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    • Pacesetters on Point

      Pacesetters on Point

      In the engineering world, civil works, military construction and emergency management are vitally important. In Dallas, the dedicated professionals who support and guide these programs and projects are members of an elite group known as the Pacesetters. These are their stories...

    • This is FORD Class

      This is FORD Class

      USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) brings you a new feature series: This Is Ford Class. Every week we'll introduce you to the Sailors making history on Warship 78!

    • Mighty 88th vision statement puts Airmen first

      Mighty 88th vision statement puts Airmen first

      The 88 ABW is resolute in carrying out its vital mission to the base. This is defined by the wing’s new vision statement – “The premier air base wing ... one team – people-driven, mission-focused!”

    • Operation Ironclad

      Operation Ironclad

      Operation Ironclad is an effort to conduct immediate and lasting action to prevent behaviors causing sexual assault and harassment, suicide and extremism.

    • USMC Recruiter Testimonials

      USMC Recruiter Testimonials

      USMC Recruiter Testimonials

    • AETC Diversity and Inclusion

      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...

    • House of Wolverine

      House of Wolverine

      USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) virtual tour program. An inside look at the 23 new technologies that make up the first-in-class warship, and the Sailors who operate and maintain that equipment.

    • Photojournalist visits mountain aviation unit

      Photojournalist visits mountain aviation unit

      WHEELER-SACK AAF, N.Y. – He didn’t get to fly on one of the most popular helicopters currently in the U.S. military inventory, but that did not spoil his long-awaited time here.

      Robert Burik, Princeton, NJ, has served as a freelance photojournalist and writer that has covered the U.S. Army for over 15 years. The type of books that Burik writes are photo-history books.