Airman's World

Burnham, Rick; Parr, Amy; Bergmann, Ken
October 2001
Airman;Oct2001, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p12
Presents an update on the United States Air Force as of October 2001. Promotion of former commander of Air Combat Command John P. Jumper to U.S. Air Force chief of staff; Increase in the number of Air Force fatalities; Information on the 30th annual Historic Homes Tour.


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