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Release date- 24072019 - JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas - Air Force officials have selected the service's top enlisted members, naming the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2019.
Speaking at the occasion, the Air Chief said PAF had always focused on imparting quality training to the airmen, who were considered to be the backbone of PAF human resource, a news release said.
The air chief said PAF always focused on imparting quality training to airmen, who were considered the backbone of PAF's human resource.
'It was a momentous occasion in the history of Pakistan Air Force, as the air chief laid the foundation stone of PAF Airmen Academy,' said a statement issued by the PAF.
When we take care of our Airmen, they take care of the mission.
The redesigned CoL will change our model from a production-centered approach into an agile learner-centered model that can reach Airmen at the place and time of their choosing.
For this reason, supervisors, commanders, first sergeants, and peers need to get to know their Airmen more personally because they're the ones Airmen should feel comfortable turning to for help.
That AOC there, with all those amazing Airmen, every day do things from airlift operation to the defense of the homeland.
Across the board, Airmen contributed magnificently in the past dozen years around the globe.
Airmen who took part in air operations against former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi are now eligible for the Air and Space Campaign Medal.
Air Force Sergeants Association Professional Airmen's Conference, Jacksonville, Fla., Aug.
Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II.
THE pistol used by the suspect in the killing of two US airmen at Frankfurt airport jammed during the attack, preventing further deaths, German investigators said last night.
Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.