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  • Life of a Diné in the military

    Since the American Revolution, Native Americans have served in the armed forces of the United States. U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Arsonio Arthur, 60th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Mobility Air Forces integrated electronic systems specialist and an additional duty first sergeant, and his spouse,

  • Military Retiree Appreciation Day and Info Fair

    Alfred Sims, Solano County Veterans Service Office representative, shares veteran benefits details to retirees during the Military Retiree Appreciation Day and Info Fair at Travis Air Force Base, California, Oct. 28, 2022. The event offered local retirees information and services from various

  • Hispanic Heritage Flight

    To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the 6th and 9th ARS launched a heritage flight. During the flight, KC-10 pilots, engineers and boom operators were able to complete air refueling training with a C-5M Super Galaxy.

  • Sonopalooza 2022

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. (Dr.) Shannon Gaffney, left, 60th Medical Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron staff radiologist and chief of breast imaging, and Capt. (Dr.) Bradley McCann, 60th MDTS radiology resident, practice breast biopsies using chicken breast during Sonopalooza 2022 at David Grant

  • Beyond the Board: new AI innovations in digital scheduling

    Pilots and mobility personnel around the workforce depend on schedules as their backbone to ensure the mission continues; flight scheduling, mission tracking, leave, currency, exercises, events. Until a few years ago, scheduling was manually drafted on a whiteboard. It was up to a few people to move