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  • CRW command recognizes MDG Airmen for aiding alert cycle readiness

    To say thanks for helping the 621st Contingency Response Wing fulfill their alert cycle requirements, the 621st CRW command team presented coins to a few 87th Medical Group Airmen on March 15.
  • Team Fairchild, Spokane County sign first-ever IGSA to enhance defender training

    Representatives from Fairchild Air Force Base, the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office, and the Spokane County Board of Commissioners signed a one-of-a-kind Intergovernmental Support Agreement (IGSA) for the Spokane Regional Indoor Small Arms Range Partnership on March 15, 2021.
  • Third Annual Spring Motorcycle Focus Kick-off

    The third annual Spring PMV-2 Focus, will be held from March 21- May 21, 2021, is intended to highlight motorcycle safety and ensure all Air Force military riders know the requirements. The Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool (MUSTT) and Unit Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR's) are vital in helping Airmen mitigate risks inherent to riding a motorcycle.
  • 34th CTS brings together Total Force partners during GFLR 21-05

    The 34th Combat Training Squadron completed it's latest iteration of Green Flag Little Rock, bringing together a cross-section of Joint and Total Force partners from around the Department of Defense.
  • 22nd AS teams up with 821st CRG to quicken loadmaster qualification training

    Members of the 22nd Airlift Squadron have teamed up with Devil Raiders from the 821st Contingency Response Group to quicken the loadmaster qualification process, while, at the same time, providing training and experience for the CRG’s air transportation specialists. Since the training partnership began at the end of 2020, the 22nd AS has seen up to a 450 percent increase in qualification processing times for their new C-5 Galaxy loadmasters, which comes at an ideal time, as the squadron saw an increase in loadmasters coming into the squadron from their initial training.
  • The Air Force seeks to accelerate efficiency

    As modern warfare continues to evolve, the Air Force has renewed its focus on maintaining secure fuel networks and optimizing operations for maximized combat capability. Over the past year, the Air Force Operational Energy office targeted specific initiatives that aim to increase operational efficiency, incorporate modern technology and processes, and improve sustainment. Furthermore, these efforts have an added benefit of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a critical aspect of the Secretary of Defense’s climate change prioritization. Read the breakdown of our latest accomplishments and how we’re bringing 21st century energy solutions to the Air Force.
  • MacDill’s mobility Airmen exercise Total Force readiness

    Mobility Airmen from the 6th and 927th Air Refueling Wings conducted a Total Force operational readiness exercise here March 4-7. MacDill’s Total Force medical, maintenance, mission support and operations groups undergo precise training and are regularly evaluated in order to ensure that they are prepared and able to execute the nation’s strategic deterrence mission.
  • Self Hall: Honoring the fallen, connecting Airmen to their history

    The 19th Airlift Wing commemorated the renaming of building 714 to “Self Hall” during a dedication ceremony, March 5.
  • New course trains religious support teams for deployed environments

    The first iteration of the Fieldcraft Chaplain Corps Course began March 1-5, 2021, at the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Operations School collocated with the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center headquarters at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.
  • VA coordinator helps navigate military transition to civilian life

    Located on the fifth floor of the base medical clinic, the Department of Veterans Affairs-St. Louis Transition and Care Management office helps retiring and separating servicemembers make the move from military to civilian life by providing VA healthcare registration services for those who are within one year of discharge or retirement.