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  • Chaplains in training visit Spangdahlem

    Seminary students go through a lengthy process prior to becoming ministers, and the training is even more in-depth to become military chaplains.U.S. Air Force 2nd Lieutenants Madison Hayes and Lennox Vu, Readiness and Integration Organization Detachment 5 Chaplain Candidate Program candidates, visited Spangdahlem Air Base this summer in preparation
  • A-10s deploy to Romania for Operation Atlantic Resolve

    Twelve U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt IIs deployed as a 90-day theater security package in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve to Campia Turzii, Romania, March 30.As part of the deployment, the U.S. and Romanian air forces will be flying together over the plateaus in the heart of Transylvania for Dacian Thunder 2015.The U.S. Air Force's 354th
  • Luxembourg, US leaders commemorate Battle of the Bulge

    Nearly 200 Luxembourgers and Americans observed the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge during a commemorative ceremony at Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial in Luxembourg, Dec. 16, 2014.Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg; Xavier Bettel, prime minister of Luxembourg; Robert Mandell, U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg; U.S. Air Force Gen.
  • Don't stand by

    Every Airman is taught to bring a Wingman whenever going out. Wingmen should help each other make good decisions and keep each other safe, but what happens if a Wingman isn't paying attention, or feels uncomfortable stepping in when something is not right? A recent DoD survey found that junior enlisted bystanders are the least likely to step
  • Wingman test: pass or fail

    What would you do? The DoD received 5,061 reports of alleged sexual assult in 2013 with more than 54 percent involving service member-on-service member crime. Every Airmen is responsible for stepping in when something is not right, even in seemingly awkward situations. We all have a role in combating sexual assault. It is essential that every
  • Pride Month Celebrates Service of LGBT Personnel

    The Defense Department and the nation depend every day on the service of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender personnel, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said today."They are an integral part of our armed forces and our Department of Defense and our nation."Speaking at the DoD Pride Month ceremony at the Pentagon, Work recalled that for far too
  • New Roll Call released: CMSAF addresses sexual assault prevention

    In his latest's Roll Call, the Air Force's senior enlisted Airman talked about having the commitment and courage to eradicate sexual assault from the Air Force.Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody charged Airmen with the personal responsibility to stand up for what's right, and to look out for one another's best interests."Every Airman
  • SecAF: AF committed to preventing sexual assault

    In observation of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James released a video charging all Airmen to join senior leaders and take action against sexual assault."General Welsh, Chief Cody and I are committed to an Air Force where everyone is valued and treated with dignity and respect," James said. "We will continue
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