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  • Historic hero still creates bonds between US, Ethiopia

    It was a comfortably warm day in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. As the noonday sunlight dappled through the tall trees and birds fluttered between the branches, five U.S. Airmen walked slowly and quietly through a large, peacefully shaded cemetery to find the final resting place of a man whose actions

  • Language Learning Center provides valuable ways to learn French

    In a building boasting around 100 offices, one small room serves a unique purpose for a rather broad mission. The room is called the Language Learning Center, and it provides Airmen from the 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadron the chance to brush up on a language almost everyone is required to

  • Air Force ends promotion testing for E-7 and above

    The Air Force announced today it is removing the Weighted Airman Promotion System testing requirement for active-duty promotions to the grades of E-7 through E-9, beginning this fall with the 2019 E-9 promotion cycle.

  • Service Dog lends war veteran a helping paw

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – What if you are screaming for help, but no one can hear you? What if your life starts to crumble? Do you know where to turn or what options are available to veterans and service members? That is exactly how retired Tech. Sgt. Brandon Jones felt as he reached a

  • 621st AMOS WST shines during Exercise Mobility Guardian

     JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. – Although the majority of military members participating in Exercise Mobility Guardian are approximately 3,000 miles away in the state of Washington, the Airmen of the 621st Air Mobility Operations Squadron managed to test their Air Operations Center Weapons

  • Former student shares deployment experiences with school staff, students

    While the environments of ongoing military operations across the globe are constantly changing, instructors at the Expeditionary Operations School here strive to ensure their lessons prepare Airmen for today’s battlefield, not yesterday’s. That’s why Lt. Col. Mike Morales visited the school