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Head of Air Force Academy’s astro department transfers to Space Force
A leading space expert at the U.S. Air Force Academy was sworn into the Space Force April 29, making him the first Space Force officer to be a permanent professor at the school.
Kendall, Brown, Raymond tell Congress $194 billion budget request balances risks, quickens transformation
Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall urged Congress April 27 to embrace a $194 billion budget request specifically tailored to “transform” and modernize the Air and Space Forces to meet growing challenges from China.
Earth Day: Taking action today, assuring the mission of tomorrow
As a steward of almost 9 million acres encompassing forests, prairies, deserts, wetlands, and coastal habitats, the Department of the Air Force recognizes the importance of protecting and sustaining the natural environment.
Space Force signs partnership with Howard University
The U.S. Space Force welcomed Howard University to its University Partnership Program during a virtual ceremony April 11. Vice Chief of Space Operations Gen. David D. Thompson and Howard University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Anthony K. Wutoh signed the memorandum of understanding from their respective locations at the Pentagon and
Kendall highlights space’s importance, need to ‘transform’ operations & thinking for the domain
Presenting a robust case for operating in – and defending – space, Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall said April 5 that “transforming” without delay priorities, practices and spending for the domain is necessary to adequately adapt to a theater that is more volatile yet also increasingly essential to the nation’s security and everyday life.
Raymond praises Space Force achievements & purpose while noting ongoing threats, challenges
Using language that was both stark and an urgent call to action, Chief of Space Operations, Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, said April 5 that the cornerstone to U.S. security and prosperity is keeping space “accessible, stable, and secure.”And while achieving that goal was once a foregone conclusion, it no longer is. That is why the U.S., its allies
Department of the Air Force announces candidate locations for STARCOM HQ, Deltas
The Department of the Air Force selected six candidate locations for U.S. Space Force’s Space Training and Readiness Command Headquarters.
Department of the Air Force budget proposal focuses on transformation, modernization
The $194 billion combined budget proposal unveiled March 28 for the Air Force and Space Force carries a significant boost in spending that senior leaders say is essential to modernizing the services to better confront China and an array of national security threats worldwide.
Career Intermission Program application window opens April 1, reduces service obligation
The first CY22 Career Intermission Program application window opens April 1, 2022, for eligible Airmen and Guardians interested in a one to three year temporary break from active duty to meet personal or professional needs outside the service.The time commitment members must serve upon return to active duty is now a “one month for one month” ratio,
Resources available for DAF members, families affected by local laws
Various laws and legislation are being proposed and passed in states across America that may affect LGBTQ Airmen, Guardians, and/or their LGBTQ dependents in different ways. The Department of the Air Force has assignment, medical, legal and other resources available to support Airmen, Guardians and their families. “The health, care and resilience