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  • 2018 AFRC Medical Award winners

    Congratulations to the following 2018 AFRC Medical Award winners:Outstanding Field Grade Officer assigned to a Reserve Medical Unit:Maj. Jennifer A. Fong, 926th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, Nellis AFB, NevadaOutstanding Company Grade Officer assigned to a Reserve Medical Unit:Capt. Matthew J. Waller, 911th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, Pittsburgh,
  • DIA director delivers Worldwide Threat Assessment

    DIA Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, Jr., along with Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and the heads of the FBI, National Security Agency, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, and CIA, briefed the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on worldwide threats facing the nation during open and closed sessions Jan. 29, on Capitol Hill.
  • US Air Force Academy advertises new enlisted academic instructor positions

    For the first time in Air Force Academy history, enlisted Airmen will be deliberately hired for faculty teaching positions. The Air Force Personnel Center began announcing Jan. 23 the need for senior noncommissioned officers to fill enlisted academic instructor positions at the school. While enlisted, Airmen have been instructing cadets for decades at the Academy, they have not been directly assigned to the Academy as accredited academic faculty instructors.
  • Federal tax law changes affect military, spouses

    Most service members and their families will see a reduction in their tax bills this year, but there are a number of changes in U.S. federal tax laws that they need to be aware of, said Army Lt. Col. Dave Dulaney, the executive director of the Pentagon’s Armed Forces Tax Council.
  • Community Action Plans impact Citizen Airmen, civilians and dependents

    Across the country, Air Force Reserve Command organizations are using their Community Action Plans to help make life better for their Reserve Citizen Airmen, Defense Department civilians and their family members.
  • Hurricane recovery support ongoing at Tyndall AFB

    Area disposition personnel are putting in extra work to help Florida's Tyndall Air Force Base make the speediest recovery possible from the devastation of Hurricane Michael.
  • Resilient leader takes command during uncertain times

    Leadership of the 44th Fighter Group changed hands in a ceremony here Jan. 12, 2019 with a landscape of F-22 Raptor aircraft and the Citizen Airmen who train daily to leverage its state of the art capabilities.Col. Mitchell Hanson, 301st Fighter Wing Commander, Naval Air Station Ft. Worth, Texas, presided over the ceremony in which Col. Matthew
  • Language Enabled Airman Program accepting cadet applications

    The Language Enabled Airman Program is accepting cadet applications until March 15. Those intending to submit applications must apply online by visiting http://www.airuniversity.af.edu/AFCLC.
  • 386th improves combat abilities with shipment of Reapers

    Recently a pair of MQ-9 Block 1 Reapers with the extended-range package were delivered to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. With a unique mission capability of being a Remotely Piloted Aircraft performing persistent attack and reconnaissance against high-value, fleeting, and time-sensitive targets, the added benefit of more flight time can only improve mission success.
  • Space Flag prepares Airmen for a real fight

    Air Force Space Command concluded its fourth iteration of the Department of Defense’s premier space exercise last month in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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