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Default Air Force Logo Ph.D. program for Air Force captains now accepting applications
The application window for the Chief of Staff of the Air Force Captains Prestigious Ph.D. Program is open for active-duty Air Force captains who seek unique learning experiences at top universities.
0 6/13
2018
Communications Airmen Education opportunities in Air Force IT
Two 53rd Computer Systems Squadron Airmen recently shared how the Air Force opened wide the doors of educational opportunity, and how they set themselves up for success in both the military and civilian worlds.
0 5/20
2018
Default Air Force Logo Advance assignment notification enhancement prompts commander, Airmen career discussions
Commanders will now receive seven-day advance notification of assignments for their Airmen as the Air Force’s Personnel Center takes steps toward a more transparent and interactive assignment system. This change supports Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein’s “Revitalizing Squadrons” effort, ensuring commanders are aware of assignments given to their Airmen.
0 1/23
2018
Capt. Kristen Parham (right), 36th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron nurse, addresses a group of Air Force chaplain candidates during their tour of the 403rd Wing at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, July 8, 2017. The candidates visited with several Air Force wings to get a better feel for how they support the Air Force mission and to meet with the Airmen that could interact with during their careers as chaplains. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Ryan Labadens) Chaplain candidates participate in internship
About 20 years ago, an African Methodist Episcopal pastor placed his hands on a 7-year-old boy’s forehead. After a moment of reflection, he prophesied the boy would be a man of God. Today, that boy is now 2nd Lt. William Hammond, an Air Force chaplain candidate completing his Master of Divinity. The lieutenant is one of 27 candidates in a variety of religious faiths who are part of the Air Force Reserve Command Chaplain Candidate Intensive Internship June 24 to July 28, 2017. By the end of the 35-day training tour the candidates will have visited Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi; Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas; Robins AFB, Georgia; Maxwell AFB, Alabama; as well as Hurlburt Field, Tyndall AFB, and Eglin AFB in Florida.
0 7/12
2017
Senior Airman Augustine Thompson-Brown is a 35th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician at Misawa Air Base, Japan. Thompson-Brown spent most of her life homeless before joining the Air Force and shares her story to inspire others to conquer their own difficulties. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jordyn Fetter) Mental strength leads Airman through tough times
Surviving an unstable upbringing in Pittsburgh, she never expected to be grabbing onto the Eiffel Tower in Paris at age 21. What started as watching scenes of this historic landmark in movies led her to envision a life beyond her childhood confinement. This was it, the height of her bucket list. Senior Airman Augustine Thompson-Brown had a limited perspective about the world until she joined the Air Force at age 18 and moved on from the challenges she grew up with.
4 10/14
2015
Airman 1st Class Bin Ma, a 20th Comptroller Squadron financial services technician, works after hours reviewing finances for Airmen at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., July 31, 2015. Ma is applying to commission in the Medical Service Corps for a position in hospital administration which is in charge of resources, personnel and money, to keep clinics running. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Michael Cossaboom) Motivated by education, opportunity: Airman finds second home with AF
Many words are used to describe the United States; some call it the land of plenty, freedom or equality, but at least one Airman regards it as the land of opportunity. Airman 1st Class Bin Ma, a 20th Comptroller Squadron financial services technician, departed Wuhan, China, in 2008 to start his adventure in America and fulfill his dreams of a better life.
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Black Airmen turn racism, bigotry into opportunity
On a hot July day in 1941 on a desolate field in Tuskegee, Ala.,, 13 young African-American Airmen began an experiment by senior Army leaders to teach them how to become pilots. That experiment turned into the ultimate opportunity for these young men to become a valued part of the military and would go on to have an impact with the desegregation of the military.
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2014
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