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Help us shape the future of Citizen Airman magazine

  • Published
  • By Bo Joyner
  • Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command

Citizen Airman magazine needs your help. The magazine staff is looking for input as it contemplates the future of the printed version of Air Force Reserve Command’s official magazine.

“We need data,” said Col. Eric Simon, AFRC’s director of public affairs. “We’ve had a printed version of the magazine for more than 70 years and an on-line version for the last 20. We’re at a point where we need to evaluate the effectiveness of print, and want to make sure our readers' voices are heard before any decisions on the fate of print are made.”

Air Force Reservists are encouraged to scan the QR code that accompanies this story and fill out a very brief questionnaire to help shape the future of Citizen Airman. Completing the anonymous questionnaire should only take a couple of minutes.

Reservists may also access the questionnaire at: 

Whether or not the command keeps producing a hard copy of the magazine, Simon said the digital version of Citizen Airman will be enhanced into a multimedia version in the months to come. "We'll have a contemporary digital magazine with a new look and great content," he said.

Anyone with questions or concerns can e-mail or call 478-327-1771.