Personnel

President Donald J. Trump has nominated Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark to be the next U.S. Air Force Academy superintendent. If confirmed, Clark will replace Lt. Gen. Jay B. Silveria, who graduated from the Academy in 1985 and has led the school since August 2017. ...
Black Airmen are wrestling with their own reality in an Air Force that still suffers from its own racial blind spots and systemic discrimination, as civil unrest sweeps the nation following the May death of George Floyd. A dozen Black Airmen—including current and former officers, ...
A veterans support group is planning a 22-mile march near Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, to raise awareness on the number of veterans who kill themselves. Veteran Internships Providing Employment Readiness, or VIPER, works to reduce veteran suicide by ensuring job placement and training before a ...
A new division within the Air Force Personnel Center will provide better, more streamlined customer service to the families the Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program serves. “Your voices were heard,” said Kimberly Schuler, who heads up humanitarian, Exceptional Family Member Program, and expedited transfer ...