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    1. Air Force has and will continue to face a constrained fiscal environment. Despite this ongoing challenge, the expectations placed on Air Force as an organisation will not lessen. Accommodating increasing fiscal pressures involves significant change; however, failure to adapt to this change will impede the ability of Air Force to deliver capability. A crucial element in enabling Air Force to accomplish its mission without compromising its people is that of its leaders and their ability to manage

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    Air Force Cost

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    SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING AIR FORCE COSTS DURING FISCAL CONSTRAINTS 1. The topic of this paper will be on listing solid solutions for reducing Air Force costs during the current fiscal constraints and then from these choose the best way to save the Air Force money. The Air Force has a duty to the public taxpayers to be good stewards of the finances that are entrusted to it and should do everything it can to find ways to save money. This also ensures that every cent is spent towards the Air Force’s mission

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    Air Force Essay

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    My Path to The United States Air Force I always wanted to go into the military as a little kid. Now, actually being at the age of what I need to decide on what I’m going to do for my future is a little harder than I thought it was going to be. I have chose to do my project on The United States Air Force. It has always intrigued me to join the military because of my grandfather. He was in the Air Force and always told me stories about when he was in the service. I really wasn’t sure about what

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    Air Force Mechanics

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    A mechanic in the Air force is taught one certain type of job that they will learn threw years of training. There are only two types of mechanics an Air craft mechanic and ground vehicle special mechanic. When becoming a ground vehicle mechanic my job is to fix any problems on any of the basic vehicles like jeeps or caravans. When it comes to the Air craft mechanic there are many jobs that pertain to just the Air craft themselves ranging from structural maintenance

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    Command Of The Air Force

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    Gen Bruce Litchfield, Commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center states that, “Our ability to provide cost-effective readiness will determine the size of our Air Force” and that “(t)he size of our Air Force will determine our ability to fight and win the next war.” (O’Brien, 2014) The automatic and significant reductions to the Department of Defense’s budget, known as Sequestration as triggered by the Budget Control Act of 2011, has forced the US Air Force to re-engineer how it performs weapons

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    Joining The Air Force

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    joining the United States Air Force Reserves. It has helped me to set up my life for the professional career structure and enhanced my knowledge base. The intense training that I have went through helped with respect, time management, and critical decision making process. Some training schools that I have gone for in my career field. My knowledge has developed within myself through the culture of the Air Force. It has allowed me to open my mind to unique situations. The Air Force has enhanced me towards

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    1. The United States Air Force is the dominant force in the world in terms of air power. The mission is to “Fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace.” Currently, the Air Force accomplishes this mission well, taking to the sky and dominating both air and space with little opposition. However, the question remains whether the Air force can produce these same effects in the future. The purpose of this paper is to advocate that the United States Air Force is unprepared to remain the dominant

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    Air Force Adaptability

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    open minded, make decisions based on logic and not emotion, and/or have a positive outlook on circumstances that I have minimum control over. With the Air Forces’ continuously changing mission, I must have a keen ability to adapt and work outside of my comfort zone. Being able to adapt, will advance my growth as a leader and follower in the Air Force. While discussing these

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    Air Force Career Path

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    to go into the air force when I graduate from high school. The main reason I want to go into the air force is because, my agong was in the air force. I also want to join, because plains fascinate me. The way they are able to fly is fascinating. Another reason I want to join is, because the pay is good. To be specific, I want to pilot jets, because you get to drop bombs and gun people down. It would be a gamers dream. I would also like to pilot choppers. Basic pay for an air force pilot is $34,516

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    The United States Air Force, USAF, was recognized on 18 September 1947. It was on this day that air activities were reassigned from the United States Army. The mission of the USAF is to fly, fight, and win in air, space, and cyberspace. To attain this mission, the USAF has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power. That vision circles around three core competencies: developing Airmen, technology to war fighting and integrating operations. These core competencies make our six distinct capabilities

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