• USSF releases grooming, uniform policy updates

    In a Space Force Guidance Memorandum published today, the Space Force announced updates to grooming and uniform policy that reflect the nation’s sixth service identity and culture.The image Guardians present in uniform is a symbol of service identify and culture, and Guardians at all levels contributed to defining these updates to ensure all
  • Space Rapid Capabilities Office awards $1.4B effort to BlueHalo

    The Space Rapid Capabilities Office competitively awarded an Other Transaction Agreement for the Satellite Communications Augmentation Resource program to BlueHalo, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for $1.4 billion May 21, 2022. SCAR will address the critical U.S. Space Command requirement to rapidly, responsively and affordably augment satellite
  • AFGSC brings Project Tuskegee, B-1B Lancer to Maxwell AFB

    Maxwell Air Force Base hosted an Air Force Global Strike Command Project Tuskegee event May 12, with more than 200 students from the local area touring a B-1B Lancer and interacting with the crew.
  • DAF leaders testify before Senate Appropriations Committee

    The $194 billion budget request aims to modernize the services to counter strategic competitors around the globe.
  • DAF COVID-19 Statistics - May 17, 2022

    Current Coronavirus Disease 2019 statistics for Department of the Air Force personnel
  • 25th SecAF portrait unveiled during ceremony at Pentagon

    The official portrait of former Secretary of the Air Force Barbara M. Barrett, who also previously served as the U.S. ambassador to Finland, was unveiled in the Pentagon Auditorium, May 13, during a tribute to the stateswomen who led the Department of the Air Force from 2019 to 2021.
  • First Air Force achieves IOC as 'Air Forces Space' in support of United States Space Command

    The Department of Defense designated First Air Force as ‘Air Forces Space’ (AFSPACE), and the fifth service component to U.S. Space Command May 3.
  • The ever-evolving digital war fighter

    Supra coders are Airmen and Guardians who develop, manage, and design software for the U.S. Space Force. These individuals serve in a variety of specialties. Once they complete the Software Development Immersive (SDI) class, a software development boot camp that teaches full-stack JavaScript development and application deployment, they return to their bases to begin developing applications and solutions.
  • USSF Space Test Enterprise Vision integrates test across capability lifecycles

    The Space Force has released its Space Test Enterprise Vision to communicate the service’s intent and provide the amplifying guidance needed to execute the Space Force’s test and evaluation mission.  “The test vision and the associated test culture it portends are critical elements of the Guardian Ideal and our core values,” said Gen. David D.
  • Gun safes excluded from household goods weight allowance

    As of May 2022, the Joint Travel Regulation for servicemembers was updated to exclude the weight of gun safes from the total weight allowance of household goods in a permanent change of station. As the number of accidental child injuries and deaths continue to rise, more and more incidents are attributed to unsecured, loaded guns. Defense leaders