The U.S. Air Force Enthusiast is one of the most widely read publications at the Air Force Academy. Its success has led to some pretty amazing content for us and our readers.
The story about an airman who’s been working his butt off to complete the required tasks to qualify for his dream of serving in the U.S. Air Force is a perfect example of why we at AAFES (the American Armed Forces Exchange Service) are so committed to our mission of giving back to military families by supporting them through education.
From my home in North Carolina, I have been watching the weather forecast, checking the radar and listening to NOAA broadcasts on the radio, and I have noticed that there is a big storm coming our way!
1. U.S Air Force Ugly Christmas Sweater
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In conclusion, the U.S. Air Force has an unwritten rule that “everyone wears their ugly Christmas sweater at work.” Although it’s not a formal dress code, they usually wear them during meetings, events, and all sorts of holiday parties. And the best part? If you ever happen to go on active duty, you’re allowed to wear your ugly Christmas sweater while you’re away. So go ahead and rock that ugly Christmas sweater, you’ve earned it.