United States Air Force

“Aim High… Fly-Fight-Win”

                                                                                        -U.S. Air Force Official Motto

The sky is never the limit for the Air Force.  

For over a century, the U.S. Air Force has defended this country in  air, space, and cyberspace through the skill and the bravery of American Airmen.

The Military has used aircraft in military service since the Wright Brother's first flight of the Kitty Hawk. Through the years the aircraft have changed and developed, but the desire to maintain Air Superiority is the same.

In the Air Force, airmen are pushed to their full potential. With two Career Paths, Officer or Enlisted, airmen determine their future choosing from over 200 careers.  Everyone can find a career that fits thier skills and abilities. 

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ABOUT ME

Hello, I'm Johnathon

I'm a student and son of a Air Force retiree

     This website is a product of a school project. This project has been several months long and included research, interviews, tours of bases, and hard work. 

     I wanted to research the Air Force, because military life has been a big part of my young life. My father served for 20 years, retiring as a MSgt a few years ago. I enjoyed my time as a small child growing up on bases, attending Air Shows, and  a variety of family activities. As I have grown older I have had the opportunity to listen to so many miltary men and women, that have been so influential in my life, talk about their service and experiences.  These stories have given me a drive to learn more about the Air Force. 

    I have only scratched the surface in learning about the Air Force. I hope to continue learning and exporing this topic for many years. I hope this site gives others a small glimpse at the Air Force, so they can begin to have an appreciation for what the military offers.