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Default Air Force Logo Commissioned Officer Training course embraces first JAG instructor
Air Force Reserve Capt. Brian Walker is the first judge advocate officer instructor at the Air Force Officer Training School's Commissioned Officer Training, or COT, course.
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Two F-22 Raptors and a T-38 Talon from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, fly together during a 43rd Fighter Squadron Basic Course training mission Oct. 7, 2013 over Florida. A sortie begins when an individual aircraft takes off and ends when it lands. The 43rd FS is the only squadron in the world that trains and develops F-22 pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. J. Wilcox) Tyndall AFB takes F-22 pilot training to next level
The Air Force’s ability to continue developing a fifth generation fighter aircraft fleet ready to meet the challenges of future warfare, hinges in large part, on a steady influx of capable and trained F-22 Raptor pilots.
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Dave Rolek  cross examines a simulated defendant charged with sexual assault during the first ever ‘mock trial’ held June 9, 2014, inside the Offutt Air Force Base Courtroom, Neb. All Airmen attending the week-long First Term Airmen’s Center orientation course will participate in a mock trial as part of their training. The 55th Wing Legal Office created the program with the goal of preventing sexual assault through education and awareness. Rolek is a 55th Wing assistant staff judge advocate. (U. S. Air Force photo/Delanie Stafford) Airmen get inside look at military judicial system
Students attending orientation training through the Offutt Air Force Base First Term Airmen's Center now actively participate in mock court-martials to raise awareness about sexual assault in the military.
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The Automated Navigation and Guidance Experiment for Local Space satellite, an Air Force Research Laboratory experimental satellite, and two Air Force Space Command Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program, or GSSAP, satellites launch July 28, 2014, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. The ANGELS program is managed by the AFRL’s Space Vehicles Directorate, located at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M. The 45th Space Wing provided launch support for the United Launch Alliance Delta IV vehicle, including weather forecasts, launch and range operations, security, safety, and public affairs. (Courtesy photo/United Launch Alliance) AF launches successful satellite mission
The 45th Space Wing supported a successful United Launch Alliance Delta IV vehicle carrying Air Force Space Command mission assets for the Air Force July 28.
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Default Air Force Logo AF implements career intermission pilot program
Up to 40 active-duty, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard officers and enlisted members who meet eligibility requirements will be offered between one and three years of partially-paid time out of uniform to focus on personal and professional pursuits under the Career Intermission Pilot Program, or CIPP, Air Force officials announced July 30.
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Default Air Force Logo Strategic agility is the future of the Air Force
The Air Force’s ability to continue to adapt and respond faster than the potential adversaries is the greatest challenge it faces during the next 30 years.
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Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Larry O. Spencer speaks to middle school educators from the Washington, D.C. area July 18, 2014, during the AMS Materials Camp at Shaw-Howard University. Spencer expressed educators are a main line of defense to inspire youth in science, technology, engineering and math careers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie) Vice chief of staff talks STEM to local educators
Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Larry O. Spencer spoke to local educators about the particular importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to the Air Force during an ASM Materials Teachers Camp July 18, at Shaw-Howard University, Washington, D.C.
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Default Air Force Logo Ramstein AB Airmen discover body in C-130 wheel well
Airmen at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, found the body of an adolescent boy in the wheel well of a C-130J Super Hercules July 27, Pentagon Press Secretary Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby said July 29.
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Capt. Ryan McGuire runs the 1,500-meter run and earns a gold medal at the 2012 Warrior Games held at the U.S. Air Force Academy  Colo. McGuire won a total of five medals at the 2012 Warrior Games to add to his three medals he won from the 2010 inaugural Warrior Games. McGuire is a 4th Airlift Squadron pilot. (Courtesy photo) McChord pilot continues to inspire Airmen
In 2009, a young Air Force lieutenant in pilot training thought his dreams of flying in the Air Force were crushed following a recreational boating accident that resulted in the loss of his right leg. Despite the accident, Capt. Ryan McGuire, now a 4th Airlift Squadron pilot, became the first Airman to complete Air Force pilot training after losing a leg.
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Default Air Force Logo New museum to inspire Airmen
Two Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland museums, the Airman Heritage Museum and the Security Forces Museum, will consolidate into the Enlisted Heritage and Character Development Center by October 2014 and will serve as a stepping stone for a larger $50 million, privately-funded museum set to open in 2017.
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