Around the Air Force: Career Intermission Program, F-35 Agile Communications, World Class Athlete Program

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  • By Staff Sgt. Jevon Smith
  • Air Force TV

This week’s look Around the Air Force includes how the Career Intermission Program is accepting applications for this year to provide a chance for Airmen and Guardians to pursue interests or needs outside the service temporarily; the 388th Operational Support Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is working on high-speed, secure communications for the F-35A when operating from remote and austere locations; and the World Class Athlete Program and Air Force Shooting are relocating to Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Hosted by Senior Airman Kahdija Slaughter)

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Related links:
- Career Intermission Program application window opens April 1, reduces service obligation
- Hill AFB’s 388th OSS exploring agile communications options for F-35A
- Air Force World Class Athlete, shooting programs relocated to Colorado Springs