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Default Air Force Logo Air Force announces change to deployments
The Air Force announced another milestone under the chief of staff’s number two focus area: Strengthening Joint Leaders and Teams. Airmen deploying on individual taskings will now deploy in teams of three or more. This move will provide mutual support during the entire deployment continuum. This directive, effective Nov. 30, 2017, is referred to as “Deployed Teaming.”
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2017
Senior Master Sgt. Larry Galo, Air Force Cycling Team director, leads the team during the Ride for Heroes event in Texas, April 19, 2014. The AFCT works to promote the Air Force by interacting with the American public at cycling events across the United States. (Courtesy Photo) Air Force Cycling Team prepares for 2018 season
Interacting with the American public at cycling events across the U.S. may not sound like something many people think of members of the Air Force doing.
0 12/06
2017
Default Air Force Logo AF accepting nominations for Gen. and Mrs. Jerome F. O’Malley Award
Air Force officials are seeking nominations for the 2018 General and Mrs. Jerome F. O’Malley Award.
0 10/18
2017
Default Air Force Logo AF selects 2017 all-Air Force marathon team
The Air Force recently selected candidates to represent the Air Force in the Armed Forces Marathon Championship in Washington D.C., Oct. 19-23, 2017.
0 10/05
2017
A U.S. F-35A Lightning II from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, performs for a crowd of nearly 100,000 people at Le Bourget Airport, France, during the Paris Air Show, June 23, 2017. The Paris Air Show offers the U.S. a unique opportunity to showcase their leadership in aerospace technology to an international audience. By participating, the U.S. hopes to promote standardization and interoperability of equipment with their NATO allies and international partners. This year marks the 52nd Paris Air Show and the event features more than 100 aircraft from around the world. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Tech. Sgt. Ryan Crane) F-35 makes historic appearance at Paris Air Show
The U.S. made history when two F-35A Lightning IIs arrived at the Paris Air Show to fly the aircraft's first public aerial demonstrations June 19 – 25, 2017. Pulling off a historic event such as this takes months of careful planning and preparation. This team had only 36 days to make it happen.
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2017
Air Force Sports Triathlon (U.S. Air Force graphic/Gregory Hand) Air Force selects 2017 triathlon team
The Air Force recently selected the 2017 Air Force Triathlon Team that will represent the service at the 2017 Armed Forces Triathlon Championship June 7-11, 2017, at Naval Base Ventura County, California.
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2017
Second Lt. Tucker Sears, the 436th Logistics Readiness Squadron material management officer in charge, shoots a .22-caliber pistol during Team Camp March 24, 2015, at Fort Benning, Ga. At Team Camp, Sears earned a spot on the Air Force National Pistol Team and has already competed in two competitions and placed first on the Air Force’s Silver Team at the NRA National Outdoor Rifle and Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Hugh M. Ragland) Dover Airman earns spots on AF pistol team alongside brother
As a child, Tucker Sears grew up in Graham, Texas, with his three older brothers learning how to shoot BB guns and eventually moving up to .22-caliber rifles. This love of guns led to plenty of hunting trips with his brothers and grandfather. Fast forward 10 years and Sears graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and earned his commission as a second lieutenant. However, Sears didn't let his skills with firearms rust while at the Academy.
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2015
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