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Air Force Mission To fly, fight, and win…in air, space, and cyberspace.
Air Force Vision 2020 Global Vigilance, Reach, and Power
Holm Center Mission Develop the best Air Force leaders and citizens of character, dedicated to serving the nation.
AFROTC Mission Develop quality leaders for the Air Force.
Cadet Honor Code We will not lie, steal or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does.
Air Force Core Values Integrity First Service Before Self Excellence in All We Do
Air Force Birthday 18 September 1947 (National Security Act of 1947)
Air Force Core Competencies Developing Airmen Technology-to-Warfighting Integrating Operations
Air Force Core Capabilities Air and Space Superiority Global Attack Rapid Global Mobility Precision Engagement Information Superiority Agile Combat Support
Tenets of Aerospace Power Centralized Control / Decentralized Execution Flexibility / Versatility Priority Synergy Balance Concentration Persistence
Principles of War Mass Objective Security Surprise Maneuver Offensive Unity of Command Simplicity Economy of Force
Levels of Warfare Strategic Operational Tactical
Phonetic Alphabet Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India Juliet Kilo Lima Mike November Oscar Papa Quebec Romeo Sierra Tango Uniform Victor Whiskey X-Ray Yankee Zulu
Seven Basic Responses Yes, Sir/Ma’am. No, Sir/Ma’am. Sir/Ma’am, I do not know. Sir/Ma’am, I do not understand. Sir/Ma’am, may I ask a question? Sir/Ma’am, may I make a statement? No excuse, Sir/Ma’am.
Article I of the Code of Conduct I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense.
Article II of the Code of Conduct I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.
Article III of the Code of Conduct If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy.
Article IV of the Code of Conduct(Part I) If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information nor take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades.
Article IV of the Code of Conduct (Part II) If I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.
Article V of the Code of Conduct(Part I) When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give name, rank, service number, and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability.
Article V of the Code of Conduct(Part II) I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.
Article VI of the Code of Conduct I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America.
Airman's Creed Stanza I I am an American Airman. I am a Warrior. I have answered my nation’s call.
Airman's Creed Stanza II I am an American Airman. My mission is to fly, fight, and win. I am faithful to a proud heritage, A tradition of honor, And a legacy of valor
Airman's Creed Stanza III I am an American Airman Guardian of freedom and justice, My nation’s sword and shield, Its sentry and avenger. I defend my country with my life.
Airman's Creed Stanza IV I am an American Airman: Wingman, Leader, Warrior. I will never leave an Airman behind. I will never falter, And I will not fail.
Oath of Office (Part I) I, [Full Name], having been appointed a [Rank] in the United States Air Force, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;
Oath of Office (Part II) that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
Oath of Office (Part III) that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter. So help me God.
Chain of Command (1-4) (1) President: The Honorable Barack H. Obama (2) Secretary of Defense: The Honorable Leon E. Panetta (3) Secretary of the Air Force: The Honorable Michael B. Donley (4) Chief of Staff of the Air Force: Gen Mark A. Welsh III
Chain of Command (5-7) (5) Commander, Air Education and Training Command: Gen Edward A. Rice Jr. (6) Commander, Air University: Lt Gen David S. Fadok (7) Commander, Holm Center: Brig Gen Robert D. Thomas
Chain of Command (8-9) (8) Commander, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps: Col Jefferson S. Dunn (9) Commander, AFROTC Northeast Region: Col Steven A. Estock
Important Personnel Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force: CMSAF James A. Roy Secretary of State: The Honorable Hillary R. Clinton
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin E. Dempsey
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm James A. Winnefield, Jr
Chief of Staff of the Army Gen Raymond T. Odierno
Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen James F. Amos
Chief of Naval Operations Adm Jonathan W. Greenert
Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen Mark A. Welsh III
Chief of the National Guard Bureau Gen Craig R. McKinley
Officer Ranks (US Air Force, US Army, US Marine Corps) O-1 Second Lieutenant O-2 First Lieutenant O-3 Captain O-4 Major O-5 Lieutenant Colonel O-6 Colonel O-7 Brigadier General O-8 Major General O-9 Lieutenant General O-10 General
Officer Ranks (US Navy, US Coast Guard) O-1 Ensign O-2 Lieutenant Junior Grade O-3 Lieutenant O-4 Lieutenant Commander O-5 Commander O-6 Captain O-7 Rear Admiral Lower Half O-8 Rear Admiral Upper Half O-9 Vice Admiral O-10 Admiral
Air Force Enlisted Ranks E-1 Airman Basic E-2 Airman E-3 Airman First Class E-4 Senior Airman E-5 Staff Sergeant E-6 Technical Sergeant E-7 Master Sergeant E-8 Senior Master Sergeant E-9 Chief Master Sergeant E-9 Command Chief Master Sergeant E-9 Chief Master Sergeant o
US Navy/US Coast Guard Enlisted Ranks E-1 Seaman Recruit E-2 Seaman Apprentice E-3 Seaman E-4 Petty Officer Third Class E-5 Petty Officer Second Class E-6 Petty Officer First Class E-7 Chief Petty Officer E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer E-9 Master Chief Petty Officer
Marine Corps Enlisted Ranks E-1 Private E-2 Private First Class E-3 Lance Corporal E-4 Corporal E-5 Sergeant E-6 Staff Sergeant E-7 Gunnery Sergeant E-8 Master Sergeant E-9 Master Gunnery Sergeant E-9 Sergeant Major E-9 Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
US Army Enlisted Ranks E-1 Private E-2 Private E-3 Private First Class E-4 Corporal Specialist E-5 Sergeant E-6 Staff Sergeant E-7 First Sergeant E-8 Master Sergeant E-9 Sergeant Major E-9 Command Sergeant Major E-9 Sergeant Major of the Army
US Air Force Major Commands Air Combat Command Air Education and Training Command Air Force Global Strike Command Air Force Materiel Command Air Force Reserve Command Air Force Space Command Air Force Spec Op Command Air Mobility Command Pacific Air Forces US Air Forces in
Air Combat Command Langly-Eustis Joint Forces Base, VA
Air Education and Training Command Randolph AFB, TX
Air Force Global Strike Command Barksdale AFB, LA
Air Force Materiel Command Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Air Force Reserve Command Robins AFB, GA
Air Force Space Command Peterson AFB, CO
Air Force Special Operations Command Hurlburt Field, FL
Air Mobility Command Scott AFB, IL
Pacific Air Forces Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam, HI
United States Air Forces in Europe Ramstein Air Base, GER
First Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington
First Female General General Gene Holmes
First Female Commissioned through AFROTC Jane Leslie Holley
First Chief of Staff of the Air Force General Carl A. Spaatz
First Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force CMSAF Paul W. Airey
Attack Aircraft A-10 Thunderbolt II AC-130H/U Spectre/Spooky
Bombers B-1B Lancer B-2 Spirit B-52 Stratofortress
Cargo Aircraft C-5 Galaxy C-12 Huron C-17 Globemaster III C-21 Gulfstream C-130 Hercules
Electric Aircraft E-3 Sentry (AWACS) E-4B Nightwatch E-8C Joint STARS
Fighters F-15 Eagle F-15E Strike Eagle F-16 Fighting Falcon F-22 Raptor F-35 Lightning II
Tankers KC-10 Extender KC-135 Stratotanker MC-130E/H Combat Talon RC-135 Rivet Joint
Trainer Aircraft T-1A Jayhawk T-6A Texan II T-38 Talon
Miscelaneous U-2S Dragon Lady VC-25 Air Force One
Remotely Piloted Aircraft MQ-1B Predator MQ-9 Reaper RQ-4 Global Hawk RQ-170 Sentinel
Helicopters UH-1N Iroquois / Huey HH-60G Pave Hawk CV-22 Osprey
Prefixes (A-P) A: Attack B: Bomber C: Cargo E: Electronic F: Fighter H: Helicopter K: Tanker L: Cold-Weather L: Laser M: Multirole O: Observation P: Maritime Patrol
Prefixes (Q-Z) Q: Unmanned R: Reconnaissance S: Antisubmarine T: Trainer U: Utility V: Vertical V: Staff Transport W: Weather X: Experimental Y: Prototype Z: Lighter-than-air
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