November 13, 2019
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My favorite part of being a nuclear weapons technician is being elbow deep in a nuclear warhead. I love having the opportunity to work on the world’s most powerful weapon system and by proxy keep America safe. I am Staff Sergeant Aaron Hayworth and I am a nuclear weapons technician. We work on nuclear weapons […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Tiffany Winston, Emergency Medicine Physician

I have a symbiotic relationship with the Air Force. They were able to provide me with the medical training I needed to become an Emergency Medicine Physician and achieve my goals. And in turn, I serve them and the military members. I’m an Emergency Medicine Physician here at Langley Emergency Department. Emergency medicine falls under […]

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U.S. Air Force: Capt Marcus Childress, Judge Advocate (JAG)

So to achieve good order and discipline, you have to have a fair and impartial system. As a Prosecutor, that’s my only goal is to achieve justice. My name is Captain Marcus Childress, I’m the Chief of Military Justice at Robins Air Force Base, and I’m here to represent the command of the United States […]

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My name is captain Elena Arushanyan, and I work as a family nurse practitioner at Randolph Air Force Base. I’m originally from Russia. My family immigrated to the U.S. in 1995. I’ve worked as a nurse in several civilian institutions and then I joined the U.S. Air Force in 2004. I pursued the Air Force […]

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U.S. Air Force EOD Technician—What Makes EOD a Good Fit?

I think anyone looking at EOD for its technology aspect- it’s definitely worth a look because we get hands-on with a lot of things that a lot of people don’t see. EOD is a good fit for me simply because I am very mechanically oriented. I can look at something and just try to figure […]

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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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U.S. Air Force: Defenders

When your job is constant vigilance, you can’t help but see things. The Air Force started the Air police in 1947. Let me tell you: we’ve seen things. You don’t know the true meaning of being between a rock and a hard place until you realize you have no choice but to apprehend a fellow […]

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Life Of A Fighter Pilot – An F-16 Falcon Fighter Pilot Documentary

Life Of A Fighter Pilot – An F-16 Falcon Fighter Pilot Documentary

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