Two weeks after the Air Force announced it will expand Air Education and Training Command (AETC) and rename it Airman Development Command, the service says it is in the process of working out what that transition will look like.
The Air Force plan to bring back warrant officers will be limited to Airmen in the information technology and cyber career fields for the foreseeable future as the service evaluates the outcomes of the effort, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David W. Allvin said ...
The Air Force is reimplementing a program to bring back officers and enlisted Airmen in an effort to stem an ongoing staff shortage in a wide range of career fields.
A purported Air Force planning document circulating on social media suggests the service is considering bringing back warrant officers, but a spokesperson declined to confirm the document’s veracity.
A new program at rural Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. brings in medical specialists who can’t be found nearby. Since the “Circuit Rider” program stood up in October, specialists have come in from as far as Alaska to spare Airmen and their families long trips ...
Air University formed a task force last month to address the lengthy delays in processing official transcripts and graduations from the Community College of the Air Force.
As the Air Force Recruiting Service works to increase its presence in new parts of the country, the general in charge wants to make sure recruiters working far from military medical facilities have access to health care.
The 70th Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing is teaching some of its Arabic- and Pashto-speaking Airmen how to speak Chinese as part of preparations for possible conflict in the Pacific.
The unpredictable nature of Congress means the possibility of a personnel funding shortfall can never be eliminated, but the Air Force can take steps to reduce the likelihood of one occurring and provide better guidance to affected Airmen.
The Department of the Air Force is still working on a first-of-its-kind suicide analysis that is meant to help the service refine its prevention and response efforts. Originally due in the spring, the Standardized Suicide Fatality Analysis report is taking longer than expected because this ...
The Air Force is set to start digitizing its weighted Airman promotion system (WAPS) in February 2024, in time for the technical sergeant promotion cycle. The old paper-and-pencil method has proved a headache for Airmen and administrators.
The Air Force lifted its maximum age limit from 39 to 42, the latest effort to expand the talent pool amidst a recruiting shortage.