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In the race to master and harness advanced technology, the #AirForce  is making strides within quantum research, bringing “Q-Day” to fruition sooner. @Team_AFRL  is leading the way into the quantum frontier.

Honor them On Memorial Day, we remember the service members who died while serving in the U.S. military. May they rest in peace. What are you doing today to honor them? #HonorThem  #MemorialDay 

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The day that changed everything. June 6, 1944 It’s been 77 years since 160,000 Allied troops landed along the 50-mile stretch of French coastline to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of #Normandy . We remember. #DDay  #WWII 

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“We are working to modernize Joint Mission Planning System with a service-oriented architecture that will increase speed, automation, and improve user experience.” - Emily Coppin, Airspace Mission Planning Division program manager @HQ_AFMC 

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The Hungarian #AirForce  co-hosted European Partnership Flight 2021 with @HQUSAFEPA . Air Forces from across the European theater brought their expertise & perspectives concerning the rapid deployment of aircraft.

Invisible wounds are just as real and serious as visible wounds. Be a wingman, refer those in need to . Read more at #PTSDAwarenessMonth 

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Today is PTSD Awareness Day. Not all wounds are visible, still they are just as serious. These resources are available 24/7: PTSD Foundation of America: 877-717-7873 National Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255

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USHappy Independence Day! 🎆 Today we celebrate 245 years of independence and heritage!

Frank Kendall was sworn in as the 26th Secretary of the Air Force! As the department's highest-ranking civilian leader, Secretary Kendall is charged with leading nearly 700,000 Airmen and @AFSpace  Guardians. Learn more here:

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"If you can't treat someone with dignity and respect--then you need to get out."-Lt. Gen. Jay B. Silveria, Superintendent

On July 4, 1776, 56 men signed a document declaring their views and beliefs on how people should be governed. It was the day singled out to mark the event of the United States establishing itself as a nation -- what became our Independence Day.

Congratulations to Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee’s promotion to Brigadier General.

Gen. Charles Q. Brown has been confirmed as the 22nd U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff.

Today, we honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. #MemorialDay 

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