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  • ANG develops leaders at 2021 TIME Conference

    The Massachusetts Air National Guard hosted Air National Guardsmen from Massachusetts, Vermont, New York, Nebraska, Delaware, and Arizona the week of August 16 - 20 at the Technical Sergeants Involved and Mentoring Enlisted Airmen at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center, Southbridge, Massachusetts. Sergeants at the TIME Conference spent the week focusing on leadership development, including discussing resiliency, emotional intelligence, physical fitness, leading generations, and more. The week culminated with A Leader Worth Following presented by keynote speaker Dr. Kevin Basik.
  • DAF offers Total Force enlisted members’ bridge to med school, commission

    Total Force enlisted Airmen and Guardians wanting to become a commissioned officer and military healthcare provider can complete their preparatory coursework for admission to medical school while on active duty.
  • Barnes Center moves enlisted Guard, Reserve distance learning to AU eSchool of Graduate PME

    The Air Force center for enlisted education is soon moving Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve enlisted distance learning to Air University’s eSchool of Graduate PME.
  • Air Force releases additional dress and appearance changes

    New dress and appearance updates will soon be released following feedback, testing from Airmen and reviews conducted as a part of the 2020 Air Force Uniform Board.
  • Austin Seeks Presidential Approval for Mandatory Troop Vaccinations by Mid-September

    The COVID-19 vaccine will be mandatory for service members by mid-September, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said in a message to the force.
  • 104th SFS Increases Capabilities with Domestic Operations Trailers

    The 104th Fighter Wing’s mission is to provide highly trained personnel and equipment for dedicated service to our community, commonwealth and nation. Last month we received new equipment that will help us fulfill our mission in the form of two domestic operations trailers.
  • DoD directs employees to start wearing face masks again

    Following guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Defense Department has directed employees working in areas at high risk for transmission to begin using face masks again as a measure to prevent the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus, especially the fast-moving, highly-transmittable Delta variant.
  • 104th Fighter Wing officer remains calm, helps injured local

    On Tuesday, June 13, 2021, Officer Robert Keeler, 104th Security Forces Squadron Installation Security Officer, was out shopping with his wife in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, when they spotted a man who needed help.
  • Around the Air Force: Recruiting Diversity, Airmen Aid Flood Victims and Record-Breaking Satellite

    Today’s look around the Air Force highlights Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr.’s recruiting message that emphasizes diversity, Civil Engineering Airmen from Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany aid local communities before and after area floods, and the Air Force Research Lab’s DSX Satellite completes its record-breaking mission. (Hosted by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Cooper)
  • Pilots leaving active duty have safe landing place in Reserve, Guard

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – As COVID-19 travel restrictions ease around the world, commercial airlines are looking to hire more pilots. Air Force officials want to remind active-duty pilots leaving the Air Force for the civilian aviation industry that such a move doesn’t have to end their service to their country.Air Force Recruiting
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