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  • DOD outlines new mask guidance

    The memorandum states that all individuals on military installations and those performing official duties on behalf of DOD from any location other than home, including outdoor shared spaces, will wear masks. Masks must be in accordance with current CDC guidelines.

  • COVID-19 measures more important than ever

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Public health officials recommend continuing to be vigilant in following all approved Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state Department of Health prevention measures for COVID-19.“WPAFB personnel should be a beacon in the community and set an

  • Tradition, honor in the time of COVID-19

    In spite of COVID-19, life has not stood still for veterans’ families across New England and New York. Through it all, members of the 66th Force Support Squadron Patriot Honor Guard had to reevaluate and overcome to ensure their mission continued.

  • Donated masks distributed to Team Hill

    Around 4,000 cloth masks were handed out to Team Hill personnel April 28, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The masks were donated from nearby communities and also from the 531st Armament Textile Shop to keep military and civilian Airmen safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Virtual PMO continues progress toward ‘Installation of the Future’

    Telework had always been a tool of flexibility and a privilege for Lt. Col. Shayla CantySmith. Today, due to health advisories from the recent COVID-19, telework is critical for CantySmith and the entire 25-person Tyndall Program Management Office to continue delivering the “Installation of the

  • Arnold AFB moves to a new operating posture

    To further protect the health of the workforce at Arnold Air Force Base during the Coronavirus pandemic, while completing test missions critical to the nation’s defense, Col. Jeffrey Geraghty, commander, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, has directed the base move to an “Operationally Urgent”