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  • Chief rates ‘caring’ first

    “It’s important that you care for the Airmen under your charge. Without that, in my opinion, everything else can be very futile. That needs to come first. You need to care about your folks,” said Chief Master Sgt. Rob Jones, Senior Enlisted Leader for the Cryptologic and Cyber Systems Division.

  • Hispanic Heritage Month—Breaking Barriers 75 Years Ago

    Seventy-five years ago, USAF Capt. Chuck Yeager “broke the sound barrier” in the Bell X-1. His rocket-powered airplane was carried to altitude and dropped for its historic flight by a modified B-29 bomber flown by Mexican-American pilot Maj. Bob Cardenas.

  • Freeze the Gain wellness challenge

    Freeze the Gain is a weight maintenance program that encourages participants to maintain – not gain weight during the six-week challenge period, which runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 12, 2022.

  • See Yourself in Cyber- a call to action from CISA

    “See Yourself in Cyber.” That is a tagline you will surely start seeing more often as those of us with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) work to help ensure a secure and resilient critical infrastructure for the American people. See Yourself in Cyber is the theme for

  • Social media cybersecurity

    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, highlighting the importance of cybersecurity and good cyber hygiene.The Department of Air Force overall theme for this year is: Cybersecurity starts with all of us.The following is cybersecurity information concerning social media, presented by the National

  • Hill Aerospace Museum opens new ICBM exhibit

    The intercontinental ballistic missile has been part of Hill Air Force Base, the state of Utah and its private sector for more than 65 years and it now stands tall as Hill Aerospace Museum’s newest exhibit, called Keeping the Peace. Phase one of the exhibit, currently open to visitors, includes