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1st Lt. Iris Morales, Medical Service Corps officer and former Air Reserve Personnel Center contact center noncommissioned officer, is administered the Oath of Office by Col. Pat Hayes, ARPC Total Force Service Center director, during a commissioning ceremony held Jan. 30, 2015, on Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rob Hazelett) Things you can do in the Air Force: from stripes to bars
Our military offers many opportunities for military members to receive world class training that prepares them for a future in the military with skills and educational benefits that also prepare them for the civilian workforce. We ensure service members have the expertise and skills they need to overcome evolving security challenges. Professional development is at the forefront of building military leaders. For those who are in pursuit of higher education, commissioning programs are one of the ways future Airmen can begin their career as a company-grade officer within the military ranks.
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2018
The commander of Air Combat Command, Gen. Mike Holmes discussed the importance of taking the lead in warfighting through innovation at the 2018 Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Florida, Feb. 23, 2018. COMACC releases memo on Bringing the Future Faster
The Commander of Air Combat Command, Gen. Mike Holmes recently released a memorandum outlining his third and final priority, it discusses ACC's desire to accelerate the pace of changes to programs and policies, and it highlights ACC's development priorities in three broad areas: multi-domain operations and awareness, agile resilient communications and battle management.
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2018
Easter eggs are scattered across a field during a Month of the Military Child celebration at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., March 31, 2018. 20th FSS celebrates Month of the Military Child
The 20th Force Support Squadron hosted a Month of the Military Child celebration in the Carolina Skies Club and Conference Center parking lot, March 31.
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2018
Airmen from the 824th Base Defense Group form up behind a Humvee during a Mission Readiness Exercise, March 13, 2018, at Joint Base McGuire-Dix Lakehurst, N.J. Evaluators tested the 824th BDS from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., and the 105th Security Forces Squadron from Stewart Air National Guard Base, N.Y., to ensure their combat readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Janiqua P. Robinson) Defenders demonstrate combat readiness
After 48-hours of preparation and travel, the Airmen arrive at a bare base. The climate is 40 degrees colder than they’re used to, the terrain and landscape are unfamiliar, but they hit the ground running. Within 24-hours, they arm every Airman and establish security. They assign teams that will patrol areas outside of their established limits and set up a fully operational Tactical Operations Center (TOC) that will be the brain of their base.
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Tech. Sgt. Dallas Ayers, 823d Base Defense Squadron assistant flight chief, poses for a photo March 6, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Ayers is preparing to make the transition from protecting lives in combat to honoring the Air Force. He was recently selected for the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard and will begin his honor guard technical school April 16. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Erick Requadt) Airman soars to new heights with Air Force Honor Guard
Airmen are called to serve in a range of ways. In one facet of service, the United States Air Force Honor Guard ensures a legacy of Airmen who protect the standards, perfect the image and preserve the heritage at the highest echelon of professionalism. On the other side of the spectrum- Battlefield Airmen are always ready to deploy while maintaining combat and specialty training standards matched only by their profound sense of discipline and loyalty.
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2018
366 SFS ruck first MHAFB Defender Challenge 366 SFS ruck first MHAFB Defender Challenge
The 366th Security Forces Squadron competed for best of the best during their inaugural “Defender Challenge” March 6, 2018.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Airmen participate in joint rescue mission
Rescue Airmen from the 23d Wing recently participated in a joint rescue operation alongside other Air Force and U.S. Marine Corps assets, approximately 675 nautical miles off the coast of California. The 66th Rescue Squadron, a 23d Wing geographically separated unit at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., transported a 54-year-old man suffering from a life-threatening illness aboard the MSC Flavia container ship to San Jose Regional Medical Center in San Jose, California.
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2018
Master Sgt. Stephanie Ruepp, 38th Rescue Squadron unit training manager and resource advisor, poses for a photo March 8, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Ruepp has recently been announced as the Georgia representative for the Elizabeth Dole Foundation Military and Veteran caregiver fellows program. As a fellow, Ruepp will help caregivers provide anything to improve the quality of life for their loved one; from wheelchair accessible vehicles and home modifications to finding nearby support groups and treatment facilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Janiqua P. Robinson) Airman becomes voice for caregivers
Her phone vibrates and a ringtone blares as she receives a video call from her husband. Excitement quickly turned to panic as his anxious face and energy projected through the screen. She listens, baffled and worried as he explained he was lost within the familiar surroundings of the town they had lived in for two years. Her instincts instruct her to physically drive him home and ensure his safety, then reality set in she was deployed thousands of miles away.
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2018
U.S. Air Force Maj. Paul “Loco” Lopez, Air Combat Command F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team commander, smiles at one of his crew chiefs after a U.S. Air Force Heritage Flight Training Course flight at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, March 4, 2017. Langley Airmen showcase Raptor at Heritage Flight

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2018
Zara, daughter of Tech. Sgt. Jean “Jay” Fleurantin, 723d Aircraft Maintenance Squadron electronic warfare technician, receives treatment for Acute Myeloid Leukemia at Shands Children’s Hospital in Gainesville, Fla. Zara was diagnosed with cancer in January 2017 and after numerous unsuccessful rounds of chemotherapy, Jay donated bone marrow as a last resort and in May 2017 the doctors announced Zara’s cancer was in full remission. (Courtesy photo) Zara Strong: Father gives daughter second chance at life
“They said I was her best option of survival, but in fact I was the only option.” Overcome by emotions, reality hit Tech Sgt. Jean “Jay” Fleurantin like a ton of bricks when even his own bone marrow would only give his 13-year-old daughter, Zara, a 40 percent chance to beat Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
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2018
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