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  • Sword Athena 2021 launches with virtual ceremony

    Air Combat Command launched the second iteration of its Sword Athena (SA) leadership development & action-oriented event with a virtual ceremony, March 23, 2020.  Over the next 60 days, nominees from across the command will work to solve stressors for Airmen and their families identified after last year’s event, through online crowdsourcing, and nominees’ experiences while collaborating in Mission Area Working Groups (MAWGs).
  • Department of the Air Force launches Family Vector website

    The Department of the Air Force launched a new website today, giving Exceptional Family Member Program families direct access to decision-making information related to medical programs, assignments or other support resources. Service and family members can now obtain information without using a Common Access Card at the DAF Family Vector site at https://daffamilyvector.us.af.mil. There are several other platforms available for service members, but all require the CAC.
  • CMSAF Bass part of AETC virtual mentorship ‘Panel of Mentors’ May 25; registration open now

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne Bass, along with other senior enlisted leaders, will share her personal perspective on mentoring and the impact it has made on her personal life and career as part of virtual panel May 25. Registration for “From Good to Great through Personal Perspectives:  A Panel of Mentors” is now open. To register for the event and get the ZoomGov link, email HQAETC.A1DF.CivForceDev@us.af.mil.  Registration closes May 21 and is limited to 1000 people.
  • 319th Reconnaissance Wing brings new ISR capabilities to II Marine Expeditionary Force

    Pilots and sensor operators from 348th Reconnaissance Squadron provided RQ-4 Global Hawk support to II Marine Expeditionary Force’s 2nd Intelligence Battalion’s field exercise February 2021, held at Bouge, North Carolina.
  • ADLS training transitions to “myLearning” in first step for new force development learning management system

    As part of Air Education and Training Command’s efforts to aggressively and cost-effectively modernize education and training, Airmen and Guardians can access the “myLearning” digital platform on the Air Force Portal beginning March 18, with the first phase consisting of a modernized and interactive training platform that allows Airmen to access training modules previously found on the Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS).
  • New hairstyle options now available for female Airmen

    Female Airmen have new hairstyle options as of Feb. 10, and Basic Military Training instructors are ready to teach, demonstrate and enforce the new hair standards. #ReserveReform
  • Transition to Lincoln starts with first aircraft arrival

    Normally a 55th Wing OC-135 Open Skies aircraft landing and taxiing to its parking spot is no a big deal, but this particular landing on Feb. 1, 2021, was unlike any other. This flight was Offutt Air Force Base’s first aircraft arrival to the Lincoln Airport, where the 55th Wing and its mission partners will operate all flying operations from for the next 18 months as contractors replace the base’s runway.
  • Social Media: Tactics for tact

    Social media allows us to connect to our friends, family and even strangers, all across the world. We post photos of our loved ones, our wins and losses, photos of our family, but military personnel have additional guidelines when it comes to their social media presence.
  • Five Minutes to Thrive - Entropy & Resilience

    As we approach Groundhog’s Day, I am reminded of times during the previous year when I felt a loss of steam, or motivation to get things done. Below are some of the resilience tools that I found myself going back to time and again to pull myself together and achieve a modicum of order and productivity.
  • Awareness stimulates holiday safety

    With the holidays approaching, it is a good time to make a plan for staying safe. The hustle and bustle of shopping, driving, travelling, and planning celebrations brings increased risk, both at work and at home. Far too often this leads to injury or even death. By recognizing and being aware of common hazards, we can avoid many of these incidents, ensuring a happy holiday season.
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