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  • 42nd APS receives 2020 AFRC Logistics Readiness awards

    42nd APS receives 2020 Outstanding AFRC Logistics Readiness awards
  • Sign-ups for the Wing Fitness Challenge

    Sign-ups for the Wing Fitness Challenge
  • Think you’re too short to fly? The Air Force just broadened Career Enlisted Aviator height standards

    Interested in flying as an enlisted aircrew member but think you're too short? To accelerate Air Force aircrew diversity efforts and safely meet accession demands, critical flying Career Enlisted Aviator carrier fields height standards and applicable aircraft were surveyed at the request of Air Education and Training Command leadership. Based on preliminary data, interim height standards have been established for specific CEA Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSCs), and are effective immediately.
  • Westover's Airmen Against Drunk Driving program needs drivers

    Westover's Airmen Against Drunk Driving program is looking for volunteer drivers April 9 through 10. - The shifts are from 8 p.m. to midnight - Volunteers don’t get to pick their time slot - If you choose to volunteer, please arrive 5 minutes before your shift at the USO - Contact Senior Airman Kara Gibson at 557-2654 or kara.gibson@us.af.mil to sign up
  • Desert Storm attack pilot integrates 30-years of tactics with new technology

    A Tyrannosaurus Rex replica named Stan proudly stands in front of the Google Corporation’s headquarters in California. With his threatening gaze and gaping mouth provide a stark contrast to the rest of the campus. Google highlights the extinct apex predator as a sobering reminder that innovation is more than just a term - we must ‘innovate or die’.
  • Westover's Fire Emergency Services earns Accredited Agency status from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International

    WFES is currently the only fire department in Massachusetts and one of only 30 in the entire Air Force to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status with the CFAI and the Center for Public Safety Excellence, Inc.
  • Department of the Air Force Leaders Direct Second IG Disparity Review

    Acting Secretary of the Air Force John P. Roth, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., and Chief of Space Operations Gen. John W. Raymond directed the Department of the Air Force Inspector General to conduct an additional independent review of racial, gender, and ethnic disparity in the Department of the Air Force.
  • Westover Airman saves multiple lives from a burning building

    Westover Citizen Airman Saves Lives! In yet another example of Patriot Wing members serving in the community, Lowell Police Officer Walter A. Varey is credited with saving multiples lives from a burning building. In his military role, he is an instructor in the 439th Security Forces Squadron's Combat Arms Training and Maintenance section. Defensor Fortis! Westover Warriors - Patriot Proud!
  • 58th APS Airmen saves lives in NYC

    Westover's Citizen Airmen in Action! Shout out to Senior Airman Nicolae Marin, 58th Aerial Port Squadron and officer with the 83rd Precinct New York Police Department for the quick thinking and selflessness of he and his partner on Jan.18. Their actions resulted in lives saved. Officer Marin is also known as Senior Airman Marin of the 58th Aerial Port Squadron. Well done for putting Service Before Self no matter what the setting. 4 a.m. on Jan. 18, Officers Regolini & Marin were driving on Bushwick Ave. when they observed flames & smoke coming from a near by building. They ran in and pulled two people out, one being elderly. Thanks to their quick response, no one was injured. @NYPDChiefPatrol
  • February 2021 Pre-UTA CC/CCC Briefing

    February 2021 Pre-UTA CC/CCC Briefing
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