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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
A contractor points at the camera display of an explosive ordnance disposal robot during a training scenario at this year's Eastern National Robot Rodeo at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. Aug. 22, 2017. Each training scenario began with contractors reviewing robot controls with EOD teams competing in the event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) Dobbins ARB hosts EOD teams, tests new technology
Dobbins Air Reserve Base hosted the Eastern National Robot Rodeo Aug. 21-25, 2017, which featured explosive ordnance disposal teams from the Air Force, Navy, Army, Cobb County Police Department and the Royal Air Force.
0 8/31
2017
A clean, sanitized, tested mask prior to repackaging and being shipped out to an Airman in the field. (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
Default Air Force Logo AF awards replacement firefighting foam contract
The Air Force has awarded a $6.2 million contract to replace firefighting foam used in fire vehicles with an environmentally responsible foam to reduce the risk of possible contamination of soil and groundwater.
0 8/15
2016
Default Air Force Logo Researchers use sound to destroy toxic firefighting chemical
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center, in partnership with researchers from the University of Arizona, is exploring an innovative way to dispose of the Air Force's toxic firefighting foam stockpiles -- using only sound waves.
0 7/12
2016
Default Air Force Logo AF announces winners of the 2015 Design Awards
Eight projects were recognized for achieving excellence in design, as the Air Force recently announced the winners of the 2015 Air Force Design Awards.
0 10/30
2015
Default Air Force Logo Utility rate team completes 8-year study, finds millions in potential cost savings
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center recently completed a groundbreaking eight-year review of utility rates for nearly 70 Air Force bases in the continental U.S. and found millions of dollars of potential savings for the service.
1 5/14
2015
Default Air Force Logo AF releases new integrated priority list
The Air Force released its second comprehensive two-year integrated priority list (IPL) this month. The IPL strategically orders requirements for facility sustainment, restoration, modernization, environmental, energy, dormitory and demolition projects across the Air Force.
1 4/24
2015
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the newest Air Force solar array, 19-megawat farm Nellis II, March 24, 2105, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.  This is the second industrial-scale array at the base, and, once complete, the arrays will be the largest photovoltaic system in the Department of Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo) Nellis breaks ground on DOD’s largest solar array
Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony March 24 for the newest Air Force solar array, a photovoltaic farm named Nellis II. The system, upon completion, will provide 19 megawatts of direct current capacity to the base, making it the largest photovoltaic system in the Department of Defense.
0 4/04
2015
Solar panels at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., collect sunlight. The Davis-Monthan solar array project, on 170 acres of underutilized land, makes it the largest of its kind on any Defnese Department installation. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Sarah Ruckriegle) AF's largest solar array celebrates first anniversary
December 2014 marks the one-year anniversary of the Air Force's largest operational solar array, located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona.
0 12/18
2014
Default Air Force Logo 6 new AF Materiel Command units to form installation and mission support center
Six Air Force organizations moved under Air Force Materiel Command Oct. 1, in a step toward integrating and forming the foundation of the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center when the center is formally activated in 2015.
0 10/01
2014
Joe Sciabica and Maj. Gen. J. Kevin McLaughlin sign the Air Force Civil Engineer Center-Air Forces Cyber nexus collaboration during a meeting June 12, 2014 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The initiative is designed to increase collaboration between the agencies in order to enhance the security of industrial control systems supporting critical Air Force infrastructures around the world. Sciabica is the AFCEC director and McLaughlin is the 24th Air Force and AFCYBER commander. (U.S. Air Force photo/Shannon Carabajal) AFCEC, AFCYBER partnership boosts infrastructure security
The commander from Air Forces Cyber and the director the Air Force Civil Engineer Center signed an initiative here June 12, designed to strengthen the security of industrial control systems, or ICS, supporting critical Air Force infrastructures.
0 6/13
2014
Kenneth Vanderipe, individual protective equipment warehouse technician stocks chemical protective overboots at the 325th Logistics Readiness Division here. Equipment like overboots are stored to be used in deployable chemical warfare bags with an assigned expiration date based on expected shelf-life. Equipment experts in the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Readiness Directorate’s Emergency Management Division are working with other services to test, evaluate and extend the service life of useful equipment. Extending shelf life saves big bucks
Extending the service life of this equipment reduces waste and saves money, so logistics experts in the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Readiness Directorate's Emergency Management Division here are finding ways to do just that. In fiscal 2013, they created more than $33 million in cost avoidance savings for the Air Force by being able to keep tens of thousands of useful protective boots, suits and gloves.
0 10/25
2013
Default Air Force Logo Air Force, EPA and Florida sign agreement for Tyndall AFB cleanup
The Air Force, Environmental Protection Agency and State of Florida signed a federal facilities agreement Sept. 20 that will provide the framework within which the parties will manage any necessary action to continue to protect the community and the environment at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla.
0 9/20
2013
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