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  • Team Seymour spouse wins Air Force level award

    One of the top priorities of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is taking care of its Airmen and their families. Katelyn Tinsley, a military spouse here, found a creative way to help her community by connecting military dependents and helping them build resilience. Due to her efforts, Tinsley was presented the Armed Forces Insurance Air Force Spouse of the Year award.
  • 36th Intelligence Squadron gives back to community, veterans

    Airmen from the 36th Intelligence Squadron volunteered a few hours of their time to support the Hampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, May 3. 
  • Home Improvement - Airmen and their Families are Job No.1

    “Families first” is the mantra behind the Air Force’s Housing Privatization program improvement plan which will take front and center attention at the Air Force’s Global Housing Symposium, set to kick off on Tuesday, May 7, in downtown San Antonio. The plan, which includes five major lines of effort, outlines 27 initiatives to correct housing issues identified following a service-wide review of health and safety concerns.
  • Youth summer camps offer engagement, growth

    Please note these camps are for kids across the enterprise and application this year is via email, not an online application site. The application needed is linked in the article to make it a little easier for parents/guardians.
  • 2019 Air Force Photo Contest opens soon

    The 2019 Air Force Photo Contest opens May 1. The annual contest, managed by the Air Force Services Activity, highlights and celebrates photography created by Airmen and their families.
  • Gold Star Mothers honor legacy of their sons

    With heavy hearts and strong spirits, two American Gold Star mothers, from the South Carolina chapter, mustered the courage to tour Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., as tribute to their fallen sons.
  • JBER, 3rd Wing reception provides resources to Tyndall AFB Airmen

    The 3rd Wing and 673d Air Base Wing, along with numerous volunteers and helping agencies, provided resources during a welcome reception on April 8, for inbound Tyndall Air Force Base Airmen and families being stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. The JBER Support to Tyndall Airmen and Families Reception was a one-stop information fair connecting them with the appropriate agencies to address their immediate and specific needs and to learn more about services they offer.
  • AFSVA, ITT offer Airmen discount deals to build, recharge resiliency

    Spring is here and many Airmen are already considering where they want to go and what they want to do over the summer months. And, for many, an important part of planning is the ability to find budget-friendly options. Enter the Air Force Services Activity and installation Information, Tickets and Travel offices.
  • Legal assists personal property claims

    In the wake of base flooding, the 55th Wing Legal office is offering assistance with claims. Claims can be filed for personal property to include for multitude of items such as vehicles to gym bags among others things. For the more than 3,500 members displaced from their work centers, the legal office is encouraging them to submit their claims sooner rather than later.
  • How to go from "newbie" to "ride captain"

    A giant helmet on, swaying with the wind while a thick riding jacket gets in the way of controlling the bike. With some riding courses, you’re zipping around the roads with cool ease and comfort, the wind whipping past your face. This Airman could be you after taking any of the three motorcycle riding courses available at the range behind the air traffic control tower off Kingfisher Road at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina.