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  • Happy 73rd birthday, Air Force!

    Looking at our aircraft now, it may be hard to believe that American air power started with Benjamin Franklin thinking about using hot-air balloons in warfare in 1783.
  • What we have here is a success to communicate

    Like most people during the COVID-19 pandemic, many Air Force employees are working from home to practice social distancing and mitigate the spread of the virus. However, teleworking for Airmen presents unique challenges, such as how to communicate securely. To assist with this issue, members of the 15th Wing TRON team, a subsection of the 15th Wing’s Aloha Spark, focused on software to make communicating without a government system easier. .
  • I felt Powerless to #BeThere to “Protect my Ohana”

    I will never forget the devastating shock. I had no idea she wanted to die—she was smart, beautiful, and quite hilarious. She had expressed excitement about her spring break trip to California to see the Broadway play, Hamilton. Our family was struggling, but what could have made her feel like this?
  • Aloha to the dog days

    The dog days of summer, officially from July 22 through August 22 every year, are thought to be the hottest days of the year. The term surfaced from the ancient Romans, naming the part of the year in respect of their dog constellation, the cluster Sirius.
  • Finance visits becoming easier

    The 15th Comptroller Squadron is implementing a new virtual program to make Air Force finance matters easier.
  • Special warfare gets a level up

    After a 1,500-feet leap of faith to the ground, a Tactical Air Control Party Airman is responsible for directing airstrikes at the right time and place.
  • Civilian Personnel Office: Mission critical, COVID hardened

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Department of Defense works to adjust its policies to keep everyone safe while meeting mission requirements.
  • ‘A call to responsibility’

    The nation, to include the U.S. Department of Defense, is called to address racial disparity following several incidents of racial injustice and police brutality.
  • Beat the heat

    As summer continues and the weather gets hotter, Airmen need to be aware of the risks of outdoor work to stay cool and safe.
  • Seeing in color: A Green Dot special

    The Air Force Green Dot program seeks to decrease interpersonal violence across the service. The interactive training program helps Airmen and civilians intervene in and prevent violence such as sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, and bullying.

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