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.
It’s a certainty that future battles will not only be fought on the battlefield but they will also be fought in Cyberspace.
That concerns Air Force commanders greatly because many Air Force weapons and command and control systems are directly … Click Here To Read the rest
The Navy has a long and storied history, and the uniforms that its sailors and commanders wear are a big part of that history.
Although the Navy has had to adapt their uniforms to changing strategic and working environments over … Click Here To Read the rest
It seems like every day in the news you hear of a corporate or government computer system that has been exposed to a cyber-attack.
These computer attacks allow intruders to gain access to sensitive information, and they can also severely … Click Here To Read the rest
Air Force Aerospace Propulsion (2A6X1) specialist test, maintain and repair the engine of an aircraft.
These individuals have the important task of making sure the engine and all of it’s systems are in superb condition for a safe flight.
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Air Force Airlift/Special Mission Aircraft Maintenance (2A5X1) ensure that aircraft are operational and ready to fly.
These individuals perform inspections, complete general maintenance and coordinate with other specialist.
It is their responsibility to make sure the aircraft general maintenance is … Click Here To Read the rest