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The Air Force asked service members for feedback on racial injustice. The response was overwhelming
When the U.S. Air Force introduced a new survey earlier this month that asked airmen to describe racial injustice or bias they'd witnessed or experienced during their careers, leaders figured they'd get a lot of feedback — but they didn't expect that thousands would come forward with stories
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.
‘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."
‘That place is a dumpster fire’ — Inside the Air Force’s dilapidated Reaper school, which won’t be fixed anytime soon
"They have a massive workload in a condemned building and instruction quality suffers because they are exhausted.”
‘There are profound problems with the system’ — the Air Force’s desperately-needed tanker replacement is still years away
The Boeing KC-46 Pegasus is designed to replace the aging KC-135 Stratotanker, but a problem with the new plane’s design will prevent it from doing so until 2023 or 2024.
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.
The Air Force is modifying its song to be more inclusive of women
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein updated the lyrics of the official Air Force song on Thursday to recognize the service and achievements of female airmen.
The Air Force is using Uber-like technology to more efficiently vaporize bad guys
"You can see the driver, the license plate, you can watch that person coming towards you. You start thinking about that application militarily … it's exciting."
Air Force chief orders stand down to combat rising number of suicides
"Someone in your organization is feeling hopeless and they may be thinking that suicide is the answer. Given them better options. Let's lead them to a better answer'
Trump just signed a prime directive on the Space Force. Now it’s up to Congress to make it so
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What Happens When Military Leaders Call For Dissent? Considering McRaven And Goldfein
Retired Adm. William McRaven, a career SEAL and a former JSOC commander, followed the stripping of a security clearance of...
Air Force Boss Reunites With Commissary Bagger, The Man Who First Taught Him About Leadership
Clarence “Charlie” Searchwell has worked with countless military kids who were looking to earn a few bucks bagging groceries at...