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  • AFRL, AEDC teams earn Laureate award

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Two groundbreaking Air Force Materiel Command teams have been recognized with the 2020 Aviation Week Network Laureate Award in the category of Defense.The Medium Scale Critical Components team has been honored in the Propulsion subcategory. Comprising researchers and technicians from the Air Force Research
  • Changes to TAP aim to better prepare Airmen post-military future

    The John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 is bringing changes to the Transition Assistance Program aimed to help service members better prepare for their future. TAP provides transitioning service members a wealth of information, skill building and counseling services to enhance their transition from military to civilian life.
  • Pump operations simulator benefits Hill Air Force Base firefighters

    The addition of a new, high-tech pump operations simulator will serve to improve the training base firefighters receive by honing their skills to respond to any number of contingencies.
  • Air Force releases 2019 chief master sergeant promotion cycle statistics

    This was the first senior noncommissioned officer promotion cycle in which the promotion board focused strictly on performance as the Air Force eliminated the requirements for promotion testing and points for decorations this past January.
  • Hill Air Force Base to host 5G testing and experimentation

    In an effort to demonstrate innovative prototypes that use commercial 5G technologies as a way to augment future military capabilities, the Department of Defense chose Hill Air Force Base and three other U.S. military bases as a testbed for 5G technology.
  • WWII Soldier’s dog tags reunited at Tinker AFB

    Seventy-five years after his aircraft was shot down by German anti-aircraft fire in the Netherlands during World War II, Tech Sgt. Orville Bruce Journey’s dog tags were finally brought back to his family.The dog tags were presented to Bruce Journey’s brother, 87-year-old Oklahoma City resident Dwight Journey, at a special presentation ceremony
  • Tips to maintain your weight through the holidays

    With the holidays fast approaching, events surrounding food will be on the rise. Whether it’s office parties, after-hour get-togethers or gatherings of family and friends, food tends to be a priority.
  • Ogden ALC units earn L-A-M-P award for safety, efficiency

    Since the establishment of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex Logistics Airmen Mastering Possibilities (L-A-M-P) award in May 2019, it has been awarded monthly to the Ogden ALC’s units and teams that have gone above and beyond in making the complex a more efficient and better place to work.
  • KC-46 undergoes WARPs testing

    One of the KC-46 Pegasus’ key features was successfully tested recently at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The Wing Aerial Refueling Pods (WARPs) were successfully tested with an AV-8B, F-18D, and F-18G. The WARPs allows the Pegasus to simultaneously refuel two aircraft at the same time which makes it a force multiplier.
  • National Test Center opens on Edwards

    The 412th Test Wing, in conjunction with the University of Phoenix, officially opened the National Test Center following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Education and Training Center on Edwards Air Force Base, California, Nov. 20.
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