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  • New job, new colors for new chaplain

    After five years of playing trumpet for the 62nd Army Band, Keith Saare decided it was time for a change. So he traded in his trumpet for a Bible and asked to go from Army green to Air Force blue. "The Air Force has a reputation all across the different services as being the most professional and treating families the best," Chaplain (1st Lt.)
  • Newcomers welcomed during September UTA

    The following Airmen joined the 931st Air Refueling Group during the September Unit Training Assembly: Chaplain (1st Lt.) Keith SaareHeadquarters StaffTech. Sgt. Bryan Pryor931st Aerospace Medicine FlightSenior Airman Danielle Crone931st Aerospace Medicine Flight
  • Family-Support Program Expands; DoD, YMCA Strengthen Partnership

    In two Defense Department-led initiatives today, a military-family support program launched its nationwide expansion, and the Armed Services YMCA introduced a new offering to families whose loved one is deployed. The Joint Family Support Assistance Program -- which helps families with financial and material support, coordinates counseling, and
  • Donley, Schwartz send birthday message

    In a joint Letter to Airmen, the acting secretary of the Air Force and the Air Force chief of staff present the 61st Air Force birthday message for all Airmen. "On Sept. 18, 1947, our nation established the United States Air Force, signifying the commitment of the American people to leverage the most precise and reliable technology available for
  • Air Force develops plan for filling unmanned aircraft system positions

    The Air Force is taking a two-pronged approach to address the increasing need for pilots of unmanned aircraft systems in Afghanistan and Iraq, an Air Force official said recently. The first approach will use a small percentage of Undergraduate Pilot Training graduates for the short term. The second will examine the potential for a distinct career