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  • Air University hosts Japanese air defense leader

    Air University welcomed Gen. Hiroaki Uchikura, Koku-Jieitai (Japan Air Self-Defense Force) Chief of Staff, during the 2024 International Honor Roll event, at Maxwell Air Force Base, 17-20 April, 2024.

  • 49er Cafe provides wholesome meals

    Vera Flores, 49th Force Support Squadron cashier, right, rings up a customer in the 49er Cafe at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, March 27, 2024. The 49er Cafe recently unveiled a new menu featuring a selection of delectable breakfast and lunch items, along with coffee drinks for base personnel.

  • JBSA’s outstanding military youth recognized

    Joint Base San Antonio recognizes exceptional military youth each year, one on each of its three major installations. This year’s honorees are Leandra Garcia, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston’s Youth of the Year; Jasony Ford, JBSA Randolph’s Youth of the Year; and Elizabeth Note, JBSA-Lackland's Youth of the

  • Don't drive distracted

    April is Distracted Driving Awareness month and 47th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) defenders are helping raise awareness of why to not drive distracted.

  • Don't drive distracted

    April is Distracted Driving Awareness month and 47th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) defenders are helping raise awareness of why to not drive distracted.

  • AFCLC’s newest course for CCAF credit focuses on China and Russia

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center’s newest distance-learning course, Introduction to Cultural Domains, takes a sharp focus on the cultures of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Russian Federation and is available for three credit hours through the Community College of the Air Force

  • AFROTC cadets take part in Multi-Detachment Exercise at Pope AAF

    In the early morning hours as the sun crests the horizon, a mixture of cadences can be heard across Pope Army Airfield. The cadences not delivered from active duty personnel, but cadets from seven Air Force Reserve Officer’ Training Corp (ROTC) detachments as they took part in a multi-detachment