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  • AETC member named Air Force Outstanding Scientist

    The commander for the Studies and Analysis Squadron at Air Education and Training Command here was recently named the Air Force's Outstanding Scientist. Lt. Col. Scott N. Long received the award in the Senior Military category. The award recognizes the top U.S. Air Force scientist for making noteworthy, significant contributions to technology
  • German general seeks to strengthen partnership with U.S.

    The commander of the German Air Force Training Command said he wanted to strengthen the German-U.S. military partnership during a 10-day visit to the United States that wrapped up yesterday. Brig. Gen. Gerd Bischof visited German trainees stationed at several U.S. locations Oct. 7-16, and received tours and briefings that highlighted American
  • Recruiting quality Airmen remains top priority

    Despite an increasingly challenging recruiting environment, the Air Force enlisted 100 percent of its 2007 enlisted recruiting goals, bringing in 27,801 new Airmen during fiscal 2007. "The Air Force maintains high standards for recruits in (regard to) aptitude, medical (condition) and personal conduct," said Brig. Gen. Suzanne M. Vautrinot, Air
  • Air Force meets, exceeds recruiting goals

    The Air Force met its active-duty enlisted recruiting goal for the eighth year in a row and exceeded its chaplain and Officer Training School accession goals for fiscal 2007. From October 2006 through the end of September 2007, Air Force officials brought in 27,760 new enlistees and 41 prior-service Airmen. Additionally, 27 chaplains came into the
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