Pride Month: Mission committed and focused
In 2021, Juneteenth was officially declared a federal holiday in the United States, further solidifying its significance and the importance of acknowledging the legacy of slavery.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III recognizes the LGBTQ+ service members' contributions to national security during Pride Month.
The Female Fitment Program continues to influence daily life and duty for female Airmen, moving history forward for generations of women.
Throughout the upcoming months, a Barriers to Service Cross-Functional Team is examining existing policies and procedures to ensure they reflect the service members needed for the future.
The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host the third annual Department of the Air Force Virtual Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium March 8-10.
The Department of The Air Force and the Black/African American Employment Strategy Team hosted a Black History Month event at the General Jacob E. Smart Conference Center.
‘Accelerating the Legacy’ is an annual event hosted by Joint Base Charleston that honors the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen by developing today’s aviators and empowering the next generation of Airmen and aviators.
The Air Force has selected Howard University to lead a university affiliated research center.
The DAF values mentorship as an enterprise imperative and is committed to increasing deliberate mentoring for Total Force Airmen and Guardians.