DOD studying implications of wearable devices giving too much info

DOD photograph by Jim GaramoneThe Defense Department urges service members and DOD civilians with wearable electronic devices to use the strictest privacy setting....

Fitness devices can provide locations of soldiers

An interactive map found online can show the locations and activities of people who use fitness devices such as Fitbit, raising security concerns about...

We are leaders and work best in teams

The 56th Operations Support Squadron Airfield Ops team leads from the front! The extreme cold and hot swings of winter weather plays havoc on the...

Mom, dad likely have different parenting styles

In society, people tend to fall in love with those who “fill” a missing place. This is why we see couples who are opposite...

New year, time to check relationships

As the new year begins, many of us wake up with a painful reminder of all the healthy living plans we had committed to...

Finance policy, procedure gets update

Below are three announcements concerning finance travel programs across the Air Force affecting the Defense Travel system, permanent changes of station, airfare charges and...

IDS members walk the walk, talk the talk

In these days of Instagram and Snapchat, the element of surprise has been all but lost. As satisfying as it is to acquire something...

October is … Domestic Violence Awareness Month

We have been through the required training, yet the issue of domestic violence is personal. Many of us have stories. I was not aware,...

Prehistoric recovery efforts …

Sam Stapleton, Archaeological technician with Statistical Research Inc. of Tucson, cleans a rock feature so he can get to the edges to find the...

Book tells of early Arizona aviation

We often hear fighter jets flying over the skies of Arizona, or we catch a flight at Sky Harbor or Tucson International Airport. Hundreds...

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