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Roth outlines priorities for Air, Space Forces during virtual ‘fireside chat’

Acting Secretary of the Air Force John Roth expressed comfort and confidence Feb. 26 in the priorities outlined by newly-installed Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and his focus on modernization, defeating coronavirus, and “making certain our work environments are free of discrimination, hate, and harassment.”

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4 Factors to Consider to Maintain Winter Safety

Many changes are to be expected as fall gives way to winter. Temperatures drop for much of the country, and depending on where one lives, snow, wind and ice are to be expected.

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January Good order and discipline

The following incidents resulted in nonjudicial punishment, administrative discharge, or court-martial conviction that closed out during the month of January.

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A History of African American Regiments in the U.S. Army

During the Civil War, the Union established and maintained regiments of black soldiers. This became possible in 1862 through passage of the Confiscation Act (freeing the slaves of rebellious slaveholders) and Militia Act (authorizing the president to use former slaves as soldiers). President Lincoln was initially reluctant to recruit black soldiers. This changed in January 1863, with the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring freedom for all slaves in Confederate states.

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Challenges inspire the highest readiness level in Air Force Global Strike Command history

Air Force Global Strike Command’s readiness levels are currently the highest in the command’s history despite the global pandemic and aging aircraft across bomber and intercontinental ballistic missile fleets.

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90th Missile Wing says goodbye to base legend

The 90th Missile Wing bid farewell to a local legend at a ceremony Jan. 29, inside the base museum on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. Museum Director Paula Taylor leaves the museum after dedicating 29 years to F. E. Warren in the role that only she has ever held.

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DOD extends deadline for Tenant Satisfaction Survey

The Department of Defense is extending the deadline for Air Force housing residents to complete the annual Tenant Satisfaction Survey to Feb. 5 to ensure residents have an opportunity to voice their opinions.

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The AFMS in the Persian Gulf War, the need for critical care

January 2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Desert Storm, and it also marks a turning point in Air Force Medical Service’s Critical Care Transport Teams.

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Wyoming Air National Guard Fire & Emergency Services assist in Hitching Post fire containment

Friday January 15, 2021 crews responded to the Hitching Post fire on Lincoln Way.

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SecAF selects Huntsville, Alabama, as preferred location to host USSPACECOM

The Secretary of the Air Force, on behalf of the Office of Secretary of Defense, selected Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama, as the preferred location for the U.S. Space Command Headquarters.

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Plan now for deferred tax collection

Since September, many military and civilian employees have received slightly larger paychecks due to the Presidential Memorandum temporarily deferring Social Security Tax withholdings.

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How to winterize a vacant home

Avast migration takes place when the temperatures begin to drop in the northernmost areas of the United States and even parts of Canada.

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Direct to Duty Technical Training program PACs a punch at Air Force training

The 81st Training Group initiated the Direct to Duty Technical Training program earlier this year to test the attainability of training Airmen at their assigned base, skipping the costly and timely process of technical training school.

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Warren on the Street

It's important to remember that we must remain an apolitical military.

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Air Force hits record retention levels, reviews voluntary force management efforts

The Department of the Air Force is seeing its highest retention levels in 20 years, second only to rates recorded shortly after 9/11 in 2002.

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Good Order & Discipline October 2020

The following incidents resulted in nonjudicial punishment, administrative discharge, or court-martial conviction that closed out during the month of October.

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New concrete connection made in Guernsey

Mayor Nick Paustian and Maj. Gen. Gregory Porter cut the ribbon to the new Camp Guernsey Connector Path, October 22.

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Air Force improves lactation support for nursing mothers

The Department of the Air Force recently announced new guidance that will improve support to nursing mothers when they return to work after having a baby.

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Defenders graduate Weapons and Tactics

Defenders from across the country graduated the Security Forces Weapons and Tactics Instructors Course September 3 at Camp Guernsey.

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The Open Door

“I have an open door policy” is something that we have all heard many times from leaders at every level across the Air Force. While this is a common phrase, how often is it truly meant?

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