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  • JBSA-Lackland Tuskegee Airmen exhibit open to the public

    A new Tuskegee Airmen exhibit was officially opened to the public May 4 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Joint Base San Antonio- Lackland Airman Heritage Museum.During the event, which was attended by three original Tuskegee Airmen, service members dressed in uniforms that resembled those worn during World War II and joined a flight of
  • Active-duty Airmen to have direct access to physical therapy clinics

    The Air Force Medical Operations Agency has recently directed all Air Force military treatment facilities (MTF) to establish direct access physical therapy clinics for active-duty members. The policy shift will now allow an active-duty member with an acute musculoskeletal injury to make an appointment directly with a physical therapist.
  • Delay results in higher selection rate for OTS Non Rated selection board 15OT02

    A total of 394 men and women from across America have earned an opportunity to become Air Force leaders following their selection for an officer's commission, officials announced today.Air Force Recruiting Service officials considered 599 applications as part of the Officer Training School Non Rated Selection Board 15OT02. With the board's
  • Military child to AF leader

    From his cradle in a small village in western Germany to the position of the 81st Training Wing commander, Brig. Gen. Patrick Higby has learned the value of being a military child and the resources available to others who have grown up in the military life.
  • Luke commander brings home flagship F-35

    The 56th Fighter Wing flagship F-35 Lightning II arrived at Luke Air Force Base April 28, it was the base's 22nd F-35. Flying the aircraft from Lockheed Martin's Forth Worth, Texas, plant to Arizona was Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus, the 56th FW commander.
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