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  • 2022 FEHB open enrollment for eligible civilian employees

    The 2022 Federal Benefits Open Season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Program, and the Federal Flexible Spending Account Program will run Nov. 14 through Dec. 12. During the annual Open Season, eligible employees can enroll, change plans or

  • Get out and vote!

    Remember that November 8 is the general election. For detailed voter information, go to: 2022 General Election. 

  • DAF senior leaders amplify SecDef directives for reproductive health care

    Today, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III announced that the DoD would ensure service members and their families can access reproductive health care within its authority and consistent with applicable federal law, in addition to clear guidance for health care providers to operate effectively.

  • Tenth Air Force Commander and Command Chief Discuss Resiliency

    Maj. Gen. Bryan Radliff, Tenth Air Force Commander and Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Bluto, Tenth Air Force Command Chief, discuss the recent increase in death by suicide and encourage members of Tenth Air Force to look out for their fellow Airmen.

  • New reporting options for sexual harassment victims

    Uniformed Airmen and Guardians who experience sexual harassment now have the option to file a restricted or unrestricted report with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) office to access advocacy services and supportive referrals.

  • HARB declares HPCON Alpha

    In accordance with a public health directive dated October 5, 2022, HARB is placed in Health Protection Condition Alpha.Miami-Dade County continues being considered an area of low community COVID-19 transmission level, as classified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Therefore, as

  • Despite Continuing Resolution, It’s Business as Usual for Reservists

    While the Air Force will be operating under a continuing resolution again for the start of fiscal year 2023, Lt. Gen. John Healy wants Reserve Citizen Airmen to know the CR will not slow down Air Force Reserve Command.“Although we are facing another continuing resolution for at least the first part