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  • AFRS marksman, advertiser hits targets in Phoenix

    Staff Sgt. Cameron Keating, advertising noncommissioned officer for Space Force in AFRS’s marketing directorate has been a member of the Air Force Rifle Team, part of the Air Force’s World Class Athlete Program, for 10 years. He recently competed in Arizona and did some work to help local recruiters

  • Airman's 20-year path to service epitome of resilience

    Senior Airman Michael McCullough is an example of a dogged mentality and desire to don the Air Force blue and serve his country. His 20-year journey to serve is the epitome of the type of resiliency the Air Force encourages.

  • Senior Enlisted Advisor to CJCS Visits AFRS

    The Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff met with Air Force Recruiting Service recruiters and leadership to gain insight on how the Joint Force is approaching today’s challenges. For AFRS members, the visit was a welcomed opportunity to enlist the highest echelons of

  • Airmen couple earn STEP promotions

    While still celebrating the accomplishment of her husband’s promotion thanks to the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program one week earlier, Staff Sgt. Chakoya Lockett, 349th Recruiting Squadron recruiter, was unaware that her leadership had decided to announce her own STEP promotion.

  • Recruiter signs sister to be an Airman

    Tech. Sgt. Terell Douglas, a recruiter in the 369th Recruiting Squadron’s Whittier, California, office recently had the pleasure of enlisting his sister, Airman 1st Class Tiesha Douglas, in the Air Force and being by her side at her BMT graduation when she was presented the Top Graduate award.

  • AFGSC Commander announces Project Tuskegee

    Gen. Anthony Cotton, Commander, Air Force Global Strike Command, announced the establishment of Project Tuskegee, a new partnership with Tuskegee University where Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from the university are exposed to the opportunities available as an AFGSC “Striker.”“All

  • AETC continues to develop Airmen, celebrates 80th anniversary

    Members of Air Education and Training Command celebrate the command’s 80th anniversary today, honoring the Air Force’s oldest major command and all of the students and trainees who have been recruited, trained and educated at First Command.