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Lt. Col. Elizabeth Aptekar, 335th Training Squadron commander; Col. Michele Edmondson, 81st Training Wing commander; Col. Scott Solomon, 81st Training Group commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Randy Sabin, Air Education and Training Command weather functional manager, participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil a Science on a Sphere at the Weather Training Complex March 23, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. This latest training aid displays planetary data onto a suspended carbon-fiber sphere helping instructors enhance student’s understanding of the atmosphere. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) Science on a Sphere arrives at KAFB, first in DOD
In a completely black room at the 335th Training Squadron’s Weather Training Complex, a 48-inch carbon fiber globe hangs, suspended from the ceiling with projectors pointing at it from each corner, awaiting its Defense Department debut March 23, 2017.
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The F-15C Eagle training simulators at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., recently underwent upgrades to their visual systems. The new flat-panel television screens will create a more realistic environment for the pilots, while also being more cost effective. (Courtesy photo) F-15C simulators provide low-cost, critical training
Projecting unrivaled combat airpower is expensive, which is why one Tyndall Air Force Base unit invested in smarter operations for lower training costs. This unit can launch a jet, fly an unlimited amount of hours and fight thousands of enemies all from a single room.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo AETC reflects on the value of duty within the First Command
The Profession of Arms Center of Excellence unveiled the newest Heritage Today video March 7, 2017, during the Air Education and Training Command’s Senior Leadership Conference at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo AF seeks 2017 Outstanding DOD Employee, Service Member with a Disability Award nominations
The Air Force is accepting nominations for the 2017 Outstanding Department of Defense Employee or Service Member with a Disability Award.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Enlisted RPA pilot board selects 30 Airmen for pilot training
The inaugural Enlisted Remotely Piloted Aircraft Pilot Selection Board has chosen 30 enlisted Airmen to fill fiscal year 2017/2018 training slots as a part of the deliberate approach to enhance the Air Force’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance mission.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Total Force Service Center to expand chat features on myPers
The Air Force Personnel Center announced that the live chat feature on myPers, the Air Force online personnel information resource, expanded Feb. 27, 2017, to cover a broader range of personnel programs and provide extended hours of availability.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Civilian developmental education window open through May 1
Eligible Air Force civilians have until May 1 to submit their civilian developmental education (CDE) program applications to the Air Force Personnel Center.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Air Force seeks 2017 GEICO award nominations
The Air Force is accepting nominations for the 2017 Government Employees Insurance Company Military Service Awards. These awards annually recognize enlisted active duty, and one Reserve or Guard member from all branches of service for contributions to military or private-sector communities.
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2017
Col. Thatcher Cardon, the 47th Medical Group commander, won the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Space Poop Challenge, beating more than 5,000 entries and winning $15,000. Cardon’s invention, the “perineal access port,” allows astronauts to manage human waste in a space suit for up to six continuous days. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Benjamin N. Valmoja) AF doctor solves NASA’s poop problem
The 47th Medical Group commander helped solve a long-time problem for citizens of Earth who are launched into space.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo AF seeks Alison Award for Character and Innovation nominations
Air Force officials are accepting nominations for the Alison Award for Character and Innovation. The award, sponsored by the Falcon Foundation in support of the U.S. Air Force Academy, recognizes one Air Force commissioned officer who has demonstrated outstanding character and innovation in a single act or a series of related events.
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