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PBS Reno STEM Works | Nevada Air National Guard
PBS Reno STEM Works
Nevada Air National Guard
STEM Careers the United Sates Air Force and the Nevada Air National Guard have to offer
STEM — STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. It represents an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to gathering hands-on experience and applying “real-world” knowledge. People who work in STEM fields use knowledge in science, engineering, technology, or math to understand the world around us and to solve problems.
Technician — One whose occupation requires training in a specific technical process.
Personnel — The people employed by or active in an organization, business, or service.
Airmen — An enlisted rank in the US Air Force that is above airman basic and below airman first class.
Personnelist — A colloquial name given to any person who administrates the field of personnel management.
Recruiter — One who recruits, particularly one employed to recruit others.
The HERC — A.K.A The Mighty Herc, or Mighty Hercules is a nickname used to describe the C130 cargo airplane used by the United States Air Force.
Deploy — To send soldiers, equipment, or resources to a particular place for a specific mission or operation whether it's for protecting a certain area, responding to a crisis, or carrying out important assignments.
Serve — To fulfill duties to protect and defend the country. Serving in the military involves following orders, training, and being ready to respond to various situations to keep the country secure.
Enlist — When you enlist, you commit to serving in the military, undergoing training, and following the rules and responsibilities that come with being a part of the armed forces.
Pilot — A military pilot is a specially trained person who operates aircraft like airplanes or helicopters for the military. Pilots are trained to carry out important missions, whether it's flying into action during a conflict, conducting reconnaissance, or transporting troops and supplies.
Drops — Releasing supplies or equipment from an airplane in flight. Military airplanes can drop things like food, medical supplies, or even parachuting soldiers into specific locations.
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