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  • AF officials launch language program for Airmen

    Officials at the Air Force Culture and Language Center recently launched a program designed to identify Airmen with foreign language abilities and foster those skills throughout their careers. The Language Enabled Airman Program, or LEAP, is the first career-long program designed to offer

  • Retired chief shares experiences with Air Force Wounded Warrior Program

    When Airmen deploy to places like Iraq and Afghanistan they accomplish difficult and challenging missions - unfortunately some return injured or even having paid the ultimate price for freedom. The Air Force honors the sacrifices of its wounded Airmen, their families, and the families of the fallen

  • Air Force chefs serve recipes for success

    What do Julia Child, Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray all have in common with Airman 1st Class Ryan Scott? Like Airman Scott, they are all professional chefs. Granted, Airman Scott may not have a multi million dollar television contract and an international, best-selling cookbook, but he does cook