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Newest Airman magazine edition hits newsstands

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The March/April issue of Airman magazine is now available to download and viewable through a Web browser.

Our cover story, titled “Lightning Strike,” features the F-35A Lightning II, the Air Force’s newest multi-role aircraft. With its highly advanced stealth capabilities, pilots can operate in heavily defended airspace environments.

Also in this issue, you’ll find a story titled “Rolling Thunder, which celebrates the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds’ 60 years of displaying the pride and professionalism of Airmen to people around the world. Accompanying both features are stories showcasing the dedication and skills of each aircraft’s enlisted maintainers.

Read more stories from “Around the Air Force,” and download Airman magazine’s March/April issue for your tablet here:

Airman magazine provides interactive experience for tablet readers and a limited interactive version is viewable in Web browser format. Click here to read this issue on your PC/Mac.

For more stories, visit Airman Online, the website for the official magazine of the United States Air Force.