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  • Bring Safety Home

    As the nation moves to adapt and minimize the spread of the Coronavirus 2019, the Department of the Air Force is prioritizing the health and safety of our Airmen and Space professionals, civilian personnel, and families. By encouraging prevention measures and making modifications to ensure all essential missions get off the ground, many now find themselves supporting the Air Force mission to ‘fly, fight, and win’ from a home office.
  • Air Force update for COVID-19

    In an effort to minimize the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 and to prioritize the health and safety of Department of the Air Force personnel, the following modifications have been made:
  • COVID-19 Impact & USERRA

    During these challenging times, our nation’s Guardsmen and Reservists are answering the call to duty to protect the health and well-being of all Americans. We owe a duty to them to ensure full compliance with the employment and reemployment rights of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA)
  • Air Force signs agreement for oral fluid coronavirus testing at Air Force installations

    The Department of the Air Force signed an agreement April 17 with Curative, Inc., to deploy and scale an oral fluid coronavirus test, which recently received an FDA emergency use authorization, across Air Force installations.
  • Special leave accrual for service members

    Today, Matthew Donovan, under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness, signed a department-wide authorization for service members to accrue and retain an additional leave balance of up to 120 days. The department's actions to stem the spread of COVID-19 has significantly limited the ability of service members to take leave during this
  • Keep Calm and Cope with COVID

    Stress and anxiety serve a purpose. These emotions are your body’s way of alerting you to a threat, calling you to action! Here’s the basics: wash your hands often and well, avoid touching your face, practice physical distancing, cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow, and wear a protective facial covering when physical distancing cannot be maintained. If you’re doing these things, there’s nothing else for you to do to prevent the spread. But what do you do when your stress and anxiety are no longer serving you and, instead, causing more problems?
  • 71st IS conducts virtual UTA

    When faced with the dilemma of being unable to connect in-person for their April unit training assembly, the 71st Intelligence Squadron was forced to adapt to these challenging times while still maintaining mission readiness … they held a virtual UTA.
  • Preventing domestic violence during COVID-19 pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in global stay-at-home directives. This can place additional stress on family relationships and can make existing negative situations worse. Keeping military members and their families safe is a critical priority during these challenging times.
  • Staying physically active during COVID-19

    As we’re spending more time at home during self-isolation for coronavirus, it’s important to remain physically active.  Physical activity can help to boost your mood, reduce stress, improve sleep, and sharpen your focus – benefits that can be especially important during stressful times.The Minutes to Win It (MWI) Challenge is a great way to
  • Air Force Reserve Command COVID Resiliency Message

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Commander of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) and his wife Janis are joined via Zoom meeting with the AFRC Command Chief, Chief Master Sergeant Timothy White, Jr. and his wife Edith to discuss resiliency during COVID-19.
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