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  • Air Force Services Center launches Air Force Gaming

    Air Force Gaming made its official debut Nov. 11, under the Air Force Services Center with a new intramural e-sports program. AFG is focused on supporting the Air Force’s resiliency and retention efforts through the creation of a global esports program that brings Airmen and Space Professionals

  • 432nd WG firefighter saves life in-flight, awarded for valor

    It’s a firefighter’s day-to-day to answer the call when an emergency hits. For John Orosz, 432nd Support Squadron fire emergency services captain, it isn’t any different. A firefighter and emergency medical technician of 15 years, he has been trained to be prepared for the unexpected.

  • Creech conducts MWD retirement

    Lt. Col. Kevin, 432nd Security Forces Squadron commander, presents a certificate of retirement to Jimy, 432nd SFS military working dog, and his handler Tech. Sgt. Luis, 432nd SFS MWD handler, at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, Nov. 13, 2020. Jimy served as an MWD for more than eight years. (U.S. Air

  • Coalition VIRTUAL FLAG: joint and coalition partners train as they fight

    The 705th Combat Training Squadron, home of Air Combat Command's Distributed Mission Operations Center, recently hosted one of the world's largest virtual air combat exercises at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. Coalition VIRTUAL FLAG 21‑1 ran at distributed locations across the globe, October

  • Celebrating Thanksgiving Safely

    Traditional Thanksgiving gatherings with family and friends are fun but can increase the chances of getting or spreading COVID-19 or the flu. Follow these tips to make your Thanksgiving holiday safer.

  • TACPs prove themselves at 2020 Lightning Challenge

    The year 2020 has come with a number of challenges, and this year’s Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Lightning Challenge was one to remember.The TACP Lightning Challenge pits teams of two TACP specialists from squadrons across the Air Force in a series of physical, technical and military challenges

  • 89th ATKS brings the future faster with DMO accreditation

    In 2005, the U.S. Air Force harnessed the power of technology to allow groups of Airmen across the world to train together on virtual battlefields; all without leaving their unit. Now, with the recent accreditation of the 89th Attack Squadron at Ellsworth Air Force, South Dakota, Remotely Piloted