October 19, 2019
  • 12:51 am Professional Chefs Try To Guess Military Meals
  • 12:51 am General James M. Hutchens Military Chaplain Scholarship
  • 11:52 pm Trump Orders U.S. Troops To Withdraw From Northern Syria As Turkey Offensive Grows | Nightly News
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  • 4:52 pm Military Training Continues In Long Beach
U.S. Air Force: The First Space Jump

Space is hostile. It’s very hostile to man. Blood boils at 65,000 feet. the POSIX shelter was the first time anybody was outside of a spacecraft in a space environment. I’m Joe Kittinger I spent 29 years in the United States Air Force. Half my career was spent in research development, worked as a test […]

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Changing Directions: Becoming a U.S. Air Force Nurse

I am Captain Petra Holloway. I’m a labor and delivery nurse. I was a migrant worker growing up, I remember just being out in the field, you know, picking tomato, bell pepper. It was hard I didn’t want to work that kind of hard life for the rest of my life. One day my dad […]

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U.S. Air Force: 1st Lt Mike Fraioli, Munitions and Missile Maintenance Officer

This facility is very secure. Two layers of razor wire fence, two layers of police officers, remote-controlled machine guns on towers. I can’t imagine very many more secure places than this one. I’m 1st Lieutenant Mike Fraioli, munitions and missile maintenance officer. Growing up I had no idea that nukes needed maintenance. I had no […]

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U.S. Air Force: Future :30 Commercial

The future waits for no one. So we refuse to wait for it. We’re not just pilots and engineers. We are pioneers. Today, battles are waged in nanoseconds. Planes are piloted from the other side of the world. We turn night into day, and fly missions in space. The future’s not coming – It’s already […]

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The mission of a Cryptologic Language Analyst is to translate foreign language materials into English in order to provide that information to both tactical or national strategic decision makers like our president. Thinking about my job can be intimidating but it is also very exciting to know that such a big responsibility rests in mine […]

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U.S. Air Force: SrA Elijah Snyder, Missile Systems Maintenance

I completely enjoy it. I think it pushes me to be better. It challenges me and you need challenges to grow. I’m Senior Airman Elijah Snyder and I’m a missile systems maintenance technician. We do what it takes to get that intercontinental ballistic missile on alert. A category one is the highest level of mission […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Lamar Reece, Chaplain

This job is the mission field I think times 20 in some ways, because you’re out in different environments.You’re in all parts of the world, and you get an opportunity to come alongside some of the finest men and women that put on this uniform, and you offer hope, and you offer just encouragement, and […]

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Air Force EOD Technician—Life as an EOD Tech

It’s every little boy’s dream to blow stuff up for a living, and that’s what I got to do. When I joined deployments were what was going on, that was reality, things were very intensive, as far as people being gone constantly, and that’s what I was looking for, but with that career shift, with […]

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U.S. Air Force: SERE Specialist Training Pipeline

In order to become a SERE Specialist, the training pipeline begins here at Lackland Air Force Base. Me and my other cadre members will take them for 15 days and we’ll put them through a screening phase or an orientation phase to see if they have what it takes to be successful in the next […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Paul Fernandes, Internal Medicine Physician

When I was a kid, my uncle went into a coma, so my father at the time was a resident in internal medicine and he’s actually the one who helped discover what was wrong with him. That’s what got me inspired to be a Doctor. I’m Captain Paul Fernandes and I’m a Doctor in the […]

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