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  • AEF Center releases Policy Watch

    The Air and Space Expeditionary Force Center released the inaugural issue of theAEF Policy Watch April 12 to provide commanders and Air Force members insight into important deployment policy issues affecting Airmen. Written by the AEF Center commander, Brig. Gen. Stephen Hoog, the document is designed to ensure commanders are aware of what key
  • ACC Announces nominee for 2005 Asia-Pacific Award

    Headquarters Air Combat Command announced its nominee for the 2005 Federal Asian-Pacific American Council Meritorious Service Award April 13. The commands nominee to the Air Force-level of competition is Capt. Mila B. Gellido French from the 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon Air Force Base, N.M.The award recognizes individuals who have made significant
  • ACC announces 2004 anitterrorism award winners

    Headquarters Air Combat Command released its winners in the competition for the Department of Defense Antiterrorism Awards March 25. The winners now represent the command at the Air Force-level competition.The winners are:Best Antiterrorism Program (installation): 49th Fighter Wing, Holloman Air Force Base, N.M.Best Antiterrorism Program
  • ACC Announces 2004 information operations award nominees

    Air Combat Command announced its nominees to represent the command in the second Air Force Information Operations Award competition March 25. The nominees represent the command in the Air Force competition.The nominees are:Outstanding active-duty information operations officer (Level 1): 2nd Lt. John C. Rice, National Air and Space Intelligence
  • Reintegration program eases deployment transition

    When Airmen return from a deployment, they often find their household roles, workplace dynamics and routines changed, which can make life very different. To help Airmen make the transition back from the deployed environment, Air Combat Command implemented a new process to provide returning members and their families tools to effectively adapt to
  • ACC announces senior officer retirements, assignments

    Air Combat Command officials announced the following senior officer retirements and assignments:   Brig. Gen. Neal T. Robinson, vice commander, Air Intelligence Agency, ACC, Lackland AFB, Texas and director, Air Force Cryptologic Office, Fort George G. Meade, Md., will retire in June.Brig. Gen. James P. Hunt, commander, 455th Air Expeditionary
  • F-15 crashes at Nellis

    An Air Force F-15C crashed at approximately 8:35 a.m. PST today approximately 50 miles northeast of here.   The aircraft was assigned to the 422d Test and Evaluation Squadron at Nellis AFB.   The pilot ejected safely and was flown back to Nellis. An investigation is ongoing. 
  • Exercise, exercise, exercise … Are your Airmen prepared to deploy?

    The Air and Space Expeditionary Force Center here nominates sourcing for about 38 exercises each year so Airmen can exercise their deployment capabilities before actually deploying.Exercises provide a realistic contingency environment to familiarize combat operation forces and expeditionary combat support forces with capabilities needed in
  • ACC maintains focus on suicide prevention

    Air Combat Command is committed to fighting avoidable loss of life of its Airmen through suicides. As part of the commands continued efforts toward suicide prevention, the vice commander gave his seal of approval for the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training program. In a Feb 28 letter to ACC commanders, Lt. Gen. William Fraser stated the
  • ACC releases Predator crash report

    Crew error was the primary cause of an MQ-1L Predator remotely piloted aircraft crash during a training mission Sept. 22 at Indian Springs Air Force Auxiliary Field, Nev., according to an Air Force report released today.The mishap pilot failed to correct a high flare maneuver in time to prevent a hard landing, causing more than $2.8 million in
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