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  • Military Caregiver Month: Hidden heroes

    The Caregiver Support and Family Program was founded in 2014 to improve caregiver resiliency by connecting them with other caregivers who can share experiences, provide guidance and ultimately build trust and long-lasting relationships.
  • Air Force releases guidance on use of cloth face covers

    To the extent practical, without significantly impacting mission, all individuals on Department of the Air Force property, installations and facilities are required to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance in public areas or work centers.
  • Air Force update for COVID-19

    In an effort to minimize the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 and to prioritize the health and safety of Department of the Air Force personnel, the following modifications have been made.
  • Air Force selects 1,184 in senior master sergeant promotion cycle; list posts March 3

    While this selection rate is lower than in previous years, the 20E8 promotion allocations meet global requirements for Air Force senior master sergeants.
  • Department of the Air Force to consider military family support measures in future basing decisions

    The addition of these criteria aims to ensure locations under consideration have sufficient support for the unique needs of military families who relocate frequently.
  • Wanted: Ideas on Space Force members’ name, ranks

    The U.S. Space Force is looking for feedback from U.S. military space professionals on what Space Force members should be called.
  • Virtual care: Trusted care anytime, anywhere

    In the middle of Nebraska at a missile alert facility, an Airman gets a fever and needs to see a doctor but the Airman’s options are limited until now. Maj. Michael Vernale, 90th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron, mental health flight commander, in partnership with the 90th Missile Wing LaunchWERX took this challenge head-on. They created a virtual care system to provide medical care to Airmen in the field. The idea sets up a video conference systems for doctors to interact with their patients. The wing is setting up rooms at each MAF with soundproofing materials, using a noise cancellation device and headsets to ensure the virtual appointment is private. This helps the 90th Medical Group achieve their priority, to provide trusted care anytime, anywhere.
  • U.S. presents Bells of Balangiga to the Philippines

    Defense Secretary James N. Mattis and Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Romualdez visited F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, Nov. 14, 2018, during which the Bells of Balangiga were officially presented to the Philippine government. During the visit, the Secretary attended a veterans remembrance event and provided remarks on the
  • Missileer takes inspiration from grandfather’s service

    Airmen often join the Air Force to participate in a legacy of service in their family. One missileer’s choice to serve was inspired by his grandfather’s courageous acts during the Vietnam War.“My service is honoring a family that has made a lot sacrifices for me growing up,” said 1st Lt. Alexander Tran, 320th Missile Squadron deputy missile combat
  • Striker Trident program enhances the future force

    Twentieth Air Force is made up of operators, maintainers, defenders and support personnel who are tasked with providing the nation and its allies with the most responsive leg of the nuclear triad. Walking the hallways of the Numbered Air Force’s headquarters, sporting an obviously different blue uniform, is Lt. Aaron Stockard who brings another
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