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  • Ready Player One? AF Services puts E-sports to the test in Global Strike

    Air Force Gaming made its official debut on November 11, under the Air Force Services Center with a new intramural e-sports program. Teams at eight Air Force Global Strike Command bases will compete in a pilot program to crown the gaming champions of the command. AFGSC Airmen and Space Professionals also from the command will participate in the program with teams formed to compete with each base hosting playoffs and base championships before the final major command championship.  The pilot program runs through mid-December. AFSVC plans to expand the AFGL to all Air and Space Force installations in January.
  • Air Force photo contest winners highlight family theme

    The Air Force recently announced its 2020 photo contest winners. The winners – first, second and third place in five categories – were among more than 600 entries submitted for the annual contest. Entries for this year’s competition with a theme of “We Are Family” were submitted during July. Participants entered up to two images for one of the categories. A panel judged the entries based on impact, creativity and technical excellence.
  • Joint Simulation Environment construction contract awarded

    The Air Force has taken another step forward in achieving the vision of a government owned, high-fidelity, multi-platform modeling and simulation (M&S) capability - with the award of two Military Construction (MILCON) contracts valued at approximately $65.5M.
  • Military Working Dogs, handlers conduct joint training at NTC

    Military working dogs and their handlers conducted crucial helicopter training at the National Training Center on Fort Irwin, California, Dec. 11. Teams from Edwards Air Force Base, Marine Corps Logistics Base-Barstow, Fort Irwin and Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, descended upon the NTC aboard a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter
  • Agile conquers New Horizons

    Often associated with software development, agile acquisition traces its roots to the private industry technology sector, where it evolved as a way to rapidly build, field, test and rebuild components and applications.
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