Enlisted people desiring a commission are...Taking the LEAD

Bailey, Timothy
May 1999
Airman;May99, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p28
Focuses on the Leaders Encouraging Airman Development (LEAD) admissions program for enlisted United States (US) Air Force airmen at the US Air Force Academy. Enlisted openings in the Academy; Preparatory school for the Academy; Comparisons between enlisted basic training and basic cadet training.


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