Official U.S. Air Force site. Includes current news, video, photos, Airman Magazine, career information, an Air Force-wide search engine, and a comprehensive general information library. [Description from dmoz]
The US Department of the Air Force typically elects a fight-and-flight response to threats. This government agency flies and fights in air, space, and cyberspace in its defense of the US and its global interests. Part of the US Department of Defense, the Air Force consists of nine major commands, 35 field operating agencies, four direct reporting units, as well as the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard. It offers its 700,000 duty, enlisted, and civilian personnel; officers; reservists; and Air National guardsmen and women more than 380 career fields. The Air Force operates some 70 major active duty bases in 35 states and Washington, DC, and more than a dozen across Asia and Europe. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 876K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor buys from ibm.com, rents cars from Budget, and uses Zillow.
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