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  • Sharing best practices at Enablement Days

    Members of Program Executive Office Digital are working to share their knowledge of rapid acquisition, and a recent “Enablement Day” here was one of the initial steps.
  • 23rd Air Force Marathon launches with early, dampened start

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Fireworks and rain marked the start of the 23rd annual U.S. Air Force Marathon, featuring more than 13,000 runners from all states, all ages and all ranks.The Air Force Marathon is actually a host of fitness and family events, including a 1K kid's race, a full marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K runs, with
  • U.S. and Swedish officials meet to advance joint S&T portfolio

    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Florida -- Air Force Research Laboratory commander Maj. Gen. William Cooley hosted the 23rd annual U.S.-Sweden Air Senior National Representatives forum, a meeting that provides leadership with an awareness of one another’s organizational structure, military requirements, programs and research investments. Cooley co-chaired
  • Commander shares State of the Air Force Sustainment Center message with community

    Attendees of the Sept. 5 “State of the Aerospace Industry” luncheon got a comprehensive look at the structure, purpose, opportunities and challenges of the Air Force Sustainment Center.AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland spoke about the State of the AFSC at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber event to approximately 300 aerospace professionals and
  • Airman shares story of resiliency at B-52 resiliency tactical pause

    U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein recently said in a note to commanders that suicide is an adversary killing more Airmen than any enemy on the planet.In order to address rising suicide rates in the Air Force, a resiliency tactical pause was ordered with each wing at liberty to handle the day how they felt best.  A combined B-52
  • KC-135 engineer is awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award

    TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. -- Stuart Cousineau, KC-135 Systems Program Office engineer at Tinker Air Force Base Okla., was recently awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award by Brig. Gen. John Newberry, Program Executive Officer for the Tankers Directorate.The Meritorious Civilian Service Award is the fourth highest award given to civilian
  • Wounded Warrior speaks so others can

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – As Air Force suicides trend upward, Wounded Warriors like retired Master Sgt. Adam Boccher are pleading with Airmen through their own stories to share the burden of breaking barriers before barriers break them.“I thought that if I asked for help, I would look weak. I couldn’t look weak,” said Boccher, Air
  • Air Force fields new hiring process for new first sergeants

    The Air Force has removed the first sergeant from Developmental Special Duty and implemented a new hiring process for new first sergeants.
  • Pride in the uniform

    The military has played a key role in the life of Senior Master Sgt. Calvin Speed since the day he was born, and he understands what the uniform means to himself and others across the United States. Every day he puts it on he has unconditional pride in its symbolism and the job that he does for the Air Force.
  • Roper: Air Force of the future is faster, smarter, bolder

    “To become a more competitive acquisition system, the Air Force needs to be aware of trends in technology,” Roper said. “The world is changing, we have to change with it. The key is to decide which technology will be successful and being able to act on those trends with a system that is leaner, meaner and faster than our opponents.”