Ambassadors in Blue

Kunz, Christine L.
June 2004
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.


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