The Air Force has curtailed space-available travel, the type of low-cost air travel available to service members, their families, civilian employees and retirees, to limit the spread of coronavirus,...
Throughout time, photographers are responsible for capturing images that are burned into the fabric of history. From the images of the infamous Iwo Jima flag raising to wreaths placed at Arlington Cemetery. Photographers are there to capture history.
With piercing blue eyes and unwavering confidence, a man walks into life’s arenas and envisions success. Whether exchanging blows in an octagonal ring or climbing snowy mountains to call in airstrikes, his visions of prosperous outcomes cancels out the deafening noises.
Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. was nominated Monday to become the next Air Force chief of staff, a selection that would make him the first African American to serve as the top uniformed leader of a U.S. military service.
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein on Feb. 27 approved immediately updating a crucial verse of the official Air Force song to make it inclusive and to "reflect all of us and who we aspire to be."