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Jamal Braxton poses on the track at Northridge High School in Layton, Utah, March 21. Braxton recently was named the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year. (Air Force photo/Todd Cromar) Air Force Child of the Year exemplifies volunteerism, leadership
Jamal Braxton, the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year Award recipient, has excelled in multiple varsity sports at Northridge High School in Layton and holds a bright future with his acceptance into the U.S. Air Force Academy, but Braxton likes to focus most on his experiences as a volunteer with the Red Cross and the Airman and Family Readiness Center while living abroad in Germany and during his last three years living here.
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From the left, Capt. Benjamin Kuethe, Assistant Chief Kevin Caudill, Lt. Benjamin Roundtree and Paramedic Micheal Bruce pose for a photo at the Utah Test and Training Range, March 23. Ron D'Andrea was unavailable. (Courtesy photo) UTTR firefighters provide aid in I-80 baby delivery
Utah Test and Training Range firefighters are becoming well practiced at a real-world skill appreciated by moms: child delivery.
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Ground crews walk around the Indonesian F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft to ensure everthing is looking good prior to departure.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Hill AFB regenerates F-16s for Indonesian Air Force
The fifth of six "ferry cells" to deliver F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft from the Ogden Air Logistics Complex to the Indonesian Air Force departed Hill AFB earlier this week.
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Default Air Force Logo AFMC leaders craft new command vision and goals, strive for more agility, cost effectiveness
A revised vision statement and updated goals reinforce Air Force Materiel Command's continuous push to find more ways to be agile and cost effective in providing war-winning support to the warfighter.
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U.S. Air Force F-35 test pilot, Lt. Col. Kevin "Sonar" Hall, departs Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on a functional check flight March 9 in a Navy F-35C Lightning II. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Ogden ALC completes F-35 milestone
The Ogden Air Logistics Complex accomplished another “first” in support of the F-35 Lightning II program. A U.S. Navy F-35C – carrier variant – was delivered to Edwards AFB, Calif., on March 13, making the Ogden ALC the first maintenance depot to receive, modify and deliver all three F-35 variants.
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Default Air Force Logo CSAF Statement on Wingman Conduct
People are the foundation of our Air Force. Our mutual support for each other is based on dignity, respect and trust ... a Wingman culture. As Wingmen we must continuously demonstrate courage and strength of character to do and say the right things, at the right times, to protect each other ... there is no other acceptable option.  When Airmen fail
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(U.S. Air Force illustration by Ed Aspera) WR-ALC best in Air Force for second consecutive year
The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has been honored for the second consecutive year as the top depot maintenance unit in the Air Force.The complex was named the winner of the 2016 Air Force Maintenance Effectiveness Award, Depot Category in an email announcement from the Pentagon  March 2. WR-ALC earned the same honor for fiscal 2015. “Only
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Dana Stanley, Air Logisitics Complex Director of Staff, and Chris Welchel, ALC Readiness chief, listen to Virginia Dyer, ALC Personnel Security lead, as she discusses some of the charted process review within the "Walk the Wall" review on Feb. 28, 2017 at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kelly Goonan/released) ALC team uses Art of the Possible to boost security program
An operations management revolution that spurred aircraft production is now propelling the personnel security program for the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex.Facing an increased workload, a team of six workers in the complex’s Management Operations Office Readiness Section has dramatically increased work volume through application of the Art of
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An artist's rendering of the new Utah Science Technology and Research Innovation Center being constructed at Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park located at Hill Air Force Base.  The USTAR Innovation Center will focus on providing the tools and resources needed to support start-up companies in maturing and commercializing their technology. Once complete, the new facility will house approximately 8,000 square feet of office space and state-of the art labs, and 13,000 square feet of space dedicated to both manufacturing and research and development projects. Developer begins construction on USTAR innovation center at Hill AFB, foresees ‘Silicon Hill’
Developers at Hill Air Force Base are breaking ground on another new construction project this week, creating more space for new jobs near the base. Air Force and Utah officials, participated in a ceremony March 3 to mark the progress at Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park.  The new 21,000 square foot building will be leased by the Utah
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In his Feb. 1 address to the Oklahoma State Board of Regents, Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II holds up a photo of PT-13 Stearman biplanes, used as a basic trainer for teaching pilots how to fly at the end of World War I and the beginning of World War II. He said that because the services neglected to keep up with technology, U.S. pilots weren’t prepared for the type of aerial combat they would encounter in the Pacific. (Air Force photo by Darren D. Heusel) AFSC commander discusses need for STEM ecosystem with State Regents
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II recently met with the Oklahoma State Board of Regents to address the shortage of science, technology, engineering and math graduates. He says one way to address that shortage is to develop an ecosystem that spans one’s entire educational experience.
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