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  • “Unity in Diversity” - JBLE celebrates Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis will celebrate Asian/Pacific American heritage throughout the month of May with a variety of virtual events and discussions.
  • Senior leaders join inaugural Women’s Symposium

    Department of the Air Force senior leaders discussed the importance of diversity and inclusion during the inaugural 2021 Women’s Air and Space Symposium March 8-11.
  • History Maker: Longest serving Airmen examines challenges, triumphs across five decades of service

    The longest serving Airmen in the history of the U.S. Air Force presented what he learned over 46 years, 5 months and 21 days of active-duty service to deployed service members of the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing. Airmen gathered around a large projection screen where Maj. Gen. Alfred E. Flowers joined then virtually to describe his career from Vietnam to the Pentagon, from airman basic to major general.
  • D&I: Black History Month 2021

    Diversity is understanding and appreciating the interdependence of humanity; it refers to the characteristics that make people unique. Inclusion refers to the mannerisms and social norms that make people feel welcome. Inclusivity is important for diversity efforts to succeed, and working on creating a more inclusive culture is proving beneficial to the United States of America and its military. The U.S. Air Force’s Diversity and Inclusion program continues to help the Air Force evolve. Every team is stronger and more effective when made up of Airmen with different perspectives and backgrounds, who are bound together by core values.
  • Creech shares mission, hunger for evolution with SECAF

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett visited Creech AFB for the first time to familiarize herself with Air Force’s only dedicated Remotely Piloted Aircraft wing, and the 24/7 dominant, persistent attack and reconnaissance missions they support, Aug. 12, 2020.
  • Al Udeid service members ‘Talk, Heal and Change’ together

    The Grand Slam 5/6 counsil hosted a diversity and inclusion panel discussion, “Talk, Heal and Change Together,” at the Blatchford-Preston Complex Theater, July 19, 2020, at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.
  • A place to belong: Part II

    Tech. Sgt. Martin Rodriguez experienced a variety of bad situations while serving in the military, from deployments to hostile work environments to the threat of being discharged, but he was living a secret alternate life that could of had devastating consequences.
  • A Place to Belong: Part I

    A Place to Belong: Part I & II is the story of Tech. Sgt. Martin Rodriguez and the challenges he overcomes during military service and in his personal life as a Bi-Sexual Airman.