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AF receives top honors for Special Victims’ Counsel Program
The Air Force Special Victims’ Counsel Program received the Federal Service Award April 9 at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. The Federal Service Award honors individuals for their direct service to victims of federal crime.

Tue, 15 Apr 2014 20:01:00 GMT
April 14 - Pulse on AF force management
Pulse on Air Force force management, is an ongoing effort to bring Airmen the latest, most accurate information concerning the complex and dynamic force management programs.

Tue, 15 Apr 2014 17:00:00 GMT
Air Force budget focuses on preserving capability, not aircraft
The debate over force structure reductions outlined in the Air Force’s fiscal year 2015 budget should be about capabilities and missions, not aircraft, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III told the Senate here April 10.

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 19:41:00 GMT
Exchange officer learns to use heart, mind to win friendships abroad
When then-Capt. Paul Morris stepped off the aircraft in Lima, Peru, to report for his first assignment as a foreign exchange officer, he faced three years away from family and friends in an unfamiliar country. Ahead lay uncertainty, accompanied by the tempting sense of adventure and intrigue of the unknown.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 20:09:00 GMT
Airmen: Our greatest strength
The Air Force’s top enlisted Airman, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody, along with top enlisted members of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s subcommittee on personnel, about the impact budget decisions have on the enlisted force, April 9.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 19:53:00 GMT
DOD, AF science and technology leaders testify before Senate
Kevin Gooder, the program integration division chief of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for science, technology and engineering, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s subcommittee on emerging threats and capabilities April 8.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 19:33:11 GMT
Elmendorf dependent recognized as 2014 Air Force Military Child of Year
An 18-year-old Air Force dependent from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, was recognized for his achievements and dedication to service at the Operation Homefront’s Military Child of the Year Awards gala at the Crystal Gateway Marriot here, April 10.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 16:42:00 GMT
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 15:12:00 GMT
F-35 on time to replace previous tactical aircraft
The F-35 Lightning II will enhance combat capabilities, project U.S. power and deter potential adversaries, Air Force officials told members of the Senate Armed Services Committee’s subcommittee on tactical air and land forces in a hearing on tactical aircraft programs there, April 8.

Thu, 10 Apr 2014 20:30:17 GMT
April 8 – Pulse on AF force management
A limited number of Airmen who received notice that their previously approved applications for early retirement had been declined will be given the option to retire if they still desire to do so, officials announced April 8.

Tue, 08 Apr 2014 19:19:30 GMT
April 10 recruitment tweet chat
By the Air Force Public Affairs Agency The Air Force Recruiting Service participated in its eighth “office hours” tweet chat, #AsktheAF on @usairforce, April 10 and received 69 recruitment questions from Twitter followers. During the hour-long Web event, AFRS officials and the Air Force Social Media Team answered questions about enlistment eligibility requirements, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery […]

By the Air Force Public Affairs Agency

The Air Force Recruiting Service participated in its eighth “office hours” tweet chat, #AsktheAF on @usairforce, April 10 and received 69 recruitment questions from Twitter followers. During the hour-long Web event, AFRS officials and the Air Force Social Media Team answered questions about enlistment eligibility requirements, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test scores and other career field-specific questions. The first 31 questions were answered during the tweet chat, but in case you missed it, here are all the questions and answers from the chat.

Q1: How similar is the Air Force’s boot camp training compared to the Navy or Marines?
A1: Each branch is different. Here is a link to read about ours: #AsktheAF

Q2: I’m 17-years-old and live in Nigeria. How can I join the USAF?
A2: You must be a legal resident of the U.S., have a valid Visa, and meet all requirements. #AsktheAF

Q3: I don’t get my braces off until most likely next May. Any chance I can enlist now with a date near then? #AsktheAF
A3: You can begin the process when you’re less than a year away from getting your braces off.

Q4: What does it take to become an officer in the reserves? #AsktheAF
A4: Since this is an active duty site, please refer your question to the Air Force Reserve office. #AsktheAF

Q5: Is it possible to join with a history of depression from over five years ago?
A5: That would be up to the doctor at the MEPS (Military Entrance Processing Station) to determine. Please call a recruiter to inquire about having an evaluation done. #AsktheAF

Q6: What can give me a competitive edge to becoming a pilot?
A6: High GPA (grade point average), high pilot or navigators test scores and overall must be highly qualified. Earning a private pilot’s license and a technical degree will increase your chances of being selected.

Q7: Can I be denied to take the pre-ASVAB if I meet the weight requirements to enter the Air Force?
A7: You must be pre-qualified in order for your recruiter to begin any process with you.

Q8: What score do you need to enter the Air Force?
A8: While the minimum score is 36, a score of 50 plus will allow you to continue processing.

Q9: If someone wanted, can they be sent straight to a conflict after training?
A9: Once you get to your first duty station, the earliest you could see deployment would be 60 days.

Q10: If I wanted to be a recruiter, where would I be sent for training?
A10: Training is located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Tx.

Q11: What’s the best diet or workout to prepare me for BMT?
A11: There’s no set method, but here’s some recommendations:

Q12: As an officer, are we able to still do combat like the enlisted guys?
A12: Yes, all members of the Air Force are eligible to deployment.

Q13: What’s the unit equivalent to the Army’s Delta and the Navy SEALS?
A13: Here is some more information about the Air Force’s Spec Ops units:

Q14: When is the right time to talk to a recruiter?
A14: If you’re interested, there’s no time like the present. Talk to a recruiter once you’re ready.

Q15: There are people with asthma in the military, so if I can pass a respiratory test, could I join the Air Guard?
A15: Since this is an active duty site, please refer your question to the Air Guard

Q16: Apply for an interservice transfer from the Army to USAF as a physician. What do I put on my personal statement? How will it benefit the AF?
A16: Please contact your healthcare professional recruiter for guidance.

Q17: How difficult is it to get a medical waiver for congenital cataracts?
A17: It’s difficult, but the chief medical officer will make that determination.

Q18: Can you tell me anything about what airborne mission system does?
A18: Learn more about airborne mission systems here:

Q19: What is the main reason the Air Force offers such great benefits?
A19: Learn more about the Air Force benefits here:

Q20: What are some current “critical need” jobs in the USAF?
A20: Job demands vary, but placement is based on ASVAB scores, physical, background and credit checks.

Q21: How long does it normally take to book a job and get a ship date in the DEP (Delayed Entry Program)?
A21: It may take three to nine months to book a job, as well as depart to Basic Military Training.

Q22: I’m home schooled. Can I still join the Air Force?
A22: A diploma issued to a graduate of a home school program must meet a variety of requirements, but yes, they can.

Q23: How difficult is it to become a drone operator? Are stresses different for them than other pilots?
A23: Each aspect has their own unique situations, but applicants are assigned an aircraft based on qualifications.

Q24: Does CAP (Civil Air Patrol) roll give me an advantage at being in the Air Force?
A24: Earning the Billy Mitchell, Amelia Earhart, or Carl Spaatz award will give you the advantage of being an E-3.

Q25: What is basic training like?
A25: Learn more about BMT here:

Q26: I leave July 1st for BMT, what should I prepare for BMT?
A26: Learn more about preparing for BMT here:

Q27: Any special requirements for an AFOSI (Air Force Office of Special Investigations) job?
A27: OSI is not an entry level career field. You must apply for it as retraining.

Q28: Would one be better off getting a degree, then joining as an officer or becoming one after enlisted.
A28: That is a personal choice, and would depend on your goals.

Q29: What does the timeline look like after tech school? Will I know where I’ll be going before I graduate?
A29: After BMT you go straight to tech school. You’ll get orders to your first base about two to three weeks before graduating tech school.

Q30: In what ways will graduating BMT with War Hawk benefit me?
A30: You get an award at BMT and more liberties over graduation weekend.

Q31: Where can I go to sign up for the Air Force?
A31: Your local AF recruiter will assist you. Find a recruiter here:

Q32: If your in the DEP program as an enlisted member, can I change it to become an officer?
A32: You must be discharged from the DEP to apply. However, OTS selection boards have been suspended until further notice.

Q33: I’m leaving for BMT and I would like to become an officer sometime in my career. What is the best way to do so?
A33: Get your bachelor degree, get a 3.0 GPA or higher and then apply. Once you meet the requirements, you can apply.

Q34: If my AFSC (Air Force Specialty Code) is going to be security forces, can I still help out at the base chapel?
A34: You can inquire about volunteer work once you arrive at your first base.

Q35: If my husband and I both join, will we be deployed at the same time?
A35: Deployments are based off of the AF’s needs, so you could deploy at the same or different times.

Q36: How does someone get recommended for the PJs (pararescue jumpers)?
A36: Meet requirements and pass the PAST test (Physical Ability and Stamina Test):

Q37: When you go to MEPS do they try and correct your visual acuity to 20/20 or should I get an eye exam before heading to MEPS?
A37: The MEPS cannot correct your visual acuity. You must contact an Ophthalmologist for review.

Q38: How does college credits help you rank coming into the Air Force?
A38: Earning college credits may provide you advanced rank. Please contact an Air Force recruiter.

Q39: What are some of the roles of CROs (combat rescue officer) in deployment today?
A39: You can find out more about a CRO at

Q40: Once you graduate from the USAFA (United States Air Force Academy) and go to UPT (undergraduate pilot training), can you fly with the Guard, or do you have to go to active duty?
A40: If you graduate from USAFA and UPT, you will serve in the active AF. You may transfer or join the Air National Guard after you’ve completed your Military Service Obligation.

Q41: Is BMT really hard?
A41: Each individual has different experiences at Basic Military Training, but it’s not considered easy.

Q42: Is it alright to go to MEPS before I finish High School?
A42: Your Air Force recruiter will schedule you for a MEPS appointment when you meet the requirements to process.

Q43: How can someone switch between branches?
A43: By contacting an Air Force recruiter to determine your qualifications, and to see if the Air Force’s Prior Service Program is accepting applications.

Q44: What can I do to prepare myself for EOD (explosive ordnance disposal)?
A44: You must first contact an Air Force recruiter to determine your qualifications. You can learn more about EOD on

Q45: How difficult is it to become a K-9 handler if you’re in security forces?
A45: Once you have earned your five skill level in security forces, and meet the requirements, you may apply.

Q46: What jobs can you get if you’re mildly colorblind?
A46: Provided you meet vision requirements, your recruiter has a list of jobs which you may qualify for.

Q47: Any specific advantages to flying helicopters in the Air Force, rather than the Army.
A47: After talking with recruiters from each service and establishing your goals, it’s up to you to make that decision. Also, the type of helicopter you want to fly should be considered.

Q48: How long is the average deployment?
A48: Average length of deployment is 120 -180 days, based on mission requirements and the needs of the Air Force.

Q49: What military careers do you have in the Air Force that involve technology?
A49: The Air Force is highly technological, and you can read about all careers on

Q50: Is it better to join through the ROTC due to cutbacks or should I join when I graduate from college?
A50: College ROTC (reserve officer training corp), and applying for OTS (officers training school) are both sources of commissioning, & both are highly competitive. Your choice is a personal decision.

Q51: What kind of job openings could I have with an ASVAB score of 78?
A51: You must also qualify in one of the four aptitude areas; mechanical, administrative, general, or electronics to determine the job you may train and serve in, as well as passing a physical examination.

Q52: Can a non-citizen H4 visa holder join the Air Force?
A52: You must be residing in the U.S. legally and possess an INS Form I-151/551 also known as a “Green Card.” You must also meet the requirements to enlist in the Air Force.

Q53: Do we have proud deaf people in the Air Force?
A53: All individuals serving in the Air Force must meet different frequency hearing requirements, depending upon the job they qualify to train and serve in.

Q54: What is the length of 2A6X1 – aerospace propulsion technical school? I heard it was cut short?
A54: The length of your technical training depends upon the type of aircraft, and engine you will specialize in. Length of training can range from 34-61 days.

Q55: I’m 31 and I got a 77 on the ASVAB. Can I enlist?
A55: You must enlist and be in Basic Military Training prior to your 28th Birthday. Please contact the Air National Guard or Air Force Reserve.

Q56: Can you be a single parent on active duty?
A56: Yes, provided you meet the requirements to enlist in the Air Force. Please see an Air Force recruiter for information and guidance.

Q57: If I didn’t get accepted for an ROTC scholarship, can I still apply for the ROTC classes.
A57: Yes, speak to your guidance counselor regarding college level aerospace science courses.

Q58: If I’m a Lt. Col. in AFJRROTC (Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps). Is there a possibility of earning the rank of general?
A58: Yes, there is always the possibility of becoming a general in the Air Force, provided you meet all career milestones.

Q59: How long does it take to become a combat controller?
A59: Technical training is approximately 179 days. However, follow-on training, and location, is dependent upon career progression.

Q60: What is life like for an Air Force photographer?
A60: The Air Force provides a quality of life unmatched, to include education, training, travel, and much more.

Q61: Have the two year weather hubs been eliminated for 1W031 (weather observer).
A61: Since this concerns someone already in the Air Force, we recommend you talk to your career functional manager.

Q62: What could a person who was disqualified by MEPS for a high stigmatism do in order for their file to be reactivated for DEP?
A62: You may need a chief medical officer review at the MEPS to provide you an eligibility determination or possibly a waiver. Please contact your AF recruiter for more information and guidance.

Q63: I know I have to serve a four-year enlistment, but how long do I have to serve if I go to AF ROTC in college?
A63: If you are commissioned through AF ROTC, you will incur a four year military service obligation with the U.S. Air Force.

Q64: Is being part of pararescue dangerous?
A64: Any job can be dangerous. However, the training one receives to serve as a pararescueman, always focuses on safety, and the hazards of the job.

Q65: I want to join, but my family doesn’t want me to. What do I do?
A65: It is important that you share your intentions with your family. You may sit down together with an Air Force recruiter, or share with them, so that they are more aware of your goals and ambitions.

Q66: What fighter aircraft are the most new pilots being assigned to?
A66: There is no way of knowing this information as it is ever-changing and based on the needs of the Air Force.

Q67: Do you get paid extra for being stationed at a northern-tiered base?
A67: You are not paid more for being stationed at an Air Force base in the northern United States.

Q68: Do any jobs require being pepper sprayed as part of the training?
A68: Security forces personnel may be exposed to pepper spray for training and awareness.

Q69: Can I take the ASVAB if I’m only 17?
A69: Yes, you can take the ASVAB if you are 17 years of age.

If you have more questions, feel free to ask them during our next Air Force Recruiting tweetchat April 24.

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 22:17:23 +0000
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 15:12:00 GMT
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

Fri, 04 Apr 2014 16:59:29 GMT
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

Fri, 28 Mar 2014 14:49:31 GMT
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

Fri, 21 Mar 2014 16:34:00 GMT
Air Force Week in Photos
This week's photos feature Airmen around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America.

Tue, 11 Mar 2014 12:58:00 GMT
April 14 update - Pulse on AF force management

New eligibility criteria, application deadlines and status updates are all featured in this force management update, an ongoing effort to bring Airmen the latest, most accurate information concerning the complex and dynamic force management programs.

Additional TERA, VSP windows

The Air Force will open two new fiscal year 2014 temporary early retirement authority application windows and a new voluntary separation pay application window. The first window, planned for April 15-May 13, is for Airmen who were unable to apply during the original application window due to previously unwaiverable active duty service commitments, deployment status or because they were serving on a short tour.
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 04:58:00 EST
LQA debt collections begin May 4

The U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Force Africa vice commander hosted a town hall here April 11 to update civilian employees affected by the 2013 living quarters allowance audit.

"We will continue to stand by your side to assist you as much as possible," said Lt. Gen. Tom Jones, USAFE-AFAFRICA vice commander. "This is a very sensitive issue, and we are committed to getting to the best possible outcome."
Members from the USAFE-AFAFRICA personnel office and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service met with employees to give updates and provide information on several issues still affecting the employees, including impending debt collection.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:29:44 EST
Knowing is half the battle

Operations security is the safeguarding of information that, if disseminated to the general public, could cause a threat or bring harm to military members or property. This is something that not only military members should think about, but also family members wherever they are, to include at home.

Bad OPSEC practices can lead to mission degradation and put lives at risk, while smart OPSEC habits can help ensure safe mission continuation.

In order to be able to contribute to OPSEC success all members should be familiar with the wing and unit critical information list. These lists are designed to capture information deemed most important to protect. At a minimum family members here at Incirlik should know the basics and receive family consolidated CIL cards.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:01:00 EST
Poland, US strengthen defense ties through rotational training

After two weeks of Polish armed forces and U.S. personnel working shoulder-to-shoulder and building partner capacity as NATO allies, training has come to close April 12 here at the U.S. Air Force Aviation Detachment.

Throughout the two-week combined forces training, Polish armed forces and U.S. personnel from 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, traded techniques and tactics through personnel drops, joint precision air delivery system and container delivery system bundle drops, grass-strip tactical landings and observation flights.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 09:58:10 EST
Lajes Airmen medevac U.S. Navy Sailor

First responders from the 65th Medical Group and a U.S. Navy flight crew work together during a medical evacuation mission here, April 11, Lajes Field, Azores. A U.S. Navy Sailor required medical evacuation to Lajes Field due to acute abdominal pain. First responders with the 65th Medical Group provided emergent care to the Sailor before the patient was transferred to a local hospital for care. The 65th MDG provides and arranges for healthcare to Team Lajes and all expeditionary forces.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 06:59:06 EST
NCOA instructors commemorate 'spirits of the past'

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 10:50:20 EST
Dacian Viper 2014: US, Romanian air forces partner for 2-week exercise

U.S. and Romanian Airmen met during the Dacian Viper 2014 opening ceremony at the 71st Air Base in Campia Turzii, Romania, April 10, 2014.

Romanian air force Cmdr. Petrus Marian, 71st AB commander; Cmdr. Adrian Motorga, 711th Squadron commander; and U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Christopher Austin, 510th Fighter Squadron commander, greeted the crowd as a dozen Romanian reporters captured the ceremony's events.

From April 10-17, 71st AB and 31st Fighter Wing Airmen will conduct bilateral training to enhance interoperability and readiness through combined air operations, including air-to-air, air-to-ground and joint tactical air controller training.
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 06:59:00 EST
Langley AFB F-22s partner with Kadena F-15s, JASDF

F-22 Raptors from the 94th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron stationed at Langley Air Force Base, Va., partnered with 44th Fighter Squadron F-15 Eagles and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force out of Naha Air Base April 4.

For the first time since the F-22s arrived on Kadena in January, the three units trained on defensive counter-air and multi-lateral integration operations in order to improve interoperability and bolster readiness.

"I think we've made great strides throughout the course of my career in making sure we can execute jointly and execute with a coalition, and nothing but goodness can come out of it because if we do end up going to war, that's the way we're going to fight," said Lt. Col. Darren Gray, 94th EFS F-22 instructor pilot. "We're always ready, but even more so after deployments like this."
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 02:15:40 EST
Wolf Pack weapons to load up pen-wide competition

Every year, weapons load crews from the South Korean peninsula gather to compete for the title of the best in Korea; but how did Kunsan's 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons loaders get there?

Two teams, one from the 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and another from the 80th AMU, were chosen to represent the Wolf Pack during the annual competition held at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Apr.26, 2014.

"First of all, I would have to say I'm proud of the manner in which all of our weapons load crews perform each and every day," said Chief Master Sgt. Shawn Hughes, 8th Maintenance Group wing weapons manager. "The crews put a lot of time and effort into preparing for each competition, but due to the magnitude of the Peninsula Load Competition, each load crew will practice the load multiple times preparing themselves both physically and mentally."
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:51:39 EST
Civilian Personnel Can Stay Fit, Too

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 12:45:04 EST
Holocaust National Days of Remembrance Event

The Soldiers of Company L, 157th Regiment, 45th Division arrived at the Nazi concentration camp gates and saw they were locked. They scaled the walls and took out the guards. When they had liberated the camp, what the Soldiers saw brought many of them to tears of sorrow and anger. How could a human do this do another human?

April 29, 1945, at 7:30 a.m., marks the 69th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany. Less than three months after Dachau was liberated, a frontline medic from the 71st Infantry Division arrived to assess the cleanup effort. After 92 days of combat, his unit had traveled more than 1,060 miles and had taken 108,000 Prisoners Of War. What this medic saw would change his life forever. His name was Alvin Fleetwood. Fleetwood, a World War II veteran, was recently the keynote speaker for Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson's Holocaust National Days of Remembrance event at the Frontier Theater on JBER-Richardson, April 10.
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 19:35:07 EST
Dental lab technicians create smiles one tooth at a time

When service members seek medical attention for broken teeth or dental damage prevention, the first thing that comes to their mind is to see a dentist.

The 673d Dental Squadron provides comprehensive dental care for active duty personnel.

Once a patient is seen, the dentist will provide the dental lab an impression of the prescription they need to make.

The dental lab works behind the scenes creating fixed and removable prosthodontics and acrylic appliances.
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 18:26:37 EST
15th MDG Airmen take on Army medic course

Four Airmen from the 15th Medical Group recently had the unique opportunity to attend the Army's Expert Field Medical Badge course at Schofield Barracks.

The two-week course, held March 31 through April 11, tested an attendees' medical aptitude through a series of rigorous mental and physical tests. Upon completion of the course, students are awarded the highly sought-after Army Expert Field Medical Badge--and ultimate bragging rights.

The prestigious award has a passing rate of five to 25 percent, making it one of the most difficult badges to earn in the U.S. Army and most definitely the most difficult in the U.S. Army Medical Corps.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 22:34:53 EST
Royal Australian Air Force Commodore visits JBPHH

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 15:14:31 EST
90th FS Pilots, equipment tested at Tyndall AFB

Air Force Capt. William Albert could feel the missile bay door opening on his F-22 Raptor as the Air Intercept Missile-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile was launched outside, the rocket motor then engaged, giving the missile speed and shooting it out into the sky near Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., March 19, 2014.

The target was an orange, remotely-piloted, BGM-167A Subscale Aerial Target, designed as an evasive target for fighter jets during a Weapon System Evaluation Program at Tyndall Air Force Base. Twelve jets and more than 200 people, including 25 pilots, went to Tyndall Air Force Base to evaluate everything from procedures to equipment.
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 13:28:57 EST
Defenders, Devils defend base together

Eighth Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen geared up and enclosed the 8th CES compound with barbed wire for a training exercise conducted Apr. 10, 2014 at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. The 8th Security Forces Squadron defenders trained the Red Devils on communication tactics, apprehending suspects and manning defensive postions. The goal of the day-long training was to allow for more Wolf Pack members to be trained and ready to defend the base should additional forces ever be needed.
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 01:31:13 EST
Airmen begin removal of 'Old-100' B-52D at Arc Light Memorial

Thu, 10 Apr 2014 23:26:50 EST
Experienced Lawyers in Defense Base Compensation Claims

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