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As we celebrate seven decades of innovating and breaking barriers, let's humbly but unapologetically show our countrymen the Air Force that you and I know so well. [Read More]
Airmen's replacement clothing allowances will all dip slightly this year, according to data from the Air Force. [Read More]
The Air Force isn't just running short on fighter pilots. Air Mobility Command is concerned that a shortfall of mobility pilots is likely to grow over the next few years, further stressing the... [Read More]
He was assigned to the 28th Bomb Wing. [Read More]
Airmen can expect 2017 to bring many critical changes that will impact their lives at home and in uniform. [Read More]
Cadet 4th Class Timothy Barber died Saturday evening. He was on leave from the academy at the time. [Read More]
Airmen assigned to U.S. Air Forces in Europe must continue to focus on their critical combat skills in the new year, the command's top general said. [Read More]
Partners in the Pacific will help airmen be ready to respond at a moment's notice. [Read More]
Retired Gen. Seth McKee, veteran of 69 combat missions during World War II, was 100. [Read More]
The Air Force's Nurse Enlisted and Direct Enlisted Commissioning Programs are now accepting applications from active-duty airmen, the service has announced. [Read More]
The Air Force will continue its just-begun overhaul of how it evaluates and promotes its officers in 2017. [Read More]
Maj. Gilbert Wyche was relieved from command of the 4th Security Forces Squadron on Thursday by Col. Christopher Sage, commander of the 4th Fighter Wing. [Read More]
History was made in 2016 when the first four enlisted airmen became the first to start training to fly remotely-piloted aircraft. And in 2017, dozens more could follow them. [Read More]
Thirty-five airmen have been selected to participate in the latest iteration of the Air Force Career Intermission Program, which allows airmen to take up to three years off to focus on personal and... [Read More]
The Air Force will have a new top enlisted leader come February – Chief Master Sgt. Kaleth Wright. [Read More]
One of the Air Force's most pressing personnel concerns is rebuilding its fighter pilot ranks. [Read More]
The Air Force is slated to boost its end strength for the second year in a row in 2017. [Read More]
Phil Lagarde's obsession started with a bar of Ivory soap. [Read More]
The Air Force's desired growth to an end strength of 350,000 will focus on growing airmen in the maintenance, nuclear, cyber and space career fields, an official said in a Wednesday interview. [Read More]
The Air Force is going to get a new secretary in 2017 as part of the new Trump administration, but who that might be is anyone's guess. [Read More]
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