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  • Marines look to adopt Team 432 HPT program

    Leadership from Head Quarters Marine Corps, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, worked with Airmen from the 25th Attack Group’s Human Performance Team members to gain an understanding on the HPT and see how they can implement the program into the U.S. Marine Corps, at Shaw Air Force Base, South

  • MQ-9 Pilot participates in CENTAT

    Operations within the remotely piloted aircraft enterprise are proving to be essential in the advancement of tactics and procedures in the joint environment. For the first time, an MQ-9 Reaper pilot joined intelligence analysts in the Air Forces Central Tactics Analysis Team (CENTAT).

  • Chaplain wins distinguished service award

    U.S. Air Force Capt. James Taylor, 432d Wing/432d Air Expeditionary Wing Deputy Wing Chaplain, was awarded the 2021 Military Chaplains Association Distinguished Service Award Oct. 2021, for his dedication and service during his previous assignment at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

  • Paradigm Shift: A Year in Review

    Moments of transitions are often noted with a mixture of pain, joy, and anticipation, and the Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) community seems to have found itself at such a point in the last few months.

  • Fifteenth Air Force Command Team visit Team 432

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael G. Koscheski, Fifteenth Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Sonia Lee, 15th AF command chief, visited with Team 432 personnel at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, Dec 7.

  • Team 432 Chaplain’s legacy lives on

    Whether it’s working as a United States Air Force chaplain, a U.S. Army Apache helicopter pilot, an enlisted airborne infantryman, a husband or even a father, Matthew Mendenhall dedicated his career to loving and caring for others.

  • AFOQT: Breaking the Language Barrier

    The Department of the Air Force recently made changes to its qualifying test for officers. By reducing the mandatory delay between tests from 180 to 90 days and allowing for ‘super-scoring’ of test subcategories, much like college SAT and ACT scoring, DAF is making headway in modernizing its