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  • Greene legacy inspires Airmen

    When the Air Force core values, community service and the pursuit of continued education are combined, positive impacts are made. One Flying Tiger whose impacts exemplify these principles is U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Kyana Mamahua, 74th Fighter Squadron, intelligence non-commissioned officer in

  • Non-combatant evacuation operations through the eyes of an American Airman

    I am an American Airman. I am a Warrior. I have answered my Nation’s call. Three simple lines that translate into something so much bigger. At first glance these are just words, but to Air Force members they are easily recognized as part of a creed. They’re not just words, but a promise that defines

  • Airmen reunite Afghanistan evacuees with family

    Al Udeid became the main hub for evacuees coming from Afghanistan and was quickly inundated with thousands of people leaving Afghanistan. For some service members, it can be hard to see how each individual impacts the mission, especially from their home station. However, a crisis situation can have

  • Airman weaves new use for plastic

    Helping your community can come in many shapes and sizes, for Tech. Sgt. Sonya Gore, 20th Communications Squadron radio frequency transmissions section chief, it comes through finding a creative way to reuse plastic.

  • CSAF letter to Air Force spouses

    Dear Air Force Spouses,Thank you for your courage and strength, and for being part of our Air Force family. Those in uniform are easily recognized for their service and sacrifices, but it’s you...the unsung heroes of our Air Force who sacrifice so much to support your family, the Air Force, and our

  • The last ride

    Driving home yesterday, a familiar country tune blasted in the background: “It’s not if they will, but how they remember you.” It was ironic and somewhat poetic to hear those words on April 27th, exactly ten years to the day since our family was forever changed by the U.S. Air Force’s largest single