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    The Air Force Podcast

    Audio | Air Force Television Pentagon (SAF/PAI)

    About

    Featuring news, tech reports, policy, and current updates from our senior leaders. Hear directly from Airmen around the globe, shaping the future and the Air Force story. Produced by Air Force Television Pentagon, SAF/PAI.



    Episodes


    • RED FLAG 21-2 Wrap-Up

      With over 2,400 participants in Red Flag 21-2 hosted by the 414th Combat Training Squadron, each joint and allied team was able to train, learn and grow professionally.

      03/19/2021


    • Human Weapons System: 64th Aggressor Squadron Pilots retention

      Pilots at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada and medical professionals team up with physical therapist to help prevent and maintain pilots after the stress flying puts on their bodies.

      03/10/2021


    • A1C Alexus Wysocki participates in her first Red Flag exercise at Nellis

      Airman First Class Alexus Wysocki, crew chief from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson - JBER, shares her perspective on what it's like to particpate in her first Red Flag exercise at Nellis Air Force Base.

      02/10/2021


    • 906th Air Refueling Squadron refuels the ‘Red Team’ during Red Flag 21-1 at Nellis

      U.S. Air Force Capt. Titan Muller, a pilot assigned to the 906th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS) at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and 1st. Lt. Darlene Hajewski, co-pilot assigned to the 906th ARS, refuel the ‘Red Team’ during Red Flag 21-1 over the Nevada Test and Training Range, Nevada, Feb. 1, 2021.

      02/01/2021


    • The Air Force Podcast - Continuing a Legacy of Flight

      Retired Air Force master sergeant carries on a living history flying WWII-era warbirds. After serving almost 30 years in the Air Force, the story of MSgt. (ret.) David Brown, a senior non-comissioned officer turned aerobatic pilot. (Produced and hosted by Captain Steve Lewis)

      08/18/2020


    • The Air Force Podcast - Return From Space feat. Col Nick Hague

      Returning from six months in space, NASA Astronaut Col Nick Hague discusses spacewalks, science experiments and his video chat with Brad Pitt. Hosted by AFTV producer, SSgt Treven Cannon

      10/18/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - Warning Signs with Lt Col Magruder

      Suicide is the No. 1 killer of active-duty airmen in the United States Air Force. In February, the crisis prompted the Air Force to release a memo calling for a culture change within the service. Lt Col Daniel Magruder currently serves on the Air Force staff at the Pentagon. Six years ago, his best friend, Neil Landsberg, died by suicide.

      09/02/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - The Story of MoH Recipient MSgt Chapman feat. Dan Schilling

      Air Force Podcast host SSgt Treven Cannon sat down with author Dan Schilling to discuss the one year anniversary of MSgt John Chapman receiving the Medal of honor and Air Force Combat Controllers.

      08/05/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - A Conversation on Resiliency with CMSAF Wright

      Air Force Podcast host SSgt Ashley New recently talked about resiliency with the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Kaleth O. Wright.

      07/24/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - The Kolligian Trophy feat Capt Matthew Heath

      The Koren Kolligian Jr. Trophy recognizes outstanding feats of airmanship by aircrew members. 2019 recipient Capt. Matthew Heath, a T-38 instructor pilot, was on a student training flight when the Talon suddenly lost thrust in both engines.

      07/03/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) Update feat. Lt Gen Dorothy Hogg

      Lt Gen Dorothy Hogg, Surgeon General of the Air Force, discusses updates to the AFMS and how the changes will effect members of the Air Force Community.

      07/03/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - Chief Master Sgt. Of The Air Force Kaleth Wright on Leadership

      Chief Master Sgt. of The Air Force Kaleth O. Wright spoke to Airmen on Andrews AFB, Md. about the importance of listening to subordinates as a leader. He then sat down for the Air Force Podcast to discuss issues that have resonated with the enlisted force. In this episode of the Air Force Podcast, CMSAF Wright talked with TSgt Brad Sisson about changes to WAPS testing for future SNCOs.

      02/04/2019


    • The Air Force Podcast - Veterans Day Spotlight feat. Col (ret.) and US Congressman Sam Johnson

      Col (ret.) Sam Johnson served in the Air Force for 29 years, flying combat missions in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars, where he was also a Prisoner of War in the Hanoi Hilton for 7 long years. He was also a Thunderbird pilot. In this Veterans Day episode of the Air Force Podcast, he talks about his time in the service with host and fellow Texas native TSgt Josh Rosales.

      11/09/2018


    • The Air Force Podcast - ARWERX (feat. Captains Steven Lauver and Joey Arora)

      AFWERX is a product of the Air Force, directly envisioned by Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. Her vision of AFWERX is to solve some of the toughest challenges that the Air Force faces through innovation and collaboration amongst our nation’s top subject matter experts. In this episode of The Air Force Podcast, we talk with Captains Steven Lauver and Joey Arora. Hosted by TSgt Brad Sisson.

      10/01/2018


    • The Air Force Podcast - DIUx feat Col Enrique Oti

      Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) organization founded to help the US military make faster use of emerging commercial technologies. In this episode of The Air Force Podcast, we talk with Colonel Enrique Oti, Managing Director, Air Force Element, DIUx.

      09/20/2018


    • The Air Force Podcast - Medal of Honor Pt. 01 feat. Michael Caldwell

      Air Force Special Tactics Combat Controller Tech. Sgt. John A. Chapman is the 19th Airman to be awarded the Medal of Honor since the Department of the Air Force was established in 1947, and the first Airman recognized with the medal for heroic actions occurring after the Vietnam War. In this episode of The Air Force Podcast, we talk with Col (Ret.) Michael Caldwell, the Chief Operating Officer at the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. Hosted and produced by TSgt Brad Sisson.

      08/03/2018


    • The Air Force Podcast - Parental Leave Updates

      In this episode of the Air Force Podcast, Col Ann Igl and Brooke Brzozowske discuss the recently announced expansion to the Air Forces parental leave policy on non-chargeable leave entitlements following the birth or adoption of a child.

      06/04/2018


    • The Air Force Podcast - EPME21 w/ CMSAF Wright

      The Air Force recently announced changes to our enlisted PME. The first component in this evolution is transitioning to 100% in-residence EPME, effective immediately. This allows all Active-Duty, Guard and Reserve Airmen an opportunity to attend ALS, NCOA and SNCOA. We want to give you flexibility and allow you to decide when DL is right for you -- based off your mission tempo, your family life and how you need to balance your time. Ultimately, we want you to be able to focus on the mission and still have time for a work/life balance. Just as important, we want to ensure we're deliberately developing our Airmen in a way that makes sense. 00:00 Intro 00:28 Chief Introduces EPME21 01:24 Foundation of EPME21 02:19 Distance Learning equivalent course for Guard/Reserve Airmen 02:57 Amount of time between resident experiences 03:13 Chief recognizes learning activities outside of EPME classrooms 04:12 How Airmen are being developed 05:31 How Airmen will receive credit for PDUs 06:12 Requirements for PDUs 07:24 Immediate changes to EPME 09:20 Bottom line 09:42 Outro

      07/20/2017


    • The Air Force Podcast feat. Col Nick Hague, NASA Astronaut

      “Air Force Colonel Nick Hague is one of the few astronauts in history to survive an aborted post-launch space mission. Hear his harrowing journey, and how he got a second chance to realize his childhood dream of going to space. He’s set for liftoff on March 14, 2019 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

      06/16/2016