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  • Command Interview: Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, USTRANSCOM

    Airman magazine interview with Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, commander, United States Transportation Command. Gen. Van Ovost is the 14th Commander of U.S. Transportation Command, one of 11 combatant commands in the Department of Defense. USTRANSCOM’s mission is to project and sustain military power

  • Command Interview: Dr. Julie LaRow, AF Resilience

    Dr. Julie LaRow, Ph.D., is the Acting Director and Integrated Resilience Policy Division Chief at United States Department of the Air Force.The Department of the Air Force Resilience office is dedicated to helping forces and families find the resources and support they need to succeed and thrive in

  • Airframe: MH-139A Grey Wolf

    In the age of technological modernization, vertical airlift missions provide defense, deterrence and support for the most important assets of the United States. Over time, advances in modern technology make safeguarding resources more effective and provide better aid to the Airmen accomplishing the

  • Command Interview: AF Chief Scientist Dr. Victoria Coleman

    Airman magazine interview with Chief Scientist of the United States Air Force Dr. Victoria Coleman at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. During the interview Dr. Coleman discusses the need to re-establish a sustainable and trusted microelectronics development, manufacturing, testing and supply chain

  • Inter-American Partnerships

    The Inter-American Air Forces Academy’s mission, Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, is to provide military education and training to military personnel of eligible partner nations. To accomplish this, IAAFA partners with 23 countries to teach 32 curricula to include Professional Military Education,

  • Airman Aerials 2022

    Each year, Airman Magazine creates "Airman Aerials", a photographic art gallery, to honor their efforts by featuring some of the best aerial photography from around the service in the previous 12 months.

  • AMTU Eases Medical Process

    The Airman Medical Transition Unit, or AMTU, is a program that is designed to help ease the stress and uncertainty of navigating medical care within the Air Force.

  • Airframe: HC-130J Combat King II

    The HC-130J is a fixed-wing Personnel Recovery Platform flown by rescue wings, squadrons and groups belonging to Air Combat Command, Air Education and Training Command, Air Force Reserve Command and the Air National Guard.

  • Col. Jeff Pixley: The Evolution of BMT

    Col. Jeff Pixley, commander of the 737th Training Group, discusses the ever-evolving training environment at basic military training in San Antonio, Texas.



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