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  • AFIMSC seeks ideas for Innovation Rodeo

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center kicks off its second annual Innovation Rodeo with a call-for-topics campaign Nov. 1. The campaign, open through Dec. 15, gives military and civilian members of mission support groups worldwide a chance to win part of $1 million in funding and resources to implement their ideas.
  • Connectedness the key to defeating the enemy

    For the Tyndall AFB team, identifying the enemy has taken on a heightened sense of urgency since Hurricane Michael’s landfall on Oct. 10, 2018. The storm not only leveled the base, it wreaked havoc on the lives of Airmen, civilian employees and family members displaced and impacted. Since then, the struggle to recover has not only been a physical one, but increasingly mental and emotional as well. The Air Force loses more Airmen to this enemy than combat.
  • Air Force transitions all U.S. military treatment facilities to DHA administration and management

    This October, U.S.-based Air Force military treatment facilities transferred administration and management to the Defense Health Agency. Congress directed this transfer in the fiscal year 2017 National Defense Authorization Act. Establishing an integrated Military Health System will standardize health care delivery and business operations across all military treatment facilities.
  • AFRL Scholars: More than an internship

    For countless students, an internship is a necessary gateway to gain work experience and better understand the work environment they hope to enter after graduation. The Air Force Research Laboratory Scholars Program offers a unique learning opportunity that aspires to accomplish more.
  • AFMC history program recognized for excellence

    A complete overhaul of the focus, mission and vision of the Air Force Materiel Command History Office proved a complete success as they were recently named the recipients of the Air Force History and Museums Program’s Excellence in History Program Award, Major Command level, for 2019.
  • Installation commander discusses mission growth with state officials

    Members of the Utah Veterans and Military Affairs Commission gathered at the Hill Aerospace Museum Oct. 22 to discuss projected mission growth at Hill Air Force Base and how it will impact the base and surrounding communities.
  • AFLCMC to award more than $12 million during Pitch Day event in Dayton

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The  Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, working with the Dayton Development Coalition and JobsOhio will host the AFLCMC Pitch Day at Carillon Park in Dayton, Ohio  Nov. 13-14. The AFLCMC Pitch Day event is modeled after the inaugural Air Force Pitch Day which took place in March 2019, as well as
  • Murderball comes to Edwards during NDEAM

    A special demonstration event for wheelchair rugby was held at the base gym at Edwards Air Force Base, Oct. 24, to celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Wheelchair rugby, also known as murderball, is a team event closely resembling rugby, however it is played entirely in modified wheelchairs. The demonstration was spearheaded by Andrew Skinner, the founder of the Triumph Foundation.
  • Final procurements of landing systems increase warfighter readiness

    A team in the Digital Directorate here recently completed production orders of a system that vastly improves warfighters’ abilities to land in austere environments and low-visibility conditions.
  • Everyone can help with energy savings

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio Did you know from 2008 to 2030, world energy consumption is expected to increase more than 55%? Everyone can take responsibility for saving energy every day in many different ways such as:  keeping windows tightly shut at work and at home throughout the year, turning out the lights when leaving a room, and