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  • One Team: Nellis leadership gets inside look at Creech RPA enterprise

    Col. Todd Dyer, 99th Air Base Wing commander, and Col. Jack Gardner, 99th ABW vice commander, attend their first immersion tour of Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, July 8, 2020. They toured many facilities throughout their visit including the flight simulators, the Creech Medical Clinic, and the new 432nd Support Squadron building.
  • 9th AF commander visits JBLE

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Chad Franks, Ninth Air Force commander, visited Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia to tour various units around Langley to view operations first-hand, August 26-28, 2019.
  • Air Force tour lengths change for two European locations

    Air Force military tour lengths for unaccompanied assignments to Papa Air Base, Hungary, and Moron Air Base, Spain, will change effective April 1. Currently, both locations are 15 months unaccompanied. However, Papa Air Base will become an 18-month unaccompanied tour, while Moron will become a 12-month unaccompanied tour.
  • Goldfein highlights professionalism, accomplishments of Airmen during trip to the Middle East, Southwest Asia

    During an extended trip to Jordan, Qatar, Iraq, Turkey and Afghanistan over the Christmas holiday, Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein found another – but different – consistent truth: an unblinking focus on the mission coupled with dedication and professionalism.
  • Civil Air Patrol Aerospace Education cadets receive up-close exposure to 192nd Fighter Wing aircraft

    More than 10 cadets and senior members from the Virginia Wing of the Civil Air Patrol Group 4 received first-hand exposure to the aircraft and missions of the Virginia ANG, March 24, 2018, at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. CAP cadets observed a launch of the F-22 Raptor, viewed static displays of the F-22 and T-38 aircrafts and observed load trainings, torn down engines and a 20 millimeter gun.
  • New Emerge Moody innovation develops leaders

    Kicking off a new leadership development program, 20 Airmen from various career fields began a nine-month journey to better understand Moody’s mission during Emerge Moody. Candidates from the rank of E-3 to E-6, and Company Grade Officers, applied for the program and were selected after an interview process. After earning their way into the ranks of this program, students will have the opportunity to converse with peers and leaders from other units while getting behind-the-scenes tours of these missions they haven’t seen before.
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