• Pride Month: Every Airman, Guardian has a story

    By building a force with diverse backgrounds, skills and experiences, the Air Force and Space Force’s capabilities will be ultimately enhanced in accomplishing its mission. The Department of the Air Force is committed to fostering a more diverse and inclusive culture across the force.

  • DAF strengthens discharge process for sexual offenders

    Under the previous policy, Airmen and Guardians who committed sexual assault offenses were subject to mandatory initiation of discharge proceedings; the updated policy strengthens the criteria that may be considered for discharge.

  • 908th SFS members train using Virtual Reality

    On June 7, 2022, the sound of gunshots rang down the halls of a former civil engineering building at Maxwell Air Force Base’s Gunter Annex. Most people would have instinctively called security forces, but members of the 908th Airlift Wing's Security Forces Squadron were already on the scene,

  • 302 AW Airmen embody Agile Combat Employment via aerial firefighting

    In January 2022, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., signed the service’s first doctrine publication on Agile Combat Employment, presenting expeditionary and multi-capable Airmen who can accomplish tasks in a contested and combat environment. At the 302nd Airlift Wing, Airmen have been

  • AFRC hosts in-person Enlisted Symposium, first since pandemic

    Air Force Reserve Command is hosting its first in-person Enlisted Symposium since the pandemic. Enlisted Reserve Citizen Airmen are scheduled to convene in the National Capital Region from July 11-12, after the last two conferences were virtual.

  • Citizen Air Commandos host Wolf Pack 2022 Exercise

    Mosquitos swarmed as Airmen endured the blazing Georgia heat, lugging their heavy gear through the rugged terrain with radios, phones, cellular hotspot devices, antennas and a plethora of communication equipment.The task for members of the 919th Special Operations Communications Squadron and other

  • The Flying Vikings participate in RED FLAG-Alaska 22-2

    Red Flag-Alaska is a Pacific Air Forces sponsored exercise that provides realistic simulated combat training. Three C-130 Hercules and more than 100 reservists from the 934th Airlift Wing, the Flying Vikings, from Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station flew to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson,

  • SJAFB Airmen strengthen, empower LGBTQ+ community

    SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, NC – Long before the policy of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was even enacted – much less, repealed – one Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Airman was a pioneer for change, paving the way for the LGBTQ+ Airmen who now serve.