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  • Altus AFB spouses can find employment through new program

    The 97th Air Mobility Wing Airman and Family Readiness Center created the Spouse Employment Program to help military spouses who may face these difficulties find a job in Altus, Dec. 2019, at Altus Air Force Base, Okla.
  • 633d MDG eases the process of reintegration

    The last thing any service member wants to do upon returning home from a deployment is spend an entire day in briefings. That's why the 633 Public Health Office is bringing its services to them in a new, condensed reintegration briefing.
  • 75th Air Base Wing honors top Airmen, civilians of 2019

    The 75th Air Base Wing annual awards ceremony to recognize the wing’s most outstanding Airmen and civilians of 2019 was held Feb. 7.
  • Teen dating violence awareness

    February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month that began in 2004 to encourage parents and adolescents to talk about relationships and how to be safe.This awareness campaign aims to break the cycle of violence by providing support and services to victims, their families and their communities.“Adolescents in abusive
  • Military OneSource offers free tax prep

    WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Tax season can be a dreaded time of year for many people, but the Defense Department's Military OneSource offers the MilTax program to ease filing stress for service members and their families.There is no need to worry about costs in tax preparation because the services are free. MilTax kicked off on Military OneSource Jan. 22,
  • Air Force releases latest field grade officer promotions

    In total, the Air Force selected 449 lieutenant colonels for promotion to colonel in the calendar year 2019D Line of the Air Force, chaplain and nurse corps CSBs and 19 captains for promotion to major in the CY19D chaplain CSB.
  • Rescue dogs help heal wounded warriors

    Muffled gunfire reverberates from an unknown location within the building; Peter’s unwavering gaze is focused on his partner’s ‘six’ - three weeks of training is about to be put to the test.The Omaha Gun Club is host to certified training sessions between military service dogs and their handlers and is where Russ Dillon of Dillon’s Dogs likes to
  • Hanscom SARC appointed to Governor’s council

    The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office program manager here swore in as an appointee to the Governor’s Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence at the Massachusetts State House in Boston Jan. 29. Jersouk Touy and other council members advise the governor on how to help individuals, children and families of the Commonwealth live a life free of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • MilTax: Military OneSource offers free tax prep

    MilTax kicks off on Military OneSource Jan. 22, offering electronic filing via do-it-yourself software and personalized support from a tax consultant.
  • Goldfein offers optimistic update on Air Force’s evolution and future

    Creating a system that uses data, machine learning and state-of-the art software to seamlessly link “sensors to shooters” across all domains – air, land, sea, cyber and space – is among Goldfein’s highest priorities as the Air Force’s highest-ranking military officer.
  • U.S. Space Force seeks civilians to join staff

    SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The U.S. Space Force, the new branch of the Armed Forces established Dec. 20, has begun advertising to fill civilian staff positions in its initial headquarters, called the Office of the Chief of Space Operations. Advertisements for the first 35 positions were posted last week, with a second wave of positions to follow
  • Team Hill gathers for human trafficking awareness

    Allison Smith, education and outreach specialist for the Trafficking in Persons Program with the Refugee and Immigrant Center in Salt Lake City, recently spoke to more than 60 base personnel and community partners who gathered to learn about human trafficking.
  • 103rd defenders build resilience through jiu-jitsu

    A red mat hits the floor, and a large area that typically serves as Bradley Air National Guard Base’s emergency management classroom becomes a makeshift gym for Airmen of the 103rd Security Forces Squadron.The group of defenders meets throughout the month during their physical training time to practice jujitsu. This outlet helps build camaraderie
  • Long Ranger Resilience: Airman thrives on carrots and community

    Carrots are a big deal to Staff Sgt.Danielle Johnson.  It isn’t the crunchy vegetable she craves, it’s a figurative type that motivates one to overcome adversity.The Aircrew Flight Equipment technician has had a military career riddled with setbacks. Each one was overcome by sheer determination and focus on something bigger than herself.Johnson, an
  • AFMC launches new holistic resiliency effort

    AFMC Connect provides units and leaders with the time, tools and resources to foster a culture of continual communication, building resilient military and civilian Airmen able to operate at optimal levels as they aim for personal and professional success.
  • Tech. Sgt. Eberle, 58th APS wins award for heroism

    Tech. Sgt. Eberle, 58th APS wins award for heroism Tech. Sgt. Stephen Eberle, 58th Aerial Port Squadron, was recently named a Carnegie Hero for saving a man from a burning vehicle in July 2017. He along with another individual happened upon this nighttime accident in Middletown, Conn. Working together they quickly broke a window, pried the door open and cut his jammed seat belt with a pocket knife, with flames only feet away. They then dragged him from the vehicle before it was engulfed in fire. The driver was treated for minor injuries from the initial crash. Eberle is from Ivoryton, Conn. and is a power station electrician in civilian life.
  • Spouses Town Hall References

    Team Osan will be hosting a spouse’s town hall today at 9 a.m. at the Enlisted Club and 6 p.m. at the Officer's Club on base to help inform Command Sponsored and Non-Command Sponsored spouses what services are available to them. If you are unable to attend and have any questions for the agencies there are some helpful links and numbers
  • Building a better team

    Temporary deployments or temporary duties allow Airmen to travel somewhere new for a period of time to complete a portion of the Air Force mission. The duties on a TDY are similar to what they would do home station, but located in a new environment allows them to hone in on their skillset and branch out to further develop.
  • Chief reflects on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Nearly 57 years before The Goodfellow Way, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream,” speech projected a vision so consumed with energy, leaders around the country continue to push for civil and economic rights and to end racism in the United States.
  • Adapt and Get Well

    Anyone who has struggled with substance abuse has a story that in hindsight is indicative of a problem. For Capt. Justin Tullos, it was when he was dating his now-wife and would cut the date short just so he’d be able to go back to his apartment and drink alone. Tullos said, “You start getting into making a habit and scheduling when you’re going to
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