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Airmen are convinced their top general just called out subordinates in a service-wide letter
“This has 552 written all over it."
Neither of the top Air Force general’s two favorite military movies are about the Air Force
Can you blame him?
New Air Force recruiting pitch: It doesn’t matter what you look like, just that you can kick enemy ass
“You don’t know who I am—whether I’m African American, Asian American, Hispanic, White, male or female. You just know I’m an American airman, kicking your butt.”
The Air Force is coming for your raunchy patches and coins
"We must ensure all our Airmen and Guardians are valued and respected.”
Behold the glory of the Air Force chief’s very own BBQ brisket recipe
“Being a native Texan, my favorite barbeque is obviously Texas brisket, cooked low and slow"
98 airmen have died by suicide so far in 2020, Air Force chief says
“The stressors that we have are much different than the stressors we had last year"
Air Force still ‘struggling’ to stop two-year suicide crisis, top general says
“I’ll be honest with you, collectively we’re struggling with how to deal with this.”
Gen. CQ Brown confirmed as Air Force chief of staff, marking the first black service chief in US history
"The historic nature of the first African American service chief should not go overlooked. This is a positive step forward for our military and country.”
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.”
Air Force general nominated to become the service’s first African-American chief of staff
Widely known as 'CQ,' Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. is an F-16 pilot who has racked up more than 2,900 flying hours – including 130 combat hours.