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DAF develops reasonable/religious accommodation request, appeal portal
To streamline the civilian reasonable accommodation, military religious accommodation, and all accommodation appeals processes, the Department of the Air Force has created the DAF Accommodation Portal.
Down to Earth with Del 2
On this edition of Down to Earth, we’re checking in with Space Delta 2 – Space Domain Awareness to meet Space Force Master Sgt. Ana Afonso.
Chief Master Sgt. John Bentivegna selected as next Chief Master Sergeant of the U.S. Space Force
Chief Master Sgt. John F. Bentivegna was selected May 5 to become the next Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force.
Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey gives voice to civilians’ opinions
The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is available for eligible Department of the Air Force employees now and will continue through June 23. The feedback civilian employees gave in 2022 have earned the service the #9 ranking for large agencies by the Partnership for Public Service’s “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” in 2022.
Secretary of The Air Force Frank Kendall - Message on Sexual Assault and Harassment
A message from the Honorable Frank Kendall on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment, discussing recent reports and expectations for Airmen and leaders within the Department of the Air Force.
‘Complacency’ must be avoided to maintain U.S. superiority in space, Saltzman says
Chief of Space Operations, Gen. Chance Saltzman April 19 praised the United States’ proud and trailblazing history in space but said the rapidly changing and more dangerous domain requires new actions, thinking and focus.“This crowd is passionate about space; I see no signs of apathy,” Saltzman said during his keynote speech at the 2023 Space
DOD assessing document disclosures and implementing mitigation measures
The Defense Department continues to actively address the incident involving the unauthorized disclosure of classified documents, said Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh at a news conference today.
Kendall explains why success in space requires ‘transformational change’
Emphasizing that space capabilities are “important to our strategy of integrated deterrence” and the reason U.S. Space Force must drive “transformational” change, Department of the Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall offered a blunt assessment April 19 of the challenges today in space but also optimism that the United States would maintain its
Space Force "Simple Formula to Go Fast in Space Acquisition"
Honorable Frank Calvelli, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition and Integration, released a memorandum April 5, outlining the U.S. Space Force’s plan to transform its architecture to a more proliferated and resilient form.
Saltzman makes first visit to SLD 45 as CSO
Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman visited Patrick Space Force Base, Fla., April 10, 2023. This was Saltzman’s first visit to the base since becoming CSO in November 2022.