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Default Air Force Logo AF announces changes to Courses 14 and 15
Effective immediately, Air Force officials have removed the requirement to complete Courses 14 and 15 for all Airmen serving in the active component. Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Airmen will have the option to complete their enlisted professional military education through distance learning or in-residence attendance.
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Default Air Force Logo C-5s and submarines
“I have always used my knowledge and experience from my civilian career to be better at my Air Force career,”
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Default Air Force Logo Westover Remembers the Holocaust
“Days of Remembrance: Learning from the Holocaust.”
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It has a distinctive “tail stinger” or “MAD Boom”. ORION THE HUNTER
It has a distinctive “tail stinger” or “MAD Boom”.
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2018 Black History Month graphic courtesy of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. February is Black History Month
African-American/Black History Month, is celebrated each year during the month of February. The theme for 2018, provided by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), is “African Americans in Times of War.” This year’s theme commemorates the centennial of the end of the First World War in 1918, and highlights the
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Counting dollars Pay for Air Force Reservists: Common problems, how to avoid them
Finance specialist covers procedures with reservists
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The Westover Training and Development Flight's future Airmen take a tour of a C-5M Super Galaxy. Training and Development Flight: preparing future Reserve Citizen Airmen
Air Force Basic Military Training develops enlistees from civilians to professional Airmen.To help young men and women prepare for BMT, the Air Force Reserve offers the Training and Development Flight.“It is an introduction to the military through structured Unit Training Assembly participation,” said Staff Sgt. Glenda Nathaniel, Flight Chief for
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Default Air Force Logo October is Domestic Violence Awarness Month
October is designated as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.DVAM evolved from ‘Day of Unity’ held in October 1981 and the idea was conceived by Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. The ‘Day of Unity’ soon evolved into an
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Karen Keshura, Babylift crash survivior, poses for a photo with Chief Master Sgt. Justin Thurber in the cockpit of C-5A Galaxy 0461, the Air Force's final C-5A that recently was retired. Closing two chapters: Operation Babylift crash survivor tours last C-5A
The last time Karen Keshura was in a C-5A Galaxy, the war in Vietnam was coming to an end. It was a different kind of homecoming flight—at just seven months old, Keshura was one among hundreds of orphan Vietnamese children aboard the aircraft heading to meet their new families in America. Keshura’s flight was the first of several under what would
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Tech. Sgt Mark McKunes (right) poses for a picture with a fellow firefighter recently at an undisclosed location. McKune is deployed from the 439th Airlift Wing, Westover Air Reserve Base, Massachusetts. Honoring Sept 11 through service and deployment
For one Westover firefighter, his first deployment holds a deeper meaning than most.“It was hard not to get a little emotional when I saw the aircraft take off,” said Tech. Sgt. Mark McKunes, a 439th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter who’s on his first deployment here to Southwest Asia. “Being deployed during 9/11 was very moving—that’s the
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