

- In this essay, I will discuss my role in the Air Force. As background, I will discuss how my values led me to select the Air Force as a career choice. In addition, I will highlight my personally significant Air Force experiences/assignments to date. Finally, I will cover what I see as my contribution to the Air Force at the “micro” and “macro” levels. Starting in high school, I liked many of the aspects the military had to offer. One thing that really drew me to the military was equality. From my perspective, the military seemed the most merit-based of work environments....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography]

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Job Dissatisfaction Of The Air Force

- Job Dissatisfaction While serving one’s country is looked highly upon and each person has their own reason to enlist into the military. What I have found since enlisting in the Air Force job dissatisfaction is a huge problem in my unit. I have just recently reached my 3-year mark that I have been assigned to this unit and since the day I reported into the unit I have encountered both types of people, enthused/content about their job and the opposite people who hate their job and want to get out as soon as possible....   [tags: Job satisfaction, Employment, Army, Armed forces]

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A Child At Edwards Air Force

- As the daughter of two Air Force veterans, my identity as a military child has propelled my ambition towards continued study in public health to serve veteran populations, specifically those who have experienced harmful exposures and injuries during their time of service. Growing up amidst other airmen, I learned that veterans have marked needs, concerns, and disease burdens that differ from the civilian population. As a child, I wanted to help persons like my parents and their fellow service members....   [tags: Health, Public health, Population health]

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The Air Force During Vietnam

- When the United States replaced the French in Vietnam, it supplemented the Vietnamese forces with American armed forces and equipment. The most influential area of the military armed forces was the Air Forces since it had the greatest effect on the war effort. Because of the state of the Vietnamese Air Force, the United States military provided the Southern Vietnamese military with the equipment they needed. Between the years of 1961 and 1965, the Air Force contingent of the Vietnamese military increased from 68 to 6,600 personnel and from a few liaison planes to 84 different types of aircraft ....   [tags: Agent Orange, Vietnam War, United States Army]

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