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Lawmakers turn up the heat on the VA to explain how it’ll reduce its 125,000 claim backlog
'We have not heard how you intend to ensure sanitation measures, supply PPE to veterans and providers, and manage the growing backlog.'
‘Nothing stood in my way’— Meet the first observant Sikh woman to graduate West Point
"If they are truly passionate about it, if they work hard and if they have that drive to excel, then anybody is capable of doing anything."
The Air Force’s Viper demonstration team definitely goes hard in the paint
10/10 would buy the model kit
Air Force Materiel Command general says 25% of climate surveys report racial slurs and jokes in workplace
“If we remain silent or walk by these problems we will allow them to continue."
More than a quarter of the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s crew contracted COVID-19, Navy says
Of the 4,800 crew members aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, 1,273 sailors contracted novel coronavirus (COVID-19) since the pandemic began earlier this year
Air Force identifies airman found unresponsive in Guam
“Losing a member of our team is one of the most difficult things we face."
Army offers $15K for information on suspected murder of 82nd Airborne soldier
"Spc. Roman-Martinez had a great attitude and the tragedy of his loss is felt by all of us."
Texas-based soldier and family killed in suspected murder-suicide
A Texas-based soldier, his wife, four children and two cats were killed Wednesday night in what police suspect was an intentional carbon-monoxide poisoning
First black nominee for Air Force chief shares his lifelong struggle against racism in a powerful video
I’m thinking … about my own experiences, that didn’t always sing of liberty and equality. I’m thinking about living in two worlds, each with their own perspective and views.”
10 tips on how to talk about race, according to senior Air Force leaders
If you do nothing else as leaders, let’s commit to being really good listeners.
230,000 veterans’ disability ratings are stuck in limbo due to COVID-19
"We must have a plan to keep vets safe but also keep claims moving forward.”
Air Force identifies airmen killed in Grand Forks AFB shooting
“I cannot begin to express the sorrow and pain I feel on behalf of these units and the families affected by this tragedy.”
Airman pronounced dead after being found unresponsive on Guam base
An airman was found unresponsive in their quarters at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam on Wednesday
Family of airman killed in Grand Forks AFB shooting says she was victim of domestic violence
"We’re torn apart by the loss of our daughter to a senseless act of domestic violence."
‘Every American should be outraged’ at police conduct in the death of George Floyd, Air Force’s top officer says
“What happens on America’s streets is also resident in our Air Force ... we will own our part and confront it head on."
VA secretary reverses course on removing Nazi headstones from veteran cemeteries
"It is understandably upsetting to our Veterans and their families to see Nazi inscriptions near those who gave their lives for this nation"
‘This could happen to me’ — The Air Force’s top enlisted airman shares his struggle against racism in the ranks
"You don’t know the anxiety, the despair, the heartache, the fear, the rage that comes with living in this country, OUR country."
Two airmen killed in shooting at Grand Forks Air Force Base
A shooting at Grand Forks Air Force Base on Monday killed two service members with the 319th Reconnaissance Wing
16 West Point cadets test positive for COVID-19 upon returning to campus for Trump’s commencement speech
Of the 16 affected cadets, 14 tested positive for the antibody which indicates they contracted the virus and recovered from it.
The Air Force fight song just became completely gender-neutral
"These new lyrics speak more accurately to all we do, all that we are and all that we strive to be as a profession of arms."
The Air Force is getting blasted by its own service members for trying to cover up institutional racism
“Absolutely no one should be surprised by this."
Here’s how to watch today’s historic SpaceX launch
Former Marine Corps pilot Doug Hurley and Air Force Col. Bob Behnken will become the first NASA astronauts to launch into space from U.S. soil since the last space shuttle launch in 2011.
These stick figure comics will change how you see the Coast Guard
“People in the Coast Guard feel like they didn’t serve, and I don’t want people to not seek treatment because of that.”
A supercut of X-Wings flying into the ‘danger zone’ is the Star Wars tribute we didn’t know we needed
Hyperdrive to the danger zone!