Airman's World

May 2000
Airman;May2000, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p12
Presents news briefs on the United States Air Force. Aircrafts used in the Air Force's relief operations on the flood disaster in Mozambique; Features of the forced-air de-icing system developed by Air Force Research Laboratory aerospace engineers; Number of men and women sworn into the Air Force in March 2000 by Air Force Undersecretary Carol DiBattiste in New York City, New York State.


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