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  • Space Force, Air Force sign landmark MOU on Guardian uniforms

    Wade Yamada, Deputy Director of Staff, Office of the Chief of Space Operations and Lea Kirkwood, Program Executive Officer and Director of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Agile Combat Support (ACS) Directorate signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on May 16.The memo formally

  • Youth programs gear up for Summer

    As COVID-19 rates drop in many parts of the country, youth centers across the Department of the Air Force are looking forward to reopening their doors to youth and teens.

  • AFSC’s Office of the Future Progress on Track

    Created during the increase of teleworking in 2020, the Office of the Future initiative looks at ways to modernize working spaces for today’s mobile workforce, taking full advantage of advancements in information technology and helping reduce risk of the COVID-19 virus

  • AEDC stands up 804th Test Group with ceremony

    An official ceremony was held May 20 at Arnold Air Force Base, headquarters of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, to activate the 804th Test Group as part of reorganizing AEDC to align with the traditional Air Force structure.“The activation of the 804th Test Group at Arnold Air Force Base

  • Security leaders learn AI fundamentals through MIT course

    The Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator has again partnered with defense and educational institutions to host the AI for National Security Leaders course at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 16-18.

  • Enlisted teams keep ammo flowing

    A key element to the success of AFLCMC program offices is using teams of enlisted Airmen experts to use their specific career field knowledge and experience to guide programs. Specifically at Hill AFB in Utah, teams of enlisted Munitions Systems specialists are rotated from jobs in field units to

  • EAP services supports civilian in need

    Nothing gives credence to the reliability and constancy of the support the Employee Assistance Program provides, like a person who has first-hand knowledge of the ease and workability of the resource.