Engage

T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
F
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
T
Logo
F
Logo
T
Logo
T
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
F
Logo
Facebook
1,479,948
Like Us
Twitter
240,924
Follow Us
YouTube Flickr Blog RSS Instagram

News Search

Clear
News Comments Updated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 3184
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III speaks at the National Press Club in Washington, April 23, 2014. Welsh provided attendees a glimpse into the future of the Air Force and completed a question and answer session to conclude the breakfast. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie)
AF top Airman gives insight to budget decisions
“The demand for what the Air Force provides is on the rise; unfortunately, the supply is going in the other direction,” said Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, Air Force Chief of Staff.
0 4/24
2014
Staff Sgt. Kyle McGann removes a vehicle towing device March 16, 2014, during explosive ordinance disposal demolition day at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. McGann is a 466th Air Expeditionary Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician and responsible for robot operation during EOD missions and ammunition accountability. McGann and more than 350 other Airmen serve in JET/IA positions throughout Afghanistan's Regional Command South, Southwest and West attached to the U.S. Air Force 466th Air Expeditionary Squadron at Kandahar AF. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Vernon Young Jr.) JET Airmen making joint missions successful
About 1,200 Airmen are deployed in joint expeditionary tasked and individual augmentee assignments conducting Operation Enduring Freedom missions alongside joint-service and coalition partners throughout Afghanistan.
2 4/24
2014
Default Air Force Logo Engine test facility upgrade improves exhaust handling efficiency
There is an ongoing upgrade project for two of the intercoolers that aid in handling engine exhaust in the C-Plant Exhaust System at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex's engine test facility.
0 4/24
2014
Default Air Force Logo Military Sports Medicine fellow takes top research honors at national meeting
Capt. (Dr.) Nathaniel Nye, a fellow in the National Capital Consortium Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Uniformed Services University, or USU, of the Health Sciences here, and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Va., won first place in the research competition at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, or AMSSM, annual meeting this month, earning the Best Overall Research Award.
0 4/24
2014
Default Air Force Logo Intel officer development team convenes in May
Endorsed nominations for intelligence officer career field summer development team are due to the Air Force Personnel Center by May 9.
0 4/24
2014
Brig. Gen. Dawne Deskins spearheads the Air Force National Guard's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program for the 100,000 Air National Guard members. As the lead role in the program, Deskins will be able to influence the program at a higher level at a time when sexual assault in the military has garnered national attention. (U.S. Army National Guard photo/Staff Sgt. Michelle Gonzalez) New York ANG leadership committed to fixing sexual harassment, assault
Brig. Gen. Dawne Deskins goals are to improve training for commanders at all levels, improve the process of reporting across the Air National Guard and improve success with local law enforcement.
0 4/23
2014
Default Air Force Logo April 23 – Pulse on AF force management
The latest news on Air Force force management.
1 4/23
2014
Staff Sgt. Jordan Gunterman (center) and his military working dog Nina, stand with the Wulfers family Jan. 23, 2014, in the 460th Security Forces Squadron kennels at Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. Gunterman was the first responder to a drunken driving car accident that affected the Wulfers family. Gunterman is a 460th SFS military working dog handler (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Riley Johnson/Released) Hero to three: NCO saves lives from drunken driving accident
Minutes from their home, laughing as they discussed the night’s events, a security forces Airman and his wife pulled up to the scene of a drunken driving accident. Sharing his experience of that night, he asks "Was it worth it?"
0 4/23
2014
Default Air Force Logo Altus, McConnell AFBs selected to receive KC-46A Pegasus aircraft
Air Force officials announced April 23, that Altus Air Force Base, Okla., is the Air Force’s KC-46A Pegasus formal training unit and McConnell AFB, Kan., is the first active duty-led Pegasus main operating base.
0 4/23
2014
Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James smiles during an interview in her office April 18, 2014, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Sworn in on Dec. 20, 2013, James recently passed her 100th day in office, March 30. (U.S. Air Force photo/Desiree N. Palacios) Trial by fire, SecAF marks first 100 days in office
In late March, the Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James dusted off her desert boots after her first troop visit to Europe and Afghanistan. While the trip allowed her to get a feel for the global reach of the force under her command, James also celebrated a tacit career milestone, when she passed her 100th day in office March 30.
1 4/22
2014
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 3184
RSS