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Wounded Airmen receive support
On July 25, Paula Roy, Air Force Association Airmen and Family Programs director, spoke to the members of the AFA Swamp Fox chapter about the Wounded Airman Program.


‘Airborne Rangers in the sky’
‘Airborne Rangers in the sky’The Army Ranger School students were all looking forward to the few hours of precious sleep they were about to get after a long day of training on Mount Yonah, a mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia.


After 33 years, returning home after serving with the greatest Airmen in the world
Deployed family lunchKim and I left Charlotte, North Carolina, 33 years ago and we've dreamed about the day we would return. With my retirement in August, that day is rapidly approaching with much anticipation. That anticipation is not fueled by dissatisfaction with every place we've lived since, but because we are returning to our families. I recently had the opportunity to reflect on what 33 years of change looks like. Result: today's Air Force is much better than the one I joined.


Behind the uniform is a potential Olympian
Behind the uniform is a potential OlympianReservists have all kinds of stories. The types of people, professions, and hobbies that make up the Reserve force are a diverse and interesting mix. But once the military uniform is put on, those interesting and diverse elements are often concealed.


12 AF medics depart Belize after training
12 AF medics depart Belize after trainingThree International Health Specialists and three non-governmental organization personnel departed Belize after conducting the Global Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics Instructor and Provider Courses from July 22-24.


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The 134th Civil Engineer Squadron travels to the United States Coast Guard Academy for their annual training. The squadron worked on joint effort projects around base to help improve and beautify the campus. Available in high definition.



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Air Force Report: Surviving the WaterAir Force Report: Surviving the Water
SERE instructors show pilots how to survive a water landing. Available in high definition.


Air Force Report: Pacific AngelAir Force Report: Pacific Angel
Airmen bring humanitarian aid to Tonga. Available in high definition.


Air Force Report: Combat Airmen Train the ArmyAir Force Report: Combat Airmen Train the Army
JTACs and TACPs show the Army how to incorporate the Air Force's unique skills into the battle....


Air Force Report: Back To Her RootsAir Force Report: Back To Her Roots
An Airmen who grew up in Italy now gets to serve there in the U-S Air Force. Available in high...


A Day in the Life: Structures JourneymanA Day in the Life: Structures Journeyman
Technical Sergeant Matthew Webster describes a day in the life of a 134th structures journeyman....


Fuel ChangeFuel Change
Most of us are used to seeing gas prices rise at the pump, but McGhee Tyson Air Nation Guard...


Minuteman Report: Missouri Guardsmen Deconstruct FOB ApacheMinuteman Report: Missouri Guardsmen Deconstruct FOB Apache
Vertical Construction Engineers with the 276th Engineer Company, Missouri Army National Guard...


Around the Air Force: Ground Attack ExerciseAround the Air Force: Ground Attack Exercise
On today's edition of Around the Air Force Senior Airman Renee Carberry tells us about a ground...


Air Force Report: Sheet Metal PaintersAir Force Report: Sheet Metal Painters
One Airman explains why painting became his life's ambition. Also available in high definition.


Air Force Report: Aerial VideographerAir Force Report: Aerial Videographer
A combat broadcaster talks about the importance of his job in the overall Air Force mission....


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Swim like a butterfly Swim like a butterfly
Staff Sgt. Rodolfo Guerra, 22nd Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance craftsman, swims in the base indoor pool, July 29, 2014, at...


Tech. Sgt. Doug Matthews Tech. Sgt. Doug Matthews
Tech. Sgt. Doug Matthews, a combat controller assigned to the 125th Special Tactics Squadron, trains at the Portland Air National Guard Base,...


Wounded Airmen receive support Wounded Airmen receive support
Paula Roy, Air Force Association Airmen and Family Programs director, speaks to the members of the AFA Swamp Fox chapter about the Wounded Airman...


‘Airborne Rangers in the sky’ ‘Airborne Rangers in the sky’
Senior Airman Brian Musum, 14th Air Support Operations Squadron tactical air control party member, stands with his parents, Margaret and Matthew...


Airmen dress for success, survival Airmen dress for success, survival
A Team Mildenhall member examines the components of a weapon during training July 25, 2014, on RAF Mildenhall, England. Airmen from the 100th...


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140724_INC_Financial Summit Training_RADIO
MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FINANCES CAN BE ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF YOUR LIFE, YET FOR SOME IT’S THE LEAST FAVORITE TOPIC OF DISCUSSION....


140721_INC_Weather Flight_Radio
The weather outside affects everyone everyday. Senior Airman Steven Adkins highlights one military job focused in the skies.


Ayla Brown Concert - Radio Version
From the basketball courts of Massachusetts to the stage of Incirlik Air Base, some life paths take twists and turns to get us to our goals. ...


Pride Prom
Incirlik Air Base held a gala to celebrate the end of the first ever DOD recognized LGBT Pride Month.


The Great Carrier Reef
Hurlburt Field's Single Airmen Program has given its participants once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Senior Airman Stephen Ellis explains how the...