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David Goldfein: USAF Takes Action to Continue Operations Amid COVID-19

Gen. David L. Goldfein, U.S. Air Force chief of staff, said the service branch has been working to improve the protection of airmen against the COVID-19 outbreak. Speaking virtually with the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, he said USAF has made practice adjustments to address the pandemic's effects on readiness and ensure the required work continues, the service branch said Wednesday.

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Jason Rossi Talks USAF Efforts to Continue Nuclear Triad Operations Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Lt. Col. Jason Rossi, commander of the U.S. Air Force’s 595th Strategic Communications Squadron, has said that the unit was “swift in providing direction and guidance” to ensure continued nuclear command-and-control operations amid a pandemic.

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Air Force C-37B Airlifter Delivery Ahead of Schedule

The U.S. Air Force's 89th Airlift Wing accepted delivery of a new twin-engine turbofan aircraft Wednesday at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland from the AF Life Cycle Management Center one week ahead of time. AFLCMC said Friday its presidential and executive airlift division delivered the C-37B plane, which is built to transport high-ranking U.S. government and defense officials, one week ahead of time.

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