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  • Brown, Raymond warn of impacts to Air Force, Space Force if new budget is not approved

    Air Force and Space Force senior leaders addressed Continuing Resolution impacts on service readiness and modernization in an effort to seek approval on a new spending plan.
  • DAF authorizes pass for COVID booster

    Airmen and Guardians who are eligible and elect to receive a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are authorized a four-hour pass, or up to four-hours administrative leave for Department of the Air Force civilians.
  • DAF Processes Religious Accommodations Requests

    The Department of the Air Force is processing a number of Religious Accommodation Requests for the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 10,000 requests from across the Total Force have been received, of which approximately 2,100 have been disapproved due to military readiness considerations.     Each request is individually reviewed by Religious Resolution
  • Chief of Space Operations Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond and Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman - “Thank you” tour

    Chief of Space Operations Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond and Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman, greet members of 2nd Range Operations Squadron at Vandenberg Space Force Base, Dec. 21, 2021. Raymond and Towberman visited VSFB as part of their “Thank you” tour this week. (U.S. Space Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rocio Romo)
  • DAF COVID-19 Statistics - Dec. 21, 2021

    Below are current Coronavirus Disease 2019 statistics for Department of the Air Force personnel:  DAF TOTAL STATS*   CASES HOSPITALIZED RECOVERED DEATHS MIL 46,512 23 45,431 6 CIV 14,572 22 14,043 105 DEP 13,031 4 12,699 8 CTR 4,263 7 4,115 29 TOTAL 78,378 56
  • Space Force website launches on service’s 2nd anniversary

    The U.S. Space Force public website is going live as the newest service marks its second anniversary. SpaceForce.com is now the site where future Guardians can find everything they need to know about careers such as space operations, cyber, intelligence, acquisitions and engineering.
  • Space Force brings ‘STEMtoSpace’ to students around the world

    Space Force’s “STEMtoSpace” outreach campaign started as a small team project in honor of the Service’s first birthday Dec. 20, 2020, designed to link Space Force volunteers with local-area students to talk about the importance of STEM education. The initiative quickly expanded reaching more than 17,000 students across all 50 states in the campaign’s first year.
  • Cape Canaveral SFS to host annual Space Force T-Minus 10-miler race

    The United States Space Force inaugural T-Minus 10-Miler will lift-off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station next year, Dec. 10, 2022. This 10-mile race will be a part of the Space Force birthday celebration each year, and will take place surrounded by space launch history, at Cape Canaveral SFS.
  • Space Force celebrates 2nd birthday

    Chief of Space Operations Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond and Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman wish the Space Force a Happy 2nd Birthday, Dec. 20, 2021.
  • AFRL announces winners of Space University Research Initiative funding opportunity

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, via its basic research office, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, announced December 17, the winners of the newly established Space University Research Initiative (SURI) program – a first step in improving the transition of critical concepts from academia into revolutionary new military technologies for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force (USSF).
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