Monkeypox declared public health emergency: What Airmen, Guardians need to know
With more than 4,000 monkeypox cases in the U.S., Airmen and Guardians should know the risks and how to stay safe.
Gun safes excluded from household goods weight allowance
As the number of accidental child injuries and deaths continue to rise, more and more incidents are attributed to unsecured, loaded guns. Defense leaders are confident this update will help improve overall gun safety in homes, while also helping to dec…
Air Mobility Command reopens Space-Available travel
As of April 22, all restrictions on space-available (Space-A) travel have been lifted.
Family member travel screenings now automated for Airmen, Guardians
As of Aug. 30, Department of the Air Force members with dependents selected for an assignment will receive an email and a myVector notification to complete the mandatory screening questionnaire electronically; paper copies of the AF Form 4380, Air Forc…
Unanimous Supreme Court ruling boosts Air Force’s effort to combat sexual assault
In a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has reinstated rape convictions against three men in the Air Force.
Department of the Air Force to conduct focus groups on interpersonal violence
The focus groups are scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 26 and consist of interpersonal violence survey participants who volunteered to take part in small-group discussions.
Department of the Air Force stands up Task Force to combat interpersonal violence
Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett appointed Brig. Gen. April Vogel, the director for manpower, personnel, recruiting and services at the National Guard Bureau, to lead the task force, which will support members of the Air Force and Space Force…
Air Force promotes home safety, offers free firearm cable locks
The Department of the Air Force is contributing to home safety by offering free cable locks for personally-owned firearms, which are a first line of defense for safe storage and unintentional use.
Masters-at-Arms: Protecting the Fleet
By Master Chief Master-at-Arms Melissa Old It’s been a difficult few weeks for the U.S. Navy family. We have lost three young Sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola, another at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story and two civilians at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. The question has been asked: What is the Navy doing to …
AFGSC orders B-1B safety stand-down
The commander of Air Force Global Strike Command ordered a safety stand-down of the B-1B Lancer fleet March 28.