USAF Looks to Small Businesses for Some F-22 Upgrades

The Air Force Research Laboratory is looking for small businesses to help upgrade the F-22 Raptor. The stealth jet would get new helmet-mounted weapon cuing systems, artificial intelligence systems to help plot optimum intercepts and drive escort drones, and predictive maintenance gear, among a list ...

Air Force Needs Data to Address German Tax Issue, Bass Says

Airmen, joint service members, and civilians stationed in Germany have complained for months that local officials have sought to tax their pay or collect penalties, sometimes for amounts in the tens of thousands of dollars. Now, in order to effectively advocate, the Air Force needs ...

Biden Turns to Military to Fill COVID-19 Medical Gap

Present Joe Biden has again turned to the military to fill staffing shortages and to help hospitals surge medical staffs as the omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to strain hospitals nationwide. Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III and FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell joined Biden on ...

Airmen, Guardians Now Allowed to Include Pronouns in Signature Block

Airmen and Guardians are now allowed to include their pronouns in the signature block of emails, memoranda, letters, and papers. The inclusion of pronouns, such as he/him, she/her, and they/them, in signature blocks has become an increasingly common practice in the business world and helps ...

US Imposes Sanctions in Response to North Korean Missile Tests

The Biden Administration has economically sanctioned five individual North Koreans, a Russian national, and a Russian company in response to six missile tests conducted by Pyongyang since September, which the Administration says violate U.N. Security Council resolutions. The sanctions, which follow a Jan. 11 hypersonic ...