HomeNews

News Search

Command News

Results:
Tag: Airman
Clear
  • 412th Test Wing Security Forces Squadron ramps up augmentation force training

    During a time of reduced manning levels when mission-essential personnel are the only ones allowed to work on Edwards Air Force Base due to the COVID-19 pandemic, units are coming up with unique, unconventional or alternative ways to continue with the mission and maintain a steady state as a force in readiness.
  • 419th Fighter Wing hosts F-35 virtual field trip

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – With closures at schools across the nation due to COVID-19, the 419th Fighter Wing invited students to use their computers or cellphones to “visit” here for a virtual field trip today to see the Air Force’s newest fighter, the F-35 Lightning II.Col. Brian Silkey, the wing’s vice commander and longtime fighter pilot,
  • Hill Airman Finds Solace in Cars

    Pantera plays faintly in the background as metal clangs against metal. A dim shop light paints the bare drywall and Brandon can see his breath, even with the garage door shut. “The stress relief of tuning out the world and turning wrenches is unlike anything else,” said Staff Sgt. Brandon Bunn, a 388th Maintenance Group quality assurance inspector.
  • Breeze goes green

    As part of the 96th Test Wing’s innovation initiative, environmentally-friendly, reusable green carry-out food containers are now available to eligible Breeze Dining Facility patrons.
  • 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.
  • Hiring event expedites employment

    More than 200 job seekers attended a research, development, test and engineering field hiring event at the University of Florida Research Engineering and Education Facility Aug. 27-28.
  • Arnold engineer recounts how he overcame homelessness

    Although Robert Duff is still settling into his new job at Arnold Air Force Base, he is eager to see what opportunities await him.“I’m really excited to start wrapping my mind around new challenges,” he said. “It excites me and inspires me.”Taking on challenges is nothing new for Duff.During the two years he spent pursuing his associate degree from
  • People of AFMC: Path of change for Air Force captain

    Thirty minutes northwest of Austin, Texas, a girl from Lago Vista was raised by a young mother and a father who battled cancer in his late twenties and early thirties. Life wasn’t easy, but living through these challenges played an instrumental role in the development of a future United States Air Force Officer.Capt. Olivia Unzueta is one of the
  • Resilient Airman lives each day as a blessing

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Diagnosed with cancer twice and having undergone a major heart surgery has not slowed down retired Master Sgt. Daryl McFadden one bit. On the contrary, it has been his daily reminder to be thankful and to live life to the fullest.  In 1999, at the age of 33, while on active-duty as a financial management and
  • Goalie weathers new Air Force career

    Rackleff started her Air Force career in April. Prior, she studied chemical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, where she played ice hockey. Rochester recruited her to their NCAA Division 1 women’s hockey team from a junior league in California, and she earned a full academic scholarship. Since then, she’s had success on inline and ice skates, playing on the 2017 World Champion U.S. inline skating team and for the Boston Blades, a local Canadian Women’s Hockey League team.
RSS

Air Force News

Innovation