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  • SOCSOUTH welcomes new commander

    Rear Adm. Keith Davids relinquished command to Marine Brig. Gen. Peter Huntley at Special Operations Command South headquarters during a change of command ceremony July 6. Army Gen. Laura Richardson, U.S. Southern Command commander presided over the ceremony.Huntley enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1984

  • 10th Air Force holds annual commanders and command chiefs conference

    The 10th Air Force held their annual commanders and command chiefs management and leadership review in Fort Worth, Texas, June 20-23.During the event, Maj. Gen. Bryan P. Radliff, 10th Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Christopher S. Bluto, 10th Air Force command chief, addressed seniors

  • Exercise Fuerzas Comando 2022 Day 2 Results

    Day two kicked off Tuesday morning, June 14, 2022 at the La Venta shooting range near Tegucigalpa, Honduras. International commandos gathered in the early morning sunlight equipped with their weapon kits and live ammunition to be challenged by three tactical relays called Assaulter Stages. Each of

  • 367th FS receives new commander

    Lt. Col. Dustin Sanders relinquished command of the 367th Fighter Squadron to Lt. Col. Dysart Cleeton during a change of command ceremony here June 14. Col. Mark Massaro, the 495th Fighter Group commander, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, presided over the ceremony.Originally from Nashville,

  • Fuerzas Comando 2022 Kicks Off in Honduras

    Honduras hosts Fuerzas Comando 2022 opening ceremony at Campo Marte, June 13, 2022. Seventeen countries will compete in a Special Operations Forces skills competition to earn the title of the Best Special Forces of the Americas between June 13-23.

  • When finances get personal

    Even if you are living in a cave on a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, you would probably still hear about inflation, the cost of fuel, and the increased difficulty of finding affordable housing. Those topics are on the mind of many right now.One might think it’s a good idea to

  • Air Force Medical Service launches ‘Nutrition Kitchen’ series

    The Nutrition Kitchen’s goal is to inspire healthy meal choices by providing options for service members to make realistic changes to foods they are already eating, while also providing the opportunity to learn the science behind those choices and “level up” their nutrition knowledge.

  • HARB member places second in DAF art contest

    The Air Force Services Center recently announced the winners of this year’s Air Force Art Contest. More than 2,240 pieces of art submitted from over 1,600 participants of all ages who used a variety of media. After the month-long contest closed March 31, a team of judges evaluated each entrant’s

  • Congressmen Gimenez, Bost visit HARB

    Congressional representatives from Illinois and Florida received a mission briefing and base tour from Col. S. James Frickel, 482nd Fighter Wing vice commander, at Homestead Air Reserve Base June 1.Ranking Member of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs, Rep. Mike Bost, of Illinois and Rep. Carlos