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Default Air Force Logo 21 selected for training, recruiting squadron command
Twenty-one officers from various Air Force career fields have been selected for Air Education and Training Command training and recruiting squadron command opportunities, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced.
0 10/22
2013
An F-35A Lightning II joint strike fighter from the 33rd Fighter Wing at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., flies over the Emerald Coast Sept. 19, 2012.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeremy T. Lock) F-35: New fighter creates new culture for 21st Century and beyond
She didn’t have a smudge on her. Not a leak found anywhere. She even had that “new jet smell.” Skies were blue, everything was perfect. Those were the conditions on that July day in 2011 when Lt. Col. Eric Smith took off from the Lockheed facilities at Fort Worth, Texas, in the first operational F-35 to fly to its permanent home at Eglin Air Force Base, in the Florida panhandle. And the rest, according to Smith, who would go on to pick up three of the first six F-35s from the factory, is history.
7 9/24
2013
Default Air Force Logo At 6 years TIS, Airmen can transfer education benefits
You may be able to transfer your Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits to a family member, but if you wait until you're ready to retire or separate or until your dependent children are ready to go to college, it may be too late, Air Force Personnel Center officials said.
2 9/12
2013
Default Air Force Logo Reserve units still feel effects of sequestration
The impact of sequestration on readiness and morale has been felt widely throughout Air Force Reserve Command units.
1 8/27
2013
Default Air Force Logo Joint training helps readiness, saves dollars
In an effort to save dollars and increase mission effectiveness, 41 students from across the Area of Responsibility, including enlisted, officers and chief warrant officers representing every service, attended two 10-day joint tactical data link courses in the Combined Air and Space Operations Center, Southwest Asia.
0 8/23
2013
Default Air Force Logo Enlisted Airmen may be eligible for medical prep school
Active-duty enlisted Airmen who qualify can now apply for a new pilot program designed to prepare them for medical school, but "intent to apply" emails must be submitted no later than Sept. 6, Air Force Personnel Center officials said Aug. 12. The Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program offers enlisted members a chance to attend medical prep
5 8/12
2013
A fire burns bright inside the flashover simulator July 30, 2013, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni firefighters visited Yokota AB for joint training on recognizing and safely evading flashovers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Soo C. Kim) Joint fire training in a flash
There's a fire burning inside a red container. Firefighters are already at the scene, but they aren't there to put it out; they're there to lock themselves inside and experience what happens next. The fire burns brighter, smoke rises higher and the heat begins to concentrate at the center. Suddenly, the room ignites. It's a training scenario for
1 8/08
2013
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