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  • Tribal Wings, Embracing Heritage in the Air Force

    In the vast landscapes of Gallup, New Mexico, Darrell Charlee’s journey began, shaped by his Navajo culture. Born into a community deeply rooted in tradition, Charlee, a Tech. Sgt. from the Kirtland Air Force Inspection Agency, found himself straddling the delicate line between his cultural heritage

  • Stepping stones to success - Airman defies cultural norms

    Around the world, the United States is often referred to as a place of opportunity and freedom. For Senior Airman Elsie Anaglate, 435th Supply Chain Operations Squadron funds manager, moving to the U.S. and joining the Air Force allowed her to defy cultural norms towards women and pursue her her

  • Representation Matters: The Life of Lt. Col. Daphne Jackson

    Black History Month is a time to reflect and honor those who have come before us, but also those who are making an impact and marking the stamp in life.The Air Force has always been a melting pot of diversity. Everyone comes from different backgrounds and has different stories. Like every Airman,

  • Command Interview: AF Chief Scientist Dr. Victoria Coleman

    Airman magazine interview with Chief Scientist of the United States Air Force Dr. Victoria Coleman at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. During the interview Dr. Coleman discusses the need to re-establish a sustainable and trusted microelectronics development, manufacturing, testing and supply chain

  • OSI at 75: SECAF Speech at FBI Graduation in 1948

    On June 25, 1948, the featured speaker at the graduation ceremonies of the FBI National Academy was the Honorable W. Stuart Symington, Secretary of the Air Force. One of the topics he spoke about was the upcoming activation of the Office of Special Investigations.

  • Reserve philanthropist develops e-course to help others fly

    When she was a little girl, Capt. Kristin “Nikki” Bodie, 77th Air Refueling Squadron KC-46 pilot at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, used to lay in the grass with her grandmother on their farm in rural Saluda, South Carolina, and watch the fighter jets from nearby Shaw Air Force Base

  • Highlighting Kirtland History at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941

    In commemoration of the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, Kirtland Air Force Base highlights 1Lt. William R. Schick, who served at Kirtland Field, then Albuquerque Army Air Base, from May-December 1941.