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  • Harmony Council continues conversation

    A new initiative in the F-16 Division co-located at Hill AFB, Utah and Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, called the Harmony Council, was created to expand perspectives of members to see life experiences unlike their own.

  • FYSA: Agility Prime

    FYSA: Agility Prime explores electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing vehicles and the revolutionary initiative partnering the military with eVTOL industry leaders.

  • Chance leads to acquisition career, program impacts

    John Carr retired in a ceremony on Oct. 29 after more than 40 years of service to the Air Force starting as a young Air Force Academy graduate in 1973. This episode of the Leadership Log podcast features Carr and a discussion on his career of service.

  • Hurst talks Digital Transformation on latest Contracting Experience podcast

    Kyle Hurst talks about the mission of the Digital Transformation Office and why it’s so important for the Air Force to automate unnecessary manual processes and transform digitally in order to compete with near peer adversaries on the latest episode of The Contracting Experience podcast. He also

  • FYSA: Game On!

    Game On! For your situational awareness, esports is more than fun and games. Through Air Force Gaming, Airmen now promote resilience through positive, virtual connection, inclusion and teamwork, all on their favorite platforms. Join us in the quest to explore the innovative grassroots initiative,

  • Alumni talk about experiences with Civilian Developmental Education

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio (AFLCMC) – As the application period for Civilian Developmental Education Programs approaches, three recent alumni discussed their experiences with the program.  John T. Bailey is the Deputy Director for the Advanced Aircraft Division in the Fighter and Advanced Aircraft