North Korea Announces Nuclear Reactor Restart

While the communist North Korean regime has engaged in a string of bellicose statements of late, US officials have taken pains to point out the divergence of its rhetoric from its actions. On Tuesday, however, KCNA, the official North Korean...

North Korean Threats and Nuclear Renewal

Experts who follow North Korea’s secretive nuclear activity said the country’s decision to restart a dormant nuclear reactor is part of long-term trend to increase the potency of its nuclear deterrent in order to exact concessions from South Korea and...

Space Command Restructures Innovation Center

Air Force Space Command has restructured its Space Innovation and Development Center at Schriever AFB, Colo., and realigned its subordinate organizations. Effective April 1, the SIDC structure moved under Air Combat Command’s Air Force Warfare Center, which is located at...

C-145As Leave Cannon

The last two C-145As assigned to the 318th Special Operations Squadron at Cannon AFB, N.M., flew to their new home with the 6th SOS at Duke Field, Fla., announced Cannon officials. The special operations transports left Cannon for good on...

Office of Special Investigations Commander Honored

Members of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations’ enlisted corps nominated their commander, Brig. Gen. Kevin Jacobsen, for induction into the Order of the Sword, according to an office release. “In his 32 years of service, from his time...

Pentagon Updates Policy on Sexual Assault

The Defense Department updated its policy on sexual assault prevention and response to improve the safety of sexual assault victims, standardize victim assistance services, and enhance prevention efforts. “When a victim tells us that they have been sexually assaulted, we...

Solar Farm Eyed for Robins

Robins AFB, Ga., could host a solar energy farm to help meet the base’s energy needs, announced base officials. The Air Force is offering 57 acres on the southwest side of the base as a potential site for a commercial...

Disabled Veterans Gather for Sports Clinic

Nearly 400 disabled veterans gathered in Snowmass Village, Colo., for the 27th-annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. Co-sponsored by the Veterans Affairs Department and the Disabled American Veterans, the six-day clinic is the world’s largest and longest running disabled...