• A Brief History of Fiesta San Antonio

    The origins of the first Fiesta celebration date back to 1891 when a group of women from elite San Antonio society—the Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT)—bedecked themselves and their horse-drawn carriages in flowers.

  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month

    An American is sexually assaulted every 68 seconds according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network. DLA's SAPR program manager attributes lower rates throughout the agency to prevention efforts.

  • Partnering to protect DoD kids

    Innovative e-learning designed to actively engage high school military-connected students in how to be aware of the signs and risks of human trafficking.

  • Spread the gift of running to those who serve

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Anyone who wishes to give to the military can gift a paid entry fee to any junior active-duty, Reserve and Guard enlisted member for the 26th Annual Air Force Marathon.Gift registrations are available for the half and full marathons. All military members (E-1

  • How to prevent, treat traumatic brain injuries

    According to the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence, nearly half a million service members have been diagnosed with a first-time traumatic brain injury, or TBI, since 2000.

  • Air Force Assistance Fund: Airmen taking care of our own

    The annual Air Force Assistance Fund, or AFAF, campaign kicked off recently, providing an opportunity to help fellow Airmen/Guardians when they need it most. The AFAF campaign supports four charities that are dedicated to caring for Airmen from induction through retirement and beyond.

  • DAF recognizes Transgender Day of Visibility

    President Joe Biden issued the first presidential proclamation in 2021, officially recognizing Transgender Day of Visibility as an international awareness day dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and victories of transgender and gender nonconforming people.

  • Air Force Reserve Council gets to work at AFA symposium

    The Air Force Reserve Council hosted its first in-person meeting in two years during the Air Force Association Warfighting Symposium here March 2.The council, made up of Reserve Citizen Airmen representing all statuses and ranks, is charged with identifying quality-of-life issues that affect