Despite the incredible work that they put into the job, the men and women keeping up the nuclear umbrella rarely see anything other than the part that they play, but their job is crucial to maintaining a nuclear deterrence policy.
About the Author
Capt. Aaron J. Bonovitch is currently serving in the Air Force as an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Codes Controller at Malmstrom AFB, Montana. In this position, he is responsible for the production, control, issue, and recovery of code components for the wing's 150 launch facilities and 15 launch control centers. Capt. Bonovitch commissioned through Air Force ROTC at Virginia Tech. He has served Active Duty for 5 years in various positions, including assistant flight commander, instructor, and evaluator. He has garnered 4,700 hours operating the Minuteman III weapon system. Capt. Bonovitch completed a master of arts in public policy: international studies from Liberty University in 2015. He has been married for 3 years to Darcy Bonovitch. They are expecting their first child in 2017.
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