WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense has transitioned to the next phase of recovery efforts in the Philippines in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, DOD spokesman Army Col. Steven Warren said Nov. 25.
KADENA AIR BASE, Japan — Following the devastation throughout the Philippines, due to Super Typhoon Haiyan, which hit six central islands Nov. 8, Kadena Air Base has joined the U.S. Pacific Command in the effort to deliver aid to the country.
John Chapman has joined the staff at DAU/Hill AFB, bringing the local campus staffing to three.
Joining the military is a family tradition for some Airmen, but someone needs to start that tradition. Staff Sgt. Jorge Razo, a weapons system coordinator in the 419th Maintenance Operations Flight, started his family’s trend of serving in the military. Public affairs recently sat down with Razo to learn more about him and why he serves.
As we approach Thanksgiving and the start of the Holiday season, it’s easy to look back upon this past year with a little bit of pessimism.
LOS ANGELES — The vice commander of Air Force Materiel Command offered insight into recent developments and answered questions regarding the command’s restructure efforts and fiscal challenges at the Air Force Association’s 2013 Pacific Air & Space Symposium in L.A., Nov. 22.
Ally’s Kitchen celebrated its official grand opening with a low key ribbon cutting on Nov. 25 in Building 849, Air Logistics Complex headquarters.
Two Air Force video productions won awards at the 23rd International Defence Film Festival in Rome last week, including the “Grand Prix - Plaque of the President of the Italian Republic” award for best overall production, according to a festival press release.
Furloughed employees are experiencing a reduction in pay and should be proactive in preparing for the resulting effects of their financial responsibilities and quality of life. As with any situation in which there is a loss of income, proper financial planning is the key to success. Your immediate action will ensure minimal impact to your financial future. If you have not recently completed an accurate financial assessment or completed a thorough budget review, it would be in your best interest to do so.
Lt. Col. Darin Humiston, returning 729th Air Control commander, greeted a crowd with short remarks followed by cheers from his "Angry Warriors," on Sunday, July 21.
"I am extremely proud of our returning Angry Warriors. I also greatly appreciate the sacrifices of their families. We couldn’t have gotten things done without your support, so thank you for that," said their commander.