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  • Airmen encouraged to participate in Health Related Behaviors Survey

    Airmen are encouraged to participate in the Health Related Behaviors Survey that will conclude on Feb. 28.
  • 2018 Health-Related Behaviors Survey helps shape military health

    Starting October 22, RAND Corp. is sending out invitations to mailboxes and military email for the 2018 Health-Related Behaviors Survey. The secure and voluntary survey of military personnel focuses on health, fitness and lifestyle questions.
  • Revitalizing squadrons, Air Force outlines progress

    The task force conducted an Air Force-wide review, driven by Airmen in the field, to promote best practices and identify improvements. Consisting of Total Force Airmen from diverse backgrounds, they reviewed survey data and gathered inputs from across the Air Force through on-line crowd sourcing and face-to-face discussions with nearly 4,000 individuals, including spouses, from 25 different bases representing all major commands, Reserve and National Guard.
  • Airmen, family feedback sought for community resources

    The Air Force invites all Airmen and their dependents to participate in the 2017 Air Force Community Feedback Tool survey which runs through Oct. 2, 2017.The volunteer survey collects feedback directly from the total force and their spouses about their community needs. Those surveyed identify gaps and strengths of the helping services at their
  • Air Force to radically reduce instructions

    Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson announced the Air Force will rescind, review and rewrite the more than 1,300 Air Force Instructions over the next 24 months in order to allow greater flexibility and mission focus.
  • Food for thought: Airmen asked to take AF food services survey

    Taking care of Airmen and families remains one of the Air Force’s top priorities. Providing the best food service possible is an important aspect of doing that. It’s essential to listen to and respond to what people have to say. The 2016 Food Services Assessment Survey (FSAS), which is available now, is a vital way to determine whether current programs and initiatives are meeting the needs of Airmen and families.
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