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Air Force to Reduce Non-Mission Related Training Courses

The U.S. Air Force plans to eliminate training courses it believes are not related to uniformed personnel primary missions in efforts to optimize capacities to accomplish core duties. The service branch said Monday a task force reviewed 42 training courses that are not part of an airman’s primary job and the Air Force looks …

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Gen. John Raymond Becomes Air Force Space Command Chief

Gen. John Raymond, former deputy chief of staff for operations at the U.S. Air Force, has succeeded Gen. John Hyten as leader of Air Force Space Command during a ceremony held Tuesday at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein presided over the ceremony and commended …

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Gen. David Goldfein Outlines Top Three Goals for US Air Force

Gen. David Goldfein, the new U.S. Air Force chief of staff, has highlighted command and control, joint leaders development and squadron composition review as his top three objectives at the military’s air component, Air Force Times reported Monday. Valerie Insinna writes the Air Force’s new top general is also set …

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Reports: Gen. Hawk Carlisle Eyes IOC for F-35A Within August-December Window

The U.S. Air Force could determine an approval for initial operating capability of the service branch’s Lockheed Martin-built F-35A aircraft within the August-to-December window, Breaking Defense reported Thursday. Colin Clark writes Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, has said he does not see a yellow flag or red flag in the program and noted that …

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Gen. David Goldfein Assumes Top Air Force Uniformed Post

The Defense Department officially sworn in Gen. David Goldfein as the 21st chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force during a ceremony held Friday at the Pentagon. He is responsible for overseeing the service branch’s efforts to fully train and equip nearly 660,000 active-duty, civilian and reserve personnel, the Air Force said Friday. …

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