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Black History Month -- The Kitchen Table: Reflections on the past, visions for the future
February 3, 2021
U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider (right), 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio command chief, poses for a photo with his wife of 22 years, LaShae, after an interview at JBSA-Randolph Jan. 19. The U.S. Air Force joins the millions of Americans celebrating Black History Month 2021 by honoring the history of African Americans in the military and considering ways to move forward in unity for the future.

A Tale of Two Air Forces: How the Tuskegee Airmen bridged the divide
November 17, 2020
The Tuskegee Airmen's purpose was to join in the fight of attacking Berlin. It was the most extended escort mission of the European Air protecting U.S. bombers from attacking enemy aircraft, including Messerschmitt 262 jet fighters.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month: Foreign affairs specialist provides diverse skill set
October 16, 2020
Andy Smith, far left, applied for a position through Schedule A, a hiring authority which allows federal agencies to hire individuals with disabilities directly into the workforce. Smith, who is wheelchair-bound due to cerebral palsy, now works as a foreign affairs specialist.at the Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron.

Achieving the American Dream: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
October 1, 2020
Tech. Sgt. Genesis Infante is the chief of Basic Military Training Protocol.

Hispanic Heritage Month: IAAFA Airman shares heritage, encourages cultural cooperation
September 18, 2020
Tech. Sgt. Alejandra Avila will celebrate her ninth year in the Air Force Sept. 27, right in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month.