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Fiscal cliff legislation affects military, civilian paychecks

Posted January 11, 2013 by American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON — The legislation President Barack Obama signed Jan. 2 postponed the fiscal cliff and means changes to military and civilian paychecks, Defense Finance and Accounting Service officials said today. The legislation increases Social Security withholding taxes to 6.2 percent. For the past two years during the “tax holiday” the rate was 4.2 percent. The…

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U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aubrey White
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Concentration camp survivor to fighter pilot: ‘Freedom a beautiful thing’

Posted July 5, 2013 by Senior Airman Mariah Tolbert

U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aubrey White Retired Lt. Col. Harry Pawlik, a World War II concentration camp survivor, recalled several obstacles from the time he was captured by Nazi forces at the age of 10, to the day he graduated from the Naval War College during a recent interview. SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE…

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Acting SecAF visits D-M

Posted November 14, 2013 by Airman 1st Class Chris Massey

Acting Secretary of the Air Force Eric Fanning visited Airmen and to get first-hand knowledge on the various missions here and address key issues within the Air Force, Nov. 5. Fanning was confirmed as the 24th Under Secretary of the Air Force April 18, and assumed the role of acting secretary June 21. As the…

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Family, service and sacrifice: Siblings graduate from 3 different service academies

Posted June 5, 2014 by Amber Baillie

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo (AFNS) — The Jones siblings, although very different from one another, chose the same path of service as they entered adulthood — by becoming Army, Navy and Air Force officers. Army Capt. Brooke Jones, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 2009; Ensign Madison Jones, graduated from the U.S. Naval…

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Summary courts officer noticefor Steven Mangrum

Posted August 16, 2012 by

Tech. Sgt. Steven C. Mangrum, 355th Security Forces Squadron, was found passed away on 31 July. Any person or persons with a claim against Sergeant Mangrum or who is currently in debt to him should contact the Summary Court Officer Capt. Kurt Snyder, 355th Logistics Readiness Squadron, for disposition and compensation purposes. Captain Snyder can…

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Start home-based business by providing family child care

Posted February 28, 2013 by Airman 1st Class Monet Villacorte

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Changing diapers, creating meal plans, conducting learning sessions and making playtime fun are just some of the many tasks family child care providers take on. The FCC program exists to help military spouses create their own businesses at a very minimal cost to them. Requirements for becoming a child…

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‘Good debt’ can bolster earning potential, official says

Posted August 8, 2013 by Terri Moon Cronk

WASHINGTON (AFPS) — Establishing “good debt” can be valuable for future earning potential, particularly in today’s challenging economy, a Defense Department official advised here recently. Obtaining a student loan for a college education or a higher degree to pursue a professional career is an example of good debt for service members and their families when…

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AF finalizing details for officer force management

Posted January 16, 2014 by Debbie Gildea

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) – Details for implementation of two fiscal 2014 officer force management programs announced in December are being finalized to allow Air Force officials to release eligibility criteria, Air Force Personnel Center officials said today. Details regarding the reduction in force board, coupled with voluntary separation pay, and the force shaping…

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Avoid legal issues this political season

Posted August 7, 2014 by Lt. Col. Sandra Kent

DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Election season is right around the corner and political campaigning is ramping up. It’s a good time to review campaigning restrictions placed on military members and civilian Department of Defense employees. Restrictions are imposed to avoid any inference that an individual’s political activities imply or appear to imply official…

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Energy action: It starts with one

Posted October 11, 2012 by Senior Airman Racheal Watson

LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. — If one Airman runs an 18-watt compact fluorescent light bulb for one hour, it costs approximately five cents. If the estimated 10,000 civilian employees and military members at Langley Air Force Base, Va., were to run one 18-watt CFL bulb for one hour simultaneously, it could cost roughly $500….

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