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  • 22nd AF commander highlights community, innovation during ARMAC military luncheon

    While serving as keynote speaker, Maj. Gen. Craig LaFave, 22nd Air Force commander, took over 600 attendees on a journey to the past, present and future of the Air Force Reserve at the 66th Atlanta Regional Military Affairs Council Military Appreciation Luncheon Tuesday.The annual luncheon, presented by the ARMAC in partnership with the Cobb
  • C-130 crew chief course gets rolling with new GITA

    The Air Force and Air Education and Training Command seeks to improve the quality, speed and relevance of the training enterprise by introducing virtual and augmented reality technology with new ground instructional training aircraft, or GITA.
  • Service Members Civil Relief Act explained

    Many benefits exist to assist service members during their time in service, but a large segment of the military population remains ill-informed concerning some of the most important tools out there. The Service Members Civil Relief Act, passed by congress in 2003, builds upon previous acts that were established to support service members and their families.
  • Dobbins weatherman on Cloud 9 after winning civilian of the year

    DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, Ga. – Lloyd Johnson, 94th Operations Group meteorologist technician, was surprised when he learned from the wing commander recently that he had been awarded Air Force Reserve Command Weather Civilian of the Year. “I didn’t think they were putting me in for a (major command) award,” said Johnson. “I had no idea until the
  • Reserve maintainers take part in Air Force light attack experiment

    Senior Master Sgt. Scott Lopez, the maintenance superintendent for the 476th Maintenance Squadron at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., and Tech. Sgt. Lauren Camarena, an electrical and environmental systems craftsman with the 476 MXS, travelled to Holloman AFB, N.M., for two months in the spring of 2018 to take part in phase II of the Air Force's light attack experiment.
  • CCAF no longer required for promotion

    Due to an update to the enlisted personnel handbook, an associate’s degree from the Community College of the Air Force is no longer required for promotions, however, master sergeants still have to keep education in mind for their enlisted performance reports.
  • Five things you should know about breast cancer

    This October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign designed to educate people on the disease.
  • AF Week in Photos

    This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.
  • MXG welcomes new commander

    DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, Ga. -- It was a special day for Lt. Col. Brad Douglass and his family. Not only did the family see their loved one promoted to the rank of colonel, but they also watched as he assumed command of the 94th Maintenance Group in a ceremony here Saturday. The ceremony was presided over by Brig. Gen. Richard L. Kemble, 94th
  • Air Force leaders say increased funding is improving readiness

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson and Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein thanked Congress for providing the resources necessary to restore the service’s readiness while testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support Oct. 10.