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  • COVID vaccine requirement officially rescinded

    Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin rescinded the Aug. 24, 2021 memorandum mandating that members of the Armed Forces under Department of Defense authority be vaccinated against COVID-19, and the memorandum of Nov. 30, 2021, pertaining to the vaccination of National Guard and Reserve personnel. 

  • Department of the Air Force WAGGI survey release

    The ‘Where Airmen and Guardians Get Information’ survey provides department leaders and communication professionals with insights on how to provide Airmen and Guardians with relevant information through multiple internal and external sources.

  • The basic COVID experience

    One week before COVID-19 precautions were established in response to the world-wide pandemic, a new flight of trainees arrived for basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, March 10, 2020.“We had a normal week of basic training and then everything started to close down,”

  • Controlling the air space through COVID-19

    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Air Force has continued to protect our air space and carry out the mission while facing challenges. To mitigate and prepare for the potential loss of manning of the air traffic controllers in Air Education and Training Command, an ATC rapid response team has

  • Portable exercise equipment ‘working out’ during COVID

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- Physical readiness has long been a priority for the U.S. Air Force, and now as COVID-19 is posing restrictions on fitness centers, portable training units located throughout the base are providing a convenient option for service members.

  • AFJROTC flies, fights and wins vs COVID-19

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets continue to strive and thrive across the nation and around the word despite ever-changing coronavirus constraints.

  • AFJROTC flies, fights and wins vs COVID-19

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets continue to strive and thrive across the nation and around the word despite ever-changing coronavirus constraints.