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  • Smokeless tobacco: Not a quick fix

    Feb. 25 marks the Great American Spit Out Campaign to help increase awareness to the dangers of smokeless tobacco. Even if you or those you love could give up smokeless tobacco for one day, that would be a great start in the right direction.
  • Reduction initiative axes 506 publications, aims to empower leaders

    In a letter dated Aug. 29, 2018, the Secretary of the Air Force, CSAF and the Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force explained their desire to empower commanders at all levels to use their best judgement when making decisions to accomplish the mission.
  • Department of the Air Force Leaders direct second IG Disparity Review

    The review follows the department’s 2020 Racial Disparity Review released in Dec. 2020 and expands its focus into three additional racial categories (Asian, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander), gender, and one additional ethnic category (Hispanic/Latinx).
  • Round one: 934th Airlift Wing delivers first round of COVID-19 vaccinations

    MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL AIR RESERVE STATION, Minn. – A batch of the COVID-19 vaccine arrived at the 934th Airlift Wing, Jan. 21, 2021, with members on the installation receiving the vaccine the following morning in accordance with the installation plan.
  • Air Force to allow longer braids, ponytails, bangs for women

    The outcomes of the 101st Air Force uniform board, will take affect in February when the Air Force Instruction 36-2903 is published.
  • Around the Air Force: Air Force COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, and Airmen Professional Mentorship

    This week’s look around the Air Force highlights the Air Force’s COVID-19 response and Airmen mentorship takes center stage to begin the new year. (Produced by: Staff Sgt. Timmethy James)
  • Command stands up Wingman Saves Program to promote crisis intervention

    Air Force Reserve Command is implementing the Wingman Saves program, an intervention program aimed at recognizing Reserve Citizen Airmen who take the steps necessary to identify and assist those with at-risk behaviors.
  • Physical health can’t be on back burner

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many of our daily routines, making it easy to put healthy habits on the back burner. And it can be especially difficult if you’re working from or home or caring for other family members – or both. As we continue to cope, we can still make physical health a priority in our day-to-day routine by taking care of our health, engaging in physical activity, getting adequate sleep, and eating healthy.
  • Share Your Why

    Why are you here? Why do you wear the uniform? Why did you raise your right hand? Why do you choose to serve? Be it on active duty or in the Reserves, there are more than 2 million people serving in the U.S. military and millions of veterans have served before them in the several hundred year history of the country’s armed forces. With such a broad number of current service members and veterans alike, there are varying reasons as to why people have joined the military ranks. Many do so as a call to service by giving back to their country. For some, the call to arms is a family tradition. Some join for stability and to learn a skill. Others volunteer for the benefits associated with service such as medical, education and retirement benefits.
  • Female fighter pilots test modified ATAGS “G-suit”

    Five female fighter pilots tested a modified version of the Advanced Technology Anti-Gravity Suit Oct. 26-30.