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Staff Sgt. Richard Leslie, left, and Staff Sgt. Jacob Sime, both assigned to the 75th Security Forces Squadron, respond to a report of an active shooter and explosives during a response exercise at building 732, Hill Air Force Base, April 24, 2017. The realistic scenario involved a shooter and hostages inside the building, while outside the building an explosive device was planted at each entrance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Paul Holcomb) AF Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.
0 5/05
2017
An M50 mask is ready for shipping after being cleaned, sanitized and tested. The new Air Force Mask Inspection and Repair Program ensures all Airmen have a reliable mask to protect against chemical, biological or radiological attack. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rodney Whaley) New program delivers emergency-ready masks to Airmen
Talk to any Air Force emergency manager and they’ll probably tell you a clean and serviceable M50 mask is the most important piece of equipment Airmen can have in a war-time environment. Now, thanks to a small joint service team in Albany, Georgia, that equipment will have more reliability after going through the new Air Force Mask Inspection and Repair Program.
0 5/04
2017
Col. Garry Little, the AFSIA Commander, and Maj. Seth Newfang, the AFSIA basic training division chief, proudly show the reaccreditations AFSIA and the AFOSI Basic Investigators Course were granted by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation Board April 27, 2017. Joining them are, left to right, Dave Bynum, the AFSIA training management division chief, Greg Lynch, the AFSIA deputy director and Chief Master Sgt. Gregory Carmack, the AFSIA superintendent. (AFSIA photo) AFOSI Academy, basic course earn re-accreditation
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation Board announced April 27, 2017, it granted reaccreditation status to the U.S. Air Force Special Investigations Academy and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Basic Special Investigators Course at a meeting in Naval Station Mayport, Fla.
0 5/04
2017
Michael L. Chavis, a Gold Star parent, shows his new Gold Star Base Access ID card to Carla Diamond, a U.S. Air Force Headquarters community readiness consultant, at Joint Base Andrews, Md., May 1, 2017. These cards are part of an Air Force initiative allowing Gold Star family members, immediate relatives of deceased Airmen, unescorted access to Air Force installations to visit buried loved ones, attend base events, and stop by Airmen and Family Readiness Centers for support. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jordyn Fetter) Base access introduced for Gold Star families
For the first time, Gold Star Base Access ID cards were issued to three family members of fallen Airmen at Joint Base Andrews, Md., May 1, 2017.
0 5/04
2017
The Special Operations Surgical Team, including Lt. Col. (Dr.) Benjamin Mitchell, poses at a forward location. Lt. Col. Mathew Uber, Maj. (Dr.) Justin Manley, Maj. Nelson Pacheco, Capt. Cade Reedy and Tech. Sgt. Richard Holguin are part of Mitchell’s SOST. (Courtesy photo) Special Operations Surgical Team doctor to receive Jackson Foundation award
Four hundred fourteen trauma evaluations, 141 gunshot wounds, 270 blast injuries, 102 damage-control resuscitations, 51 chest tubes, 21 intubations and 15 urgent surgical operations…for some this may be a list of numbers and medical jargon. For others, it meant life instead of death.
0 5/03
2017
Default Air Force Logo Medal of Honor recipient passes away at 85
Col. Leo K. Thorsness, Medal of Honor recipient, passed away May 2, 2017, in St. Augustine, Florida, at the age of 85, according to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.
0 5/03
2017
Residents tour a WC-130J Super Hercules Aircraft in Mérida, Mexico, during the Caribbean Hurricane Awareness Tour April 15, 2017. The event, which attracted more than 13,000 local residents, was hosted by the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in order to help people prepare for the upcoming hurricane season.(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Shelton Sherrill) Hurricane Hunters prepare the Caribbean
More than 20,000 people attended the Caribbean Hurricane Awareness Tour hosted April 24-29, 2017 by the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron “Hurricane Hunters” and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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2017
Chief Master Sgt. Henry Hayes, the Air Combat Command’s first sergeant, poses for a photo with his wife, Stephanie, and their adopted children at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., March 27, 2017. Along with adopting two children, the family has also fostered 13 children. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Natasha Stannard) Airman provides family, haven for orphans
As an Air Force first sergeant, Chief Master Sgt. Henry Hayes’ job is to take care of others, and whether or not they are in his chain of command, he provides support to those in need. As a first sergeant for Air Combat Command and an ordained minister, Henry Hayes not only shapes the lives of Airmen, but the lives of the children he and his wife, Stephanie, have fostered or adopted.
0 5/03
2017
Default Air Force Logo Total force development services now in a single-point center
The Air Force has consolidated all total force development services and resources to a single-point center. All Airmen (active duty, Reserve, Guard and civilian) will now be able to fully utilize all force development resources through the virtual force development center.
0 5/03
2017
Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, the U.S. Air Force Academy superintendent, listens to the testimony of four service members who have been sexually assaulted before testifying before the House Armed Services Committee on sexual assault within America's service academies May 2, 2017, in Washington, D.C.  Johnson was joined by Vice Adm. Walter E. "Ted" Carter, Jr., the U.S. Naval Academy superintendent, Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., the U.S. Military Academy superintendent and Dr. Elizabeth Van Winkle, the assistant secretary of defense for readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo/Wayne A. Clark) AF Academy superintendent testifies on SAPR
The results of the 2016 Service Academy Gender Relations Survey and Sexual Assault and Violence Report indicate the U.S. Air Force Academy is moving in the right direction but still has work to do in its combat against sexual assault, according to the Academy’s superintendent.On May 2, Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson joined her fellow military service
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2017
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