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  • Retired Lt. Col. paved way for military mothers

    For most, becoming a mother is a time for celebration, not discrimination. Before 1975, being pregnant while in the military was not allowed. As a result, pregnant women were involuntarily separated. However, a new policy in 1975 allowed women to continue to serve while pregnant and after giving

  • Honoring Women's History Month at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

    WPAFB, Ohio -- Throughout our nation’s history, women have made immeasurable contributions to its establishment and progress. As we observe Women’s History Month in March, the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will offer special tours of its exhibit titled “Women in the Air Force: From Yesterday

  • Twin sisters retire from Ohio Air Guard together

    SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Identical twin sisters retired from the Ohio Air National Guard together after more than 20 years of service at the 178th Wing.Senior Master Sgt. Tammy J. Mundy, administration superintendent for wing staff at the 178th Wing, and Chief Master Sgt. Tabatha K. King, the senior

  • AF Week in Photos

    This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

  • VA asks for public input on veteran outdoor recreation experiences

    The Department of Veterans Affairs seeks input from veterans’ outdoor recreation groups on how it can facilitate the health and wellness of veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors through improved access to public lands and other outdoor spaces.

  • VA encourages donating blood amid crisis

    The Department of Veterans Affairs and its participating VA medical centers across the country are in the midst of “Roll Up Your Sleeve 2022” blood drives through March in response to the ongoing national need for blood during the continuing COVID-19 public health emergency.

  • ‘Candy Bomber’ passes away at 101

    Starting his career in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1942, Halvorsen served as a pilot until his retirement in 1974, after accumulating more than 8,000 flying hours and 31 years of military service. He was also known as the "Candy Bomber."