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  • Diversity brings strength to Total Force

    Diversity brings strength to Total ForceBy Maj. Darin J. DurandEqual Opportunity Program DirectorBeginning Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, 2012, Department of Defense components worldwide are encouraged to recognize the many contributions of Hispanic Americans to the nation by supporting appropriate

  • His Weekends are for the Dogs

    Most Reservists spend their non-UTA weekends relaxing, catching up on chores around the house, shopping, or finding a million other ways to enjoy their time off. Not Tech. Sgt. Jesse Tames of the 310th Security Forces Squadron. He acts as a behavioral consultant to law enforcement agencies

  • First Reserve space control squadron protects satellite links

    A recent edition of the Air Force Times cited Central Command's increasing demand for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, such as the Predator and Global Hawk, to maintain operations tempo in its area of responsibility. Increasing patrol orbits will require more than just