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  • 926th Wing names 4th quarter award winners

    Congratulations to the 926th Wing's 4th Quarter award winners.Airman: Senior Airman Victoria Carr, 14th Test SquadronNoncommissioned Officer: Tech. Sgt. Ryan, 429th Attack SquadronSenior Noncommissioned Officer: Master Sgt. Kimberly, 91st Attack SquadronEnlisted Instructor: Staff Sgt. Simone, 13th Reconnaissance SquadronCompany Grade Officer: Capt.
  • Space Aggressors support Red Flag 18-1

    Maj. Jake Parish, flight commander of operations with the 379th Space Readiness Squadron, listens to communications during the 527th Space Aggressors Squadron’s support of Exercise RED FLAG 18-1 operations at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Feb. 8, 2018. Red flag is the Air Force’s premier air-to-air combat training exercise, providing combat training in a degraded and operationally limited environment. The Airmen supported RF 18-1 through satellite communication signal replication to provide adversary effect. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class William Tracy)
  • Air Force Fiscal Year 2019 budget addresses great power competition

    The Air Force budget request of $156.3 billion for fiscal year 2019 builds on the progress made in 2018 to restore the readiness of the force, increase lethality, and cost-effectively modernize.
  • Military Network Access Needed for vPC

    MILITARY NETWORK ACCESS NEEDED FOR VPC: Due to recent security enhancements, customers who are attempting to access vPC from a commercial or home connection, without first connecting through a military VPN (Virtual Private Network) with a military issued computer, will be blocked. This applies to all customers regardless of myPers authentication
  • 527th SAS: Preparing warfighters now, into the future

    On the far southwest end of Schriever Air Force Base is an operations warehouse known as ‘the Barn,’ where members replicate live GPS and satellite communication electronic attacks for training service members across the world.
  • Dunford Re-Energizing Military-to-Military Relations With Thailand

    The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will seek to expand military-to-military contacts with Thailand when he meets with the nation’s defense chief, the defense minister and the prime minister in Bangkok.
  • Changes make it easier for Reservists to meet transition program requirements

    Recent policy changes are making it easier for Air Force Reservists to meet mandatory Transition Assistance Program requirements. “All Reservists on orders for 180 consecutive days or more are congressionally mandated to complete transition requirements before their orders end,” said Mandie Holovach, Air Force Reserve Command’s Transition
  • Shanahan Asks All DoD Personnel to Read, Internalize New Defense Strategy

    All Defense Department personnel need to be in alignment with the new National Defense Strategy to make the joint force more lethal and strengthen alliances, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan said.
  • Free Tax Filing Software Available to Military Members

    With the new year bringing a new tax season, Military OneSource has launched its free tax software to support military members and their families in the annual task of filing.
  • Socially acceptable: Know what to post, what not to share

    While social media is great for telling the Air Force story, keeping personnel informed and staying in touch with family and friends, it is especially important for Airmen and their families to limit personal and certain work information when posting things online.
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