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  • 445th AW Honor Guard represents members past, present

    When members of the 445th Airlift Wing attend an official military function, they may see the Colors being posted, observe a flag folding ceremony or during somber moments, hear taps being played. The men and women behind the scenes performing these functions are members of the honor guard.
  • Rhinos lead the charge as masters of strategic airlift

    When mission critical equipment needs to get downrange, hurricanes ravage the southeast, or injured service members are ready for transport out of the battlefield, the 89th Airlift Squadron doesn’t hesitate.
  • Pearl Harbor anniversary reminds Airmen of sacrifice, significance, 77 years later

    Former president Franklin D. Roosevelt quoted the attacks on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, as “a day which will live in infamy.”
  • Active Guard and Reserve

    In today’s Air Force Reserve, there are many career paths and options for Reserve Citizen Airmen currently serving. One of these options is the Active Guard and Reserve program, which offers many unique benefits for Reservists who are willing to serve on a full-time basis.
  • Don't let the holidays turn you into "The Grinch"

    The holiday season can be an extremely busy, stressful time of the year. The season is packed with obligations, activities and expectations. In order to manage holiday stress, in a positive way, consider the following tips. Prioritize Think about what matters most to you during the holidays — family, travel, traditions, relaxation, etc. Focus you
  • Celebrating American Indian diversity and heritage

    American Indians have served in the armed forces since World War I.Over the years there were many who sought a day or week to honor these early Americans. It wasn’t federally recognized until 1990 when President George H. W. Bush designated November as National American Indian Heritage Month. “For the newer generation it is an honor to have this
  • 445th LRS Airman serves in Air Force, Army

    As a young child in his home country of Senegal in West Africa, Boubacar Konate never dreamt he would one day serve in the U.S. military. Everything changed when he immigrated to the United States in November 2001 and settled with his mother in Cincinnati, Ohio. His step-father, a former Air Force security forces member, was a key influence in encouraging Konate to enlist in 2003.
  • Weed by any other name is still illegal

    From 1996 to today, 30 states have legalized medical marijuana, as well as Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico, according to NCSL.org. Of those 30 states, 10 have passed legislation legalizing adult use. Although this trend matches a 2018 Pew Research Center survey suggesting that six out of 10 Americans support marijuana legalization, the United States military still maintains a zero tolerance policy for marijuana use, regardless of form.
  • 14th IS officer helps raise funds for those in need

    Capt. Hunt, 14th Intelligence Squadron deputy flight commander, helped to raise more than $3,400 for Second Helpings, Inc., through a fund raiser he ran on social media earlier this year.
  • Online Safety at Work

    Maintaining online safety at your workplace is just as important as online safety at home. In today’s ever-growing technological era, cyber and computer occupations have grown rapidly. In this day and age, as technology advances quickly, so do computer exploits and vulnerabilities. This has forced cyber professionals to consistently adapt to the changes regularly occurring on the virtual web. This article will provide helpful tips to stay safe and potentially ahead of reoccurring cyber-attacks.
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