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  • 75th FSS expands access to facilities, services

    The 75th Force Support Squadron will expand access to a number of its facilities and services at Hill Air Force Base beginning Sept. 14.
  • Team AEDC adjusting to 'new normal'

    It has been more than two months since the second of the three-phase Return to Full Capacity took effect at Arnold Air Force Base, a point at which much of the workforce returned to the “new normal” brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.During this time, Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty has kept a close watch to
  • Local COVID-19 trend analysis tool developed, provides significant time savings

    As the Arnold Engineering Development Complex team worked to understand the impact of COVID-19 to Arnold Air Force Base and the geographically separated units, data analysis was, and continues to be, a daily task.Trend analysis charts were developed, but updating the data inputs was a timely process.“The team had developed informative charts to
  • AFIMSC provides AF with innovative post-COVID workspace options

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center and the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Ventures innovation office are developing a viable plan that will optimize telework operations for the enterprise.
  • Gold Star Family honored during coping with COVID forum

    The Robins Proud forum, “Parents, children and COVID-19: Supporting you and your whole child through the COVID-19 pandemic,” held Aug. 25, focused on mental health, educational resources and services, along with child and youth programs.
  • Hanscom AFB announces new Phase 2C, transition date

    Hanscom Air Force Base plans to move into Phase 2C of the multiphase Return to Full Capacity Aug. 31. Officials say the added phase will further bridge the gap between Phases 2B and 3, and will facilitate another expansion of installation access and available services.
  • Eglin chapel earns resiliency award

    The 96th Test Wing Chapel received the Defense Health Agency Ready and Resilient Award for its COVID-19 response efforts.
  • Personal protective equipment available upon request

    96th Logistics Readiness Squadron meeting the protection needs of the base
  • Options available for parents of school-aged children

    With the new school year upon us, educators are faced with a number of uncertainties about how to keep children safe from the coronavirus. Working parents are also facing difficult choices about when their children will return to school in the fall, such as deciding between in-person and virtual learning. This is a conversation Tinker Air Force Base employees need to have with their supervisors as to how they plan to balance work and home life, so everyone is informed and on the right path to success.
  • Eglin medics test returning Soldiers for COVID-19

    338 from 7th Special Forces Group tested in two days.
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