- Who's fit?... and for those who are not. Malmstrom, Frederick V. // Flying Safety;Jul97, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p23
Discusses physical fitness standards used by the US Air Force. Benefits and advantages of physical fitness measurements; Individual nature of Air Force physical fitness programs for flight crew members; Physical fitness tips.
- TECH. SGT. CHRISTOPHER WOLFF. // Airman;Apr2012, p1
The article features U.S. Air Force technical sergeant Christopher Wolff who will take part in the cycling event of the U.S. Air Force Warrior Games.
- DeLeon vs. Diabetes. Brabenec, Jim; Cheung, Lance // Airman;Apr2001, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p42
Discusses the experience of Technical Sergeant Miguel DeLeon Jr. who was medically retired from the United States Air Force because of near-blindness, a complication of his diabetes. DeLeon's philosophy in life; Psychological effects of diabetes to DeLeon.
- The `Mike' Monster. Thomson, Don C. // Flying Safety;Apr99, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p28
Addresses the inadequacy of hearing protection in the United States Air Force (USAF). Primary cause of high-frequency hearing loss; Precautions used by the pilots to prevent further hearing loss.
- `Trapped Gas Mishap' // Flying Safety;Sep95, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p28
Reports on a case of excess gas experienced by a AC-130 aircrew member. More information.
- Airmen keep fit in Alaska's 'elephant cage' Dendy, John B. // Airman;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p17
Describes a physical fitness program of airmen from the U.S. Air Force 381st Intelligence Squadron around the AN/FLR-9 circular antenna array at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska. Reason for implementing the program; Result of the program.
- Keeping them in stitches. // Airman;Spring2007, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p22
The article cites the roles of U.S. Air Force flight surgeons. Lieutenant Colonel David Alexander states that after each mission, they want to return astronauts' health to their pre-launch health. The author also discussed flight surgeons' rigid training. The Airmen also deal with life support,...
- AVOIDING THE PLAGUE OF NON-COMBAT INJURIES: SIMPLE GUIDELINES HELP KEEP AIRMEN HEALTHIER. // Airman;May/Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p22
The article presents the top 10 dangers that U.S. Air Force's Airmen face in a war zone. Poor overall health, Airmen must get their body in shape and refrain from smoking. Insect and animal bites, soldiers are prohibited from keeping pets inside an Air Base. In Iraq and Afghanistan, heat stroke...
- THE LONG HAUL. Hummel, Tyson // Flying Safety;Jun2000, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p18
Deals with fatigue and sleepiness being experienced by United States Air Force pilots. Problem with the long hours of flying; Regulations in the K-10; Information on the study done by National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center.