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Lodging rates increase Oct. 1

Posted October 4, 2012 by Debbie Gildea

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — After four years without a rate increase, Air Force lodging rates will go up beginning Oct. 1, said Air Force Personnel Center officials Sept. 27. The increase is necessary to ensure Air Force Lodging rates cover current operating and capital improvement costs, said Maj. Gen. A.J. Stewart, AFPC commander….

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Equipment accountability affects you!

Posted December 7, 2012 by

There are many reasons why you may need to have equipment issued to you during your time in the Air Force. You might need a gas mask for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, High Yield Explosive training or body armor and a helmet so you can be qualified on a weapon for an upcoming deployment. If…

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Air Force tuition assistance implements change

Posted February 14, 2013 by Airman 1st Class Victoria Taylor

LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. -  — The U.S. Air Force Tuition Assistance program altered its guidelines Jan. 3 to emphasize the new requirement of maintaining a grade point average of at least 2.0, on a 4-point scale. “By adopting these changes, the Air Force is falling in line with the federal government and the…

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Air Force officials announce civilian Reduction in Force

Posted April 18, 2013 by

WASHINGTON (AFNS)  – In a continuing effort to meet the Department of Defense funding targets in the FY12 President’s Budget and re-balance the civilian workforce, approximately 60 Air Force installations will implement civilian Reduction in Force authorities effective through about Aug. 23, to assist in the placement of employees not assigned against funded positions (termed “surplus employees”)….

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D-M Airmen arrive on scene to support tornado victims

Posted July 5, 2013 by Airman 1st Class Josh Slavin

U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Bradley C. Church The path of a recent tornado in Moore, Okla., May 22. A tornado categorized as an EF5, the strongest category possible, with winds ranging from 200 to 210 mph struck Moore May 20. The Oklahoma Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reports 24 fatalities related to the…

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CSAF: Every Airman matters, each story is important

Posted September 3, 2013 by

WASHINGTON (AFNS) – There are more than 690,000 Airmen serving in the U.S. Air Force, and according to Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, each one is critical to the Air Force mission and each one has story to tell. As outlined in the Air Force vision, “every Airman, regardless of specialty, must…

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2013 Veterans Day Free Meal and Discounts

Posted November 8, 2013 by

Make sure you have Proof of Military Service when visiting companies offering Veteran’s Day deals. First, most companies require some form of military ID – including a U.S. Uniform Services ID Card (active/reserve/retired), Current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), Photograph in uniform, be wearing uniform (if your service permits), Veterans Organization Card (e.g., American Legion…

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(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Betty R. Chevalier)
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South Dakota ANG trains at D-M

Posted January 30, 2014 by Airman 1st Class B. Chevalier

Ten F-16 Fighter Falcons and 150 guardsmen from the South Dakota Air National Guard arrived at D-M Jan. 11 to conduct two weeks of mandatory readiness training. The South Dakota ANG utilized Operation Snowbird, a program that allows northern tier ANG flying units to fly down to D-M and conduct training that would be hard…

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The German Bulldog

Posted March 27, 2014 by Senior Airman Camilla Elizeu

A North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) officer was given the opportunity to foster a bilateral relationship through the Exchange Officer Program which ends today. German Air Force Maj. Andreas Jeschek, attached to the 354th Fighter Squadron as an A-10 Thunderbolt pilot, has been part of the program since 2011 and his tour here ends today….

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‘Workhorse’ becomes first F-35 to achieve 1,000 flight hours

Posted June 26, 2014 by Kenji Thuloweit

EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFNS) — AF-2, the second production F-35 Lightning II for the Air Force, became the first F-35 to reach 1,000 flight hours June 11. Paul Hattendorf, a Lockheed Martin test pilot, was flying an airframe loads envelope expansion mission when the fighter reached the milestone. “AF-2’s nickname is ‘Workhorse,’” said…

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