Air Force has released 87 airmen for refusing vaccine
Of the Air Force total force — active-duty, National Guard and Reserve members — 95.6% were fully vaccinated as of Tuesday, the service said. Just 0.3% are partially vaccinated.
Dobbins Air Reserve Base generals talk of defending the nation while navigating a pandemic
Despite facing the pandemic and keeping the peace at protests around the country in the summer of 2020, the Georgia National Guard still had several deployments to the Middle East, Georgia, Morocco, South Korea, Brazil and Argentina.
Worsening COVID pushes Wright-Patterson to HPCON Delta
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base moved its health protection condition status to “Delta” from “Charlie” Friday, signifying growing concern with COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations.
Air Force rejects accusation that it lowered standards to ease path for female special operations trainee
The Air Force is pushing back on claims that the service gave preferential treatment to a woman who was vying to become the first female elite special tactics airman after a member of Congress raised concerns.
Air Force judge orders release of texts, emails to Cooley defense team
The general court-martial trial of Air Force Maj. Gen. William Cooley, scheduled to begin at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Monday, has been continued by the military judge until April 18, Air Force Materiel Command said.
Air Force IDs RV fire victim as Alaska-based contracting airman
The Air Force on Thursday identified an airman from Texas as the man whose body was discovered after a fire consumed a recreational vehicle last month in Wasilla, Alaska.
Wright-Patterson commander weighs move to stricter health condition Delta
Eyeing rapidly escalating COVID case numbers around Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the base commander is weighing a move to a stricter health protection condition.
Judge tosses lawsuit from F-35 opponents in Wis., says National Guard environmental review OK
Safe Skies Clean Water sued the National Guard Bureau in December, claiming it failed to study and account for the effects of 27 construction projects being undertaken as the 115th Fighter Wing prepares Truax Field to host the new planes.
Airman and wife make call for help on I-95, and Baltimore bakery rises to the occasion
It was going to be the roadtrip from hell but Casey Holihan and her husband, John Noe, didn’t know that when they left their home in Ellicott City, Md., around 11 a.m. Monday morning. Skipping the trip wasn’t an option. The couple leaves for Germany next week for Noe’s job in the Air Force.
Minnesota National Guard members reflect on last 2 years, from responding to unrest to becoming nursing assistants
From assisting at COVID-19 testing sites to protecting the U.S. Capitol, it's been a busy two years for the Minnesota National Guard.