• DAF strengthens discharge process for sexual offenders

    Under the previous policy, Airmen and Guardians who committed sexual assault offenses were subject to mandatory initiation of discharge proceedings; the updated policy strengthens the criteria that may be considered for discharge.

  • Pride Month: Every Airman, Guardian has a story

    By building a force with diverse backgrounds, skills and experiences, the Air Force and Space Force’s capabilities will be ultimately enhanced in accomplishing its mission. The Department of the Air Force is committed to fostering a more diverse and inclusive culture across the force.

  • Air Force selects future aircrew helmet

    The helmet prototype was chosen after Air Combat Command initiated the search for a next-generation helmet to address issues with long-term neck and back injuries, optimize aircraft technology, improve pilot longevity, and provide better fitment to diverse aircrews.

  • Doctors recommend sunscreen for all skin complexions

    Individuals with darker skin complexions, or skin of color, are sometimes less likely to use sunscreens and protect themselves from excessive sunlight, dermatologists say. But the dangers of too much sunlight – from sunspots to skin cancer – are real risks for everyone regardless of skin complexion,

  • The Flying Vikings participate in RED FLAG-Alaska 22-2

    Red Flag-Alaska is a Pacific Air Forces sponsored exercise that provides realistic simulated combat training. Three C-130 Hercules and more than 100 reservists from the 934th Airlift Wing, the Flying Vikings, from Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station flew to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson,

  • Rally in the Swamp

    This year’s 22nd Air Force week-long exercise, Rally in the Swamp, was held in Florida to test Reserve Citizen Airmen on agile combat support by challenging them with realistic scenarios that support a full spectrum of operations.

  • Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft

    In 2020, the Federal Trade Commission reported that active-duty servicemembers are three times more likely to have their identity stolen and their funds misappropriated than their civilian counterparts. Further, approximately 14% of servicemember’s stolen identities were misused by someone they knew

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