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  • Nellis AFB is ‘centerpiece’ for Air Force modernization

    Warfighters at Nellis Air Force Base are helping the United States Air Force build a more integrated and lethal force through Advanced Battle Management System development, the Air Force’s network solution to enable rapid decision-making that powers Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).
  • Nellis graduates first ever TACP FTU; advancing special warfare

    Staff Sgt. Nathan Fox and Airman 1st Class William Simmons, two Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) journeymen from the 6th Combat Training Squadron at Nellis, graduated from the Air Force’s first-ever TACP Formal Training Unit (FTU) April 8, 2021.
  • Moody hosts Hawgsmoke 2021

    The 23d Fighter Group is scheduled to host Hawgsmoke 2021, April 14-17. The base will receive more than 150 Airmen from 13 Air Force units in a biennial aerial competition designed to test the bombing, missile and tactical gunnery skills of the pilots and maintainers of the U.S. Air Force A-10C Thunderbolt II aircraft.
  • E-3 AWACS first airframe in Air Force anthropometrics study

    A team of engineers from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s, Air Force CBRN Defense Systems Branch, Airmen Accommodation Laboratory is on a mission to study height requirements for career enlisted aviators around the Air Force at the 552nd Air Control Wing.
  • AFCENT hosts ‘Coalition Week’, welcomes partners to Shaw AFB

    Senior military representatives from nine countries traveled to Shaw Air Force Base this week to participate in “Coalition Week,” a series of events focused on showcasing 9th Air Force’s (U.S. Air Forces Central) ability to distribute operations and command and control airpower from more than one location.
  • 729th ACS participates in Agile Thunder exercise

    Validating its ability to deploy on a moment’s notice anywhere in the world and demonstrate air battle management command and control capabilities, the 729th Air Control Squadron recently participated in a mobility exercise called Agile Thunder.
  • Five Minutes to Thrive: Sleep

    This week, let's talk about this beautiful thing call sleep. We often underestimate the power of a good night's rest. Take a moment to review these healthy sleep habits.
  • DOD Prioritizing COVID-19 Vaccinations to Those Deployed

    The Defense Department is rapidly administering COVID-19 vaccines in a tiered priority process to service members, DOD contractors and civilians and their families who are stationed overseas and who wish to have them, said DOD health leaders. Deployed personnel are being prioritized because of limited availability to receive vaccinations from local health care providers. Of all doses the department has received, 14% are set aside for overseas locations.
  • South Carolina State House supports military children

    April has been proclaimed Month of the Military Child at the South Carolina State House in Columbia, April 7. Month of the Military Child is nationally recognized to show appreciation to the children of service members who did not choose to serve but still make sacrifices.
  • Dover AFB’s first Multi-Capable Airmen team sinks claws into Razor Talon

    Airmen from eight units across Dover Air Force Base participated in exercise Razor Talon, led by the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, March 22-26, 2021. These Air Mobility Command Airmen practiced skills outside of their normal career fields while participating in Dover AFB’s first Multi-Capable Airmen (MCA) team exercise.
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