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  • Air Force Sustainment Center tests cyber readiness

    As reliance on technology grows so does the need for enhanced cyber security. Recently, the Center Information Technology Office within the Air Force Sustainment Center conducted a tabletop exercise that allowed facilitators to detect, diagnose and deter multiple cyber security threats in real-time.

  • Distance does not deter Airmen learning to communicate, connect

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Seven civilian personnel completed a John C. Maxwell Mastermind communication course facilitated by Air Force Materiel Command in September.The course, based on Maxwell’s book, “Everyone Communicates, Few Connect,” was led by Mary Moore, an alternate master

  • “In the Know” learning series boosts AFSC personnel teams expertise

    The Workforce Development team in the AFSC Manpower and Personnel Center Senior Functional Office (DP CSFO) launched a new, professional development program in July that is open to all AFSC personnel interested in Human Resources-related topics, but specifically targets HR personnel who perform more

  • Joint training enhances service readiness

    Airmen from the Air Force Materiel Command’s 635th Materiel Maintenance Group joined forces with the 9th Airlift Squadron at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware and Air Education and Training Command’s 49th Wing for a Major Command Service Tail Trainer exercise, June 1-10, 2021, at Holloman AFB, New

  • Contracting Airmen, Soldiers ready for joint contracting exercise

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas -- Contracting Soldiers from across the U.S. Army’s Mission and Installation Contracting Command are joining their Air Force counterparts June 21-25 for the virtual 2021 Joint Forces Contracting Exercise.With the 2021 Joint Forces Contracting Exercise,

  • Air Force provides C2 advisors to operational-level commanders

    With global competition heating up, the need to maximize the agility of U.S. Air Force operational command and control has never been more pressing. Fortunately, the USAF’s Operational Command Training Program is a foundational piece of its current C2 training architecture.

  • Arnold AFB Fire and Emergency Services holds live fire training

    Arnold Air Force Base Fire and Emergency Services personnel trained using an aircraft live fire simulator in mid-February. Live fire training is important for FES team members in order to maintain readiness.The simulator uses propane and simulated smoke, which allows crews to run a variety of