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The Air Force has always valued diversity, even calling it a military necessity. Former Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley -- who also served as the Air Force's Chief Diversity Officer -- has said that, "Across the service, we represent a broad range of diverse missions, family situations, ethnicities, faiths, races and educational backgrounds. Yet, together, this rich tapestry forms the world's finest Air Force, drawn from the best talent that America has to offer."

Air Force Materiel Command is proud that its workforce is a vital part of that tapestry.
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AFMC senior IMA speaks about "Yesterday's Struggle, Today's Heritage"

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month spotlights 'leadership, opportunity'

Retired general discusses women's roles in Air Force heritage

Women's History Month events set for March at Hill

African American health risks highlighted in Robins' Black History Observance

Tinker chaplain, commander discuss DOD's new religious accommodations policy

AFRL researcher earns 2013 Top Ten African American Male honor

Commentary - "Part of me": MLK message resonates for Eglin chief

Tinker celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Eglin civilian selected for disability award

AFSC, Tinker celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Hanscom recognizes National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Kirtland celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
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Gen. Mark A. Welsh, Air Force Chief of Staff
"The greatest strength of our Air Force is our Airmen! The greatest strength of our Airmen is their diversity! Each of them comes from a different background, a different family experience and a different social experience. Each brings a different set of skills and a unique perspective to the team. We don't just celebrate diversity...we embrace it!"

Chief Master Sgt. James A. Cody, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force
"The men and women serving in the U.S. Air Force are representative of the diversity of our nation. We value this diversity and it's one of our greatest strengths; our Airmen come together to produce an incredible team that can accomplish any mission and overcome any challenge. The uniqueness of these Airmen and the ability to leverage this uniqueness over time will ensure we remain the world's greatest Air Force."

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