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Defense Health Agency makes progress

As the Defense Health Agency approaches its one-year anniversary Oct. 1, it has already saved money and standardized health care in the Defense Department, said Dr. Jonathan Woodson, the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs.


Voting now open for American Airman Video Contest

Voting for the 2014 American Airman Video Contest is now open and runs until Aug. 22 at 3 p.m. (CDT).


Academy introduces computer network security major

Even as the U.S. Air Force Academy has reduced the number of majors it offers recently, it has instituted a new program aimed at helping the Air Force fly, fight and win in cyberspace.


Air Force Marathon seeks more volunteers

The Air Force Marathon is still in need of volunteers to assist with the upcoming race, the desired number of volunteers is 2,300.


USecAF visits with Spangdahlem Airmen

Under Secretary of the Air Force Eric Fanning recently visited Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, and spoke with Airmen during an all call, which he kicked off by complimenting their attention to detail.


AF implements static EPR closeout dates, eliminates change of reporting

The first in a series of changes to the enlisted evaluation and promotion systems announced July 31 will include implementation of The SCOD also drives adjusted active-duty promotion eligibility cutoff dates for promotion to technical and master sergeants; all other grades are unchanged.


AF ‘Hurricane Hunters’ help with rescue efforts, data research during Hawaii deployment

As Hawaii recovers from the one-two punch from Hurricanes Iselle and Julio, the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, better known as the Air Force Reserve’s Hurricane Hunters, spent close to a week providing hurricane reconnaissance support, as well as helping with rescue efforts and data research.


Environmental teams answer ‘Call to Future’

As the Air Force takes a 30-year look ahead in the recently released strategy document, “America’s Air Force: A Call to the Future,” environmental teams are already helping ensure installations are prepared for operations in 2045 and beyond using the Environmental Management System.


Altus breaks ground for KC-46A construction

Officials broke ground on a new construction project on Altus Air Force Base, Okla., Aug. 7. The ceremony marked the beginning of a months-long effort to prepare for the arrival of the newest refueling aircraft in the Air Force fleet, the KC-46A Pegasus.


Change of close out dates and elimination of change of reporting official report phase-out begins with technical sergeants

The chief of staff and chief master sergeant of the Air Force announced in July a series of changes to the enlisted evaluation and promotion system which will focus on ensuring job performance is the most important factor when evaluating and identifying Airmen for promotion.

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