The Air Force’s dress and appearance standards website is now fully operational and ready to help airmen with their uniform questions. The site is accessible via Air Force Personnel Center’s public website (left column under “featured programs”). It’s designed for ease of use. “It has both pictures and word descriptions of everything,” said Capt. Meghan Liemburg-Archer, Air Combat Command force management officer at Langley AFB, Va. She continued, “So you can click if you have a question specifically on [physical training] wear, or you can type in ‘PT uniform,’ and it will show you a picture for both genders.” The website also has a frequently asked questions page. Personnel officials will keep the site up to date. “The website is going to be your most accurate resource,” said Liemburg-Archer. The website debuted last July. (Langley report by SrA. Jason Shamberger)
In a nighttime ceremony contrived to continue concealment of many of its features, the new B-21 bomber rolled out of Northrop Grumman's Palmdale, Calif. plant Dec. 2. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the aircraft's advanced technology represents "deterrence, the American way."