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    • 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...

    • AETC's Why I Stay

      This year-long AETC-specific narrative is meant to focus on how the Airmen of AETC have been inspired to remain in service. This is meant to serve as a support to AFRS’s “Go Blue, Stay Blue.”

    • AFGSC Women's Leadership Symposium

      Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) is proud to announce the 2018 AFGSC Women’s Leadership Symposium (WLS) taking place at Barksdale AFB, LA from November 13-14 2018.

      The mission of this year’s symposium is to “Educate AFGSC Airmen on the importance of retaining female warfighters through acknowledging diversity as a force-multiplier and developing the talent of our...

    • AFRC Enlisted Symposium Resilience Storytellers

      A collection of Reserve Citizen Airmen telling their personal stories of resilience.

    • 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.

    • AFRL Inspire

      AFRL Inspire is a celebration of the people of the Air Force Research Lab and the technologies they develop for the Air Force and the world.

    • Air Force Astronauts

      The first astronauts were selected in 1959 from a list of military personnel who met specific qualifications. U.S. Airmen have been involved in the nation’s human space program since its inception. A total of 338 astronauts have been selected to date, 84 of which have served in the Air Force. Today, astronauts come from a variety of backgrounds in addition to military service, they include...

    • Air National Guard Band of the Northeast