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  • Combating the negative effects of COVID-19 on Mental Health

    Social distancing, quarantine, and self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic have drastically changed the way of life for many military service members and their families. Right now, staying home and keeping a safe social distance from family and friends is an essential part of limiting the spread of the coronavirus. While it is important to
  • Air Force releases guidance on use of cloth face covers

    To the extent practical, without significantly impacting mission, all individuals on Department of the Air Force property, installations and facilities are required to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance in public areas or work centers.
  • DISA renews anti-virus software license agreement helping teleworkers keep machines safe at home

    Recognizing a need, DISA and the DoD have renewed their anti-virus home use programs.
  • Protecting our People

    Airman Jaylin Borsh-Thomas, 22nd Security Forces Squadron entry controller, scans a common access card March 18, 2020, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas. As part of Team McConnell’s efforts to ensure the safety and health of its members, new guidelines have been implemented base-wide to promote health protection of its members. Touch-free ID
  • Fitness Testing During COVID-19

    Fitness Testing will resume on 1 June 2020 unless further guidance is published.
  • Telework options and guidelines for the Air Force Reserve civilians

    As COVID-19 response and mitigation drives work force decisions, Air Force Reserve leadership is getting information out as quickly as possible to its supervisors and employees on civilian telework guidance. Telework is an option commanders may consider when making work force decisions in the current emerging environment. This article serves solely as a resource when considering telework, should the need arise.
  • COVID-19 message from Lt. Gen. Scobee

    Heroes,Our guidance surrounding COVID-19 is consistently evolving, which means providing precise and detailed planning is difficult. Yet we must prioritize communicating across the command and throughout the Air Force. My number one priority is to take care of Airmen and their families while allowing commanders to command. AFRC will provide Wing
  • KANZA Warriors participate in readiness exercise

    Airman 1st Class Tyler Beck, 931st Operations Support Squadron combat crew communications journeyman, inspects his Mission Oriented Protective Posture gear during an annual readiness assessment March 8, 2020, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. The Assessment provides Airmen with the training they need in order to carry out mission requirements with
  • Chow time!

    Chief Master. Sgt. Takesha Williams, 931st Air Refueling Wing Command Chief, and Col. Phil Heseltine, 931 ARW commander, serve food to Team McConnell Airmen at the Chisholm Trail Dining Facility. The dining facility, which finished a renovation in 2018, features free Wi-Fi and a variety of food options for anyone with base access. (Tech. Sgt.
  • 2020 AFAF campaign kicks off

    The 2020 Air Force Assistance Fund has begun and will run from March 2-April 10. The Air Force Assistance Fund (AFAF) specifically benefits all Air Force Members and their families, whether they are Reservists, Guardsmen, or Active Duty personnel. The goal is 100 percent contact to all 931st Air Refueling Wing members to reach maximum