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  • A Legacy of Service and Family: MSgt Neely

    Master Sgt. Adam Neely, 97th Security Forces Squadron superintendent of logistics readiness, culminated his 21 years of service being retired by his daughter, 1st Lt. Samantha Collins, 81st Medical Group practice manager, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, May 18, 2024.

  • The Last Bone

    After a lifetime of commitment to the protection of thousands of lives at home and abroad; Military Working Dog Afra earned her forever home and symbolic "last bone", after 56 dog years of honorable service on Nov. 7, 2023.

  • ARPC offers services through Reserve Retirement Counseling Cell

    The Air Reserve Personnel Center Reserve Retirement Counseling Cell began initial operating capability June 1, 2023. The RRCC is a resource for Reserve Airmen to help answer individual member questions about military retirement, such as estimated retirement pay, Reduced Retirement Pay Age, the

  • AETC International Affairs director reflects on 41 years of service

    A 28-year active duty career is a significant accomplishment for anyone, but for George Gagnon, 28 years was only the beginning. Now 15 years later, Gagnon, the director of International Affairs for Air Education and Training Command, has capped off his 41 years of continual service to the U.S. Air

  • Lofton set to retire after 30 years of service

    82nd Training Group Commander Col. John C. Lofton III's Air Force journey will end where it began as he is set to hang up his uniform and leave the Air Force from the very place he started more than 30 years ago. He will relinquish command during a ceremony on July 7, 2022, and retire on a later

  • Haas set to hang up flight suit after almost 27 years of service

    Col. Robert F. Haas Jr.’s life has admittedly been full of unplanned journeys. His almost 27-year adventure as an Air Force officer and aviator will come to a close June 24, 2022, when he relinquishes command of the 80th Flying Training Wing here and retires from the service.