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There’s absolutely no universe where you can catch me as a pilot, not to even talk of being in the Air Force – maybe Vivian can; you should ask her, haha. I recall some years back, I had the luck of watching our air force do some aerial maneuvers, and OMG, it was glorious, but I’m good; I’ll watch from afar.
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Bravery, courage, balls, and boldness are a little of what those who take on the oat and join not just the Air Force but any military and security outfit have, and for just this, they deserve every support and admiration we can muster. It is an honor for these guys to wear the uniform, pledge to the Constitution and defend our lands.
These men and women are often called upon to serve our nation and, most times, pay the ultimate sacrifice. If you have someone in your life who wants to venture into the force, ready to carry the art that is our flag, wants to reside some fantastic codes and follow authority, then they deserve any of these gifts for someone going into the air force.
For the record, when I wrote a similar article, I did some research and asked some questions, and part of what I heard was, often, the camp doesn’t accept her soldiers coming with anything; they instead give them everything they’ll need, maybe you should ask your dear love one first before spending, or you could grab them something for when they are out.
Thoughtful Gifts for Someone Going into the Air Force
1. Air Force Boot Camp Survival Kit
As they prepare for boot camp, gift them a survival Kit with essentials like toiletries, snacks, and motivational notes to help them through training.
I have no idea what their camps might give them; no doubt they aren’t going to a Disney camp, so that I wouldn’t expect the best treatment; it’s military.
An ideal survival kit would include essentials like toiletries, snacks, and motivational notes, which would help them through training.
This is ideal after they graduate, though; a nice picture frame that’s obviously for the air force would be ideal. Have their picture in this frame when fully dressed in their outfit; it’s an excellent gift for someone starting in the Air Force.Available Here
A challenge coin commemorates their entry into the Air Force, a common practice amongst air service men.Available Here
It is quite an experience in every organized camp; as a soldier, I believe almost all of his life would be eventful; nevertheless, let’s focus on the camp.
Get him an excellent journal with an obvious Air Force flag, design, or symbol, and I hope he has the time to write and jot down things while in there.Available Here Available Here
For the airman, a nice flag would count as a patriotic gift to show his loyalty to the force and his honor as an airman of the USAF.Available Here
An Air Force emblem bracelet would be an awesome gift for anyone joining the outfit.Available Here
They say, “a wise man learns from his experience” I usually add, “a wiser man learns from people’s experience,” and that’s precisely what I expect from your dear friend joining the army.
A book from some of the greatest Air Force minds to ever walk this planet is a perfect gift for them, something that holds some knowledge from those who have fought for the flag would really help your receiver.Available Here
These glasses first protect their eyes, but again, it adds some style and swag to their outfits; they need that Air Force looks, and these are perfect glasses.Available Here
Arts, arts that add style and beauty to their room, must be Air Force-themed arts.Available Here
Fuel their passion and remind them of the reasons they decided to join the Air Force by gifting them some excellent Air Force related books. Check the book’s ratings and only go for those that would give them the goosebumps.Available Here Available Here
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Stephanie May is from Calgary in Canada, she’s resided in the US for over six years now and worked in a Gift Shop during college so you can count on her gift suggestions. Thank you