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  • Around the Air Force: Language Enabled Airmen, COVID-19 Response Partnerships, and Disciplinary Fairness

    This week’s look around the Air Force highlights the Air Force Language Enabled Airman Program, military medical personnel assist civilian hospitals in their COVID-19 response, and Department of the Air Force efforts to ensure fair and impartial disciplinary actions. (Produced by Staff Sgt. Timmethy James)
  • Language Enabled Airman Program accepting cadet applications

    LEAP is a career-spanning program aimed to sustain and improve Airmen's language and cultural capabilities. Managed by the Air Force Culture and Language Center, the program seeks to develop cross-culturally competent leaders who can meet Air Force global mission requirements.
  • Around the Air Force: SECAF on language & culture, a generational roundtable with Tuskegee Airmen

    Today’s look Around the Air Force highlights Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett’s message to Airmen about the impact language and cultural competence have on Air Force capabilities, and Air Force Cadets speak with two Tuskegee Airmen during a roundtable hosted by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., marking the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. (Produced by Staff Sgt. Timmethy James)
  • Squadron commanders play key role in building alliances through LEAP

    However, squadron commanders are the key enablers who make the scholars’ efforts possible by investing in their deliberate language development. While accomplishing their missions, the commanders also are winning the future by strengthening partnerships today through these scholars.
  • Around the Air Force: Kessel Run Hiring / LEAP / MQ-1B Crash Results

    On this look Around the Air Force, fifty software techs will be hired at the Kessel Run Boston Hiring Event and interested cadets can apply for the Language Enabled Airman Program. Hosted by Senior Airman Cory Kuttler.
  • Language Enabled Airman Program accepting cadet applications

    The Language Enabled Airman Program is accepting cadet applications now until March 15.
  • An opportunity for multilingual Airmen

    Do you know one or more foreign languages? You may be eligible for the Language Enabled Airman Program.
  • Airman LEAPs into translator role

    She grew up in Russia and moved to the United States when she was 16. Her mother was an English teacher; her grandmother was a German teacher and her step-father was an American. She learned English at a young age and could speak it well, but she quickly realized there was a disconnect when talking to people. In the U.S., it was sometimes difficult to fit in during high school -- people made fun of the way she talked and her inability to understand American slang.
  • Fighting terror with diversity

    In the 711th Human Performance Wing and across the Air Force, Airmen are encouraged to bring everything they have to the fight. Capt. Patrick Mudimbi, an environmental health consultant for the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, has some unique weapons in his arsenal -- he’s from the Democratic Republic of Congo, and his first language is French.
  • Staff sergeant LEAPs on opportunity to use native tongue

    Born and raised in Nizhnekamsk, Russia, Anastasia Stuart traveled to the U.S. as a young adult with the intention of only staying a year to improve her English. One year quickly turned into two, and before she knew it, she enlisted into the U.S. Air Force.
  • Nellis Airman 'LEAPs' into language program

    Capt. Reni Angelova, the 99th Medical Group practice manager, speaks Russian, Bulgarian and English while possessing master’s degrees in economics, law, business administration as well as international relations. She has worked as a teacher and a border patrol agent at one of the busiest checkpoints in Bulgaria before immigrating to the United States. She recently served in the Office of Defense Coordination in Bulgaria as an interpreter under the Language Enabled Airman Program.
  • Airman uses LEAP experience to enhance AFSOUTH mission

    The Air Force is made up of a diversely talented group of people whose personal skill sets often enhance their careers and one Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Airman is using his language and culture skills to support a unique Air Forces Southern mission.
  • LEAP application window opens

    The Language Enabled Airman Program is accepting active-duty officer and enlisted applications July 15 - Aug. 22. Those intending to submit applications must register their intent to apply by Aug. 8. Officer candidate students in their senior years may also apply
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