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  • A New Home for One of the Brave

    In the early 2000s, escalating tensions in Iraq caused severe damage to the region. Many Iraqi citizens fled the country’s borders, fearing for their lives under Saddam Hussein’s rule. It’s doubtful too many had hopes of one day becoming an American, and even fewer, an American Airman.

Department of Defense

The U.S. Air Force Academy named its airfield today in honor of Air Force Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr., the service's first black general and the commander of the Tuskegee Airmen in Africa and Europe.
Within the framework of the National Defense Strategy, the Defense Department's AI Strategy calls for DOD to take the lead in developing ethical AI guidelines.
In the final competition of the World Military Games in Wuhan, China, Air Force Reserve Maj. Judith Coyle finished the triathlon in 2:10:48 to win a gold medal in the women's senior division and propel her mixed senior team to a silver medal.
Moving from place to place can make it difficult for military spouses to secure employment. This military wife is working on legislation that will remove some of those employment obstacles.
U.S. and Australian defense leaders met at the Pentagon to discuss progress in the Indo-Pacific region and reaffirm decades of 'mateship' between the two nations.
This spring, the secretaries of the Army, Navy and Air Force will meet in New York on the campus of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, for a second series of discussions on the prevention of and response to sexual assault and sexual harassment on college campuses nationwide.