A few recent Air Force photos

us_air_force_logoThe Official photostreams of the branches of military service show tomorrow’s veterans at work today.  They are doing dangerous work, useful work, and humanitarian (also dangerous) work.  Will they find meaningful well-paying work commensurate with their experience and skills when they come home?  Will they be treated with dignity at a reformed VA, or will they be frustrated with the same old disrespectful system based on obfuscation and lies by employees who have little empathy? 

The Air Force stream is a favorite of mine for stunning aerial imagery.  On the site you can zoom in on the pictures to see amazing details.  


Thunderbolts set off flares Capts. Andrew Glowa, left, and William Piepenbring launch flares from two A-10C Thunderbolt IIs Aug. 18, 2014, over southern Georgia. (photo by Jamal D. Sutter.)

Wingman Day

Wingman Day Airmen from Keesler AFB, Miss., Sept. 19, 2014. The run was the kickoff event. (photo by Kemberly Groud)

training granades

Training grenades A student assigned to the 99th Ground Combat Training Squadron picks up two M-69 practice grenades during the last iteration of the M-67 fragmentation grenade training class Aug. 30, 2014, at Silver Flag Alpha, Nev. (photo by Christian Clausen.)


Line of fire Pararescuemen shoot their rifles while wearing gas masks as part of a shooting drill during the 2014 Guardian Angel Rodeo, Kirtland AFB, NM, Sept. 24, 2014. (Photo by Katie Spencer)


I see you: Airman 1st Class Ryan Neal looks down the sights of an M4 carbine during training Sept. 11, 2014, on Andersen AFB, Guam.


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2 Responses to A few recent Air Force photos

  1. RAY FRISTROM says:

    Hello nod…I talked with you yesterday and you said you had access to getting a nexus. I think this is a letter to the board in legal terms  or something like that. I have no clue what a nexus is .Can you help me with that?    ray

    • asknod says:

      Yessir. Click on my nexus bible at the top and also go to the Blogs by Subject on the right side of the blog and click on Introduction–Read these First. Report back to me when you’ve accomplished it and we’ll go from there. Of course, if your VA Attorney wants to assure you have all this, it would behoove him to do it sooner rather than later.

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