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  • Accelerating change leads to National Safety Council Rising Star of Safety.

    The 12th rising star of safety, Senior Master Sgt. Victorio Gutierrez accelerating change through new safety initiatives, named rising star of safety by the National Safety Council.
  • US, UK research labs collaborate on autonomy, artificial intelligence

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, in partnership with United Kingdom’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, hosted an in-person and virtual demonstration highlighting the U.S and the U.K.'s ability to integrate both nation's Artificial Intelligence technologies through a common platform.
  • AFCLC launches updated culture guide app, introduces new educational course with certificate

    The director of the Air Force Culture and Language Center unveiled version 2.0 of the Air Force Culture Guide app to a virtual audience on Oct. 15, 2021, the last day of the 2021 Virtual Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium.
  • 307th Operations Group sponsors spouse flight

    The 307th Operations Group sponsored a spouses orientation flight aboard a KC-135 Stratotanker and a B-52 Stratofortress taxi Oct. 16-17 at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. The events allowed spouses to better understand the role Reserve Citizen Airmen in accomplishing the 307th Bomb Wing mission. 
  • MyVector updates help connect Airmen, Guardians

    MyVector is one of the many tools Airmen and Guardians can use to enhance their career development, including tracking personal development and assignments, writing performance evaluations, and connecting with mentors as well as mentoring others.
  • AMC approves F-15, F-16 receivers as third KC-46 ICR milestone

    Gen. Mike Minihan, commander of Air Mobility Command, approved a third Interim Capability Release mission set for the KC-46A Pegasus, Oct. 13.
  • Domestic abuse, violence victim shares her story

    My husband was an active-duty soldier stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. The first time he failed a drug test and his leadership went to bat for him. Understandably, they didn’t want to leave him behind. He was demoted, put on extra duty for a month and ordered to briefly attend substance abuse classes.
  • Rainier Wing welcomes newest members

    Twenty people became the newest members of the 446th Airlift Wing during a mass enlistment ceremony here Oct. 1.
  • Largest CENTCOM C-130 Squadron hosts coalition partners

    Members from the Italian and Canadian air forces, as well as members from the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, received a tour of the Hercules from the 779th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron. The 779th EAS, the largest C-130 squadron in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility, is responsible for delivering cargo and passengers to U.S. and coalition forces' bases, enabling a constant presence in the AOR.
  • Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 624th RSG CES earn Silver Flag certification and accolades

    In late August, 17 Citizen Airmen from the 624th Regional Support Group’s Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, along with Reserve Citizen Airmen from around the country, participated in Exercise Patriot Warrior Silver Flag training at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia.
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