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  • COVID-19 pandemic not over, concerns over Delta Variant growing

    Nearly 68% of active duty personnel have been vaccinated against COVID-19 with at least one dose. But that still leaves many service members vulnerable to the delta variant of the virus, health officials at the Pentagon said.
  • Soto’s story: Overcoming pain and finding purpose

    As Tyndall evolves into the “Installation of the Future,” the base is working with thousands of contractors, vendors, and other guests who are assisting in the rebuild process. One of the first faces they see at Tyndall’s visitor’s center is Airman 1st Class Jocelyne Soto. Soto made the decision to enlist in the Air Force to create a purposeful career after facing challenges that greatly impacted her outlook on life.
  • REPI Challenge yields more than $24M for AF installations

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center helped secure more than $24 million to protect mission readiness and the environment at three installations: White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina; and Tyndall AFB, Florida.
  • Fuel to Fight

    The sound of freedom requires interconnecting Airmen, equipment and logistics to continue flying day-in and day-out. Out of all the pieces to the puzzle that is the 20th Fighter Wing mission, one of the most vital things needed to fly and fight, is fuel.
  • Department of the Air Force approves special leave accrual for fiscal year 2021

    Air Force and Space Force members performing active service, and Reserve and Guard Airmen on Title 10 or Title 32 orders, can now accrue up to 120 days of annual leave for fiscal year 2021 instead of the typical 60 days of leave.
  • Air Force accelerates innovation into action with Project Holodeck

    As innovation continues apace across the Air Force, service leaders are focused on doing just that — empowering Airmen and accelerating the fielding and implementation of innovative ideas into tangible results.
  • News Re-Cap: What to know about COVID-19 Delta variant, available vaccines

    The existing vaccines now available to everyone over the age of 12 have proven to be highly effective in preventing the newest COVID-19 Delta variant as well as other versions of the virus, according to Defense Department health officials.
  • DOD Takes Phased Approach to Implementing Recommendations on Sexual Assault, Harassment

    The Defense Department plans to move forward with the recommendations made by an independent review commission on sexual assault in the military, with a goal to move cautiously and deliberately in implementing each of them, the deputy defense secretary said.
  • 505th Command and Control Wing welcomes new commander

    The 505th Command and Control Wing bid farewell to Col. Richard Dickens and welcomed Col. Frederick “Trey” Coleman in a change of command ceremony on July 16 at Hurlburt Field, Florida.
  • “Capital Guardians” bring excellence to AFCENT skies

    Over the past week, aircraft and Airmen assigned to the District of Columbia Air National Guard’s 113th Wing arrived at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to join the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing as it provides combat power projection across the region in defense of U.S. forces.
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