'Today's Air Force' features a look around the service

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In this edition of "Today's Air Force," Air Force officials implement some cost-cutting measures in the wake of federal budget constraints. Plus, Airmen train with their host nation counterparts to make sure that when lives are on line, everyone's on the same page. And, get a look at some hand-to-hand combat off the battle field, as Airmen take part in some full-contact sports. View those stories and many more this week, on Today's Air Force.

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This week's line-up includes:

Segment A
     Straight From the Top - SECAF on New Tanker Contract
     Force Shaping
     Travel Card Changes
    "Military Saves" Week

Segment B
     Joint Off-Base Exercise
     Shooting Challenge
     Rocket Training
     Post-Attack Response Teams
     Maintenance Professional
     This Week in Photos

Segment C 
     Air Force Boxing
     On The Mats
     Marvel vs. Capcom
     Packers Visit