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Default Air Force Logo Rules of the road, the airfield
Driving onto the Airfield at an Air Force base can be a daunting process for any Airman. There are so many things that need to be remembered to be safe. Drivers must ensure they conduct roll over foreign object debris checks at all FOD points, stay back 200 feet from taxiing aircraft, ensure they're not crossing hold line and performing many other
0 8/24
2012
Default Air Force Logo Being a Wingman: Simple tap of an app could save a life
Smartphone applications, or apps, have no shortage of uses and can include nearly everything from sharing an exercise route with a friend to finding nearby restaurants. For Air National Guard members and families, one app serves as a potential lifesaver.With the goal to enhance communication, the Wingman Project, a collaborative solution to address
0 8/24
2012
Default Air Force Logo New USNORTHCOM deputy commander promoted
Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael Dubie, former adjutant general of the Vermont National Guard, and incoming deputy commander of United States Northern Command and vice commander of U.S. Element, North American Aerospace Defense Command, was promoted to lieutenant general during a Pentagon ceremony Aug. 14.The chief of the National Guard Bureau, Air
0 8/18
2012
Default Air Force Logo NORAD pilots talk flight restrictions, intercepts with civilian pilots
Sometimes you need pilots to talk to pilots. Working under this premise, three pilots from North American Aerospace Defense Command, the binational U.S. and Canadian military organization charged with intercepting aircraft that violate temporary flight restrictions, attended the AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wis., July 23 - 29, to talk
0 8/18
2012
Default Air Force Logo Welsh 'humbled' to serve as Air Force chief of staff
The Air Force chief of staff flag passed to the service's 20th chief in a ceremony here Aug. 10.Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, a 36-year Airman, stepped into the position, taking over for Gen. Norton Schwartz, who also retired from the Air Force during the ceremony."Mark is respected throughout the Air Force for his exceptional leadership and ability to
0 8/18
2012
Default Air Force Logo New CSAF Letter to Airmen
To the Airmen of the United States Air ForceEarlier today, I was sworn in as the 20th Chief of Staff of our Air Force. It was a pretty humbling experience. Since I haven't met most of you, I thought my first move as CSAF should be to say hi. You'll probably get tired of hearing me say that "every Airman has a story," but it's true, and I'm no
0 8/12
2012
Default Air Force Logo Panetta: National Guard, Reserve key to defense strategy
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta told the Airmen and Soldiers based at Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station today their service is critical to the defense strategy.Panetta said New York was the cradle of the United States military, and that its critical role for the armed forces continues today."New York's Air National Guard is the largest Air Guard
0 8/12
2012
Default Air Force Logo Conference Brings Together Public, Private Partners For Disaster Response
People across the U.S. faced a variety of disasters during the past year, including hurricanes, floods, wildfires, tornadoes, drought and more. In most cases, if a person reached out for help they didn't face that disaster alone. Family, friends, neighbors, the government and other public and private organizations all provided assistance, but
0 8/04
2012
Default Air Force Logo Military's top enlisted leader touts DoD priorities during Volk Field visit
The military's top enlisted leader and advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff outlined some of DoD's top priorities - which could play a factor in the future of the Wisconsin National Guard - during a town hall meeting July 25 at Volk Field Air National Guard Base. Marine Sgt. Maj. Bryan Battaglia, the senior enlisted advisor to Gen.
0 8/04
2012
Default Air Force Logo Family Matters Blog: job fairs join spouses, employers
Today, marks the start of an open season of sorts for job fairs for military spouses in what one Pentagon official calls the "high-touch" part of a "high-tech, high-touch" process.Meg O'Grady was a military spouse herself, having moved 13 times in 17 years, when she began working at the Pentagon just before the June 29, 2011, launch of the Defense
0 8/04
2012
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