April 8, 2020
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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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My name is Major Jakub Pietrowski. I’m an oral surgeon stationed at Lackland Air Force Base and I hail from Huntington Beach, California. The path that brought me to be an oral surgeon here in the Air Force started in dental school. There was pamphlets put out by the Air Force recruiter and during the […]

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U.S. Air Force: Lt Col Kirk Rowe, Psychologist

I grew up in South Lyon, Michigan about 15 miles north of Ann Arbor. 1987, I was in a class talking about the brain and they were specifically talking about vision and how vision works. I started thinking about this neuro-psychology thing. I met my wife at graduate school at University of North Texas, then […]

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U.S. Air Force: Maj Paul Puchta, Physician

I grew up in Warsaw, Poland, continued through medical studies while working in laparoscopic surgery. I was offered a research position in the United States. After 9/11, the Air Force was looking for foreign-born physicians to fill up international health positions. Where at that time we’re building coalitions with our Eastern European partners. I interviewed […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Zarah Davis, Social Worker

I was a clinical social worker for a local hospice agency. I was also a clinical social worker working for a local home health agency. I wanted to join the Air Force because I wanted to hone more in on my clinical skills, be able to focus more on anxiety, depression, PTSD, more mental health […]

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I’d known since a young age that I wanted to be a physician. My father is a retired physician. Because he was in the military, he encouraged me to be in the military as well and to look at going to the military medical school, the Uniformed Services University. When I finished residency, I had […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Sarah Wheeler, Dentist

I really knew in high school I wanted to be a dentist. My father is a dentist, I grew up going with him to the dental office. It wasn’t until I arrived at dental school, Creighton University, that Air Force kind of came onto my radar. A lot of their staff is retired Colonels. Many […]

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U.S. Air Force: Life as an Air Force Physician

Practicing medicine in the United States Air Force is very rewarding. You’re taking care of a very special population of people who have served their country or are family members of people who have served their country. For me, the most interesting part about this job is not necessarily what happens in the clinic but […]

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U.S. Air Force: Lt Col Jon Johnson, Physician

I went to the Air Force Academy and after that, I went to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, where I got my medical degree. Got a residency in Family Practice and then after completing a master’s in public health, I went to another residency in aerospace medicine and then got a residency […]

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U.S. Air Force: Lt Col Tony Waldroup, Physician

I was a family practice physician in a rural community health center. I was also in the Air National Guard at the time. Working one day in my private practice, I got a call from the National Guard Bureau and they were looking for a flight surgeon to support the war effort at the time. […]

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