Transcript: The most used fighter jet in the Air Force.Its top speed is 439 miles an hour and its maximum range is 8 miles.It was introduced to the Air Force in March 1977.It costs the U.S Government 11,800,000 just to to buy it.The wing span is 58 inches or 18 meters. 1.military police(checkpoints) 2.security force specialist(command MP) 3.para rescue(males only)(disaster relief) 4.nuclear and missile operator(MISSILES) 5.base commander(command the plane and men) United States Air Force Honor Guard "if our Air Force is not used,we have achieved our finest goal"-General Nathan F. Twinning.The reason I used this quote is because its true our Air Force wasn't made to be used for complete destruction of our enemy's it was made to stop us from losing at all costs not to be used in every war but they have been.If we stop using them we might lose and be invaded though so they are a crucial part of the military.We have about 259,886 members Enlisted,64,934 Officers,and 324,820 Active Duty.So if you see an Air Force member go up to them and thank them like other military members but they have one of the most dangerous jobs. Air Force Jobs they are the ones who do funeral services to fallen soldiers.If the base gets invaded they help protect it with their lives.If America gets invaded they are one of the first to protect her citizens.They're drill team is one of Americas best."To Honor With Dignity" this is the code they go by. The United States Air Force has been around for 67 years its birthday is September 18 The A-10 Thunderbird II
Transcript: Joining The Air Force Step 3 Basic Training When i join the Air force first i would have to go to basic training. I would have to go to San Antonio in Texas Step 4 United States Air force You would have to take the ASVAB test and you have to have a high school diploma and a GED. you have to be a least 17 or older to join the Air force
Transcript: the united states air force was founded in September 18, 1947 by the united states congress training ranks the highest rank in the united states air force is chief or staff of air force united states air force is one of the five branches of military that helps drops bombs and help when land or at sea soldiers need help with soldier recovery the air force help ot a lot. the zero-8th week of basic training it will consist one minute push ups and sit ups and a timed 1.5 mile the men get there haircuts and the basic exercises like squats thrust and flutter kicks survival skills to clime a rope over water and to practice combat in the field and to heal wound like broken bones and cuts to open chest wounds. the air force serves for air defense when the soldiers need help or fighting other enemy planes the united states airforce history united states air force different plains what do they serve for the united states air force drops bombs when necessary(bombers) .when they have too, the plains are filled with ammo for the solders and some shoot and drop bombs and some even take injured soldiers. in this prezi i will be talking about the i, histoy training, ranks and more about the united states air force. missions
Transcript: White Graduation Brittney USAF Basic Training 8 weeks long B.E.A.S.T. week 7th week practical application CATM weapons training one day only Thursday Airmans Run Coin Ceremony Friday Parade Saturday Town Pass Sunday Religious Service
Transcript: SOURCES HISTORY HISTORY (CONTINUED) IMAGES http://www.airforce.com/learn-about/our-mission/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Air_Force http://www.defense.gov/about/ https://www.google.com/search?q=airforce&biw=1366&bih=673&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=eFLOVKfRKoewggSwj4LYCg&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ BY: CDT Mayfield, CDT Daubert CDT Pappas, CDT Stickles, CDT Wilt, CDT Wardell MISSON The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win … in air, space and cyberspace Air Force became a separate military service on September 18, 1947 The responsibility for military aviation was divided between the Army and the Navy The Air Corps became a subordinate element of the Army Air Forces on 20 June 1941, and was abolished as an administrative organization on 9 March 1942 The Army Air Forces were abolished by Transfer Order 1, Office of the Secretary of Defense, September 26, 1947 The transfer of all military and civilian personnel of the Army Air Forces to the Department of the Air Force and the USAF. The final transfer order was signed June 22, 1949. United States Air Force is the largest, most capable, and most technologically advanced air force in the world UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Transcript: It's What We Do What is the Air Force? The United States Air Force (USAF) is the aerial warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven American uniformed services. The USAF was formed as a separate branch of the military on 18 September 1947 under the National Security Act of 1947. It is the most recent branch of the U.S. military to be formed, and is the largest and one of the world's most technologically advanced air forces. The U.S. Air Force provides air support for surface forces and aids in the recovery of troops in the field. The service operates more than 5,638 aircraft, 450 ICBMs and 63 satellites. It has a $140 billion budget with 332,854 active duty personnel, 185,522 civilian personnel, 71,400 Air Force Reserve personnel, and 106,700 Air National Guard personnel Must be 17 to 39 36 on the AFQT (Armed forces qualification test) for high school graduate 65 for a GED to enlist in the Air Force Must have a GPA of at least 2.5 and take the AFOQT to receive a pilot license 58-80 inches tall and 131-250 lbs. Obscene tattoos Juanita January Carmesia Jackson Victoria Linson Isiah Jones Requirements United States Air Force Purpose Aim High.... Fly-Flight-Win Secretary: The Honorable Deborah Lee James Chief of Staff: General Mark A. Welsh III Vice Chief of Staff: General Larry O. Spencer Chief Master sergeant: CMSAF James A. Cody "Fly, fight, and win in air, space, and cyberspace". Commanders
Transcript: Salary Ranges Why am I interested in this field? I have yet to experience anything that directly pertains to my intended career. I have spoken to many people who are currently active in the military, or have been in the past. I have taken advice from them. I want to obtain a bachelor's degree in business, and I have some work experience in an office setting. I know a little bit about business management. Logistics interests me, because it is what keeps everything in motion and connected. The Air Force website [https://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/logistics-readiness-officer] describes the role of a Logistics Readiness Officer. They ensure that everything is where it needs to be and is ready to go. I want to join the military to be a part of something bigger, and to assist in operations to protect the United States. "U.S. Air Force - Mission." U.S. Air Force - Mission. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Oct. 2016. United States Air Force: Logistics Readiness Officer I am excited about my future, and I am taking every step I can to that I stay on track to reach my goals. My education is my primary focus, and I must do well in order to move forward. I look forward to continuing my education, and using my knowledge and skills in my future career field. I want a career that I know I will enjoy, and I believe the Air Force offers one in line for what I am looking for. The salary range is vast for this occupation. The salary is based on rank and time in service. [https://www.airforce.com/careers/pay-and-benefits] shows these ranges. I would start out making about $35,000 my first year. After about four years I would be making nearly $60,000 a year. "The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win in air, space, and cyberspace. Our rich history and our vision guide our Airmen as we pursue or mission with excellence and integrity to become leaders, innovators, and warriors." Why is this career a good choice for me? Introduction This career suits me because I enjoy taking on tasks that result in tangible outcomes. I love to provide help and support to others, and to take initiative. I also enjoy traveling and I hope I will have the opportunity to do so. I like being a part of something that contributes to a a greater cause. Current/Future Employment Opportunities I first learned about my career not too long ago. I have done a lot of research and decision making on what I could see myself doing for a career. I know what degree I want, but I never could quite figure out how I would apply it. I decided to look into the military and specific occupations. The Air Force offers a career that aligns with what I would be interested doing throughout my life. There are no current employment opportunities for me at the moment. In order to make this career a reality, I must first obtain my bachelor's degree. I plan to attend Ohio State to complete my degree. I might be able to go through ROTC at Ohio State to reach my goal, or I can apply for Officer Training School after graduation from Ohio State. ROTC would give me a chance to see what I can expect from my future career. How I First Learned About my Career Logistics Readiness Squadron Real-Life Experiences Summary
Transcript: The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win ... in air, space, and cyberspace. I was bored. To be honest, I was studying to be an accountant in college but I didn’t want to have a boring office job for the rest of my life. I was only going to serve for 4 years but I loved it so much I decided to stay longer, and here I am. Air Force Mission Questions Information -Founded September 18, 1947 -Over 330,000 active personnel -5,484 air crafts -63 satellites -Over 130 job opportunities Tech Sergeant Mark Banua Why shouldn’t you? The Air Force has at least one thing to offer everybody. People who seek job security, a steady paycheck, security clearances, travel opportunities all get what they want. United States Air Force What is the best part of serving? Why should I join the Air Force? Why did you join the Air Force? It’s very rewarding because you do real world missions. It is awesome to see change around the world, and we deal with saving lives. You get great leadership qualities, educational benefits, and you gain amazing networks. -38 years old -Graduated from Seton Hall University -Computer Science -14 years of service -German wife & 2 Children -Recruiter/ Cyber-Security
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