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  • Air Force Recruiting Total Force Enterprise makes FY19 goal

    Air Force Recruiting Service had a successful performance in fiscal year 2019 as each of its components made goal for the yearThe Regular Air Force accessed 32,421 enlisted Airmen, 1,442 line officers, 763 health professionals and 34 chaplains. The Air Force Reserve assessed 7,323 enlisted airmen, 982 line officers, 361 health professionals and 50
  • Air Force Recruiting creates classic association

    Air Force Recruiting Service reached a major milestone Oct. 1 when AFRS and Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service formed a classic associate partnership to bolster effectiveness and combine strategies.As part of the association, AFRC Recruiting Service will align its four recruiting squadrons to become the 367th Recruiting Group. The 367th
  • Air Force graduates first fully religiously accommodated Sikh Airman from Security Forces Apprentice Course

    The first Sikh Airmen granted full religious accommodations starting from basic military training through technical training graduated from the 343rd Training Squadron’s Security Forces apprentice course here Sept. 26, 2019.Airman Sunjit Rathour graduated from BMT June 13, 2019, as the first trainee to complete the 8-and-half week training with
  • Maj. Gen. Leavitt visits Laughlin once again

    LAUGHLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – On the same day Laughlin introduces 11 new, combat ready military aviators into the ranks of the world’s greatest Air Force, Maj. Gen. Jeannie Leavitt, the Air Forces Recruiting Service commander and command pilot, visited Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. However, she didn’t come empty handed for the new aviators. This Laughlin graduate and “hometown hero” brought with her 26 years of experience that all started right here, and spanned to see her become the U.S. Air Force’s first female fighter pilot and first female commander of a combat fighter wing.
  • Air University’s “Godzilla” class graduates OTS

    Air University’s Officer Training School class 19-07 has run its course, boosting the number of Air Force commissioned officers by 651 after the graduation parade Sept. 27, 2019, in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Altus' Women Warriors Inspire Aviators to "Fly Like a Girl"

    For the first time, the Mighty 97th sent an all-female aircrew to support and inspire aviators to “Fly Like a Girl” at the Women’s Fly-In event hosted by Air Education and Training Command in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 18-21, 2019.
  • AETC hosts women's fly-in event in the Lone Star State

    Air Education and Training Command hosted a fly-in event in Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 18-21, 2019, one that brought together a small sorority of Air Force aviators ranging from fighter to cargo pilots, boom operators and load masters to special aviation operators.
  • A journey from clueless airman to command chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Hope L. Skibitsky, now the command chief of the 27th Special Operations Wing at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, has had an incredible journey, from leaving for the military at 17 with nothing to her name, to becoming a command chief.
  • Military units participate in City of San Antonio’s World Heritage Festival

    In support of the City of San Antonio’s annual World Heritage Festival, service members from Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, the Army’s San Antonio Recruiting Battalion, Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Antonio, Navy Medicine Education, Training and Logistics Command, Navy Medicine Training Support Center, the Marine’s 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, and the Air Force’s 383rd Training Squadron participated in Mission Pachanga held at Mission Park Pavilion Sept. 7.
  • Commissioning in the Air Force

    There is more than one route to become an officer in the Air Force; Officer Training School (OTS), attending the Air Force Academy, or joining the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. OTS accepts those who’ve completed their degree while enlisted or those who have already completed their degree as a civilian.

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Earlier this week, we lost Airman Dorothy Olsen, a part of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) during WWII. As a WASP, Olsen was one of the first women to fly military aircraft for the United States Air Force, flying over 60 missions and receiving the Congressional Gold Medal in 2009. One of the first Air Force Barrier Breakers, Olsen refused to accept the limits put in front of her, and showed us all how to Aim High.
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