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  • Ghanaian Airman obtains U.S. citizenship through service, trains future combat aviators

    The road to citizenship for Airman 1st Class Gaddiel Acquaah, a 47th Operations Support Squadron aerospace physiology technician at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, certainly wasn’t without hardships. Now, he plays an important role in Laughlin’s mission of training future combat aviators.
  • Name, rank, service and badges will be more identifiable on OCP

    OCP rank insignia, badges, name, and service tapes will now feature a lighter, three-color background pattern, versus the current seven-color pattern, to increase readability and ease rank recognition.
  • Freedom to choose – A tribute to Juneteenth

    “You can be anything that you want to be, as long as you set your mind to it,” is a saying I always grew up hearing from my mom, teachers, and mentors. As I was born in Columbus, Georgia and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, I did not get a chance to see much of the world.
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  • MDG commander, spouse share culinary skills with Airmen

    Airmen gather in a kitchen exchanging knowledge on cooking skills. Homemade chicken soup was boiling on the stovetop as they shared a sense of community and family. This is how Col. Judy Rattan, the 97th Medical Group commander at Altus Air Force Base, and her husband Chris Rattan, enjoy spending their evenings.
  • Ghanaian Airman obtains U.S. citizenship through service, trains future combat aviators

    The road to citizenship for Airman 1st Class Gaddiel Acquaah, a 47th Operations Support Squadron aerospace physiology technician at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, certainly wasn’t without hardships. Now, he plays an important role in Laughlin’s mission of training future combat aviators.
  • Name, rank, service and badges will be more identifiable on OCP

    OCP rank insignia, badges, name, and service tapes will now feature a lighter, three-color background pattern, versus the current seven-color pattern, to increase readability and ease rank recognition.
  • Freedom to choose – A tribute to Juneteenth

    “You can be anything that you want to be, as long as you set your mind to it,” is a saying I always grew up hearing from my mom, teachers, and mentors. As I was born in Columbus, Georgia and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, I did not get a chance to see much of the world.
  • Commentary: Air Force Culture of Change

    Since culture is a product of history, I believe it can be changed for a better future force.
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