- Olympic Trail Trials. Greely, Jim // Airman;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p30
Provides information on the World Class Athlete Program of the United States Air Force. Advantages of the program; How the Program helps airmen who dreams to represent the country in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, New South Wales; Source of the program's funds.
- Ambassadors in Blue. Kunz, Christine L. // Airman;Jun2004, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p48
Focuses on U.S. Air Force personnel participating in the World Class Athlete Program and aspiring to become Olympic team members. Misperceptions about participants in the program; Challenges of program participants in balancing training and keeping current with their respective career fields.
- THEN & NOW. Roberts, Chuck // Airman;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p50
The article presents information about staff Sergeant Michael Mazzi in the U.S. Air Force. He wished to be part of the U.S. Olympics Bobsled team. He gave it a chance. In 1990, Technical Sergeant Mazzi was the brakeman for the U.S. world bobsledding team that won the four-man national...
- SWASHBUCKLING AIRMAN. // Ebony;Oct1962, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p76
The article presents information on work and profile of African American athlete and airman of the U.S. Air Force, David Kirkwood. Kirkwood is a member of the U. S. Modern Pentathlon Team which would participate in 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. He was an athletic champion since teenage and...
- Airman's World. // Airman;Feb2001, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p16
Presents news briefs on the United States Air Force and its airmen as of February 2001. Flight demonstration of Boeing's Joint Strike Fighter X-32A and Lockheed Martin's Joint Strike Fighter X-35A; Recognition given to the Air Force Test Pilot School-tested prototype anti-G uniform by the...
- Airman's Notebook. // Airman;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p48
Relates the experience of an airman during the Operation Iraqi Freedom in Bashur Airfield, Iraq. Excitement in performing his job; Availability of electricity, toilets and running water in the area; Interaction with the people in the area.
- We are a professional force preparing for combat. Lorber, John G. // Flying Safety;Aug95, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p2
Discusses the `dues' that members of the US Air Force are expected to `pay' to keep the title of a professional air crew member. Physical and mental preparation; Thorough preflight checks; Rapid and accurate reaction to problems encountered during takeoff; Sticking to the briefed air plan;...
- There I was... // Flying Safety;Nov95, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p2
Discusses the flight mission of a United States Air Force copilot in bad weather. Experience related.
- A view from the top. // Airman;Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p8
Presents an interview with the United States Air Force Chief of Staff concerning top issues facing the Air Force in the late 1990s. Includes a discussion on wartime readiness; Difference between aerospace expeditionary force and air expeditionary force; Improvement of the quality of life of...