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  • TRICARE answers questions about baby formula

    The shortage of baby formula is having an impact on millions of families. This includes military families living in the U.S. and overseas. It’s important you know what TRICARE does and doesn’t cover. Here are a few questions and answers about infant formula coverage to help.

  • CSAF Leadership Library: May 2022

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. presents five new additions to the CSAF Leadership Library: National Geographic's "Heroes of the Sky: The Mighty Eighth Air Force," "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World," "Ukraine and Russia: From Civilized Divorce to Uncivil War,"

  • 25th SecAF portrait unveiled during ceremony at Pentagon

    The official portrait of former Secretary of the Air Force Barbara M. Barrett, who also previously served as the U.S. ambassador to Finland, was unveiled in the Pentagon Auditorium, May 13, during a tribute to the stateswomen who led the Department of the Air Force from 2019 to 2021.

  • May enlisted promotions

    The following 433rd Airlift Wing and 960th Cyberspace Wing Airmen earned a promotion in grade.

  • Defense secretary says 2023 budget built on new defense strategy

    The fiscal 2023 defense budget request was built on the bones of the new National Defense Strategy, and the request is adequate for today's military and ensures the military remains strong in the future, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said.

  • Is TRICARE Young Adult right for your child?

    Is your child turning age 21 or graduating from college soon? Though they lose regular TRICARE coverage upon turning age 21 or age 23 if enrolled full time at an approved college, many young-adult children can continue to get medical and pharmacy benefits up until age 26 through TRICARE Young Adult,

  • First female aviator receives Kolligian Trophy

    In April 2020, during a routine training sortie, Bye’s A-10’s gun experienced a catastrophic failure, her canopy was sent soaring through the sky during flight and forced her to decide to either eject or attempt a gear-up “belly” landing.

  • AI-Powered App Aims to Discover Talent in Guard, Reserve

    Members of the Reserve and National Guard are highly skilled across a variety of private-sector industries and have the potential to make substantial contributions to Defense Department missions, a DOD official said. 

  • Womanhood, according to Air Force ladies

    “Every month is women’s history month, because women’s history is American history.” That’s how Col. Joyce Storm, 37th Training Group commander, responded when asked what womanhood meant to her.