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Story by A1C Crystal Jenkins on 07/05/2018
For individuals who do not qualify for the Single Airman Program, introductory flights can be scheduled throughout the week. Costs can vary depending on the length of flight requested.
Story by Erinn Burgess on 07/05/2018
The expo will include over 20 different vendors showcasing products ranging from cyber security to mission planning, offering military leadership and community members the opportunity to learn about emerging technologies. It is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Bldg. 3109.
Story by 2nd Lt. Justin Davidson-Beebe on 07/03/2018
Johnson, a career prosecutor who has trained hundreds of law enforcement officers and university students on cyberstalking, came to Peterson AFB to brief members on what cyberstalking is and how to prevent it, as well as how to respond to it if it happens, June 27, 2018.
by Maj. Tyrone Streifel and Mr. Michael Bold
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) must be prepared to deploy anywhere in the world, ready to engage an enemy within 36 hours of being called. The command's vision is always to generate speed, agility and security during combat operations, which is a central ethos of the Screaming Eagle culture. There are uncertainties and risks involved in preparing to oppose an unknown peer or near-peer adversary, but counterbalancing those is the confidence that the 101st's Soldiers have in their equipment readiness and their competitive advantages over the enemy. So how does a highly specialized organization like the 101st Airborne Division stay at the cutting edge of warfare?
Story by A1C Joshua Joseph Magbanua on 07/02/2018
Apart from meeting the religious needs of the community, Air Force chaplains also provide private counseling services, sponsor resiliency events for Airmen and their families, and conduct unit visitations.
Story by Eric Durr on 06/29/2018
Private Robert P. Friedman, 22, a New York City native assigned to Company A of the 102nd Engineer Regiment, died as the result of wounds suffered in a German Artillery barrage.
Story by SGT Andrew Kuhn on 06/29/2018
Several hundred miles from her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, Pvt. Kayla Day, a petroleum supply specialist with Company A, 237th Brigade Support Battalion is responsible for managing the storage, shipping and dispensing of bulk fuels to other Ohio Army National Guard units, as they accomplish their nearly two-week-long annual training (AT) at the Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center in Grayling, Mich.
This year, service members in Italy may take the survey from July 1 to July 31.
The survey is designed to collect utility and recurring maintenance expense data incurred by uniformed service members stationed overseas who reside in private housing. The data service members provide assists in determining the Utility/Recurring Maintenance Allowance paid to service members in the country surveyed. All those who receive OHA should participate in the survey no later than close of business July 31.