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    RDECOM Aviation, Missile Center recruits for diverse talent

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. (Nov. 13, 2018) – The U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command’s Aviation and Missile Center, also known as AMRDEC, is committed to recruiting a diverse and highly skilled corps of scientists and engineers. This year, AMRDEC attended career fairs for the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers and the Hispanic Engineer […] More

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    436th SFS Partners with Worcester K-9 unit

    DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. — Law enforcement K-9 handlers from the Worcester County, Maryland Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit brought two of their eight detection dogs to the 436th Security Forces Squadron military working dog section for an outdoor training session on October 24, 2018. Making the journey from the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland, […] More

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    NRD Houston, Rockets Rebuild Lives, Homes on Veterans Day

    “I came home the day after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, and I just couldn’t believe the damage I saw,” said Erica Mathis an Army veteran and hurricane Harvey victim.Matis was one of millions effected by Hurricane Harvey, a never before seen natural disaster that put the nation’s 4th largest city to its knees.“When I opened […] More

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    Finance: making life easier

    Every single Air Force member must take a trip to finance at least one time in their military career. This can mean unpredictable wait times which can cause inconvenience for many. The 20th Comptroller Squadron finance office has come up with a solution to decrease wait time and get military members and their families processed […] More

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    C-17 Weapons Instructor Course teams up with 535th Airlift Squadron for Indo-Pacific indoctrination

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii—The C-17 Weapons Instructor Course got its first look at the Indo-Pacific region when it flew with the 535th Airlift Squadron for the first time at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, from Oct. 5-8. Students enrolled in the C-17 Weapons Instructor Course, assigned to the 57th Weapons Squadron, normally fly out […] More

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    Little Chute Student Announces Big Decision at Signing Day

    LITTLE CHUTE, Wisc. – Shiloh Bent, a Kaukauna, Wisconsin, native, announced his decision of joining the military at Little Chute High School on Tuesday, October 16th for Signing Day. This day is for students to show off their accomplishments to the rest of the school and inspire them. Bent chose to enlist in the Marine […] More

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    AFRL aids NASA in lofty endeavor

    Ingenuity and collaboration were the keys to success as a group of Air Force Research Laboratory engineers took a series of tests to new heights. At the request of NASA, AFRL rapid-response Systems Support researchers delved into the realm of space to help determine the effects of unintended electrical arcing on astronaut space suits during […] More

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    U.S., Qatari Defense Officials Look to Strengthen Partnership

    WASHINGTON — U.S. and Qatari defense officials charted the future of the partnership during discussions in the Pentagon this morning. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis welcomed Qatari Minister of State for Defense Khalid al-Attiyah to the building, and the two went into meetings designed to make the partnership between the two nations closer. “In Qatar […] More

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