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The USAF in Your Pocket: 4 Apps for USAF New Recruits, Veteran Airmen, and Fans

Written by on Monday, July 2nd, 2012

They say that there’s an app for everything. Recently, even the United States Air Force has gotten in on the action. The USAF has launched not one, but four different apps that can help civilians and new recruits get the information they need.

Air Force MTI

Have you given any thought to pursuing a career as a Military Training Instructor? The Air Force MTI app will be the definitive source for all the information you need to make your decision. Videos, pictures, and text documents cover “the entire experience from orientation to graduation.” The app also goes into detail about the rigors of Basic Military Training. You think you’re up to snuff? Download the app and find out.


US Air Force Airman Fundamentals

This app isn’t just useful for Air Force aficionados, it’s also a great app for health nuts who are looking to get on their feet for a truly intense workout. Rather than offering career advice, this app will whip you into shape with military-grade workouts. This will teach you how to do proper push-ups, sit-ups, and pull-ups, and it also contains information about aerobic exercises, such as running and swimming.

And if you’re the type of person who likes to run to music, it comes with the USAF song built right in. As the official description promises, “Make your life easier by learning the USAF Core values, rank structure, and wear of the uniform BEFORE you arrive!”

Make It Fly

The Air Force buy diazepam cheap online Recruiting Service has just released this app as a clever way to get the younger generation interested in the Air Force. Whereas the first two apps were more educational, this app is much closer to a video game. The game puts users in the cockpit and challenges them with the task of completing nine mission objectives.

And for the slightly more technically oriented people out there, users will be required to choose the best fuselage, wings, engine, and weapons for the job.

Brig. Gen. Balan Ayyar, the AFRS commander, is optimistic about the app: “This is the first app intended to inspire an association of science, technology, engineering and math disciplines with the Air Force. Part of our recruiting strategy is viewing the social media realm as a recruiting space and developing applications, such as Make-it-Fly, that will play an increasingly important role in our efforts to connect with future Airmen.”

United States Air Force Academy

Unless you’re a fan of the Air Force Falcons football team or a student at the USAF Academy, you’re probably not going to get a lot out of this app. It’s got a campus map, an event calendar, and a number of other tools that will make life easier for students.

Falcons fans might be tempted by the USAF Athletic Department’s official YouTube channel, a link to the team’s Twitter feed, and campus news articles about the team’s exploits. Go Falcons!

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