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  • F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter testing marks program milestone

    Arnold Engineering Development Center officials just completed aerodynamic testing on two variants of the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter to support flight testing of the plane later this year. With this latest test, the AEDC staff surpassed 8,000 hours of JSF testing in the center's propulsion wind tunnel facility in support of the system
  • Officer promotion board changes take effect Jan. 1

    The secretary of the Air Force has approved changes to the format of the selection brief presented to officer promotion boards to begin Jan. 1. Air Force officials will implement three changes to officer selection briefs, or OSBs; two changes deal with presentation of data related to developmental education with a third change deals with deployment
  • Enlisted assignment preference goes virtual

    Enlisted Airmen are able to change their assignment preferences online through the virtual Military Personnel Flight, as the Air Force continues Personnel Services Delivery Transformation. Enlisted Airmen are responsible for updating their own assignment preferences online through vMPF. "This automation streamlines the process," said Capt. Jay
  • Trip to New York...

    Thanks to the Commissary, a Laughlin family has a chance at a trip to New York and a special dinner courtesy of a worldwide contest to draw attention to "Family Day - ADay to Eat Dinner with Your Children." Created by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, "Family Day" is the fourth Monday of September each
  • Air University offers online language training to CGOs

    Air University here is currently offering a valuable opportunity to active-duty company grade officers to study a foreign language online at no cost.In an effort to fulfill the Air Force Chief of Staff's guidance to develop culturally- and linguistically-competent Airmen, Air University will present the opportunity to develop skills in 28 foreign
  • Fall '06 Air and Space Power Journal available

    The College for Aerospace Doctrine, Research and Education at Air University has published and distributed the Fall 2006 English edition of the Air Force's professional journal, Air and Space Power Journal. The journal serves as an open forum for the presentation and stimulation of innovative thinking about air and space power's role in national