Airman's World

September 2000
Airman;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p10
Presents updates that are of concern to airmen in the United States Air Force as of September 2000. Return of the unmanned reconnaissance aircraft Predator in Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia; Overview of the history of the Prisoner of War/Missing in Action bracelet; Participation of Airman Rob DeJesus in the 2000 Sydney Olympics.


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