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  • Suicide prevention: Together in this fight

    “Depression is not open weeping or purely suicidal ideation. Sometimes depression is a mask; someone goes to work, acts normal and then goes back to their dorm, apartment or house and sits down and does nothing until bedtime, rinse and repeat the entire process.”
  • Seymour Johnson Airman’s heritage fortifies service

    We all had lives before that day when we raised our right hand and vowed to defend the Constitution of the United States. Although we are united through our service, we all have a heritage and unique story to tell.
  • Forging futures: AUAB and Qatar relocate Afghanistan evacuees

    The 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Host Nation Coordination Cell at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, is the link between Department of Defense personnel and Qatari officials. During the evacuation of Afghanistan, HNCC and their Qatari counterparts were in charge of the final step in moving qualified evacuees onward to further destinations. The support from Qatar was critical to the U.S. military’s efforts in evacuating Afghanistan.
  • Behind the lens of Task Force-Holloman, a Public Affairs Airman's perspective

    Being part of Task-Force Holloman has been more than fulfilling. I’m getting to see first-hand how amazing our Airmen are, and [how] far we all are willing to go to ensure that the Afghan evacuees here are cared for.After the first plane arrived on Aug. 31, 2021, I’ve gone back to Aman Omid Village, a temporary home for the evacuees, as many times
  • Pilot proving grounds; WSEP puts aviators, maintenance, air crew to the test

    The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, recently hosted the Weapons System Evaluation Program East 21.12, Sept. 13-24, 2021. The exercise focused on providing maintainers and pilots with the unique experience of using live munitions to enhance readiness for real-world operations.
  • A clear path for Humanitarian Aid to Haiti

    Members of the 25th Operational Weather Squadron in Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. recently provided a steady stream of meteorological and oceanographic capabilities to facilitate the USAID-led humanitarian response to the earthquake in Haiti on Aug. 14, 2021.
  • The Air Force Participating Test Unit: Keeping the Battlefield Secure

    It’s a battlefield scenario: two Air Force pilots have intercepted an enemy aircraft. One pilot transmits a command to engage the hostile aircraft through encrypted data link communication with minimal voice communication. The second pilot responds through the same data link, complying with the order, and begins to engage the aircraft. Meanwhile, other ground, air, and ocean platforms receive these messages and follow the action as it unfolds on their display.
  • ACC commander speaks on Fighter Roadmap at AFA ‘21

    The Air Force must continue to rebalance its fighter portfolio investment in order to keep pace and compete with China, according to the commander of Air Combat Command. During his keynote presentation at the Air Force Association 2021 Air, Space and Cyber Conference, Sept. 22, Gen. Mark Kelly said today’s fighter force was designed for a different peer adversary, built for a different time, and utilized in a different place and manner than originally planned.
  • Resilience: Dyess AFB wingmen support Airman’s daughter’s battle with cancer

    On July 14, 2019, Tech. Sgt. Justin SoileauGobert’s, 337th Test and Evaluation Squadron aircraft crew chief, concerns about his daughter’s continuing lack of energy and bruising on her body set off an alarm that sent his wife, Kaleena, and daughter, Jayda, to the Hendrik Medical Center emergency room in Abilene, Texas. As soon as Kaleena transported her daughter to the hands of caring medical professionals, she knew something was seriously wrong. Kaleena could see it on their faces.
  • 84th RADES optimizing the nation’s LRR systems for air surveillance and national defense

    The 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron, headquartered at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, evaluated the Air Route Surveillance Radar system version four, or ARSR-4, on a mountain top in Paso Robles, California, Aug. 23 - Sept. 4.
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