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  • Nursing during the pandemic: a Q & A

    96th Medical Group perspective in honor of Nurse and Tech Week.
  • Innovative accelerator helps second cohort advance

    The second iteration of The U.S. Air Force Labs with MassChallenge program culminated in a virtual showcase on Zoom May 14.
  • Force generators train future Airmen

    To maintain the competitive edge over adversaries, the Air Force must select the best Airmen to train and educate the next generation of Airmen.
  • AFMETCAL keeps Air Force on ‘true’ path

    Precision is a word often associated with the Air Force. The ability to apply air power at any point on the globe at any time requires equipment that operates at close tolerances. 
  • AFIMSC ‘launches’ new virtual support center

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center rolled out the updated version of LAUNCH, the center’s virtual support center located on SharePoint, May 17.
  • For the Warfighter: Operational Test advances at NE21

    As Northern Edge 21 concludes, the 53rd Wing is returning home having achieved major test objectives for multiple weapons systems May 3-14, 2021. In addition to F-15EX deep end testing and B-52 long-range kill chain milestones for hypersonic weapons, the 53d Wing’s F-35s, MQ-9s, F-15Cs and F-15Es, all progressed their software, hardware, and tactics while at Northern Edge.
  • Commander’s Summit Applies CSAF Action Orders to Center Priorities

    Commanders and command chiefs from every Air Force Sustainment Center wing and complex, along with staff two-letter directors, are returning to their units with a common vision after attending the AFSC Commander’s Summit held at Headquarters AFSC, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., May 11 and 12. Using the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Action Orders as a framework, leaders discussed strategy for addressing the most pertinent issues facing the AFSC today. According to AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, the goal of the summit was to align issues, document them, and develop solutions as a unified team.
  • AEDC videographer writes fantasy fiction when not behind the camera at Arnold AFB

    If you see David Wright around Arnold Air Force Base, he’s usually toting videography equipment and lights into test cells, videoing a special event or interviewing individuals for a project he’s working.Though Wright, who has been in the role of AEDC videographer since January 2019, has mostly been working behind the lens since graduating with a
  • Continuous Evaluation program ensures secure operations

    Military personnel, government employees and contractors are subject to enrollment in Continuous Evaluation, or CE, which is an ongoing screening process to review the background of individuals tasked with sensitive duties or those eligible to access classified information.CE essentially bridges the gap between investigations necessary to maintain
  • Masks no longer required for fully vaccinated visitors at National Museum USAF

    In support of updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, fully vaccinated visitors (who are at least two weeks beyond their final dose) will no longer be required to wear masks when visiting the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force beginning May 15.Those who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear masks inside the

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