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  • Maryland National Guard Participating in Major Cyber Exercise

    Twenty members of the Maryland National Guard joined more than 800 other participants at Camp Williams, Utah, for Exercise Cyber Shield 17, the National Guard’s premier cyber defense training event, Apr. 23, 2017. The exercise, which includes members of the National Guard from 44 states, the Army Reserve, state and federal government agencies,
  • Airman Competes with Army Warriors

    “You have to get comfortable being uncomfortable,” said Tech. Sgt. Brenton Deal, a bioenvironmental engineer assigned to the 175th Medical Group, Maryland Air National Guard. “Each person has to be self-motivated and driven to compete from within.”Deal is the first airman to participate in the Maryland Army National Guard’s Best Warrior Competition
  • 5K Raises Sexual Assault Awareness

    Airmen and Soldiers from the Maryland National Guard along with family members laced up their running shoes to participate in a 5K walk/run to kick off the start of the military’s observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month, April 1, 2017 at Warfield Air National Guard Base, Middle River, MD. The “SAAPM SHARP 5K” was hosted by U.S.
  • Wright: We must put Airmen, families first

    When Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright received the title of the Air Force’s most senior enlisted Airman less than a month ago, he instantly became responsible for advocating the best interests of more than 398,000 total force enlisted Airmen and their families.
  • AFA announces scholarships available

    The Air Force Association announced several scholarships available for Airmen, spouses and dependents for the 2017-18 academic year in continuing support of Air Force excellence.
  • Incirlik Airmen Feel Sense of Accomplishment in Counter-ISIS Battle

    U.S. airmen posted at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey, who play a crucial role in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, are feeling a sense of accomplishment after Iraqi ground forces cleared eastern Mosul of the enemy.
  • Message to DoD from Secretary of Defense James Mattis

    It’s good to be back and I’m grateful to serve alongside you as Secretary of Defense.
  • AF evolves policies to access more talent, maintain high standards

    The Air Force announced new policies on dress and appearance with regard to tattoos, as well as changes to service medical accession policy Jan. 9.These changes result from a review of Air Force accessions policies directed by Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James in 2016.“As part of our effort to attract and retain as many qualified Airmen as
  • Student Flight prepares for inspection

    Student Flight prepares for inspection
  • Show me the money: AFAS offers education financial programs for military families

    If you’re a military family member seeking higher education, the Air Force Aid Society is offering  several opportunities to help foot the bill.The programs are open to dependent children of active duty, Title 10 Reserve, Title 32 Active Guard and Reserve, retired Reserve, and deceased Air Force members. They are also open to active duty and Title