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    • Air National Guard Band of the West Coast

      The Air National Guard Band of the West Coast provides a wide spectrum of musical support for events that enhance the morale, motivation, and esprit de corps of our Airmen, foster public trust and support, aid recruiting initiatives, and promote our national interests at home and abroad.

    • African Alumni Symposium

      The African Alumni Symposium is an annual multinational engagement designed to bring African partner alumni of U.S. professional military education programs together to strengthen alumni relationships with the U.S. Army, facilitate discussion about African security issues and regional cooperation, and provide an opportunity for participants to network.

    • Big Red One Year Of the NCO

      The Big Red One Year of the NCO is the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley’s program to further develop our NCO Corps and recognize their contributions, both personal and professional, to the 1st Infantry Division. The Big Red One recognizes the importance of our NCO Corps. NCO’s education, fitness and leadership development are enhanced through 1st Infantry Division initiatives and...

    • Army South Women, Peace, and Security Symposium

      U.S. Army South hosted 16 partner nations from Central and South America and the Caribbean for the inaugural Army South Women, Peace, and Security Symposium at San Antonio, Texas on Feb. 22 and 23. This symposium included presentations, panel discussions, and question-and-answer sessions supporting the Women, Peace, and Security initiative. The United Nations Women, Peace, and Security...

    • 48th Fighter Wing Faces of Liberty

      Faces of Liberty highlights the Airmen of the 48th Fighter Wing. Our people are our greatest asset. At the heart of the 48th Fighter Wing are the people who create, operate, and support our important mission.

    • AETC Diversity and Inclusion

      Diversity in all forms makes our Air Force better. It’s more than race, gender and ethnicity, it’s about leveraging unique strengths, perspectives and experiences. A force made up of Airmen of various backgrounds inherently brings out new and innovative ideas, which is vitally important to the Air Force mission. Additionally, we have a lot of complex issues to solve within our service and...

    • 50 Years of Women Flying in the Navy

      2023 marks a significant milestone in U.S. Navy history and in Naval Aviation: 50 years of women flying in the Navy. In 1973, the first eight women began flight school in Pensacola, Fla., and one year later six of those eight women, titled "The First Six," earned their Wings of Gold.

      Today, our women aviators project power from the sea in every type, model, and series aircraft. They fly and...

    • Randy Oler Memorial Toy Drop 2.0

      This is the official DVIDS page for the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Randy Oler Memorial Toy Drop 2.0 (OTD2.0).

      Established in 1998, by then Staff Sergeant Randy Oler, a U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command(Airborne) (USACAPOC(A)) Soldier, Operation Toy Drop (OTD) began as a training event and airborne operation.

      From 5-12...