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  • CSAF visits Kirtland AFB virtually, talks diversity and inclusion

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. met with Airmen online Nov. 19, after virtually touring Kirtland Air Force Base and meeting with leaders supporting the Air Force’s nuclear enterprise.
  • Competencies lay foundation for success

    A competency is a combination of knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics that manifest in an observable and measurable pattern of behaviors.
  • Department of the Air Force selects six candidate locations for US Space Command Headquarters

    The Department of the Air Force, on behalf of the Office of Secretary of Defense, has selected six candidate locations for the U.S. Space Command Headquarters.
  • Department of the Air Force restores previous military tuition assistance cap and AF COOL funding

    The Department of the Air Force restored military tuition assistance to $4,500 per fiscal year and Air Force Credentialing Opportunities Online preparatory course funding for fiscal year 2021, effective immediately.
  • Air Force releases “Red Tailed Angels” docuseries

    “The Red Tailed Angels” documentary series showcases the hardships, struggles and ultimately the successes of the Tuskegee Airmen.
  • Food 2.0 brings healthier dining options to Seymour-Johnson

    Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, is the latest installation to implement the Food 2.0 initiative to offer healthier options to customers with the reopening of two renovated dining facilities on 29 Oct. Seymour Johnson joins 25 Food 2.0 installations with modernized facilities and food service upgrades. More bases will open Food 2.0 facilities in the year ahead.
  • 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.
  • AFWERX announces record response, $38 million for “Flying Car” topic

    AFWERX is recommending more than 250 proposals as part of its X20D Small Business Technology Transfer, or STTR, Open Topic solicitation, a record in the program’s nearly three-decade history.
  • Wert provides Digital update, insight into DPA efforts

    As we look at things like Advanced Battle Management System, inherent in that is open architecture, and inherent in open architecture is being good at software development, a Hanscom Air Force Base senior official told members of the Hanscom Representatives Association during their virtual Zoom meeting Oct. 14.
  • C-sUAS symposium highlights threats, base defense

    At this year’s Counter-small Unmanned Aerial Systems symposium, military and industry leaders came together virtually to discuss recent developments and challenges in the field of anti-drone technology. Key topics at “Defending and Defeating” included an overview of the newly formed Joint C-sUAS Office, a detailed look at the future of base defense, and discussions of the technological advancements and challenges associated with C-sUAS.
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