Airman's Guide

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Stackpole Books, Dec 13, 2011 - Reference - 384 pages
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Top-selling reference guide, revised and updated throughout. Covers the history and customs of the Air Force, standards of conduct, rights and restrictions for servicemembers, training and education, the promotion system, medical care, veterans benefits, and more.
 

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Contents

Service in the Air Force 51
51
Getting Ahead 141
141
Personal Affairs 233
233
Appendices 299
299
Index 355
355
About the Author 371
371
Stackpole Military Reference Library 372
372
Back Cover
373
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Boone Nicolls served in the United States Air Force in the grades of Airman Basic to Master Sergeant. His more than twenty-four years' service were predominantly in Aerospace Defense Command, Air Defense Weapons Center, Air Mobility Command, and Air Education and Training Command. He is a graduate of the USAF noncommissioned Officer Academy, Squadron Officer School, and both the Army and Air force Inspector General Schools. He and his family live in Victory, Oklahoma.

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