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  • Space Force, Georgia Tech partner on STEM education, innovation

    The U.S. Space Force established an agreement with the Georgia Institute of Technology Nov, 11, making Georgia Tech the latest entrant into the Space Force’s University Partnership Program.
  • Disparity Review Addendum Interpersonal Violence Report Letter to the DAF

    In keeping with our commitment to honesty and transparency, the Department of the Air Force recently released both an Addendum to the Disparity Review and the findings from the Interpersonal Violence Task Force. Both documents are available at https://www.af.mil and https://www.spaceforce.mil.
  • Department of the Air Force releases addendum to Disparity Review

    The DAF IG Disparity Review Addendum follows the DAF’s 2020 Racial Disparity Review, which addressed disparities impacting Black Airmen and Guardians, and the Sept. 2021 Disparity Review, which addressed disparities based on gender and among other racial and ethnic groups not covered by the RDR. Data from both reports was used to create the addendum.
  • Department of the Air Force releases findings on Interpersonal Violence survey

    After the Secretary of the Air Force established the Interpersonal Violence Task Force in 2020, the team examined a broad range of 81 behaviors along what is known as the “Continuum of Harm” to determine if the DAF is keeping Airmen and Guardians safe, and providing needed support after they experience any kind of interpersonal violence.
  • SkillBridge updates to impact Airmen, Guardians

    The SkillBridge program is an opportunity for service members to gain valuable civilian work experience through specific-industry training, apprenticeships or internships.
  • Department of the Air Force nears 97% AD vaccination rate

    Nearly 97% of Airmen and Guardians on active duty have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • United States Space Force Long-Term Science and Technology Challenges

    The purpose of this memo is to identify Science and Technology challenges the United States Space Force must overcome in the next 10 to 35 years in order to continue deterring and defeating aggression in protection of U.S. national interests in space.
  • Air Force Materiel Command reaches IOC as servicing major command for Space Force

    The Air Force Materiel Command declared Initial Operational Capability for its support to the U.S. Space Force on Oct. 1, 2021. The IOC milestone means AFMC is well on its way to fully supporting the Space Force as its Servicing Major Command for Space Force-assigned Airmen.
  • DAF COVID-19 military vaccination deadlines approaches

    Nov. 2 is the deadline for active-component Airmen and Guardians to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, followed by Dec. 2 for Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve personnel.
  • SSC Data-Management Software Plays Critical Role in SDA, Afghanistan Airlift

    Sophisticated data management and analytic software programs are not only enhancing Space Systems Command’s (SSC) ability to carry out its Space Domain Awareness mission, but also have been leveraged to provide a rapid response to humanitarian crises across the globe. “Data is the life blood of our digital force and our commercial partners have a lot that they can offer,” said Col. Jennifer M. Krolikowski, senior materiel leader for SSC Enterprise Corps’ West Coast data/cyber coding factory serving the United States Space Force (USSF). “These commercial solutions allow us to go faster which ultimately helps us turn that data into knowledge to drive decision-making.”
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