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  • MH-60G Pave Hawk tail number 009 soars one last time

    Maj. Gen. Chad P. Franks, 15th Air Force commander, took command of MH-60G 009 at Pensacola NAS and flew the final flight to Hurlburt Field, Florida.
  • Civilians can submit retirement forms electronically using myPers

    Submitting civilian retirement applications just became a little easier. Effective April 1, 2021, civilian Airmen and Guardians can now submit their electronically-signed retirement forms using myPers.The first and most important step in the retirement process remains employees notifying their supervisor or local civilian personnel office of their
  • Tribute to safety director’s career to stream on Above and Beyond Six Feet

    Episode six of “Above and Beyond Six Feet” will feature a spotlight on the career of Galen Williams, Hanscom’s Occupational Safety director, airing Feb. 25. Williams will retire Feb. 27 after 46 years of combined military and civil service that took him around the globe.
  • Airman delays retirement, helps AEDC meet COVID-19 challenge

    For one senior noncommissioned officer at Arnold Air Force Base, the end of a successful military career was on the horizon at the start of 2020, with terminal leave planned to begin May 1 and retirement Sept. 1.That was before COVID-19.With the pandemic surging in the United States, Master Sgt. Joshua Suggs demonstrated the Air Force core value of
  • Hill AFB civilian retires after 62 years of military, civil service

    Donald F. Douglas, 83, retired April 3 after working a combined 62 years for the IRS and Air Force. Leading up to his retirement, Douglas worked in landing gear as a material expediter for the 532nd Commodities Maintenance Squadron.
  • Chief Wright to Airmen: Know your retirement options

    The opt-in deadline for the Blended Retirement System is December 31, 2018. Make your decision knowing only you can determine which system is best for you, and understand that if you opt into BRS, it is irrevocable. You only have one chance to make this choice, so it’s imperative you and those involved in making financial decisions for your family fully understand the pros and cons of both retirement systems.
  • Air Force announces retirement of Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski

    Air Force officials announced today Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, commander of Air Force Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, will retire in September.
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