Airman Update

July 1999
Airman;Jul99, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p16
Presents news briefs on the United States Air Force and its airmen as of July 1999. TRICARE health care benefits for families of mobilized reservists; Comments from Lieutenant General Philip Barbee of the Air Force Personnel Center on the Phoenix Aviator 20 Program for military pilot retention; Details on the Stop-Loss program for the suspension of normal separations and retirements in critical fields.


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