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  • Women Airforce Service Pilots and their Fight for Veteran Status

    On the evening of August 23, 1943, a pilot named Mabel Rawlinson died in a fiery crash in the North Carolina swamplands near Fort Davis. Unbeknownst to her, she was doing night exercises in an aircraft that another pilot previously flagged for engine troubles.[1] In a separate incident, when a woman

  • IPAP application season open for DAF active duty through Jan 2022

    The Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) is accepting applications through January 21, 2022 from active duty enlisted and officer service members interested in caring for Airmen, Guardians and their families.IPAP is a 29-month, two-phase program that includes 16 months of classroom and

  • EFMP adds dedicated, specialized attorney to Central Cell

    The EFMP Central Cell has expanded over the past year, consolidating Air Force resources into one central location, and recently adding a specialized attorney from the Judge Advocate General Corps (JAGC) as part of continuing efforts to provide access and support for families.

  • On September 11th and Duty

    On a clear September morning in 2001, nineteen men associated with the al Qaeda terrorist network hijacked four planes headed for Los Angeles. At 0903, American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Seventeen minutes later, and caught on network television, the

  • AFPC hosts 2021 Civilian Personnel Summit

    Approximately 400 human resources professionals attended the 2021 Civilian Personnel Summit in San Antonio, Aug. 2-6. The annual event brought together civilian personnel specialists from around the force in-person and virtually this year for education and collaboration.

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