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Default Air Force Logo Narrow the scope, improve the force
Our collective failure to lead boldly and teach others to do the same has led us towards the end of our runway.
0 8/11
2017
Air Force symbol, blue chrome. The Air Force Symbol is a registered trademark (No. 2,767,190) of the USAF. Permission to use it for commercial use and advertising (free or paid) is required. The use of this trademark for commercial purposes, including reproduction on merchandise, is expressly prohibited unless the producer has a fully executed license agreement with the Air Force. Use is governed by the terms of the agreement. <a href="http://www.trademark.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-100728-052.pdf">Click here</a> to download the licensing application.  For more information contact the Air Force Trademark Licensing office at 210.395.1787 or email <a href="mailto:afpaa.hq.tl@us.af.mil">afpaa.hq.tl@us.af.mil</a>. For restrictions on use of Air Force Symbol <a href="http://www.trademark.af.mil/symbol/displaying/index.asp">visit here</a>. Look past 1947 for Air Force roots
Maybe it's a genetic thing I share with them, but I agree that Air Force history predates Sept. 18, 1947, and think we should do a better job of recognizing that. The problem is, of course, what to use as a starting date for such remembrances?
0 9/16
2014
Default Air Force Logo An Airman's thoughts on the 4th of July
This weekend, as we celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as citizens of this great nation, it's worthwhile to reflect on just how courageous the signers of the Declaration of Independence were in standing against the tyranny of their day toward the pursuit of liberty. The 56 signers were truly forward thinkers: well educated, of secure financial means, and filled with entrepreneurial spirit. Twenty-four were attorneys, 11 were businessmen and nine were farmers. Their self-determinism, independence of thought and empowered individualism, fueled the American Revolution and persists within our national culture even today.
0 7/03
2014
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