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21-Jun-18 - Around the Air Force: June 20 On this look Around the Air Force two Airmen are awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, and Airmen train with the U.S. Army and other nations during exercises Rainer War and Swift Response.
20-Jun-18 - Hague, Ovchinin talk ISS mission during presser Surrounded by media representatives and audience members, Col. Nick Hague, NASA astronaut, and Alexey Ovchinin, Russian Roscosmos cosmonaut, discussed their upcoming trip to space during a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, June 18, 2018.
Hague, ovchinin talk ISS mission during presser
20-Jun-18 - Existing Huey bases will receive replacement aircraft The Air Force announced today that each UH-1N Huey location will receive replacement aircraft.
A UH-1N Huey helicopter prepares to land at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. A crew assigned to the 40th Helicopter Squadron from Malmstrom AFB rescued an injured hiker Aug. 10 near Cook City, Mont., just north of the Montana-Wyoming border. (U.S. Air Force photo)
20-Jun-18 - Improved AF-WIN tool helps eligible Airmen meet retraining goals Officials at the Air Force’s Personnel Center recently updated and improved the Air Force Work Interest Navigator, or AF-WIN, tool which helps Airmen who are interested in re-training to identify which Air Force Specialty Codes best fit their strengths and interests.
20-Jun-18 - Vietnam Fighter Pilot Finally Comes Home Maj. James Blair White went missing in Southeast Asia on Nov. 24, 1969. He was finally laid to rest at West Point alongside of his mother, father and brother, June 19, 2018.
Lt. Col. Robert Marsi, West Point Garrison chaplain, led those gathered in prayer at the conclusion of the ceremony and noted what an honor it was to celebrate the life of Maj. White, “an American Hero.” (Courtesy photo)
20-Jun-18 - Officials announce 2018 Outstanding Airmen of the Year winners Air Force officials have named the service’s top enlisted members with the announcement of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year winners for 2018.
Outstanding Airmen
19-Jun-18 - Employee Assistance Program—One-Stop Resource for Support The Air Force’s new Employee Assistance Program provides civilian employees and their families with free, confidential resources and support to help manage normal everyday life challenges that may affect job performance and personal well-being.
Danna Plewe, center, meets with Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, the commander of Air Force Materiel Command, and from left, Jennifer Treat, Patricia Young, AFMC executive director, and David Taylor, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, April 16, 2018.  The group met with Pawlikowski to discuss the Air Force Employee Assistance Program, which is a civilian employee benefit designed to help members and their families manage daily responsibilities and life events.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash)
18-Jun-18 - Eagle Vision program highlights International and Total Force partnership Eagle Vision, a collection of deployable satellite downlink stations that process commercial satellite imagery in near-real time, has enabled Air Force Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief efforts for nearly three decades.
15-Jun-18 - AF Week in Photos This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.
A U.S. Air Force Ceremonial Guardsman prepares to present the colors during the Heritage to Horizons concert at the Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Va., June 8, 2018. The theme was “You Are Not Forgotten,” paying tribute to those who fought, died and were captured or are still missing while defending American and America’s freedoms. (Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz)
14-Jun-18 - Employee Assistance Program provides range of assistance for civilian employees The Air Force Materiel Command Employee Assistance Program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is developed to provide civilian employees confidential resources to help manage normal, everyday life challenges that may affect job performance and personal well-being. EAP services are also available for dependent and other household family members to assist with any life challenges, no matter how large or small, that adversely affect their ability to function successfully in their day-to-day operations.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
11-Jun-18 - Sun sets on Air Force Academy-hosted 2018 Warrior Games As the sun sets behind the Colorado Springs mountaintops, the flame lit ceremoniously a week earlier to signify the official start of the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games is extinguished, bringing to close the eighth annual iteration of the Games on June 9.
Team Air Force wheelchair basketball coach Mark Shepeherd gathers the team around before their game against Team Marine Corps during the Department of Defense Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., June 3, 2018. Wheelchair basketball was developed by World War II U.S. veterans in 1945, and the sport was introduced on the global stage at the Rome 1960 Paralympic Games. Wheelchair basketball retains most major rules and scoring of basketball, but some rules have been modified with consideration for the wheelchair. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Anthony Nelson Jr.)

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