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The Air Force recently approved two initiatives for the remotely piloted aircraft career field. Eight RPA reconnaissance squadrons will be redesignated as attack squadrons, and the Air Force has also authorized RPA aircrews to log combat time when flying an aircraft within designated hostile airspace, regardless of the aircrew's physical location. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Nadine Barclay)
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Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James announced an increase to the service’s remotely piloted aircraft pilot bonus Aug. 10, 2016, in a multi-pronged approach to increase RPA manning and incentivize RPA pilots within a community that has operated at surge capacity for more than 10 years. RPAs include the MQ-1 Predator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Leslie Pratt)
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Colonel Sharon A. Shaffer is the Staff Judge Advocate for Headquarters Air Combat Command, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.  As staff judge advocate, she is the principal legal adviser to the Commander Air Combat Command (ACC) and headquarters staff on all legal issues involving military justice, combat operations, civil litigation, environmental law, claims, international law, and administrative law.  She provides professional guidance to over 300 active duty, reserve and civilian attorneys and to over 300 enlisted paralegals and civilians.  Colonel Shaffer’s office establishes policy oversight for 17 legal offices, including six general court-martial jurisdictions, which provide legal services to over 134,000 active duty members and civilians and their eligible dependents.
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, is congratulated by Airmen as he walks up the stairs with his wife, Gillian Carlisle, before being honored during Order of the Sword Ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. The Order of the Sword is the highest honor and tribute enlisted Airmen can bestow upon a commissioned officer. It is patterned after two orders of chivalry founded during the Middle Ages in Europe and still in existence today - the Royal Order of the Sword and the Swedish Military Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, is congratulated by Airmen as he walks up the stairs with his wife, Gillian Carlisle, before being honored during Order of the Sword Ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. The Order of the Sword is the highest honor and tribute enlisted Airmen can bestow upon a commissioned officer. It is patterned after two orders of chivalry founded during the Middle Ages in Europe and still in existence today - the Royal Order of the Sword and the Swedish Military Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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Airmen from the 633rd Air Base Wing Honor Guard present the colors during an Order of the Sword presentation ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. The Order of the Sword is the highest honor and tribute enlisted Airmen can bestow upon a commissioned officer. It is patterned after two orders of chivalry founded during the Middle Ages in Europe and still in existence today - the Royal Order of the Sword and the Swedish Military Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kaylee Dubois)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, left, is presented with an Order of the Sword shadowbox by Chief Master Sgt. Jose A. Baraza, 12th Air Force command chief, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody and Chief Master Sgt. Steve K. McDonald, ACC command chief, during an Order of the Sword Ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. Carlisle, who has commanded ACC since October 2014, is the eighth ACC leader to be inducted into the command's Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kaylee Dubois)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, gives an acceptance speech during his Order of the Sword presentation ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. Carlisle, who has commanded ACC since October 2014, is the eighth ACC leader to be inducted into the command's Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kaylee Dubois)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, is presented with an Order of the Sword shadowbox by Chief Master Sgt. Jose A. Baraza, 12th Air Force command chief, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody and Chief Master Sgt. Steve K. McDonald, ACC command chief, during an Order of the Sword Ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. Carlisle, who has commanded ACC since October 2014, is the eighth ACC leader to be inducted into the command's Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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Chief Master Sgt. Jose A. Baraza, 12th Air Force command chief, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., hands an Order of the Sword scroll to Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Montgomery, command chief of U.S. Air Forces Central Command during an order of the sword ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. U.S. Air Force NCOs revised and updated the Order of the Sword ceremony and adopted it in 1967. Since then, the rare honor of receiving it has only been accorded to those special leaders who demonstrate extraordinary support for the enlisted corps. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, stands at attention during the opening of his Order of the Sword presentation ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. Military branches around the world present prestigious swords of honor to recognize the accomplishments and service to their country and fellow man. In the Air Force, the Order of the Sword remains the highest and only honor presented by the noncommissioned officer corps to a senior ranking officer and is maintained by the command chief master sergeant of the designated command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, gives an acceptance speech during his Order of the Sword presentation ceremony at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va., Oct. 27, 2016. Carlisle, who has commanded ACC since October 2014, is the eighth ACC leader to be inducted into the command's Order of the Sword. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Robert Otto, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, visited the 480th ISR Wing and 497th ISR Group for the last time, October 5, 2016 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. General Otto is scheduled to retire from active duty this month and has been a part of the ISR community as a U2 pilot, Director, AF ISR Capabilities Office, AF ISR Agency Commander and has been in his current position for the past three and a half years.
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Col. Caroline Miller, 633rd Air Base Wing commander, presents the Bronze Star to Master Sgt. Ronald Bartsch, 633rd Communications Squadron cyber transport superintendent, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., Oct. 13, 2016. Bartsch was presented with the medal for accomplishments he made as a joint task force operations superintendent, deployed task force communications director a senior enlisted advisor for a Joint Special Operations Air Detachment of 320 service members in support of for Operation Inherent Resolve in Southwest Asia from Sept. 22 to Nov. 2, 2014 and May 25 to Sept. 7, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Natasha Stannard)
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The Professional Development Placemats provide the 480th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group Airmen with the ability to visually map out their local career progression from the ranks of Airman to Tech. Sgt. It presents them with options for in-garrison and deployed opportunities, as well as internships and certifications. The PDP also provides supervisors an excellent tool to help Airmen prioritize Air Force, national mission and educational requirements or opportunities. (Air Force Graphic)
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2nd Lt. Philip Emery, U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band flight commander and associate conductor, speaks during a USAF HOAB 75th Anniversary Band Concert at the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News, Va., Oct. 1, 2016. Since its creation, the band has represented the Air Force at musical and military events. This concert represented the band’s 75 years of heritage since it was first established in 1941. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson)
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