The second youngest branch of the U.S. Armed Forces initially served as a part of the United States Army, which later got established as a separate branch of the U.S. Armed Forces on 18 September 1947. Its core mission is defined as ISTAR, which stands for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance. These army men are trained with techniques of air superiority to dominate the rivals. Their mission is to:
Fighting in the air is a whole different level of warfare and the techniques and training are overwhelming. A soldier in the fighter jet to fight the battle goes with a stone-cold heart where emotions have no role to play. It’s either do or die and for these brave warriors, they do everything in their strength to kill the rival and protect their country from being attacked. Their decisions are the toughest because they are solo on the fighter jet, coordinating with their chief. Think of that moment of how it would be when an air force officer returns from a battle alive.
The moment is more painful than of joy because of the fellow soldiers who lost their lives in the battle. Death is brutal and something that no one can imagine. To prepare for an air attack take a courageous heart and these men and women are the definitions of the word “courage” itself. When many of us get flight sickness because we are traveling to our loved ones during a holiday, think of the soldiers flying the fighter jet.
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