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Default Air Force Logo AF acquisition: Investing now to win the high-end fight of the future
How does Dr. William LaPlante, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, apply his 29 years of defense technology experience to improve a $32 billion research, development and acquisition portfolio? That is the question he sought to answer.
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Doolittle Raiders retired Lt. Col. Dick Cole and former Staff Sgt. David Thatcher pose with the Congressional Gold Medal after it arrived at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, following a ceremonial flight on board the B-25 “Panchito” April 18, 2015. The medal is on display in the museum’s World War II Gallery in the Doolittle Raid exhibit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Will Haas) Doolittle Raiders share Congressional Gold Medal with the world
On April 18, 1942, 80 men inspired a nation by flying 16 B-25 bombers off the deck of the USS Hornet and dropping ordnance on Tokyo. Now, 73 years later, Congress honored these men with the Congressional Gold Medal, presented to the Raiders in Washington D.C., April 15.
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Default Air Force Logo AF realigns B-1, LRS-B under Air Force Global Strike Command
The Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force have directed the realignment of the Air Force’s B-1 bomber fleets and Long Range Strike-Bomber program from Air Combat Command to Air Force Global Strike Command, effective Oct. 1.
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An Army UH-60 Blackhawk lands to pick up 366th Security Forces Squadron and 124th Air Support Operation Squadron members during Gunfighter Flag 15-2 at Saylor Creek Range, Idaho, April 15, 2015. The exercise allowed joint service members a chance to execute realistic operation scenarios in an environment similar to Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Roy Lynch III) Gunfighter Flag 15-2: Bringing deployments home
Airmen from the 366th Fighter Wing and the 266th Range Squadron teamed up with Sailors, Marines and Army National Guardsmen for combat training scenarios during Gunfighter Flag 15-2 at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho.
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Default Air Force Logo Enlisted members selected for promotion to get EPR on "select" grade closeout date
In line with a recent update to the Air Force policy on enlisted performance report static closeout dates (SCOD), effective immediately, all future EPRs for promotion-selectees will close out on the date of the promotion-select grade.
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Default Air Force Logo BLUE: A nuclear family
This edition features how an intercontinental ballistic missile has the power to change the course of human history – or possibly end it. That is why protecting America’s nuclear arsenal is our nation’s number one defense priority. This episode of BLUE goes behind-the-scenes for a rare look at the Airmen who perform this vital mission.
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Senior Airman Chris Fugitt, a retired 96th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airman and an Air Force wounded warrior athlete, lets the discus fly at the track during the second day of an introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., April 14, 2015. Two years after complications from a massive stroke forced Fugitt to retire from the Air Force, his warrior spirit enabled him to power past a number of debilitating setbacks and attend his first camp. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) Eglin Airman participates in adaptive camp
Two years after complications from a massive stroke that forced Senior Airman Chris Fugitt to retire from the Air Force, his warrior spirit enabled him to power past a number of debilitating setbacks, to the point where he attended his first adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp here this week.
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Second Lt. Matthew Ruden, an Air Force Life Cycle Management Center F-15 Eagle Division program acquisitions manager, discusses acquisition flow with Bryan Gardner, an AFLCMC F-15 program systems engineer. (Air Force photo/Michele Eaton) General’s mentorship leads 2nd Lt. back to AF
Second Lt. Matthew Ruden didn't always plan to stay in the Air Force, but he plans to stay now. Ruden, an acquisitions manager for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's F-15 Eagle Division, will be promoted to first Lieutenant on May 1. Maj. Gen. Tom Masiello, the Air Force Research Laboratory commander, will be presiding over the ceremony, at Ruden's request.
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Tech. Sgt. Ryan Delaney, an Air Force wounded warrior mentor, watches Tremayne Maxwell, an Air Force wounded warrior athlete, perfect his wheelchair basketball rolling skills during the first day of an introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., April 13, 2015. Delaney, a flight chief with the 412th Security Forces Squadron at Edwards AFB, Calif., helped prepare approximately 45 participants in the week-long camp and training events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) An Airman's journey to wounded warrior mentorship
Tech. Sgt. Ryan Delaney couldn't be happier to be a mentor for the introductory adaptive sports and rehabilitation camp that happened here April 13-22.
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Senior Airman Robert Viera, a 22nd Maintenance Squadron aerospace maintenance journeyman, disassembles a damaged troop seat on a KC-135 Stratotanker during a periodic inspection, April 13, 2015, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. During the inspections, maintenance crews thoroughly examine the entire aircraft and make any necessary repairs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Tara Fadenrecht) Periodic inspection: Just what the ‘tanker doc’ ordered
For more than 40 years, KC-135 Stratotankers have been flying over the sunflower state, and just like any other crew member, they need their "check-ups" too. Keeping the 60-year-old planes up-to-date and safe to fly takes more than a simple check-up; it takes a team of tanker "docs" ensuring each aircraft undergoes proper treatment.
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