Airman Feature Articles

 
  • At Altitude: AF Chief Scientist Victoria Coleman

    Dr. Victoria Coleman is the Air Force chief scientist and is responsible for providing the Secretary of the Air Force, Air Force Chief of staff and Chief of Space Operations with assessments on a wide range of scientific and technical issues impacting the mission.

  • Experimental mechanical engineering

    Capt. Kavi Muraleetharan is a mechanical and aerospace developmental engineer at AFRL and was the recipient of an Edison Grant, which has funded his research in developing detonation engines.

  • Innovation in flight testing

    First Lt. Matthew Green works at the Air Force Research Laboratory Center for Rapid Innovation where his team uses simulators and flight testing equipment to quickly test and supply solutions to the Air Force’s war fighting needs.

  • Resilience: The glue of the forces

    If you want to understand how the Air Force instills resilience into every uniformed member, think back to your time at basic military training, basic cadet training, field training or officer training school. Through grit and determination, you overcame many challenges to become an Airman, and

  • Unexpected mental health challenges

    New to training Military Training Instructors, Tech. Sgt. Nigel Cotton shares the challenges he faced while acclimating to the new environment and the experience he had seeking mental health services.

  • Challenges being in a new environment

    Master Sgt. Jonathan Fiore, 149th Fighter Wing first sergeant, discusses the challenges of being in a new environment during an Innovative Readiness Training in Dayton, Tennessee.

  • At Altitude: CMSAF JoAnne Bass

    Airman magazine interview with Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne Bass covering her accomplishments, priorities and the need to increase the capabilities and resilience of Airmen for a potential future fight with peer adversaries.

  • FYSA: Bridging the Science Gap

    For your situational awareness, science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills are critical to the Department of the Air Force’s need to accelerate change. Having a diverse set of voices working on solutions is also critical.

  
 
 

 

 

 

 
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