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  • Reducing your waist size, the healthy way

    The Air Force has Registered Dietitians and Diet Technicians who can provide guidance on healthy eating. Nutrition classes and appointments are open to active-duty members, retirees, and dependents.

  • AFRL leads USSF Continuous Fitness Assessment study

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, is conducting a two-year voluntary study with Guardians to assess the use of wearable fitness devices that measure physical activity. The study, which began enrollment in May 2023, is part of the U.S. Space Force’s Continuous Fitness Assessment, or CFA,

  • Airmen gift registration returns for 2023 Air Force Marathon

    Gifted entry registration to participate in the 2023 Air Force Marathon is again available to junior active-duty, Reserve and Guard enlisted service members for the event in September.Donated registrations are available for the 5K, 10K, half and full marathons.“We love the gift-registration program

  • 2023 Air Force Marathon registration fees to increase May 9

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – With only five months of race preparation and planning remaining, Air Force Marathon participants can save on their race entry fees if they register prior to the third scheduled price increase May 9.Registration for the full marathon, half marathon and

  • History & Heritage Race showcases MB-2 Bomber during third race of 2023

    The MB-2 (NBS-1) Bomber will be the third retired aircraft to headline the 2023 History & Heritage Race Series, powered by the Air Force Marathon, beginning May 1.The event marks the third of six virtual races during the series’s third season. Each event features its own historical aircraft vital to

  • DAF announces 2022 athletes of the year

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- The Department of the Air Force recently announced a body building and fitness competitor and a three-sport adaptive athlete as the 2022 Female and Male Athletes of the Year – Tech. Sgt. Evon Pennington and Master Sgt. Kenneth Guinn,

  • Registration now open for inaugural Museum Mile

    Hosted by the Air Force Marathon, the 1-mile, family-friendly event will take place May 11 at the museum and showcase three races: open, women’s elite and men’s elite. Races begin at 6:30 p.m.