Airmanship 101

Neeley, Marcia
April 2000
Airman;Apr2000, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p40
Talks about the Aerospace Basic Course, an educational program designed for the United States Air Force personnel. How the course was developed; Goals and objectives of the course; Remarks from Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Legenfelder, commandant of the course on the kind of training that airmen would get from the program.


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