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  • Risk Management - the key to a safe and enjoyable summer

    The Department of the Air Force reminds Airmen and Guardians to apply sound risk management when enjoying outdoor and recreational activities with family and friends this summer. The summer focus period runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
  • WR-ALC takes paint training virtually

    Team Robins has a new tool to help aircraft painters to become more proficient.
  • B-52 parts to be used in research, modernization and innovation efforts

    A B-52H bomber, tail number 61-0009, in non-flyable status at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) here, was recently taken out of storage and is expected to be towed to the Pima Air & Space Museum off base, where its wings, fuselage, and horizontal stabilizer will be removed in order to support research and modernization efforts on the B-52 fleet.
  • Small unmanned aerial systems to augment civil engineering operations

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The Department of the Air Force is one step closer to safely and more widely integrating small unmanned aircraft systems into civil engineering operations, thanks to the Air Force GeoBase Program’s sUAS office.The office, a component of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Planning and Integration Directorate, held its first
  • Why does my kid’s school need to know we are military?

    Every year my kid’s school asks me – multiple times – if we are military. It doesn’t matter where we live, they always want to know … during registration, enrollment, and mid-semester! Why do they care? Why does it matter? Should I tell them? For the longest time, I answered “No,” because I figured it was none of their business. It turns out I was WRONG! There are at least three reasons why schools ask for military affiliation.
  • Commentary: Minuteman III program office leads innovation with new campaign

    A team comprised of Airmen from the AFNWC and Air Force Global Strike Command has taken the lead on an innovation process to deploy projects faster while eliminating delays caused by lengthy or belated engineering reviews.
  • AFRL engineer graduates from first-ever Space Test course

    KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. (AFRL) – Air Force Research Laboratory astronautical engineer is among the graduates of the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School’s inaugural Space Test Fundamentals course.Evelyn Kent was one of two civilians selected to attend the new program for space professionals, which included 15  Airmen and Guardians for the 13-week
  • The benefits of encouraging contribution among team members

    Commentary: A reflection on the AFMC Connect article "Contribute."
  • 370th Flight Test Squadron conducts air refueling operations with F-15EX Eagle II’s

    F-15EX Eagle II’s from the 40th Flight Test Squadron, 96th Test Wing, and 85th Test and Evaluation Squadron, 53rd Wing, both out of Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, fly in formation during an aerial refueling operation over Northern California, May 14. The aircraft participated in the Northern Edge 21 exercise in Alaska earlier in May. (Air Force
  • DAF releases update on telework, remote work guidance

    The DAF guidance memorandum, DoDI1035.01_DAFI 36-816 Telework Program, provides necessary clarification and expands the Department’s use of telework and remote work based on current lessons learned, pending a comprehensive review of the Department of the Air Force telework program.
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