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  Airman First Class - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Airman First Class (A1C) is the third enlisted rank in the United States Air Force, just above Airman and below Senior Airman.
It is a member of the Airmen Tier of the Air Force Rank Structure, with the NCO and Senior NCO tiers being above it.
An A1C is considered to be fully adjusted to military life and his or her duties focus on honing job skills.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Airman_First_Class   (155 words)

  
 Hilltop Times - Nonjudicial Punishment
A senior airman from the 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron is now aware that dropping an AGM-65 missile and causing it $185,000 damage could’ve resulted in a bad conduct discharge, reduction to airman basic, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for one year.
Although the senior airman didn’t receive the maximum punishment, the circumstances surrounding his offense warranted his reduction to airman first class, 30 days extra duty and a reprimand.
The airman first class didn’t commit aggravated assault, because he didn’t use a dangerous weapon or other means or force likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm (broken bones, serious damage to internal organs, etc.).
www.hilltoptimes.com /story.asp?edition=147&storyid=4128   (769 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
• A senior airman was reduced to airman first class, received a suspended forfeiture of $250 pay per month for two months and a reprimand for reporting late for duty.
• A senior airman was reduced to airman first class, received a suspended forfeiture of $200 pay per month for two months and a reprimand for driving under the influence.
• A senior airman was reduced to airman first class and a reprimand for wrongful use of marijuana.
www.tinkertakeoff.com /cgi-bin/NewsList.cgi?rec=3138&cat=Tinker%2BTake%2BOff   (368 words)

  
 Archives: Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
An airman first class from the 28th AMXS received an Article 15 for wrongful possession of marijuana and one specification of wrongful use of marijuana.
An airman first class from the 28th AMXS received and Article 15 for dereliction of duty, specifically failure to refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages while under the state legal drinking age of 21 and one specification of wrongful use of another's drivers license with the intent to deceive.
An airman first class from the 28th CS received an Article 15 for altering the expiration date on a visitor's pass.
www.blackhillsbandit.com /articles/2004/04/16/news/news05.txt   (1079 words)

  
 GuamPDN.com | The Pacific Edge - Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
For this misconduct, the senior airman received a suspended reduction to airman first class and a reprimand.
The airman first class received a suspended reduction to airman, forfeiture of $692 in pay per month for two months ($442 per month for two months was suspended), and 45 days extra duty (extra duty in excess of 25 days was suspended).
The final incident involved an airman first class who was disrespectful toward a superior noncommissioned officer and wrongfully exposed himself in an indecent manner while in public.
www.guampdn.com /guampublishing/pacificedge/data/EEkkklplkFJxCtjDcG.htm   (275 words)

  
 Senior Airman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Air Force promotes an Airman to Senior Airman upon a commander's recommendation after 36 months time in service and 20 months time in the grade of Airman First Class (A1C), or 28 months time in A1C, whichever comes first.
Outstanding Airmen First Class, limited to no more than 15 per cent of the total, may be promoted to Senior Airmen six months early, a competitive process called Below-the-Zone (BTZ) which normally involves going before a competitive board.
Senior Airmen are expected to attend the Airman Leadership School, which is part of the Air Force's Professional Military Education, before being promoted to Staff Sergeant.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Senior_Airman   (395 words)

  
 The Distinguished Flying Cross Society
Eagle, Kenneth W., Airman First Class, United States Air Force, is awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight as an AC-130 Gunship Aerial Gunner in Laos on 16 December 1970.
Eagle, Kenneth W., Airman first Class, United States Air Force is awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight as an AC-130 Gunship Aerial Gunner in Laos on 18 January 1971.
Eagle, Kenneth W., Airman First Class, United States Air Force is awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight as an AC-130 Gunship Aerial Gunner in Laos on 3 February 1971.
www.dfcsociety.org /citation_detail.asp?ID=803   (558 words)

  
 Electronic Code of Federal Regulations:
To be eligible for a first-class airman medical certificate, and to remain eligible for a first-class airman medical certificate, a person must meet the requirements of this subpart.
A medical certificate of the appropriate class may be issued to a person who does not meet the provisions of subparts B, C, or D of this part if that person possesses a valid Authorization and is otherwise eligible.
An airman medical certificate issued in accordance with this section shall expire no later than the end of the validity period or upon the withdrawal of the Authorization upon which it is based.
ecfr.gpoaccess.gov /cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=e69c1010919ee2c51ab487f2b199225f&rgn=div5&view=text&node=14:2.0.1.1.5&idno=14   (6090 words)

  
 John Lee Levitow, USAF Medal of Honor Receipient
Airman First Class Levitow's aircraft was struck by a hostile mortar round.
Airman First Class Levitow, though stunned by the concussion of the blast and suffering from over 40 fragment wounds in the back and legs, staggered to his feet and turned to assist the man nearest to him who had been knocked down and was bleeding heavily.
Airman First Class Levitow gallantry, his profound concern for his fellow men, and at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty, are in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Air Force, and reflect great credit upon himself and the Armed Forces of his country.
www.somf.org /moh/levitow_john_AF.htm   (465 words)

  
 Jet 48 Magazine - Weekly news at RAF Lakenheath   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
An airman first class from the 48th Component Repair Squadron was reduced to grade E-2 and given 30 days extra duty for Article 121, larceny, of a credit card belonging to another airman and Article 123, forgery, of another airman’s signature on credit card slip at local business.
An airman first class from the 48th Security Forces Squadron was reduced to grade E-1 (suspended to E-2), 20 days extra duty and forfeiture of $100 for 2 months (suspended) for Article 92, dereliction of duty, for taking caffeine pills while on the personal reliability program.
An airman first class from the 48th Security Forces Squadron was reduced to grade E-2 (suspended), 18 days extra duty and forfeiture of $100 for 2 months for Article 113, misbehavior of sentinel, for falling asleep on post.
www.lakenheath.af.mil /Jet48/2002Folders/100501/news4.htm   (443 words)

  
 William H. Pitsenbarger, recent MOH Recipient: Congressional Medal of Honor Society
AIRMAN FIRST CLASS WILLIAM H. For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.
Airman First Class Pitsenbarger distinguished himself by extreme valor on 11 April 1966 near Cam My, Republic of Vietnam, while assigned as a Pararescue Crew Member, Detachment 6, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron.
On that date, Airman Pitsenbarger was aboard a rescue helicopter responding to a call for evacuation of casualties incurred in an ongoing firefight between elements of the United States Army’s 1st Infantry Division and a sizeable enemy force approximately 35 miles east of Saigon.
www.cmohs.org /recipients/pbarger_citation.htm   (486 words)

  
 Airman First Class Elizabeth Jacobson
She is also the first female Airman killed in the line of duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Airman Jacobson joins Airman Laura A. Lucas as the first Security Forces Female Airmen to be killed in action.
Airman Lucas was killed in a non-combatant accident.
airmanjacobson.com   (725 words)

  
 Raymond Losano, Airman First Class, United States Air Force
Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano, 24, was killed April 25 during a firefight in Afghanistan near the Pakistan border.
Airman First Class Raymond Losano was a loving brother and son, a devoted father and husband, a loyal friend and a great serviceman.
Airman First Class Raymond Losano, 24, of Del Rio, Texas, died of wounds suffered on Friday while accompanying Army paratroopers behind enemy lines to call in airstrikes, the military said.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /raymond-losano.htm   (2811 words)

  
 Archives: Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Punishment consisted of suspended reduction to airman first class, forfeiture of $369 pay and a reprimand.
• An airman first class from the 28th AMXS received an Article 15 for one specification of being incapacitated for the proper performance of duty due to wrongful indulgence in liquor.
Punishment consisted of a reduction to airman basic, forfeiture of $100 pay per month for two months, 30 days restriction to base and 30 days extra duty.
www.blackhillsbandit.com /articles/2004/08/19/news/news04.txt   (703 words)

  
 Korean War 1952 - General Orders No. 235   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Airman First Class McDonald distinguished himself by heroism as a member of a crash rescue team, 6161st Air Installations Squadron, Yokota Air Base, on the evening of 18 November 1951.
Airman McDonald and his crew arrived at the scene shortly after a bomb-laden B-29 type aircraft had crashed on take-off and burst into flame.
Airman Third Class Breeding distinguished himself by heroism involving voluntary risk of his life while on duty with a crash rescue crew, 6161st Air Installations Squadron, Yokota Air Base, on the night of 18 November 1951.
www.wpafb.af.mil /museum/history/korea/go52-235.htm   (565 words)

  
 Hilltop Times Airmen court martialed for attempted drug use
The airman basic was sentenced to three months confinement, and the airman first class was sentenced to six months confinement.
An airman first class, charged with disrespect to a non-commissioned office, was reduced to the grade of airman
A senior airman, charged with being in control of a vehicle while drunk and being drunk on duty, received a suspended reduction to airman first class, forfeiture of $300 for two months of which $200 is suspended, and 45 days extra duty
www.hilltoptimes.com /archive/19991216/13.html   (282 words)

  
 James Pleiman, A1C, Air Force, Russia OH, 24Mar66 06E007 - The Virtual Wall®
On that date, Airman Pleiman was instrumental in effecting the safe and expeditious recovery of a United States Air Force RF-101 Pilot from hostile waters in the Gulf of Tonkin.
JAMES E. Airman First Class James E. Pleiman distinguished himself by gallantry in connection with military operations against an opposing armed force near Thanh Hoi, North Vietnam on 14 March 1966.
On that date, Airman Pleiman performed as a Pararescueman aboard an unarmed HU-16 aircraft which executed a hazardous open sea landing in the face of an oncoming fleet of twenty-five armed sampans and fierce opposition from nearby shore batteries and mortar emplacements to rescue two downed USAF pilots.
www.virtualwall.org /dp/PleimanJE01a.htm   (961 words)

  
 Hall of Heros
AIRMAN FIRST CLASS DARRYL G. 19 July 1966, Amn Winters was killed when the F-100 Supersabre aircraft in which he was flying as a combat cameraman crashed, presumably due to enemy ground fire, during a strafing attack against a Vietcong target 15 miles west of Saigon, Republic of Vietnam.
AIRMAN SECOND CLASS ROBERT A. 1 July 1966, Airman Saucier drowned when the F-100 aircraft on which he was flying as a combat cameraman, landed at Bien Hoa Air Base to refuel after a combat mission, ran off the runway and overturned in a water filled ditch.
AIRMAN FIRST CLASS JOHN B. 9 October 1968, Airman Stevens, an aerial observer was covering a psychological warfare speaker mission aboard an O2-B aircraft from Nha Trang Air Base when radio contact was lost.
www.600photo.gapmedia.com /Memory/memory.html   (1329 words)

  
 Operation Joint Endeavour (IFOR) Pictures
Airman First Class Steve Doner and Staff Sergeant Doug Larsan, both of the 48th Security Police Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, get ready for work in their tent, they share with nine others, in Big Guns tent city while deployed to Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia.
Airman First Class Steve Doner and Airman First Class Mathew Valentine, both of the 48th Security Police Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, leave the tent they share with nine others on their way to work at Tuzla Air Base.
Airman First Class Tim Bulger, of the 48th Security Police Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, UK, dumps out coffee that has gotten cold in front of the tent he shares with nine others in Big Guns tent city.
www.nato.int /ifor/pictures/i-960127.htm   (402 words)

  
 Air Force Times Airman of the Year
Airman First Class Andrea K. Quillen is junior in rank, but remarkable in her contributions.
As a testament to her abilities, A1C Quillen was the only Airman straight out of Technical School to be upgraded to worldwide-qualified, mission-ready loadmaster after only one overseas mission, a phenomenal achievement.
She is an outstanding example of the high standards and quality of the men and women serving in the United States Air Force.
www.airforcetimes.com /airman/archive/2002/index.html   (432 words)

  
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Airman First Class George E. Hunt distinguished himself by gallantry while participating in aerial flight as a pararescueman on an unarmed HH-3E rescue helicopter over hostile territory on 22 April 1966.
As soon as the first survivor was aboard, the helicopter proceeded to the second survivor.
Just as Airman Hunt reached the ground, the helicopter was raked by hostile fire and was forced to withdraw from the area, leaving Airman Hunt in hostile territory.
www.pjsinnam.com /Medals/SS/Hunt_SS.htm   (184 words)

  
 New England Winds - USAF Band of Liberty
Airman Matta has performed with the New England Philharmonic, Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston, North Shore Philharmonic, Cambridge Symphony, the Altoona Symphony Orchestra, the Butler Symphony Orchestra, the McKeesport Symphony Orchestra, the West Moreland Symphony Orchestra, and the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra.
Airman First Class Katherine Nettles is a native of Roanoke, Virginia and an oboist with the United States Air Force Liberty Pops, New England Winds, and Ceremonial Band.
Airman Stahl continued his musical studies at George Mason University where he performed in two honors recitals and was the 2001 concerto competition winner.
www.usafbandofliberty.com /new_england_winds.html   (901 words)

  
 Airman First Class Pitsenbarger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On that date, Airman Pitsenbarger was aboard a rescue helicopter responding to a call for evacuation of casualties incurred in an on-going firefight between elements of the United States Army's 1st Infantry Division and a sizable enemy force approximately 35 miles east of Saigon.
In the vicious fighting which followed, the American forces suffered 80 percent casualties as their perimeter was breached, and airman Pitsenbarger was finally fatally wounded.
Airman Pitsenbarger exposed himself to almost certain death by staying on the ground, and perished while saving the lives of wounded infantrymen.
thewall-usa.com /MOH/pitsenbarger.htm   (414 words)

  
 Airman Sports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Airman James Dubois III, Misawa Air Base, Japan, shocked defending champion Capt. Ellis Johnson II of Andrews Air Force Base, Md., in his first bout, outpointing him 3-2.
In the super heavyweight division, Airman 1st Class Michael McDuffie of Randolph knocked down Airman 1st Class Pete Baldacchino of Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D, twice in the first round and the referee stopped the fight.
Airman First Class Albert Villarruel of Kelly, a two-time Air Force bantamweight champ, beat Airman First Class Edgar Gaytan, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., 5-0.
www.af.mil /news/airman/1299/sports.htm   (526 words)

  
 Featured Vocalists - USAF Band of Liberty
Airman First Class James is an award winner of the NATS Vocal Competitions in Broadway and Classical styles and a winner of the Eastman School of Music Young Artist Competition.
Airman James also studied abroad in Europe as a student of the BYU London Center for Theatrical Studies in London, England.
In May 2003, Airman James enlisted in the United States Air Force and received her first assignment with the Band of Liberty at Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts.
www.usafbandofliberty.com /vocalists.html   (732 words)

  
 NFP - News: Niagara Frontier Publications salutes the men and women serving to protect our land and liberty
Air National Guard Airman First Class Jessika J. Bulera, the daughter of Julie Bulera of Grand Island and grand-daughter of Jean White of Buffalo, a 2000 graduate of Grand Island High School.
Air National Guard Airman First Class Brad R. Gildner, the son of Marc and Connie Gildner of Youngstown, a 2003 graduate of Alpha Omega Academy, Youngstown.
Air Force Airman First Class Justin H. Weackler, the son of Teresa Barrett of Ransomville, and Ken Weackler of Green Bay, Wisc., a 2003 graduate of Lewiston Porter High School.
www.wnypapers.com /news/2004/07/1_salute.htm   (1720 words)

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