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  • Congresswoman Fallin assesses Altus Air Force Base

    The 97th Air Mobility Wing welcomed Fifth District Congresswoman Mary Fallin April 9 as she toured Altus Air Force Base, Okla., for her assessment of the state's military readiness. Congresswoman Fallin is currently the only Oklahoma member of the House Armed Services Committee in Washington and has

  • Leader Magazine transitions from print to online

    In keeping with the evolving mediums for information dissemination, the Leader Magazine has ceased production of its print version and has become the Leader Magazine Online. The new Web site features Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets

  • Tiered construct defines future expeditionary skills training

    A guarantee to eliminate duplicate expeditionary skills training requirements for all Air Force personnel through a four-tiered construct is in effect. The improved enterprise-wide policy, process and tiered construct provides training programs designed to prepare Airmen for expeditionary missions

  • AETC announces 2008 Gen. Robert Huyser award winners

    Air Education and Training Command officials recently announced the 2008 General Robert "Dutch" Huyser Award winners, recognizing outstanding pilots, navigators, flight engineers, loadmasters and boom operators for sustained excellence in airmanship. These individuals will compete in the next level

  • AETC best in 2008 DOD Fire Emergency Services

    Air Education and Training Command officials recently announced the 2008 Department of Defense Fire Emergency Services Annual Award winners. These individuals and units will compete in the next level of competition. Military fire officer Senior Master Sgt. Russell Eidenschink, 14th Civil Engineer

  • AETC announces 2008 judge advocate general best

    Air Education and Training Command officials recently announced the 2008 Judge Advocate General Award winners. These individuals and units will compete in the next level of competition. Kuhfeld award, judge advocate Maj. Grady A. Crooks, 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall AFB, Fla. Harmon award, Reserve

  • 'Sex Signals' presentation begins Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    The Air Force has designated April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Altus Airmen began discussing and learning about the topic early with the presentation of "Sex Signals" March 30. The largely improvisational program solicits audience participation and tries to address sensitive and awkward

  • Space education seeks prominence

    The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's newly-released special area of emphasis, "Space as a Contested Environment," draws attention to the reality that the United States can and will be challenged in space, and that military education needs modification to address this reality. The overall goal

  • Teamwork ensures Thunderbird performance

    After inclement weather damaged five U.S. Air Force Thunderbird aircraft upon their arrival to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., for the base's air show April 4-5, a display of teamwork happened behind the scenes. Airmen from Air Combat Command, Air Education and Training Command, and Air Force