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    • CSAF Focus Area #1: Revitalizing Squadrons

      CSAF Focus Area #1: Revitalizing Squadrons

      "The squadron is the beating heart of the United States Air Force; our most essential team. We succeed or fail in our missions at the squadron-level because that is where we develop, train, and build Airmen. Our service culture and traditions manifest themselves in the squadron because our Airmen most readily identify with this core fighting unit. Squadrons are the engines of innovation and...

    • Marine & Family Programs - Camp Pendleton

      Marine & Family Programs - Camp Pendleton

      Marine & Family Programs at Camp Pendleton exists to provide a comprehensive and balanced platform of programs for our Marines, Sailors and their Families. Marine and Family Programs are comprised of four branches: Family Care, Behavioral Health, Personal and Professional Development and Marine Corps Family Team Building. Each branch offers a world of opportunities that contribute to mission,...

    • Defense Secretary Jim Mattis

      Defense Secretary Jim Mattis

      Jim Mattis became the 26th defense secretary Jan. 20, 2017. During more than four decades in uniform, he commanded Marines at all levels, including in combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Following his retirement from the U.S.Marine Corps in 2013, Secretary Mattis served as the Davies Family Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution at
      Stanford University, specializing in the...

    • John Glenn

      John Glenn

      A Marine legend passed away December 8, 2016. Col John H. Glenn Jr. — an astronaut, a senator, a Marine — died at the age of 95. Upon completing his training in 1943, Glenn served as a fighter pilot in WWII and the Korean War. For his service in 149 combat missions in two wars, he received numerous honors, including the Distinguished Flying Cross (six occasions) and the Air Medal with...

    • First Lt. Cale Simmons, U.S. Air Force Olympian and World Class Athlete

      First Lt. Cale Simmons, U.S. Air Force Olympian and World Class Athlete

      First Lt. Cale Simmons is a U.S. Air Force World Class Athlete Program member and will be competing in the men's pole vault at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janero, Brazil. This page is dedicated to his journey and Olympic experience there.

    • Kettles Medal of Honor

      Kettles Medal of Honor

      Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles was awarded the Medal of Honor July 18, 2016, for his actions while serving as a Flight Commander assigned to the 176th Aviation Company (Airmobile) (Light), 14th Combat Aviation Battalion, Americal Division. Then-Maj. Kettles distinguished himself in combat operations near Duc Pho, Republic of Vietnam, on May 15, 1967. He led a platoon of UH-1D...

    • Central American Migrant Testimonial

      Central American Migrant Testimonial

      This feature page highlights a Spanish-language video testimonial of a Central American woman who voluntarily shares her terrifying journey to the north. The migrants endured horrific acts of violence and sexual abuse from smugglers, or coyotes. Their stories highlight the severe dangers of making the journey and add credibility to official campaign messages. This is one of many such accounts....

    • Byers Medal of Honor

      Byers Medal of Honor

      U.S. Navy Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward Byers to be awarded the Medal of Honor Feb. 29, 2016, for actions during the rescue of an American hostage in Afghanistan Dec. 9, 2012.