Visuals of 2014

Some of the best visuals of 2014 from around the Air Force

Airman Staff

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At Airman magazine, we pride ourselves on publishing the powerful imagery and videos Air Force photographers and broadcasters produce every day. These professionals travel the world, sometimes putting themselves in harm’s way, to bring you the visual story from an Airman’s perspective.

Capt. Armands Rutkis, a Joint Tactical Air Controller from the Latvian armed forces, marks a drop zone with smoke to allow a C-130 Hercules to drop simulated cargo during Operation Northern Strike

Capt. Armands Rutkis, a joint tactical air controller from the Latvian armed forces, marks a drop zone with smoke to allow a C-130 Hercules to drop simulated cargo during Operation Northern Strike 2014 near Rogers City, Mich. The C-130 is based with the 182nd Airlift Wing in Peoria, Ill. Operation Northern Strike 2014 is a joint multi-national combined arms training exercise conducted in Michigan. (U.S. Air National Guard photo/Master Sgt. Scott Thompson)

Our goal is to make you feel as close to the story as possible, being right there with Airmen training for and conducting real world operations around the globe. We want our readers to feel like they are right in the middle of basic military training, on the front lines in Afghanistan, or sitting in a pilot’s seat.

This special Year in Visuals issue is a collection of the best Air Force visuals published throughout 2014. We hope you’ll enjoy it as we remain hard at work finding, capturing and telling the Airman’s story, wherever that might take us.

F-15 Eagles fly over the wildland fires in Southern Oregon, following a routine training mission.

F-15 Eagles fly over the wildland fires in Southern Oregon, following a routine training mission. Oregon Air National Guard’s 173rd Fighter Wing is home to the premiere F-15C schoolhouse for the Air Force. (Oregon Air National Guard photo/Jim Hazeltine)

 

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