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A 104-year-old Marine veteran is hoping to add to the memory collection on his bookshelf this year by asking the public near and far for Valentine’s Day cards.
After two years of intense training, Marine Maj. Jasmin Moghbeli became one of NASA’s newest astronauts Friday.
Air Force Gen. Jay Raymond acknowledged the importance of developing a unique service culture after he assumed the role of chief of space operations for the new sixth branch of the U.S. military: Space Force.
After a 10-year break in service, Staff Sgt. Monte L. Gould will have to report to basic combat training this June at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
The Air Force will begin experimenting with the concept of a “no-fail,” or diagnostic, fitness assessment at Air Force Materiel Command units beginning Jan. 20.
Automation doesn’t mean soldiers will be replaced by machines, but it could mean they’ll be working alongside them in future conflicts, the Army’s chief of staff said Tuesday.
Sept. 18, 2022 will mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Air Force as an independent military service, and preparations for a celebration are already underway. The service is requesting “birthday theme ideas” from both airmen and civilians, the Air Force said Tuesday in a release.
A nearly two-decadeslong legal battle entered a new phase this week when a soldier received notice to return to his job with the U.S. Postal Service after being fired in 2000.
The F-35A Lightning II fighter wings at Hill Air Force Base in northern Utah have reached “full warfighting capability,” the Air Force said Wednesday in a release.