10 Total Quotes

Air Force Quotes

Winston Churchill
The power of an air force is terrific when there is nothing to oppose it.
Winston Churchill Permalink
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We knew each other pretty good. When I came back from my time in the Air Force and we started talking, I couldn't believe how much she had grown up. She didn't talk much, but I talked a good bit and she always listened.
Tommy Walker Permalink
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I'm just excited for Air Force.
Brandon Ewing Permalink
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I don't know that we wanted Air Force, but I just want to keep playing. I want to keep playing through Saturday so we can celebrate on Sunday. I don't care if we've got to play (first-place and top-seeded) San Diego State. I just want to keep playing as the days go on.
Brandon Ewing Permalink
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I wanted something I could use in the civilian world, that would benefit me in the Air Force, and that I would feel passionate about.
Bob McCarthy Permalink
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We are very pleased with the GAO ruling. We are eager to begin work and continue to build and expand on our long-standing relationship with the Air Force.
Bob Wynne Permalink
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I don't think Congress is going to go for such big increases in troubled programs unless and until the Air Force can prove that it has got a handle on the problems with acquisition and oversight of contractors.
Theresa Hitchens Permalink
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If the Air Force is interested in participating in this program, gee, I welcome it, ... I mean, it's the Air Force, and this is an airplane.
Francis Harvey Permalink
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I don't mean to be naïve and say, 'Hey, we just want to have the best possible students on our team,' even though that is important. But I'm comfortable coaching that type of kid, and it works. Princeton has been so good, and we did well at Air Force. It's been proven for so long.
Chris Mooney Permalink
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Elizabeth Bishop
Moving from left to left, the light is heavy on the Dome, and coarse. One small lunette turns it aside and blankly stares off to the side like a big white old wall-eyed horse. On the east steps the Air Force Band in uniforms of Air Force blue is playing hard and loud, but--queer-- the music doesn't quite come through. It comes in snatches, dim then keen, then mute, and yet there is no breeze. The giant trees stand in between. I think the trees must intervene, catching the music in their leaves like gold-dust, till each big leaf sags. Unceasingly the little flags feed their limp stripes into the air, and the band's efforts vanish there. Great shades, edge over, give the music room. The gathered brasses want to go boom--boom.
Elizabeth Bishop Permalink
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