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Members of the U.S. Air Force Academy Cyber Competition team run through scenarios in preparation for an upcoming competition Dec. 10, 2013, at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. The team took second place at the conclusion of the 14th annual National Security Administration inter-service Cyber Defense Exercise here April 8-11. (U.S. Air Force Photo/John Van Winkle) Air Force cadets take 2nd place in NSA cyber exercise
The Air Force Academy took second place at the conclusion of the 14th annual National Security Administration inter-service Cyber Defense Exercise, or CDX, here April 8 - 11.
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Dr. Gregory Burnett, middle, and Andres Calvo, right, analyze a graphic representation of movement trackers, as 2nd Lt. Krystin Shanklin tests Google Glass at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Burnett is the chief engineer of the Battlefield Air Targeting, Man-Aided Knowledge, or BATMA(N) group, an advanced technology demonstration and research program at the 711 Human Performance Wing at the Air Force Research Laboratory. The team investigates emerging technologies, such as Google Glass' transparent, heads-up display, for possible military application. Calvo is a software developer and civilian contractor with the Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Richard Eldridge)
Air Force researchers test Google Glass for battlefield use
Researchers with the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, are looking to make missions for Airmen a whole lot lighter and faster by testing Google Glass and its head-mounted optical see-through display technology, for potential battlefield use.
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Default Air Force Logo Essays due April 18 for High Flyin' BBQ Challenge
The last day to submit for the Air Force High Flyin' BBQ Challenge is April 18.
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Default Air Force Logo AF Families Forever: Serving families when and where help is needed
Air Force Families Forever relocated in November to the Air Force Personnel Center in Joint Base San Antonio- Randolph. This reorganization now helps provide support to families of Airmen killed on active duty where families need it most -- at Air Force bases closest to where they live.
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Maj. Gen. Wendy Masiello briefs attendees April 16, 2014, on how today's budget environment is driving change for both government and industry as part of the Air Force Association breakfast series in Arlington, Va. She noted challenges and opportunities to find savings still exist within the acquisition arena, particularly the supply chain management portion Masiello is the deputy assistant secretary for contracting. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie)
Smarter spending for Air Force acquisitions
Finding efficiencies within the acquisition process was the top talking point for Maj. Gen. Wendy Masiello, deputy assistant secretary for contracting, when she spoke with members of the Air Force Association and the media during the AFA’s monthly breakfast April 16, 2014, in Arlington, Va.
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Default Air Force Logo B-1B Lancer software upgrade will ensure future warfighting capabilities
The Sustainment Block 16A configuration is expected to improve situational awareness to all crew members, increase the maintainability of the B-1B Lancer and provide data link capabilities to the field.
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Default Air Force Logo Prior service program open but strictly limited
Prior Service Program allows applicants that separated from active-duty to rejoin the Air Force.
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Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III makes opening remarks at the 3-Star Summit April 14, 2014, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Welsh spoke about the importance of creating environments that promote dignity and respect and how they relate to sexual assault prevention and response. This includes recognizing when services members need help and getting those in need the help they deserve.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie) Culture change is key to sexual assault prevention
Air Force senior leaders discuss the importance of creating environments that promote dignity and respect and how it relates to sexual assault prevention and response. Read more.
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Default Air Force Logo AF Portal hosts free civilian development site
Civilians can now access free development tools, tips and guidance on the Air Force Portal.
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Default Air Force Logo SecAF: AF committed to preventing sexual assault
In observation of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James released a video charging all Airmen to join senior leaders and take action against sexual assault.
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