The Family Business
- Reaching Out. Traxinger, Adrianne // Airman;Nov2002, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p22
Reports on the prevalence of domestic violence on spouses of U.S. servicemen. News headlines of four military men killing their wives and committing suicide within a two-month period; Role of the U.S. Air Force in curbing domestic violence; Family advocacy programs to provide educational and...
- Faith, Family, Force. Seydel, Carie A. // Airman;Nov2002, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p32
Features the Aland family and their philosophy of 'Faith, family and force.' Challenges of family life presented to 1st Air Force Sean Aland, wife Terry and 11 children; Philosophy practiced in daily life of the family. INSETS: The Aland kida at a glance;Aland's force.
- For decades airmen have packed their families and hit the road, bound for new bases. Those trips have become a...Ride of Passage. Arana-Barradas, Louis A. // Airman;May99, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p16
Relates the experience of the author in cross-country trips in the United States made by his family as part of life in the United States (US) Air Force. Father as Airman for the US Air Force; Impact of the trips on the family.
- Concerns about Career Stigma by Military Parents of Children with Psychiatric Illness. Sansone, Randy A.; Matheson, V. Grace; Gaither, George A.; Logan, Nate // Military Medicine;Feb2008, Vol. 173 Issue 2, p134
Stigma is known to have deleterious effects or, individuals with psychiatric disorders as well as their family members. In this study, we examined stigma with regard to career concerns among active duty members of the Air Force with children who have psychiatric disorders. Albeit a weak...
- On the Home Front. Leon, Rebecca // Scholastic Scope;10/30/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p12
The article focuses on the void created in the lives of the children whose fathers are active-duty military personnel serving overseas.
- The Right Stuff. Margolis, Dawn // Baby Talk;Apr98, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p14
Reports the increase in the number of pilots departing from the United States Air Force as of 1996 due to family commitments.
- We are a professional force preparing for combat. Lorber, John G. // Flying Safety;Aug95, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p2
Discusses the `dues' that members of the US Air Force are expected to `pay' to keep the title of a professional air crew member. Physical and mental preparation; Thorough preflight checks; Rapid and accurate reaction to problems encountered during takeoff; Sticking to the briefed air plan;...
- There I was... // Flying Safety;Nov95, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p2
Discusses the flight mission of a United States Air Force copilot in bad weather. Experience related.
- ANGEL THUNDER 10. // Airman;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p42
Photographs of several service members of the U.S. Air Force who have rendered their services in various missions in the U.S. are presented.