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  • Airlifter of the Week: Staff Sgt. Jashield Blades

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jahshield Blades, 37th Airlift Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of loadmaster development, was coined as Airlifter of the Week on Jan. 12 for displaying exceptional leadership during his first six months at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.

  • Defenders teaching defenders

    Instructing students is a very different side to security forces. Instructors for the 435th Security Forces Squadron create an environment that makes learning and sharing knowledge accessible.

  • 24 IS paves way for future of ISR Airmen development

    Developing Airmen has always been a crucial part of sustaining a successful organization and allowing members to reach their full potential.In January 2022, U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass published the Enlisted Force Development

  • AOTM: family first

    Growing up in Guam, MC Garrette Dela Cruz looked up to his uncles who served in the U.S. Air Force.

  • OPSEC: Loose lips might destroy airstrips

    The saying “loose lips sink ships,” was introduced during World War II and can still have a similar significance today. Operational Security is something every Airman and civilian in the U.S. Air Force should know about and it is critical in protecting the mission and people all over the world.

  • Airlifter of the Month- Insurance broker to USAF

    Jackson Elliott worked a few different jobs prior to joining the U.S. Air Force at 25 years old, including landscaping and becoming an insurance broker. He grew up in San Diego, California. Growing up he went to the beach, spent time with friends, played video games, and rode dirt bikes.

  • First Ramstein civilian wins Levitow award

    For most, Airman Leadership School is part of the transition between the ranks of junior Airmen and NCO and provides a training opportunity for members to learn leadership skills. However, it is not limited to uniformed Airmen. U.S. military civilians can attend the course and are eligible to earn

  • Beyond the Bier: Oktoberfest 2022

    When many service members are notified they have been selected for an assignment overseas they may be excited about a variety of things, like the prospect of traveling and experiencing a new culture.