March 30, 2020
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U.S. Air Force: 1st Lt Shauna Ricci, Nurse

My name is Lieutenant Shauna Ricci. I am a pediatric inpatient nurse at San Antonio Military Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. As an enlisted flyer, I had hit the pinnacle of what I could do and I had wonderful supervisors who sat down with me and helped me to see the different paths that […]

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It’s one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done in my life, is to be part of a team of people that takes care of the active duty personnel that are serving our country and their dependents. I just, I love the people that I work with and I just, I love it, it’s […]

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I grew up as a son of a pilot, so I kind of always saw that camaraderie and kind of that lifestyle and so I think I’d always envisioned myself serving, but the practical reasons and career-specific reasons developed over time and I started to see that, wow this would be a really good option […]

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U.S. Air Force: HH-60 Pave Hawk Pilot

My name is Joshua Irvine, I’m a captain and I fly the H-60 Pave Hawk. Our primary job is combat search and rescue. This feels a lot like what you think of as a kid when you dream about flying an aircraft, actually going out there and grabbing all the controls and making it do […]

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What’s different about somebody once they’ve graduated officer training? You get out of it what you put into it, and we expect you to put it in a hundred percent. After you’ve proven yourself and you’ve demonstrated that you’ve incorporated those skill sets, we’re looking to transition you and get you ready for life in […]

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U.S. Air Force Commissioned Officer Training / Phase 02: Development

The Orientation Phase was their introduction to the Air Force. Very basics of teamwork. And the development phase is them applying those lessons that they’ve learned about teamwork and starting to slowly become leaders. So the development phase includes something like Project X. And Project X, it’s an obstacle course and there’s about 22 obstacles […]

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I went to college and I got out and I was succeeding but I didn’t like what I did, but I can honestly say I get up every morning excited to go to work. My name is Staff Sergeant Joshua Craig and I’m a missile and space system electronic maintenance technician. The cruise missile plate […]

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I’m staff sergeant Christy Machado from Deltona, Florida. I’m an aerial photographer. That basically means that any of the pictures you’ve ever seen in the Thunderbirds flying around, doing what they do, this is where it’s taken. You don’t have to be a photographer to join the military and be a photographer. They’ll train you, […]

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It’s pretty exciting to see your name signed for 10 nuclear missiles. Every time I see it, it’s a very humbling experience. I am 2nd Lieutenant Enrique Villegas-Gonzales and I am a nuclear and missile operations officer. I am 1st Lieutenant Wess Griffith and I’m a nuclear and missile operations officer. We are responsible for […]

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U.S. Air Force: BMT / CBRNE Chamber Training (Week 4)

The CBRNE training is probably one of the most popular with the trainees. This is the time that they get to go out and test in their gas masks. They can go into the gas chamber, take their gas masks off, and they have to see what it’s like. You’re gonna experience a gas that’s […]

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