Craig spent many years on active duty service in the Air Force stationed in such places as Okinawa, Japan and SAC Headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska. While in the military, he spent time analyzing imagery from a variety of aircraft such as the SR-71. He was also one of the first enlisted members in the Air Force to experience working with near real time satellite imagery. Craig currently resides in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and runs his own business.
The fiercest militaries in the world are nothing unless they are constantly kept supplied with their needs.
That’s what makes the job that Air Force Materiel Management personnel do so critically important.
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It’s not only speed and stealth capabilities that make the tactical and bombing aircraft in the US Air Force some of the most formidable in the world.
Much of this has to do with the armaments that they carry too.… Click Here To Read the rest
Over the years the Air Force has integrated more and more computers into its system to help it accomplish its mission.
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Just like Air Force missions and tactics change over the years, so do the building, road, runway and other physical structure requirements on bases.
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One of the Air Force’s most powerful weapons does not contain jet fuel or have any embedded explosives.
It’s the extensive array of computers that the Air Force uses to accomplish its mission.
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