11/27/2012 - FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) -- Air Force Television News released a new edition of Today's Air Force on Nov. 26.
On this episode's "Straight from the Top," Air Force Leaders urge Airmen to keep a focus on risk management during the holiday season.
Next, Today's Air Force will take viewers to the activation ceremony of Detachment One at Lask Air Base, Poland and Tech. Sgt. Felita LaRock gives viewers an inside look at changes for the U.S. Air Force Band of Flight.
And finally, Airmen take a spin behind the scenes of Wheel of Fortune during Military Families Week.
This and other news in this week's line-up:
Block 1 -Straight from the Top: A safety message from Air Force Leaders.
-Newsroom: Results from the BMT sexual misconduct investigation.
-Det Activation: The 52nd Ops Group establishes a detachment in Poland.
Block 2 -Air Force Band of Flight: Budget and manpower restraints change the way this band plays.
-Tops in Blue: One Airman goes back to his old station, but this time on the stage.
-OSI App: The OSI has new ways to report crime and remain anonymous.
-TWIP: This Week in Photos
-Tuskegee Airman: An older interview with Lt Col Herbert Carter before his passing.
-Wheel of Fortune: Airmen take a spin of the wheel during Military Appreciation Week.
-Entomologist: The Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine studies bugs from all over the world.
This 30-minute, bi-weekly news show can be seen every day on The Pentagon Channel and American Forces Television Service stations around the world. The show also airs on more than 140 public cable-access stations within the United States.
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11/30/2012 9:49:02 AM ET I have always wondered why in the 21 century the military still has bands I can understand one service band but multiple bands are a waste of money. In a time when we are cutting capability we need to look at bands. The people could be better used in other career fields. Those that spend 20 years as a band member are drawing the same benefits that a combat veterans receive. These are probably some of the best paid musicians in the US. Who attends their shows other than the leadership that is required to attend Not many. Finally how much do we spend on transportation for bands and Tops in Blue If we are going to cut lets look at it all to include return in investment